Fort Ti Ferry’s season start could be underwater

THE OWNER OF the historic Fort Ti Ferry said a planned May 1 service launch has been cast in doubt by an ongoing inspection and debris-recovery effort being staged by developers of the Champlain Hudson Power Express, a new cable sending electricity to New York City. Independent photo/Steve James

The Ticonderoga Ferry has dutifully whisked travelers across Lake Chaplain since 1759. A new power line is causing headaches.

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