Dear Editor: I would like to provide facts in response to issues raised by your recent article.
To the editor: We wish to add a note of thanks for another cat rescue operation to the Fayetteville Fire Department as well as to very helpful neighbors.
To the editor: As I drive through the village of Fayetteville at this Christmas season, I am in awe at all the beautiful decorated houses.
To the editor: Several weeks ago my barn on Broadfield Road was broken into, vandalized and a classic Pontiac Firebird was stolen.
To the editor: For the past 12 years, I have been fortunate to serve the village of Fayetteville as its village justice.
To the editor: On behalf of the Fayetteville Free Library, I would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the Fayetteville Garden Club for the beautiful holiday decorations on the library front porch.
To the editor: Last Tuesday I was witness to a supremely proud moment.
To the editor: On Monday, Nov. 5, and again during the weekend of Nov. 10 and 11, volunteers from Operation Sandy Relief traveled to Broad Channel and Rockaway Beach, Queens, NY, to assist those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Our volunteers were inundated by countless donations from individuals, organizations and businesses, and we are extremely grateful to those who stepped up and continue to do so to help in this time of need.
To the editor: I would like to thank the Fayetteville Fire Department for their heroic efforts in rescuing my kitten out of a very tall tree on Saturday night, Nov. 10.
To the editor: FM-JD area Meals on Wheels would like to thank the CNY Community Foundation and the Carriage House Foundation of Fayetteville for their generous donation of $3,595.
To the editor: At the YMCA, our cause is strengthening the foundations of community. That’s why we’re so happy to invite everyone in the community to the grand opening of the new Manlius YMCA on Nov. 10.
Dear property owners of the village of Fayetteville: Your village government is seriously considering creating what the mayor is calling a "rental registry."
To the editor: Thank you to the gentleman who was kind enough to stop traffic Saturday, Oct. 13, on Rte. 92 near the Madison County line and put our lost Shih Tzu, Fritz, in his car so he wouldn’t get killed.
To the editor: OASIS would like to publicly thank the DeWitt Community Library for conducting a Senior Fair on Friday, Oct. 26. The number of support organizations for seniors that exhibited at the fair is testimony to what makes Central New York a great place to live.
To the editor: As a 20-year veteran of local law enforcement, I have had the privilege to work with Tom Miller both in his capacity as Village of Fayetteville Judge and also as a practicing attorney in the Syracuse area for many years.