NCCS offers support following student’s death
CHAMPLAIN — Northeastern Clinton High School officials are offering their support to the school community following the death of student Holden R. Provost, 16, of Sciota on Thursday.
Holden was well-liked by students, administrators, faculty and staff and sustained close relationships in the district, which he had attended since elementary school, according to a media release from the district.
“He touched a lot of people here,” NCCS Interim Superintendent A. Paul Scott told the Press-Republican.
In addition, Holden, the son of Craig Provost and Tina McDonald, was a student who enjoyed learning, according to the district, and particularly enjoyed history.
Last July, he made the school’s 10th-grade high honor roll.
“It’s a tragic loss,” Northeastern Clinton High School Principal Steve Gratto told the Press-Republican.
The district stated in the media release it had been informed Holden’s death “was not associated with any communicable disease.”
In the days ahead, Gratto, along with the High School’s counselors and nurse, will strive to be there for Holden’s family, schoolmates and the district employees who worked with him, the release said.
Charges for city towing detailed
PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh City Police Department has released guidelines for tow service operators who remove cars from city streets when it snows.
Operators responding to requests for tow service from authorized employees of the City of Plattsburgh can’t charge more than the following fees and charges plus sales tax, where applicable: for cars and trucks with a gross weight under 8,600 pounds, by means of a tow truck, no more than $80; by means of a dolly or flat bed truck, no more than $90; for responding to a call that ends up canceled, no more than $25; for outdoor vehicle storage, no more than $30 per day; for indoor storage (only if requested), up to $50 per day.