Danaher, Hughes, Palazzoli announce candidacy for Fayetteville justice
Three Fayetteville residents have thrown their hat in the ring to fill Tom Miller's remaining term as Fayetteville village justice. Tom Miller was elected to the Onondaga County Court last year, leaving three years of his four-year term to be filled by the winner of a special election to be held March 19. Fayetteville Village Clerk Lorie Corsette said Feb. 5 is the first day people can file an “independent nominating petition for office to be filled at the general village election.” “The last day to file is Tuesday, Feb 12,” Corsette said. Chris Danaher, Jim Hughes and Kristin Palazzoli announced their intentions to run for the position.
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A new business is now open in the village of Minoa.
Perry Springs in Manlius will be the site of two benches to be constructed as part of a local scout’s Eagle Scout project.
Eagle Newspapers writers were among journalists honored with awards for excellence in their field at recent award ceremonies.
A developer’s plans for the vacant lot at the intersection of Fayette Street and Highbridge Road will be brought before the village of Manlius Planning Board after a presentation given at the village board of trustee’s regular meeting Tuesday, March 27.
After a total of 24 years on the Minoa Village Board, Ronald L. Cronk sat in the front of the boardroom for the last time Monday, March 19.
The village of Manlius Board of Trustees raised its ambulance fees to match those of the village of Fayetteville at its regular meeting Tuesday, March 13.
The village of Manlius’ planned makeover of the Swan Pond and park around it is in the midst of a makeover of its own.
Village of Manlius residents spoke against a plan to install sidewalks on Eureka and Park drives as part of a community development grant application during a public hearing Tuesday.