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September 16, 2013

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Street rehabilitation on in Saranac Lake

SARANAC LAKE — The Village of Saranac Lake Public Works Department will flushing the sewer main on Dorsey Street starting at 4 a.m. Tuesday.  

Starting Monday, according to a village press release, Luck Brothers will be excavating for the new curb and sidewalk on Olive Street and will continue to do so through the entire week. 

Olive Street will be closed to all through traffic day and night in order for work to be done during the day, and residents are asked to park on the street at night if their driveway has been impacted by the street work. 

Those who do park on Olive Street during this time are asked that their vehicles be moved no later than 7 a.m. the next day in order for work to continue. 

Starting the week of Sept. 23, Public Works will be flushing hydrants throughout the village and Town of Harrietstown. Residents are expected to have some water discoloration. 

Crews will be paving Riverside Drive, Birch Street, Fawn Street and Olive Street Monday, Sept. 30 through Friday, Oct. 4, pending weather. 

Residents can expect some travel delays on those streets.

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LPSC considers sports merger

LAKE PLACID — The Lake Placid Central School Board meets next at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Board of Education Conference Room, Administrative Services Center, 50 Cummings Road, Lake Placid.

Agenda items include a sports merger, Adirondack Farm to School Initiative Presentation and budget status report.

The public is encouraged to attend.

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SLCS Board set to meet Wednesday

SARANAC LAKE — The Saranac Lake Central School Board meets from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18, in Petrova library.

Agenda items include personnel, student placements, action on a resolution authorizing approval of the Special Education Program Review and a presentation on re-registration to the STAR program.

The session is open to the public. 

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