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Officials fight for the future of Lake George

Decade of growth threatening ‘pristine’ water quality

Eric Siy, executive director of the Fund For Lake George, looks out over the lake from aboard the Mintaka.
Eric Siy, executive director of the Fund For Lake George, looks out over the lake from aboard the Mintaka.
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Lake George’s beautiful clear water has made it New York’s crown jewel, and people such as Robert Blais and Dennis Dickinson are doing all they can to keep it that way. Blais, the mayor of the village of Lake George, and Dickinson, supervisor for the town of Lake George, are among the many residents and tourists concerned about the future of the lake, which in 1791 drew this praise from Thomas Jefferson: “Lake George is ...


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