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Judge says Hudson River rafter can resume trips with a bond

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A whitewater rafting company forced to halt tours after a customer drowned last year can resume guided trips in the Adirondacks with some restrictions, a judge ruled. Judge Richard Giardino ordered Hudson River Rafting Co. of North Creek to pay $12,000 in civil penalties for 10 documented instances where employees were ticketed for guiding rafts or driving shuttle buses without appropriate licenses. In a ruling handed down last week, Giardino also ordered the company to ...

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