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Tupper organizations to hold fundraiser for flood victims

May 12, 2011 TUPPER LAKE — Several local groups are teaming up to hold an event to raise money for people affected by last week’s destructive flooding. more »»

Few have flood insurance

May 11, 2011 Now that the flood waters in Tupper Lake and Saranac Lake have receded, the dozens of property owners whose homes and businesses sustained flood damage are wondering how to pay for repair costs that... more »»

Raquette reached 500-year flood levels

May 11, 2011 TUPPER LAKE — Preliminary U.S. more »»

State of emergency called off in Tupper Lake

May 11, 2011 TUPPER LAKE — Village Mayor Mickey Desmarais and town Supervisor Roger Amell on Tuesday declared the state of emergency ended. more »»

Did flood get into wells?

May 10, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — Village officials raised concerns Monday about how the Saranac River flooding may have impacted two groundwater wells that are located behind the village Wastewater Treatment Plant. more »»

Demars Boulevard reopens to traffic

May 10, 2011 TUPPER LAKE — One of the village’s main thoroughfares reopened Monday morning after more than a week being closed due to flooding. Demars Boulevard was cleaned up and fully reopened by 10 a.. more »»

Flood waters recede; some roads reopen

May 9, 2011 TUPPER LAKE — As flood waters start to recede, village and town officials are starting to clean up from the disaster. more »»

Biggest flood ever?

May 7, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — When the water level in Lake Flower rose dramatically last week and surrounded the house on Duprey Street that she called home for 32 years, the scene looked all too familiar for Lena... more »»

Some evacuees can’t go home

May 7, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — Village Code Enforcement Officer Tom Worthington says some people have been able to return to homes, apartments and businesses that were evacuated due to the rising flood waters last... more »»

APA to discuss flooding, Crown Point bridge

May 7, 2011 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency’s May meeting Thursday will feature reports on the agency’s flood response, telecommunication projects and the status of the Crown Point Bridge project. more »»

DEC commissioner surveys flooding in Tupper Lake

May 6, 2011 TUPPER LAKE — Two top state officials toured flood-damaged areas Thursday and met with local leaders to discuss ways that communities, homeowners and businesses can get funding for repairs. more »»

SL police: Apartment burglarized during flooding

May 6, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — An apartment in a Dorsey Street building whose residents had left due to flooding was burglarized earlier this week, village Police Chief Bruce Nason said toda. more »»

No damage estimates for Tupper Lake yet

May 6, 2011 TUPPER LAKE — Assessors haven’t yet come up with a price estimate for flood damage here. more »»

Saranac Lake bridges, streets reopen

May 6, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — The water levels in Lake Flower and the Saranac River remain high and the state of emergency has been extended, but there were some signs this morning that life in this village —... more »»

Franklin County estimates flood costs at $11.5M

May 6, 2011 MALONE — Franklin County officials have increased estimates for the cost of flood damage within the county from $10.2 million $1. more »»

A week underwater

May 5, 2011 Officials in Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake continue to monitor the levels in local waterways and deal with flooding. Both communities remain under states of emergency today. more »»

FEMA rep inspects Saranac Lake flood damage

May 5, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — A representative of the Federal Emergency Management Agency was in the village today to inspect infrastructure damage — $5 million worth, village officials estimate — caused by... more »»

Flood-related calls keep fire/rescue busy

May 5, 2011 SARANAC LAKE — The village police department has joined the list of buildings with flooded basements, and gas-powered pumps used indoors have rescue workers responding to air out toxic carbon... more »»

Amtrak's Albany-to-Montreal service resumes this morning

May 5, 2011 ALBANY (AP) - Amtrak is resuming passenger service between Albany and Montreal, a day after trains were halted because of flooding along a stretch of tracks in the eastern Adirondacks. more »»

 
 

 

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