CCC Board of Trustees discussing negotiations

PLATTSBURGH -- The Clinton Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. Monday in the board room of the George Moore Academic & Administrative Building on campus.

An executive session will be called immediately to discuss negotiations. It is anticipated that no action will be taken.

Free booklet on pruning trees available

NEBRASKA CITY, Neb. -- Those who care about trees will find advice on pruning and related topics in The National Arbor Day Foundation's free booklet "How To Prune Young Shade Trees."

From pruning in the early years of a tree's life to learning how to strengthen trees by removing branches, this illustrated, easy-to-follow guide offers timely and practical tips.

Other tips cover the best ways to make a pruning cut, how to prune for form and how to maintain a tree's health by removing trouble spots. It also offers such basic advice as how to hold a pair of pruning shears and make cuts at the proper angle.

For your free copy, send your name and address to: How To Prune, National Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, Neb. 68410, or go online at

NCCC Trustees meeting set

SARANAC LAKE -- The North Country Community College Board of Trustees will meet at noon Wednesday in the board room of Hodson Hall on the Saranac Lake campus.

The meeting will be open to the public.

This is to be a regular Board of Trustees meeting with safety and security policy on the agenda. Following that meeting, the Bernier Carr Group will present its findings for an annex to the Saranac Lake main campus, as requested by the sponsoring counties in April. Paper copies of this third-party presentation will be made available upon request within 24 hours after the presentation to the Board of Trustees.

This part of the meeting is also open to the public.

AVCS School Board sets meeting agenda

CLINTONVILLE -- The AuSable Valley Central School Board of Education will meet at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday at the AuSable Valley Middle School-High School in Room C200, in Clintonville.

A regular session will immediately follow the executive session.

The board will consider policy changes, special-education recommendations, Champlain Valley Educational Services Board candidates, acceptance of donations, independent panel report and personnel issues.

The public may attend.

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