Quantcast

Letters to the Editor

Subscribe

Protect Cazenovia’s town ethics and zoning laws

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014, at 7:30 p.m., a public hearing will be held during the monthly meeting of this very same planning board where the discussion will, once again, be focused on an application submitted by the developer to build an even bigger event center. Please plan to attend this public hearing and make the members of the board abide by the very same laws to which they were sworn into office to uphold.

Letting the culinary spirit shine

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Two weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to let my culinary spirit shine once again. Nancy and Peter Mesurlian of Owera Vineyards hosted a cozy Harvest Dinner at the winery, drawing about 50 community members. As the sun set, we could see lights twinkling on the vines in the light rain, and the lake off in the distance. Cazenovia sure is beautiful.

Cazenovia Children's House urges all to support UCC’s annual fund drive

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: November is a month in which we focus on giving thanks. We have much to be thankful for in our community, and this is especially obvious during challenging and stressful times. There are many organizations who step forward to help and The United Community Chest of Cazenovia, Fenner and Nelson Neighbors Helping Neighbors campaign drive recognizes those organizations.

Downtown pedestrian danger comes from poor street configuration

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: In response to the letter from the Wilsons in the Republican issue of Nov. 12 regarding traffic and pedestrians in Cazenovia: The main problem, in my opinion, is the unfortunate lack of street symmetry at Cazenovia's main traffic light: Lincklaen Street and Mill Street don't match up, creating a complex traffic situation that can only be handled, but not solved, by a confusing system of traffic signals.

Cazenovia should build a dog park

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I, and other canine-loving patrons of the Pewter Spoon Cafe, propose that town officials consider a request for the implementation of a dog park in or near the village of Cazenovia.

Mourning for Mr. Dubik

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Cazenovia mourns the loss of Mr. Robert Dubik, a consummate Cazenovian whose magnanimous personality, sincere compassion and visionary leadership enriched our community. His inexhaustible optimism and perpetual kindness made him a beloved superintendent and universally adored friend.

All should attend upcoming gas compressor project meeting in Morrisville

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Last month there was a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) meeting in Madison County regarding a proposed natural gas compressor station in Georgetown. The compressor project would essentially be for fracked gas from Pennsylvania much of which is planned for export.

All are invited to attend the annual Cazenovia Lake Summit on Nov. 22

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: The 2014 Cazenovia Lake Summit will be held on Saturday, Nov. 22, upstairs in the village municipal building. Many lake health projects that have taken place will be reported on, along with presentations and discussion by field experts regarding options for future action.

Grave concern in village about drivers running red lights downtown, endangering pedestrians

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I write this letter to the editor with grave concern over a major problem we have here in Cazenovia. Just recently, both my wife and I have nearly been struck by vehicles running the red light at the intersection of Albany, Mill and Lincklaen streets. In my wife’s case, she was already proceeding to walk across the crosswalk, with the legal right of way pedestrian light, and was nearly run over by a motorist running the red light heading east bound. I have had three close calls in just the past week, twice while on foot and one while behind the wheel, of people speeding through the changing lights.

CPF thanks community for successful Walk Among the Spirits

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: The weather was great and the ghosts ready to share their stories in Cazenovia’s Evergreen Cemetery for Cazenovia Preservation Foundation’s first annual Walk Among the Spirits. More than 400 people toured the cemetery and visited the grave sites of eight colorful ghosts whose lives spanned most of the first 200 years of Cazenovia’s settlement.

GCACC thanks community for successful fall festival

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: The Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce would like to thank everyone who participated in our First Annual Fall Festival.

Concerned about lack of meaningful instruction during religious release time at Cazenovia schools

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: At the Cazenovia School District Community Forum meeting on Oct. 9, parents had an opportunity to meet with Matthew Reilly, Cazenovia School District superintendent, and Jan Woodworth, member of the Cazenovia Board of Education. Parents at the forum expressed their concern about the lack of instruction provided to children in the district who remain in class during religious release time.

Fred’s Barber Shop closing

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I am sad to announce that Nov. 22 will be the last day open for Fred’s Barber Shop in Cazenovia. It has been my pleasure to meet and serve the many wonderful people of Cazenovia and surrounding areas. I consider myself lucky to have established fulfilling relationships with my clients and their families and will truly miss them.

Attend dinner and support veterans

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I would like to alert the Central New York community to an upcoming opportunity to support our area veterans. On Tuesday, Nov. 11 (Veterans Day), the inaugural Annual CNY Veterans Day Dinner will be held to raise funds for Honor Flight Syracuse (HFS).

CAP thanks community for success of recent gala

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: On Wednesday, Sept. 24, community members came together at the Owera Winery to join Community Action Partnership in honoring Tom Driscoll, Patricia Race and Jerry Romagnoli, all local residents who have supported CAP for many years. Tom and Patricia are former board members who are still helping out, and Jerry is an advocate and friend of CAP who has helped on construction and building projects.

Previous