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Feds should help N.Y. protect Adirondacks, other state parks

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Feds should help N.Y. protect Adirondacks, other state parks More than 7 million people will visit the Adirondacks this year, but sadly, without needed federal support these mountains may not be prepared for such crowds. Visitors may see a park that isn’t as pristine as in the past, and development may continue along its borders. The current Congress could bring renewed hope for these majestic mountains — with their beloved lakes, pristine trails and popular ...

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wmarincic
April 12, 2013
7:48 a.m.

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Maryann Ruege, Exactly.

deeder
April 12, 2013
10:07 a.m.

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In regards to BH-BL full-time kindergarten and tax hike: first of all, as long as there is a raise in salary and health insurance costs taxes will rise. Full day kindergarten or not, your taxes will go up, the question should be how much will they go up and then look into what they base the hike on. We are dreaming if we think there will ever be a year with no tax hike! Why do we except decisions from businesses/companies (National Grid, Time Warner Cable, groceries, or any of the products we need/want), when they raise prices for the purpose of making a better profit, yet we question our schools when there is a tax hike. Again, the question should be how much and where is it going or rather what it is being used for because it certainly is not being used for a profit!!!

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