Lake George considers new law following unsanctioned car cruise

WNYT Staff
Updated: September 18, 2020 09:05 AM
Created: September 18, 2020 06:05 AM

Lake George is considering adopting a new law to stop people from burning rubber on village streets. That's in response to an unsanctioned car cruise that took place last week.

The mayor tells NewsChannel 13’s media partners at the Post-Star he met with the Warren County sheriff to discuss what to do.


The annual Adirondack Nationals Car Show was supposed to be held last week, but it was canceled because of the pandemic.

People showed up anyway and burned out in the streets.

A new proposed law would give the Warren County Sheriff's Office the authority to tow vehicles that were doing burnouts, violating vehicle and traffic laws, and damaging the streets in any way.

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