Bicyclists finish the fifth annual Brody’s Buddy ride at the Clinton Central School parking lot on Saturday. The 63-mile ride raises awareness and money for children with Down’s syndrome. About 120 bicyclists and 75 volunteers participated in the event.
CCS modifies capital project
By Brett Fortnam Reporter/Editor The Clinton Central School district has made adjustments to their $7.5 million capital building project to help prevent future flooding. These adjustments were made in response to the estimated $2.4 million flood damage that the middle and high schools sustained in June. The building project was approved by the Board of Education in December 2012 and approved in a public vote in February. . . . Click here to download
CCS has strong fiscal year, finishes $1 million ahead
The preliminary figures for the 2012-2013 fiscal year are in and the Clinton Central School district’s revenues exceeded their expenses by about $1 million. The figures won’t be official until external auditors review the district’s accounts and release a financial statement in September. . . . . . Click here to download
Town and DEC work to develop plan for creek
By Brett Fortnam Reporter/Editor The New York State Department of Conservation (DEC) and the Town of Kirkland have been in talks to approve a comprehensive strategy to reduce the flooding of the Oriskany Creek. . . . . . Click here to download