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Celebrating 203 years 75 cents Open Your Heart Home of the Hartnett family Business Community Seniors honored with farewell party Acupunture pinpoints stress, illnesses Caz Garden Club to hold annual sale ... Page 6 Volume 203, No. 19 May 11 to 17, 2011 Community ... Page 7 ... Page 5 An Evening of fun to benefit Caz Cares Saturday May 14, 2011 - 7:00-9:00 In the Meeting Hall, Cazenovia First Presbyterian Church Raffle, Door Prizes, Silent Auction, Live Music, Wine and Cheese 11717 Schools Local ladies enjoy a night out Spring event draws crowd, hideous hats By Pierce Smith The boys varsity lacrosse team rallied to beat the Lancers May 4. ...See page 10 Eagle reporters recognized by Syracuse Press Club E a g l e Newspapers was well represented at the Syracuse Press Phil Blackwell Club’s 33rd Annual Scholarship and Professional Recognition Awards dinner, held Saturday May 7 at Drumlins Country Club in SyraNed Campbell cuse. K.C. UTHUS Nancy Stevens celebrates as she discovers she was the grand prize winner of the spring Ladies Night Out Outrageous Hat Contest, May 5. The occasion was highly attended, with over 150 women from Cazenovia and the surrounding areas participating in the evening-long event. CACC, Hydrofracking Committee holds meeting Four residents vie for three positions on board By Pierce Smith ...See page 19 BUSINESS .....................7 CALENDAR ...................2 CLASSIFIEDS .............. 21 COMMUNITY NEWS ......3 EDITORIAL ....................4 HISTORY ................... 19 PUBLIC NOTICES ........ 20 SCHOOL NEWS .............6 SPORTS ........................8 Meet the Caz BOE candidates ELAINE BARNES Cazenovia Advisory Conservation Commission members Damian Vanetti, far left, and Mat Webber, next left, sit along side Judy Gianforte from the Cazenovia Preservation Foundation, Highway Superintendent Tim Hunt, Town Supervisor Ralph Monforte and attorney Carlos Gavilondo as they discuss hydraulic fracturing with the public, May 2 in the Community Room of the Cazenovia Public Library. SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 Elections for the Cazenovia Central School District Board of Education will be held May 17. Voting for the positions, as well as the budget, will be held in the high school auditorium from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Four candidates will be vying to fill the three vacant positions on the seven-member board. The openings were created by current members John Weisbrod and Cindy Bell Toby’s terms of office ending and the resignation of Ed Roickle earlier in the year. The two candidates receiving the highest votes will be appointed to the board for three-year terms, beginning July 2011 and ending June 2014. The candidate receiving the third highest vote count will be appointed to the board for the oneyear remaining term of office due to NAME’S exit. The Cazenovia League of Women Voters held a Candidate Forum the evening of May 9 in the high school library, giving residents the opportunity to meet the prospective board members and listen to their election platforms. Leigh Baldwin Baldwin has lived in Cazenovia for the past 25 years, residing within the district with his wife, Susan, a soccer coach at the school, and their three children. He graduated from Colgate University in 1983 with a concentration in economics. Baldwin is the owner of a Cazenovia-based brokerage firm that employs 120 financial advisors throughout Central New York, New Jersey and Northeast Pennsylvania. He is a minority owner of the See BOE Candidates, page 6 13138 Lakers defeat LaFayette in overtime Thursday May 5 marked Cazenovia’s second annual spring Ladies Night Out. Stores along Albany Street stayed open until 8:30 p.m. to accommodate the 150 women, shopping and tasting. Sponsored by the Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce and the Historic Cazenovia Business District, the evening-long event featured locally produced goods from Nelson Farms in 16 of the village’s shops. At 8:30 the women congregated at the Lincklaen See Spring LNO, page 21

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