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Posted on September 7 at 4:16 a.m. (Suggest removal)

My name is Joseph J. DiDonna Sr. Co owner of South Shore Marina and property owner on Saratoga Lake. I love our lake. I VOTE NO So should everyone else.


From: Saratoga Lake marina owners object to fee idea


Posted on September 7 at 4:13 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Another LAW(s)another TAX(s). That is what your new purposal for boat fees and dock fees is. Another TAX. Now you need people to collect fees go out and measure boats, docks. RIGHT OF WAYS If you could of or do have. There is nothing wrong with the present way the State of New York collect motor vehicle BOATS AND TRAILERS fees. Now another fee. How about we have a fee for each person who sit in a dental chair or buys a loaf of bread or gallon of gass. Drop this purposal we have enough law and regulations already. VOTE NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. It's everyones lake. As a property owner and Marina owner on Saratoga Lake it is not in the best interest of us to put more restrictions and taxes or fees on us. We pay $.50 a thousand on our taxes assesment now. DROP THIS CRAZY IDEA. VOTE NO now for


From: Saratoga Lake marina owners object to fee idea


Posted on February 27 at 4:07 a.m. (Suggest removal)

What about Patti Russo?


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Posted on September 28 at 4:22 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Post a picture of the "Person Of Interest" wanted for not showing up in court when they were give a notice to do so. Get them off the streets and let them do the time for the crimes they committed. The public will round up half of these "People of Interest" use the TV and/or the Newspaper to post there mugs.


From: Schenectady police warrant pile is growing


Posted on September 9 at 7:44 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Congraulation.
Great job. Give credit where credit is due. We locals are PROUD of you.


From: Pride of Schenectady: Queen of Speed


Posted on August 31 at 12:26 a.m. (Suggest removal)

The Crew at South Shore Marina on Saratoga Lake. Save over 100 boats from getting damaged by there quick thinking and there help in getting them on dry land. What a smooth operation. Thanks Pat Howe, John Best Jr. & Sr., Tony D., Joe D., Mark and Tony L. Now get the seaweed cleand up and LETS GO BOATING


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Posted on July 12 at 7:40 a.m. (Suggest removal)

People that need assistance, and get $$$$$$ from the tax payers should not smoke. The money they get are for living expenses. Smoking is not a living expense. It's a cause why they might need the assistance.
Put a camera outside of these buildings and fine these people (both employees, visitors and clients) that can't put there butts where they belong.
They need assistance to live. Help them, smoking is not something they can afford.


From: Smoking ban at entrances to Saratoga County offices hits snag


Posted on July 11 at 2:52 a.m. (Suggest removal)

TAXES, INSURANCE. The people who OWN the lot are doing the right thing. It's all about business. If the owners of the other stores don't like the idea of there customers paying to park. Maybe they shouldn't charge there customers. Then they will see how long they will be in business.
Go Hunt


From: Owner charging to park in formerly free lot in Saratoga Springs


Posted on June 14 at 3:25 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Take the council members land instead and see if they vote yes. That is not what eminent domain was put into LAW for, Screw the developer. Or pay the family twice the appraised price. NOW THAT's fair. People VOTE THESE NUTS OUT OF OFFICE. The good of the developer. BULL! VOTE THEM OUTTTTTTTTTTTTT.


From: Schenectady City Council votes to use eminent domain


Posted on May 27 at 2:50 a.m. (Suggest removal)

The launch site at South Shore Marina on the South end of Saratoga Lake is one of the best launch ramps in NY. It is open 24/7. There is a picnic area open to the public for $5 week days and $7 week-ends. Clean rest rooms and plenty of parking.There is also boat rental and camping sites.


From: Fishing Forecast: Boaters are catching plenty of bass on Saratoga Lake


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