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In My Opinion: Propositions 4, 5 deserve support
I write this to encourage everyone to vote "yes" on two very important constitutional amendments, writes former State Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward.
In My Opinion: Support for state amendments
As we approach Election Day, I am foregoing my normal letter of support for individual candidates to speak to the voters about the six constitutional amendments that will be on the ballot on Nov. 5, writes Assemblywoman Janet Duprey.
In My Opinion: Village shouldn't be dissolved
The Village of Keeseville is at the crossroads, writes Mayor Dale Holderman.
- In My Opinion: Keeseville dissolution letter challenged I am was a member of the Dissolution Study Committee that worked on the Village of Keeseville Dissolution Plan before it was presented and "accepted" by the village mayor and trustees, writes Chesterfield Town Supervisor Gerald Morrow.
In My Opinion: Town may need to exceed tax cap
In an effort to control rising property taxes, Gov. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature placed a cap on expenditures that municipalities can make in a given year, writes Plattsburgh Town Supervisor Bernie Bassett.
In My Opinion: Eliminate one Jay town justice
We encourage the residents of the Town of Jay to get out and vote "yes" from noon to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, to eliminate one of the two town-justice positions in the Town of Jay, writes Town Supervisor Randall Douglas and Jay Town Council members.
In My Opinion: Land swap a win-win for all
This Election Day, Adirondackers and people across New York state will have an opportunity to demonstrate that good jobs and a healthy environment can successfully co-exist -- right here in our backyard, write town Supervisors David Blades and Ed Hatch.
- In My Opinion: Carrying out lawful duties I read in amazement the Sept. 6 Press-Republican article entitled "Officials berate sheriff on staff's duties," writes retired Ticonderoga Police Chief Jeffrey Cook.
In My Opinion: Access to treatment is crucial
As behavioral health professionals, we know that mental illness and substance abuse does not discriminate against class, color, race, gender or socio-economic status, writes Behavioral Health Services North President Craig Amoth.
What do parents really want?
Earlier this month, the State Education Department released results from the first standardized tests tied to new Common Core learning standards, writes Richard C. Iannuzzi, president of the New York State United Teachers.
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