PLATTSBURGH - Plattsburgh Salvation Army is facing cuts after their 2010 kettle campaign did not reach its goal. Rough weather and a shortage of volunteers have been said to have contributed to the loss, however the agency had raised $35,000, which is enough funds to cover basic services. The next few months will have the most effect on people in need. Areas that will be cut are gas and transportation. People who need clothes, food and shelter will be the main priority of the agency.