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September 6, 2013

Adirondack Council head seeks compromise


“We want to make sure we have long-term, not short-term, resources (in the Essex Chain). There may be ways to get that same level of protection.”


Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey (D-Minerva) said she and Janeway both went to St. Lawrence University, where they must have learned to listen to others.

“I believe in the whole idea of collaboration and communication,” she said. “It is going to be a long road for all of us.”

Douglas told Janeway, who joined the council in May, that he showed courage in coming before a possibly hostile group.

“You knew you were going to get the tough questions,” he said.

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