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Syracuse Post Standard (Newspaper) - March 31, 2010, Syracuse, New York IS I 39 I PAGE ' Lan The punch Syracuse Crunch hockey player Jon 27, hopes to play at least one more year of the team's enforcer could be wearing a uniform for a different American Hockey League team next college aid on the President Barack Obama signed legislation that expands Pell and makes it easier for students to repay outstanding loans after groups seen as on the A Syracuse University professor says a Christian militia group raided in Michigan was part of a growing trend of militant activity across the U.S. A civil rights group says the weak economy and a black president have fueled extremist of Cirque du specialist Rene Bibaud performed in the past three holiday seasons in New York discuss a correction on a news story call 470-2240. INDEX 470-NEWS 2010 The PEOPLE ARE READING Find the list of the most popular items on POLICE KIDS WITH GUNS - THAT'S NOT NORMAL WORKOUTS HELP TO BURN RELIEVE THE MEAT SUBSTITUTES CAN BE MARCH 31,2010 EDITION 175 SKIP TOWN FOR RATHER THAN DEAL WITH SEVERE CASH-FLOW ALBANY TAKES A BILLS are piled high on desks in the Assembly chamber at the Capitol in Lawmakers are on a break until April 7, nearly a week after the budget Delen As Thursday's state budget deadline no agreements are in place to close a billion no public meetings are scheduled and most legislators have left the leaves no hope this year for an on-time the State's most important does that mean for What happens a state New York government would shut prevent Gov. David Paterson and state lawmakers passed emergency extender bills to keep the state running without an official financial They approved billion in spending from April 1 through April 14 to cover legally mandated such as state Social Security benefits and Medicaid of of working on a budget most lawmakers on Friday for a 10-day break because of Passover and They are scheduled to return to session April 7. Leaders said if a budget agreement is reached sooner which is unlikely lawmakers will be called back to the Capitol for a could pose a problem for some Several delays aid to school New a little hard to get lawmakers back to Albany if they are in Disneyland in Florida with their said Barbara legislative director of the League of Women Voters of New York John of the ranking Republican on the Senate Finance is one of the legislators believed to be in the Sunshine Asked if out of DeFrancisco said it was nobody else's should 1 be Sitting in Albany like I did all weekend on the taxpayer dime with nothing DeFrancisco in budget that's a week or two late won't push the state into financial After 23 of the past 25 state budgets have come in past a significant difference in effect of a really late budget versus a normally late said Grant a political science professor at Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public organization that knows it's going to need to rely on state money is probably used to or ought to budgets make planning tougher for state aid particularly school This school boards have to adopt their budgets by April 23. problems start if there's no budget by The state is on the hook to make millions of dollars of payments in late May and early June to virtually all of the agencies and organizations it funds PAGi water fun at Darien Lake Lake water park gets its own name and a new complex of four water slides this which includes a separate area for dry is also adding more lodging and building a new bathhouse and lounging of to come in like a and March wasn't the sunscreen While clouds will linger forecasters say the next few days will see sunshine as well as temperatures that could top 80 degrees hasn't been that warm in Central New York since Sept. 23, when it hit 83 warming weather makes it a sure thing that the region will set a modern record for the least snow in A trace has been measured at Syracuse Hancock International That beats the record of 0.9 inches that was set last according to the Northeast Regional Climate Center at Cornell 1927, before National Weather Service instruments were moved to the no snow fell in March in with It's pothole like every driver this time of year has a pothole such as recent complaints about a crater at Hiawatha Boulevard and Seventh North across from Central New problem areas this year appear to be along Route 31 in Cicero and Route 370 in Liverpool and Route 11, north and south of said Gene a spokesman for the state Department of in Onondaga the database for pothole complaints is running relatively light this said Brian the county's commissioner of He said that people usually are vocal about reporting problems so that the holes can be filled in. Commentucci The 2003
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