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September 1, 2013

Of Interest: Aug. 31, 2013

Tupper Lake boil-water order lifted

TUPPER LAKE — The boil-water order issued for the Village of Tupper Lake water system Wednesday has been lifted effective 12:35 p.m. today.

The order is no longer necessary based on satisfactory chlorine residuals in the system and satisfactory bacteriological sample results taken Thursday and Friday.

Normal water usage may resume with no restrictions.

Westport Bicentennial logo needed

WESTPORT — Westport’s 2015 Bicentennial Committee is looking for people with a creative ability with colored pencils, pens, markers, etc. who would like to develop artwork to mark the 200-year history of Westport.

They plan to use the selected piece as a logo on promotional materials, letterhead and commemorative items.

The submission should be in color and must be turned in by Oct. 28 to the Westport Town Hall.

People with questions may call the Town Hall at 962-8360.

Board members sought for Youth Commission

JAY — The Towns of Jay and Black Brook are looking to fill vacancies on the Jay/Black Brook Youth Commission Board of Directors.

These are volunteer positions selected by the two town councils. The board members serve as liaisons to the towns and assist the towns in providing recreational activities for the youths of the two communities.

Send a letter of interest by Sept. 20 to: Town of Jay Supervisor’s Office, P.O. Box 730, AuSable Forks, NY 12912.

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