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Saratoga Springs lakefront park opens to public

Resident: ‘They got a good thing going here’

Patrick Riley of Staten Island and his son Colby, 2, left, watch as his son Brady, 4, throws a container of water from the dock of the new Waterfront Park on Saratoga Lake on Wednesday.
Patrick Riley of Staten Island and his son Colby, 2, left, watch as his son Brady, 4, throws a container of water from the dock of the new Waterfront Park on Saratoga Lake on Wednesday.
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The city’s Waterfront Park on Saratoga Lake was in full use Wednesday afternoon, the first day it was open to the public. “I’ve been waiting for this,” said William Stephen of Saratoga Springs. Stephen was pulling his new blue kayak from the lake onto a small launch dock at the city-owned park off Crescent Avenue. The SUNY Adirondack student said it costs $8 to launch the kayak at the state boat launch at the north ...


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