August 24, 2013

Of Interest: Aug. 24, 2013

Boil-water orderlifted in Black Brook

BLACK BROOK — The Clinton County Health Department has lifted a boil-water order for Black Brook Water District No. 1.

Two water samples, collected on Tuesday and Wednesday, showed no total coliform bacteria, the Health Department said.

PSU students move in today; street pattern changed

PLATTSBURGH — Traffic runs only westerly today on the stretch of Rugar Street that runs through the SUNY Plattsburgh campus as students move into their dorms for the fall semester.

The one-way traffic pattern, beginning at 7 a.m. and ending at 7 p.m., is designed to ensure the safety of students and their families.

Motorists traveling along Rugar Street between Memorial Hall and the Sanborn Avenue Extension will be able to go only west toward Plattsburgh High School.

Those traveling in an easterly direction — toward Lake Champlain — will find the street closed at the intersection with Sanborn Extension. They will be diverted along Sanborn to Park Avenue to Draper Avenue and then onto Broad Street.

Sanborn Extension will also temporarily become a one-way street. Individuals will be permitted to drive only from Rugar Street toward Park Avenue.

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