On January 15, 2019, Jessica Waldorf with the NY Power Authority presented information to the board related to the programs they can offer for the conversion of street lighting to LEDs. The program they offer is focused on a municipal owned solution, in which the communities would own their own street lights. She talked about the economy of scales with a regional project and the long term savings by going municipal owned.
At RACOG’s last board meeting, there were three representatives from Fort Drum talking about veterans transitioning out of the military and programs in place to help connect them to the local community. You can view the article here: http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/news03/racog-informed-about-agencies-aiding-military-in-obtaining-civilian-jobs-20181208
DISCLAIMER: This map is to be used as a reference. The river depths are always changing and navigation hazards are prone to being relocated in the river and new ones form all the time. It is important when boating on the river to be cautious of the ever changing surroundings.