99 NEWS FOR THURSDAY, 9/29/11SD
SENECA FALLS OFFICIALS TO MEET WITH PUBLIC IN POTSDAM TO DISCUSS DISSOLUTION ISSUES--Tim Connolly, Chair of the Potsdam Town-Village Dissolution Study Committee has organized an event next Tuesday night at 7 in the Community Room of the Potsdam Civic Center with officials from both the Village and Town of Seneca Falls, so they can relate their perspectives on dissolution. Seneca Falls Village voters voted to dissolve the Village form of government last year; the Village will cease to exist in January, with only a consolidated Township. Potsdam Village voters have a November general election ballot proposition to decide whether or not to do the same thing.
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STATE SENATOR JOE GRIFFO SAYS HE HOPES CLARKSON AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS LOCALLY BENEFIT FROM A MULTI-BILLION-DOLLAR INVESTMENT IN NANO-SCALE COMPUTER CHIP RESEARCH
CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE MATT DOHENY TOLD 99 NEWS HE FEELS THE OBAMA JOBS PLAN IS "TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE," SOME OF IT GOOD AND A LOT OF IT BAD
Lawrence Miller--70--longtime former owner of Norwood Bakery. Services 10am Saturday at Seymour Funeral Home, Potsdam. Calling hours Friday 7-9pm.