Plattsburgh's First Inter-Active Community Website: Community Events, Directory, Music, Forums is becoming Plattsburgh's one-stop community guide to events, businesses, restaurants, entertainment, music, news and personal views in the North Country and Champlain Valley.

Plattsburgh, NY, June 30, 2008 --( Residents and visitors in Plattsburgh, the North Country and the Champlain Valley now have an interactive web site for community information, input, and individual participation. features a Community Calendar where anyone can post or locate events in and around Plattsburgh, New York. Any active groups, from non-profit organizations like The North Country Center for Independence to local bands like ElephantBear or Lucid, can post events on the's Community Calendar.

Another feature of the web site, Pipeline Pages, is a local business directory targeting Plattsburgh, Burlington and Montreal consumers. Its goal is to acquaint shoppers with local businesses, increase revenues of local business owners, and create more jobs in the community. Local business owners Lee-Ann and John Wheeler of Commercial Site Services, Inc. say " The advertising on the pipeline website is awesome, we really like what it is doing for our business and our community."

The Community Pipeline feature on is a post-and-discuss forum with a free range of subjects from alternative news to local outdoors experiences, allowing all visitors to the site to create or find a topic of interest and exchange ideas. Some topics include titles such as; "Gas Groans & Moans", "City Streets", and "Windmills".

The web site also gives Plattsburgh a new independent radio station. Visitors to the site can sample the music of area performers by clicking on's Internet radio station. Pipeline Radio is Plattsburgh's sole broadcast outlet for local music, and is carried world-wide through iTunes, Windows Media, Shoutcast Radios. appears to have found and filled some important gaps in communications and community services in the North Country and Champlain Valley. The site will be expanding as local businesses and participants take advantage of the new services it offers.

Plattsburgh Pipeline
Scott Osika
( 518 ) 420-6828