IBM executive to speak at EDC Warren County event

June 28, 2018, Olean Times Herald | John E. Kelly III, the IBM executive who oversees the specialization of the Watson computer, will be the featured speaker at EDC Warren County’s annual luncheon Monday.


Editorial: What’s Feeding the Lake?

June 22, 2018, The Lake George Mirror | In order to persuade taxpayers of the value of projects intended to help the lake, it’s time for a new study, one that would help us to determine the actual environmental benefits of basin-wide septic system standards and new wastewater treatment plants.


Adirondack residents dealing with road-salt contaminated wells

June 27, 2018, Adirondack Explorer | A study by Paul Smith’s College’s Adirondack Watershed Institute found that water from sixty-three wells—55 percent of those downslope from state roads—contained sodium at levels above the federal guideline of 20 ppm for people on low-sodium diets.


Silver Bay YMCA setting new waste water standard on Lake George

June 23, 2018, Adirondack Explorer | The Silver Bay YMCA Conference and Family Retreat Center recently submitted and received approval for its design plans from NYSDEC to replace its’ existing waste water system with a new Membrane Bioreactors (MBR).


Water Quality Professionals Visit Lake George Village

June 22, 2018, Lake George Mirror | Lake George Association Project Manager Randy Rath, along with The Fund for Lake George scientist Jim Sutherland and Maiken Holmes from Warren County Department of Public Works, conducted a tour of Lake George water quality protection projects for groups attending the recent New York Water Environment Association’s Spring Technical Conference.


Lake George Eligible for Millions in New State Funds

June 22, 2018, The Lake George Mirror | Millions of dollars in new state funds will be available – in theory at least — to help protect Lake George’s water quality, though the lake was not, at first, among those eligible for the newly-designated funds.