99 NEWS FOR FRIDAY, MAY 27TH 2010
POTSDAM SCHOOL DISTRICT MAY BE LOSING MONEY ON ENERGY CONTRACTS--The Board invited engineer Fred Stone, a member-elect who will take office this summer, to join a discussion Tuesday about the energy performance and maintenance contracts it has with Siemens. Stone says the board needs to make sure it knows what it's paying for. He says the school district may be saving 20-thousand dollars on energy costs, but spending 40-thousand on maintenance--a net loss of 20-thousand dollars.
POTSDAM TOWN COUNCIL, VILLAGE TRUSTEES SUPPORT WADDINGTON IN 'ULTIMATE FISHING TOWN' CONTEST--The boards passed a resolution Wednesday giving their support to the town on the St.Lawrence River, as it competes with Roscoe, NY for the World Fishing Network title. The resolution says Waddington is a destination for carp, bass, and northern pike; and that fishing brings a needed boost to the economy.
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23-YEAR-OLD PHILLIP NOBLE OF HERMON ALLEGEDLY BROKE INTO THE NATIONAL GRID SUBSTATION OFF COUNTY ROUTE 21, AND TOOK COPPER. NOBLE CHARGED WITH FELONY CRIMINAL MISCHIEF AND OTHER COUNTS, ARRAIGNED AND JAILED ON 1500 DOLLARS CASHBAIL OR 3-THOUSAND DOLLARS BOND.
THE WOODPECKER IS YOUR FRIEND, WHEN TRYING TO FIND THE EMERALD ASH BORER. CORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION EDUCATOR STEVE VANDERMARK SAYS FINDING WOODPECKERS ON AN ASH TREE IS A SIGN THE BUG IS INSIDE
OGDENSBURG POLICE MAKE FOUR ARRESTS IN 2010 REGAN'S COLLISION TIRE THEFT CASE...29-YEAR-OLD JOSHUA LAROCK, 29-YEAR-OLD BENJAMIN RAMSEY, 24-YEAR-OLD JOSHUA FRAJDA, AND 23-YEAR-OLD PATRICK COMPO ALL CHARGED WITH FELONIES AND JAILED
NEW CLARKSON HEAD HOCKEY COACH CASEY JONES TALKS ABOUT LEADERSHIP, DISCIPLINE--The new Golden Knight coach told reporters at a meet-and-greet Wednesday he asks a lot of his players; what they do without the puck is important.
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