99 NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, 9/7/11
ST.LAWRENCE COUNTY CLERK SAYS DEPARTMENTS ARE PREPARING FOR HARDER TIMES—Gavin Regan, the Democrat seeking a full term this Novenber told 99 News Monday what a lot of people don't understand is that a 9.5 percent tax hike next year, let alone a tax-cap plan, is still devastating to county departments, which is why he and staff are working to save money by eliminating a deputy's position and by electronic billing. Regan is running against Republican Mary Lou Rupp.
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Leora Oakes—70--Services 10am Saturday at St. Patrick's Church, Brasher Falls. Calling hours at Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop Friday 2-4, 6-8pm.
Joseph Gibson—51--North Lawrence. Services Thursday at 2pm at Hammill Funeral Home in St.Regis Falls. Calling hours Thursday 1-2pm at the funeral home.