99 NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, 10/12/11
SCOZZAFAVA SAYS ALBANY CULTURE IS CHANGING TO BE MORE CUSTOMER-DRIVEN--Deputy New York Secretary of State for Local Government Dede Scozzafava told hundreds of municipal officials at the SUNY Potsdam Local Government Conference Tuesday state agencies are changing their operations to make sure "...the left hand knows what the right hand is doing," eliminating scenarios such as what happened once when she was in the Assembly--a constituent was fined by one state agency for following the directions of another.
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POTSDAM SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD AND TEACHERS HAVE NEW DEAL; BOARD VOTED 6-1 TUESDAY ON A THREE-YEAR-CONTRACT THAT GIVES RAISES HIGHER THAN STATE-MANDATED STEP, AND INCREASES TEACHER HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUM CONTRIBUTIONS. TEACHERS SAID YES LAST MONTH.
STATE ASSEMBLYWOMAN ADDIE RUSSELL OPENS "NORTH COUNTRY DEPARTMENT STORE" IN INDIAN RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL; LOCAL ITEMS TO BE FEATURED. THE STORE IS THE NEXT STEP IN THE WEB-BASED 'REDISCOVERING YOUR BACKYARD' INITIATIVE
CLARKSON ALUMNI KAREL CZANDERNA AND HUSBAND DAN SHIRKEY ENDOW PHYSICS PROFESSORSHIP
BRASHER RESIDENT 18-YEAR-OLD ADAM AUBREY ARRESTED, JAILED IN CONNECTION WITH RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES IN LAWRENCE, BRASHER
Joint funeral service for Charles S. and Shirley J. Mc.Grath, formerly of Norfolk will be held 10am Saturday at St.Andrew's Church, Norwood. Calling hours at Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk Friday 3-7pm.