December 2015 Business Scene

St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner at SUNY Potsdam

The St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commcerce held its 2015 Annual Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 5, at SUNY Potsdam. 

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Business Briefcase – May 2012

WayNorth Web marks five years in Watertown

WayNorth Web, a Watertown Web development firm, celebrated its fifth anniversary last month. Owner Mark Holberg has extensive experience in media, publishing, information technology and online strategy. WayNorth offers a complete portfolio of Web development services.

During the past five years WayNorth has developed more than 50 websites. Beginning in 2007 as home-based business, WayNorth now has four employees and offices in Downtown Watertown’s Key Bank building.
The company is focused on assisting businesses and organizations in the north country, and is committed to providing a level of service that exceeds expectations in all respects.

Mr. Holberg also is a member of Watertown Evening Rotary Club. Visit to learn more, or contact the firm at, or 486-0615.

Caskinette’s Lofink Ford partners with festival

Caskinette’s Lofink Ford and Caskinette’s Throttle Shop, Carthage, have partnered with Sailing Seaway Clayton in a two-year sponsorship for the popular summer festival.

Sailing Seaway Clayton, presented by Caskinette’s Lofink Ford, will kick-off the evening of Thursday, June 14, with the grand arrival of tall ship Fair Jeanne to the Thousand Islands Regional Dock at Frink Park, Clayton. The ship remains in port through Sunday, June 17. Free deck tours will be provided by Caskinette’s. The weekend also includes live music, a farmers market, various displays and a new feature, “Seaway Splash.”

Boathouse designed by local architect featured on featured a local boathouse designed by architect Brian A. Jones, a partner at Aubertine and Currier Architects, Engineers & Land Surveyors, Watertown. The boathouse is located on the St. Lawrence River near Goose Bay, Clayton.

The boathouse, which backs into a cliff on the shoreline, made for difficult construction access. Designed to accommodate up to a 30-foot motorized boat, the boathouse has a rooftop deck, catwalk leading to the main home, and cedar trim work and accents. Its design matches the river cottage architecture of the main home located on the same property.

Aubertine and Currier Architects, Engineers & Land Surveyors, is a small multi-discipline design firm that has been providing Architectural, Engineering and Land Surveying Services to residential, commercial and municipal clients since 2000. Full civil engineering and land surveying services were added in 2006 and 2007 respectively.
Visit to see the boathouses.

Macars wins award

Macars, a Watertown home improvement store, was recently named a President’s Club Award winner for exceptional cabinetry sales by Showplace Wood Products. This is the fifth year Macars, 161 Coleman Ave., has been recognized for this achievement, which places them among the top Showplace dealers nationwide.
Visit to learn more.

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