99 NEWS FOR 4/14/11
POTSDAM TOWN AND VILLAGE GOVERNMENTS COMBINED: $10 MILLION DOLLARS--The inventory of Town and Village services compiled as part of a joint Village-Town dissolution study was presented to the public last night, with input taken. Members of the public expressed a desire to have the most services for their dollars, regardless of the form of government. Police protection and the tax burden were the two topics getting the most play last night. The study will continue until the end of October, 2012.
SUNY POTSDAM PERFORMING ARTS BUILDING PROJECT TO BREAK GROUND APRIL 29TH--The 41-million dollar complex will have a traditional theatre, a black box performance space, and a dance stage. It will be connected to Bishop Hall at the Crane School of Music with a weather-protected corridor
RITCHIE PASSES FIRST AG BILL IN STATE SENATE--48th District representative Patty Ritchie, with the assistance of Ag and Markets Commissioner Darrel Aubertine propose streamlining the process for tree and plant nurseries to make their biennial registrations, by creating a rolling deadline schedule instead of one set date. Ritchie says that will reduce red tape growers have at their peak season. The bill is now headed for committees in the Assembly.
METH LAB PARTS FOUND BEHIND CANTON HI-RISE--Village Police say the remnants of a meth lab believed to have its origin in Rensselaer Falls was found in a dumpster behind the apartment complex at 35 Riverside Drive late yesterday. Further details are pending the outcome of the ongoing investigation.
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360-THOUSAND-DOLLAR GRANT FOR CLARKSON FROM AIR FORCE WILL USE NANO-TECH TO EXAMINE CRACKS IN AIRPLANE FUSELAGES
CLARKSON TO USE NEW MANO-TECH LUMINESCENT MICROSCOPE TO FURTHER BIO-MARKER RESEARCH CONNECTED WITH AUTISM, CANCER TREATMENT
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