99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR WEDNESDAY, 9/22/10
POTSDAM TRUSTEE SKEPTICAL OF AIRPORT EXPENSE--the Village Board voted unanimously Monday to spend about 5-thousand dollars to leverage about 200-thusand dollars of Federal grant funds for a study toward removing flight obstructions at Damon Field. Village Administrator Mike Weil says the removal of tall trees is essential to clear the airport for flight in poor visual conditions. Trustee Steve Yurgartis voted yes, but it's still 5-thousand dollars and the output for the expenditure must be scrutinized. He feels it's an awful lot of money for cutting down trees. Trustees Ruth Garner and George George Regan say 5-thousand dollars is a small price to pay to maintain a facility responsible for keeping over 200 airport-dependent jobs in the area.
POOR DISPOSAL OF SMOKING MATERIALS BLAMED FOR FIRE THAT GUTTED 29 LAWRENCE AVENUE
MASSENA STATE POLICE 'FIVE MOST WANTED' SUSPECT ROBERT BISHOP PICKED UP AND JAILED ON BOTH VILLAGE, STATE WARRANTS TUESDAY
NEW YORK STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES ON BOARD WITH INTERSTATE-98 PROJECT, GIVES UNANIMOUS SUPPORT
OGDENSBURG WOMAN, TINA MACCARONI ARRESTED ON SECOND AGGRAVATED DWI CHARGE IN LESS THAN A MONTH, JAILED.
TEA PARTY CHAIR SAYS HOFFMAN CAN'T WIN IN NOVEMBER, UNLESS HE PULLS OFF 'A MIRACLE'
William Wagstaff, Sr.--77--Norfolk. Services 10am Thursday at Church of The Visitation, Norfolk. No public calling hours; arrangements are with Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk.