on Monday, 09 December 2013.
A series of sessions on Affordable Healthcare will be held this week. We spoke with Tom Julian from Fidelis Healthcare, who has more.
We will have more on the program tomorrow.
We spoke with Mary Kimbrell from Lewis County Public Health, who has more on diabetes awareness.
A 33 year old Lowville man was acquitted on charges that he sold heroin last December. According to the Court Report from the Johnson Newspapers, Andrew Meda was found not guilty on charges of third-degree criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance. He was accused of selling heroin on December 10th in the village of Lowville. Meda was also one of 10 people arrested in April as part of Operation Spring Sweep, which was a two-year investigation by village, state and county authorities involving the sale of narcotics, most of them prescription drugs. Acting Lewis County Judge Donald Todd presided over the 2½-day trial.
A hearing in the case of a 40 year old Watertown woman accused of causing a motor vehicle crash that killed Lewis County's senior planner has been set for early January. According to the Court Report from the Johnson Newspapers, a Huntley hearing has been scheduled for January 9th in the case of Deborah Aguirre-Kerwin. The hearing is designed to determine whether statements made to police were given voluntarily. Aguirre-Kerwin is charged with aggravated vehicular manslaughter, second-degree manslaughter, DWAI/drugs, criminal possession of a controlled substance 7th degree, failure to keep right and driving left of pavement markings. She was accused of being under the influence of drugs when driving into the path of anoncoming vehicle being driven by Renee Beyer on Route 12 in the Town of Harrisburg. Beyer died from her injuries.
A 19 year old Croghan man was charged with unlawful possession of alcohol by a person under 21. StatePolice report that Corey Lyndaker was charged stemming from an incident Friday night on Erie Canal Road. He will answer the charge in the Town of New Bremen Court.
2 Harrisville teenagers were charged with conspiracy 6th degree & endangering the welfare of a child. Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies report that the 2 teens, whose names were not released due to their ages, were charged after Deputies responded to Harrisville Central School on a report of 2 students exchanging money for the promise of marijuana being delivered to a residence after school hours. Both students will answer their charges in court at a later date.
The Adirondack Central School Board of Education will be holding their Regular meeting tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the Middle School cafeteria. As we reported last week, the Hawkinsville Dam will be discussed at tonight's Town of Boonville Board meeting, which gets underway tonight at 7 p.m. in the Town & Village Offices.
Congressman Bill Owens announced the government will extend a program that will save tax dollars by greening government operations. According to U.S. Department of Energy, the federal government annually spends approximately $6 billion on energy costs and owns and operates nearly 3 billion square feet of federalbuilding space. The president has agreed to extend for three years a 2011 program that originally challenged federal agencies to use $2 billion of private-sector financing and expertise to make efficiency upgrades. The program directs government agencies to use Energy Savings Performance Contracts and Utility energy Service Contracts to retrofit government buildings with measures that reduce energy use. Agencies that use this program pay for the upgrades with the funds saved by undertaking them. Contractors are not paid for the work until the savings they identify are realized. Examples of projects include small steps like installing programmable thermostats and sensors that turn off lights in empty rooms. Larger steps include using biofuels at government facilities.
Healthcare forum to be held
Diabetes awareness program being held
Lowville man acquitted on drug charges
Hearing scheduled for driver in fatal accident
Croghan teen charged with alcohol possession
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