99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR SATURDAY, 7/23/11
PLENTY OF OPPORTUNITIES REMAIN TO GIVE INPUT ON POTSDAM DISSOLUTION STUDY AND PLAN--Study Committee Member and Potsdam Town Councilman Michael Zagrobelny said Wednesday in a public forum on the document that Village Trustees will hold hearings on the document, in preparation for mounting a November ballot proposition on whether Village residents want dissolution or not. He says attendance and input at those sessions is perhaps more important than the input given at sessions held by the Committee, as Trustees are the ones that ultimately make the proposition decision. Trustees are believed to be leaning toward sending the proposition to the voters, however Trustees do make that decision by voting and that outcome cannot be assumed.
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ROBERT MOSES BEACH IN MASSENA ONE OF THOSE ORDERED OPEN BY GOVERNOR CUOMO UNTIL 8 TONIGHT SO THE PUBLIC CAN BEAT THE HEAT
ADMINISTRATOR FOR MULTI-MILLION-DOLLAR, GRANT-FUNDED REGIONAL HEALTH CARE NETWORK SAYS THE PROJECT OPENS UP CAPABILITIES THAT PROVIDERS HAVE NOT HAD, SUCH AS MOVING X-RAYS AND OTHER HIGH-MEGABYTE INFORMATION QUICKLY
MASSENA TOWN SUPERVISOR JOE GRAY SAYS THE NORTH COUNTRY IS AGAIN GETTING SHORTED WHEN COMPARED WITH DOWNSTATE, THIS TIME BY VERIZON
POTSDAM POLICE INVESTIGATING BREAK-IN AT THE CLARKSON UNIVERSITY BASEBALL FIELD SHED; FURNITURE TAKEN. ANYONE WITH INFOMATION CALL 265-2121