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Plan to let nonprofits use Glenville cabin on hold

‘I just didn’t expect  to have any trouble’

Fred Ogle purchased the long-vacant Explorer Post 38 cabin at 651 Saratoga Road in 2012 and renovated it with the intention of letting non-profit groups use it for free.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Fred Ogle purchased the long-vacant Explorer Post 38 cabin at 651 Saratoga Road in 2012 and renovated it with the intention of letting non-profit groups use it for free.
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The newly renovated Explorer Post 38 cabin at 651 Saratoga Road looks abandoned again. It’s socked in with snow and there’s a sandwich board out front that reads: “Here sits a little old cabin, all fixed up but can’t be used.” Last summer, that same board advertised the quaint, rustic property as a free place for nonprofit organizations to meet, but unmet building code requirements have stopped that from happening. Clifton Park resident Fred Ogle ...


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