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Jason Emerson

Editor, Cazenovia Republican
315-434-8889 Ext: 338

Jason Emerson can be reached at editor@cazenoviarepublican.com.

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Fire Department salutes former chief John Haley during Monday funeral

Ladder trucks from Cazenovia and DeWitt fire departments were poised in front of the Cazenovia Fire House on Monday, July 28, a U.S. flag suspended between the two extended ladders, as firefighters from Cazenovia, DeWitt, and numerous other local, regional and state fire and emergency services organizations said goodbye to their colleague, John Haley.

Village looking for public input to improve usage of Lincklaen Street pay parking lot

It has been nearly one year since the opening of the “Peggy’s Lot,” the paid public parking lot next to the post office on Lincklaen Street, and usage of the lot has not been as robust as the village board had hoped. In an effort to address this issue of the parking lot’s under-utilization, the village board is seeking public input on ways the village can improve the lot’s attractiveness for parking.

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Thousands turn out for 2014 Madison County Open Farm Day

More than 5,000 people spent the day on the farm last Saturday, July 26, for the seventh annual Madison County Open Farm Day event. Farmers from all corners of the county, offering everything from beef to bison, from honey to mushrooms, from fruits to vegetables and everything in between, opened their farms for the day to allow the general public to come and see exactly where their food comes from and what it takes to make it available.

Town board working on four proposed laws, joint sewer district consolidation agreement

The Cazenovia Town Board last week moved forward on four proposed local laws and the proposed joint sewer district consolidation agreement by holding three public hearings, introducing one new law and setting five more public hearings to occur between now and Sept. 8.

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Cazenovia will have a hotel and conference center

Planning board approves proposed hotel site plan for Village Edge South on Route 20

Cazenovia will have a four-story, 82-room hotel and conference center located in the Village Edge South area on Route 20 across from the Town and Country plaza — the result of last week’s unanimous approval by the Village Planning Board of the subdivision, site plan, architecture and special permit application of Cazenovia Hospitality LLC.

School board approves annual appointments

New superintendent presides over first meeting at head of Cazenovia district

The Cazenovia Board of Education held its annual organizational meeting last week, during which it made its yearly appointments and authorizations for the upcoming school year. New district Superintendent Matt Reilly, who officially took over as head of the district on July 1, presided over the meeting and said he has had an excellent and welcoming beginning to his new position.

Fenner town board clarifies: It opposes Clean Water Act resolution verbiage, not clean water

The Fenner Town Board has received a lot of community feedback and concern during the past month about its June resolution to oppose New York state’s Clean Water Act Resolution, with many residents asking board members why they oppose clean water, Town Supervisor Dave Jones said during the board’s July 10 regular monthly meeting.

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Keeping it local: Cazenovia entrepreneur raising funds to grow local necktie business

For men, wearing a handsome — and unique — necktie can garner attention, start conversations and make a lasting first impression. TieBros, an online retailer of premium pre-tied neckties with some of the world’s most refined knots, not only wants to help men “stay classy,” the founders also want to keep the business and the funding 100 percent in America — and they are currently in the middle of a Kickstarter fundraising campaign to help them remain headquartered in North Syracuse.

Mann, Joseph swap commission assignments in annual village board reorganization

Trustees Amy Mann and Jim Joseph have swapped their commissioner assignments in the village board’s latest annual board organization, with Mann transitioning from police commissioner to village works commissioner, and Joseph leaving village works to become police commissioner.

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Brewster Inn tentative expansion plans presented at latest Western Gateway public hearing

At the second public hearing in seven days concerning the village’s proposed rezoning of Ledyard Avenue into a “Western Gateway” development district, Brewster Inn owner Richard Hubbard offered some new information into the discussion by having his architect present a brief slideshow of the tentative Brewster Inn expansion plans. Hubbard’s plan is to purchase the houses at 8 and 10 Ledyard Ave. — formerly a single-property house and carriage barn — directly next door to the Brewster Inn at 6 Ledyard Ave., and create a new Brewster Inn overnight wedding and dining venue.

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