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Abbe Picquet Trail opens in Ogdensburg

Ogdensburg Mayor Wayne Ashley cuts the ribbon officially opening the Abbe Picquet Trail at the former site of Fort de la Presentation in the city of Ogdensburg. Front, from left, Fort Assn. first vice president Fred Hanss, City Councilor Jennifer Stevenson, Ashley; Fort Assn. president Barbara O'Keefe,  Sally Hartman from Daughters of the American Revolution, Assemblywoman Addie A.E. Jenne, Bishop Terry LaValley, David Murray (portraying Abbe Picquet) and Fort Assn. second vice president Tim Cryderman. Back, City Councilor Dan Skamperle, county Planning Office director Keith Zimmerman and Jacob Shaver from Congresswoman Elise Stefanik's office. Read more here.

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