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January 11, 2013

Of Interest: Jan. 11, 2013

Tax-Aide program delayed due to fiscal-cliff issues

PLATTSBURGH — The Tax-Aide program, which provides free electronic-filing assistance to low- and middle-income taxpayers for their 2012 tax returns, has delayed the start of services.

Because of delays connected with the fiscal-cliff, the Internal Revenue Service is not yet able to accept submissions, according to local Tax-Aide Coordinator Kaye Curry. The program, which sets up at the Clinton County Senior Citizens Center, 5139 North Catherine St., Plattsburgh, had been due to open Jan. 22.

“Our start date is now (Jan.) 28th or 30th,” she said.

Register for

Keeseville

dissolution vote Saturday

KEESEVILLE — The Village of Keeseville will hold Voter Registration Day on Saturday, Jan. 12  from noon to 5 p.m. at the Village Office, 58 Liberty St. for residents who are not registered to vote and want to vote in the upcoming special election on dissolution of the village. The vote will be held on Jan. 22.

Chazy Decoration Contest winners

announced

CHAZY — The Town of Chazy has revealed the winners of this year’s Decoration Contest.

First place in the Residential category goes to Randy and Bonnie Stromback, 561 Slosson Road, West Chazy, who will receive $75 donated by Riley Ford.

Second-place goes to William and Beth Groshans, 1816 Miner Farm Road, Sciota, $25 donated by Duprey Feeds; and third place, Yvonne Ladue 126 Washington Ave., Chazy, $25 donated by Chazy Redemption Center.

Best Christmas Tree: Chazy Lions Club (Stewart’s in Chazy), $25 donated by Samples Lawn & Garden.

Best Business Decorations: Hairstyles Unlimited and Cattle Barn Pub & Grill, $25 each, donated by Guma’s Restaurant.

All winners may pick up envelopes at the Chazy Town Office.

NCCC Board Trustees to hear reports 

SARANAC LAKE — The North Country Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting at noon Tuesday, Jan. 15, in the board room, HH-135, on the Saranac Lake campus, 23 Santanoni Ave.

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