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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.

Nelson tax rate to increase 9 percent next year

Nelson residents will see their taxes increase by 9 percent in 2015, due mainly to the town’s need to update its fleet of highway department trucks and the costs that will be associated with that action.

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Cazenovia native, toy inventor to be on QVC with new bedtime toy brand on Nov. 27

Toy inventor Geoff Roesch, a native of Cazenovia, will air his new bedtime toy brand, Starshine Watchdogs, live on QVC at noon this Thursday, Nov. 27.

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Salvation Army student ambassadors ready to ring

The 2014 Salvation Army Bell ringers will be at Kinney Drugs and Tops Friendly Markets from Nov. 26 to Dec. 24.