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A $119K boost for Saratoga-Washington visitors' center

An artist's rendering pictures the proposed Saratoga-Washington Gateway Visitors Center in Schuylerville.
An artist's rendering pictures the proposed Saratoga-Washington Gateway Visitors Center in Schuylerville.
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The Capital Region Economic Development Council has awarded a $191,000 grant toward a new regional visitor center geared to promoting the history and scenic beauty of Saratoga and Washington counties. The new visitors’ center will be built on the site of the old Saratoga Town Hall on Route 29, not far from the Hudson River, which separates the two counties. The visitors center will also be the headquarters of the Historic Saratoga-Washington on the Hudson ...


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