on Monday, 08 October 2012.
Oneida County Sheriff’s Office reports that a Rome woman was sent to the hospital Friday evening after a two car accident in the City of Rome. Wendy Chargo of Rome was traveling East on River Road near the intersection of Route 365 when a vehicle traveling West, driven by 51 year old William Iffert of Clinton, crossed over the center line striking the side of Chargo’s vehicle. Iffert then left the scene of the accident. Later Iffert and his vehicle were located on River Road near Taft Road by the Rome Police Dept. Iffert was arrested for DWI and received traffic tickets for failture to keep right and leaving the scene of a personal injury accident. Chargo was transported to Rome Memorial Hospital by Am Care Ambulance with complaints of neck and back pain. Rome Police Dept, Rome Fire Dept, and Am Care assisted at the scene.
Tipping fees at the Lowville transfer site are going up. The Lewis County Board of Legislators unanimously approved a $3-per-ton increase on residential and commercial waste from $76 to $79. The new price goes into effect January 1st. Officials stated that the increase is to reflect the Development Authority of the North Country increasing their tipping fee $5 per ton. Lewis County enacted a $2-per-ton increase in June. The Board of Legislators also decided to cut funding to the Lewis County Chamber of Commerce for the I Love NY program by 10% Legislators have also asked county Departments to cut 10% from their budgets for 2013 according to Watertown Media Sources.
We continue with Boonville Mayor Michael Kramer, who discusses the outcome of a recent meeting that was held to discuss the future of the village & town.
Mayor Kramer discusses when the next meeting will be held tomorrow.
We spoke with Jen Shoemaker of the Boonville Economic Development Committee, who discusses an upcoming Syracuse University study on Boonville.
We discuss the latest on revitalizing the Ethan Allen plant tomorrow.
on Saturday, 06 October 2012.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputies arrested a woman after she allegedly cut her husband's neck following an argument at the Ft. Drum Studio-tels on Route 12 early Thursday morning. 24 year old Samantha Webb was charged with first degree assault, arraigned in Watertown city court and committed to jail on $10,000 bail. Her 30 year old husband Henry Carter was treated for his injury at Samaritan Medical Center and released.
A 61 year old Carthage man was charged by Jefferson County Sheriffs deputies numerous violations after he was pulled over Thursday afternoon on Bridge Street in West Carthage. Deputies report that Gregory M. Mower of Rt 26 was observed speeding on Rt 26. After the deputy activated his patrol car's emergency lights, Mr. Maurer pulled onto the shoulder but kept driving at 35 mph half on the shoulder and half in the driving lane, according to police papers. Maurer then put his hand out his window and motioned for the deputy to pass him and continued driving at between 35 and 45 mph on the shoulder until reaching McDonald's where he immediately jumped out of his vehicle and walked towards the restaurant where he was arrested after being allowed to use the restroom. At that time a strong odor of alcohol was detected deputies said. He refused to submit to a breath test. He was charged with driving while intoxicated, speeding 72 mph in a 55-mph zone, refusal to take a breath test, driving across a hazard marking, improper passing and failure to comply. He was previously convicted of driving while ability impaired in Jan. of 2009, deputies said. Maurer is summoned to appear Nov. 8 in Champion Town Court.
The Lewis County Sheriff's Office arrested a Village of Lowville woman early this morning. 23 year old Jen Moore was ticketed after deputies responded to a domestic dispute on Elm Street in the Village of Lowville. A marijuana smoking device was allegedly located in plain view inside the apartment, reportedly along with a small bag of the drug on Moore's person. She was issued an appearance ticket for unlawful possession of marijuana, returnable to Village Court at a later date.
Soldiers and the public are not at risk following an update about a Fort Drum disposal site first used in the 1940s and the post's Gasoline Alley area. The DEC issued a public notice about the 203-acre site, which is located on the corner of post near Oneida Avenue and Great Bend Road. The redefined listing will include two areas: the old sanitary landfill, which was sealed to DEC standards in 2008 & another spot that is being investigated for bothgroundwater and soil vapor contamination. A State Health Department Spokesperson stated that the site does not pose any health risk for the surrounding public. Management of the site is being returned tothe state Superfund Program, which labels and cleans sites where significantamounts of waste may be.
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