Tuesday, October 3, 2023

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Eric Unkauf’s Shirt Factory ‘Muralgarten’ sets 3-week ‘Mural-thon

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: Eric Unkauf is preparing for the next stage of the Muralgarten attraction at his Shirt Factory Complex in Glens Falls.

Plans are underway now, pending Glens Falls Planning Board Approval, for a “Mural-thon,” from July 20 to August 10, with six artists painting murals on the sides of converted shipping containers placed around the Shirt Factory campus over the three-week period.

The artists are …

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Moreau sells land to Twin Bridges; Casella buys Twin Bridges; Biochar link? Claim, denial

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

The Saratoga Biochar controversy in Moreau gained still more heat last week.

The Moreau Town Board approved selling three parcels in its industrial park to Scott Earl, owner of Twin Bridges, “to be operated by Twin Bridges Waste & Recycling and affiliates.”

The price was “$725,000.00, almost 30% over the appraised value,” said town minutes.

Just days later, Vermont-based Casella Waste announced it will …

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Warren County eatery managers learned ‘ServSafe’ food practices

By Hannah Hughes, Chronicle Summer Staff

Employees of Six Flags, The Queensbury Hotel and other Warren county establishments gathered at Adirondack Pub and Brewery on Wednesday, June 21, for the ServSafe® Managers class.

It was offered free by the Lake George Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau.

“The ServSafe® program is dedicated to providing food safety training, exams, and educational materials for food service managers,” said the press release.

The class …

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So many Independence Day events, and fireworks everywhere, beginning today, June 29, and continuing to the 4th of July — and beyond! Here are some of the “biggies.”

Queensbury: Dusk at West Mountain, after Music at the Mountain Festival, family activities, more. $25, $20 youth, $15 child, under 6 free. Tix: westmountain.com.

Fireworks over Sandy Bay, private show at 9:45 p.m. Honoring Tommy Hans, Skipper Moynihan and …

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Saratoga Biochar prevails over Article 78 petition

Chronicle Staff Writer Zander Frost writes:

New York State Supreme Court Judge Richard A. Kupferman in Ballston Spa ruled Tuesday for Saratoga Biochar in the Article 78 Petition filed by the Clear Air Action Network of Glens Falls.

The suit challenged the Moreau Planning Board’s approval of the proposed plant in the town industrial park to convert solid waste into fertilizer.

The petition, which also named Saratoga Biochar CEO Ray …

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