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Thanks for support of United Community Chest

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: On behalf of Community Bikes, thanks so much to the residents and businesses of Cazenovia, Fenner and Nelson for your generous support of the United Community Chest.

Kudos to congressmen Richard Hanna and John Katko

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Both congressman voted against repeal of the Affordable Care Act and defunding Planned Parenthood. They were two of only three Republicans out of 435 house members who did so. As moderate Republicans, we appreciate the common sense that both Katko and Hanna have shown on these issues.

Hughes and Houseman families thank community for support

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: On behalf of the Hughes and Houseman family, we would like to extend our most heartfelt thanks to our wonderful community. More than a month ago, our lives were forever changed by a sudden and saddening shock. Our family, friends, neighbors and community members did not hesitate to sweep us up and carry us through each day.

Thanks for support of United Community Chest

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: The board and staff of Community Action Partnership (CAP) for Madison County would like to give our sincerest thanks to the members and supporters of the United Community Chest of Cazenovia, Fenner and Nelson for their years of commitment to the community and strong support of our mission.

Disappointed by town’s refusal to do chemical treatment of lake in 2016

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I wish to share my reaction to the decision by the town board not to treat the lake in 2016. The town, in cooperation with the CLA (Cazenovia Lake Association) have been actively partnering in lake treatments since 2009. For the first time since herbicides were applied to the lake, we will have two consecutive years without treatment. Based on the conditions lake users experienced this past year we may see greatly impaired recreational use of the lake in 2016.

Cazenovia Lake has never been in worse shape

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I recently attended the Cazenovia Lake Watershed annual forum and then read the follow up article in the Cazenovia Republican. My concern is, had I only read the article, I would have concluded that Cazenovia Lake is doing just fine. Nothing could be further from the truth. Everyone I have spoken to says the lake has never been in worse shape.

CazCares thanks community for support in 2015

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Before the new year races off, CazCares would like to take a moment to thank the Cazenovia community for the wonderful support we have received during 2015.

CRIS Timebank is a great program

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I have been a member of the CRIS Timebank for nine months and am so excited about this program. I am able to find people to do the chores I can no longer do by myself — such as cleaning out closets and organizing items for a garage sale. I even found someone to bake a pie for a special occasion — and it was delicious.

Thank you from Second Chance Thrift Shoppe of CNY

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Thank you volunteers. Without your tireless efforts, the Shoppe could not operate. Thank you donors. Without your generosity in donating usable household goods, the Shoppe could not operate. Thank you customers. Without your patronage and support, the Shoppe could not operate.

Thank you for the fundraiser

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: A special thank you for the benefit that was held Nov. 21 in my honor at the Sports Bowl.

Hunters should have neighborly consideration

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I live on a peaceful, private body of water known as Tuscarora Lake in Erieville. Since it is actually a reservoir of the canal system, it is bounded on one side by a dam which is deemed public property. On all sides, the lake is surrounded by big hills and noises echo tremendously. I live behind the dam. Once hunting season opens, all neighborly consideration seems to disappear. There are very few regulations in place to restrict where hunting is permitted. The last few years, men who hunt waterfowl have decided to plant themselves on the side of our dam.

All invited to attend upcoming Cazenovia Lake Forum

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Are you satisfied with the state of the lake? Would you like to know what is being done regarding lake water quality, treatment for invasive weeds, fish stocking, etc.? Then you are invited to the 2015 Cazenovia Lake Forum, from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Dec. 5, in the village municipal building.

East Lake Road trees -- Gone but not forgotten

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: A while back, a work crew from the Madison County Highway Department descended on East Lake Road and proceeded to clear cut some three dozen mature trees along the east side of the road from Owera Vineyards to its nearest southern neighbor. Within short order, the crew had left nothing along this stretch of road but a long row of ugly stumps. Nobody could give a coherent explanation why.

GCACC thanks community for successful Fall Festival

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: This year’s Fall Festival was a huge undertaking to expand on the past three year’s events. It could not have been accomplished without the support of the community, businesses and individuals that donated both money and a time commitment to this event. Thank you to all of them and also to all of you who came out on a cold windy day to make all our work worthwhile.

Driscoll thanks supporters for election

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I want to extend my sincere gratitude and thanks to the whole Cazenovia community for their support and trust in me to allow me the privilege to continue as a town councilman.

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