The Heart Of The North Country
Audio Features from 99 Hits FM, Potsdam, NY
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99 News for 10/12/12
99 NEWS FOR FRIDAY, 10/12/12
SMALL CHANGES MEAN BIG ENERGY SAVINGS FOR POTSDAM CENTRAL SCHOOL—Cost Savings Committee Chair Tom Hobbs told the Board of Education Tuesday moves to cut down on appliance usage and switching to LED lights led to a 9-to-10 percent reduction in kilowatt usage, that brought the electric bill for August down by between 4-and-6-thousand dollars....roughly half what it was the same time last year. Committee member Fred Stone says the kilowatt savings resulted in the school district going into a lower rate bracket.
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COUNTY CONSERVATIVE COMMITTEE CHAIR HANK FORD RESPONDS TO CRITICISM BY ASSEMBLY CANDIDATE KAREN BISSO CAMPAIGN MANAGER RUSS FINLEY'S CLAIM OF ONE-MAN RULE, FORD SAYS “CONSIDER THE SOURCE”
POTSDAM VILLAGE MAYOR STEVE YURGARTIS MAKES FORMAL REQUEST TO TOWN COUNCIL TO EXEMPT THE VILLAGES OF BOTH POTSDAM AND NORWOOD FROM PARTS 3 AND 4 OF THE TOWN HIGHWAY BUDGET, CITING EQUITY ISSUE. TOWN COUNCILMAN MIKE ZAGROBELNY BLASTS YURGARTIS, SAYING THE TOWN AND VILLAGE SHARE MUCH
14 FIRE AND RESCUE SQUADS TO BE IN OGDENSBURG MASS CASUALTY DRILL SUNDAY
MARKET LANES IS THE LATEST “PRIDE IN POTSDAM” NOMINEE
Joan James—67—Parishville. Services 11am Thursday, October 18th at Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam with calling hours Thursday morning from 9am until the service.