Author: Staff Report

Property Transactions: Jan. 23 – Jan. 29, 2023


Paul Dean McWhorter sold property at 1335 Coach Rd to Thomas Pollock & Amanda Cordiale for $225,000

Nancy Ross sold property at 1482 Mahaffy Rd to Timothy LaFountain for $130,000


Douglas Vaughn sold property at 1045 County Route 16 to John Flewelling for $130,000


Four Leaf Builders, LLC sold property at 00 Smith St to Monsour Enterprises, LLC for $28,000

Kimberly Thistle sold property at 59 Mechanic St to Josef & Fawn Coffey for $166,900

DKC Holdings, Inc. sold property at 48 Hudson St to Elizabeth Olesen for $160,000


Hugh Matson sold property at 26 Grand St to Buena Fe, LLC for $165,000


Damian & Kimberly Truttling sold property at 370 & 366 Carrera Ln to Bruce Ferguson, Sr. for $33,000

Lori Johnson & Pamela Bailey sold property at 1320 County Route 24 to Kenneth L. Thomas III for $65,000


Christine A. Shappy sold property at 10 Corliss Ave to Zachary T. Schieberl for $210,000


Koren L. Sword sold property at 330 Lang Hill Rd to Elena S. Fecco for $120,000


Rachel L. Farmer sold property at 8 Oven Mountain Rd to Denise Campbell for $230,000


Robert E. Hoffer III sold property at 349 Main St to Jeffrey & Joshua Hoffer for $145,000

Annie Ogden & Cargel Clifford sold property at 18 Pine St to Brenda Yagy for $132,500

Kim Griffin & Barbara Griffin Jordan sold property at 4 Brook Rd to Barry & RoseAnn Viola for $188,000


Grandma’s Home, LLC sold property at 44 Harris Ave to Renee Elliott, Richard Buys and Charles Buys for $165,000


Edwin & Kelly Seeley sold property at 123 Sherman Island Rd to William Coates III & Alexandra Coates for $415,000

Lisa M. Peoples sold property at 17 Terrace Rd to Roger L. Kallop for $520,000


Joseph Mannuci Jr. & Cathy Mannuci sold property at 0 Zaltz Rd to David & Debra Carpenter for $19,500


William C. Johnston sold property at 23 Lake Ave to Shania Goyette for $8,000


The Nature Conservancy Inc. sold property at 40 Ward Ln to Linda Ida Bujan for $75,000

January 2023 DBA Filings


Standard Barbell Club – Michael Montanye, 13 Fieldview Rd S, Queensbury, NY 12804

Rita D’s Cleaning Service – Rita Maria Dejnozka, 91 Montray Rd, Queensbury, NY 12804

Halsted’s Drywall – Jacob Halsted, 4 Park Pl, Lake George, NY 12845

Pink Hair Tarot – Mikayla Wadsworth, 1 Zenas Dr, Queensbury, NY 12804

UV Oasis – Martina Jones, 643 Upper Glen St, Queensbury, NY 12804

White Daisy Cleaning Services – Becky Litchfield & Terri Lobdell, 280 Aviation Rd, Queensbury, NY 12804

Adirondack Real Estate Photography – Justin Crannell, 857 Luzerne Rd, Queensbury, NY 12804

Ward Construction – Tyler Ward, 889 High St, Athol, NY 12810

Sarah Tether Photography – Sarah Tether, 8 Wayne Ct, Queensbury, NY 12804

Adirondack Photography by Brisbane B. Young – Brisbane B. Young, 5 Columbine Ave, South Glens Falls, NY 12803

ESG Construction – Thomas Bolton, 559 Pease Hill Rd, Pottersville, NY 12860

Hair by Gigi – Shirley Padasak, 24 Sanford St, Glens Falls, NY 12801

Stunad’s Smoke Shop – Michael Ditroia, 144 Canada St, Lake George, NY 12845

Ken’s Custom Carving – Kurt Donald Rinamon, 471 Landon Hill Rd, Apt 3, Chestertown, NY 12817

Twice Treasured – Jessica LeBlanc, 3 Timmons Ln, Queensbury, NY 12804

J&L Mowing and Snow Removal – Joe Baker, 4 Stewart Ave, Glens Falls, NY 12801

The Crow Nest – Brandon Lee, 35 Fox Farm Rd, Queensbury, NY 12804

East Coast Products – Peyton Phillips, 1C Manor Dr, Queensbury, NY 12804


Whitney’s Hunting Supply – Dennis, Carrie, and Jami Whitney, 2 Church St, Granville, NY 12832

Green Tiger Martial Arts – Korey Michael Kennedy, 11 Wall St, Hudson Falls, NY 12839

Pirate King Enterprises – Elijah Enzensperger, 125 East Main St, Cambridge, NY 12816

Care Fox Enterprises – Joseph Allen, 60 N Park St, Cambridge, NY 12816

Whittaker Brook – Abraham Schrock, 173 County Route 49, Salem, NY 12865

Gathering Ivy Doula Care – Jennifer Lauren Steinberger, 24 East St, Argyle, NY 12809

CCB Contracting – Cory Bishop, 160 County Route 45, Argyle, NY 12809

Chestnut Hill Carpentry – Donald R. Disorda, Jr., 883 Chestnut Hill Rd, Cambridge, NY 12816

Upstate Land Management – Brennan Strong, 15 Hendee Rd, Hudson Falls, NY 12839

Start Line – Anthony M. Flewelling, 3 Browns Ln, Fort Edward, NY 12828

The Greenwich Local – Keisha M. Timms, 2809 State Route 40, Greenwich, NY 12834

The Bridge House Pub – Erin Wood, 1 West Main St, Granville, NY 12832

Campbell’s Euro Mounts And Taxidermy – Austin Campbell, 199 Middleton Rd, Granville, NY 12832

Critter’s Caretaker – Victoria L. Rasanen, 795 County Route 68, Eagle Bridge, NY 12057

Just A Little Love Home Cleaning Service – Michelle L. Spear, 7 Barber Ave, Greenwich, NY 12834

Extensive Collection of African American Art Featured at The Hyde Museum

The Harmon and Harriet Kelley Collection of African American Art: Works on Paper is a traveling exhibition celebrating African-American artists and their contributions to American art and culture. This exhibit is now on view at The Hyde Collection.

Curated from the extensive collection of Harmon and Harriet Kelley, this exhibition’s featured artists include Grafton Tyler Brown – the first documented professional graphic artist on the West Coast – contemporary printmaker Margo Humphrey, and internationally known figures Romare Bearden, Elizabeth Catlett, Aaron Douglas, Jacob Lawrence, and Henry Ossawa Tanner. Presented by The Hyde Collection and organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions of Los Angeles, the exhibition began on January 28, and is on view through April 23.

“It’s a very special collection of nearly 70 watercolors, pastels, drawings, and a variety of print media by leading African American artists,” said Derin Tanyol, The Hyde Collection’s Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art. “The show chronicles the lives of Black Americans through a series of representative themes: labor, landscape and cityscape, portraiture, community, and entertainment. The Kelleys’ curatorial vision focuses on uplifting, positive themes, although a small section of the show confronts racism and injustice. Sourced from one of the most celebrated private collections of African-American art, this exhibition is sure to provide visitors with a rich and thought-provoking experience.” 

This exhibition provides an opportunity for visitors to experience the master graphics of African-American art on a large scale. The majority of the works were produced during the Great Depression period of the 1930s and 40s; during this period, the Federal Arts Project – a relief effort to employ struggling artists as part of The New Deal – helped many artists continue to create throughout that difficult time.

Elizabeth Catlett (1915–2012), Sharecropper, 1952. Two-color linoleum cut, The Harmon & Harriet Kelley Collection

Many works depict rural and urban settings in a bold Post-Cubist style, including scenes showing factory workers, dockworkers, farmers, bridge builders, and road-menders. By the 1950s, some African American artists began to favor Abstract Expressionism, choosing nonrepresentational content over traditional imagery; other artists, including Charles White, Jacob Lawrence, John Biggers, Claude Clark, and Elizabeth Catlett – all of whom are featured in this exhibition – defied this influence, and continued their figurative exploration of African-American themes.

The 1960s and early 70s gave birth to the politically-motivated and African-inspired art of the Civil Rights period – while African-Americans had always made valuable contributions to American art, they had yet to be truly recognized, due to the brutalities of slavery and the systemic racism of Jim Crow laws. Despite continued oppression, African-American artists continued to create works that would reflect their experiences; among the civil rights-themed works in this exhibition are a 1963 lithograph by Jacob Lawrence titled Two Rebels, and Elizabeth Catlett’s well-known print Malcolm X Speaks For Us from 1969.

More recent artists, such as Margo Humphrey, Alison Saar, Robert Colescott, Lionel Lofton, CharlesCriner, and self-taught artists Bert Long and Ike E. Morgan, bring a contemporary perspective to this extensive exhibition.

The Hyde Museum is located at 161 Warren Street in Glens Falls, NY. Hours of operation are Thursday through Sunday, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

General Admission is $12 for adults over the age of 18, $10 for Seniors (of age 60 and up), and free for Hyde Members, NARM (North American Reciprocal Museum Program) members, ESMRP (Empire State Museum Reciprocal Program) members, students (with ID or other form of proof), children 12 and under, and veterans and active-duty military and families.

For more information, please visit Hydecollection.org

DEC Announces Free Lifeguard Qualifying Procedures to Begin in February

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The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced free lifeguard-qualifying procedures to begin Saturday, February 4, 2023. Individuals 15 years and older interested in lifeguarding positions at DEC facilities this summer are eligible to register.

The qualifying procedures consist of two parts: a cardio-pulmonary (CPR) skills component, and a water skills evaluation. Candidates may attend the qualifying locations most convenient to them, and the results will be forwarded to their preferred work location. 

Seasonal lifeguard positions are available at DEC campgrounds throughout the Adirondacks and Catskill parks. The current hourly starting rate for New York State lifeguards is $20 an hour, and most DEC facilities offer free housing or site accommodations.

At the time of employment, all DEC lifeguards must:

  • Be at least 15 years old
  • Possess a valid certificate in waterfront skills, lifeguarding, first aid, and CPR for Professional Rescuers or equivalent
  • Have successfully completed the NYS lifeguarding qualifying procedure
  • Submit a current NYS DEC medical form stating the candidate’s physical ability to perform lifeguarding duties
  • Meet the vision requirements of 20/70 uncorrected in both eyes and be correctable to the 20/40 standard. Candidates tested at a vision level below 20/40 in either one or both eyes must correct to a minimum of 20/40, with 20/20 preferred
  • Complete a personal interview with the DEC 
  • Attend lifeguarding orientation

2023 Lifeguarding Qualifying Dates & Locations:

Saturday, Feb. 49 a.m.Franklin Academy42 Huskie LaneMalone
Friday, Feb. 244:30 p.m.Gloversville Middle School234 Lincoln StreetGloversville
Saturday, Feb. 259 a.m.Queensbury Elementary School431 Aviation RoadQueensbury
Friday, March 34 p.m.Catskill Recreation Center651 County Hwy 38Arkville
Monday, April 109 a.m.Gloversville Middle School234 Lincoln StreetGloversville
Friday, April 144:30 p.m.Gloversville Middle School234 Lincoln StreetGloversville
Saturday, April 299 a.m.Moriah Central School39 Viking LanePort Henry
Friday, May 264 p.m.Catskill Recreation Center651 County Hwy 38Arkville
Saturday, June 39 a.m.Gloversville Middle School234 Lincoln StreetGloversville
Saturday, June 249 a.m.Moriah Central School39 Viking LanePort Henry

Qualifying procedures will begin on time, and late arrivals will not be accepted. Candidates must bring photo ID, current certifications (if available), and their own CPR mask and one-way valve. DEC reserves the right to cancel, and is an equal opportunity employer. 
For more information, updates or to pre register, call (518) 457-2500 Extension 1, email DEC at info.Lifeguarding@dec.ny.gov, or visit the employment opportunities on summer recreation webpage on the DEC’s website.

Police Blotter: Jan. 9 – Jan. 15, 2023

Carl J. Skogsberg, 27, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle

Shannon A. Welch, 38, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle

Hope L. Younger, 32, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle

Charles E. McMillon, 60, was arrested for 2nd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation

Michael P. Caruso, 54, was arrested for Criminal Obstruction of Breathing/Blood Circulation

Saana I.R. Sheerer, 19, was arrested for Criminal Mischief; Intent to Damage Property

Caitlin M. Pruess, 30, was arrested for Criminal Impersonation, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, and 2nd Deg. Forgery

Jesse J. Tracy, 39, was arrested for 3rd. Deg. Criminal Possession of a Weapon and 4th Deg. Criminal Possession of a Weapon

Sydney M. Mosier, 21, was arrested for Petit Larceny

Courtney L. Pigliavento, 37, was arrested for 2nd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation

Thomas F. Campbell, 59, was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated; 1st Offense

Ernest Petro, 33, was arrested for 2nd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation

Ricky A. Reyome, 48, was arrested for 1st Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Aggravated DWI; 1st Offense

Noah B. Rogers, 19, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle

Kade D. LaPointe, 24, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle


On Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023 at approximately 8:15pm, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office investigated an armed robbery at the Xtra-Mart Mobil located at 2398 State Route 9N, Lake George, NY. A male suspect entered the store, approached the clerk, displayed a handgun and demanded cash and cigarettes. After which, he fled the scene in a vehicle. The Warren County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Unit is handling the investigation with assistance from the New York State Police. If anyone has any information pertaining to the incident contact the Warren County Sheriff’s Office 518-743-2500 option (1) and ask for a member of the Criminal Investigations Unit. If you wish to remain anonymous you can also leave a tip at 518-761-9800.

Property Transactions: Jan. 16 – Jan. 22, 2023


Richard & Lisa Bancroft sold property at 38 Catherine St to Haylee I. Lefebvre for $189,900

Rodney & Rachelle Standage sold property at 25 Taylor Woods Rd to David & Linda Shaw for $230,000


Simeon Hunsdon & Linda Perras sold property at 229 County Route 41 to Audrey & John Rugar for $400,000


Robert & Ruth Sprague sold property at 2601 State Route 40 to Brett & Kimberly Stewart for $38,000


David I. Hayes sold property at 31 Country Acres Dr to Rodney & Donna Secor for $ 330,000

Michael Blau sold property at 735 County Route 41 to Linda & Simeon Hunsdon for $225,000


Vanessa L. Zulauf sold property at 3 North Ct to Ashlyn E. Holderman for $219,000

Adrienne Lee Rowell sold property at 3 Ames Pl to Daniel Tucker for $230,000


Sandra L. Green sold property at 56 Perry Hill Rd to Shannen Regan for $164,000

Raymond & Elizabeth Olson sold property at 35 Perry Hill Rd to Lynn M. Telford for $170,000


Brent Peacock & Bonna Dee Zazzaro sold property at 219 Gannon Rd to Gregory S. Stork for $43,000

Jonathan Fitch sold property at 835 Ash Grove Rd to Matthew Kalbfliesh & Tiffany Hulka for $171,700


Donald & Jay Diresta sold property at 4 East Rock to Elvis Espinoza for $25,000

Richard Stonitsch sold property at 23 Mountain St to Shannon L. Fonda for $27,000

Glens Falls: State of the City Address

Glens Falls City Hall

On Wednesday, January 18, 2023, Mayor Bill Collins will deliver the State of The City address at 12:30 PM on the second floor of City Hall. All are welcome to attend. This address will focus on the accomplishments of 2022, and look ahead to 2023: “One of the things I’ve emphasized during my first year in office is to ensure we’re providing services in the most efficient way possible to the City of Glens Falls” said Mayor Collins. “Two other points of emphasis made this past year are communication and development.  We have come a long way this past year at City Hall, and I want to not only share our vision, but also bring more people to the table to help shape that vision.” 

The City is also making the address available live on the City of Glens Falls YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/@cityofglensfallsny6752/streams; the address will be available under “City of Glens Falls State of The City January 18, 2023″, and the thumbnail will have a red “live” icon as well.

Police Blotter: Jan. 2 – Jan. 8, 2023

Colton J. Fitzpatrick, 24, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle

Rachael M. Dunkley, 28, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle

Melissa A. Lanfear, 39, was arrested for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, Petit Larceny

Melissa A. Girard, 37, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Bail Jumping

Sarah A. Fortune, 40, was arrested for 2nd Deg. Aggravated Harassment

Jeffrey J. Pregent, 32, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle

Kendra L. Ash, 20, was arrested for Petit Larceny

Daniel T. Hitchcock, 51, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Bail Jumping

Jamie L. Mattison, 34, was arrested for 2nd Deg. Harassment

Savana J. Mattison, 31, was arrested for 1st Deg. Criminal Contempt

Kathryn G. Stuthmann, 24, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle

Andrew W. Mattison, 37, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle

Kameron M. Mattison, 21, was arrested for 3rd Deg. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle, 2nd Deg. Obstruction of Governmental Administration, Resisting Arrest, and Criminal Mischief; Intent to Damage Property


On Thursday Dec. 29 at approximately 5:26pm, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to 47 Caldwell Ave in the Town of Lake George for a report of a Burglary. Investigators determined that Matthew P. Charlson, 43, of Lake George entered the residence and assaulted the resident inside. Charlson was placed in custody and transported back to the Warren County Sheriff’s Office where he was processed for 1st Degree Burglary, a Class E Felony and arraigned in CAP Court. Charlson was then released under the supervision of the Probation Department.

On Saturday, Dec. 31, at approximately 11:25pm, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to Library Ave in the Town of Warrensburg for a property damage motor vehicle crash. Officers discovered a 2019 Jeep had left the shoulder of the roadway and struck a utility pole support cable. Police determined the driver, William J. Parker, 48, of Warrensburg, was intoxicated. Parker submitted to a chemical breath test which yielded a blood alcohol concentration of .22%. Parker was processed for Aggravated DWI and released to appear in the Town of Warrensburg Court on a later date.

On Saturday Dec. 31, at 1:03pm, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of an assault that occurred at the Travelodge on Route 9 in the Town of Lake George. Upon arrival, police determined that Nicholas S. Harris, 35, of Lake George had struck another subject multiple times with a metal chair causing minor injuries. In addition Harris had also choked the same subject during the altercation. The victim refused medical treatment. As a result of the investigation Harris was charged with Felony 2nd Degree Assault, and misdemeanors criminal possession of a weapon and criminal obstruction of breathing.

Property Transactions: Jan. 9 – Jan. 15, 2023


J.R. Merc, Inc. sold property at 1042 State Route 197 to Empire State Self Storage, LLC for $34,900


Beatrice H. Garfield sold property at 9 Thunderbird Rd to James & Asuncion Smallze for $365,000


Tayler Ritter & Dylan Baker sold property at 28 Academy St to Melissa L. Ives for $209,000


K & C Land Holdings, LLC sold property at 117 Buttermilk Falls Rd to Gail Crandall for $150,000


Heather M. Havens sold property at 11 Thomas Ave to Jonathan Miller for $169,000

Anthony Trello, Jr. & Tammy Trello sold property at 40 McIntyre St to Veno Holdings, LLC for $1,600,000


Boldstar, LLC sold property at 147 South St to 19 E. Notre Dame Street, LLC for $55,883.50


Thomas & Louise Tolworthy sold property at 43 West Main St & 2 South Maple St to Peter Stefanopoulous for $830,000

Richard Clayton sold property at 1-3 & 3-5 Slocum Ave to Floyd E. Carruth, Jr. for $110,000

Antonio D’andrea sold property at 8 County Route 25 to Douglas Swain for $100,000


Bethany & Kirk Liddle sold property at 157 Mosquito Swamp Rd to Nichole Menard for $335,000


Tami & Michael Williams, and Kristi Wilson sold property at 379 Gibbs Rd to Todd J. Boyea for $235,400


Douglas Lapolla & Denise Surre sold property at 4341 County Route 30 to Richard Amo & Jacqueline Goyette for $250,000


Randy Bruce Russell sold property at 332 East Shore Dr to Scott David Russell for $175,000


Richard Gambino sold property at 630 County Route 61 to 630RT61, LLC for $115,000

W.R. Enterprises, LLC sold property at 2885 State Route 22 to LE Legacy Properties, LLC for 350,000


Richard Stanley sold property at 5 Alexander Ln Lot 15 to David & Nancy Godbout for $314,000

Stephen A. Shaw sold property at 45 Stone Schoolhouse Rd to Mary Ann Swinton & Joshua Shores for $240,000


Kathleen D. Mound sold property at 209-211 Beach Rd to Francis & Cheryl Putorti and Daniel & Deborah O’Rourke for $585,000


Raymond & Katie Reilly sold property at 740 East River Dr to Damian & Matthew Maslinski for $350,000


Revival Designer Homes, LLC sold property at 6 River St to Lauren Formanski & Daniel White for $279,000

Robert A. Gover sold property at 18 ½ Newcomb St to Schermerhorn Residential Holdings, LP for $220,000

Tina Arcuri DeMarsh sold property at 43 Lambert Dr to Jason R. LaMora for $349,500

John & Mary Anne Doty sold property at 21 Juniper Dr to Ronald & Stacey Leydecker for $430,000


Brendon M. McNamara sold property at 10 Boardman St to GBAM, Inc. for $47,000

ARCC Announces Dr. John Rugge as Recipient of The 34th Annual J. Walter Juckett Community Service Award

Photo Provided by: ARCC

The Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce (ARCC) is pleased to announce that the 34th Annual J. Walter Juckett Community Service Award will be presented to retired physician and founder of Hudson Headwaters Health Network, Dr. John Rugge. Dr. Rugge will be presented with the award at the ARCC Annual Dinner on the evening of March 10, 2023, at The Sagamore Resort.

“We are excited to celebrate Dr. John Rugge as the 34th Annual J. Walter Juckett award honoree. Dr. Rugge is so deserving of this honor. As the founder of Hudson Headwaters Health Network, his passion and drive to further healthcare in our region is admirable. We are fortunate that Dr. Rugge chose to stay in our region and establish a healthcare system that helps so many of our community members,” said ARCC President & CEO Tricia Rogers.

John Rugge was a family physician who dropped into the Adirondacks to finish writing a canoe book in 1974. He then accepted a position with the Glens Falls Hospital to serve as supervising physician at a brand-new health center in Chestertown, with the intention of practicing for six months before returning to Albany Medical Center.

As it turned out, all the surrounding communities were losing their GPs to retirement, and he found it impossible to depart with no one to take his place… So instead, he combined medical practice with community engagement – and grant writing – to establish the Hudson Headwaters Health Network. This network has grown to include 21 health centers from Saratoga County all the way up to the Canadian border, with some 200 medical providers and more than 150,000 patients. Dr. Rugge observes the way local needs generated remarkable community support, and this attracted the attention of health care policymakers in Albany and Washington, leading him to serve on 40 government advisory panels, task forces, and councils… All of which has served to make Hudson Headwaters a model for others across the state, and across the nation.

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