Press-Republican

Briefs

July 27, 2013

Of Interest: July 27, 2013

Fair Talent Contest winners listed

PLATTSBURGH — The winners of the 2013 Clinton County Fair Talent Contest have been chosen.

In the 12 and Under category, singer Aubrie Girard of Plattsburgh took first place; singer Seana Gambill of Hogansburg, second place; and clogger Noah Fakir of Malone, third place.

In the Adult category, singer Gabrielle Rabideau of Morrisonville took first place; singer Brooke Russell of Brushton, second place; and singer Taylor LaValley, third place.

+++++

Housing Authority offers rent assistance

PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh Housing Authority will accept rental-assistance applications for its Housing Choice Voucher Program, effective Aug. 14. 

Applications will be available at the administrative office, located at 4817 South Catherine St., from noon to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. 

Applicants must meet eligibility criteria set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, including income limits.

+++++

Jay Town Council to hold special meeting Tuesday

JAY — The Jay Town Council will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, at the Town Offices, 11 School Lane, AuSable Forks.

The council plans to pass a $200,000 bond for the AuSable Forks–Black Brook Joint Sewer Project.

This meeting is open to the public and all interested parties are invited to attend and participate.

+++++

Dannemora Democrats to consider candidates

DANNEMORA — The Dannemora Democrat Party will choose candidates for fall elections at its caucus at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 6, in the QWL Activity Building in Dannemora.

Town of Dannemora offices to be voted on include supervisor, two Town Council seats, highway superintendent, clerk/tax collector and justice.

All town Democrats are being encouraged to attend.

+++++

Wipes clog Chazy wastewater pumps

CHAZY — The disposal of flushable wipes has been causing problems for the Chazy sewer system.As a result, the Town of Chazy sent out a letter to users on the system asking them not to flush them down the toilet.“Yeah, they’re flushable, but they raise heck with the plumbing system,” Town Supervisor Staub Spiegel said.

Text Only | Photo Reprints
Briefs
Videos: Editor Picks
Disabled Veterans Memorial Nearing Completion Last Mass Lynching in U.S. Remains Unsolved Home-sharing Programs Help Seniors Ex-NYC Mayor: US Should Allow Flights to Israel Clinton: "AIDS-Free Generation Within Our Reach" Judge Ponders Overturning Colo. Gay Marriage Ban Airlines Halt Travel to Israel Amid Violence NYPD Chief Calls for 'use of Force' Retraining VA Nominee McDonald Goes Before Congress Bush: Don't Worry, Sugarland Isn't Breaking Up US Official: Most Migrant Children to Be Removed Police Probing Brooklyn Bridge Flag Switch CDC Head Concerned About a Post-antibiotic Era Raw: First Lady Says `Drink Up' More Water Courts Conflicted Over Healthcare Law Holder Urges Bipartisanship on Immigration Raw: Truck, Train Crash Leads to Fireball US Airlines Cancel Israel Flights Obama Signs Workforce Training Law Crash Victims' Remains Reach Ukraine-held City
CVPH Job Opportunities