99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 11TH, 2010
POTSDAM TOWN COUNCIL GETS PRO AND CON ARGUMENTS ON OUTDOOR WOOD BOILERS--The Council took input Thursday from area residents concerned about State DEC regulatory proposals on the outdoor furnaces. Comments ranged from concern over particulate matter in the air, to the proposal boilers installed before a certain date would be non-compliant. The Council is expected to deliver the comments to the DEC in a hearing June 23rd at the Town Of Harrietstown Hall in Saranac Lake.
WINDOW SMASHED IN DOMESTIC INCIDENT, CANTON MAN JAILED--Canton Police say 39-year-old Robert Hayes allegedly sent a table through a window, damaged a china cabinet and broke several other items in a dispute about 12:30 this morning on Miner St. Hayes was charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief and other counts, arraigned and jailed on 1500 dollars cash or 3000 dollars bond.
BAR PATRON HEAD-BUTTS BARTENDER, ARRESTED--Potsdam Police arrested 26-year-old Matthew Mallette of Massena late last night after an incident stemming from when he was refused service at a downtown establishment. Mallette was ticketed for harassment and other counts and released to appear in court later.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....DETAILS ABOUT MASSENA MOTEL DRUG BUST SURFACE...DEC CRACKING DOWN ON FIREWOOD REGULATIONS...CANTON-POTSDAM HOSPITAL LOSES THE MOST MONEY IN THE COUNTY IN BUDGET EXTENDER CUTS...AND MORE
Harley Brabon--69--St.Regis Falls. Services Saturday 11am at Hammill Funeral Home in St.Regis Falls. Calling hours today 2-4, 6-8pm.