99 NEWS FOR TUESDAY, 3/1/11
SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT SALARIES ARE 'FREE-MARKET BASED,' RUSSELL SAYS--118th Assembly District Representative Addie Russell told 99 News Monday schools chose their superintendents, based on their own needs and wants, and potential superintendents choose to apply to districts--so the state setting salary caps messes with that system. She says she is not sure yet how she would vote on legislation to be introduced by Governor Cuomo that sets superintendent caps for small districts at 125-thousand-dollars. She says few local districts would be affected
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....ICY ROADS CAUSE ACCIDENTS MONDAY...PICK-UP CRASH ON COUNTY ROUTE 38 IN NORFOLK INJURED PASSENGER 35-YEAR-OLD TODD BEMIS OF MASSENA, DRIVER 37-YEAR-OLD MICHAEL GONYOU OF MASSENA TICKETED...NORTH LAWRENCE MAN WITH A HISTORY OF WRONGDOING, 21-YEAR-OLD ERVIN FRANCIS IV JAILED FOR 180 DAYS IN CONNECTION WITH DEER-JACKING CONVICTIONS...RETIRED SALMON RIVER SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT GLENN BELLINGER EXPIRES, 59, WAS A DEFENDANT IN 'THANKSGIVING ADDRESS' LITIGATION...122ND ASSEMBLY DISTRICT OFFICE OF KEN BLANKENBUSH MOVES FROM GOUVERNEUR TO WEST CARTHAGE, EFFECTIVE TODAY
Thomas Sharpe--69--Ogdensburg. Services private, no calling hours. Arrangements with Phillips Memorial Home, Waddington.