Rabid Raccoons Prompt Questions About Princeton’s Animal Control | Town Topics

Rabies is transmitted from infected mammals to humans or animals usually through a bite, but scratches and saliva contact with broken skin or mucous membranes are also possible routes, said Princeton Health Officer Jeffrey Grosser in a press release issued Monday. Any person who has had direct contact with a raccoon may have been exposed to rabies and should contact his/her doctor as soon as possible. A separate release from the Princeton Police Department directs anyone who has handled a raccoon in the area of Pretty Brook Road to contact the Princeton Police Department as soon as possible. Residents are reminded not to handle wildlife under any circumstances, the release states. Should anyone see any wildlife that is injured or appears to be out of place, please contact the Princeton Police Department at (609) 921-2100. The official statements come after a Princeton woman found a baby raccoon lying on Pretty Brook Road on June 4.
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Cardiff International, Inc. (CDIF) Announced Today They Have Secured Their 4th LOI To Acquire A Land Development Company – Yahoo Finance

Van states, “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to develop this property to its maximum potential adding significant new revenue streams for Cardiff”. We anticipate filing the Ks and Qs within the next two weeks. About CDIF: CDIF is newly emerging as a holding company who adopted a new business model known as “Collaborative Commonwealth(TM)” a new form of governance enabling businesses to take advantage of the power of a public Company. Targeting the acquisition of undervalued, niche companies with high growth potential, income-producing commercial real estate properties and high return investments, all designed to pay a dividend to our shareholders. FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENT This news release contains forward looking statements within the meaning of the Securities Litigation Reform Act. The statements reflect the Company’s current views with respect to future events that involve risks and uncertainties. These risks include the failure to meet schedule or performance requirements of the Company’s contracts, the Company’s liquidity position, the Company’s ability to obtain new contracts, the emergence of competitors with greater financial resources, and the impact of competitive pricing.
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Cortland County Man Charged After Deputies Bust Meth Lab – Time Warner Cable News

Cortland County Man Charged After Deputies Bust Meth Lab

— A man is charged after deputies bust a meth lab in Cortland County. Investigators were called to a mobile home along State Route 221 in Willet Monday evening. According to deputies, a small amount of meth was found when the owner was interviewed. An extensive search with several agencies was performed Tuesday. Investigators said equipment to make meth was found in the residence and storage sheds, along with a small amount of marijuana. Crews were called in to handle hazardous materials. The home’s owner, 45-year-old James Homza is being charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawfully manufacturing meth among other charges.
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Vail recycling program underway | VailDaily.com

For many business, its not a big deal. Some folks didnt need a law because they were already doing it. Some places its more challenging because there isnt any room for extra bins. The Vail Racquet Club has found some low-cost creative solutions to comply with the new laws. Their Dumpsters were located in enclosures that didnt allow room for additional recycling containers. At first the club considered building an additional enclosure for recycling, said grounds and facilities director Steve Loftus. However, the new building would have cost about $30,000, so the club decided to dedicate one of the Dumpster sheds to recycling instead.
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