99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR TUESDAY, 5/24/11
WADDINGTON TRAILING IN W-F-N CONTEST, BUT GAINS OVER 900 VOTES IN LESS THAN THREE HOURS--The community on the St.Lawrence River was behind Roscoe, NY in the World Fishing Network "Ultimate Fishing Town" competition by over a thousand votes at 6:00 sign-on time this morning...but saw a massive gain. At the time of this update, 8:35am, Waddington was at 122,609 votes to Roscoe's 122,716. The two towns are competing for online votes to win the honor of the Ultimate Fishing Town in the USA, and the 25-thousand dollar prize that goes with it. To cast your vote online, get on the web site http://www.wfnfishingtown.com. The deadline is May 31st, with the winner announced June 6th.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY...
POTSDAM PLANNERS ANTICIPATE ROUTE 11 NORTH CORRIDOR WILL BE DISCUSSED AGAIN THIS SUMMER IN COMPREHENSIVE PLAN PROCESS; PARCEL ACROSS FROM SCHOOLS CONTROVERSIAL AS TRUSTEES PASSED EXCEPTIONS TO ZONING FOR NYSUT BUILDING PROJECT LAST YEAR
SENATOR JOE GRIFFO'S BILL MAKING SEXUAL ABUSE BY A PERSON OVER 21 UPON A CHILD YOUNGER THAN 13 FIRST DEGREE SEXUAL ABUSE SIGNED INTO LAW BY GOVERNOR CUOMO
WAR OF 1812 COMMEMORATIVE COMMISSION BILL FROM 118TH DISTRICT ASSEMBLYWOMAN ADDIE RUSSELL PASSES HER CHAMBER, NOW HEADED FOR SENATE
ST.LAWRENCE COUNTY LEGISLATURE FINANCE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS DOUBLING ONE-WAY BUS FARE FROM 2 TO 4 BUCKS
Jean Jeffrey--74--former Norfolk-Raymondville resident. Services 3pm Friday at 3pm at Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk. Calling hours Friday 1-3pm