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Our February 14 issue

Insurance & Investing issue | Garrow’s niece was executed for murder. Getting a handle on Brian Bronzino. Trump honoree at State of Union was a Holocaust WW2 rescuee on Magdeburg train, Rozell book topic. GF Hospital now ‘Stroke Center,’ patients can be helicoptered in. Bartholomew
makes the case for PILOT deals with developers. Adk. Trust will close Maple St. branch when they open near Exit 18. Concerts, comedy, shows… The

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Our February 7 issue

Valentine’s Day issue | Winter Carnival revs up! 2 takes on the Garrow movie. The ‘Y’ and Open Arms. Strand sets bluegrass concert in honor of mainstay Art Norton for his 94th birthday. GF Mayor Hall: ‘Something must be done’ re: tax-exempt City properties. Kelsey Dodd, 11, wowed Thunder crowd with National Anthem. NYS boys’ hoops tourney back in Glens Falls in 2020-22. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has

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Elizabeth Miller, for $500,000, buys 15 Park, across from her Park Theater

Chronicle News Editor Gordon Woodworth writes:

Elizabeth Miller has paid $500,000 to purchase the three-story, 15,000 square-foot building at 15-25 Park Street. It’s across the street from Mrs. Miller’s Park Theater and Doc’s Restaurant.

She bought it from Halcyon Properties, Inc., which is owned by members of the Lebowitz family.

The building is assessed at $228,000.

Why the buy? Mrs. Miller said, “I don’t have any parking” at the Park …

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Travis Whitehead to challenge John Strough for Qby. Town Supervisor

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Travis Whitehead, the retired electrical engineer and government watchdog, declared his candidacy for Queensbury Town Supervisor.

“I am seeking the Republican and Independence Party lines, and will probably also seek the Conservative Party line,” Mr. Whitehead, 65, told The Chronicle.

Incumbent Democrat John Strough confirmed via email that he seek another two-year term. Asked his reaction to Mr. Whitehead’s announcement, Mr. Strough wrote, “OK” …

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Who’s squeezed most by tax-exempt property in their town?

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

At the end of the Jan. 16th Warren County Board of Supervisors workshop on sales tax distribution, Warrensburg Supervisor Kevin Geraghty said his town budget is stressed partly because of its $20-million in tax-exempt property — from the county fish hatchery and DPW facilities to the Countryside Adult Home and Hudson Headwaters’ $11-million health center.

Glens Falls Ward 3 supervisor Claudia Braymer replied that …

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