99 NEWS FOR FRIDAY, 3/25/11
DOWNTOWN POTSDAM APARTMENT DWELLERS SEEK PARKING SOLUTIONS--Trustees were approached in public comments Monday by Kane Striker, Residence Life representative for tenants in the apartments above the Clarkson University Bookstore on Market Street. Striker says many downtown bar-goers use overnight parking spaces, go home late and pick their vehicles up in the morning, leaving apartment tenants nowhere to park in most cases if they come home from late-night study on the hill campus or traveling from home far away; and if they do get a space it's not designated for overnight and a ticket is issued. The matter has been referred to the Village's parking committee composed of Trustees, Police, and Public Works.
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ST.LAWRENCE COUNTY CONSERVATIVES WANT PRESSURE APPLIED, MORE THAN LOBBYING TO GET CASINO COMPACT MONEY RELEASED
COUNTY DEMOCRATS ENDORSE GAVIN REGAN FOR COUNTY CLERK, FIRST DEMOCRAT IN HISTORY TO HOLD THE SEAT RUNNING FOR ELECTION TO A FULL TERM VERSUS REPUBLICAN-CONSERVATIVE MARY LOU RUPP
HARRISVILLE MAN, 44-YEAR-OLD KRISS WHITNEY ARRESTED AFTER HIGH-SPEED CHASE FROM DIANA TO PITCAIRN TO FOWLER SPANNING LEWIS AND ST.LAWRENCE COUNTIES. WHITNEY ARRAIGNED AND JAILED WITHOUT BAIL
FEMALE OCCUPANT, PUPPIES ESCAPE SAFELY FROM BURNING HOUSE ACROSS FROM CANTON CENTRAL SCHOOL AT 82 STATE STREET THURSDAY AFTERNOON
POTSDAM MAN PICKED UP IN PLATTSBURGH FOR FELONY DWI AND MANY OTHER COUNTS WEDNESDAY, 47-YEAR-OLD JAMES MULDOON ARRAIGNED AND JAILED IN CLINTON COUNTY WITHOUT BAIL
POTSDAM ROTARY DONATES OVER 800 DOLLARS WORTH OF BACKPACKS AND SCIENTIFIC CALCULATORS FOR NEEDY CHILDREN SERVED BY POTSDAM NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER
John Haney, Jr.--53--St.Regis Falls. Services this afternoon at 2 at Hammill Funeral Home, St.Regis Falls. Calling hour from 1-2pm. (obituary repeated from yesterday as correction to add "Jr.")