The Heart Of The North Country
Audio Features from 99 Hits FM, Potsdam, NY
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99 News for 3/14/12
99 NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, 3/14/12
POTSDAM TOWN SUPERVISOR DEFENDS PROJECT FOR NEW TOWN HALL—Marie Regan said last night the Town already has cash on hand to build a one-story structure at 18 Elm Street, so there will be no local taxpayer impact. She also says the 35 Market Street location—now being renovated into a stand-alone court—is too small to hold all Town functions, most recently the addition of a part-time Code Enforcement Assistant. The Town Council held Tuesday its first meeting in the rented former NYSUT space at 12 Elm, where it will be until the new facility is built. The Council saw the blueprints for 18 Elm last night.
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SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES ARRESTED 32-YEAR-OLD CHRISTOPHER HALE OF COAKLEY ROAD IN CANTON YESTERDAY ON THREE FELONY AND THREE MISDEMEANOR CRIMINAL MISCHIEF COUNTS ALLEGING A TIRE-SLASHING SPREE LAST AUGUST ON THE RUSSELL-PYRITES ROAD. HALE ARRAIGNED AND JAILED ON 5000 DOLLARS CASH BAIL OR 10-THOUSAND-DOLLARS BAIL BOND
STATE DEC BRUSH-BURNING BAN STARTS TOMORROW AND RUNS THROUGH MAY 14TH, GROUND IS TINDER-DRY INCREASING THE RISK OF GRASS-BRUSH-FOREST FIRES
95-THOUSAND-DOLLARS TO CLARKSON UNIVERSITY FROM NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH WILL FUND RESEARCH INTO A SHOE-MOUNTED SENSORY DEVICE DESIGNED TO ASSESS THE RISK OF FALLING
Edison Richards, Jr.--Potsdam. Services 11am Friday at Seymour Funeral Home, Potsdam. Calling hours Thursday 2-4, 7-9pm