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Cazenovia Forum hosts Danny Zuker personal life which were incorporated into popular “Modern Danny Zuker, Emmy awardFamily” episodes. winning co-executive proHis focus included an epiducer of the hit television series sode called “Manny Get Your “Modern Family,” gave a lecture Gun,” in which several scenes on the relationship between were inspired by events taken comedy and American culture directly from the writer’s life. on April 15 in the Morgan In one scene, couple Claire Room of Cazenovia College’s and Phil argues about the Danny Zuker Hubbard Hall. quickest way to a restaurant, The talk was a part of the so they agree to take separate cars, an inCazenovia Forum Lecture Series and stance taken directly from Zuker’s life. was co-hosted by both the Forum and “We definitely wanted that to be an the Newhouse School of Public Commuelement,” Zuker said. “It felt very real. nications at Syracuse University, Zuker’s And then that exploded into ‘who is the alma mater. more fun parent?’ And that was just pure “The only reason why I’m doing this is writing.” because I’m 3,000 miles away from anyone Zuker began his lecture by describI know,” Zuker said, joking with audience ing his journey from being a production members before he began lecturing. assistant on “The Arsenio Hall Show” to Zuker wowed the audience with hiSee Danny Zuker, page 3 larious recounts of incidents from his By Kristin Smith

ABOVE: Modeling pieces from the “Element Chic” collection, Alicia Johnson, left, Teyanna Tanner, Heather Thoma, Alexis Kerr and Justine Grevelding are followed by the senior designer, Essence Latifah Todman at Cazenovia College’s 38th annual fashion show on April 16. FAR LEFT: Junior model Dana Peterson struts down the runway, displaying an outfit from senior designer Kate Walsh’s militaryinspired collection “One Heel in the Foxhole.” CENTER: During the “Classical” underclass collection Nasrene Shehedah, left, models Koriana Cichocki design alongside Laura Schmitt, who models a gown by Linda Zodda. LEFT: Kathryn Rita Johnson strikes a pose, displaying a work of senior designer Katherine Mahoney’s collection “The Flawed Edge of Beauty’s Consciousness.” SEE STORY ON PAGE 6

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A view into the sign storage room at the Cazenovia Town Highway Department. New regulations set forth in the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices require new signs to be 10-inches-tall and be made of thick aluminum covered with a diamond grade material to increase reflectivity. Each new sign will cost $100 fully installed. See Town Signs, page 13


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7:30 p.m.: Cazenovia College Chorale’s annual spring concert

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7 p.m.: Community Health Forum ‘Management of our aging skin’ Will be held at the Cazenovia United Methodist Church. Come ask Central New York Plastic Surgeon Dr. Dennis Branson your questions.

7 p.m.: Cazenovia College’s annual ‘Great Debate’

Participants will examine the issue of making English the official language of the United States. Debate will be conducted in McDonald Lecture Hall, of Eckel Hall on Lincklaen St. Free and open to the public.

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1:30 to 3 p.m.: The Dorothy Riester Retrospective Exhibition Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, sculptor and artist Daniel Buckingham will lecture on sculpture. To be held at the Hilltop House Library. Cost is $10

for members, $15 for nonmembers. Opening reception will follow afterward.

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6:45 p.m.: Public Hearing at Village Municipal Building

Will discuss community development needs and priorities as well as provide residents with information about the Community Development Block Grant Program.

6:50 p.m.: Public Hearing at Village Municipal Building

Will consider a proposed local law entitled, “A local law to enact the 2011 Zoning Code of the Village of Cazenovia.�

7 p.m.: Village Board Meeting

To be conducted in the Village Municipal Building, at 90 Albany St.

7 p.m.: Hydrofracking Committee, Cazenovia Advisory Conservation Commission meeting

To be held in the Community Room at the Caz Public Library. Topics of discussion will include the Compulsory Integration laws that currently govern natural gas development

Eagle Newspapers, the publisher of seven community newspapers in the greater Syracuse area, is currently accepting resumes from qualified journalists in anticipation of future openings for both editor and reporter positions. To be considered, please submit a current resume and two or three relevant examples of your writing ability to: Gary Catt Executive Editor in the State of New York. The public is encouraged to attend.


Tai Chi classes

For Cazenovia residents 55 and older. Classes are free and run every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the meeting house at the Presbyterian Church, Sullivan Street entrance. Sponsored by CASA. Beginners are welcome.

Free GED program and adult literacy tutoring

Free GED program and adult literacy tutoring at Cazenovia Public Library. Learn to Read, Learn to Speak English, Earn Your GED. Call Caz Read Ahead at 391-3557.

CazCares Story Room

CazCares Story Room offers a free, drop-in, reading-centered program for pre-schoolers and families. Call CazCares at 655-3174, Caz Read Ahead at 391-3557.

Cazenovia Writers’ Group

The Cazenovia Writers’ Group meets biweekly at the Cazenovia Library at 7 p.m. on Thursday to share and discuss their work. New members welcome. Contact Cathy at 527-1627 or David at 662-7576.

Early childhood care and education Cazenovia Children’s House accepts applications for programs at the licensed day care facilities and for the village based preschools. Call 655-5437.

Caz Library story time

Story time in the Story Garden at the Cazenovia Public Library is held every weekday morning at 10:15. a.m. Call 655-9322.

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Town Board calls for community members By Kristi Andersen

Cazenovia Town Councilor Are you interested in learning about and serving your community? The Cazenovia Town Board is looking for a few good neighbors to fill openings on our Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, and the Cazenovia Advisory Conservation Commission. The Planning Board, established in 1962, administers the Zoning Laws of the Town and deals with requests for subdivision, site plan review, and storm water management. There are seven members, appointed by the Town Board. Members attend monthly Planning Board meetings (7:30 p.m., first Thursday of the month) and monthly work sessions, as well as assuming responsibility for managing individual applicants’ files. Being a member of the Planning Board is definitely an opportunity to get involved in your community in a meaningful way. The ZBA has the authority to hear and decide appeals (and grant variances) from decisions of the enforcement See Board Vacancies, page 12

Caz Rotary to publish 18th phone book edition By Anna Marie Neuland

President, Cazenovia Rotary Club Cazenovia Rotary Club is preparing the 2012-13 community phone book. This is Rotary’s major fund raiser, which is published every two years. The cost of printing the phone book is covered by selling advertisements for the yellow pages directory to local businesses and organizations. Proceeds enable Rotary to financially donate to local non-profit agencies and projects plus international community through the Rotary Foundation. Contributions awarded include Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, Madison County

Children’s Camp, Rotary playground at Burton Street Park, Caz Cares and dictionaries to every third grader each year at Burton Street Elementary. Rotary also gives two $1,000 scholarships each year to graduates at Cazenovia High School. We have donated to Lorenzo State Historic Site and to the International polio eradication.


Members of the Cazenovia Tree Commission and student members of Project CAFE came out to Memorial Park for the annual tree installation ceremony and Arbor Day observance on April 23. In attendance from the Tree Commission were Jim Maloney, Jim Coufal, Anne Ferguson, Ted Bartlett, Betsy Moore, Jennifer Wielt, Amy Mann and Commissioner Tom Tait, among others. Representing Cazenovia High School and Project CAFE, were Gus Whitaker, Noah Zinsmeister, Matt Henderson and Addie Bartlett.

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New York State Conservation Fund Advisory Board member, Charlie Pace, right, and Onondaga County Sportsman Federation President, Stephen Wowelko, lead a group of representatives from the NYS Conservation Council on a cleanup of the Helen L. McNitt State Park on East Lake Road in Cazenovia on April 23.

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writing for the late-90s comedy series “Just Shoot Me!,” where he met “Modern Family” co-creator Steve Levitan. Levitan contacted Zukers years later, just as he was becoming disenchanted with the writing business. “I was really feeling like my career was drying up,” Zuker said. “So I started writing drama. I was all set to start becoming a very serious writer … when Steve Levitan called me up and said ‘Hey, I just did this pilot, it’s sort of up your alley. I’d love for you to take a look at it.’ I watched the pilot that he had shot, and by the time he got done, I felt like ‘What do I have to do to get on the show?’ It was just so good.” Zuker credits the show’s massive success to a form of writing that carefully blends real-life events with clever writing which makes “Modern Family” relatable. “A lot of these stories come out of our own lives,” Zuker said “I think the episodes of ‘Modern Family’ that work the best … that resonate with people, are the ones where people

like that was from my life.’” Zuker’s Hollywood success is no surprise to Syracuse University Professor Michael Schoonmaker, who said Zuker was the smartest person in the room when he had him as a student in the mid-80s. Zuker’s lecture ended with applause from the 100 people who attended. The writer also took questions from audience members, who were enthusiastic and quick to engage. “We have a question and answer

time, which is really the crux of what we designed the forums to be, some discussions,” said Cindy Sutton, president of the Cazenovia Forum. A reception followed the lecture, in which members of the audience were able to meet Zuker personally and further discuss American culture, and the role of a sitcom writer. “Anybody can write,” Zuker said, “But it’s a writer’s job to rewrite.” Kristin Smith is a senior journalism major at Utica College.


Danny Zuker, top right, shares his thoughts on writing comedy and drama television programs to a room full of residents during the Cazenovia Forum sponsored lecture on April 15.

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Editorial Guest commentary: We’ll play at our own risk, thank you!

File this in the “what were they thinking” folder. It seldom fails that when bureaucrats over-think something, bad ideas seep out. That was the case earlier this month after the state Health Department aired its intent to regulate the games children play. It was adios, Red Rover. Take off, Capture the Flag. Beat it, kick ball. The state determined through an unknown process that these perennially played games as well as whiffle ball needed to be reined in before someone got hurt. The proposed regulations targeted so-called “day camps,” which are typically operated as summer youth programs by local municipalities. The department expanded the definition for a children’s day camp to regulate “nonpassive recreational activities with significant risk of injury.” If a program included at least one NPRASRI it would be regulated as a children’s day camp. With that bureaucratic oversight, summer programs would be forced to pay for a permit and add on site medical supervision of activities. State Sen. Patty Ritchie (R-Oswegatchie) quickly threw a spotlight on this latest government intrusion, which was followed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s slap down of the department. “Summer recreation programs run on very limited budgets, but provide great opportunities for children,” Senator Ritchie said in her letter to the state health commissioner. “The additional state mandated expenditure for medical staff, record keeping and permit fees without ample time to put a plan in place will very likely put an end to these programs.” Added to that are the unintended consequences of such regulation. At a time when the incidence of childhood obesity is being decried, the state health department is crafting supercilious regulations that encourage sedentary recreation. Ritchie gets credit for spotting this intrusion. The state health department quickly dropped the regulations as the effort attracted scorn at a national level. The state Health Department should let kids be kids and pursue more substantial issues, such as finding a solution for the spiraling costs of NYS’s Medicaid system.

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Avoiding a slick argument on ‘proven oil reserves’ By Donald J. Boudreaux With Japan’s nuclear crisis and a wave of instability crossing the Middle East, pols and pundits are turning again to the question of our energy future. Will civil war and strife disrupt access to oil and our way of life? Can the United States change its century-old pattern of relying heavily upon petroleum? People will reach different answers to these questions and draw different conclusions about what to do. It would be helpful, however, if everyone could get the factual premises right. Unfortunately, one thing all too many observers have in common is an erroneous understanding of what the term “proven oil reserves” means. The myths surrounding this

oft-cited figure are pervasive. And there’s no way to have a realistic conversation about energy without getting facts and definitions straight. Republicans for Environmental Protection is just one of many so-called expert groups that get it wrong. “The notion that the U.S., which sits atop less than three-percent of the world’s proven oil reserves, can drill enough oil to drive down prices if the flow is interrupted from a region with 64 percent of the world’s reserves is a pipedream,” David Jenkins, a vice president, recently wrote. He argued that supporters of drilling “all neglect to mention that the U.S. is already disproportionately depleting its scant 3 percent reserves to produce 8 percent of current global production.” Jenkins paints a frightening

picture of the future. But whatever good arguments there might be for keeping tight restrictions on drilling, his isn’t one of them. That’s because the size of any nation’s proven oil reserves depends not only upon how much oil is contained in its borders, but also upon its government’s drilling policies. Here’s how the Society of Petroleum Engineers defines it: “Proved reserves are those quantities of petroleum which, by analysis of geological and engineering data, can be estimated with reasonable certainty to be commercially recoverable, from a given date forward, from known reservoirs and under current economic conditions, operating methods, and government regulations.” See Oil Reserves, page 17

Letters RSVP seeks volunteers for Safe Pill Drop-Off day

To the editor: The Retired Senior Volunteer Program helpers are to continue their involvement with the highly successful Madison County Safe Pill Drop-Off project. This next opportunity to safely discard unused pills will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 30, at the Madison County Landfill. Since the project began in 2009, residents have dropped off over 740 pounds of unwanted medications for proper disposal keeping pharmaceuticals out of the water and off the streets. For those who have not heard, Safe Pill Drop-Off is where residents can bring their expired and unused medications, unused veterinary meds, OTCs and sharps to the Madison County Landfill for proper disposal. Residents are asked to bring all needles in red bio hazard containers. There will be free shredding of confidential documents available on the same day. RSVP seeks volunteers interested in helping the environment and preventing substance abuse to consider this important project. We need people

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to help on Saturday April 30 at the landfill to greet the public and flag cars. Volunteers work a twohour shift and in just a couple of hours, know they have done a good job to address a critical community need. Anyone interested in helping out can call Mary at RSVP, 684-3001 Ext. 103. MARY BARTLETT DIRECTOR, RSVP OF MADISON COUNTY

Thanks to Cazenovia Poker Walkers

To the editor: A big “thank you” is due, to all community members who supported the 14th annual Caz Poker Walk on April 10. Special thanks to Pete and Jennie as well as the staff at the Golden Pheasant, to the other five local restaurants: Brae Loch, Brewster, Caz Sports Bowl, Caz Pizzeria, Seven Stone Steps, and to each of the 82 walkers who partook. A total of $1,252 was donated to the Susan G.

Komen Race for the CureTeam Beth. All the monies will be used toward research and programs to cure breast cancer. The present incidence rate of breast cancer is 1 out of 8 women. Being one of the 8, I know I have benefited from the recent advancements in detection and treatment made possible through such funding. I personally wish to thank all those who have given in the past, who gave for this event and those who will continue to donate. Cazenovia continues to lead from the heart. BETH BENNETT MAY TEAM BETH

Senator Schumer keeps farmers afloat To the editor: Farmers in our area once again owe a deep gratitude to Sen. Charles Schumer, who helped thwart the EPA from enacting onerous regulations that would have forced dairy farmers to implement costly plans to prevent milk spills.

Through a ridiculous interpretation of oil spill regulations, the EPA was gearing up to demand that dairy farmers develop and implement milk spill prevention procedures in their dairy barns. We’re talking about the same kind of spill prevention contingency plans required of oil companies such as ExxonMobil or BP. It’s ridiculous; milk is not oil. Sen. Schumer, along with others in our congressional delegation, was successful in his effort to convince the EPA that this kind of overregulation was unnecessary and would have been extremely costly to our farm families, who are looking at the highest fuel prices in years as they prepare to go back into the fields for spring planting. New York Farm Bureau is appreciative of Sen. Schumer’s advocacy for our industry and fighting for our farmers on this and so many other issues. DARRELL GRIFF PRESIDENT, MADISON COUNTY FARM BUREAU




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Spring runners raise funds for Habitat for Humanity Syracuse area musicians to perform

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Area residents Rebecca Friedland and Rachel Alter stretch before the 5K race. The Hamilton HomeRun is just one of the 17 races that are being conducted this year as part of the 2011 Route 20 Road Challenge.

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Runners at the starting line for the HomeRun 5K on Colgate University campus, April 9. The event raised $1,400 for the Madison County Habitat for Humanity. how I was 30 years ago struggling to buy a house. I do it so someone can get into a good house like I did.” All proceeds raised by the race are donated to the Madison County Habitat for Humanity. Rachel Bernstein, associate director of Colgate’s Center for Outreach, Volunteerism and Education, said this year they were able to raise $1,400. For the first time this year, the Route 20 Association of New York State partnered with Colgate’s Habitat for Humanity HomeRun to help promote the race. The association added the event to its 11th Annual Route 20 Road Challenge Series. Administrator of the Route 20 Association John Sagendorf said the Colgate race and all the other races part of the Route 20 Road Challenge are worthy causes in the communities where they are held. “We’re nothing but a sideliner to help promote, build attendance and participation to help


these worthy causes.” The Route 20 Association is a not-for-profit organization formed to preserve and promote the Route 20 Scenic Byway and its corridor communities. “The first role of the association is to get people to travel on Route 20,” Sagendorf said. “And, once we get them on Route 20, it’s all about getting them off Route 20 and visiting the unique businesses in the corridor communities. The association does it to build appreciation for the byway and help businesses and events along Route 20.” Bernstein said the partnership with the Route 20 Association helps the event. “They approached us earlier in the semester and we have been happy to help promote each other’s work for the first time.” More on the Route 20 Association and the Road Challenge can be found at

The next musical acts to take the stage of the Nelson Odeon will be Larry Hoyt, Eileen Rose, John Cadley and Cathy Wenthen, at 8 p.m. on Friday April 29. Larr y Hoyt may be known to local audiences as the of a weekly folk and acoustic music show, Common Threads, on WAERFM, Syracuse. Larry has been playing music since 1981 and has several cassettes and albums under his wings. Larry Hoyt will be joined by lead and backup vocals by the talented Eileen Rose. John and Cathy have each been playing music in the Syracuse area for many years, and have recently combined their talents into a “new acoustic” duo featuring smooth duet harmonies supported by guitars, mandolin, and banjo. Together, they present a highly enjoyable listening experience for audiences of all ages.

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Saturday April 16 marked the 38th annual fashion show at Cazenovia College. The event, titled â&#x20AC;&#x153;Runway Rhapsodyâ&#x20AC;? was sponsored by Syracuse-based clothing company Dreissig Apparel and held at the Cazenovia Collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Schneewiess Athletic Complex. A matinee production took place at 2:30 p.m. while the evening show was put on at 7:30 p.m.; each to a packed crowd of college students, staff and community members. The shows, which were simultaneously webcast, included artfully crafted garments from students spanning all levels of the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fashion Design program. The eventâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Producer, Assistant Professor of Fashion Design Laurabeth Allyn, acted as the event emcee and offered insight to the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s growing fashion department. â&#x20AC;&#x153;One of the things about the show Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m most proud of is how much of it is student run. Other than the lighting, the music and production aspects, everything else is students; the promotional materials, the models, the designers and directors.â&#x20AC;? Allyn said.


Student model Heather Murfitt wears an outfit designed by Joneshia Thomas, during the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Technoâ&#x20AC;? portion of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Runway Rhapsodyâ&#x20AC;? fashion show. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m really proud of that, I think it makes it successful. But it is also one of the aspects that make it hard. One of the things we have to look at for next year is how big itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s become. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not necessarily as feasible as it has been in the past for 25 students and one professor to put on.â&#x20AC;? The show itself is the examination for a class at Cazenovia College. Stu-

dents enrolled in the course â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fashion Production Managementâ&#x20AC;? are assigned to coordinate different aspects of the large-scale production. While it was the work of the Fashion Design program students on display, students of the collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Business ManagementFashion Merchandising program handled all logistical aspects of the event. Allyn said the show is an entirely selfsufficient endeavor, with production costs totaling $20,000. Ticket sales, and sponsorship from area businesses fund each yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s show. Graduating senior and BM-FM major Erica Marchese was the Student Director of this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s show. Having participated in two previous productions, Marchese said this event was greatly improved from her freshman year experience. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think the show was really great this year. The fashion department is definitely getting more recognition around campus,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were very organized, and the designerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s collections were fantastic. I think people noticed how much work it takes.â&#x20AC;? The event was of a high production value and well orchestrated by the faculty and student organizers. The See Runway Rhapsody, page 20

Candidate forum for Cazenovia BOE to be held The League of Women Voters of Cazenovia is sponsoring a forum for Candidates of the Cazenovia Central School District Board of Education at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 9 in the Library of the Cazenovia High School. There are four candidates vying for three open positions on the school board. All four have agreed to participate. Each candidate will introduce themselves to the vot-

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ers and explain why they wish to serve on the board. The audience will have an opportunity to submit questions to the prospective board members on issues relating to the school district. The LWV of Cazenovia encourages residents of the CCSD to attend and learn about the candidates. Contact Anne Redfern at 655-9124 with questions.

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Spring is finally here and so are the college notification letters. It used to be that a fat letter suggested a student was accepted to a college. A thin envelope implied rejection. This is no longer true. Colleges and universities are hedging their bets by employing new â&#x20AC;&#x153;enrollment managementâ&#x20AC;? options, including extensive use of wait lists, deferred admissions and guaranteed transfer options. In order to fully appreciate these options one must first understand that colleges have been overwhelmed with thousands, if not tens of thousands, of applications. This is largely the result of a growing number of institutions (460 colleges and universities) accepting the Common Application, and students submitting many more applications in hopes of getting accepted somewhere. Colleges are challenged with accurate projections of the number of accepted applicants who will ultimately enroll. To hedge their bets, colleges over-accept applicants expecting a certain number to select other institutions. Colleges also offer candidates who did not make the first cut placement on wait lists. Generally these offers are accompanied with a letter of intent. Students who do not reply to the letter of intent will automatically

be removed from the wait list. I strongly encourage students who have been placed on a wait list at a preferred institution to do more than submit the wait list Maria Badami form. This is their last opportunity to demonstrate interest in an institution. They should write a letter or email, addressed to the person who signed their wait list letter, informing them of their strong interest in the college and updating them on any new information. The tone of the letter should be positive and mature. A letter of support from a school counselor or teacher is appropriate, but students should not overwhelm the admissions office with too much information. They should not call daily or visit the admissions office unannounced. They should not attend the accepted studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; event - this is a sure way to get crossed off a wait list. The practice of guaranteed transfer or deferral is becoming increasingly popular. Taking into account that a certain number of students will drop out after their first semester, transfer

to another institution, study abroad or graduate mid year, colleges are making great efforts to keep every dorm room full by offering students spots at their college at a later semester. Last year, SUNY Geneseo offered 500 students the option of starting in the spring. SUNY Binghamton just offered 600 applicants spots in its freshman dorms, but those students have to enroll in Broome County Community College, becoming eligible for admission to Binghamton in a year or two. Cornell offers some high school seniors the option to transfer with the caveat that they attend another accredited institution and earn at least a 3.3 grade point average. Not one of these options is easy. Matriculating later often results in students feeling left out, not creating the strong bonds other freshman have established. Similarly, waiting to get off a wait list may have serious consequences. Students may forfeit expensive college deposits, or prevent themselves from â&#x20AC;&#x153;falling in loveâ&#x20AC;? with the college(s) to which they have been admitted. Maria Badami, MS is a college admissions consultant with COLLEGE DIRECTIONS of CNY. 7030 East Genesee St., Fayetteville, NY, 243-6658. www.





Cazenovia Chat Taste of Cazenovia, to benefit the Children’s House has moved its event date to Sept. 21.

GCACC members learn to ‘tweet,’ ‘blog’ April meeting informed members of online marketing

The village has planted a new sugar maple tree in Memorial Park. More landscaping will be ongoing over the next few years. Rx Presentation: “Your Prescription for Finding Quality Health Information on the Internet.” At the Cazenovia Public Library, 2 p.m. May 4. For more info, call 655-9322. Wanderers Rest is having a fund raiser silent auction, food, and fun, to help our furry friends from 7 to 9:30 p.m. April 29. Visit or check their ad online at

By Pierce Smith The Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce hosted their latest monthly meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. April 19 in the Stone’s Throw at 79 Albany St. Over 50 members came to rub elbows with fellow area business owners, enjoy the hors d’oeuvres supplied by Dan Kuper of the Lincklaen House and listen to a presentation by chamber members Tom Lyga of and Kate Brodock from the on the importance of social media networking in business. “Social media doesn’t have to be an intimidating thing to think about; it’s not just for the younger generation,” Brodock said. “It can be very useful to an area like Cazenovia for a lot of different reasons. If people can begin to think about some of the ways they can connect with potential customers, I think that would be a great start.”


Mark your calendars: the outdoor farmers market starts at 9 a.m. May 7. Get your last minute Mother’s Day gifts and produce. Film: “Royal Wedding.” At the Cazenovia Public Library, 2 p.m. April 29 Free. For more info, call 6559322. PIERCE SMITH

Caz Chamber members Hume Laidman, center, and Art Bigsby have a face-to-face conversation at a recent social media networking presentation put on by the GCACC, April 19 at Stone’s Throw. Websites like Facebook, Twitter and personal blogs have exponentially grown in popularity within the past 6 years, she said. Recent political uprisings in Egypt were widely facilitated by twitter users and millions of people worldwide have created Facebook accounts. Many business owners have noticed these trends, and have begun to advertise accordingly. During the presentation some

chamber members in attendance expressed a degree of confusion with the technology. Lyga clarified that while these websites are relatively new developments, social networking is a business practice as old as society. “Social networking is nothing new. For 2,000 years, we’ve known that word-of-mouth advertising is by far the best kind of promotion,” he said. See GCACC, page 20

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Dr. Weiskotten Galton joins the Cazenovia Animal Hospital

Dr. Anne Weiskotten Galton

The Cazenovia Animal Hospital will have a new associate veterinarian, Dr. Anne Weiskotten Galton, join the workforce in May. Dr. Galton is the daughter of Paul and Nancy Weiskotten, as well as the granddaughter of the late Dr. Wright Newton, who practiced veterinary medicine in Cazenovia. Galton graduated from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005, where she was the recipient of the Gentle Doctor Award. This award is given to the fourth year veterinary student who exemplifies dedication to the delivery of excellent veterinary patient care. Her first six professional years were spent practicing small animal medicine in Syracuse. Dr. Galton enjoys caring for all small animals, but has a special interest in

feline medicine and regularly pursues continuing education in the field. Dr. Galton grew up in Cazenovia and worked and previously worked at the Cazenovia Animal Hospital as a veterinary assistant, prior to attending Cornell Veterinary College. She currently resides in Cazenovia with her husband Bradley, their young children Ava and William as well as their two cats. Dr. Galton said she is thrilled to be joining the ranks of the Cazenovia Animal Hospital and to provide care to the pets in her community. She is looking forward to building relationships her clients and their pets for years to come. To learn more about the hospital, access their website, visit their location at 2750 Rt. 20 East in Cazenovia, or call them at 655-3409.


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In history: Week of April 27

cooking purposes. It is estimated that the cost of installing a motor and pump, with the necessary protection, that would fill the sprinkling tanks directly from the lake or some other source as quickly as they can now be filled from the hydrants, would not be over $175 â&#x20AC;Ś Only seven minutes or less would be required to fill the tank. The new sprinkler, ordered some time ago, arrived this week and will be put into use as soon as the sprinkling season opens about the first of the month. The demands from the different streets that sprinkling service be given have so increased that both the old and the new sprinklers will have to be used this year. The board is compelled to sprinkle a street when two-thirds of the residents demand it.

125 Years Ago April 29, 1886 - The street sprinkler and the iceman will soon be seen resuming operations.

100 Years Ago April 27, 1911 - Now that the streets have been so well cleaned, if the people individually would take pride in keeping the old papers and rubbish picked up, the streets would remain in this neat condition. Wrappers from newspapers and magazines are thoughtlessly scattered and the fruit men throw around the tissue paper coming on oranges. Each forgets his wife isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t on hand to pick it up. The streets in Cazenovia are well cared for by the village


The street sprinkler, circa 1890, watered the streets to keep dust at a minimum for travelers.

authorities and much can be done by individuals to keep them in good condition. The Village Board has under consideration a proposition that would provide local water consumers with all the water needed during the summer months when the supply is usually curtailed. The idea is to supply the street sprinkler from some other source than the mains. Each of the sprinklers require about 40 tanks of 450 gallons every day and just at a time when the supply usually is the shortest â&#x20AC;Ś The board is up against the proposition of getting more water from somewhere and consider that it would be much more desirable to use lake water for sprinkling than to pump it into the mains to be used for drinking and

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An Open Letter. (To) License Commissioners â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Gentlemen, we desire to call your attention to the fact that parties in Cazenovia are evidently selling intoxicating drinks to improper persons, men who are unable to control their appetite for drink and men who, when under the influence of liquor, are disorderly and dangerous. Our cares in conducting the affairs of the village are rendered more onerous, and our village police expenses increase by all unguarded sales of intoxicants, we also regard it as injurious to all hotel keepers and dealers â&#x20AC;Ś We trust that no person will be given authority to sell intoxicating liquor in Cazenovia who has gaming devices in use, who keeps open after the prescribed hours for closing, and on Sunday, harbors disorderly persons or permits minors to contract bad habits. (From) L.W. Ledyard, President (Village of Cazenovia), J.H.T.E. Burr, Somers Hill, E.B. Knowlton (Trustees).

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Mullarney; Alexander to be wed By Karen Mullareny Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mullarney, of Hunter Drive in Baldwinsville, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Erin Elizabeth Mullarney, to Shawn Michael Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Alexander of Ankeny, Iowa. Miss Mullarney is a 2002 graduate of C.W. Baker High School, a 2006 graduate of Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois with a Bachelor of Arts in Music, and a 2010 graduate of Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, Illinois with a Masters of Music. Miss Mullarney also holds a Masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s of Education from National-Louis University, Chicago, Illinois in Administration and Supervision. The bride-tobe is currently employed

Erin Elizabeth Mullarney, Shawn Michael Alexander as a music educator by the Schiller Park School District 81, Schiller Park, Illinois. Mr. Alexander, a 2001 graduate of Ankeny High School, is a 2005 graduate of Cedarville University, Cedarville, Ohio. He holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Business Management and Marketing; he is currently studying with Liberty University in Lynchberg, Vir-


ginia and plans to graduate with a Masters of Business Administration in May 2012. Mr. Alexander is employed as an Executive Team Leader for the Target Corporation in Willowbrook, Illinois. The wedding is planned for 1p.m., July 30 at the Word of Life Assembly of God Church in Baldwinsville.

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The Lincklaen House was the setting for the November 20, 2010 marriage of Nancy Ifflander Sagar, of Cazenovia, and Lawrence R. Loffredo, of DeRuyter. Reverend Dr. Steven R. Thomas, pastor of the Cazenovia First Presbyterian Church, officiated the candlelit ceremony at 5 p.m. Laura Stevens was the Matron of Honor for her mother, and James Staley, brother-in-law of the groom, was the Best Man. The bride was escorted by her son, Jason Sagar. A traditional Celtic harp was played by Alexandra Coursen for the ceremony and the cocktail hour, which followed. The 65 guests in attendance dined and danced in the Lincklaen dining room with music which spanned decades, by DJ Dave Williams. Decorating for the wedding was done by An-

Nancy Sagar Loffredo, Lawrence R. Loffredo drea DeLorenzo, Maggie Paschke and Joy Varley of Westchester County, with multi-colored rose wedding bouquets designed by Trina Purcell of Bloom, DeRuyter. The reception had a classic car theme, with red 1950s car balloons floating above the tables and penny candies of the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;50s and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;60s for guests to enjoy. The wedding cake topper was a red convertible model car, with a photo of the bride and groom in the

front seats. Nancy and Larry spent a week in Vegas, followed by a second honeymoon cruise to the Western Caribbean aboard the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Norwegian Epicâ&#x20AC;? in February. The bride has retired after 30 years as a school social worker, most recently employed by the Syracuse City School District. The groom is retired from his Westchester County business in home restoration and remodeling.

Optimist class: soapbox boats sailing enthusiasts Willow Bank Yacht Club and Cazenovia Lake will be host the Central New York Sailing Association Annual Regatta the weekend of July 9 and 10. The event will bring participants from 30 sailing clubs across the state to partake in races. In the preceding weeks, a series of articles about the various fleets that will be seen competing will be featured. The story of the Optimist class, the smallest to be featured in the Regatta, starts on land, with a group of young kids racing


around the streets of Clearwater, Florida, in soapbox cars (homemade go-carts). The local civic group, Optimists International, asked boat designer Clark Mills to build a floating version of the soapbox cars to get the kids off the street and onto the water. Mills took them quite literally, and came up with a boxy 7-foot 7-inch pram dinghy which could be knocked together from two 8-foot sheets of plywood. Thus the Optimist was born. The class was launched in 1948 and spread to Europe a few years later, courtesy of a Danish skipper, Axel See Opti Class, page 20





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Caz boys lacrosse hammers Central Square Rested, refreshed Lakers move to 8-1, look to improve ranking in NYS Class C By Phil Blackwell A 7-1 push through the first half of the regular season landed the Cazenovia boys lacrosse team in the no. 3 spot in the state Class C rankings, so it deserved a chance to unwind a bit. Indeed, the Lakers sat for a week following its 14-5 win over Marcellus on April 16, not returning until Saturday’s non-league encounter with Central Square, from the Class A ranks, at the Fenner Street complex. Some return from a long break and show some rust - but not the Lakers, who flourished in the first quarter and went on to beat the Red Hawks 14-5. In those first 12 minutes, Cazenovia attacked hard, not letting up until it enjoyed a 6-1 lead. From there, the rest of the game

was spent nursing that margin - and growing it, the Lakers outscoring Central Square in each period. Connor Cannizzaro had a role in more than half the Lakers’ scoring plays, finishing with five goals and four assists, while his older brother, Sean, also managed four assists to go with his pair of tallies. Mason Powell and Joe Nardella each matched Sean Cannizzaro’s two-goal output, Powell adding a pair of assists. Brad Nardella had a goal and assist as John Greacen and Alan Baldwin also converted. Ben Romagnoli had a particularly good game in goal, recording 16 saves. Cazenovia ended its five-game homestand Tuesday, against LaFayette, and will take another week off until they return to the road May 3 to play Onondaga.

Girls Laker lax smother Westhill for first win By Phil Blackwell Four straight defeats to open the season had left the Cazenovia girls lacrosse team in an ornery mood – something that would start to ease only when a victory was secured. And the Lakers broke that drought in an emphatic manner during last Tuesday’s game against Westhill at the Fenner Street complex, where Gabby Jaquith – and the rest of her team – sparkled in a 19-8 romp over the Warriors. All through the first half, Cazenovia showed its potency on the attack, not stopping until it had a 9-5 lead. And that production picked up in the second half, just as the defense tightened and kept Westhill from any ideas of a comeback. Jaquith, in all, picked up 12 points, backing up her seven goals with five assists. She kept getting open because Kaitlyn Button and Becca Wheeler were quite effective, each of them scoring four goals and three assists. In support, Colleen Dougherty got two goals, while Laura Gregg and Jessy Silfer each had one goal and one assist. Kayla Dorrance contributed an assist, too. Cazenovia then sought back-to-back wins Thursday, against Cortland, and in wintry conditions the Lakers almost pulled it off before falling to the Purple Tigers 9-8. Strong defense in the first half helped the Lakers forge a 4-2 lead. Yet it could not hold on, as Carly Cunningham, who had five goals, led Cortland back. Jaquith had a part in most of Cazenovia’s scoring plays, with three goals and three assists. Wheeler and Button both scored twice, with Gregg getting the other goal. Dougherty and Kayla Dorrance earned assists. Megan Cooney recorded nine saves. The Lakers close out April with a trip to LaFayette Tuesday and a visit from Onondaga on Thursday afternoon.


Senior goaltender Ben Romagnoli blocks an opponent’s shot as a defensive Laker chases down the attacker during a recent game at the Sean Googin Memorial Sports Complex. The team’s record has grown to 8-1, putting them at the third spot in the New York State Class-C ranking. The Lakers take on Onondaga next, May 3.

Cazenovia hosts Borgognoni Tournament By Phil Blackwell Three local baseball teams were part of the field at last Tuesday’s Borgognoni Tournament in Cazenovia, where late rallies proved decisive in Chittenango’s rise to the top spot. In the opener, the Bears met Oneida and were inches from defeat before a dramatic comeback helped beat the Indians 6-5. It went back and forth the entire game, Oneida leading 1-0 before Chittenango seized a 3-1 lead in the fifth. The Indians appeared to regain control with a three-run rally in the top of the seventh, putting the Bears behind 4-3. Not done yet, Chittenango tied it with two runs in its half of the seventh, then won it in the eighth when a line drive went off the glove of Oneida’s Cody Staple,

allowing the decisive run to score. Brendan Galek, Mike Moon, Erik Kurz and Steve Mesmer each drove in runs for the Bears as Galek and Devin Christopher notched triples. Six different players scored the six runs as Wes Burghardt won with a two-inning stint in relief of Moon. Oneida lost despite Dylan VanDresar’s three hits and Brian Chevier adding two hits. VanDresar also threw five innings and surrendered just two hits and four walks. In the other part of the opening round, host Canastota met New York Mills, losing an 8-3 decision to the Marauders as Jeff Merrell took the defeat. This put Mills into the finals, against Chittenango, and again the Bears waited until the late stages to make

its big move as it toppled the Marauders 7-3 for the first-place trophy. Up 3-0 through three innings, the Bears watched Mills used a three-run fifth inning off Jeff Pierce to tie it, 3-3. But Chittenango responded by scoring four times in the sixth to move ahead for good as Jasek recorded the final three outs. Christopher set the pace, notching three hits and three runs scored. Galek finished with a pair of RBIs, while Burghardt scored twice as he, Jasek and Mike Messinger drove in one run apiece. Aaron Endres and Brad Phelps also scored. Put into the consolation final, Canastota atoned in a big way, knocking of Oneida 9-3 as it used five runs in the first two innings to seize control. Not only did Richard Mitchell pitch his way to

the win, he doubled twice as newcomer Andrew Frost tripled. Alex Foster and An Sgarlata also had two-base hits. On Thursday, Chittenango returned home to DiChristina Field and returned to league play – and it was a rude greeting as Bishop Ludden beat the Bears 14-3. Three pitchers – Burghardt, Christopher and Jasek – gave up 14 hits as Ludden broke clear with three runs in the fifth inning and seven runs in the top of the sixth. Jasek and Kurz did drive in runs, but Chittenango had just six total hits against the Gaelic Knights’ tandem of James Murray and Corey Poplawski. Meanwhile, Murray had three hits and scored three runs as Ludden teammate Ciro Frontale got three RBIs.

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Jeanette Cudney, left, and Rae Tobey finished first and second in the 2000 meter steeplechase to help Cazenovia to a decisive win in the Madison County Championship meet on April 15. The Lakers won 16 of 20 events and piled up 252 points to finish first among the five teams participating.

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The Cazenovia girls track and field team continued their tradition of excellence at the Madison County Championship meet on April 15, scoring 252 points to outdistance runner-up Oneida (132) and three other county squads for the title. The three-decade-old event was postponed last year due to construction at Canastota High School, but the Lakers resumed their recent string of victories, claiming their fifth win in six attempts under the current coaching staff. The Lakers posted an impressive string of performances despite the early date and cool temperatures, winning 16 of 20 events and tallying a number of season-best times and distances. Paige Biviano led the Lakers, claiming four gold medals highlighted by a strong early season effort of 5-2 in the high jump. She also tied her season best of 16.0 in the 100 hurdles, heaved the javelin 76-9 and won the long jump at 14-8. Ashley Winn beat the field by three seconds with a quick 60.8 clocking in the 400 meter dash. She also won the 100 in 13.1 and anchored the Lakers’ section-leading 4x100 relay to victory in 53.0 seconds. Jill Vogl brought home the gold in the 200 with a speedy time of 27.3 and joined Winn, Audrey Bowers and Piper Gianforte for the 4x100 victory. Hollie Marcelle led a powerful contingent of distance runners as she won the 800 in a season-best 2:33.4 and led the 4x800 to victory while teammate Tori Widrick beat her best time from 2010 with a 5:13.2 winning effort in the 1500. Freshman Jeanette Cudney won the 2000 meter steeplechase in her first attempt at the event with an 8:16.2 time and also contributed to two relays. Michelle Karker completed a Laker sweep of the distance events as she captured the 3000 in a personal best time of 11:53. Silver medals were also prevalent on the track as Jill Vogl (100), Margaret Wolsey (1500), Rae Tobey (steeplechase) and the 4x400 meter team all added to the dominant team performance. Laura Fitch led the squad in the 400 hurdles with a bronze medal effort. Cazenovia’s depth was another key to victory as Hannah Light-Olson (4x400, 400H), Megan Stanford (4x400), Amber Robinson (400), Evelyn Wells (800), Anna Schultz (200) and Emma Wolsey (3000) all scored for Cazenovia. In addition to Biviano’s trio of field event victories, Molly Woodworth added a gold medal of her own in the shot put with a winning 28-4.5 effort, while also scoring in the javelin. Piper Gianforte continued the Lakers’ history of excellence in the pole vault, claiming the county title at 8-6 while teammate Emily Clipston captured third. Grace Eberle added a pair of silver medal finishes in the shot (26-8) and discus (72-2) with Audrey Bowers (long jump), Marie Sugio (high jump), and Megan Stanford (triple jump) also scoring in the field. Beth Marcelle (first) and Ashley Stec (fourth) wrapped up the Lakers’ scoring with 14 points in the grueling pentathlon event. The Lady Lakers also competed at the Tully Invitational over break despite the cold and occasionally snowy conditions. Highlights included a second place 16.37 (automated timing) effort by Paige Biviano in the 100 meter hurdles and a personal best 5:10.36 clocking by Tori Widrick in the 1500. Cazenovia (with a record of 1-0 in the OHSL) will return from break to the heart of their season this week as they face Solvay and CBA on Wednesday and compete at the Chittenango Invite on Saturday.


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Spring Ladies Night Out to be held May 5 T h e s e c on d an nu a l Spring Ladiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Night Out is scheduled for Thursday May 5 in downtown Cazenovia. Celebrate the spring season as stores stay open until 8:30 p.m. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s featured guest will be Nelson Farms. The store located in Nelson, will provide tastings of their locally produced products throughout the village. Purchases can be made that evening at the Lincklaen House. Baldwinsville native Romona Waldecker will be demonstrating her Kickinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Chicken Riggie Sauce at Lillie Bean. All the pride of NY products that are to be included will be brought to the market place by Nelson Farms. Cazenovia resident


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Nelson Farms will bring an assortment of locally produced good to Ladies Night Out on May 5. Pictured from left to right: Tomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bootleg BBQ sauce, Saratoga Bloody Mare Mix, Nelson Farms Chocolate Maple Topping, Primo & Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Heritage Salsa, Tannaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ginger and Garlic Chutney, Ramonaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kickinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Chicken Riggie Sauce and American Heritage Wine Biscuits. Tina Mcpherson will provide The Primo & Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Heritage Salsa. At 8:30 p.m., ladies may gather for complimentary hors dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;oeuvres and cash

bar at the Lincklaen with door prizes donated by local merchants. Wear the most outrageous hat of the evening and win a $100 CAZ-BUCKS certificate.

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officer who administers our zoning laws. There are five members who meet on the fourth Monday of the month. The Cazenovia Area Conservation Commission was established in 1974 to work in partnership with the Town Board and the Planning Board toward the preservation and improvement of the quality of the natural and man-made environment in the Town. It provides advice about

the environmental impact of proposed developments or buildings. It has seven members, and may be called upon to conduct on-site visits and make recommendations to the Planning Board. Being a member of the CACC means you will have a direct impact on the communityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s environmental health. If you would like more information, the Town website ( contains mem-

minutes. Or you can call Jackie Diehl at the Town Offices, 655-9213. There is a simple application form for all three boards on the website as well. The Town Board considers geographical distribution, employment history and special expertise in order to maintain a balance of individuals with diversified backgrounds and concerns, committed to working with their neighbors to preserve, maintain and improve our unique community.



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Recent thefts: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;a consistent and prevalent problemâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Been having trouble finding streets around Cazenovia lately? Wondering where the signs have disappeared to? So is the Town Highway Department. In the past few weeks, numerous street signs have been stolen from area avenues including Syossett Drive, Ferndell, Chard and Maple Roads. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lately itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been such a consistent and prevalent problem; the town board is at a point where if we catch the person, we will prosecute,â&#x20AC;? said Cazenovia Town Highway Department Superintendent Tim Hunt. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It has cost the tax-payers quite a bit of money.â&#x20AC;? Hunt said he understands the allure and nostalgia associated with obtaining an official street sign, but warned of the harm done by sign theft. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We expect to lose a few signs here and there. Kids like them for their dorm rooms,â&#x20AC;? Hunt said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It starts out as a harmless prank, but it ends up costing a large amount of money and it can be a safety hazard if ambulances are responding to emergencies and canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t find the road.â&#x20AC;? Recently, the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices, the standard to which Highway Departments nationwide must comply, was revised. The MUTCD regulations regarding the size of street signs have been modified to better accommodate drivers with poor vision.

Signs that are currently in use need not be replaced, however all new street signs that are to be installed must be 10-inch tall aluminum panels, with a diamond-grade covering to increase reflectivity. Each signâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s letters must be at least six-inches tall with a border of two inches on all sides. Including posts and installation, the amount each new sign will cost is $100. Over the course of one night last August, Hunt said that every single street sign in Cazenovia was stolen. The total cost the department incurred while replacing each sign amounted to approximately $5,500. If the same incident was to happen today, replacing each sign could cost upwards of $8,000 because of the new regulations, Hunt said. The Town of Cazenovia Highway Department currently oversees over 75 roads in Madison County. If you see a theft in progress, be sure to take note of the vehicle and suspects, and call the Cazenovia Police Department at 655-3276, if the incident is occurring outside of regular office hours, call 366-2311. To report a missing sign, contact the highway department at 655-4852. To learn more about the Town of Cazenovia Highway Departmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s staff and jurisdiction, visit content/Departments or stop by the garage at 3425 Constine Bridge Road in Cazenovia during business hours. To read up on the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices, visit


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The yellow pages section is a valuable resource for people to locate specific needs. Not only do businesses advertise their services, but provide support to the community and around the world. New businesses that would like to be listed should contact Anna Marie Neuland, Rotary president, by calling 655-9182 or emailing amneuland@ by May 15. The ads will cover the duration of two years, and cost from $130 for a business card sized ad, to $950 for a full page ad.

We also need to be made aware of white page address and phone number changes. We print not only 655, 662, and 815 numbers; but will also print any cell phone numbers that you would like published. Call 655-9182 for these additions. Rotaryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s target date for mailing the completed phone book to every resident is during the month of July. Enclosed will be an envelope for a five dollar donation to help defray printing costs. Our hope is to lessen the cost to advertisers while still providing this useful phone book.

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Open since 1970, Yogi Bearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Jellystone Park offers fun activities for families wishing to â&#x20AC;&#x153;get away,â&#x20AC;? relax and enjoy being outdoors. Weekends from May 1 until the end of October are planned around a different theme. The recreation staff provides planned activities seven days a week from June 24 until Labor Day Weekend. A typical day includes flage raising with Yogi Bear, wagon rides,

crafts, field games and time with both Yogi Bear and Boo Boo. Camping facilities include both campsites and cabins. Miniature golf, gemstone mining and Water Wars are open to the public every day. Cindyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kitchen, serving meals and ice cream, is located in the large Ranger Station. Also located in the Ranger Station is a fully-stocked store for gifts, RV/camping supplies, See Yogi, continued on next page

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NOTICE OF A MEETING OF VOTERS OF THE CAZENOVIA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CAZENOVIA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HEREBY GIVES NOTICE that a meeting of the qualified voters of said School District will be held in the Auditorium at the Cazenovia High School at 31 Emory Avenue, Cazenovia, New York, in said School District, on Tuesday, May 17, 2011, between the hours of 7:00 am and 9:00 pm, prevailing time, for the purpose of voting upon the propositions hereinafter set forth and for the election of members of the Board of Education. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that a hearing for the purpose of reviewing the proposed 20112012 School District Budget will be held on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 at 6:30 pm, prevailing time, in the auditorium of the Cazenovia High School at 31 Emory Avenue, Cazenovia, New York. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that a copy of the statement of the amount of money which will be required for the ensuing year for school purposes and the propositions may be obtained by any taxpayer in said School District at each schoolhouse in said School District in which school is maintained between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm on each day other than a Saturday, Sunday or holiday during the fourteen (14) days immediately preceding May 17, 2011. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that petitions nominating candidates for the Board of Education vacancies must be filed in the office of the Clerk of said School District, Cazenovia Middle School, Cazenovia, New York, between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm not later than the 15th day of April, 2011. There are two (2) at-large vacancies to be filled on the Board of Education, each for a three-year term commencing July 1,2010 and expiring June 30, 2013. The vacancies arise from the expiration of the terms of Cindy Bell Tobey and Jonathan Weisbrod. There is one (1) vacancy to be filled on the Board of Education for a two year term commencing May 18, 2011 and expiring June 30, 2012 to complete the term of resigned member Ed Roickle. Each petition shall be directed to the Clerk of said School District, shall be signed by at least twenty-five (25) qualified voters of said School District, shall state the residence of each signer and shall state the name and residence of the candidate. VOTING at such meeting on May 17, 2011 shall be by voting machines upon the matters set forth below: 1. To vote upon the adoption of a budget for said School District for the ensuing fiscal year. 2. To vote upon approval of an appropriation for the Cazenovia Public Library and the New Woodstock Free Library. 3. To elect two (2) members to fill at large seats on the Board of Education. 4. To elect one (1) member to serve out the remaining term for a resigned Board Member 5. To vote on any other matter as determined by the Board of Education. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that qualified voters may obtain applications for absentee ballots from the Office of the District Clerk of the Cazenovia Central School District, Cazenovia Middle School, Cazenovia, NY. Completed applications must be received by the Clerk of the District not later than 5:00 pm on May 16, 2011, and must be received not later than 5:00 pm on May 10, 2011 if the absentee ballot is to be mailed to the voter. Completed applications received after 5:00 pm on May 16, 2011 will require the voter to personally appear at the Office of the Clerk of the District to receive and absentee ballot. Absentee ballots must be received by the District Clerk not later than 5:00 pm, prevailing time, on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

OF CAZENOVIA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT By: Patricia A. Marzeski District Clerk CR-18 NOTICE OF SALE RJI No.: Index No. 2010-1677 STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF MADISON Bryant A.L. Lewis, Jr. and Dorothy Lewis Plaintiff, v. Eiswerth Company, LLC, Gypsum Wholesale, Inc. June Guida, Michael Guida, Tile & Carpet One, Inc And Skurpski Air Conditioning Corp., Inc. and “JOHN DOE” #1 through “JOHN DOE” #3, the last Three names being fictitious and unknown to the Plaintiffs, the person or parties intended being the person Or parties, if any, having or claiming an interest in Or Lien upon the mortgaged premises described In the complaint, Defendants. In pursuance of a Judgement of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above entitled action, and bearing date of March 25, 2011. I, Jennifer Basic, Esq., the undersigned, the Referee in said Judgement named, will sell in one (1) parcel, at Public Auction, at the First Floor Lobby, Madison County Office Building, in the Village of Wampsville, County of Madison, State of New York, on May 12, 2011 at 10:00 AM on that date, the premises described by said Judgement to be sold and therein described as follows: ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, situate in the Village of Cazenovia, County of Madison, State of New York and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the northerly line of Williams Street at the division line between lands conveyed to David G. White by Robert J. Riedl on February 2, 1962 on the west and lands conveyed to Carol and Doris Ayer by The Cazenovia National Bank by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office on October 19, 1910 in Book of Deeds 325 at page 593 on the east, said point being easterly a distance of 140 feet from the intersection of the northerly line of Williams Street with the easterly line of Farnham Street; thence N 31º 18’ 00” E along the aforementioned division line a distance of 99.71 feet to a point; thence S 59º 10’ 00” E a distance of 25.13 feet to a point; thence N 30º 31’ 00” E a distance of 111.8 feet to a point; thence S 59º 10’ 00” E a distance of 105.6 feet to a point; thence S 17º 50’ 00” W a distance of 77.88 feet to a point; thence S 27º 23’ 00” W a distance of 135.96 feet to a point in the northerly line of Williams Street; thence N 59º 10’ 00” W along the northerly line of William Street a distance of 17.64 feet to a point at the southeasterly corner of lands conveyed to Eliza Chappell by Eleanor Worden by Warranty Deed as recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office on June 28, 1897 in Book of Deeds 192 at page 158; thence along the line of the lands conveyed to the aforementioned Eliza Chappell the following courses and distances; N 28º 43’ 00” E 144.54 feet; N 58º 40’ 00” W, 22.77 feet; S 65º 20’ W 57.09 feet; S 32º 21’ 00” W 97.68 feet to a point in the northerly line of Williams Street; thence N 59º 10’ 00” W along the northerly line of William Street a distance of 75.8 feet to the point and place of beginning. Also known on the Official Tax Map of the Village of Cazenovia, County of Madison as Tax ID: 95.37-138, commonly known as 21 Williams Street, Cazenovia, New York. Subject to existing encumbrances, covenants, easements and restrictions of record, if any; subject to leases of tenants not made parties to this action, if any; and subject to any state of facts an accurate survey may disclose; subject to outstanding taxes and water rents (if any); property is sold in “as is” condition. The approximate amount of the lien due to the plaintiff pursuant to the Judgement,

with costs and allowances, excluding the expenses of the sale, is $217,652.85. Dated: April 4, 2011 Jennifer Basic, Esq. Referee Mark W. Wasmund, Esq. Mackenzie Hughes, LLP Attorney for Plaintiff 101 South Salina Street, PO Box 4967 Syracuse, New York 13221 (315) 233-8214 CR-18 LEGAL NOTICE CO-DE COMPANY, LLC, a domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC), filed with the Sec of State of NY on 1/28/04. NY Office location: Madison County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him/her to c/o Michael S Miller, 325 Lake Rd., Oneida, NY 13421. General Purposes. CR-19 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of LUPI RESTAURANTEURS LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 04/01/11. Office location: Madison County. Princ. office of LLC: 102 Bette Circle, Chittenango, NY 13037. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to Heidi Lupi at the princ. office of the LLC. Purpose: Any lawful activity. Legal Notice Notice of formation of a limited liability company (LLC): Name TJ Kubiniec Real Estate LLC, Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on March 30, 2011. Office location: Madison County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: C/O TJ Kubiniec Real Estate 13 Hickory Lane Cazenovia, NY 13035 Purpose: any lawful purpose NOTICE OF FORMATION OF NEW YORK LIMITIED LIABILITY COMPANY Name of LLC: WebGigz, LLC. Art. of Org. filed with Secy. of State NY (SSNY) on 2/18/2011. Office location in Madison Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: WebGigz, LLC 3623 Cobb Hill Road, Cazenovia NY. Purpose: any lawful purpose. NOTICE TO BIDDERS TOWN OF NELSON Please take notice that the Town of Nelson Highway Department will receive sealed bids for one new tractor with mid mount hydraulic and boom mower. Bids shall be submitted to the Town Clerk of the Town of Nelson at the Town Office Building, 4085 Nelson Road, in the Town of Nelson, Madison County, New York, by May 12, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. at which time bids shall be opened and read aloud by the Town Clerk. All bids shall be binding for 30 days subsequent to date of bid opening and may not be withdrawn during such time period. All bids must meet or exceed the bid specifications. Exceptions to the specifications must be listed in detail on the bid forms provided. Failure to list exceptions shall cause your bid to be rejected by the Town Board. All bids must be submitted on the forms provided and no other form of bid shall be accepted. Bids shall be submitted in sealed envelopes at the above address and shall bear on the face thereof the name and address of the bidder and shall be accompanied by a certificate of non-collusive bidding properly executed as required by law. The Town Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any informality which in its opinion, serves the best interest of the Town of Nelson. Deborah Costello, Nelson Town Clerk April 21, 2011 CR-18 PUBLIC NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town Board of the Town of Nelson will hold a public hearing on May 12, 2011 at 7:35 p.m. at the

Town of Nelson Office Building located at 4085 Nelson Road in the Hamlet of Nelson to consider a proposed local law entitled, “Games of Chance Local Law of the Town of Nelson”. The purpose and intent of this local law is to authorize the conduct of games of chance in the Town of Nelson as authorized under Article 9-A of the New York General Municipal Law, A complete copy of the proposed local law is available for review at the office of the Town Clerk during the Clerk’s regular business hours. All interested persons will be heard on this matter at this public hearing. DATED: April 18, 2011 Deborah Costello, Nelson Town Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF NELSON PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town Board of the Town of Nelson will hold a public hearing on May 12, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. at the Town of Nelson Office Building located at 4085 Nelson Road in the Hamlet of Nelson to consider a proposed local law entitled,“A local law to enact the Town of Nelson Regulations for Solicitors and Peddlers”. This local law is intended to require peddlers and solicitors to obtain a license from the Town prior to engaging in business in the Town of Nelson. A complete copy of the proposed local law is available for review at the office of the Town Clerk during the Clerk’s regular business hours. All interested persons will be heard on this matter at this public hearing. DATED: April 18, 2011 Deborah Costello, Nelson Town Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF NELSON PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town Board of the Town of Nelson will hold a public hearing on May 12, 2011 at 7:10 p.m. at the Town of Nelson Office Building located at 4085 Nelson Road in the Hamlet of Nelson to consider a proposed local law entitled, “A local law to enact the 2011 Town of Nelson Land Use and Development Law and Zoning Map”. This local law is intended to enact a new Town Zoning Code and also adopt a new Town Zoning Map in accordance with the recommendations of the recently adopted Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Nelson. The proposed local law would eliminate the existing basic and overlay zoning districts and establish six new basic zoning districts (Rural, Neighborhood, Nelson Corridor, Erieville Hamlet, Waterfront and Business Commercial Districts), plus a single overlay district entitled the “Scenic Vista / Scenic Highway Overlay District”, with accompanying use and development regulations applicable in each basic and overlay district. The zoning classification of, and use and development regulations governing all properties within the Town of Nelson would be modified and affected by this local law. A complete copy of the proposed local law is available for review at the office of the Town Clerk during the Clerk’s regular business hours. All interested persons will be heard on this matter at this public hearing. DATED: April 18, 2011 Deborah Costello, Nelson Town Clerk Notice of Completion of the Tentative Assessment Roll Notice of completion shall be published once in the official newspaper of the town and a copy of the published notice posted on the signboard at the entrance of the town clerks office stating that the assessor has completed the tentative roll, where the roll may be examined and when and where grievance day will be held. (RPTL, 506, 526 (1), 1526) Notice is hereby given that the assessor of the town of Nelson, County of Madison has completed the tentative assessment roll for the current year and that a copy has been filed with Debbie Costello, Town Clerk, at The Town Hall, Nelson, NY where it may be seen and examined by any interested person until May 25, 2011. The Assessor will be in attendance with the tentative

assessment roll on May 10th, 2011 between the hours of 9:30am-1:30pm and on May 14th between the hours of 9am1pm and on May 17th, between the hours of 4pm- 8pm, and on May 19th between the hours of 1:30pm-5:30pm. The assessor has the authority to stipulate to assessment adjustments prior to Grievance Day. The Board of Assessment Review will meet on May 26, 2011 between the hours 2pm-4pm and 6-8pm in said town to hear and examine all complaints in relation to assessments, on the written application of any person believing himself to be aggrieved. Dated this 1st day of May, 2011 Rhonda Weigand, Assessor Town of Nelson Notice of Completion of the Tentative Assessment Roll Notice of completion shall be published once in the official newspaper of the town and a copy of the published notice posted on the signboard at the entrance of the town clerks office stating that the assessor has completed the tentative roll, where the roll may be examined and when and where grievance day will be held. (RPTL, 506, 526 (1), 1526) Notice is hereby given that the assessor of the town of Fenner, County of Madison has completed the tentative assessment roll for the current year and that a copy has been filed with Joanne Buyea, Town Clerk, at The Town Hall, Fenner, NY where it may be seen and examined by any interested person until May 31, 2011. The Assessor will be in attendance with the tentative assessment roll on May 9th, 2011 between the hours of 10:30am-2:30pm and on May 12th, between the hours of 4pm-8pm, and on May 14th between the hours of 1:15pm- 5:15pm and on May 18th between the hours of 9:30am-1:30pm. The assessor has the authority to stipulate to assessment adjustments prior to Grievance Day. The Board of Assessment Review will meet on June 1, 2011 between the hours 4pm-8pm in said town to hear and examine all complaints in relation to assessments, on the written application of any person believing himself to be aggrieved. Dated this 1st day of May, 2011 Rhonda Weigand, Assessor Town of Fenner NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLL TOWN OF CAZENOVIA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Assessor the Town of Cazenovia, County of Madison, has completed the Tentative Assessment Roll for the current year; that a copy has been left with the Town Clerk, 7 Albany Street, Cazenovia, where it may be seen and examined by any person interested. The Assessor will be in attendance with said roll May 5th and May 13th, 2011 from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM, May 12th 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM, May 19th 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM and May 21st 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM at the Cazenovia Town Hall, therein until the Fourth Thursday of May next, and that on such day from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM the Assessment Board of Review will meet at the Town Hall, in said town, to hear and examine all written filed complaints in relation to such assessment, on the application of any person conceiving himself aggrieved thereby. Dated This 27th day of April, 2011 Rochelle A Harris Assessor TOWN OF CAZENOVIA OFFICIAL NOTICE RE: SUBDIVISION Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Cazenovia Town Planning Board on Thursday, May 5, 2011 at 7:30 PM, or as soon thereafter as can be heard, at the Town Office Building, 7 Albany Street, Cazenovia, NY on the following matter: Request by Jesse & Peter Holmes to subdivide parcel 146.-1-40. Property is located at 1785 Route 80 West, New Woodstock, NY. Planning Board File #11-747. The Cazenovia Town

Planning Board will at said time and place hear all persons in support of, or in opposition to this request for subdivision. Persons may appear in person or by agent. Michael Palmer, Chairman Town Planning Board Town of Cazenovia Dated: April 8, 2011 TOWN OF CAZENOVIA OFFICIAL NOTICE RE: LINE ELIMINATION Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Cazenovia Town Planning Board on Thursday, May 5, 2011 at 7:30 PM, or as soon thereafter as can be heard, at the Town Office Building, 7 Albany Street, Cazenovia, NY on the following matter: Request by James & Alexandria Doxtator to eliminate a parcel line on parcel rax numbers 131.-1-1.19 & 131.-1-1.20. Property is located at 3042 East Road, Cazenovia, NY. Planning Board File #11-739. The Cazenovia Town Planning Board will at said time and place hear all persons in support of, or in opposition to this request for subdivision. Persons may appear in person or by agent. Michael Palmer, Chairman Town Planning Board Town of Cazenovia Dated: April 8, 2011 LEGAL NOTICE At a Regular Meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Cazenovia, Madison County, New York, held at the Town Hall, located at 7 Albany Street in said Town, on April 12, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order by the Supervisor, and upon roll being called, there were: PRESENT: Ralph MonforteSupervisor Sparky Christakos Councilor William ZupanCouncilor Kristi AndersenCouncilor Patrick RaceCouncilor IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF JAMES W. and PAMELA A. McDONOUGH FOR THE EXTENSION OF THE CAZENOVIA SEWER DISTRICT NO. 2, (EXTENSION NO. 5) ENCOMPASSING LANDS IN THE TOWN OF CAZENOVIA, COUNTY OF MADISON AND STATE OF NEW YORK Councilor Race moved and Councilor Zupan seconded the following resolution. WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Cazenovia (the “Town Board” and the “Town”, respectively), in the County of Madison, State of New York, has received a petition, dated April 1, 2011, pursuant to Article 12 of the Town Law, for the extension of the Cazenovia Sewer District No. 2 (to be known as Extension No. 5), encompassing lands in the Town of Cazenovia, County of Madison and State of New York, in an area generally known as “Tax Map Parcel No. 85.75-1-4” (more commonly known as 4555 East Lake Road, Cazenovia, New York), which petition is signed by the owners of taxable real property situate in the proposed District extension, owning in the aggregate at least one-half of the assessed valuation of all the taxable real property of the proposed District extension, as shown upon the latest completed assessment roll of said Town, and including the signatures of resident owners of taxable real property owning taxable real property aggregating at least one-half of the assessed valuation of all the taxable real property of the proposed District extension, owned by resident owners according to the latest completed assessment roll; and WHEREAS, said petition purported to describe the boundaries of the proposed District extension in a manner sufficient to identify the lands included therein as in a deed of conveyance and was signed by the petitioners and acknowledged or proved in the same manner as a deed to be recorded; and WHEREAS, the proposed District extension is bounded and described as follows: B O U N D A R Y DESCRIPTION-PROPOSED CAZENOVIA SEWER DISTRICT NO.2 EXTENSION NO.5TOWN OF CAZENOVIA,

MADISON COUNTY, NEW YORK ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND situate in the Town of Cazenovia, County of Madison, State of New York bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the western highway boundary of East Lake Road approximately 610 feet north of its intersection with the centerline of Wright Road; thence northerly along said western highway boundary of East Lake Road a distance of approximately 200 feet; thence westerly a distance of approximately 348 feet to the shore line of Cazenovia Lake; thence southerly along the said shore line of Cazenovia Lake a distance of approximately 214 feet; thence easterly a distance of approximately 375 feet to the Point and Place of Beginning. Also being the same premises identified as Parcel No. 85.751-4 on the Tax Maps of the Town of Cazenovia and as recorded at L. 2009, p. 6493 in the Madison County Clerks Office belonging to James and Pamela McDonough. and; WHEREAS, following preparation of a map, plan and report by Richard W. Elliott, P.E., Civil Engineer, competent engineer duly licensed by the State of New York, for the proposed extension of said District, will not include any new construction but instead will require a connection to the existing sanitary sewer systems therein (at Petitioner’s sole cost and expense), consisting generally of two (2) parallel pipes of 2inches in diameter and 3inches in diameter. The 2-inch pipe is currently in use and the 3-inch pipe is for future extension north along East Lake Road. Sewer District Extension No. 5 will connect to the 2-inch pipe at a new connection near and north of Cleanout Manhole No. 1. This sewer district extension will include only one (1) parcel owned by McDonough. There will be no new construction financed by the Town of Cazenovia. Said map, plan and report are now on file in the Office of the Town Clerk; and WHEREAS, no other agency (including any Federal agency) is involved within the meaning of the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR) with respect to this matter, with the result that the Town Board shall act as lead agency in this matter; and WHEREAS, the extension of a special district is an unlisted action for purposes of environmental review under SEQR; and WHEREAS, the Town Board had determined that a short environmental assessment form (EAF) shall be required in connection with this matter; and WHEREAS, the said EAF has been prepared and has been reviewed by the Town Board; and WHEREAS, the Town Board has considered the extension of the proposed District, has considered the criteria contained in 6 N.Y.C.R.R. Part 617.11 and has compared the impacts which may be reasonably expected to result from said action against said criteria. IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED AND DETERMINED, that extension of the said Sewer District and construction of improvements therein will have no significant adverse effects on the environment, and this Resolution shall constitute a negative declaration under SEQR for the following reasons: The improvements shall consist of the below ground connection to an existing sanitary sewer facilities to provide sanitary sewer service for the proposed parcel. Such installation will result in no substantial adverse changes in existing air quality, water quality or noise levels, and no substantial increase in solid waste production and no substantial increase in the potential for erosion, flooding or drainage problems. There will be minor and temporary removal and destruction of vegetation during installation


of the facilities. No substantial interference with or adverse effects on animal life is anticipated. None of the other criteria listed in 6 N.Y.C.R.R. Part 617.11 have been identified as being relevant to this action. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDERED, that a hearing of the Town Board of said Town of Cazenovia shall be held at the Town Hall located at 7 Albany Street in said Town, on the 9th day of May, 2011, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, to consider said Petition and to hear all persons interested in the subject thereof, concerning the same, and for such other action on the part of said Town Board with relation to the said Petition as may be required by law or proper in the premises; and it is further ORDERED, that certified copies of this Order shall be duly published and posted as required by law. The question of the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly put to a vote and upon roll call, the vote was as follows: Sparky Christakos Councilor Voted Yes William Zupan Councilor Voted Yes Kristi Andersen Councilor Voted Yes Patrick Race Councilor Voted Yes Ralph Monforte Supervisor Voted Yes The forgoing resolution was thereupon declared duly adopted. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF CAZENOVIA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there has been presented to the Town Board of the Town of Cazenovia, New York, on March 14, 2011, proposed Local Law No. 32011, entitled, “A Local Law Amending Chapter 61 of the Town Code of the Town of Cazenovia Relating to the Administration and Enforcement of the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code in the Town of Cazenovia.” Said Local Law, if enacted, will amend Chapter 61 to provide for administration and enforcement of said new York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code in the Town of Cazenovia. The full text of said Local Law is on file at the Town Clerk’s Office at the Town Offices located at 7 Albany Street in the Town of Cazenovia for inspection by all interested persons. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that on April 11, 2011, the Town Board determined that this proposed Local Law is an unlisted action, there are no other involved agencies and the Town Board will act as lead agency in this matter; NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Town Board has determined that the adoption of proposed (amended) Local Law No. 32011 will have no significant impact on the environment, an environmental impact statement will not be required and has issued a negative declaration under SEQR. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Town Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed Local Law at the said Town Offices on May 9, 2011, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, at which time all persons interested will be heard. DATED: April 11, 2011 Linda C. Mather, Town Clerk TOWN OF CAZENOVIA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Board of the Town of Cazenovia will meet at the Cazenovia Town Hall, 7 Albany Street, Cazenovia, Madison County, New York, on Wednesday the 4th day of May 2011 at 7:00 P.M., for the purpose of conducting a work session. Notice is further given that the Town Board of the Town of Cazenovia may in the form of a special meeting consider such other business that may be brought before it at the time and place stated above. Linda C. Mather Town Clerk Town of Cazenovia




Obituaries Shirley Holmes, 76

Service held in Manlius Shirley Marie Holmes passed Dec. 16, 2011, in Florida. A celebration of life service will be held at 10 a.m. May 21 at Eastern Hills Bible Church, located 8277 Cazenovia Road (Route 92), Manlius. A reception will follow after.

Shirley Holmes She will be interned 2:30 p.m. the same day at New Woodstock Cemetery.


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Virgo, Erb take E/W, Emerick, Bull top N/S Jane Fuller and Barbaand Barbara and Sam ra Roller will have given Dave Roller came in fourth their last bridge lessons place.

Damsgaard, who happened to be visiting Clearwater. Over half a century later, some 150,000 have been built in 95 countries around the world. Designed to be sailed by younger sailors ages 8 to 15, the Optimist was one of the first boats which children could sail completely independently - as opposed to merely acting as crew, or mobile “ballast.” As a result, the watercraft has been responsible for introducing thousands, if not millions of people to sailing. According to the American Optimist Association, more than half the dinghy skippers in the last Olympics started their careers sailing Optimists.

of the season when this is read. They’ve been very well received and we can only hope that classes will resume in the fall. Two of the “students,” Janetta Virgo and son-in-law Steve Erb showed that they’ve really benefited, by posting the top score and winning the East/West side at our eight table duplicate bridge game at the Library on April 19. Also playing E/W, Barbara and Chuck Stine were a close second, with Jane Fuller and Carl Bjork in third and Jean and Bill Young placing fourth. Penny Emerick and Dave Bull took North/South honors followed by Jim Schiffhauer and Dick Shaw in second, Polly and Jack Koerner in third

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From page 7 for Cazenovia’s Willow Bank Yacht Club.

“People talking, interacting and communicating are effective means of sharing information. Social media networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are just new approaches to wordof-mouth advertising.” According to the statistics Brodock presented, the usage of Facebook with adults ages 55 to 64 increased by 88 percent last year. These are all consumers, she said, exploring the internet, looking for things that interest them and in many cases, looking for things to buy. Both Lyga and Brodock detailed the advantages of departing from “yellow page” advertisements, and using social media net-

working websites to find new clientele. Instead of putting ads in phone books and hoping to cultivate a call, they explained that proactive online promotion can be the key to increased commerce, they said. For more information on Tom Lyga and his business, visit, follow him on Twitter at, email him at or call 427-3385. For more on Kate Brodock, visit theothersidegroup. com follow her on Twitter at and email her at kate@ or call 380-0760.

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Runway Rhapsody school gymnasium was transformed into an industry showroom with lights and large screens projecting live video of the runway. Members of Syracuse’s Visual Technologies handled the filming, lighting, staging and music during the show. The modeling began with the underclass garments. 46 designers displayed their semester’s worth of works with the help of student models. The clothes were categorized into six different musical genres including Hip Hop, Techno, Jazz, Pop, Classical and Rock. Senior designers displayed their collections, the culmination of the skills they had acquired during their four years as students of the Cazenovia College fashion program. Each

From page 6 of the 10 seniors has chosen a theme for their collections and created five to seven outfits to showcase. The collections and designers included “Element Chic” by Essence Latifah Todman; “Dreaming Out Loud…” by Julie Christine-Anne Forbes; “Resurrection of Our Staggered Realities” by Isaac H. Schweitzer; “If Looks Could Kill” by Allison Warejko, “In the Eye of the Beholder” by Nicole Modaferi; “Gilded Menagerie” by Susan Kimberly Watson, “The Flawed Edge of Beauty’s Consciousness” by Katherine Mahoney; “One Heel in the Foxhole” by Kate Walsh; “Pumps on Wet Pavement” by Heidi Neuhauser as well as “Life in Plastic” by Laura Dean Croucher. The show has grown a considerable

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For anyone interested, complete results are posted on The group meets at 1 p.m. on Tuesdays at the Cazenovia Public Library, usually in the community room. All games are open to the public, but we ask players to come with their own partners. We are not a sanctioned American Contract Bridge League game by choice, so we don’t give ACBL master points and try to keep it a friendly game. The skill levels of our players vary considerably.

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Dave Bull is volunteer publicist for the Cazenovia Bridge Club. amount in recent years, Allyn said. Just six years ago the fashion show venue was the school’s cafeteria, with only 400 in attendance. Four years ago, Allyn first arrived at Cazenovia College, she observed only one student receiving a degree from the fashion department. This year, an estimated 1,400 people attended the two fashion shows, 10 seniors will graduate from the Fashion Design program and 17 seniors will receive degrees from the Fashion Merchandising program. For more information on Cazenovia College’s fashion programs and department instructors, visit the school’s website at The last day of classes at the college will be May 2 this year, followed by a week of final examinations. The 186th commencement ceremony will be held Saturday May 14.



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MANLIUS SENIOR CENTRE Saturday, April 30th, 9am-1:30pm 1:00 Bag Sale Manlius Village Auditorium Books, jewelry, toys, antiques, and more. PREVIEW SALE: April 29th, 5:30-6:30pm, $5.00

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Selling estates from Oxford, Norwich, Ilion & Sherrill making a nice selection of country antique furnishings along with mah., oak, Victorian, etc. for every room plus a wide asst. of collectibles, country pcs., over 20 oriental rugs, art, & more. Enjoy your Sat. night with us. Terms: Cash, Check â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Standard 10% Buyers Premium - Major Cards- 12% Buyers Premium We gladly accept quality items daily â&#x20AC;&#x201C; estates â&#x20AC;&#x201C; collections â&#x20AC;&#x201C; On-Site auctions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Free Consultation Celebrating our 25th year of successful auctions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; We make every auction an event.

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A â&#x20AC;&#x153;canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t missâ&#x20AC;? sale of art, antiques, collectibles and unique and interesting items; includes a Steinway piano, paintings and collages by local artists, antique Ainsley bone china service for 8, Lenox Chesapeake service for 8, gold samovar, jewelryâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;both antique and costume, quilts, clothes, some exercise equipment. Refreshments all day long. Saturday, April 30, 10 am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5 pm. 2381 Fairbanks Road, New Woodstock. From Caz, take Rt. 13 South for 7 miles; left on Rt. 80; right on School St.; right on Webber; left on Fairbanks.


Burr St, Cazenovia, April 30, 9AM to ? antiques, furniture, household, books, small loom, frames, art, no toys. Downsizing.


BOAT FOR SALE 24ft SeaSprite Cuddy, Cabin Boat.

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Main emphasis will be lawn and up keep of the property grounds. This includes activities such as: watering, weeding, fertilizing, mowing, trimming, reseeding, and replanting sod as needed, pruning, planting, and maintaining foliage. Must like working outside and requires a valid state driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license. Pays up to $11.00/ hour. Monday-Friday schedule. Apply in Person at:

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ESCO Turbine Technologies is a manufacturer of premium investment castings for the Air Craft and Industrial Gas Turbine industry. We have over 380 employees currently working in our Chittenango, NY facility. We are currently looking for individuals with experience for our Manufacturing department. Finisher/Grinder â&#x20AC;&#x201C; This 2nd shift position requires previous auto body finishing, woodworking or experience working with pneumatic grinders. Mechanical or artistic ability a plus. This job requires you to use pneumatic grinders on metal castings for turbine engines to meet customer quality specifications. High School diploma or equivalent required. Previous manufacturing experience a plus. Starting rate of pay for this position is $11.17/hour. Dimensional Operator - Must be able to read and understand blueprints for specifications. Computer skills required. Previous experience working with precision measuring equipment. This Process requires the straightening of rough castings by means of using tools to press, twist. Bend or strike parts. This position works on metal castings for turbine engines to meet customer quality specifications. Previous manufacturing experience a plus. Requirements: ESCO Turbine Technologies offers its employees a competitive compensation package which includes an excellent benefit package including medical/dental, Employer subsidized 401K, Pension and life insurance. If interested in learning more, please contact us at or by calling 315-362-6897 and leave a message. You may also mail us a copy of your resume to: ESCO TT-Syracuse, 901 E. Genesee Street, Chittenango, NY 13039, Attn: HR. ESCO Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits, hires, trains, and promotes employees in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, disability, veteranâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s status, or other legally protected status.






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Caz Country Cottage

$1500 / 3br – 2 bath - Big Cottage on Skaneateles Lake (South End-West Side)


Weeks are available for rent in June, July, August, & September. This updated and lovely cottage, sits right on the lake! It has 3 bedrooms (one has 2 bunkbeds) and two full bathrooms. Fully furnished. It has a big kitchen and family room. The front of the house has a nice deck all fenced in with gate that is a great feature for little children. It has a boat house and nice lawn with grill, & paddle boat and lawn chairs. The rent is $1,500.00 per week. Skaneateles lake is the cleanest, most EHDXWLIXOODNHLQWKH¿QJHUODNHV:DWFKWKHPDLOERDW deliver the mail, every day. Water falls, 2 miles away and great hiking trails. No pets.

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10 minutes outside Chittenango. Cazenovia School District. No Pets. Newly Remodeled. $900/month.

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Main house boasts gorgeous woodwork and hardwood floors. Elegant living room with fireplace, foyer, formal dining, family room, 4 bedrooms, dry basement, central air, garage PLUS a cottage ideal for guests or rental PLUS 225 feet of waterfront. Come & see.

$339,900 MLS# S248533 Janet Mautner, Broker 363-9191 (office) 829-1468 (evenings)

TDD/TTY: 1(800) 545-1833 Ext.800

Need a good business location? This offering is for you – fix it, use it or sell it! Out of town seller will even help with financing! Three contiguous properties available with frontage near Carousel Mall; buy one or all – good investment. --- or rent to own. 8,000 sf warehouse with retail space; 4 family house; 2 family house, large lot. ~ Broker 315.466.3819 ~

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1 Bedroom Senior Citizens (age 62 or older) or a permanent mobility impairment where you receive a Social Security disability. Must qualify under income guidelines. Non-handicapped units available now. Call now to view an apt. or have us send you an application. Subsidized Units -Rent is based on your household income.





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