Bravo to the Essex County Board of Supervisors for their support of Denton Pubs editorial exposing Protect the Adirondacks
After reading the enlightened guest editorial in your Jan. 10 issue condemning your earlier editorial that called for abolishing Protect the Adirondacks because of its opposition to the Adirondack Club & Resort project in Tupper Lake, I was happy to read Dan Alexander’s apology on the same page.
After a snowy and much colder than normal November, December 2014 was milder than normal with some bouts of rainy weather, not usually associated with Winter here in the North Country.
Many schools were delayed this past week when the weather showed about 20 below zero in many spots.
The Essex County Board of Supervisors support of this paper’s editorial call for banning Protect The Adirondacks is hugely irresponsible.
When I think of protecting the Adirondacks, many problems and questions come to mind regarding our Adirondack communities including; employment, resident retention, economic viability, sustainability, the environment, and our future.
The recent cold snap and heavy snowfall has certainly helped to firm up ice conditions across the region. The recent cold snap and heavy snowfall has certainly helped to firm up ice conditions across the region.
I wrote my first editorial for Denton Publications 23 years ago. Since then I’ve put my name on hundreds of opinion pieces and been a part of dozens of editorial board positions.
Those who choose to commit terror have been around since the beginning of time.
The recent editorial calling for the dissolution of “Protect the Adirondacks” was unnecessarily harsh and unprofessional in the personal nature of the Adirondack Journal’s attack on that organization and its executive director, Peter Bauer.
Bill Coats, production manager at Denton Publications and author of the recent racist, inflammatory, and polarizing letter to the editor, draws his information from The New Century Foundation and its publication, American Renaissance.
I enclose this statement by the Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) for your consideration:
How many stayed up to watch the ball fall?
I recently spent most of the holidays taking public transportation around New York as my car went down two weeks ago.
In regards to your editorial on “Banishing Protect”, I say a grateful AMEN.