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July 1, 2014

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Plattsburgh School Board to reorganize for new school year

PLATTSBURGH— The Plattsburgh City School Board scheduled a re-organizational meeting for 7 a.m. today at the Duken School Building.

The agenda includes election of officers and authorizing annual appointments.

A regular meeting will also be held to act on miscellaneous personnel and business items.

The sessions are open to the public.

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City of Plattsburgh alters garbage pickup for July 4 

PLATTSBURGH — There will be no garbage collection by the City of Plattsburgh Public Works Department on Friday, July 4.

Pickup will take place as usual today, Wednesday and Thursday, with Friday’s collection done a day ahead, on Thursday.

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AVCS School Board has full agenda

CLINTONVILLE — The AuSable Valley Central School Board reorganization meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 2, at the Middle School-High School Auditorium in Clintonville.

The board will consider special-education recommendations, school-lunch prices, the Public Library contract, Senior Citizen Club mileage, services for preschool students, board policies, participation in BOCES Summer School 2015 and personnel issues.

The meeting is open to the public.

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Champlain Village Board changes meeting date

CHAMPLAIN — The Champlain Village Board meeting set for Monday, July 14, has been rescheduled to 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 7. 

It will be held at the Village Office, 1104 Route 9, and is open to the public.

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Power-company rights-of-way off limits to public

ROCHESTER — National Grid utility rights-of-way are private property where unauthorized dumping and trespass by motorized vehicles is unlawful, the power company reminds the public. 

“These rights-of-way are a critical part of the company’s electric and gas network,” a press release said. 

“Limiting activities within the corridors protects the public, avoids damage to company facilities and supports the reliability of electric and gas service. 

“These corridors are strictly for authorized National Grid personnel familiar with the facilities and terrain,” said Chad Martin, director of safety for National Grid.

“Dumping of waste and access by off-road vehicles is damaging to the rights-of-way and creates safety hazards for utility personnel and other authorized users.”

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