99 NEWS FOR FRIDAY 3/9/12
POTSDAM PTSO ORGANZING STRONGER PRESENCE IN LOBBYING STATE—The Potsdam Central School Parent-Student Organization is networking to get more people involved in an upcoming second bus trip to Albany to lobby legislators for an aid formula that treats urban and rural schools equally, and for the release of competitive aid money to poor schools that need it. PTSO Vice President Rachel Wallace says the there will be a day where Potsdam Central will not have the reserves or the tax base to avoid being devastated, like Canton would be if the current aid picture holds. Potsdam is facing a 1.4 million-dollar deficit next year with flat aid coupled with rising expenses; Canton 2.5 million.
CIRCUIT BREAKER FAILURE BLAMED FOR FIRE SATURDAY AT ST.LAWRENCE-FDR PROJECT SWITCHYARD
OGDENSBURG JOURNAL: PROSECUTION MISSES DEADLINE, BLAKE PEABODY REMINGTON MUSEUM RING THEFT CASE DISMISSED
POTSDAM PLANNERS SAY NEW PALTZ RENTAL HOUSING GENTRIFICATION PROBLEM WILL LIKELY NOT OCCUR HERE
Ann Davis—81—Potsdam. Services 11am Monday at Potsdam First Presbyterian Church. No Calling hours; arrangements with Seymour Funeral Home, Potsdam
Edna Thomas—82—Pierrepont. Services 11am Tuesday at Lawrence Funeral Home, Canton. Calling hours Monday 5-8pm.