U.S. Senator Gillibrand Makes Stops this Week Across North Country

U.S. Senator Gillibrand Makes Stops this Week Across North Country

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will be making the rounds in the North Country on Monday.
SARANAC LAKE, NY - New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will be making the rounds in the North Country on Monday.

In Lake Placid, she'll be discussing legislation to stop the spread of invasive species, and protect New York's waterways.

Senator Gillibrand's bill would prevent bringing harmful species across state lines,  or into the U.S.

Gillibrand will also tour the Trudeau Institute in Saranac Lake, focusing on their latest lyme disease research.

She's introduced legislation to fight lyme disease nationwide.

Here's her  full schedule:
GILLIBRAND TO HOLD EVENTS ACROSS THE NORTH COUNTRY IN LAKE PLACID, SARANAC LAKE, BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE

Lake Placid: Senator Gillibrand will discuss legislation to stop the spread of invasive species, and protect New York's waterways. Senator Gillibrand's bill would prevent the importation of potentially harmful species across state lines or into the U.S. by reforming the broken Lacey Act, which has been ineffective in stopping injurious wildlife, such as Asian clam and Zebra and Quagga mussels, from harming New York's waterways.
TIME:            11:00 AM
PLACE:         Lake Placid Beach House on Mirror Lake 
Parkside Drive
Lake Placid, NY

Saranac Lake: Senator Gillibrand will tour the Trudeau Institute, specifically focusing on their latest Lyme disease research. Senator Gillibrand has introduced legislation to combat the growing epidemic of Lyme disease in the North Country, across New York, and around the country. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), New York State had 19,543 confirmed cases of Lyme disease between 2007 and 2011.
TIME:            12:00 Noon
PLACE:         Trudeau Institute
154 Algonquin Avenue
Saranac Lake, NY

Blue Mountain Lake: Senator Gillibrand will tour the Adirondack Museum and discuss economic development efforts in Hamilton County. Senator Gillibrand is advocating in support of the Adirondack Museum's request for funding through the North Border Regional Commission that will help the Museum develop an additional outdoor recreational experience for its visitors, creating new jobs and serving as a catalyst for increased tourism, community revitalization and sustainability of support services throughout the region.
TIME:            2:00 PM
PLACE:         Adirondack Museum
Route 30
Blue Mountain Lake, NY

 




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