99 NEWS FOR 1/30/13
POTSDAM SCHOOL BOARD FINANCE COMMITTEE CHAIR SKEPICAL OF STATE PENSION STABILIZATION PLAN—Pat Turbett told the rest of the the committee Tuesday the temptation is strong to put more money from fund balance into the budget, with the knowledge the state would keep pension contribution rates even for the next five years. However, he is not secure enough in the state's long-term savings forecast. Potsdam Central is looking at a preliminary, draft deficit of more than a million dollars in 2013-2014.
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WATER MAIN BREAK CLOSED MASSENA CENTRAL SCHOOL TODAY
60-YEAR-OLD STEVEN WELLS, ACCUSED OF STALKING A NORWOOD-NORFOLK MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHER FREE ON BOND
POTSDAM HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR SARA CHOONG SAYS A CAFE-TYPE SCHOOL STORE COULD GENERATE REVENUE FOR PROGRAMS
POTSDAM VILLAGE DPW DIRECTOR BRUCE HENDERSON SAYS SUMMER FESTIVAL WILL BE INTERRUPTED BY IVES PARK RENOVATIONS
SUNY POTSDAM HAS THE FIRST “LITTLE FREE LIBRARY” IN ST.LAWRENCE COUNTY