99 NEWS FOR 12/9/11
ALL PRIORITY PROJECTS FUNDED IN 103.2 MILLION-DOLLAR AWARD TO THE NORTH COUNTRY--"C-Speed" developing turbulence-resistant radar, an LED lighting technology venture in Ogdensburg, water capacity infrastructure improvements for the Kinney Drug warehouse in Gouverneur, the North Country Pastured portable slaughterhouse project, restoration of the Newton Falls rail, and regional marketing-branding all received partial or complete funding yesterday as the region won as having one of the top 4 economic development plans in the state. There are several other priority projects, but the aforementioned have a direct impact on St.Lawrence County. Consolidated Funding Applications to state agencies for Potsdam projects also got funded....housing rehab, a county Arts Council micro-enterprise loan program, and planning for the downtown waterfront revitalization project.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....
CRASH IN THE FRANKLIN COUNTY TOWN OF BRANDON WEDNESDAY KILLED BRUSHTON-MOIRA BASKETBALL PLAYER BROOK LYON, SERIOUSLY INJURED TWO OTHER TEENS
ASSEMBLYMAN KEN BLANKENBUSH SAYS ANYONE MAKING LESS THAN 30-THOUSAND-DOLLARS SHOULD PAY NO STATE INCOME TAX
JOHN CLARK, 64 OF DEKALB CHARGED WITH AGGRAVATED DWI AFTER SUV ROLLOVER AT THE 56-68 INTERSECTION IN COLTON WEDNESDAY
72-YEAR-OLD DONALD BLOUNT OF CANTON CHARGED WITH MISDEMEANORS ALLEGING SEXUAL ABUSE OF A 15-YEAR-OLD BOY
Mitchell "Mike" Anson--61--Russell resident. Services 11am Sunday at O'Leary Funeral Home, Canton. Calling hours saturday 2-4, 7-9pm