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Cutbacks invisible to Saratoga Historical Park visitors

Tours, events go on at famed battleground

William Sawyer leads visitors to Saratoga National Historical Park during an encampment on Saturday. Events continue today at the park.
William Sawyer leads visitors to Saratoga National Historical Park during an encampment on Saturday. Events continue today at the park.
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Maintenance projects and new initiatives have been put on hold at Saratoga National Historical Park because of federal budget cuts over the past two years. But the 3,336-acre national park, where the Battles of Saratoga were fought in 1777, has been able to retain its educational programs and staff despite funding cuts of at least 5 percent. Joseph Finan, superintendent, said the park’s primary focus is the visitor. “We want to have minimal impact on ...

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