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Saturday, March 29, 2014

Waterfront towns, villages hope to market Thousand Islands region


CLAYTON — Members of 10 communities from the Thousand Islands region met Friday to learn about the progress toward putting the region on the map large scale for tourism.

The Thousand Islands regional assessment project advisory committee meeting was held Friday with more than 50 members of the communities involved in the project to expand tourism. Town of Hammond Supervisor Ronald W. Bertram said a Scenic Area of Statewide Significance grant would help the area become a more viable tourism destination. Continue...

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why brother, there's no business that is willing to start up in the Cape. What does the Cape have to offer a new business that wants to open up here. Do we have a committee in the Cape that is working to bring new business's here?

Anonymous said...

Lets market the Adirondacks. It's much prettier up there then in the thousand Islands. Besides there is more to do up there, better antique shows and shops

Anonymous said...

Lets market the 1000 Islands, the polluted water that comes from the factories in Rochester, NY. Who would eat any fish that live in that river, gobies, carp, bull heads, crap fish. Who cares about the St. Lawrence river. The Adirondacks is much nicer and far cleaner. Trout are far better to eat then the crap fish of the St. Lawrence river.

Anonymous said...

Right, Lets market the Cape for all the good it'll do.

Anonymous said...

Right, let market the Cape for all the good it'll do.