The Heart Of The North Country
Audio Features from 99 Hits FM, Potsdam, NY
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99 News for 2/23/12
99 NEWS FOR 2/23/12
POTSDAM “PADDLER'S MAP” FUNDED—Village Trustees voted Tuesday to spend about 600 dollars from contingency to pay for the creation of a map that guides canoeists and kayakers from Sugar Island on the Racquette River, through Potsdam to Norwood. The map is part of the Village's commitment to the Racquette River Blueway Corridor, the tourism promotion initiative from the Tupper Lake area all the way to Akwesasne. Planning and Development Director Fred Hanss says there will eventually be similar guides for each section of the Corridor. ALSO RELATED TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT—Trustees voted Tuesday to set aside $40,000 in Empire Zone Capital Funds as a match for a grant application to SLRVRA in the hopes of funding the “Ives Park Pavilion” project.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....
REKINDLE OF SUNDAY AFTERNOON CHIMNEY FIRE AT THE RESIDENCE OF STEVEN REITER AND FAMILY ON COUNTY ROUTE 31, WADDINGTON CAUSED MORE SERIOUS DAMAGE TO STRUCTURE
INSULATION REMOVED TO GET AT ELECTRICAL FIRE THAT DAMAGED THE RESIDENCE OF BRAD CLEMENT AND FAMILY ON SCOTCH SETTLEMENT ROAD IN GOUVERNEUR WEDNESDAY NIGHT. DAMAGE TERMED “MODERATE”
WOOD STOVE BLAMED FOR CAUSING FIRE THAT DAMAGED THE BACK PART OF THE GARAGE AT STEVE AND JUDY DEON'S PROPERTY ON ROUTE 11B, POTSDAM WEDNESDAY MORNING
HOGANSBURG COUPLE CHARGED WITH FELONIES ALLEGING THEY TOOK, USED A NEIGHBOR'S CREDIT CARD....22-YEAR-OLD FLOYD AND 22-YEAR-OLD CIERA SMITH RELEASED ON TICKETS
Richard Gero—87--Chase Mills. Services 10am Friday at Church of the Visitation, Norfolk. Calling hours 4-6pm Thursday at Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk