on Monday, 20 May 2013.
A 23 year old Copenhagen man has been charged under Leandra's Law. Lowville Police report that Jonathan Monica was charged after a complaint that he was possibly driving while intoxicated. Following a traffic stop on West State Street, Police determined that he allegedly was intoxicated with 3 children in the vehicle, 1reportedly 2 years of age & the other 2 approximately 1 month of age. Monica was charged with failure to keep right, failure to signal a turn within 100 feet, DWI, driving with a blood/alcohol content of 0.08% or more, 3 counts of aggravated DWI under Leandra's Law, & 3 counts of endangering the welfare of a child. All charges are returnable to Village of Lowville Court at a later date.
A 1-vehicle accident led to charges for a 20 year old Arlington, Virginia man. Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol reports that the accident occurred on Lake Julia Road in the Town of Remsen when Mevlin Mckeller drove off the right shoulder of the roadway & struck a tree. Mckeller was transported from the scene to St. Elizabeth's hospital by a third party & was charged with DWI, returnable to Town of Remsen Court at a later date.
A 26 year old Boonville man was charged with harassment 2nd degree. Boonville Police report that James Orona was charged with allegedly subjecting another person to physical contact during an altercation on May 5th in the parking lot of the Boonville Nice N Easy. Orona was arraigned in the Village of Boonville Court & was released on his own recognizance.
An organizational meeting for the Boonville Farmers' Market will be held Thursday. Organizers will hold the meeting at 7 p.m. at the Exhibit Hall at the Oneida County Fair Grounds. The Market will start its 4th year on June 20th in a new location. After previously being held along the canal behind the Nice 'n' Easy, the Farmers Market will now be held at the Fairgrounds. The organizational meeting will give vendors the opportunity to see the new site location as well as announce special Market events that will be held during the season and to welcome new vendors to the Market. The meeting is open to the public. Previous vendors as well as anyone who is interested in becoming a vendor should plan to attend.
Initial work on the Lewis County General Hospital Dialysis Project will begin this week. Hospital officials have awarded contracts to construct an addition to the Medical Arts Building that will accommodate an eight station outpatient clinic, with a full basement, and include a new entrance into the main lobby area. Approximately 1000 square feet of adjoining space in the Medical Arts Building will also be renovated and included in the Dialysis Suite. The project's general contractor and a crew from National Grid are scheduled to start work on the project today with the work site to be secured in a temporary fenced enclosure to secure the site and start work on installing underground storm drainage infrastructure. Pedestrian traffic will be barricaded from the work zone throughout the duration of the project & will result in the loss of a few handicap parking spots. Handicap parking will remain available in the main entrance and on the number three road side just outside the Children's Clinic/Rehab entrance. In addition, the capability to drive across campus from NYS Route #26 to the Number 3 Road will be periodically interrupted when excavations are underway. The construction goals are to have the new addition weathered in by October, with interior finish work and installation of dialysis equipment planned to be completed by February. The final operating and construction acceptance approvals are expected to allow opening in the March – April time frame of 2014.
Members of Congressman Bill Owens' staff will hold meetings on Tuesday in the local area in an ongoing effort to increase constituent outreach. Constituents are encouraged to attend to seek help with a federal agency or express an opinion on a matter currently pending before the House of Representatives. The Congressman's staff will be at the Old Forge Library from 9:30-11:30 a.m., the Port Leyden Community Library from 1-2:30 p.m., & the Lowville Free Library from 3-5 p.m.
on Saturday, 18 May 2013.
We speak with Beaver River Central School Superintendent Lueen Smithling, who has more on the positions that may be added in the proposed school budget.Audio InterviewWe will have more on the proposed Beaver River school budget Monday.
A 23 year old Boonville man was in Oneida County Court for sentencing on a charge of criminal possession of marijuana. Nicholas Pohoreskey was sentenced by Judge Michael Dwyer to one year in county jail on the charge. Also in Oneida County Court, 32 year old Mark Lieber & 30 year old Tonya Weber, who are from the address in Boonville, were each ordered to pay a $250 fine, $250 surcharge and had their licenses suspended for six months on a charge of fourth-degree possession of marijuana.
Lowville Firemen fight fire at meat market
Owner of dog sought
Landfill doubles renewable energy from waste
Congressman discusses impact of gun control issue
Camden man arrested in animal abuse case
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