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Volume 181, No. 16 April 20 to 26, 2011

No tax hike from Skan village board


‘Think change, not cuts’ By Dwayne Houghton

New officers inducted at Skan Garden Club event The group’s Spring Luncheon was held April 14 at the Skaneateles Country Club. ...See page 3


High winds

hit condo

Severed pine strikes roof By Dwayne Houghton At the Thayer House condominiums Saturday, violent winds snapped a tall pine 15 feet from the base and sent the rest of the heavy trunk crashing to the roof of a middle unit condo. No one was in the home at the time. “The winds not only cut the tree off, it pushed the trunk

Candela named ‘Jazz Educator of the Year’ Skaneateles Band Director Angelo Candela was honored on April 16. ...See page 6

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another ten feet away,” said Jim Freeland, caretaker for the condos. “Once it hit the rooftop edge, it crushed just about everything in the way – downspouts, gutters and supporting woodwork. The branches caused internal structural damage that popped the ceiling nails right through the drywall.” Unusually high winds battered the area all day long, scattering limbs and brush everywhere. No injuries were reported.

Skaneateles Dry Cleaners’ final move By Dwayne Houghton After close to five decades of helping residents and visitors keep their clothes clean at various addresses, the Skaneateles Dry Cleaners on 36 Jordan Street closed for business on Thursday April 15. The Skaneateles Office supply store, which shared the same room space with the dry cleaner, had closed earlier in the year. Like some of the older businesses in Skaneateles, the history of the little dry cleaner is a mobile geography lesson. During the early 1960s, the Skaneateles Dry Cleaner was located on


Skaneateles Dry Cleaner employee Pat Schmidt on the job. The business closed on April 15. Jordan Street, but directly across the Jordan Street sidewalk to the municidriveway from where it is now. At that pal parking lot. The laundromat and time, the business included the self- dry cleaner moved in the early 1970s service laundromat and was housed in to Fennel Street and the building was the east end of a long, one level apart- torn down. The Key Bank is located ment building that extended from the See Cleaners, page 2

Determined not to raise taxes, the Skaneateles Village Board of Trustees held a public hearing on Monday April 11 and again on Thursday April 14 for the tentative budget. Tightening the appropriation and revenue figures to keep the tax rate flat didn’t come without concern from residents attending both meetings. Monday’s meeting was standing room only as Mayor Hubbard and the board fielded comments and questions from the audience. Considering the large attendance, questions were surprisingly few, as if testament to a board focused on no tax increase and working hard to make it happen. One particular item was the reduction of street maintenance salary figures, from $406,500 to $201,000, resulting in the laying off of three DPW workers. Executive Director of the Skaneateles Chamber of Commerce Sue Dove sternly challenged the board twice about how the final figure came to be. “The public should know just exactly what services may no longer be provided as a result of these cuts,” said Dove. “If I had an organization that faced a budget cut of half yet expected the same service, I’d wonder what I did wrong before.” Skaneateles resident and CSEA Unit President David Short echoed Dove’s sentiSee Village, page 15

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Datebook April 19

7:30 p.m.: ‘Historic 17th and 18th Century Dining’ Editor: Dwayne Houghton 434-8889, ext. 319 (deadline: 5 p.m. Friday)

Presented by Elizabeth Boudreau for the Skaneateles Antiques Club at the Creamery, 28 Hannum Street, Skaneateles. The public is welcome.

April 21

11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.: Red Cross Blood Drive

Auburn United Methodist Church. To make an appointment, call the Red Cross at 252-9596.

Noon: Brain Health Workshop

Hosted by the Alzeheimer’s Association. Skaneateles Library, 49 E. Genesee St. Call 472-4201 to register. Free and open to the public.

Sports: Phil Blackwell 434-8889, ext. 348

April 26

7:30 p.m.: Creamery Event

The Skaneateles Historical Society will host a presentation by Bill Pavlus, Town Supervisor Teri Roney and members of the Town of Skaneateles Conservation Committee at the Creamery, 28 Hannum St. Presenters will describe one of the conservation areas owned by the town.

April 27

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Best-selling author and Skaneateles native Kim Edwards, Class of ’78, will discuss her latest book, “To the Lake of Dream’s: One Writer’s Journey.” Irene A. Bisgrove Community Theatre at Cayuga Community College. Free and open to the public.

April 28

6 p.m.: Jazz Nite Out

Featuring middle school and high school jazz band; held at Welch Allyn Lodge. An adult jazz combo featuring music teachers Dave Wilber and Angelo Candela will also perform. A buffet dinner will be available for $16.

May 8

11 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Mother’s Day at Sycamore Hill

The private gardens at Sycamore Hill, 2130 Old Seneca Turnpike, Marcellus, will be open for Mother’s Day. Early-bird tickets ($5.50) can be purchased online at or by calling 6731350 through May 1. Tickets are being sold for $5 at area businesses, including Creekside Books and Coffee.

May 14

4 p.m.: Live Music

Acoustic rock duo Elephant Shoes will perform at Anyela’s Vineyards, 2433 W. Lake Road, Skaneateles. Call 685-3797 for info.

May 21

8 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Rummage and Bake Sale

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Lake temperature This week 42/42 Last year 47/46 Precipitation/snowfall This week .78” Last year .49” Syracuse Water Department Avg. gallons/day to Syracuse: 34.08 million Avg. gallons/day down outlet: 149.45 million

Skaneateles United Methodist Church, 26 Jordan St. Gently used clothing, sports equipment, toys, household items, books and more. Bake sale: freshly baked pies, fudge, cookies and cakes. Proceeds to benefit mission projects.

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To have your event listed in the Datebook, submit the information via e-mail to; by fax: 434-8883; or in the mail, 2501 James St., Suite 100, Syracuse, NY, 13206.

Cleaners From page 1

until two years ago when the credit union took over the entire building. The handy little laundromat was closed for good and the dry cleaning business relocated back to Jordan Street across the parking lot from where it was almost 50 years before. “It’s really a shame,” said Pat Schim-

dt, an employee of the dry cleaner. “Every town should have a laundry facility like the one we had, especially towns like this town. It was easier for short-visit weekenders with kids or working college students or just anyone who doesn’t want to drive far.”

Alphonsus Food Pantry fundraising trip planned

A fundraising shopping trip to Intercourse, Pa., Lancaster, Pa. and a tour of QVC is being planned for June 11 and 12. The bus will leave Auburn at 6:30 a.m. on June 11 and travel to Kitchen Kettle Village, in Intercourse, Pa., heart of the Amish Country, for a stroll though shops in a relaxed setting. There will be time to explore quilt, craft and antique shops. Lunch and dinner will be on your own. The trip includes a one-night stay at the Holiday Inn Express in Lancaster. Breakfast at the hotel on Sunday, and then off to QVC for a tour and time for shopping at the studio tour and outlet store. Cost is $169 for quad occupancy, $179 for triple and $200 for double, of which a portion will be donated to St. Alphonsus Food Pantry. A $59 deposit is due by April 29. Final payment by May 11. For more information, call 252-3089.

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there now. Convenient and inexpensive, The Skaneateles Dry Cleaners and laundry mat on 32 Fennel Street was a summer village necessity, used by fair weather camp renters and residents alike. The operation shared the building with what is now the SECNY Credit Union




Community News


Garden Club inducts new officers at spring luncheon By Marge Sykes

Outgoing president Joyce Barnett, left, and newly inducted president Linda McKinnon.


Meter Mad: Talking with Chief Perkins about the ins and outs of village parking regulations By Dwayne Houghton Like parolees from prison winter, CNY’s cabin fever residents are eagerly anticipating the ability to “get out and get away,� if only for a weekend drive. And a Skaneateles Lake visit is the perfect tonic to a long work week. Only, does anybody remember where we parked? There are days when finding a street parking spot in the village of Skaneateles can be a challenge. Add a warm, sunny weekend to this and “challenge� becomes “nearly impossible.� Village residents, merchants and their employees still strongly

voice their opinion with regard to the street parking laws. Specifically, why does it cost money to park on Sundays and holidays? Doesn’t this keep visitors from coming here? The cloudless sky is a beautiful blue; the temperature reads “T-shirt this afternoon with a possibility of jacket this evening.� The waitress just brought the food and there’s a crystal blue lake just outside the window that’s been waiting all winter. There’s also a town policeman strolling down the lakeside walk. Then the policeman stops at a car and starts to write on a pad. “I hear about this a lot,� said Skaneateles Police Chief Lloyd Perkins. “Even though See Parking, page 5

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The Skaneateles Garden Club Spring Luncheon was held Thursday April 14 at the Skaneateles Country Club. Co-chairing the annual event were Jan Shadle and Ann Neibert. Committee members were Carol Payntar, Inge VanZandt, Louise Zabel, Donna Giambartolomei, Lori Milne, Rose Warakomski and Nancy Rudl. The theme, “Contemporary European Trends,� was demonstrated by the guest presenter, Canadian born floral designer Claudette Smith. Smith, an accredited NGCI Master Flower Show Judge, created a variety of contemporary floral arrangements which were later auctioned off to lucky audience members. New officers were inducted for the coming two-year term. Ann Neibert presented the president’s pin to Linda McKinnon. The remaining slate of officers for the 2011-2013 period are First Vice President Sheila Osborne, Second Vice President Loretta Marx, Recording Secretary Kate Logan, Corresponding Secretary Lori Milne and Treasurer Nancy Easter. In appreciation of their hard work and participation in Garden Club,

50-year awards were presented to Shirley Feldman and June Sauer. A-25 year award was gratefully presented to Genie Barnes as well. Some upcoming programs are May 10 at First Presbyterian Church, titled “Plants, Pots, and Pruners,� when Edie McKay, floral designer at Skaneateles Town Square, will demonstrate how to create whimsical displays using unusual ceramic pots and new plants. The June 14 program will feature a tour of four garden club members’ homes where you may see roses, peonies and flowering quince on display. Following the tour, attendees will enjoy lunch at Elderberry Pond. A program titled “Around and About the Lake� will take place on July 12 aboard the Barbara Wiles for a two-hour cruise. Speaker Steven White of White & White Antiques will give the history of some lake dwellings. Also, Dr. Robert Werner, Professor Emeritus at SUNY-ESF, will speak on the acquatic Echosystem. There will be refreshments on board and a charge of $20 per person. Anyone interested in Garden Club membership is encouraged to email Membership Chair Loretta Marx at


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Opinion Editorial

We support the survivors Let’s not dance around it: we address a very heavy topic this week in our story “Out of the darkness: ‘Clean Slate Diaries’ recognizes, honors courage of rape and assault survivors” (on page 12). When we first heard about The Clean Slate Diaries, we knew the concept was unusual. The idea is different from the typical fundraising and awareness events -- the 5K run/walks, the $120-plate galas, the ribbon sales, etc. Naturally, we wanted to know more about the event, the organizers, the goals. That’s how we learned about Renee DeVesty’s personal struggle with the physical and psychological trauma of rape. Did you have the same reaction we did? Did you want to turn away, find something more pleasant to read? Did you get cold chills, too? We knew Renee’s story deserved to be told because it was a story that, frankly, we didn’t want to hear. It made us uncomfortable. It made us sick. It made us question why we treat victims of these crimes the way we do, and how we could help in creating a dialogue about a topic that nobody truly wants to talk about. The Clean Slate Diaries will bring together survivors of rape, sexual assault and incest with the community members who support them in their struggle to regain a sense of self-worth and purpose and overcome the fear and shame. Instead of dividing “the afflicted” and “the charitable” into separate groups, this event introduces the two. It gives each side an identity beyond their label. That’s a start. It won’t be easy; as the Vera House’s Jolie Scarantino agreed, it won’t happen overnight. But when we come up against a topic that almost noboby wants to openly talk about, our first question should be, “why?” We don’t want to talk about it because of what it says about us, as a community, that these things can to happen. But talking about it will help break down the fear, guilt and shame that survivors of rape, sexual assault and incest feel. Take away the fear, and survivors will be more willing to report their attackers. If we can increase the likelihood of being reported, we can reduce the occurrences of these types of crimes.

Full circle of work, family and friends Eight years ago the developer of Armory Square, Robert Doucette, approached me about doing a restaurant at 247 West Fayette Street, Syracuse. It was the street level space of Bruce Block’s popular Antiques Underground. Block was retiring after a good run. I was tempted, but with a newly evolving complicated health issue at home with my mom, I passed the idea along to Bill and Sara Collins. Bill and Sara were Wondering longtime restaurateurs in New York City, who had come home to Skaneateles to be closer to their families. Together the couple created bc Restaurant in Doucette’s building, the Hogan Block on the corner of Fayette and Franklin in Syracuse’s entertainment district, Armory Square. The restaurant featured fresh, clean, thoughtful cuisine with detailed, comfortable service. Bill and Sara designed the interior, which features two handsome dining rooms and a bar with vaulted tin ceilings. Skaneateles fine artist Therese Verley Strodel decorated the walls with paint. Glass artist John Dobbs and woodworker Michael Heagerty also contributed to the interior, which features a white marble top bar, dark woodwork and beveled glass. Early on, Syracuse University Chancellor Nancy Cantor, a big fan of bc, recruited Bill to teach in the hospitality department at SU. A few years after birthing bc, the Collins had their first child, Agnes, who recently celebrated her fifth birthday. This year bc’s seventh, the couple experienced a form of the seven year itch with a desire to back away from the hospitality industry’s propensity for evening work, for more family time. So, they asked me to join the business as their operating partner. As with comedy, timing is an essential ingredient in our life’s work. With the recent passing of my mother, I could devote the time and energy it takes to operate a full service restaurant, while continuing my writing on a freelance basis. As most of my readers know, I’m a chronic night person, often sending off emails and texts in the wee hours. If you are wondering, “how do you go from journalism to hospitality?” the answer is simple: hospitality was my first love. I worked for many years with Bill Eberhardt of the Sherwood Inn, Terry Riley of Riley on Park Street in Syracuse and Karyn Korteling of Pastabilities in Armory Square among many other food adventures. More than 30 years ago (who’s counting?), I assisted




Eberhardt when he opened the original Phoebe’s Garden Cafe across from Syracuse Stage with Peter Lord who now operates the Patisserie behind the Sherwood Inn, right here in Skaneateles. Skaneateles’ Dan Labeille was the mastermind behind Phoebe’s original cuisine, which was fashioned after a parisian cafe. It was way ahead of its time, boasting a host of fresh salads, small plates, crepes, omelets, quiches, French onion soup, pate, sautéed steaks with wine, fresh seafood, baked sandwiches, napoleons, eclair, loose leaf teas, and perhaps the first espresso machine in Syracuse that wasn’t in a cafe on the north side. Dan’s father had worked in the French restaurant scene in Manhattan, eventually opening a little Inn, in the Catskills. During my journalistic career, I stayed involved in hospitality management as an adjunct Professor at Onondaga Community College. My department’s chair at OCC is associate professor Jillann Neely, who is also from Skaneateles. I officially started at bc on the first day of spring and was greeted by an accommodating, enthusiastic and professional staff. Meanwhile, Bill is teaching a full courseload at Syracuse University and Sara has started a real estate company, Finger Lakes Realty Partners, with Jerry Morrissey and Betsy Barrett. The best part is the couple is now able to focus on a bit more family time, which is essential to a rich life. I believe it is one of the things that many of us here in Skaneateles have in common, an appreciation and reverence for family. Family is what brought Sara, Bill and I together in the first place, as Sara’s mom Anne “Jigger” Roth and I have both held the position of editor of the Skaneateles Press and Bill’s father Dr. George Collins and my father are longtime friends through tennis and an intellectual curiosity. One more circle involves Skaneatelian Dwayne Houghton, who has taken over the editorship of the Press. I will still contribute on a freelance basis, and am delighted to be working with Dwayne, who contributed as a freelancer while I was editor. I hope you will stop in to visit bc when you happen into our big city of Syracuse. And if you do, please ask for me; I’d love to catch up and supervise your experience personally. And keep your stories coming to Dwayne at or call 434-8889 x 319. It has truly been an honor to get to know my community better and to tell your stories. And I thank you for that.

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Spring dawns on a new village of Marcellus (continued) By Michael Plochocki 2501 James St., Suite 100 Syracuse, New York 13206 Established 1879 USPS 497-760 Phone: 315-434-8889 L Fax: 315-434-8883 Dwayne Houghton, Editor

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Former Marcellus Mayor 2006-10 village reconstruction projects: The prequel I have come to learn that the very nature of any large reconstruction project is such there is always an even larger story behind it comprised of all the design, funding, administration and other work that goes on behind the scenes (and often unnoticed by much of the public). These enormous projects did not just happen overnight, of course. The early roots, in fact, predate me. The Eisenberg Administration began the design and the lobbying effort for the funding for North, Maple and Orange Streets — in fact, Mayor Eisenberg lobbied for North Street for nine years. The Eisenberg Administration also had negotiated a deal with the town board and OCWA (the Onondaga County Water Authority) to improve some village water pipes and to switch from village reservoir water to OCWA water. A new mayor with two main goals As many may remember, my

overall campaign theme when I ran for mayor in the spring of 2006 was to keep the village of Marcellus as the small, quaint community in a beautiful natural setting that it always has been, but to have it be such a community that thrives. To that endeavor, I campaigned primarily on two things. First, that the focus of my administration would be to enhance the look of and the quality of life in the village with street and other infrastructure repairs. I recognized the need for, and supported, all of the Eisenberg administration’s aforementioned efforts at infrastructure repair and pledged to continue them. I also noted that Reed Parkway (located in an area of the village that generally does not qualify for outside funding) had fallen into such poor condition that I pledged I would support its repair even if the necessary funds had to be borrowed. This pledge I did not make lightly; it was my opinion, the village highway department’s opinion, and the opinion of many residents from all areas of the village that Reed Parkway

was the village street in the worst condition at that time. Additionally, I made clear that further infrastructure repairs would be considered based upon need and available funding. The second matter I primarily campaigned on was that I would use all of my skills to lobby for and obtain as much grant money and other funding sources as possible for village projects. Approximately $9.5 million of infrastructure over four years As previously stated, the Eisenberg administration began the design and the lobbying effort for the funding for the reconstruction of North, Maple and Orange Streets — and had even lobbied the State for the repairs to North Street for nine years. The state had long agreed to reconstruct North Street, but continually had not committed to a start date to actually do the project. When I became mayor in April 2006, the village board (including then-trustee and now mayor, John Curtin) and I immediately made a renewed lobbying effort for North See Marcellus, page 13




A weekend in Richmond to see my â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;best manâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Last weekend Sue and I went to visit my â&#x20AC;&#x153;best man,â&#x20AC;? who I had not seen in two years. They sold their townhouse in Westchester County for $700,000 more than they paid for a three-bedroom, onefloor, two-bath, two-car garage condo in the Richmond, Va., area. The Virginia real estate taxes are about $3,500 versus $12,500 in New York State. Furthermore, the gasoline price in Virginia seemed to be about 20 percent less than the New York area. This seemed to be a real cashstretcher move. The negative is that most of his children live closer to his original location. The New York village he lived in was rather small and compact and they did not have to deal with every road being four speedy lanes in each direction. There are left- and right-hand turn provisions at each traffic light to provide access to the services. Most mall entrances are on a connector road with a traffic light. They are sort of like Erie Boulevard East, but with two-to-three times the traffic. While we were there, we had the privilege of going to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. It seems that a museum in France is being renovated and Picassoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s personal collection, which he left to the French government, is being loaned to museums in the USA. This exhibit will be in Richmond until May 17. The pictures were organized and hung by the French keepers. It is spread through 10 large rooms, covering Picassoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s output from 1900 to 1973. This was a surprise, as I had taken a course in the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;50s and I


thought he had started to wind down at that stage of Spalding his life. It turns out that he painted some powerful and large works in the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;60s and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;70s. Sunday was a beautiful day, so Sue and I ventured out to the battlefields around Richmond. One was where McClellanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s huge army was delayed, beaten back, and finally escaped to Petersburg. The other is where Grant attempted to take Richmond from the land side about two years later. Richmond was never taken, but this and other probes to try and take Richmond beat down Leeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s army. The Union was able to re-supply and reinforce with what appeared to be unlimited troops and materials. This led to the surrender in 1865. The 1864 reelection of Lincoln by a large majority indicated that the Union had the will to continue and perseverance until every Confederate was beaten into the ground. On Monday, we worked our way toward Frederick, Maryland and stopped at Chancellorsville. This was the battle that led to the death of Stonewall Jackson. He was Leeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s right-hand man and he was very skilled at organizing battle plans. Students of the Civil War suggest that Lee might not have been beaten so badly at Gettysburg if Stonewall had lived. The tide of the war turned on Gettysburg and the Confederacy was essentially doomed by its huge losses. This seems like a lot of stuff in a short time and lots of miles, but it was worth it to spend time with old friends.

Along the Lakeshore

Letters: Support for Laxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s local agriculture efforts To the editor: This is to express support, and to encourage support, for the new CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program just introduced by Laxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Florist and Nursery. The CSA concept has been done successfully in many communities and Laxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s should be applauded and supported for bringing CSA to Skaneateles. A â&#x20AC;&#x153;year-round, every day farmerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s marketâ&#x20AC;? is an integral part of bringing fresher, more wholesome, locally grown food to our community. This is better nutrition, better value and better business for Skaneateles and hopefully for Laxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s as well.

I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t count the number of times Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve bought great looking produce at a store only to have it turn out either tasteless or spoiled prematurely, obviously the result of premature picking, long distance shipping, somehow colored artificially or some other methods that would not be employed by local farmers selling

produce locally. Skaneateles people know and trust Laxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to grow and gather local food, flowers and landscaping that represents real value. Laxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, another great Skaneateles community asset. DAVID J. COLEGROVE AUBURN BIODIESEL CORPORATION

Parking weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re just enforcing the law, I understand how people see this.â&#x20AC;? The parking policy described on village parking meters dictates that from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday parking is 25 cents per half hour, with a 2-hour limit (3-hour limit on West Genesee Street). On Sundays and holidays the hours are noon to 6 p.m. So why Sundays? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s about parking space turnover, even on Sundays,â&#x20AC;? Perkins said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Without time limits what was happening was that people would drive into town, park, maybe unload a bicycle or meet somebody and take off. Their car would be there all day. The more this happened, fewer spaces were available for people who wanted to visit just a little while to browse the lake shops or dine. With no parking spaces, tourists would just drive through the town without stopping.â&#x20AC;? Off-street in the larger municipal

From page 3 parking lot behind the Jordan Street shops was falling victim as well. Oddly, even during the week. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Commuters from areas around Skaneateles were meeting in the big lot,â&#x20AC;? said Perkins. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d carpool from there and leave their cars all day.â&#x20AC;? Parking violations donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t always result in a stiff fine. First-time offenders are often pleased to see a â&#x20AC;&#x153;courtesy envelopeâ&#x20AC;? under their windshield wiper, asking for a small donation â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a hint to be a bit more â&#x20AC;&#x153;time consciousâ&#x20AC;? in the future. Second offense will earn a ticket. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We give out more courtesy envelopes than anything else,â&#x20AC;? said Perkins. â&#x20AC;&#x153;$5 dollars is the suggested donation, but we receive more sometimes. Once as much as $50, the guy was so happy not to get a ticket that ordinarily might have run him $100 or more. The police force will always enforce the laws and policies mandated by the town and village boards.â&#x20AC;?





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Candela named ‘Jazz Educator of the Year’ Skaneateles Band Director Angelo Candela has been named Jazz Educator of the Year by the Board of Directors of the CNY Jazz Arts Foundation. Candela received his award at the David Liebman/CNY Jazz Orchestra concert at 8 p.m. April 16 at the Carrier Theater, Oncenter, in Syracuse. “I was delighted that our Education Committee chose Angelo for this award. He has been a valuable contributor to our organization and to the education community for nearly three decades. He’s made an indelible mark on the many thousands of students he has served. We look forward to many more years of collaboration with Angelo,” said Larry Luttinger, Executive Director for CNY Jazz. Candela said he was “surprised and honored” to learn about the award. He said it is always a good feeling “when your own comrades in arms say something nice about you.” Candela has been on the faculty at Skaneateles Central Schools for 24 years. He is the high school band and jazz band director, as well as an instructor in music theory. Candela has announced his retirement and will not return in the fall. “Mr. Candela not only is a fine conductor and trombone player, but he is exceptionally knowledgeable in music theory and the psychology of music,” said Ellen Smith of the Skaneateles Music Boosters. “He advocated for music education for our children and he will be greatly missed.”

Angelo Candela Candella also teaches low brass at Eastern US Summer Music Camp at Colgate University. Candela holds music education degrees from SUNY Fredonia and Syracuse University. Among Candela’s other professional accomplishments, he is a New York State School Music Association Past Chairperson for Instrumental Jazz, a NYSSMA Jazz Adjudicator, and a member of the Selection Committees for both NYSSMA and New York State Band Directors Association All-State Jazz Ensembles. He has been a guest conductor for All County Jazz Ensembles and a jazz instructor for CNY Jazz Summer Jazz Workshop. As a professional trombonist, Candela performs and has recorded with the CNY Jazz Orchestra, Salt City Jazz Collective, Bones East, JAZZBONE, Doc Woods, Brian Murphy, and many regional music theater organizations. He has composed/arranged more than 200 original compositions and had many of them performed throughout New York State.

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Students aim for ‘Zero Trash’ By Lori Ruhlman A Zero Trash Campaign spearheaded by the elementary PTC’s Eco Team is encouraging students to reduce paper and plastic waste from home packed lunches. On April 13, a week after an original presentation about reducing trash, students at State Street School cut their lunchtime trash pile by 15 pounds, according to Jessica Cogan Millman of the Eco Team. The “normal” day’s lunch trash had weighed in at 64 pounds, ten ounces for all 17 classes. “This is equivalent to the weight of an average 9 year old, an average sized golden retriever, or 26,721 jelly beans,” said Millman. A week later, on April 13, there was much less trash created school wide. The fifth grade achieved the greatest reduction by reducing their trash by 8 lbs, 13 oz. The grand prize went to Janet Fagal’s class for generating only one pound of trash during lunch thus reducing their trash by more than 80 percent, said Millman. As a reward, science teacher Erin Brown will give Fagal’s class an extra science lab to work on experiments of


TOP: John Watt, Nick Kochan and Colin Wentworth perform an earth-friendly skit for students at Waterman Elementary. RIGHT: Waterman School students participate by giving a “thumbs up” when high school students do something that is good for the earth in their skit. their choosing. At the Friday Morning Meeting at Waterman School April 15, Millman and other members of the PTC Eco Team told Waterman students what the students at State Street School had accomplished. The goal, they explained, is for students to cut back on trash generated every single day at lunch by using re-usable containers and by recycling milk cartons. The State Street School

experiment showed that by using cloth napkins instead of paper napkins, and water bottles rather than disposable juice boxes, students can make a difference and help the earth. The message was illustrated in fun and lively way for Waterman students by a group of high school students, mostly from the Environmental Club, who wrote and performed several skits. After the skits, Principal

Marianne Young quizzed the students at Morning Meeting to see what they had learned. “They understood it all,” she said. The skits illustrated the importance of saving water, recycling, turning off lights and picking up litter. High school script writers and performers included Joe Copeland, Colin Wentworth, Leia Depeche, Amelia O’Hara, Elyce Buell, John Watt, Katie Wisniewski and Nick Kochan.





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All women owned or managed businesses, or women employees of any of our Skaneateles Area Chamber Member businesses, are invited to attend this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Women in Business Event. The Skaneateles Chamber is excited to be partnering with Women TIES to bring you Women in Business: Movement Toward Millions, featuring a trade show, luncheon and speaker, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 12 at The Lodge at Welch Allyn. To register online, go to cfm#Event169.

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The hallways at Skaneateles High School were filled with great music last week, as about 1,300 students from 20 school districts performed during the New York State School Music Association Major Organization Festival. The high school hosted the event, thanks to the efforts of music teachers Dave Wilber and Karen Veverka. Tuesday April 12, was for choral groups. There were 13 groups representing eight school districts (including the Skaneateles Middle School 7/8 Chorus). Wednesday April 13 was for instrumental groups. There were 10 groups representing seven school districts (including the Skaneateles High School String Orchestra). Thursday April 14 featured more instrumental groups. Nine groups represented seven school districts (including the Skaneateles Middle School Jazz Band). The instrumental groups are string orchestras, concert bands, Wind Ensembles, and Jazz Ensembles. There festival features two adjudicators each day, and there are different adjudicators for choruses and bands.


LEFT: As hosts of this year’s NYSSMA event, Dave Wilber and Karen Veverka of Skaneateles High School worked on planning throughout the school year. They took a one second break during one of the busy days to pose for a picture. RIGHT: High School Counselor Mark Barnes enjoyed hearing his son, Ned, center, perform at NYSSMA with the West Hill wind ensemble. At right is West Hill’s band director, Tony Masterobattisto.





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Community News Town to highlight conservation area at Creamery On Tuesday, April 26 the Skaneateles Historical Society will host a presentation by Bill Pavlus, Town Supervisor Teri Roney and members of the Town of Skaneateles Conservation Committee that will describe one of the conservation areas owned by the Town. The public is invited to attend at 7:30 p.m. at the Museum at the Creamery, 28 Hannum St. According to Pavlus, the town owns a total of 345 acres that wrap around the Transfer Station and fronts on both sides a portion of Gully Road. The area provides a wide variety of wilderness activity. Pavlus said the town has developed several trails that will take you along a ravine to a beautiful waterfall, through some Primary Forest (never been farmed) and some Secondary Forest (land that had been cleared for farming by the Guppy Family and has now re-

verted back to forest). “It is great in the spring to listen to the many species of songbirds, and great in the summer for long walks in the forest--with a little imagination you may think that you are hiking in the Adirondacks,” Pavlus said. “In the fall the colors are beautiful, especially along Gully Road. In the winter several people have taken up cross-country skiing and our town supervisor will tell you about taking her family snowshoeing.” The towns own a beautiful pond, overlooked by a pavilion built by the Skaneateles Rotary Club, where it holds the annual town of Skaneateles Fishing Derby for children ages 4 to 14 years. “We will have color-coded maps for those present, which include a description of how the property was acquired,” Pavlus said.

Skaneateles Fire Department elects officers Members of the Skaneateles Fire Department convened April 4 at the main station on West Genesee Street to conduct annual firematic and corporate elections. During this meeting, the membership elected the following officers: Firematic officers Chief of Department: Eric Sell 1st Assistant Chief: Dan Evans 2nd Assistant Chief: Fred Squires Captain Torrent Engine Company: Steve Bryan Captain Torrent Hook & Ladder Company: Joe Loperfido Captain Protections Company #1: Scott Short Captain Protections Company # 2: Ray Lessaongang Captain Frie Police: Jorge Batlle Lieutenant Torrent Engine Company: Clint Woodford Lieutenant Torrent Hook & Ladder Company: Pete Beuhler Lieutenant Protection Company #1: Adam D’Amico Lieutenant Protection Company #2: Steve Casper Lieutenant Fire Police: Gene Russell Corporate Officers President: Kathy Murphy Vice-President: Tammy Dudden Recording Secretary: Dave Newell Membership Secretary: Paul Jones

Treasurer: Ted Astemborksi Budget Director: David Card Historian: Jorge Batlle Custodian: Paul Murphy Receiver: Joe Loperfido

Congratulations and best of luck to those individuals as they begin their term in office. As of March 31, the dedicated members of the Skaneateles Fire Department responded to 23 emergency alarms with members spending 84 personnel hours on these alarms. In an effort to provide the most accurate information regarding our emergency responses, here is a more detailed breakdown of monthly SFD responses: March 2011 Fire: 9 Rescue: 2 EMS: 6 (SFD responds when SAVES is on another call) Water Rescue: 0 Mutual Aid: 6 (SFD responds to another fire district) Total number of calls for March: 23 Total personnel hours for March: 84 Thus far, the members of the SFD have responded to a total of 92 calls for 2011 (24 more calls than this time last year) with members spending 807 personnel hours away from home.

Friends of Skaneateles Library announce spring book donation drive

The Friends of The Skaneateles Library will hold a community book drive throughout the month of May. Books are being collected for the summer book sale to be held July 7, 8 and 9. Gently used children’s books, hardcover fiction and non-fiction, paperback books, cookbooks and coffee-table books are greatly appreciated. Books can be placed from May 1 through 31 in designated collection boxes at the Skaneateles Tops Market or the Community Center/YMCA. Books may also be dropped at the Skaneateles Library at 49 E. Genesee Street during regular library hours through June 30. The library does not accept textbooks, encyclopedias, music cassette tapes or computer games for its donation drive. DVDs, books on CD or cassette tape, music CDs and jigsaw puzzles, however, are accepted.

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Mary Dries hits 18 targets to lead the ladies By Wayne A. Lear Four riflemen met at our range on Saturday April 9, at 0900, three to shoot our regular weekly high power match, and one to sight in his rifle. The weather was clear, the temperature 42 degrees with a light south wind. Three of us fired the A Course of the John C. Garand Match as fired at Camp Perry, Ohio’s National Matches. Chuck Chernoff won the match. He fired his M1 and hit 90+89+87-2X’s=2662X’s and that score would also have won a bronze medal at Camp Perry. We all congratulate him. Dave Spearing fired his M1 and hit 93-1X+84+84=261-1X. I fired my ’03-A3 and hit 93-1X+88-1X+57=2382X’s and won the tail gunner’s position. Stark sighted in his Remington scoped sporter in .222 caliber. He fired ten shots from the bench and hit 94-2X’s. We all went to the fine Willow Glen Café for beverages after the match. Aryana kept the cups filled and Chernoff paid the tab. We all thank them both. On Monday night, April 11, thirty trap shooters, including two ladies and one junior, met to practice. The sky was overcast and the temperature was in the 60’s. The wind was strong and gusty from

the south west, and the targets thrown by the beautiful Swedish sweetheart sister in trap house #2 obeyed the wind’s wishes and went every direction but straight. At about 1830 the wind let up a little and Dennis Billington was able to knock down 24 targets. The ladies were led by Mary Dries with 18. Audrey Clark shot on two squads and hit 12 & 14. The junior shooter, Nate Klimick, shot on two squads and hit 15 & 16. An off color target was added to each squad’s targets this week because it was so popular last week. There were six squads of five shooters, and four of the off color (dark green) targets were broken, each earning the shooter a free shoot. The winning shooters were Mary Dries, Rodney Roberts, Andy Gee and Mark Paterson. Congratulations to everyone. Again this year, the Sons of the American Legion, Squad 239, is putting on a steak bake on Saturday April 30 at the Skaneateles Legion Post #239 on Jordan Road. The Rod and Gun Club members are selling tickets to the bake that will give a percentage to the R&G Club. Please come between 4:30 and 8:00 P.M. (1630 to 2000) and bring your own place setting. Thanks. Shoot safely and accurately, please.

Upcoming: Submissions and auditions Art on the Porches Art on the Porches is an art show, sale, and celebration of the historic Strathmore neighborhood featuring local artists who design and create original works of art. Artists will be displaying and selling their work from the spacious porches and lawns of the beautiful homes along Ruskin Avenue. In it’s the 11th Art on the Porches is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday June 18. Email for an application. Deadline: May 7 SyrFilmFest ‘11 submissions now open The Syracuse International Film Festival has a special category for Central New York filmmakers. To qualify, an artist must be a native of Central New York residing elsewhere, presently reside in Central New York, or have received their education in CNY. Central New York films, while singled out for prizes, must qualify under the general prescreening rules. All films are prescreened blind, and there are no acceptances based on any criteria other than the quality of the film. The festival accepts works from all countries. Cash awards of up to $5,000 will be given in all categories. There were more than 18 award categories in the 2010 festival. All members of the selection jury will be professional film or

video artists and critics. This year’s festival will be held Oct. 13 to 17. Deadline: month of May CMM seeks performers The Program Committee of Civic Morning Musicals is accepting applications for the 2011-12 season of the Wednesday Recital Series at the Everson Museum. Apply to perform in the series at Please submit recital applications online. All return correspondence will be electronic. Applications without an email address will not be accepted. Music programs should be 35 to 45 minutes; longer programs will be considered. Highly talented and accomplished young people are particularly encouraged to apply. A CD of recent work or an active URL of an online performance will be required of all first-time applicants. Contact John Spradling at or 424-3984. Deadline: Midnight, Sunday May 15 Westcott Art Trail Sale: artists wanted This year’s Westcott Art Trail Sale will take place on June 4 and 5, a weekend market for neighborhood artists that provides financial support for the Westcott ComSee Submissions, page 11




Community News Submissions munity Center and showcases the neighborhood. Neighborhood artists are encouraged to participate. Contact or steves@ to find a place to display your work. Set-up opportunities are also at the Westcott Community Center in the heart of the neighborhood. An application and $55 entry fee are required. Please send 300 dpi photos of your work with your application, for press releases, a poster, and postcards. Items for sale must be handmade. Art trail maps will be mailed to 5,000 homes in late May. Deadline: As soon as possible, event is June 4 and 5 RFP for mural in Crouse Hospital Open to all artists. Crouse Hospital has received funds to commission a mural in a public area within the hospital. The area is just outside passenger elevators on a patient care floor in the Irving building. The space is divided into three walls with two elevators in between. Each wall is approximately 14-feet by 8-feet. Submit a concept sketch to Kristine Delaney, Library Manager, Crouse Hospital, 736 Irving Ave., Syracuse, NY 13210. When sketches have been received, a committee will make final decisions on mural design. To see the

From page 10 space, call 470-7380 for an appointment. Artist over age 21 are eligible to enter. Artists may enter more than one mural design. The first half of the payment to the artist will be made when the commission is made and the second half when the mural is complete. Deadline: May 30 Talent Company auditions Auditions for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Curtains! The Musical Comedy Whodunitâ&#x20AC;? will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday April 16, 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday April 17, and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday April 23 at The New Times Theatre, Art & Home Center, NYS Fairgrounds. The Talent Company seeks actors, singers, dancers, ages 16 and over, for 10 leading and supporting roles and a high-energy ensemble that is heavily featured. Prepare 16 bars of a ballad and 16 bars of an up-tempo show tune. An accompanist will be provided; please bring sheet music. Wear comfortable clothes to move in. Photo and resume appreciated. Performances will take place Friday to Sunday from July 22 to 24, and Thursday to Sunday July 28 to 31, Aug. 4 to 7 and Aug. 11 to 14. Find character descriptions and full audition information at

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â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Pastels, Paint, and an Eye for Natureâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; at Baltimore Woods

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Crabapples,â&#x20AC;? by Ruth Anne Reagan Artworks in various media by artist Ruth Anne Reagan will be on display at the Weeks Art Gallery, Baltimore Woods Nature Center, 4007 Bishop Hill Road, Marcellus, from May 2 through June 30. The public is invited to a reception for the artist from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 28. The gallery is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p., Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and closed Sundays. There is no charge for parking and admittance. The gallery is open to the public. Reagan is a longstanding member of the Marcellus community, and has earned a reputation as a prolific artist. Over the years she has created hundreds of portraits of both children and adults, as well as a collection of landscape paintings. Reaganâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s solo exhibition at Baltimore Woods focuses on themes inspired by the natural world. In her landscape work, Reagan prefers to paint outdoors, â&#x20AC;&#x153;en plein air.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;The beauty of the central New York landscape in all seasons is enough to inspire me to get out my pastels, acrylics, watercolor or oils, and try to â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;get it down before [the light] changes,â&#x20AC;? said Reagan. The choice of medium reflects a spontaneous approach. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I have used different paints through the years,

and now pastel is my favorite, because I can start and stop when I like, unlike oils, which require a real commitment of time,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pastel is colorful, versatile and quick, suiting my style very nicely. With a pad of Sennelier paper, a few sheets of Canson or Wallis paper, I can make a picture in just a short time.â&#x20AC;? Regan studied portraiture with Jerome Witkin of Syracuse University, Daniel Greene of New Salem, and Harley Brown of the Scottsdale Artists School. She has exhibited with the former Gallery on the Lake, Skaneateles Bank, Geddes Bank, Baltimore Woods, the Marcellus Library, and other Onondaga County Libraries. She has received awards for her work from the Cayuga Museum, the Schweinfurth Museum in Auburn, the Cooperstown National Show, Canastota, the Art Museum in Old Forge, the New York State Fair, and the National Association of Pen Women. She is a charter member of the Marcellus/Skaneateles Art Guild. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The many landscapes, the trees, flowers and hills around Marcellus, the spring apple blossoms at Beak and Skiff, and the changing seasons at Marcellus Park, all give me much pleasure and inspiration to â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;get out there and paint,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? Reagan said.

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â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Clean Slate Diariesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; recognizes, honors courage of rape and assault survivors Think â&#x20AC;&#x153;pink,â&#x20AC;? and what comes to mind? Breast cancer awareness? How about yellow? Bone cancer, or endometriosis. Or suicide. Or soldier support. Red? AIDS. Puzzle pieces? Autism. But for survivors of rape, sexual assault and incest, there is no awareness campaign of any hue. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I realized there are no medals given or color-coded products sold to recognize the intense courage and fierce determination required to overcome the trauma that remains from these crimes,â&#x20AC;? says Renee DeVesty, CNY outreach director for Camp Good Days & Special Times. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So I decided to produce an event that would bring light and healing to their path.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Clean Slate Diaries,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; will recognize and honor victims of rape, incest and domestic violence through live music, art, dance and the spoken word from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday April 23 at the May Memorial Unitarian Church, 3800 E. Genesee St. in DeWitt. Maren Guse, 24, an information management graduate student at SU, has worked with DeVesty and participating survivors to create a video of survivor stories for the event. An exhibit of artwork created by survivors will be unveiled that night, too.

Wh i l e t h e re are resources and events for survivors in Syracuse, The Clean Slate Diaries is unique in its approach of specifically honoring survivors in the community, DeVesty says. Renee DeVesty is now a wife The gathering and mother, passionate will bring together about helping other survisurvivors and supvors come to terms with their porters in a big, experiences. vocal way to draw attention to a particularly gruesome topic. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an issue that most people are uncomfortable talking about, so they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t -- and thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just the point. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Most rape, incest, domestic and intimate partner abuse and violence takes place because of the silencing effect it has on victims,â&#x20AC;? DeVesty says. End the silence, and stop the cycle of abuse, she adds. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If we can improve how we handle and treat an individual who actually finds the courage to come forward and speak, it can be empowering for all victims, aid in their healing process and increase the number of cases that are actually reported - stopping the incidence of the crimes.â&#x20AC;?

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Reneeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s story DeVesty was 19 years old when she was raped by two male friends while overnight at a lakeshore camp in Central New York. As is the case for rape and sexual abuse survivors, DeVestyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s trauma didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t end with the assault. It didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t end when she realized she was pregnant as a result of the rape, or when she decided (â&#x20AC;&#x153;regretfully,â&#x20AC;? she says) to terminate the pregnancy. The psychological damage from the incident drove her to years of alcoholism, abusive relationships, debt, an eating disorder and, finally, to seek counseling to accept what had been done to her and the subsequent decisions she had made. Twelve years passed before DeVesty, at 31,

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vivors. DeVestyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event will bring those two groups together. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The great thing about this program is that sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s openly inviting people who support the cause to participate in the event,â&#x20AC;? alongside survivors, Scarantino said. On average, Vera House works with more than 700 sexual assault victims annually. The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network estimates that less than half of reported rapes result in a prison sentence for the rapist. Factoring in that 60 percent of rapes are never reported, RAINN contends that as of 1999, 15 of every 16 rapists walk free. In spite of the shame, fear and gui lt many rap e sur vivors exp er ience, DeVesty said she didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have much trouble finding survivors willing to contribute to The Clean Slate

Diaries. Guse says the more she and DeVesty talk about the project, the more she hears from people about their own experiences â&#x20AC;&#x201C; friends, colleagues and strangers have come forward to share their stories, she says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I never realized, and never before could have imagined, just how many people have been touched by sexual violence and how there is truly a veil of silence around it,â&#x20AC;? says Guse. The Clean Slate Diaries event is free and open to all survivors of rape, sexual assault and incest, and to those who support them. To learn more about the event visit Learn more about Renee DeVesty at Vera House is online, too, at verahouse. org. The 24-hour rape and sexual assault hotline is 422-7273.

Keeping yourself safe

Pay attention: Know where you are, remain alert and make eye contact with other people. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t allow for the element of surprise, something people often rely on when committing an assault. Drink smart: Only accept drinks from the bartender or server or open cans and bottles yourself, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t finish drinks that have been out of your sight, and donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t drink so much you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t remain alert (see above). Buddy up: Stick with a friend at a party or in a crowd, when youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re with another person you are considerably less vulnerable to an assault. Be a big mouth: Going on a first date? To a party at a new place? Tell someone where you are going, who you are going with, and when you expect to return.

If something does happen...

Even if you drank too much, didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know where you were, found yourself alone or wore a short skirt â&#x20AC;&#x201C; if you were assaulted, it is not your fault. There is no excuse for sexual assault. The victim is never to blame. If you or someone you know has been the victim of rape, abuse or incest, Vera House is a local resource that can help. Call 425-0818 or visit for help or more information.


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Street to be repaired. Within six weeks we were able to get the State to commit in writing to a 2007 start date. (Indeed, the project began in 2007 and was largely completed by the end of 2008.) By the end of the year we had received community development money for the first phase of reconstruction of Maple and Orange streets. With village board approval, I expanded this project to include new water pipe services and new sidewalks for both streets. The new sidewalks I believed were now essential with the construction of the new library in the area. In the coming years we would lobby and receive money for â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and complete â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the later phases of the Maple and Orange Street project. Also as previously stated, the Eisenberg administration had negotiated a deal with the town and OCWA to improve some village water pipes and to switch to OCWA water. The village board supported my efforts to expand

the deal (at no cost to the village) to include full replacement of the Reed Parkway water line and the complete refurbishment of the village water storage tank, as well as include leasing all of the villageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s water lines to OCWA for the next 40 years. As a result of that lease, OCWA also paid for 50 percent of the replacement cost of the nearby Reed Street water line and is responsible for bearing the full cost of all further repairs or replacements to the entire Village drinking water system for the 40-year duration of the lease. As my administration progressed, an independent study demonstrated to the village board and I that the villageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wastewater treatment plant could be made significantly more energy efficient (and therefore both save money and aid the environment). We decided to approve the designed renovations, and indeed they were implemented. The projected cost of these renovations was more than cut in half out-

right by a combination of federal grant money and early bidding. Moreover, the village has already seen financial savings from the improved efficiency and, in time, this will likely result in the project actually paying for itself. The Reed Parkway project also began with my Administration â&#x20AC;&#x201C; an outgrowth, of course, of the streetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s desperate condition that, as earlier noted, I had pledged to repair. This became all the more urgent given that the street would have to be significantly torn apart with the replacement of the water line under the street as part of the OCWA project. Further research during the projectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s design led the village board and I to learn that the sewer line under the street was also in desperate shape. Worse, we further learned during this time that the sewer lines under nearby Highland Drive and Reed Street were in even worse condition, and in several areas had â&#x20AC;&#x201D; literally â&#x20AC;&#x201D; begun to collapse. Meanwhile, se-

vere washout from drainage problems had given Reed Street the dubious honor of surpassing Reed Parkway as the Villageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s worst street in the opinion of all too many Village residents (as many of us remember all too well). Collectively, all of this led to the massive project that included the water line and sewer line rehabilitation of Reed Parkway, Reed Street and Highland Drive, as well as the fulldepth road reconstruction of Reed Parkway and Reed Street with accompanying drainage, landscaping and sidewalks. This multi-year project, in fact, was still underway when I left office in the spring of 2010, and its final phase continued through the fall and was administered by the new Mayor and the Village Board. I will remain forever grateful to Mayor Curtin and Trustees Mary Jo Paul and Pat Cox for

their continued support of the project and for administering the project to a successful conclusion. Nearly $8 million of federal, state and county aid According to my research there has never been a four year period in village of Marcellus history where we have been blessed with as much as nearly eight million dollars in combined federal, state and county money that came to actual fruition to aid with projects in the village than we were during the 2006-2010 period â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and that is not even counting the money saved by the low interest loans we have also received from other levels of the government during this time. In closing I wish to reiterate that I cannot give enough thanks to everyone in the community for their four years of support and patience in

the face of all the inconveniences that the 2006-2010 Marcellus Village Reconstruction Projects inherently caused. I believe it all was worth it, and I hope the community does, as well. P.S. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; With all of that said, I wish to note that an unfortunate and unintended result of many of the 2006-10 Reconstruction Projects was the loss of many beautiful and venerable village trees. Yet, lemons were turned into lemonade. An aggressive and unique reforestation program was also implemented throughout the village from 2006-10. As the last of those many trees are now all finally planted and will soon start to bloom, I wish to share more information with the community on this matter in a follow-up column.


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Sports Rice leads top-ranked Girls track Lakers roar past Westhill, CBA Lakers past Marcellus By Phil Blackwell

At least at the start, the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team is on top. It’s a place where it wants to stay for two more months. When the first state Class C rankings were released early last week, the Lakers held the no. 1 ranking, just ahead of Long Island power Cold Spring Harbor. Cazenovia, whom Skaneateles beat 10-8 on April 8, holds the no. 3 spot, its highest-ever ranking. Now with that top spot, Skaneateles steeled itself Thursday night for the first of two meetings in as many weeks against archrival Marcellus, who started 4-0 before a loss to CBA. Thanks mostly to another stellar performance from senior All-American candidate Kevin Rice, the Lakers knocked out the Mustangs early in a 16-7 victory. Whether through his own charges to the net, or through deft passes that led to easy goals, Rice seemed to do everything right in the first half. Skaneateles was up 7-1 through one period, and grew the margin to double digits, 11-1, by halftime.

It eased up in the second half – but not before Rice had finished with four goals and six assists, a 10-point effort that mostly benefited Mike Richards, who managed four goals and two assists, and Paul O’Donnell, who found the net three times. Connor O’Hara scored twice as Brenden Major and Zach Ross also had goals. Alex Brownlee, Brady Hueber and Nate Scuderi earned assists. All this part of a stretch where Skaneateles played three OHSL Liberty division opponents in five days, winning them all by sizable margins. Just before this, the Lakers set out last Tuesday to face Jordan-Elbridge, and a solid effort produced an 189 victory over the Eagles. Fast starts to each half made the difference. Skaneateles roared out to a 6-1 lead by the end of the first quarter, then pulled off a similar 7-1 surge through the third period to put things away. Rice amassed six goals, adding an assist. O’Donnell backed up his pair of goals with five assists as Zach Brownlee earned three goals and three assists.

Richards also had a threegoal hat trick as O’Hara got two goals. Jeff Higman and Jack Fabrizio had the other goals as Ross and Kevin Valente contributed assists. To complete this troika of road wins, the Lakers ventured to Westhill Saturday and mostly relied on a stellar defense to set the tone in a 12-5 victory over the Warriors. Trevor Diamond, Brady Hueber and Mike Card were in top form during the first half as the Skaneateles back line held Westhill without a goal in the first half, during which time the Lakers built a 7-0 lead. Finally, the Warriors got on the board in the second half, but Skaneateles had put it out of reach. Richards had three goals and two assists, while O’Donnell had three goals and one assist. Rice scored twice, adding two assists, while Zach Brownlee managed two goals and one assist. Higman and Fabrizio had the other goals. Following some rest, Skaneateles will host the rematch with Marcellus Thursday, then stay home Saturday to take on Onondaga.

Lakers boys tennis beats Hannibal By Phil Blackwell In what was supposed to be a key early-season contest, the Skaneateles boys tennis team were supposed to take on Christian Brothers Academy on Thursday afternoon at Austin Park – but rains the previous two days forced caused wet courts and forced a postponement. The Lakers’ week began with a warm, windy match against Hannibal last Monday that produced a 4-1 victory over the Warriors. Will Bolton, in singles, handled Greg Verwey 6-4, 6-1, while Matt Kallas also won in straight sets over Joe Griffin 6-2, 6-4. In first singles, Will Bersani led early, but lost a three-set decision to Darryl Rupert 4-6, 6-0, 7-6. Meanwhile, in doubles Ryan Sayko and Ethan Wilcox rolled past Jared Downing and Spencer Malone 6-0, 6-3. Sasha Darovshikh and Shiva Sharma had a 6-3, 6-3 sweep of Trent Lamb and Ronnie Tyler.

Skaneateles baseball falls to Hannibal By Phil Blackwell Wet weather kept the Skaneateles baseball team from getting an opportunity to challenge two-time defending state Class B champion Westhill last Wednesday afternoon. Two days earlier, in its OHSL Liberty division opener, the Lakers went to Hannibal and saw its bats silenced for much of a 6-2 loss to the Warriors. Hannibal pitching ace Blair Taylor did a superb job, holding Skaneateles to three hits while striking out seven. The Lakers

did not get on the board until the top of the seventh, thanks to Pat Roberts’ tworun triple. Roberts also pitched, and while not roughed up by any big Warrior rally, Hannibal chipped away with runs in five of the six innings. Taylor led there, too, with two hits, including a double, and two RBIs. If the weather improves this week, Skaneateles could play as many as four games against the likes of Jordan-Elbridge, West Genesee, Onondaga and Palmyra-Macedon.

By Phil Blackwell Four different meets, in a span of five weeks, will determine if the Skaneateles girls track and field team can, once again, rise to the top of the Onondaga High School League Liberty division. The first step proved quite convincing, as the Lakers easily flung back the challenges of Westhill and Christian Brothers Academy last Wednesday afternoon, beating the Warriors 89-45 and routing the Brothers 98-42. Skaneateles cleaned up in field events, where Gabby Eckles cleared 5 feet 3 inches in the high jump and had a top triple jump of 32 feet 8 inches. Caroline Walton did the same in the throwing events, tossing the shot put 33 feet 11 inches and the discus 78 feet 9 inches to win both events. Kaela Fiutak won the pole vault by clearing 7 feet 6 inches. Taylor Woodruff had a big part in this sweep. She won the 400-meter dash in 1:04.3, then needed 28.4 seconds to prevail in the 200-meter dash. And in the 4x400 relay, Woodruff, along with Julia Judge, Anna Barrett and Erin Tonzi, got first place in 4:37.1. Tonzi, Julia Poorman, Madeline Adams and Danielle Mazzeo were victorious in the 4x800 relay in 10:37.1. Over in the boys meet, Skaneateles earned a split, holding off Westhill 74-67, but taking an 81-60 defeat to CBA. Sean Cooper had two individual titles,

going 38 feet in the triple jump and adding a victory in the 110 high hurdles, where he finished in 16.2 seconds. Tim Lewis was first in the high jump, clearing 5 feet 8 inches. CBA’s Brendan Smith led his side by taking both the mile (4:52.0) and 800-meter run (2:12.0) and helping his side win the 4x800 (9:20) and 4x400 (3:48) relays. Both of the Skaneateles teams would venture south to compete in Saturday’s Newark Valley/Maine-Endwell RedWhite-Blue Gold Invitational. On the girls side, Walton won the shot put, tossing it 33 feet 11 inches, more than a foot and a half better than Newark Valley’s Jessica Nurczynski. She was also fourth in the discus, throwing it 90 feet 7 ½ inches. Adams eased her way to second place in the 3,000-meter run in 11:20.36, behind only Trumansburg’s Sarah Danner (11:03.36). Tonzi got fourth place in the 800 in a clocking of 2:34.41, with Mazzeo (2:36.50) in seventh place. Aine Rooney (1:07.44) and Anna Barrett (1:07.84) were sixth and seventh, respectively, in the 400meter dash. Cooper won the boys 110 high hurdles in 15.91 seconds, the only competitor to break the 16-second mark, and was fifth in the 200-meter dash in 24.27 seconds. Hunter Dickinson was sixth in the discus, throwing it 113 feet 8 inches. Danny Sakal was eighth in the 800 in 2:23.99.

Girls lax goes 2-1, falls to F-M By Phil Blackwell

Having prevailed twice in close, exciting contests this spring, the Skaneateles girls lacrosse team finally saw that fortune change, even as it learned it had the no. 2 spot in the first state Class C rankings of the season. In last Tuesday night’s home game against traditional Class A power Fayetteville-Manlius, the Lakers were close all the way through the fast-paced contest, but fell to the Hornets 16-14. F-M came into the game with a 2-2 record, but those defeats were to strong foes from the Albany (Guilderland) and Rochester (Pittsford Mendon) areas, so it was a battle-tested opponent. On the turf, the pace was quick from the start, and Skaneateles matched most of what F-M could offer, only trailing 9-8 at halftime. Much the same thing happened in the second half as, no matter what the Lakers did, the Hornets answered. Skaneateles lost despite Dianne Vitkus scoring six times and adding an assist. Erin Callahan had a big night, too, with four goals and four assists, while Shelby McNeilly scored twice. Emma Ford and Carly Davis both had one goal and one assist. Mollie Caputo, Marri Ryu (four goals each) and Katie Sipple (three goals) led F-M’s push. To say that the Lakers’ second encounter with Cazenovia on April 9 differed from the first would be a vast understatement, as Skaneateles had to hang on to earn a second victory over that other group of Lakers 11-10. When those same two sides met a week earlier, Skaneateles had crushed Cazenovia 19-5 on its home turf. But on the grass

at Cazenovia’s Fenner Street complex, it turned into a far more dramatic contest. No matter what Skaneateles tried, it could not make a sustained scoring run against a vastly improved Cazenovia defense. Only leading 6-4 at halftime, the visitors fell into the same pattern in the second half and needed to hang on in the late going behind Shannon Byrne’s 11 saves. On the offensive end, Vitkus and Callahan both found the net three times, with Vitkus adding two assists. Ford was close behind, with two goals and two assists, while Davis, Taylor Kerr and Casey VanSlyke also converted. Kaitlyn Button led Cazenovia with three goals and five assists. Right after the F-M defeat, Skaneateles regrouped – then hosted Westhill Friday night and battled its way to a 12-8 victory over the Warriors. Despite holding Westhill star Brenna Rainone without a goal, the Lakers still had to work hard throughout the night, only leading 6-4 at halftime and needing to duplicate that effort in the second half to get clear. Davis, with three goals, and McNeilly, with two goals and two assists, led a well-balanced attack. Kerr and Alana Navaroli also had two-goal outings as Callahan earned a goal and two assists. Vitkus scored, too. Meg Dwyer led Westhill with a three-goal hat trick. All this led to Tuesday night’s showdown between the Lakers and Christian Brothers Academy, who rose to the no. 1 spot in the state Class C rankings before falling to Marcellus 12-11 last Thursday night. A trip to Long Island, and a game Saturday against Class A power Farmingdale, will follow.




Sports Skan boys golfers start 2-0 By Phil Blackwell A long run of success has the Skaneateles boys golf team confident that it can again tear through the OHSL Liberty division this spring. To start with, the Lakers dealt with warm, windy conditions in last Monday’s home match against Cazenovia, taking out that other group of Lakers 218-243. Over nine holes at Skaneateles Country Club, Jeff Baldetti managed a 40, two shots ahead of Eric

Edmunds, while Justin Sisson contributed a 44. Cazenovia’s top two players, Trevor Gatzke and Gus Whitaker, each shot 46. A day later at SCC, the Lakers exploited calmer conditions to improve its overall team score and beat Jordan-Elbridge 209-248 to improve to 2-0. Baldetti this time matched par, shooting 35, two shots better than Sisson, while Edmunds had his second consecutive 44 and Matt Lee

stepped up to shoot 45. In its opener, the Skaneateles girls golf team shot 230 to beat Marcellus (241), but take second to Westhill, who won with 219. The Lakers’ Kelsey Fenner shot a 47, beaten only by the Warriors’ Nicole Deming, who posted a 44. Then the Lakers beat East Syracuse-Minoa 268-284 at SCC, helped by the fact that Fenner shot a 52 and Sam Bently, who posted a 56, finished close behind.

Skaneateles softball handles Hannibal By Phil Blackwell The Skaneateles softball team would break into the win column during last Monday’s game at Hannibal, using a big sixth inning to take over and beat the Warriors 11-4. Through three innings, the two sides were tied, 4-4. It stayed that way until the top of the sixth, when Skaneateles batted around and managed

six runs, moving ahead for good. Carrie Hinchman, Emylie Garcia, Emily Call and Colleen Cargile each put up two hits. Erica Nye crossed the plate three times, with Call, Chelsea Hamilton and Erica Tomlinson scoring two runs apiece. Julianna Augustine joined Cargile, Garcia and Hamilton in earning RBIs. Cargile pitched four innings, not

allowing a hit and earning the win as she struck out six in relief of Alyssa Stevens. After Wednesday’s game with Westhill was rained out, the Lakers were off until Monday, when it would host Jordan-Elbridge in an otherwise quiet week during the school break.

Marcellus lacrosse coach launches recruitment camp It’s no secret that the Central New York region has become a hotbed for the recruitment of college-bound lacrosse talent. The area is a “mustsee” destination for college coaches filling out their rosters, and many of these coaches rely on summer clubs such as the newly formed Lionheart Lacrosse Club in order to best focus their recruitment efforts in CNY. Marcellus Central High School coach and Lionheart Lacrosse Club founder Leo McInerney knows this first hand. He was highly recruited out of Marcellus and eventually accepting a scholarship to the Division 1 Virginia Military Institute in 2001,

where he earned All South honors and was a two-time All MAAC Conference player. McInerney credits his success to the visibility he gained by participating in the sport yearround, and hopes to create similar opportunities for his quickly growing list of club attendees. “Summer and fall lacrosse has become very important in terms of recruiting and getting noticed by college coaches,” said McInerney. “In one [recruiting] trip they can see the best talent from a number of schools throughout Upstate NY. Approximately 90 percent of all recruiting is done over the summer and fall,

Village ment. “The quality of the life services, snow plowing, getting kids to school, repairing the streets, will be impacted by this reduction in force,” said Short. “I ask the board to consider all the services provided before making hasty decisions.” Mayor Hubbard was commiserative yet firm in his reply. “I can’t predict when roads will be plowed or potholes filled, this board and the village faces a dismal fiscal situation,” he said. “There’s no way around it. I prefer to use the word ‘change’ not ‘cut.’” Sitting in the back of the room, Jack Haggarty of Skaneateles raised his hand. “New York State is losing taxpayers, 1.5 million over the past 8 years,” Haggarty said. “State taxes here are 60 percent higher than the national

so participating in these showcase tournaments can really improve on how much a player is seen.” The Lionheart Lacrosse Club is operated by head Marcellus lacrosse coach Leo McInerney (VMI ’05), Marcellus defensive coordinator Steve Loetterle and Cayuga Community College defensive coordinator JT Pitcher. All three coaches received Division 1 lacrosse scholarship to their respective schools. Students or parents interested in registering for the Lionheart Lacrosse Club should go to or call Coach McInerney at 559-0104.

From page 1 average. When the county, state and federal government added to the budget everyone was happy.” Haggarty went on, and compared the situation to eggs in a basket. He said the full basket is now running empty. “Reality is, taxes can’t go much higher, and cuts in services and jobs are in future,” he said. “I know it hurts, but something’s got to give.” Mayor Hubbard thanked Haggarty for his thoughtful input. By the end of Monday’s meeting the tentative budget moved a little closer to finalization with some actual figures still pending against projected. The village’s fiscal year runs from June 1 to May 31.The budget includes withdrawing $98,780 from the village’s general fund to make up some of the shortage. Monday’s calculations predicted a shortfall of

nearly $185,000. By Thursday’s lightly attended meeting the budget gap figure was better. With lower-than-estimated actual figures for the police clerk, insurance and fire service, the adjusted shortfall dropped to $101,990. Addition of the general fund offset brought the total to $3,210. “This figure is a direct representation of the board’s commitment not to raise taxes,” said Hubbard. “Unless something catastrophic happens, this is it.” The board expects to vote on the budget at its next meeting scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday April 28. The board agreed at its reorganization meeting April 4 to move meetings to the second and fourth Thursday of the month.



Lillian Foster, 88

Loving wife and devoted mother Lillian Frances Foster, 88, of Marcellus, went home to the Lord April 9, 2011. Lil was a loving wife and devoted mother, but her greatest joy was caring for children and any stray animal that crossed her path. She was a long time member of the First Presbyterian Church of Marcellus. Lil was predeceased by her husband of 50 years, Emory Foster in 1989, her father and mother, Curtis and Goldie Dye, and her brother George Dye. She is survived by her children Lillian Aylesworth, Harry (Sue) Foster, Howard

(Beth) Foster, June (Gil) Baker, Vicky (Bill) Thompson, and Carol (Guy) Donahoe. Her siblings: Evelyn Horsford, Eloise (Henry) Luebner, Vera Jane Droppa, and James (Clara) Dye, 18 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and a large extended family. Ser vices: Wednesday April 13 at the Robert D. Gray Funeral Home, Skaneateles. Burial was in Sheppard Settlement Cemetery. Donations can be made in her name to the Matthew House or Hospice of Central New York.

Henry ‘Hank’ G. Church, 81

Former pro boxer, served as First Deputy Chief of Syracuse Fire Department Henry “Hank” G. Church, 81, of Syracuse, passed away Wednesday, April 6, 2011 at home surrounded by his wife and seven children. A lifetime resident of Syracuse, he was born on Saturday October 5, 1929 and was the son of Henry George Church and Mary Socia Church. He served in the armed forces in Korea. Hank retired as First Deputy Chief of the Syracuse Fire Department in 1993 Henry “Hank” G. after 35 years of service. He was a loving Church husband, father, grandfather and greatgrandfather. An avid gardener and golfer, Hank was also a former professional boxer. He was a former member of the Camillus Country Club and was affiliated with the “Rascals” of Tipperary Hill. Hank is survived by his wife of 57 years, the former Rita Ennis; daughters and sons-in-law, Marilyn and Tom Schneider, Marguerite Tyo, Kathleen and Matt Oliver, and Maureen Church; sons and daughters-in-law, Michael and Julie, Peter and Carmen, and Vincent; 17 grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren. Relatives and friends called Sunday, April 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Buranich Funeral Home, 5431 W. Genesee St., Camillus. Services were Monday, April 11 at 9:30 a.m. at the funeral home and 10 a.m. in Holy Family Church where a funeral Mass was celebrated with Rev. Gregory Kreinheder and Deacon Nick Alvaro officiating. Hank will be laid to rest in St. Francis Xavier Cemetery, Marcellus. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Arc of Onondaga Foundation, 600 South Wilbur Ave., Syracuse, NY 13204 or to Jason T. Ennis 2007 Trust, 96 Forest Rd., Hancock, NH 03449. Please share condolences at

Herbert W. Kopp, Sr., 92

Spent retirement years in antiquing, glass grinding business

Herbert W. Kopp Sr., 92, of Skaneateles, died Monday April 11, 2011, at Van Duyn Home. Born and raised in Split Rock he resided in Skaneateles most of his life. He had worked at Chrysler Corp. and following retirement he spent many years in the antiquing and glass grinding business. He was a communicant of St. Mary’s of the Lake Church in Skaneateles, was a member of the Antique Dealers Herbert W. Kopp, Association, the Skaneateles Volunteer Fire Dept. and was a volunteer for Meals on Wheels. His wife Ann predeceased him in 2004. Surviving are 2 sons David (Dorothy) Kopp and Herbert Kopp Jr. both of Auburn, 2 daughters Ann (Ronald) Wolicki of Marcellus and Barbara (Charles) Hunt of Skaneateles, a brother John Kopp of California, 4 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Services were held April 14 at the Robert D. Gray Funeral Home Skaneateles and at St. Mary’s of the Lake Church. Burial was in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Cayuga Seneca ARC, Auburn or St. Mary’s of the Lake Church.



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directed to the Clerk of the District, must be signed by at least 56 qualified voters of the District, must state the residence of each signer, and must state the name and residence of the candidate. AND, notice is hereby given that qualified voters may apply for absentee ballots at the office of the Clerk of the District, and a list of persons to whom absentee ballots have been issued will be available for inspection in the office of the Clerk of the District during regular office hours until the day of the election. AND, notice is hereby given that at said Annual Budget Vote and Election to be held on May 17, 2011, the following propositions will be submitted: Proposition 1 Purchase of Buses Shall the Board of Education of the West Genesee Central School District be authorized and directed: Shall the Board of Education of the West Genesee Central School District be authorized and directed to purchase eight (8) school buses for the fiscal year 2011-12 for a total sum not to exceed $864,610, and to pay such amount by the levy of a tax which may be collected in annual installments as provided by Section 416 of the Education Law; and in anticipation of such tax, obligations of said school district shall be issued? Proposition 2 Shall the West Genesee Central School District levy and collect a tax, pursuant to Section 259 of the Education Law of the State of New York, in the sum of $288,000.00 (which is an increase of $96,000.00 from the levy in effect from 2009-2010 in the sum of $192,000.00) for the continuing support and maintenance of the free library services offered to district residents by the public libraries historically supported by the residents of the West Genesee Central School District, with said monies to be apportioned as follows: Maxwell Memorial Library [Camillus] $117,000.00; Fairmount Community Library $117,000.00; Onondaga Free Library - $54,000.00? By Order of the Board of Education District Clerk Camillus, New York March, 2011 EO-19 NOTICE OF THE PUBLIC BUDGET HEARING AND THE ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF THE MARCELLUS CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE is hereby given that the Public Budget Hearing of the Marcellus Central School District for the purpose of discussion of the expenditures and budgeting of funds for the 2011-2012 school year will be held at the William K. Groeling Auditorium, off North Street, Marcellus, New York, on May 10, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Savings Time (“E.D.S.T.”). NOTICE is also given that the Annual Meeting and Election to elect Members of the Board of Education, and to vote upon the propositions and the appropriation of the necessary funds to meet the estimated expenditures for the 2011-2012 school year, by voting machine, will be held on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at the Marcellus Central School District at the William K. Groeling Auditorium between the hours of Noon and 9:00 p.m. (E.D.S.T.). NOTICE is also given that a copy of the statement prepared by the Board of Education of the amount of monies required for the 20112012 school year for school purposes, may be obtained on and after April 27, 2011 at the District Office and at the main office of each school building between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. each weekday except Saturday, Sunday or holidays.

NOTICE is also given in accordance with Section 495 of the New York Real Property Tax Law, that the District shall prepare a Real Property Tax “Exemption Report” which shall show how much of the assessed value on the final assessment roll (utilized for the school tax levy) is exempt from taxation. This Exemption Report will be posted on the District’s web site and on District bulletin boards utilized for posting public notices. The Exemption Report will be annexed to any preliminary District budget, and shall become part of the final budget. NOTICE is also given that two members of the Board of Education will be elected due to the expiration of the terms of Julie Brissette and Lisa Valentine. The two candidates receiving the highest number of votes each will be elected to three year terms. NOTICE is also given that the candidates for the office of Member of the Board of Education shall be nominated by petition. A separate petition shall be required to nominate each candidate. Forms of petition may be obtained from the Clerk of the District at the District Office. Each petition must be directed to the Clerk of the District, must be signed by at least 25 qualified voters of the District, and must state the name and residence of the candidate and the residence of each signer. NOTICE is also given that petitions nominating candidates for the office of Member of the Board of Education must be filed in the office of the Clerk of the District between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, but no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, April 18, 2011. NOTICE is also given that qualified voters of the District may obtain applications for an absentee ballot from the office of the Clerk of the District between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. Completed applications must be received by the Clerk of the District no later than 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10, 2010, if an Absentee Ballot is to be mailed to the voter. Applications received after 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10, 2011, will require the voter to personally appear at the office of the District Clerk to receive an Absentee Ballot. All applications must be received by the District Clerk no later than 4:00 p.m. on Monday, May 16, 2011. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that all Absentee Ballots must be received by the District Clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. A listing of all persons to whom an Absentee Ballot has been issued will be available for inspection by any qualified voter in the office of the Clerk of the District between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays, through Monday, May 16, 2011. Dated: March 15, 2011 Marcellus, New York By Order of the Board of Education Marcellus Central School District By: Cheryl Gonzalez, Clerk of the District EO-19 NOTICE OF THE PUBLIC BUDGET HEARING, AND THE ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF THE WESTHILL CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE is hereby given that the Public Budget Hearing of the Westhill Central School District (the “District”) for the purpose of discussion of the expenditure and budgeting of funds for the 2011-2012 school year will be held at the High School auditorium, 4501 Onondaga Boulevard, Syracuse, New York on Tuesday, May 10, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Saving Time (E.D.S.T.).


NOTICE is also given that the Annual Meeting and Election to elect a member of the Board of Education, and to vote upon the propositions and appropriation of the necessary funds to meet the estimated expenditures for the 2011-2012 school year, by voting machine, will be held on Tuesday, May 17, 2011, at the Westhill High School auditorium foyer, 4501 Onondaga Boulevard, Syracuse, New York between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. (E.D.S.T.). NOTICE is also given that a copy of the statement of the amount of monies required for the 2011-2012 school year for school purposes, may be obtained on and after April 27, 2011 at the District Office and at the main office of each school building between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. each weekday, except Saturday, Sunday or holidays. NOTICE is also given in accordance with Section 495 of the New York Real Property Tax Law, that the District shall prepare a Real Property Tax “Exemption Report” which shall show how much of the assessed value on the final assessment roll (utilized for the school tax levy) is exempt from taxation. This Exemption Report will be posted on the District’s web site and on District bulletin boards utilized for posting public notices. The Exemption Report will be annexed to any preliminary District budget, and shall become part of the final budget. NOTICE is also given that the following propositions will be submitted to the voters: Proposition 1 Vehicle Purchase Proposition Shall the Board of Education of the Westhill Central School District be authorized to purchase three (3) school buses and one (1) rotary mower at a total estimated cost not to exceed $354,000, including necessary furnishings, fixtures and equipment and all other costs incidental thereto, and to expend a total sum not to exceed $354,000, which is estimated to be the total maximum cost thereof, and to levy a tax for the foregoing in the amount of $354,000, which shall be levied and collected in annual installments in such years and in such amounts as may be determined by the Board of Education and in anticipation of the collection of such tax, to issue bonds and notes of the District at one time, or from time to time, in the principal amount not to exceed $354,000, and to levy a tax to pay the interest on said obligations when due? Proposition 2 Library Proposition Shall the annual appropriation for the Onondaga Free Library within the Westhill Central School District be increased from $65,000 to $95,000 such sum to be raised by the levy of a tax upon the taxable property of the District in accordance with Section 259 of the Education Law? NOTICE is also given that one member of the Board of Education will be elected due to the expiration of the term of Lisa O’Reilly. The candidate receiving the highest number of votes will be elected to a five-year term beginning July 1, 2011. NOTICE is also given that the candidate(s) for the office of Member of the Board of Education shall be nominated by petition. (A separate petition shall be required to nominate each candidate). Forms of petition may be obtained from the Clerk of the District at the District Office. The petition must be directed to the Clerk of the District, must be signed by at least 25 qualified voters of the District, must state the residence of each signer, and must state the name and residence of the candidate. NOTICE is also given that petitions nominating the candidate(s) for the office of

Member of the Board of Education must be filed in the office of the Clerk of the District between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., but no later than 5:00 p.m. on April 18, 2011. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that qualified voters of the District may obtain applications for an absentee ballot from the office of the Clerk of the District. Completed applications must be received by the Clerk of the District no later than 5:00 p.m. on May 16, 2011, and must be received no later than 4:00 p.m. on May 10, 2011 if the absentee ballot is to be mailed to the voter. Completed applications received after 4:00 p.m. on May 10, 2011 will require the voter to personally appear at the office of the Clerk of the District to receive an absentee ballot. A listing of all persons to whom an absentee ballot is issued will be available for inspection by any qualified voter in the office of the Clerk of the District between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. through May 16, 2011, except on Saturdays, Sundays or holidays. DATED: March 21, 2011 Syracuse, New York BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION By: Patricia Ripley, District Clerk EO-19 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Dyson Products LLC, Art. of Org. filed Sec’y of State(SSNY) 12/29/2010. Ofice location: Onondaga County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process: 3 Shotwell Lane, Skaneateles. NY 13152. Purpose: Manufacture of Food & travel products. SK-16 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Millcraft Homes, LLC, Art. of Org. filed Sec’y of State (SSNY) 3/24/11. Office location: Onondaga County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 25 East Elizabeth St., Skaneateles, NY 13152. Purpose: any lawful activities. SK-20 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Heart 'n Hand, LLC, Art. of Org. filed Sec'y of State (SSNY) 2/8/11. Office location: Onondaga County.SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process: 4463 State Street Road., Skaneateles, NY 13152. Purpose: any lawful purpose. SK-14 VILLAGE OF ELBRIDGE NOTICE OF ADOPTED BUDGET PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the budget for the Village of Elbridge for the Fiscal Year 2011-2012 was adopted on April 4, 2011, and a summary of the adopted budget is available for public inspection in the Clerk’s office, 210 West Main Street, Elbridge, New York, during normal business hours. 4/13/2011 Renee M. Caron Clerk-Treasurer EO-16 NOTICE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF ONONDAGA SUMMONS AND NOTICE Index No. 2010-4486 Date Filed: 8/4/ 2010 JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff, against Juanita Gibson-Watson; Gwendolyn Williams; Gloria Jackson; K.K. Watson; Lakeisha Watson; State of New York; New York State Crime Victims Board; Home Properties Harborside Manor LLC; Auburn Memorial Hospital; Midland

Funding, LLC; New York State Department of Taxation and Finance; Any unknown heirs, devisees, distributees or successors in interest of the late Willis E. Watson, if they be living or if they be dead. Their spouses, heirs, devisees, distributees and successors in interest, all of whom and whose names and places of residence are unknown to the Plaintiff, and “JOHN DOE #1” through “JOHN DOE #10”, the last ten names being fictitious and unknown to the Plaintiff, 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 PROPERTY ADDRESS: 105 Ashworth Place, Syracuse, NY 13210 TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your answer, or a notice of appearance on the attorneys for the Plaintiff within thirty (30) days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service. The United States of America, if designated as a defendant in this action, may appear within sixty (60) days of service hereof. In case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. NOTICE OF NATURE OF ACTION AND RELIEF SOUGHT THE OBJECT of the above captioned action is to foreclose a Mortgage to secure $59,000.00 and interest recorded in the ONONDAGA County Clerk’s Office on 4/25/2003 in Book 13322 of Mortgages, page 297 covering premises known as 105 Ashworth Place , Syracuse, NY 13210. The relief sought in the within action is a final judgment directing the sale of the premises described above to satisfy the debt secured by the Mortgage described above. Plaintiff designates ONONDAGA County as the place of trial. Venue is based upon the County in which the mortgaged premises is situated. NOTICE YOU ARE IN DANGER OF LOSING YOUR HOME IF YOU DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS SUMMONS AND COMPLAINT BY SERVING A COPY OF THE ANSWER ON THE ATTORNEY FOR THE MORTGAGE COMPANY WHO FILED THIS F O R E C L O S U R E PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU AND FILING THE ANSWER WITH THE COURT, A DEFAULT JUDGMENT MAY BE ENTERED AND YOU CAN LOSE YOUR HOME. SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY OR GO TO THE COURT WHERE YOUR CASE IS PENDING FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON HOW TO ANSWER THE SUMMONS AND PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY. SENDING A

PAYMENT TO YOUR MORTGAGE COMPANY WILL NOT STOP THIS FORECLOSURE ACTION. YOU MUST RESPOND BY SERVING A COPY OF THE ANSWER ON THE ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF (MORTGAGE COMPANY) AND FILING THE ANSWER WITH THE COURT. Dated: August 3, 2010 Shapiro, DiCaro & Barak, LLC Attorneys for Plaintiff 250 Mile Crossing Boulevard, Suite One, Rochester, NY 14624 (585) 247-9000 Our File No. 10002208 Premises known as 105 Ashworth Place , Syracuse, NY 13210. All that certain property situate, lying and being in the City of Syracuse, County of ONONDAGA, State of New York. Section 048 Block 07 Lot 22.0 EO-19 VILLAGE OF MARCELLUS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Village of Marcellus, New York will hold a public hearing at the Village Hall, 6 Slocombe Avenue, Marcellus, NY 13108 on May 3, 2011 at 7:00pm prevailing time, to consider a request by Priscilla Carmody of 67 North Street for a variance to reduce the side setback that would allow for construction of a porch. A copy of the request is on file at the Village Office. All interested parties will have the opportunity to be heard at the scheduled hearing. Sara Tallman, Chairperson Zoning Board of Appeals Village of Marcellus EO-16 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of formation of Seasons 52, LLC, limited liability company (LLC). Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 4/1/11. Office located in Onondaga County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 2476 West Genesee Turnpike, Camillus, NY 13031. Purpose: any lawful act or activity. EO-20 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF MARCELLUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there has been presented to the Town Board of the Town of Marcellus, New York, on April 11, 2011, proposed Local Law No. 12011, titled, “A Local Law Amending the Town of Marcellus Zoning Law as Adopted by Local Law 62009 of the Town of Marcellus.” Said Local Law, if enacted, will amend the Town of Marcellus Zoning Law, as adopted by Local Law 6-2009 of the Town of Marcellus, to reflect changes to permissible signage. The full text of said Local Law is on file at the Town Clerk’s

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