99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR MONDAY, 4/26/10
OWENS AT CLARKSON: SUPPORT HIGH AT FEDERAL LEVEL FOR BIOFUELS-RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS--Congressman Bill Owens was shown the wood pellet-fueled boiler in use now at the Walker Center. He says work is underway to get the technologies from the experimental stage to everyday uses. Owens says the fact the pellet boilers are being made in Schenectady and can be used locally without shipping them in from Europe is a good sign.
GOP TREASURER CANDIDATE SAYS FINANCES, NOT POLICY IS TOP PRIORITY--Kevin Felt said at a GOP meet-and-greet in Ogdensburg last week public fiscal policy and advocacy, such as GOP competitir David Button says is the primary function of the St.Lawrence County Treasurer, is not the focus of the office. Felt says accountancy and preparing reports properly is the most important job, as well as advising legislators on what to do.
HUNTING ACCIDENT SUSPECT PLEADS GUILTY TO MISDEMEANOR--43-year-old Ricky Brunelle of Ellenburg Depot admitted in Potsdam Town Court last week he fired the shot that gave 38-year-old Bernard Sharlow of Norwood abdominal injuries last October as they were hunting separately during fog at a site of Dayton Road. Sentencing is slated for May 27th. Brunelle is a state corrections officer in Dannemora; corrections will not discipline him.
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