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As a part of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s (DEC) week-long Earth Day 
celebration, DEC Regional Director Judy Drabicki will host an outdoor recreation event and news conference for the official opening and Dedication of the Three Mile Bay Waterway Access Site 
on Lake Ontario in Jefferson County. 

The press event will also celebrate the launch of a free mobile application (app) that provides up-to-date 
information on fishing, hunting, wildlife watching and other outdoor adventure opportunities in New York 
State. Powered by Pocket Ranger® technology, using the app’s advanced GPS features, users will be 
able to identify and locate New York’s many world-class fishing, hunting and wildlife watching sites. Users 
will also gain immediate access to species profiles, rules and regulations, and important permits and 
licensing details. The app provides many other features to maximize any outdoor adventure and gives 
both novice and seasoned outdoorsmen and women essential information in the palm of their hand. 

Event Details: 
What: Official Opening of the Three Mile Bay Waterway Access Site 
Where: Three Mile Bay, at the Access Site, on State Route 12E 
When: Thursday, April 24, 2014, Noon
          2014 IT TAKES A COMMUNITY

  Lyme Youth Commission Chairman and dedicated youth and recreation volunteer Charle Mount has been selected as the 2014 It Takes A Community Award recipient by the Cornell Cooperative Extension and the Jefferson County Youth Bureau.

  Nominated by Lyme Central School Building Principal/Athletic Director Barry Davis with letters of support sent by Village of Chaumont Mayor Valerie Rust, former Town Councilwoman Linda Carney and town of Lyme Supervisor Scott Aubertine, the award goes to individuals who exhibit extraordinary dedication and commitment to recreational opportunities and the youth of their community.  As the town of Lyme Youth Commission Coordinator, Charle has been the backbone of the town's sports teams and summer recreation programs for over twenty five years.  He also serves as the Lyme Parks & Recreation Chairman and volunteers extensively to the Willie Putnam Memorial Tournament.

  A certificate of recognition was presented to Charle at the April town board meeting and a formal notification has been received from the Cornell Cooperative Extension.  An awards luncheon will be held on April 23rd at the Watertown Elks Club at noon.  The cost is $15.00 and RSVP's must be returned by April 15th.  Checks can be made out to CCE of Jefferson County.  

Charle is most deserving of this award and we are proud of his accomplishments and thank him for his services to our town and its youth.

Congratulations Charle and a job well done!

From the Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

Dear Fellow New Yorker,

New York offers some of the best fishing in the country. With trout and salmon fishing season starting April 1st – just around the corner – we’ve made it easier than ever this year for New Yorkers to be ready to enjoy great outdoor fishing on opening day.

For the first time, you can now purchase and print a fishing license from home by visiting licensecenter.ny.gov. We have also reduced fishing license fees, improved access for fishing at various sites across the state, and expanded fishing clinics as part of the state’s NY Open for Fishing and Hunting initiative.

Anglers, consider investing in a lifetime fishing license that can be converted to an Adventure License and be eligible to receive a free adventure license plate for your vehicle in one of nine designs.

Whether fishing trout, salmon, bass, walleye or sunfish, New York provides outstanding fishing opportunities. Get a head start on the fishing season by purchasing your license online today.



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