99 NEWS FOR SATURDAY, 11/24/12
POTSDAM TOWN COUNCIL AGREES LAND OFFER NEEDS MORE STUDY—The owner of the vacant property behind the strip mall that holds Tractor Supply, bordered at the rear by the Potsdam-Morley Road wants to give the Town the land for free. The Town has thought of possibly having a water and sewer district there. Supervisor Marie Regan said at this month's Council meeting the loss of the tax revenue to the Town and Potsdam School District, plus the limited viability of the land are serious considerations that must be weighed. Regan says the premise the land has the potential for a ball field or a park does not wash.
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JOSEPH LUGO, CANTON ATM THEFT SUSPECT REMAINS AT LARGE THIS MORNING
5-THOUSAND-DOLLAR STATE GRANT WILL PAY FOR NEW POTSDAM POLICE RADIOS
NORFOLK TOWN TAXPAYERS TO SEE INCREASE OF ALMOST 5 PERCENT, SUPERVISOR CHARLES PERNICE TELLS THE COURIER-OBSERVER THE FIRST DRAFT BUDGET FOR NEXT YEAR HAD 18 PERCENT
Charles Papp—78—Richville, formerly of Norfolk. Services 11am Monday at the Church of The Visitation, Norfolk with calling hours at Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk Sunday 2-4, 6-8pm
Dr. Yuzhuo Li—54—Potsdam, also Germany. Services Tuesday, December 4th at 10am at Clarkson University Cheel Center Barben Room with calling hours at Garner Funeral Home in Potsdam Friday, November 30th 2-4, 7-9pm.