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Adirondack Experience acquires famous Warrensburg protest sign

Dan McClelland

On Friday, July 21 at 7:30 a.m., Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake, removed a familiar anti-APA sign in Warrensburg,  and added it to their permanent collection.
This Warrensburg landmark for years has been seen by south-bound travelers on Route 9. Ted Galusha erected the sign, with several area politicians and property-rights advocates, in 2005 on the side of his house to protest what he sees as the agency’s overreaching.  The ADKX is collecting this sign because it is part of the ongoing conversation among Park residents, second-home owners, vacationers and conservation advocates about the future of the Adirondack Park.
The ADKXworked with Doug Bencze, a heavy equipment operator and logger from Tupper Lake, to remove the sign on Friday morning and bring it to the museum where it will be cleaned and repaired before it is mounted in the Life in the Adirondacks exhibition.