Last week, Manlius Town Attorney Tim Frateschi presented a draft resolution for a special use permit for Resort Lifestyle Communities to construct a senior living center on the corner of North Burdick Street and Medical Center Drive.
Village board must weigh options presented by DEC
After meeting with representatives from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Manlius Mayor Paul Whorrall said the beloved Manlius mute swan pair, Manny and Faye, will still not be allowed to hatch their eggs at the Manlius Swan Pond.
The main topic of discussion by the Manlius Town Board at its April 8 meeting was to address citizens’ concerns about the Resort Lifestyle Communities planned development of a senior living center on the corner of North Burdick Street and Medical Center Drive in the town of Manlius.
Two trustees and two judges were sworn in at the April 6 meeting of the East Syracuse village board.
‘Consensus’ forum March 31 at Salina Town Hall
Most Central New Yorkers pay taxes to the federal government, the state, the county, their town, their village and their school district. All of those entities provide needed services, but there is some overlap and occasional duplication of services. In order to address such issues, a 19-member commission on local government modernization called Consensus has been formed and is now conducting public forums, including one at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, at Salina Town Hall.
Many municipal leaders across New York State agree that local infrastructure is crumbling in terms of road paving, bridges and drainage repair, and some groups in the state are looking for a way to fund infrastructure projects to repair the roads citizens use on a daily basis.
Justice Joseph Zavaglia will remain in seat
Janet Mattox and incumbent James Carr, both of the People’s Party, have beat out Conservative Party candidate Bernie Ment to fill two trustee seats as a result of the March 18 East Syracuse village election.
Two incumbent Trustees win reelection
Citizens in the village of Manlius have voted to approve a $10.8 million bond resolution to construct a new fire station on the corner of Enders Road and Route 92 in the town of Manlius. The unofficial vote after the March 18 election was 260 ‘yes’ and 234 ‘no,’ with 14 absentee to be counted.
Residents in the village of Fayetteville will see no increase in their tax rate, which will remain at $6.70 per $1,000 of assessed value, according to Mayor Mark Olson, who presented the tentative 2015-16 budget at the March 9 village board meeting.
Barbara Falcone Quonce served the village for more than two decades
East Syracuse Trustee and Deputy Mayor Barbara Falcone Quonce, after more than a decade on the village board and two decades involved in the village local government, said goodbye last week to her fellow trustees during her final board meeting on March 2.
High cost due to long seven-year process
The fate of the $10.8 million bond referendum for to pay for a proposed new fire station will be decided by Manlius village residents at the March 18 village election.
On March 18, citizens in the village of East Syracuse will vote to fill two Village Trustee positions for the village board. The open seats to be filled currently belong to Barbara Falcone Quonce, who currently serves as the deputy mayor, and Trustee James Carr, who is up for re-election.
Prepares the Parks and Recreation Department for the upcoming summer season
The village of Manlius Board of Trustees last week reinstated a codes enforcement officer position for the village after approving a contract with MRB Group Engineering and Architectural Firm to provide the service.
The town of DeWitt has announced they will not declare the former Howard Johnson property located off of Carrier Circle on Thompson Road as eminent domain due to forward strides made with McDonald's and the owner of the property.
Friends, family and colleagues of Harold Hopkinson, a long-time public servant in the village of Manlius, came together this past Sunday to celebrate his retirement after 56 years of service on the village board of trustees. Hopkinson was given multiple citations for his service, and had both a village board room and a calendar day named in his honor.