99 NEWS FOR TUESDAY, 1/31/12
WATER LEVELS WATCHDOG SAYS HOPES ARE HIGH NEW IJC PLAN DOES WHAT IT SAYS--Daulton Foster of Massena, the former US chairman on a cross-border study in the early to mid-2000's on Seaway water levels done by the International Joint Commission, told us Monday the new approach released by the IJC seems to follow a more natural, seasonally-harmonious pattern to control levels along the Seaway in the Lake Ontario-St.Lawrence River system, improving on "Plan B" released after the study was complete in 2005. Foster says recreational boating is one of the main concerns.
MASSENA POLICE ARREST 17-YEAR-OLD JORDAN PAIGE MONDAY ON A FELONY WEAPON CHARGE ALLEGING HE POSSESSED A HOME-MADE BOMB INTENDING TO HARM PEOPLE AT AN ICE RINK. PAIGE WAS ARRAIGNED AND JAILED
POTSDAM POLICE CHIEF ED TISCHLER ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT EFFECTIVE MARCH 31ST, PLANS TO BECOME A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR
STATE ASSEMBLY SPEAKER SHELDON SILVER PROPOSES $8.50 MINIMUM WAGE INDEXED TO C-P-I, SAYS NOBODY CAN BASE THEIR FUTURE ON $7.25, THE CURRENT.
CANTON SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTERS TO DECIDE TODAY 12-8PM ON PROPOSED SLATE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
MOHAWK SCHOOL EVACUATED FOR A TIME MONDAY AS SMOKE WAS FOUND IN BASEMENT, ROUTE 37 BLOCKED OFF EAST AND WEST DURING SCENARIO
Joseph Brockway--85--Pierrepont. Services in the spring at St.Patrick's Church, Colton. Arrangements are with Buck Funeral Home, Colton
Donald Deshane, Jr. ("Duck")--52--Brasher Iron Works. No sevices or calling hous; arrangements are with Hammill Funeral Home in Winthrop