PLATTSBURGH — Storm-related closures are coming in quickly today.
While as of 10 a.m. today Plattsburgh International Airport was open and operating, PenAir had canceled its flights to Boston, planning to resume service on Sunday.
SUNY Plattsburgh has canceled all main campus classes that start at noon or after. Also, there are no classes today at the college’s branch campus and that office is scheduled to close at noon.
Despite classes being canceled, the main campus will remain open with all dining venues in operation, except Samuel D’s, which closed at 11 a.m.
Also on the main campus, the Student Association shuttle will not operate today, and the parking shuttle will make one final sweep at noon and then cease operations for the day.
Updates may be found on the college’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/sunyplattsburgh or Twitter feed @PlattsburghNews.
Most schools in the area, except Plattsburgh, are closed today. Project CONNECT, the afterschool program for Plattsburgh City Schools, will not open today.
The Bluegrass Gospel Project concert scheduled for tonight at the Peru Community Church Coffeehouse is canceled. The concert may be rescheduled, according to Rod Driscoll, chairman of the Arts Council for the Peru Community Church.
The United Way news conference scheduled for 1 p.m. today has been postponed to Friday, Feb. 15.
Indoor Soccer won't be held tonight at the Crete Center. The City of Plattsburgh is in the process of rescheduling all games, and will email the teams once those dates are set, a press release said.
Saturday's Math Counts competition at Clinton Community College has been postponed. Organizers are hoping to reschedule it for early March.
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