Thursday, April 19, 2007

Extra, Extra

Read All About ARCC Members

Like so many spring blossoms, ARCC members are popping up in print throughout the region. The latest issue of The Chronicle covers a number of ARCC members.

There is an incredible story on Vermont Timber Frames. Reporter David Cederstrom does a handy job of chronicling the company's move to Cambridge, New York. Pick up a copy of The Chronicle and read about this 2007 Washington County Small Business of the Year Award recipient.

Merlin Properties, LLC gets a mention as the State Attorney General's Office stamped the final approval on plans for the condominium project on the Adirondack Scenic Building. Another Merlin Properties, LLC project, the former Godnick's building is featured with a photo as fellow ARCC member the Crandall Library prepares to open its temporary location doors there on Tuesday, April 24th.

Usually knee deep in a project and outfitted in a vest and a smile, Peter Hoffman and his wife Suzanne have their fair share of coverage, once again in The Chronicle, as they have a contract to buy another building and are poised to begin work on an apartment complex in South Glens Falls.. We tried to find a photo of the Hoffmans to use, alas we could find none. We'd tell you which building, but once again, the cards are close to the vest. Stay tuned for more, so far this couple has done a bang up job of rehabbing Glens Falls buildings.

Barbara LeBouf and the Glen at Hiland Meadows get a nice write up in the April edition of the Glens Falls Business Journal as she and Barbara Reutmann share plans for an expansion.

Other ARCC members in the Business Journal: Sutton's Furniture and Marketplace, Upstate Uniforms, Tri-County United Way, North Country Chiropractic & Spinal Rehab, AngioDynamics, Fox23 WXXA-TV/DT, City & Country Real Estate, D.L. Dickinson Associates, Glens Falls Tile & Supplies, Ray Supply, and Cool Insuring.

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