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Finch Paper CEO Deba Mukherjee upbeat update

Editor’s note: The Chronicle interviewed Finch Paper president and CEO Deba Mukherjee, along with Chief Financial Officer Alex Rotolo and vice president of human resources Tracey Riley, on Aug. 20. Finally here’s meaty stuff from that interview.


Finch Paper president and CEO Deba Mukherjee told The Chronicle (in August): “Maybe it’s time to give you an update on us. I’ve been here since 2013, and over the last six …

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Our December 26 issue

New Year issue Dream trip for Lanoir boys; skate with star Jack Hughes. 2020 vision. Elizabeth Miller starts work at 15-25 Park: 5 apartments, offices, ‘different type tavern’ Finch Paper CEO Deba Mukherjee update upbeat. Rick Pitino coaches Jimmer in Greece: 15 points per game, ‘very good defense’ Tradition! New Year’s Day LG Polar Plunge. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!


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Finch CEO opens up

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

For the first year-and-a-half that he headed Glens Falls’s Finch Paper, India-born Debabrata (Deba) Mukherjee, Ph. D., steered clear of the media.

This week he opened up — meeting separately with several newspapers. The Chronicle’s turn came on Monday at 11 a.m.

“What have I been doing the last 18 months? We have done what Finch has never done before. We added a huge number …

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Our September 25 issue

It’s our Health & Fitness Quarterly! Also, this Sunday is the 22nd annual Glens Falls Kiwanis Club’s Taste of the North Country food festival in City Park, in downtown Glens Falls. The Chronicle is the event’s lead sponsor. We publish the event’s official program that’s included in this week’s issue. Also, Cathy raves about Wood Park in Lake George as a game-changing venue after last weekend’s American Music Festival. Finch …

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Krogmann tosses GF school lawsuit on Finch’s taxes

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

State Supreme Court Judge David Krogmann Monday threw out the Glens Falls City School District’s lawsuit seeking a larger share of school taxes paid by Finch Paper.

Judge Krogmann’s nine-page decision upheld the school district’s legal standing and its right to file the Article 78 lawsuit, but held that it waited too long to take action. He cited a four-month statute of limitations from …

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