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January 12, 2013

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CCC Board of Trustees meeting scheduled

PLATTSBURGH — Clinton Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15, in the Stafford Building, Room 110T.

The agenda items include a presentation on online registration, as well as financial, administrative and personnel reports.

The meeting is open to the public.

Free income-tax prep offered in Lake Placid

LAKE PLACID — Free personal tax computation and filing will be offered again this year by local American Association of Retired People volunteers. 

“We expect to begin about the end of January,” said Carol Pinney, one of the preparers. 

There is no charge for the service, which will be provided at the Lake Placid Public Library. It is available to everyone regardless of age or income.

Those wishing to use the AARP program should call the library at 523-3200 and leave their name. A representative of the organization will call back to set a time and date and instructions on what information to bring.

The tax preparers are fully recertified each year to keep up with the ever-changing federal and state tax laws. The returns are submitted by email, which is the method preferred by the IRS, and taxpayers receive a folder containing hard copies for their files.

Saranac Central Board to discuss budget status

SARANAC — The Saranac Central School Board will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15, at the District Office in Dannemora.

The board contemplates will hold an executive session to discuss the employment history of particular personnel. The regular meeting will reconvene at about 6:45 p.m. Some of agenda items include the extracurricular quarterly report, budget status report and the employment of particular persons. 

A complete agenda is available at the District Office and at www.saranac.org. 

The public is encouraged to attend.

NYSEG stray-voltage testing on tap

ROCHESTER — New York State Electric and Gas is beginning a new round of stray-voltage testing that will continue through the year. 

The testing is required by the New York State Public Service Commission.

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