Plattsburgh, NY, Apr 04, 2011 — The first surveys of the lawn and garden after snow-melt usually show just what rodents have been up to over the winter. Piles of dirt mean a mole underground. Tunnels snaking just under the surface of the grass mean voles, or meadow mice, have been active. Cornell Cooperative Extension's Amy Ivy reviews the damage in her weekly conversation with Martha Foley.
(05/16/2014) State officials say a former town book-keeper in Altona in Clinton County embezzled $23,500 of taxpayer money. The alleged wrong-doing was found in an audit released yesterday by the New York State Comptroller's office.