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Editorial: Addressing Saratoga's drinking problem

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There’s no doubt about it: the late-night party scene is flourishing in Saratoga Springs. And late night isn’t the only time this downtown is brimming with activity. The streets of Saratoga Springs are brimming with people nearly all day long, especially now that summer has kicked in. But success needs to be managed, and when it comes to late-night revelers causing problems in the streets, Saratoga Springs needs to recognize that solutions are far more ...


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cracker
July 8, 2012
12:36 p.m.

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Until recently, my wife was working a job in Saratoga Springs that some mornings, she had to be to work at 5:30 AM. Some have to be to work a bit earlier. It is these people I am thinking of that could be innocent victims of these drunks coming home after the bars close. I would be all for a 2 or 3AM closure.

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