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Farmer John Peck, of Peck Homestead Farm in Champion, in Jefferson County, is worried about how steadily rising property taxes are affecting his livelihood. Photo: Joanna Richards
Farmer John Peck, of Peck Homestead Farm in Champion, in Jefferson County, is worried about how steadily rising property taxes are affecting his livelihood. Photo: Joanna Richards

The 8 O'Clock Hour 6/5/13

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Lucy Martin discusses a 10-year book project with Donnna Naughton on a Barnes Island nature walk in late May. Are Tupper Lake schools "educationally insolvent"? Agriculture advocates welcome progress on a bill that would slow rising property taxes for farmers.

Governor Cuomo has released legislation for his 10 point women's agenda. Unionized workers at the State University of New York have agreed to a mostly flat labor deal.

The SUNY colleges in Canton and Potsdam have hired a joint chief information officer and the state Senate approved a bill to encourage construction of green homes in the state.

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