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100-room hotel planned in Glenville

Pete Bardunias, left, president and CEO of the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, talks with Pat Popolizio, owner of the Waters Edge Lighthouse Restaurant & Inn, during the town of Glenville's annual Let's Talk Business event Thursday night at the Waters Edge Lighthouse.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Pete Bardunias, left, president and CEO of the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, talks with Pat Popolizio, owner of the Waters Edge Lighthouse Restaurant & Inn, during the town of Glenville's annual Let's Talk Business event Thursday night at the Waters Edge Lighthouse.
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The list went something like this: Open a restaurant. “Check,” muttered Pat Popolizio. Make it an excellent restaurant. “Check,” he said. Open a banquet facility. “Check.” A marina. “Check.” A hotel. “That was the only thing left on my to-do list before retirement,” he said Thursday from inside his banquet hall — the Terrace at Waters Edge. Glenville town Supervisor Chris Koetzle had just wrapped up the town’s second annual Let’s Talk Business expo, in ...


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Cortsmom87
April 25, 2013
8:04 p.m.

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Is he going to pay off his $100,000 in back taxes first???? Seriously???

editorial
April 25, 2013
9:35 p.m.

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Different Popolizio. You're thinking of Frank Popolizio.

SchenectadyScott
April 25, 2013
11:18 p.m.

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The writer should make that clear of the differences of the Popolizios......not to be confused with the animal abuser and tax evader facing jail time on many counts reported earlier this week.

cidbil
April 26, 2013
7:42 a.m.

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SchenectadyScott: That shouldn't be necessary. I would suggest that people pay closer attention to what they're reading before spouting off.

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