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Officials mark comeback year for the region’s state parks

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The mood was light as members of the Saratoga-Capital District Region of the state Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Commission gathered at Schoharie Crossing on Thursday afternoon. The sun was out and the doors flung open to let in the crisp fall air during the meeting, but it wasn’t just the weather that had everyone cheery. It’s been a good year for the region. According to Assistant Regional Director Bob Kuhn, parks and historical site ...


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view2des
September 21, 2012
8:25 a.m.

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The Capitol region has a wealth of recreational and historic resources..nice to know that people are out and enjoying them. Thanks to governor for recognizing their importance,

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