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The last graduates

Ripley students reflect as future classes to attend Chautauqua Lake

June 23, 2013

By GAVIN PATERNITI Special to the OBSERVER RIPLEY — The atmosphere was bittersweet as the Ripley Central School District held what could be its final commencement ceremony....

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Steiner

Jun-23-13 7:03 AM

This is all part of NY is open for busineess. You see, a decline is actually an increase. as cronig pointed out that the local taxpayer did not pay all the bills, so the taxes and costs were cheap. some one else paid them ! I cant wait for another 7 years or so, the great decline will be so noticeable. No young, no jobs, just democrats and taxes. All of it will be proclaimed to be normal and great, like the NSA program !

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225522

Jun-23-13 9:02 AM

Sad, very sad. The future is not so bright for far western NY.

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Griffen60

Jun-23-13 9:25 AM

The fastest way to change this is for King Cuomo to unleash the energy business from the left , let them go and watch this State turn around!

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