I would like to express my thanks to two organizations: Female Charitable Society and the Rotary Club of Baldwinsville.
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.
We strongly encourage support for Levi Spires for the 121st Assembly seat, currently held by 22-year veteran Bill McGee.
Assemblyman Bill Magee’s district runs from Oneonta to Cazenovia and everything in between.
What a way to end our last event at Hillcrest. This has been a whirlwind year of fundraising.
The Cazenovia Area Community Development Association and entire steering committee of the Greater Cazenovia Art Trail would like to thank the community and sponsors of the First Annual Cazenovia Art Trail.
The family of Charles H.S. Pace would like to thank all his friends, Cazenovia Fire Department, Cazenovia Firemens Auxiliary, CAVAC, Cazenovia Village Baptist Church, Barney Freeborn and Tait Funeral Home for all the consideration and support they provided us at the time of his passing.
The Baldwinsville Summer Concert Series Committee would like to recognize and thank all contributors who donated to the 2012 Baldwinsville Summer Concert Series on Tuesday evenings on Paper Mill Island:
Cazenovia Children’s House students, teachers, administrators and members of the board wish to express their sincere appreciation to Clay Coleman, Zach Reichard, Paul Manion and Bill Paben for their support of the Windy Willow Playscape.
My friend and colleague, Susan Tonra, the executive director of the Madison-Oneida Chapter of the American Red Cross, received the Oneida Rotary Club’s Bill Fariel Vocational Award on Tuesday, Oct. 2. She was honored for 24 years of service to our community.
Often times, we seniors lose sight of the fact that we are very blessed by living in the Cazenovia area.
Thanks to everyone who kept flowers beautiful through the dry summer.
I am pleased to announce that New York Farm Bureau has recently named Assemblyman Bill Magee to our annual “Circle of Friends” list.
It seems that current planning theory in the village of Cazenovia reflects the suburban sprawl of the 1960s, when the car was king and communities were designed with roads that accommodated vehicular traffic — not people.
On Oct. 1, the Cazenovia Village Board will continue a public hearing on Gregg Development Corporation’s application for a zoning classification change from R-30 to R-6 for approximately 48 acres of undeveloped land, located to the east of Number Nine Road at the south edge of the village, to accommodate a development of about 68 “right-priced” homes.