99 NEWS FOR THURSDAY, 6/21/12
CANTON TOWN PLANNERS COMMIT TO SUPPORT AGRICULTURE—The Planning Board told members of the public gathered for an input session Tuesday they will forward the Town Council recommendations to revise code, so that non-domestic animals and larger gardens would be allowed in residential zoning areas. Planners took nearly an hour-and-a-half of public comments blasting previously-proposed changes of some rurally-zoned parcels to commercial; farmers say would eventually zone them out.
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POTSDAM TOWN COUNCILWOMAN JUDY RICH BLASTED TRUSTEES MONDAY FOR APPROVING CHASON AFFINITY HOUSING COMPLEX PILOT, SAYING THEY WERE LIED TO
WWNY: CANTON POLICE CHIEF BASIL CHENEY RETURNS TO SERGEANT'S POST, SAYS SERGEANT'S PAY IS BETTER. VICTOR RYCROFT TO FILL IN UNTIL NEW CHIEF TAKES OVER
KNIFE INCIDENT ON WATER STREET IN MASSENA SENDS 25-YEAR-OLD BOBBY PAGE, JR. TO COUNTY JAIL
HIGH TEMPERATURES EXPECTED TO BE NEAR-RECORD TODAY, MASSENA FIRE STATION HAS A COLLING STATION OPEN TODAY FROM 10AM-6PM
E. Stanley Howlett III—79—Potsdam. Memorial service 2pm June 27th at Trinity Church, Potsdam. Calling hours at Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam June 26th from 4-8pm
Betty Cox—78--former Potsdam resident. Services 11am Friday at Seymour Funeral Home, Potsdam with calling hours today 2-4, 7-9pm
Lloyd Besaw—85—Waddington. Service 10:30am Friday at St.Mary's Church, Waddington with calling hours at Phillips Memorial Home, Waddington today from 4-8pm
Ralph Millar—87—Massena. Services 11am Tuesday at Donaldson Funeral Home, Massena; calling hours Monday 2-4, 7-9pm with a Masonic service at 7:30pm.
Dorothy Powers—86—Pierrepont. Services 2pm Monday at Pierrepont Hill Cemetery. Arrangements with Buck Funeral Home, Colton