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Jason Emerson

Editor, Cazenovia Republican
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Jason Emerson can be reached at editor@cazenoviarepublican.com.

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Police anticipate arrest in college bomb threat case within 24 hours

Culprit will face felony charges for making a terrorist threat

Cazenovia police believe they are close to an arrest in the case of the Cazenovia College bomb threat that occurred late Tuesday night, Sept. 16, and the culprit, when caught, will face felony charges for making a terrorist threat and could face time in state prison.

Cazenovia schools being visited by Enterovirus D68

The latest illness making its way across the country and through the halls of school buildings has arrived in Cazenovia – and a lot of elementary and middle school students have been staying home sick as a result. “We have had a high absenteeism. Our nurses have seen a higher absenteeism than normal,” said Superintendent Matt Reilly. “The symptoms being reported have been consistent with those of the Enterovirus D68."

Cazenovia College evacuates five residence halls after receiving bomb threat

Five Cazenovia College residence halls were evacuated and searched for more than 90 minutes late Tuesday night in response to a bomb threat against the college.

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Taste of Cazenovia a community event success

More than 300 people turned out last week to eat, drink, mingle and — most importantly — help raise funds for the Cazenovia Children’s House during the organization’s annual Taste of Cazenovia fundraising event, held this year at the Willow Bank Yacht Club.

Town board revises, reintroduces proposed noise ordinance

Changes made to hours and decibel levels of ‘reasonable’ noise

In its ongoing efforts to craft a town noise ordinance, the Cazenovia Town Board on Sept. 8 closed the public hearing on the proposed law, reintroduced a revised and amended version of the law and scheduled a new public hearing for Oct. 6 to continue public comments.

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Henneberg Brewing Co. tasting room in New Woodstock approved by town planning board

Grand opening event set for this Saturday

This Saturday, Cazenovia’s first farm brewery and tasting room will open to the public for tastings and tours. Henneberg Brewing Co., owned by John and Maria Henneberg and located on their 97-acre farm in New Woodstock, received its final site plan approval last week from the Cazenovia Town Planning Board after more than one year of work.

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Trustees create more overnight permit parking in village

Post office short-term parking also changed from 10 to 15 minutes

In its continuing effort to better utilize the 22 Lincklaen St. parking lot and improve village parking, the village board last week unanimously agreed to create 20 overnight permit parking spaces in the historic business district as well as to increase the time limit for the short-term post office parking spaces.

Village board approves Western Gateway rezoning law

After four months of contentious public hearings and debates amid rooms full of spectators, the conclusion was almost anticlimactic. Only a handful of people attended a special hearing Wednesday night at which the village board unanimously approved the proposed “Western Gateway” rezoning law. The result is that while authorized zoning on Ledyard Avenue is for single-family homes only, special use permits may now be issued by the planning board for certain low-impact non-residential uses.

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New fitness center coming to Cazenovia

A new 24-hour fitness center is coming to the town of Cazenovia in the near future, to be located at 2652 Route 20 East, in the former dental office of Dr. Peter Fauth. Lorren Hotaling, of Greene, N.Y., owner of multiple fitness centers around New York state, on Aug. 25 received the approval of the town zoning board of appeals for a special use permit to create the new facility.

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East Lake Road murder suspect in jail on no bail

Suspect fled the scene then called 911

Stephen Schumejda, 31, the man state police arrested Monday for allegedly murdering Amy Bradstreet, 44, the mother of his two children, at their East Lake Road residence in Cazenovia, was arraigned in Cazenovia Town Court Monday evening and is currently being held in Madison County Jail on no bail. After the Monday morning incident, Schumejda fled the scene with his two children then called 911.

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