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Veterans Memorial Parkway (NY) Tolls to be Waived Nov. 5-6 to Honor Military

The Lake George Examiner reports, “The Veterans Memorial Parkway, which winds up Prospect Mountain in Lake George, has traditionally closed after Columbus Day. Yesterday, New York State DEC announced the road will remain open through Sunday, Nov. 6, and the access fee, $10 per car, will be waived for the weekend of Nov. 5 and […] The post Veterans Memorial Parkway (NY) Tolls to be Waived Nov.
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