99 NEWS FOR MONDAY, 12/3/12
OFFICIALS SAY LOW-COST POWER IS A “DEAL CLOSER, ” NOT A “DEAL MAKER”--St. Lawrence County IDA Executive Patrick Kelly told a county legislative sub-committee last week having low-cost power allocations in the portfolio has done a lot to broaden the scope of the potential job-generators the IDA is talking to, but it is only a piece of the pie—a company usually comes to the county when all the other incentives are attractive. Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority Executive Wade Davis says a hundred-million-dollar company is interested in the OBPA Industrial Park. He says the “all in” discount of incentives—not including low-cost power—is in the 9-to-10-million-dollar range.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....HEAR HIGHLIGHTS OF THE POTSDAM VILLAGE TREE-LIGHTING CEREMONY AND INFORMATION ABOUT THE “VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS” EXHIBIT AT THE MUSEUM.....CAR STRIKES HOUSE IN EDWARDS, 23-YEAR-OLD COLIN CAMPBELL CHARGED WITH DWI AND DWAI; STATE POLICE REPORT HE ALLEGEDLY “HAD A BAD TRIP”
A Mass of Christian Burial for 68-year-old former US Congressman David O'.B. Martin will be Tuesday morning at 11 at St. Mary's Church, Canton with calling hours today from Noon-8pm at O' Leary Funeral Home, US Highway 11 Canton.
Helen Gaines--106--Louisville, formerly of Potsdam. Services 11am Wednesday at St. Mary's Church in Potsdam with calling hours Tuesday 4-7pm at Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam