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During the Cicero Town Board meeting on Jan. 26, the Supervisor’s Committee for Fire and Emergency Services presented the board with its findings, and Supervisor Judy Boyke addressed Councilor Jim Corl’s decline of liaison positions. The Supervisor’s Committee for Fire and Emergency Services was established in January 2008 by Former Supervisor Chet Dudzinski to “ensure the residents of the town [were] receiving the best possible service.” During the two-year study, the committee looked at the organization, capabilities and services provided by the Cicero, South Bay, North
Syracuse, Bridgeport and Brewerton fire departments were providing the town of Cicero. The evening’s presentation was given by committee member Christopher Bitner. The committee included Chief Duane Otis and Firefighter Chip Piraino of the Brewerton Fire Department; Chief James Ostrowski and Past Chief Paul Smith from the Brigdeport Fire Department; Chief David Pangaro, Deputy Chief Jon Barrett and Past Chief Richard Carvel from the Cicero Fire Department; Chief Mark Hogan and Past Chief John Linnertz from the North Syracuse Fire Department; Chief Kevin Purdy and Assistant Chief John Pertgen from the South Bay Fire Depart-
ment; Christopher Bitner, executive director of NAVAC Ambulance; and town residents Charles Abbey, James Delladonna, William Purdy and Howie Habner. After tallying up the number of vehicles and personnel stationed at each of the departments the committee came up with these totals: 12 engines, three trucks, four heavy rescue vehicles, 10 light rescue vehicles, 10 boats, two rescue pumpers, 13 chiefs, 258 total personnel, 156 SCBA-qualified, 102 exterior support, nine divers and 92 EMS across nine stations within the five departments. The committee was also asked to look at possible costsaving methods in the future. While consolidation of de-
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Snow conditions were just right for the third annual Snowmobile Ride for Children with Special Needs in Clay on Saturday Jan. 29. The event, hosted by the Clay Recreation Department, attracted over 50 special needs children and their families to the “snowmobile track” behind Clay Town Hall. Participation was up from last year, where about 30 kids attended the event. “It’s an opportunity for these kids
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partments, personnel and equipment were discussed, the committee found that consolidating services would place a disadvantage on residents that lived far away from the main fire department, so additional stations would still be needed. The same problems arose when discussing shared equipment and personnel: if the resources needed are located in the opposite corner of town, response time would be poor, placing those residents at a disadvantage. Finally, future needs and concerns addressed by the committee included an increase in response time and recruitment of volunteers, mutual training across de-
In the biggest home game of the season for the CiceroNorth Syracuse boys basketball team, Zach Coleman made absolutely sure that undefeated West Genesee did not stay that way. Coleman tormented the Wildcats all through Friday night’s game, putting up 34 points, plus six rebounds and six blocks, in leading the Northstars to a 76-61 victory that put a halt to WG’s seasonopening 11-game win streak. “That was his best game,” said CNS head coach John Haas. “He’s been steady all season. But what he did tonight on a big stage was very impressive.” For his part, Coleman said that, once some early shots fell, he just kept going. “Early on I felt like I could get open,” he said. “I was feeling it a little bit, and I just wanted to put on a show for the crowd.” Indeed, the crowd nearly packed the bleachers at the CNS gymnasium, fans from both sides and loud, active student sections that traded playful banter all night in a game that, at the start of the season, did not appear to have that much appeal. But then WG, under firstyear head coach Fred Kent, had surprised everyone in Central New York with its 11-0 start, based mostly on the work of forward Eric Spencer, who was averaging 23.5 points per game. To deal with him, CNS put in a 3-2 zone defense, constantly making sure that one or two defenders covered him everywhere he went in
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Friends in Faith Christian Preschool will hold an information open house/registration from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday Feb. 5. The preschool is located at First Presbyterian Church, 603 Tulip St. in Liverpool For ages two through prekindergarten.
A senior luncheon will be held at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday Feb. 9 at the Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, 4947 Route 31 in Clay. Soup, sandwiches and dessert will be served. Call Bob Crabtree at 458 2396 with questions.
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Liverpool Public Library presents sports historian Mark Allen Baker, who will talk about his book Basketball History in Syracuse: Hoops Roots at 7 p.m. on Thursday Feb. 10. Baker traces the evolution of Syracuse’s basketball history fueling the fans’ extreme dedication and love of the game. Free and open to the public.
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The Northstars baseball coaching staff and varsity players will host a threeday winter baseball clinic for children in grades 1 through 5 and 6 through 9 at Gillette Road Middle School, 6150 South Bay Road in Cicero. Sign up by Feb. 18 to guarantee a spot. Cost $50 per participant.
Roast beef dinner
The Liverpool First United Methodist Church is hosting a roast beef dinner from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
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Snow tubing at Four Seasons Golf & Ski
Spend an evening of tubing from 4:30 to 9 p.m. Feb. 25 at a special discount of $12 at Four Seasons Golf & Ski in Fayetteville through the Cicero Youth Bureau, Parks & Recreation Office. Call 699-5233 for more information.
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The fitness class is held Tuesday mornings from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Clay His-
torical Park Welcome Center, 4939 Route 31. The class focuses on core and aerobic training for all fitness levels, and is free for adults over 50 that reside in Clay. Register by calling the Rec. Department at 653-3800 x139 of email recreation@ townofclay.org.
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The Liverpool High School pool and gym will be open from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday evenings from Feb. 13 to March 27. Register with Clay Recreation staff on site. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Call Rec. Department at 653-3800 x139 for more information.
Adult Basketball Program
The village of North Syracuse will be holding an over-30 basketball program at Main Street Elementary School. The program will be held on Monday and Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 9 p.m. through May 25. Games of 5on-5 will be arranged for participants. Players must live in the North Syracuse School District. Identification may be asked for at the door. Cost is $30 for the entire season or $3 per night. Call 458-8050 for more information.
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Community News Paranormal investigator surfaces in Liverpool
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email@example.com Unusual is the norm for Liverpool resident Mark Falso, founder and chief investigator of the new Upstate New York Truth Hunters organization. Created in November 2010, UPNYTH focuses on the investigation of paranormal, UFO and cryptozoological, or prehistoric animal, activities. Falso has been a professional paranormal investigator for about one year, though he has experienced paranormal and unusual occurrences
since childhood. He said his first experience with the paranormal was at age five, when he witnessed a small flaming creature on multiple occasions. In 1977 Falso helped in the investigation of a UFO sighting on Onondaga Hill, and in 2002, he witnessed a prehistoric bird fly past his windshield while driving down 481. Since then, Flaso has led approximately 20 investigations. Falso was quick to explain that paranormal investigation is different than ghost hunting in the fact that ghost hunting is simply done for fun. He conducts investigations with his wife, Tara, and sister, Cherie Falso. On only one in every four investigations does the crew experience any paranormal activity. Falso created UPNYTH to help families when they are concerned about their children having imaginary Please see Paranormal, page 12
Boards in brief: Village of North Syracuse During the North Syracuse Village Board meeting on Jan. 27, the board set a public hearing date for the local law regarding snowplowing and landscaping for Feb.10, a public hearing date for peddlers and solicitors licenses for Feb. 24, and a public hearing date for the 2011 Community Development program for Feb. 24. The board also approved Kiersten Beasley-Osborne as a new member of the Village Fire Department. The next board meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Feb. 10 at the North Syracuse Community Center, 700 South Bay Road.
Local National Guard members reenlist Major General Patrick A. Murphy, the Adjutant General recently announced the reenlistment of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their continuing commitment to serve community, state and nation as part of the Army National Guard: 3 Sergeant Stephanie Smart, of Clay,has reenlisted to continue service with the Company A, (Distro) 427th Brigade Support Battalion. 3 Sergeant Nathan Horner, of Clay,has reenlisted to continue service with the Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 27th Brigade Special Troops Battalion.
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It’s not just a Hallmark holiday As Valentine’s Day approaches, the Star-Review is looking to feature couples in the community who are willing to tell their very own tale. Every story is unique, special and always touches our hearts. Please tell yours! How did you meet? When did you know? How long have you been together? Are you dating, engaged or married? Do you have a first love with whom you’ve reunited? Or do you still yearn for the one who took your breath away? To experience love is to live life to its fullest, even when we feel its pain. Love involves flexibility, vulnerability, exploration and celebration. Honor your love this Valentine’s Day. Share your story. Recreate the magic. Please submit your story and photo by Friday Feb. 4 for consideration in the Feb. 9 issue of the Star-Review. You can mail your submission to 2501 James St. Suite 100, Syracuse, N.Y. 13206. Or you can e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you choose to e-mail, please attach a photo (color preferred) in jpg format. Questions? Call the editor, Caitlin Donnelly, at 434-8889 ext. 310.
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Will LCSD teachers fight the pay freeze? Liverpool Central School District taxpayers and Superintendent Richard Johns don’t always see eye-to-eye. There has been plenty of grumbling about Johns’ high-school “campus” initiative. And some students and parents remain livid about certain school closings. There’s one thing, however, that Johns and the residents pretty much agree upon—the need to tighten belts in order to balance the budget. On Friday Jan. 28, Johns asked all district employees to take a voluntary pay freeze in the 2011-2012 school year. Non-union school administrators have already agreed to the salary limitations. But will the teachers union go along or get tough? Raises led to layoffs In recent years, despite the district’s financial shortfalls, the United Liverpool Faculty Association has boldly refused to consider pay cuts. On Nov. 23, 2009
– despite the recession which gripped the state – ULFA bullied the school board into awarding teachers a 3.65 percent raise, 2.15 percent in 2009 and 2.2 percent last year, a total of about $4 million. Teachers who received the raises threw dozens of their colleagues under the school bus. In 2010, the district made 130 layoffs. “Last year we cut $11 million from our budget and we cut 130 positions,” Johns said Friday. In stark contrast, teachers in the West Genesee School District agreed to accept lessthan-average raises in March 2010 to save that district $600,000, prevent job cuts and avoid a double-digit tax increase for taxpayers. The average Liverpool teacher’s salary far exceeds $40,000, and that doesn’t count bountiful benefits such as mandated retirement and health-care coverage. Proposed budget due Feb. 28 Anticipating reduc-
tions in state funding in 2011 and 2012, the district made significant cuts last year. The budget for the 2010-2011 school year was $131,277,809. At the end of this month Johns will unveil his proposed 2010-11 budget. His own salary will be frozen at $180,000. Like the teachers, the district’s unionized operations and maintenance workers will soon decide whether or not to fight the pay freeze. Bridge bashed again! Another truck bashed into the railroad overpass on Onondaga Lake Parkway last Friday afternoon. At least nobody died this time. Last Sept. 11, four of 27 passengers riding in doubledecker Megabus were killed
Prospective land purchase, new possibilities In March 2008, after more than a year of deliberations and studies, a community and staff Demographic/Facilities Utilization Committee presented a long-range plan to the Board of Education that would meet future school district space needs and allow for a full-day kindergarten program. In its report, the committee made two recommendations: the location of the ninth grade at the Cicero-North Syracuse High School campus and implementation of a full-day kindergarten program. Key to the committee’s recommendation was the purchase of 4.9 acres on Route 31, adjacent to CiceroNorth Syracuse High School, at a cost of $465,000. The purchase of this property would free up space currently used for parking for a new building on the C-NS site to house the additional high school students. The newly acquired Route 31 property would be used for parking to
offset the parking spaces lost through construction of the new building. At the time of the December 2008 referendum, it was my understanding that the property purchase would be fully eligible for state aid, and the land purchase was publicized as such. However, the State Education Department has now stated that the land purchase will not be eligible for aid reimbursement until parking facilities are constructed on the property. With state aid, the annual cost to the school district over a thirty year period would be approximately $3,500. Without state aid, the annual cost to the school district would be approximately $29,000 over the same period of time. At the present time, due to wetland issues that had to be resolved, the school district has spent approximately $77,000 for land related costs. In addition, if the School Board decides not to complete
this transaction with the seller of the property, a $10,000 deposit will be lost, thus, bringing our total investment in the land to approximately $87,000. In 2013, with the C-NS turf field and track due for replacement after fifteen years of use, it is recommended that voters be asked to approve replacement of the turf field, paving of the track, minor work at the high school, and completion of the parking facility on the Route 31 property. As approved by the voters in 1998, a reserve fund established for replacement of the turf field and paving of the track has grown to over $300,000. If the reserve fund could be used for the parking lot, as well as the other projects, any local tax impact would be
when that vehicle collided with the bridge at 2:30 a.m. The Coach USA bus was on it way from Philadelphia to Toronto. What’s the deal, here? Are all these drivers illiterate? Can’t they read the warning signs along the road? Or don’t they know that those behemoths they’re driving are higher than 10-feet-9inches? The vehicle that crashed Friday was one of those big yellow Penske rental trucks, which was heading north into Liverpool along the parkway.. The rental truck driver was unaware of the height of the truck, according to a television news report. I wonder if the driver paid for the optional accident insurance when the truck was rented. Responding to last week’s accident scene from the Liverpool Police Department were Sgt Mike Manns and veteran part-time Officer John Prasky.
minimal. The negative economic impact of the last two years has placed on hold any consideration of moving the ninth grade to the high school, implementation of full-day kindergarten, and reconfiguration of the elementary and middle schools. However, I believe that the events of the last few years relative to No Child Left Behind and State Education Department requirements make it more imperative than ever that our ninth grade students eventually be located on the C-NS site. Likewise, as kindergarten reading and math curriculum becomes more demanding and time consuming, I strongly believe we are shortchanging our kindergarten students in comparison to other school districts by not providing allday kindergarten. This topic will be discussed at the next Board of Education meeting at the District Office at 7 p.m. on Feb. 7.
A call to reform on Medicaid, government pensions By Judy Tassone I agree with the County Executive regarding the elimination of state mandates. In January, I put forth a resolution requesting the State to reduce, and possibly eliminate, these mandates. If we could bring Medicaid funding and services back to the federal level, instead of the Cadillac version New York State has now, we could save millions of dollars. This would help alleviate
some of the need for county taxes. However, I believe we should take this a step further. It cannot stop at Medicaid reform. We need pension reform. Government workers, especially new hires, should be contributing to their own pensions in the form of a 401(k) similar to the private sector. New York State offers public employees a definedbenefit pension, meaning that retirees receive a specified amount of money upon
retirement, regardless of the state of the economy and fluctuations in the market. The time has come for public sector employees’ pensions to be defined-contribution plans, whereby the employee assumes the investment risk and is not guaranteed funds upon retirement. The fiscal restraints have become far too great and the needs of the public sector employees have to be balanced with the needs of the taxpayer. Looking to the
future, these changes to pensions and Medicaid should eliminate tax increases, and I deeply believe that these changes would begin the process of reducing all property taxes. Judy Tassone represents the 4th District, which includes the town of Salina, the village of Liverpool and a portion of the town of Clay. Judy can be reached by email at jtasson3@ verizon.net or at home, 4575458.
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Signs a town code violation
To the editor: At the January 26 Cicero Town Board meeting, a member of the Zoning Board of Appeals brought to the attention of the board that the large signs in support of the Cicero Police were in violation of the town codes and suggested that the signs be removed. Councilor Jim Corl asked the town attorney to find a way for the town board to grant a “waiver” and let the signs remain. If these signs are allowed to remain, might residents and businesses ask to put up large signs that state “We support our troops”? Who can dispute that the men and women of our armed services deserve such recognition? Once those signs are in place, we may have residents and businesses wishing to
erect large signs that state “Jesus Saves.” Many, many of our residents believe in that two-word statement and will fully support these signs. And the list goes on... Do we want our town to look like campaign season all year round? The current signs are in violation of town code. The town should insist that the signs be removed immediately. Then Councilor Corl and the town board can begin the procedure to change the law to let large signs be erected any time of the year. Deborah Gar dner Cicero
Critiques squelched by Post Standard
To the editor: I read Lee Bradshaw’s letter in the Jan. 20 Post Standard and I agree with him wholeheartedly, at least on one point. It appears that the Post Standard’s editors are indeed restricting the publication of former Cicero Supervisor Chet Dudzinski’s critiques of the
current town board. If this is not the case then it is very curious that the editors printed Mr. Bradshaw’s counter-rebuttal (published Jan. 20) to Mr. Dudzinski’s rebuttal (not published by the Post Standard) to Mr. Bradshaw’s original letter (published Dec. 23), which criticized Mr. Dudzinski’s outspokenness. The rest of Mr. Bradshaw’s letter, the one published Jan. 20, is absurd. Mr. Bradshaw sarcastically accuses Mr. Dudzinski of wrapping himself in the American flag and the First Amendment. What flag would Mr. Bradshaw have Mr. Dudzinski wrap himself in? Russia, China or Mr. Bradshaw’s banner of timidness and silence? There are many of us in Cicero who do not agree with Mr. Bradshaw and do not like what Supervisor Judy Boyke and her so-called “team of integrity” have done since taking office. Their attempted abolishment of the Cicero Police Department is only the latest
in a long list of fiascos. It is obvious that Mr. Bradshaw supports Supervisor Boyke and her chicanery. But there will be a town board election this November and I hope Mr. Bradshaw get a good set of ear plugs because as the election nears, the opposition will get louder. Paul Ciarpelli Cicero
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To the editor: The process of democracy is alive and well in the town of Cicero, as experienced by a group of residents on Beach Road. The process began in the middle of the summer, when there was a great deal of noise and abusive language being spewed throughout the early morning hours when people were attempting to sleep. For the fortunate individuals who had jobs and had to be up early to work, the disturbances were—needPlease see Letters, page 12
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attended a meeting of the village mayors to clarify the intent of the legislation and explain how the contract reflected the intent of the legislation. Again, to be clear, DPW operations were always intended to be eligible expenses under the grant program.
To the editor: Quite some time ago, I moved from senior housing in Liverpool to live with my daughter in Bridgeport. While packing sweaters, jackets, etc. a garment given to me by my husband before he died was mistakenly included in the donation to the Salvation Army Store. Since then, when they put the winter clothing out, I have looked in vain unable to locate my “snow blossom” snowmobile jacket. Naturally, being 84 years old, my snowmobiling days are over, but I would give the world if I could find the person that purchased the jacket. I would gladly pay for it and be ever-so-grateful just knowing it has been loved and taken care of. It was very colorful with flowers on a green background. My name may have been inside. If anybody reads this, please call me at 315633-9698. It would sure make an old lady’s last few years happy.
incorrectly reported twice in the Eagle Star-Review. In Dec. 29 and Jan. 25 articles written by Russ Tarby regarding the Village of Liverpool Budget, Mr. Tarby provided inaccurate information regarding the Village Infrastructure Program. First, sales tax sharing with village governments will be eliminated by 2013 under the new sales tax sharing agreement. Village governments, with the exception of Fabius, have traditionally taken sales tax cash into their operating budgets. As a response to the potential impact of the elimination of sales tax sharing on village budgets, the County Legislature created the Village Infrastructure Program. To be clear, the Village Infrastructure Program is not a distribution of sales tax, but a separate grant program. A committee appointed by the county executive approves the applications required under the Village Infrastructure grant program. County Executive Mahoney does not personally approve them. Finally, there were no “negotiations” relative to the Village Infrastructure Program. The use of funds under the grant program was set down in legislation approved by the County Legislature. The contract with the village reflected the intent of that legislation. I
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Schools LHS Senior of the Week
Fifth Annual North Syracuse Dollars for Scholars Bowl-a-thon
Submitted by Bob Crabtree
Dollars for Scholars president
By Caitlin Donnelly This week’s Liverpool High School Senior of the Week is Jeffrey Conese. In school, Conese is a member of the Key Club and the National Honor Society. After school, he volunteers for Maureen’s Hope Foundation. His greatest influence in life is Robert Shattell, because “he is an inspiration to all young kids,” said Conese. “He volunteers his time to help others and is just a great person.” Conese has received the Scholar Athlete Award, as well as the Academic Excellence Award.
In the future, he hopes to become a civil engineer. Right now, his favorite class in school is technology. In his free time, Conese enjoys stargazing, and is a member of the varsity ice hockey team.
CHM to Hold Fifth Annual Memorial Blood Drive Chestnut Hill Middle will hold its fifth annual Dan Cresci Memorial Blood Drive on Saturday Feb. 5 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the school’s cafeteria. The blood drive is in honor of the former CHM social studies teacher who passed away in December 2006 after a battle with leukemia. The CHM community is working with the American Red Cross, and participants must have an appointment to donate. The entire donation takes about one hour. For more information regarding the blood drive or to make an appointment, call CHM at 453-0245.
One hundred thirty students from the North Syracuse Central School District participated in a Bowl-a-thon at the Strike and Spare Bowling Lanes in Mattydale to raise funds for Dollars for Scholars scholarships. The students raised approximately $4,000. The funds raised will enable the North Syracuse Dollars for Scholars to give at least eight scholarships at their awards ceremony on June 7 at C-NS High School. A special thanks to the following groups who sponsored a lane or gave a door prize: Cicero Elementary PTG, C-NS Optimist Club, , Gillette Road Student Council, Karate Johns, Karl Saile Bear Road PTO,
Syracuse Crunch, Roxboro Road Middle School PTO, Environmental Products Services, North Syracuse Faculty Bowling League, KWS Bear Road Physical Education Department, Papa Sports, Solar Spa, C-NS Bookstore, Hospitality Restaurant Group and Sweetrees Maple Product . The North Syracuse Dollars for Scholars’ next fund raiser is the Phone-a-thon that will be on March 6 and 13. Last year the Phone-athon received donations of over $10,000 from the community. If interested in joining the organization to help students obtain scholarships please contact President Bob Crabtree at 458 2396 or send tax deductible donations to: North Syracuse DFS P.O. Box 5205 Syracuse, NY 13220
ABOVE: Members of the Math Honor Society, including (left to right) Sarah Liberati, Colin Crooks, Jamie Runge, Kevin Bane and Gianna Conte participated in the Bowl-a-thon. BELOW: The Bowl-a-thon raised approximately $4,000 for scholarships. Student participants included (left to right) Kavita Suryadevara , Serena Tep, Michelle Catalfamo, Alexis Donohue, Sarah Hendrick, Megan Morris and Jodi Otabara.
Liverpoool Optimists honor students of the month
LHS Athletic Hall of Fame seeks nominations Liverpool High School is currently seeking nominations for this year’s Athletic Hall of Fame induction, to take place June 7. To be eligible, a candidate must: have graduated from Liverpool High School; have participated in at least one varsity sport at LHS; submit, or have submitted on their behalf, a written resume of his/her athletic achievements at LHS; and be at least five years out of high school (before the class of 2008). Located in the gymnasium foyer at LHS, the hall of fame honors more than 140 individuals from the past 90 years for their athletic achievements and contributions to the athletic program. There are four different categories for nomination: “old timers” prior to 1966; “middle era” 1966 to 1990; “present era” 1990 to present; and “contributors” who have contributed to athletic programs of LHS, either in coaching or other service related to Liverpool athletics. Coaches must be retired to be eligible for nomination. Nominations will be taken until March 31. For a nomination form, visit the Liverpool Central School District Web site at liverpool.k12.ny.us/athletichof or call Liverpool High School at 453-1500.
Grade 7 Parent Night in NSCSD
North Syracuse Junior High School staff will present a short program and answer parent questions about how seventh grade students are scheduled into grade 8 courses for September. The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 2 in the Roxboro Road Middle School Library.
The Optimist Club of Liverpool recently honored two students and two educators at their January dinner meeting. LEFT: Terri-Lee Bixby is our student of the month for November 2010 and she selected Bridget Colabello, English teacher at Soule Road Middle School, as the educator that had a significant influence on her educational experience. RIGHT: Emily Flohr is our student of the month for December 2010 and she selected Kevin Haven, Social Studies teacher at Liverpool Middle School, as her educator. Both sets of students and educators were photographed with Liverpool High School Annex Principal Judy Campolieta.
Achievements Woodhouse graduated from Potsdam
Matthew Woodhouse, of Clay, was one of 200 students to graduate from SUNY Potsdam in December 2010. He earned a degree in politics.
Locals named to Potsdam president’s list
Local residents were recently named to the SUNY Potsdam president’s list for the fall 2010 semester. They earned a minimum GPA of 3.5.The students included: 3 Kaitlyn Paton, of Clay, an art studio major. 3 Nina Merulla, of Liverpool, a performance music major. 3 Kaci Milligan, of Liverpool, an environmental studies major. 3 Anna Panzetta, of Liverpool, a business administration major. 3 Jaimee Pultorak, of Liverpool, a business administration major. 3 Kaci Williams, of Liverpool, a community health major.
Tierney named to Potsdam dean’s list
Sara Tierney, of Clay, was named to the SUNY Potsdam dean’s list for the fall 2010 semester. She is an art studio major.
Local residents named to St. John Fisher dean’s list
The following residents have been named to the dean’s list at St. John Fisher College for the fall 2010 semester: 3 Colleen Fadden, of Liverpool. She is a junior childhood and special education major, and the daughter of Bill and Peggy Fadden. 3 Amy Fadden , of Liverpool. She is a P2 pharmacy doctoral student in the Wegman’s School of Pharmacy, and the daughter of Bill and Peggy Fadden. 3 Kristen Zylka, of Clay. She is a sophomore education major and the daughter of Marty and Maureen Zylka.
Local Residents on SUNY Oswego Honor Rolls
Several area residents have been named to the presi-
dent’s and dean’s lists for the fall 2010 semester at SUNY Oswego. They are: 3 Eric D. Mourhess, of Taormina Dr. in Clay, a senior broadcasting and mass communications major, made the dean’s list. 3 Sarah M. Argus, of Evesborough Dr. in Clay, a senior art major, made the dean’s list. 3 Karina M. Lenartowicz, of Cremona Trail in Clay, a junior art major, made the dean’s list. 3 Nicholas T. Coughlin, of Old Barn Road in Clay, a senior graphic design major, made the dean’s list. 3 Katie L. Freeman, of Taormina Dr. in Clay, a junior elementary education major, made the dean’s list. 3 Kimberly A. Weaver, of Verplank Road in Clay, a senior psychology major, made the president’s list. 3 Nick W. Graziano, of Lyle Dr. in Clay, a sophomore journalism major, made the president’s list. 3 Brett E. Poirier, of Firenze
Lane in Clay, a sophomore zoology major, made the president’s list. 3 Rebecca R. Ziemba, of Amalfi Dr. in Clay, a sophomore psychology major, made the dean’s list. 3 Brittany M. Caprilozzi, of Fortuna Pkwy. in Clay, a senior public relations major, made the dean’s list. 3 Nathan M. Horner, of Topsfield Lane in Clay, a senior public justice major, made the president’s list. 3 Evan N. Merulla, of Potenza Dr. in Clay, a freshman undeclared major, made the dean’s list. 3 Christopher Daniel, of Trevi Lane in Clay, a senior accounting major, made the president’s list. 3 Nicholas A. Napoli, of Bamm Hollow Road in Clay, a junior business administration major, made the dean’s list. 3 Corey P. O’Neill, of Quarry Point Circle in Clay, a junior software engineering major,
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Star-Review, Feb. 2, 2011
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By Phil Blackwell Continuing to pursue West Genesee atop the Division I standings, the CiceroNorth Syracuse ice hockey team had to work extra hard for back-to-back wins in the last full week of January. The Norhtstars first went south last Tuesday night and gained a 3-2 overtime victory over Cortland-Homer at McDonald Sports Complex. The Northstars trailed, 1-0, after one period, but got on the board in the second period as Brian Hamilton notched both goals. Still, it was tied, 2-2, through a scoreless first period, Zach Hall earning 23 saves to keep it even. It ended when, in the OT period, Jake Farabee, who had assisted one of Hamilton’s goals, popped open and beat Cortland-Homer goalie Cory Broyles for the game-winner. Eric Hamilton finished with two assists. CNS then met Fayetteville-Manlius Friday night on the Twin Rinks ice the two programs share. Again it went to overtime – and again the Northstars won by a 3-2 margin. And the similarities didn’t end there. CNS was down 2-1 after one period thanks
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to goals by F-M teammates Taylor Bellina and Sean Wildhack. But with Eric Hamilton’s presence, the Northstars tied it, 2-2, in the second period, then won once more when the game went to OT. Eric Hamilton scored twice and assisted on Brian Hamilton’s tally. Farabee, Ben Cummings and Nick Hall got credit for assists, too, as Zach Hall recorded 13 saves. Liverpool’s season-long struggles only grew in last Tuesday night’s trip to Baldwinsville, which resulted in an 8-2 loss to the Bees. The Warriors did not get on the board until the third period, when it was 6-0. Luke Horton and Kody Gaulke got those goals, with Luke Norton, Kyle Broughton and Ryan Gallardo earning assists. Dan Wu and Joe Ciciarelli combined to make 61 saves, but B’ville still had too much as eight different players got the eight goals and Parker Ferrigan had three assists. With 17 points and an 81-1 league mark (11-4-1 overall), CNS trailed West Genesee by two points as it went into Monday’s game against Corcoran at Meachem Rink. The Northstars also visit Watertown IHC on Thursday.
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Both of Cicero-North Syracuse’s bowling teams would take charge in last Tuesday’s dual match against Liverpool, winning 3-0 in the boys and girls sides. Jayson Atkins led the boys Northstars, his 278 high game part of a 704 series. Erik Liepke also stood out with a 670 series and top game of 266. Jake Sabine, with a 567 series, and Zach Szumloz, with a three-game total of 562, offered the support as Alex DiGenaro offered Liverpool a 700 series of his own. Meanwhile, the girls match saw CNS’s Catie Sweeney step up, her 578 series featuring a 213 high game. Becca Olivadoti added a 505 set. Liverpool’s Mary Townley led her side with a 511 set. And it all turned around
on Thursday, first with CNS losing on both sides to Baldwinsville, then with Liverpool sweeping Henninger. The girls Northstars lost 2-1, even though Briana Valentine, with a 598 series, edged out the Bees’ Taeler Kuss (597) for top individual series. Tori Loysen added a 539 series. In the boys 3-0 defeat, Jake Patterson still had a 667 series (255 high game) and Szumloz had a 240 game on his way to a 664 set. Townley gave Liverpool’s girls side all the cushion it needed over Henninger, the 2-1 win featuring her getting a 731 series that included a 258 high game. That beat all of the boys totals, though the Warriors won 3-0 as Rich Boullosa earned a 657 series and DiGenaro added a 640 set. Both had 233 high games as Taylor Perkins notched a 244 high game.
CNS girls hammer Central Square, West Genesee By Phil Blackwell All the long road trips and tough national opponents are in the rear-view mirror of the Cicero-North Syracuse girls basketball team. Ahead lies a quest for a third straight Section III Class AA title – and perhaps much more. First, though, came the regular-season part, and the Northstars toyed with two
opponents in the last full week of January. When the Northstars made up its snowed-out Jan. 21 game against Central Square, it didn’t require much sweat as CNS tore past the Red Hawks 66-22. With the starters in throughout the first half, CNS
Liverpool swimmers hold off Auburn, Oswego By Phil Blackwell
Moving to 7-1 on the season, the Liverpool boys swim team earned a pair of high-quality wins in its busiest stretch of the season. First, the Warriors took on Auburn last Wednesday night and mostly relied on its depth to piece together a 101-80 victory over the Maroons. Cory Spado won three times early in the meet. First, he teamed with Jake Burns, Alex Perfitt and Phil MacLeod as the Warriors won the 200 medley relay in a time of 1:45.21. Then, on his own, Spado worked his way to first place in the 200 individual medley (2:10.07) and, in the 100 butterfly, tore to victory in 54.56 seconds. Dan Roche was superb on the diving board, accumulating 239.10 points. Other titles went to Nick Hens, who won the 100 backstroke (1:06.01), and Garrett Clarke, who earned the top spot in the 100 breaststroke in 1:10.24. Liverpool earned a wide range of second and thirdplace finishes to amass points against Auburn’s top individual efforts as well as wins in the other two relays. The
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Maroons’ Adam Zelehowsky and Connor Kilmer both won twice – Zelehowsky in the 200 freestyle (1:50.08) and 500 freestyle (5:07.40), Kilmer in the 50 freestyle (23.36 seconds) and 100 freestyle (50.99 seconds). In a similar battle Friday, the Warriors took on Oswego, as once more it proved close – and once more Liverpool prevailed, toppling the Buccaneers 97-87. Every point was important, such as in the 100 butterfly, where Spado engaged Oswego’s Sean Stegmother and pulled out a tight victory, 55.47 seconds to Stegmother’s 55.53. Burns was first in the 100 breaststroke (1:08.03), while Brandon Frush tore through the 100 backstroke in 58.01 seconds and Dan Hens took the 500 freestyle in 5:32.49. Hens, Burns, Frush and Perfitt prevailed in the 200 medley relay in 1:49.69 as Ethan Stallcup, with 180.0 points, prevailed in diving. Oswego star Drake Becksted tore through the 100 freestyle in 49.73 seconds and also took the 200 IM in 2:02.98. Earlier in the week, Cicero-
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Obituaries Shirley Rossetti, 78
Joseph J. Smith, 79
Shirley Irene Rosof North Carolina, setti, 78, formerly grandchildren, Miof North Syracuse chael, Kyle, Kiersten, passed away Friday Kory, Ricky and Erin Jan. 14, 2011, with Rose, great-grandher loving family by children, Kaylee her side. She was Irene and Summer. born in Virgil, NY. Also surviving are Shirley retired in several loving nieces 1995 as a manager Shirley Rossetti and nephews. for K-Mart where she Calling hours: 4-7 was employed for 26 years. p.m. Monday Jan. 17 at the Shirley was predeceased Maurer Funeral Home, 300 by her husband Orlando L. Second St., Liverpool. Funeral Rossetti in 1989 and her son services: 9 a.m. Tuesday Jan. Michael J. Rossetti in 1995. 18 at the funeral home and Surviving are her children, 10:00 a.m. in St. Rose of Lima Larry Rossetti of Auburn, Church, North Syracuse. Donna Polano of Liverpool, Burial will be in Pine Plains Patricia Barnello of Bridge- Cemetery, Clay. port, sister, Beverly Lobdell
Joseph J. Smith, ing wife of 55 years, 79, of Liverpool, Ann (Miller) Smith passed away on Friof Liverpool; his day Jan. 21, 2011, children, Stephen at Crouse Hospital (Berta) Smith of after a brief illness. Liverpool; JoAnn Joe was born in (Mike) Lydon of Fulton and was a Liverpool; Laura graduate of Fulton Goritski of Oneida; High School. He brothers, Donald Joseph J. Smith was a U.S. Navy and Stan Smith, veteran of Korea serving both of Fulton; John Smith on the USS Maddox. Joe of North Syracuse; ten retired from Niagara Mo- grandchildren, seven greathawk after 37 years, where grandchildren, and many he was a draftsman. He nieces and nephews. also was the treasurer of Funeral services: 8:45 the Pension Club for many a.m. Tuesday Jan. 25 from years. Joe enjoyed playing the Maurer Funeral Home in his band, The Don Queto and at 9:30 a.m. in ImmacuTrio for over 17 years. He late Heart of Mary Church coached Liverpool Little with a mass of Christian League, was a member of burial. Burial will be in Our the Salina Town Hall Senior Lady of Peace Cemetery, Citizens and especially en- Clay. Calling hours: 4 to 7 joyed flying his kites with p.m. Monday Jan. 24 at the his grandchildren. funeral home, 300 Second Joe is survived by his lov- St., Liverpool.
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Mary Bastone, 86 Retired from Carrier
Mary “Tina” Paare Rosemary (Sal) gano Bastone, 86, Mariano of Syracuse, was peacefully ushGloria Christian of ered into the presMassachusetts, John ence of her Lord (Shirley) Ippolito of at Loretto Nursing Baldwinsville and Home on Monday Anthony (Tricia) IpJan. 24, 2011. She polito of Liverpool. was born and raised A celebration serin Solvay and was the Mary Bastone vice: 10 a.m. Friday last of her siblings to Jan. 27 at Fergerson meet around the table with Funeral Home with the Rev. the heavenly angels. Mary Mark Fedele officiating. Priand her husband, Joseph, vate entombment will be in were married 20 happy years Garden of Peace Mausoleum and lived in Brewerton. He of Woodlawn Cemetery, predeceased her on July 25, Syracuse. Calling hours: from 1994. 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday Jan. 26 at Mary retired from Carrier the funeral home, 215 S. Main in 1984, where she loved her St., North Syracuse. job in the accounting departMary’s family is grateful ment. In 1985, she and Joe be- and appreciative of the care, came active volunteers in the love and respect shown to Rescue Mission mail room their aunt by the third floor and election poll watchers at staff of the Cunningham at the Brewerton Fire Depart- Loretto Nursing Home. Doment. She loved to sing and nations may be made, in lieu play the piano, especially of flowers, to the Therapeutic hymns and oldies. Recreation Fund of CunSurviving is a sister-in-law, ningham at Loretto, 700 East Jean Pagano of Florida, who Brighton Avenue, Syracuse, was also her best friend. Other NY 13205. survivors include many niecMemorial messages may es and nephews who loved be left at fergersonfuneralher dearly. Among them home.com.
Andrew Sinco, 81 Former fire marshal
A native of NanLegion Post #1832 ticoke, PA, and and of the Salina resident of MattyCivic Seniors. dale for the past 50 He was preyears, Andy Sinco, deceased by his 81, passed away parents, Lladimore Wednesday Jan. 26, and Fanny Sinco, 2011, with the love and his brothers: of his family surMi cha el, Joh n , rounding him. He Andrew Sinco Harry, Nicholas, served in the U.S. Russel, and Alex. Air Force and retired from He is survived by his the New York Air National devoted wife of 57 years, Guard 174th Fighter Wing Betty; a son and daughterat Hancock Field. Andy in-law: Andrew and Kim of worked at General Electric Mattydale; and the love of and then retired from New his life, his granddaughter, Process Gear in 1989 where Kailene. Also, surviving he had worked as a devoted are his three sisters: Mary fire marshal. He was a Dolin of Fairfield, CT, Ann member of the Mattydale Kozlowski of North SyraVolunteer Fire Depart- cuse, and Helen Czyzyk of ment where he achieved NJ; and many nieces and his lifelong goal of being a nephews. fire chief from 1974-1975. Calling hours: 1 to 4 Andy was also a member p.m. Sunday Jan. 30 at of the Mattydale American Krueger Funeral Home, 2619 Brewerton Road, Mattydale. Prayer service: 9:30 a.m. Monday Jan. 31 will begin at the funeral home on followed by a 10 a.m. mass of Christian burial at St. Margaret’s Church. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the exercises to relieve pain and prevent further injury. Mattydale Volunteer Fire Painful hands can arise from a variety of causes Dept., 173 East Molloy Rd., ranging from accidental trauma to nerve conditions. or St. Margaret’s Church, An out-patient facility that provides hand therapy, physical therapy, industrial rehabilitation services 203 Roxboro Rd., both in and athletic injury rehabilitation, we are located Mattydale, NY 13211. For at 207 Pine Street in Syracuse. Our certified hand more information, photos therapists provide the specialized care associated or to sign the guest book, with hand disorders. This includes post operative please visit kruegerfh.com. care and customized splint design fabrication. To schedule a consultation, please call 315-4763176. All of our physical therapists, certified hand therapists and physical therapist assistants are licensed and registered in New York State. P.S. If the hand’s range of motion is impaired, a person may experience difficulty performing everyday tasks such as opening a jar.
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Bertha Davies, 96
Longtime member of the Syracuse Women’s Bowling Association Bertha Dean Dagreat-grandson, Pevies, 96, of Syracuse, ter LaDuke in 2008 died on Wednesand her grandsonday Jan. 26, 2011, at in-law, James Allen Loretto. She retired in 2007. in 1984 from the Surviving are her Onondaga County sister, Shirley Frazier Department of Soof Baldwinsville; her cial Services. grandchildren, DonMrs. Davies was Bertha Davies ald J. (Stephanie) a member and past Dunham of Cicero Royal Matron of the Order and Deborah J. “Deby” Allen of the Amaranth, Syracuse of Oneida; great grandchilCourt 35 and a member of dren, Katie Dunham, MD, Bethlehem Shrine No. 2 NY David Dunham, Adam (GinOrder of the White Shrine of ny) LaDuke and J.R. Allen; Jerusalem. a great great granddaughter, Longtime member of the Bailey Joy LaDuke and sevSyracuse Women’s Bowling eral nieces and nephews. Association, she was a 35 year Services: 10 a.m. Monday delegate to State and National Jan. 31 at Fergerson Funeral Bowling Congresses. In 1987 Home with entombment folshe was inducted into the lowing in Woodlawn CemBowling Hall of Fame “for etery. Calling hours: 2 to 5 her years of loyalty, dedication p.m. Sunday Jan. 30 from at and support of the SWBA”. the funeral home, 215 South Mrs. Davies is predeceased Main Street, North Syracuse. by her husband, John T. DaDonations may be made vies on May 22, 1985; by her to the SPCA, 5878 East Moldaughter, Beverly J. Dunham loy Road, Mattydale, NY in 2001; her son-in-law, Don- 13211. ald A. Dunham in 2007; her
William S. Moreth, 55 Native of Mattydale
William “Bill” S. ers: Edward of MT, Moreth, 55, longtime and James of Mattyresident of Pennelldale; his two sisters: ville, died WednesSandra Schober of day Jan. 26, 2011, KS, and Susan M. after a brief illness at Schad of Manlius; University Hospital. seven grandchildren: Bill was a native of Christopher, ZackMattydale and was ary, Brianna, Shania, the son of the late William Moreth Hayley, Aadyn, and Robert G. and Doris Allisa; and his faithM. (Demo) Moreth. ful companion, Nugget. Bill attended North SyraCalling hours: 4 to 7 p.m. cuse Central Schools and Friday Jan. 28 at Krueger Fuworked as a pile man for neral Home, 2619 Brewerton the past 35 years at PCI Inc., Road, Mattydale, with a 7 Dewitt. He enjoyed camp- p.m. funeral service following, fishing, and was a big ing. Contributions may be NASCAR fan. made to the American Cancer Surviving are his three Society, 6725 Lyons St., Box 7, daughters: Jennifer of Pen- East Syracuse NY 13057. For nellville, Shannon of Syracuse, more information, photos or Stacey Moreth of Brewerton, to sign the guest book, please and their mother: Tina Mor- visit kruegerfh.com. eth of Hastings; two broth-
Gerald M. Cardinale, 52 Worked as a disc jockey Gerald M. Cardinale, 52, of Liverpool, passed away Thursday January 20, 2011, at St. Joseph’s Hospital. He was born and worked as a disc jockey in Geneva. He was predeceased by his daughter, Jessica Cardinale Soggs in 2010.Surviving is his mother, Phyllis Cardinale
of Geneva; a stepson James Uerkvitz; brothers, Charlie & Bob Dana of Oakfield and four grandchildren, Chloe, Hunter, Jesse and Cameron. Calling hours will be held Thursday, January 27, 2011 from 11-1 pm at the Maurer Funeral Home, 300 Second Street, Liverpool.
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Cicero Baptist Church Meets in Driverâ€™s Village next to Century 21/Office Max 699-1597 Cicero Center United Methodist Church Corner of Route 31 and Cicero Center Road 633-9745 Cicero Community Church Corner routes 31 and 298 Bridgeport 633-9702 Cicero United Methodist Church 8416 Brewerton Rd., Cicero 699-2731 Clay Presbyterian Church 8181 Stearns Road, Clay 699-5024 Community Church of the Nazarene Josephine and Chestnut streets, North Syracuse 458-4883 Cornerstone United Methodist Church The White Church, Route 370 635-5447 Cross of Christ Lutheran Church Route 57 and Soule Road, Clay 622-2843
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Verna Mae L. caid of Chesapeake, “G.G.” Gordon, 86, VA, Wayne (Gina) of Minoa, died Satof Albany, Brian urday Jan. 22, 2011, of Kirkville, Bevat her home. A naerly (Lyn) Todd of tive of Malone, VerMinoa, and Marie na Mae resided in Whitmarsh of YorMattydale for more ktown, VA; a sister: than 30 years before Blanche Webster of moving to Minoa Sarasota, FL; her ten Verna Gordon in 1991 and was grandchildren; sevthe daughter of the late Wil- eral great grandchildren; and liam J. and Louise (Recine) her nieces and nephews. Bombard. Calling hours: from 4-7 Verna Mae was an avid p.m. Thursday Jan. 27 at bowling enthusiast and was a Krueger Funeral Home, member of several leagues at 2619 Brewerton Road, MatStrike-N-Spare Lanes in Mat- tydale. A mass of Christian tydale. She was a communi- burial: 11 a.m. Friday Jan. cant of St. Mary’s Church in 28 at St. Mary’s Church in Minoa and a member of their Minoa. Burial will be in prayer group. Assumption Cemetery, SyraVerna Mae was prede- cuse. Contributions in Verna ceased by her husband, Ver- Mae’s memory may be made non J. Gordon, and due to to St. Mary’s Church, 401 a tragic drowning accident, North Main Street, Minoa her daughter, Teresa, both NY 13116. For more inforin 1965. mation, photos or to sign Surviving are her five the guest book, please visit children: Diana (Scott) Kin- kruegerfh.com.
Ernest F. Benkoski, 88
Enjoyed building race cars, drag racing Ernest F. BenSchools in North koski, 88, USAF reSyracuse, which he tiree and one of the found rewarding. “greatest generaHe enjoyed buildtion.” departed this ing race cars with life on Jan. 20, 2011. his son, Rick, and Ernest, known as drag racing in Cape Ben, was a native Cod. of Westford, MA, Ben was predewho resided on Ernest Benkoski ceased by his wife, Greenbriar Road the former Florin North Syracuse for many ence “Flo” Succo, in 2005. years. After graduating Surviving are their four from Westford Academy children: Elaine of Boston, in 1938, he joined the Civil MA, Richard of FL, David Conservation Corps and (Mary Ann) and Gerard worked in Montana For- (Lori), all of Clay; his four ester Service. grandchildren: Adam, KimBen served as a career berly, Brian and Craig; and military officer from WWII a great grandson, Austin. through the 1960’s. Ben Calling hours: 10-11 saw action in the European a.m. Monday Jan. 24 at Theatre in WWII as a P-38 Krueger Funeral Home, pilot. He was shot down on 2619 Brewerton Road, MatFeb. 19, 1945 and held as a tydale, with an 11 a.m. POW in Zagreb, Yugosla- funeral service following. via. Ben’s military postings Burial will be in Veteran’s took him to the Canal Zone, Memorial Cemetery. ConPanama; Tripoli, Libya; tributions may be made to Okinawa, Japan; and lastly any Veterans Service Orgato Syracuse’s Hancock Field. nization of your choice. For Ben went on to become the more information, photos custodian for the Bessie B. or to sign the guest book, Riordan and Main Street please visit kruegerfh.com.
Robert D. Thatcher, Sr., 86
Navy veteran of WWII; avid tennis player, artist, fisherman Robert D. Thatcher West of Thatcher, Sr., 86, of Cato and Linda Liverpool, passed (Greg) Thatcher away Saturday Jan. Perry of Baldwins22, 2011. He was ville; six grandchilborn in Sioux City, dren; seven greatIowa and was a grandchildren and Navy Veteran of several nieces and WWII. He retired nephews. from Prestolite in Robert Thatcher Memorial serEastwood and envice: 10 a.m. Satjoyed his camp on Hyde urday Feb. 5 at the Maurer Lake. He was an avid Funeral Home, 300 Second bowler, tennis player, artist St. Liverpool. Contribuand fisherman. He is prede- tions may be made to the ceased by his son, Robert D. Samaritan Center Soup Thatcher, Jr. Kitchen, 310 Montgomery Robert is survived by St., Syracuse, NY 13202 or his wife of 62 years, Alice the American Cancer So“LaVerle” Donah Thatcher; ciety, 6725 Lyons St., East two daughters, Sue (Roger) Syracuse, NY 13057.
Earl P. Hawn, 79
Received Purple Heart in the Korean War Earl P. Hawn, children: Earl Jr. of 79, of Mattydale, Marquette, MI, and passed away Friday Debbie Shriver of Jan. 28, 2011, at his Smithfield, VA; a home, surroundsister Trudy Vaned by his family. gel of Syracuse; his As a young man, five grandchildren: Earl was in the U.S. Matthew Hawn of Marine Corps and Edmunton, Canaserved his country Earl P. Hawn da, Kyle Hawn of in Korea where he Marquette, MI, Jesreceived a Purple Heart sica Nelson of St. Paul, MN, and ribbon having been Chris Shriver of New York, wounded twice. After NY and Danny Shriver of returning home from the Richmond, VA; two great war, Earl became a Marine grandchildren Cole Hawn Recruiter stationed in the and Amelia Nelson. Also Chimes Building. Follow- surviving is his extended Peing his military service, Earl rolla family of: Tony, George was a Corrections Officer and Viv, Chuck, Robert and for 29 years at Jamesville Jan & Dave Reichard. Penitentiary where he reCalling hours: 4 to 7 tired. During his time at p.m. on Monday Jan. 31 the Penitentiary, Earl also at Krueger Funeral Home, worked with Fleetwood 2619 Brewerton Road, MatDrywall for many years. He tydale. Prayer service: 9:30 was an avid fisherman of a.m. Tuesday Feb. 1 at the Oneida Lake walleyes and funeral home followed by loved being at his camp on a 10 a.m. Mass of Christian the north shore of the lake Burial at St. Margaret’s where he fished and spent Church, Mattydale. Entime with his family and tombment will be in Woodneighbors. Earl was very lawn Cemetery. Contribugenerous to family, friends tions in Earl’s memory may and others and was well be made to St. Margaret’s known for his story telling Church, 203 Roxboro Rd., over a cup of coffee. Mattydale NY 13211. For Earl is survived by his more information, photos wife of 60 years, childhood or to sign the guest book, friend and sweetheart, the please visit kruegerfh.com. former Helen (Perolla); two
Robert D. Elder, 89
Retired from General Electric Robert D. Elder, He is survived age 89, of Liverpool, by his loving wife passed away on Friof 66 years, Fanday Jan. 21, 2011, nie Elder, of Liverat Crouse Hospipool; his daughters, tal. Robert was Mary Cavallaro of born in Cleveland, Liverpool; Helen OH, and served 22 ( Je f f ) L am is on years in the U.S. Air of Goshen, NY; Force retiring as a grandchildren, MiRobert D. Elder chief warrant offichael, Amy, Kyra; cer. Upon retiring from the great-granddaughter, Lilmilitary, he was employed lian; and several nieces and at General Electric in the nephews. Calling hours: 10 heavy military division am. to noon on Wednesand retired after 20 years day Jan. 26 at the Maurer of service. Robert was a Funeral Home, 300 Second member of Liverpool First St., Liverpool with a funeral Presbyterian Church, and service to follow at noon. for many years was a ham Burial will be in the Onradio operator and member ondaga County Veterans of the Wireless Pioneers. Memorial Cemetery.
Anthony F. Lee, 50
Talented artist, Life Scout Anthony F. Lee, Anthony is sur50, of Liverpool vived by his mother, passed away TuesMarion L. Lee, a day Jan. 25, 2011, at brother, Joseph H. his home. He was Lee, Jr. and a nephborn in Newark, ew, Joseph H. Lee NJ, where he was III, all of Liverpool. a Fourth Degree A calling hour: 9 member of The to 10 a.m. Saturday Knights of Colum- Anthony F. Lee Jan. 29 at the Maubus. He was a marer Funeral Home, chine operator with Syroco, 300 Second St., Liverpool Inc. and a Life Scout of the with a service to follow at Boys Scouts of America. 10 a.m. Contributions may Anthony was also a very be made to the American talented artist. He is prede- Heart Association, 5575 ceased by his father, Joseph Thompson Road, DeWitt, H. Lee, Sr. NY 13214.
Beverly A. Massimiani, 64 Mother, grandmother
Beverly A. Massimiani, 64, died Sunday Jan. 23, 2011. Surviving are her three children: Anthony (Danyelle) Delpriore, John (Karen) Delpriore, Tracy Massimiani and their father: Luke Louis; two siblings: Sheila and Gary; and 10 grandchildren. Friends may call Friday from 4-7 pm at Krueger Funeral Home, Mattydale. Burial will be Monday in Carbondale, PA. For more information, photos or to sign the guest book, please visit kruegerfh.com.
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3 Andrew P. Buchmann, of Kumquat Lane in Liverpool, a junior philosophy-psychology major, made the dean’s list. 3 Barbara E. Burgmeier, of Silver Spruce Circle in Liverpool, a senior public relations major, made the president’s list. 3 Jenna A. Calcagnino, of Riverdale Road in Liverpool, a senior public justice major, made the dean’s list. 3 Jessica L. Folk, of Winterpark Dr. in Liverpool, a junior creative writing major, made the dean’s list. 3 Nicholas J. Gallipeau, of Royal Road in Liverpool, a sophomore accounting major, made the dean’s list. 3 Katelyn A. Harroun, of Gale Ave. in Liverpool, a senior public relations major, made the dean’s list. 3 Kelsey M. Harvey, of Torrey Lane in Liverpool, a sophomore wellness management major, made the dean’s list. 3 Angela L. Matarazzo, of Cotswold Ct. in Liverpool, a sophomore anthropology major, made the dean’s list. 3 Corinne A. Rondeau, of Liffey Lane in Liverpool, a senior secondary education major, made the dean’s list. 3 Leigh A. Rusyn, of Dorando Way in Liverpool, a junior creative writing major, made the dean’s list. 3 David J. Ryan, of Green River Way in Liverpool, a junior secondary education major, made the dean’s list. 3 Joseph S. Branigan, of Long Branch Road in Liverpool, a senior English major, made the dean’s list. 3 Elliott A. Bishop, of Liffey Lane in Liverpool, a senior philosophy major, made the president’s list. 3 Kevin M. Jackson, of State Route 31 in Liverpool, a senior accounting major, made the president’s list. 3 James M. Dieckhoff, of Norstar Blvd. in Liverpool, a senior geology major, made the dean’s list. 3 Paili L. Romeu, of Diamond Road in Liverpool, a freshman public relations major, made the president’s list. 3 Nicole M. Liadka, of Elmcrest Circle in Liverpool, a freshman undeclared major, made the dean’s list. 3 Laura Otis, of State Route 31 in Liverpool, a senior business administration major, made the president’s list. 3 Colin J. Mahar, of Trellis Brook Lane in Liverpool, a junior public justice major, made the dean’s list. 3 Kali M. Scanlon, of Balboa Dr. in Liverpool, a freshman wellness management major, made the dean’s list. 3 Zachary S. Peelman, of Indian Orchard Lane in Liverpool, a senior secondary education major, made the dean’s list. 3 Colleen Clancy, of Maryland Lane in Liverpool, a junior business administration major, made the dean’s list. Mohamed Elsafty, of Lobos Lane in Liverpool, a senior English major, made the list.
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nior business administration major, made the dean’s list. 3 Brittany K. Dejohn, of Thyme Circle in Liverpool, a senior secondary education major, made the president’s list. 3 Amie A. Howard, of Portobello Way in Liverpool, a junior theatre major, made the dean’s list. 3 Marren L. Hunter, of Kings Park Dr. in Liverpool, a senior accounting major, made the dean’s list. 3 Daniel B. Phoenix, of Black Brant Dr. in Liverpool, a senior meteorology major, made the president’s list. 3 Jason Macleod, of Black Brant Dr. in Liverpool, a junior technology management major, made the dean’s list. 3 Danielle Palucci, of Marsh Pointe in Liverpool, a senior human resource management major, made the dean’s list. 3 Matthew T. Slocum, of Pawnee Dr. in Liverpool, a junior psychology major, made the president’s list. 3 Ngockim Nguyen, of Norstar Blvd. in Liverpool, a senior accounting major, made the dean’s list. 3 Adam J. Unangst, of Aurora Path in Liverpool, a senior accounting major, made the dean’s list. 3 Andrew W. Fisher, of Sandpiper Lane in Liverpool, a senior economics major, made the dean’s list. 3 Jeffrey R. Newell, of Mango Lane in Liverpool, a senior broadcasting and mass communications major, made the president’s list. 3 Richard K. Duncan Jr., of Princess Path in Liverpool, a senior journalism major, made the president’s list. 3 Kaitlyn E. Dodge, of Redhead Terr. in Liverpool, a freshman biology major, made the dean’s list. 3 Janelle Losurdo, of Old Liverpool Road in Liverpool, a junior secondary education major, made the president’s list. 3 Marc J. Copani, of Iron Oak Circle in Liverpool, a senior secondary education major, made the president’s list. 3 Alexandra M. Klindienst, of Farmstead Road in Liverpool, a freshman undeclared major, made the dean’s list. 3 Ashley N. Smith, of Mill Run Road in Liverpool, a freshman undeclared major, made the dean’s list. 3 Joseph G. Manganiello, of Branchwood Dr. in Liverpool, a freshman journalism major, made the dean’s list. 3 Kimberly A. Kittleson, of Bay Park Dr. in Liverpool, a freshman art major, made the dean’s list. 3 Elise M. Tartaglia, of Oswego St. in Liverpool, a sophomore accounting major, made the dean’s list. 3 Kathleen J. Anderson, of Shoreview Dr. in Liverpool, a senior sociology major, made the dean’s list. 3 Richard D. Arvan, of Black Hawk Circle in Liverpool, a sophomore business administration major, made the dean’s list.
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made the dean’s list. 3 Kevin M. McGraw, of Berrywood Road in Liverpool, a junior business administration major, made the dean’s list. 3 Dion Labatos, of Peppermill Lane in Liverpool, a senior elementary education major, made the dean’s list. 3 Kevin B. Wright, of Mayfair Circle in Liverpool, a senior broadcasting and mass communications major, made the dean’s list. 3 Lauren E. Polak, of Portobello Way in Liverpool, a senior public relations major, made the dean’s list. 3 Eric M. Dlugolecki, of Black Brant Dr. in Liverpool, a senior public justice major, made the dean’s list. 3 James N. Rinella, of Wild Turkey in Liverpool, a senior secondary education major, made the dean’s list. 3 William F. Meier, of Lace Bark Lane in Liverpool, a senior accounting major, made the president’s list. 3 Nicole M. Kilpeck, of Branchwood Dr. in Liverpool, a senior business administration major, made the dean’s list. 3 Grayam E. Dorschel, of Scotia Lane in Liverpool, a senior wellness management major, made the president’s list. 3 Joel M. Milazzo, of Echo Park Road in Liverpool, a senior information science major, made the dean’s list. 3 Tyler J. Anderson, of Bainbridge Drive in Liverpool, a senior public justice major, made the president’s list. 3 Jonathan F. Bee, of Placeum Yew Circle in Liverpool, a senior broadcasting and mass communications major, made the dean’s list. 3 Kevin M. Graham, of Greenpoint Ave. in Liverpool, a senior art major, made the dean’s list. 3 Georgia M. Anderson, of Warbler Way in Liverpool, a senior secondary education major, made the president’s list. 3 Rachel M. Schryver, of Pinkerton St. in Liverpool, a senior human development major, made the dean’s list. 3 Laura C. Mitchell, of State Route 31 in Liverpool, a senior psychology major, made the president’s list. 3 Eldar Kadic, of Parker Ave. in Liverpool, a senior business administration major, made the dean’s list. 3 Mary Pham, of Homeview Dr. in Liverpool, a senior human development major, made the dean’s list. 3 Kristin M. Bacher, of Cherry Tree Circle in Liverpool, a senior secondary education major, made the president’s list. 3 Jennifer L. HemmingsJones, of Stepping Stone Lane in Liverpool, a senior secondary education major, made the president’s list. 3 Lauren M. Jemola, of Silverado Dr. in Liverpool, a senior business administration major, made the dean’s list. 3 Gregory M. Blankenship, of Daniel Dr. in Liverpool, a ju-
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The Clay Historical Association is hosting a â€œLive Oaks and Dead Folksâ€? presentation by guest speakers Sue Greenhagen and Darothy DeAngelo at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 28. The presentation is open to the public and will be held at the Clay Historical Building, Old District No. 5 School House, 8561 Van Hoesen Road in Clay.
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friends, or those that feel something is present in their homes. While Falso is deaf, he said nothing stops him from conducting investigations, and that his other senses, especially his vision are heightened. His wife and sister act as the â€œearsâ€? for the group. A successful investigation concludes with solid evidence that paranormal activity actually took place. The organization proves these encounters by using a digital camera, a film camera, a stethoscope to hear if noises coming from the walls or pipes, a laser to see if the light moves if a ghost passes through it, an EVP
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In the future, Falso hopes to expand his organization and recruit more members and travel around the country conducting investigations. When he isnâ€™t conducting investigations, Falso attends paranormal expos and seminars in New York State. Hopes for the open house at the Salina Civic Center on Saturday Jan. 29 were to raise awareness about the organization and get people involved via first hand paranormal experiences, such as ghost walks, ghost van tours; full night ghost hunts for interested individuals 18 and older. Falso also hopes to or-
ganize expeditions to know paranormal activity sites throughout the United States, including Gettysburg 2011 paranormal investigation; Roswell, New Mexico UFOlogy investigation in 2012; and Lake Champlain cryptozoology expedition in 2013 in the search of Americaâ€™s Loch Ness Monster. All trips include hotel, bus, food and investigation fees. No children under 13 allowed. For more information on Upstate NY Truth Hunter, or to sign up for an event, email Falso at email@example.com or call 516-0790.
Councilor Corlâ€™s decision to decline his role as liaison to the drainage committee and assessorâ€™s office during the townâ€™s reorganizational meeting on Jan. 7. In a prepared statement read to the board, Boyke said that because Corl waited nearly a month to come forward and address the issue, she had no choice but to assign the positions to other individuals, leaving Corl with no liaison assignments. Boyke said that because he chose not
to participate, Corl would have to answer to those that elected him. Corl said he was surprised by the manner in which Boyke decided to address the issue and tried to make an argument for why he declined the roles, but Boykeâ€™s decision was already made. The next Cicero Town Board meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 9 at Cicero Town Hall, 8236 Brewerton Road.
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less to sayâ€”unsettling to their lives. The Cicero Police Department was continually called and at certain times some of these disturbances were stopped. However, little could be done due to an antiquated noise ordinance. When the noise ordinance of Cicero was compared to other towns and villages in the county, Ciceroâ€™s ordinance was like comparing a horse and buggy to todayâ€™s automobiles. The townâ€™s law, which had existed as a noise ordinance for the town, consisted of taking decibels with a non-existent attachment which no one could find or use. Hence, a committee of residents banded together and began to research what constituted an appropriate noise ordinance for use in
Cicero. A petition was drafted with signatures and sent to each town board member and to Cicero Police Chief Joseph Snell. A request was made by Councilor Jessica Zambrano for the committee to come before the board. In September 2010, a representative of the committee presented to the town board the petition and concerns requested. Police Chief Snell indicated he would work with the committee to help draft appropriate legislation not only for the residents of Beach Road, but for the entire town. After a series of communicative discussions, a new revised town ordinance was drafted, reviewed by the townâ€™s attorney, and placed before the town board on Jan. 12 for a public hearing.
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12 volunteers giving rides, and donated snowmobiles from the Clay Snow Owls snowmobile club and other local residents. Volunteers were required to have registered and insured two-seater snowmobiles and helmets. â€œItâ€™s a great event. Iâ€™ve participated every year,â€? said volunteer Jim Horton, vice president of the Snow Owls. Clay Fire Department donated the use of their emergency sled, which was used for children in wheel chairs and those that may
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1 4 Star-Review, Feb. 2, 2011 Big win From page 1 the paint. It eventually worked, as Spencer had six points in the first quarter, but none the rest of the half. Meanwhile, Coleman steadily built his total - nine in the first period, eight more in the second period as the Northstars worked its way to a 36-28 halftime lead. Just as importantly, it was pushing the tempo and not letting the Wildcats get comfortable. â€œOur trademark is half-court defense and rebounding, and we didnâ€™t do that tonight,â€? said Kent. â€œWe got outplayed, plain and simple.â€? All through the second half, as CNS switched to man-to-man defense and caused even more trouble, Coleman continued to dominate, hitting on everything from outside shots to drives to the basket. He capped this masterful effort with a 3-pointer,
just as the shot clock ran out, that made it 63-50 early in the fourth quarter and all but settled matters. Part of Colemanâ€™s effectiveness was that he didnâ€™t have to work alone, even if CNSâ€™s depth was hurt by an injury that sidelined key reserve Andrew Johnson. Elliott Boyce chimed in with 17 points, while Vaughndell Brantley earned 10 points. Spencer had to work hard for 14 points that he earned as Wildcat teammates Nick Wood (11 points) and Matt Naton (10 points) also hit double figures. Now CNS headed for an even bigger game Tuesday night at Utica Proctor, who since losing 69-65 to the Northstars Dec. 17 in the Peppinoâ€™s Invitational has won 11 games in a row, including Friday nightâ€™s 66-48 romp over Henninger. The winner here
might have the inside track to the top seed for the Section III Class AA playoffs, less than a month away. As a warm-up for West Genesee, the Northstars took apart Rome Free Academy 75-32 last Tuesday night in the make-up of a Jan. 7 snow postponement. It was shaky for a half, CNS only leading 28-21 before it crushed the Black Knights with a 47-11 trek through the second half. Coleman led the way with 22 points, while Shakir Thomas had all nine of his points from three 3-pointers and Riley Moonan also got nine points. Boyce and Johnson (before an injury in practice sidelined him for the West Genesee game) notched six points apiece as 11 different players got at least two points before it was done.
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North Syracuse lost to Oswego 102-75, its only early win coming when Billy Werksman piled up 224.10 points on the diving board. In the 200 freestyle relay, Werksman joined Ricky Blackburn, Tyler Smith and Ben Mozo for a victory in 1:42.05, and he would also aid the Northstars as it took the 400 freestyle relay in 3:31.82. But the Northstars would bounce back Friday and, with a 104-80 romp over Nottingham, improved its mark to 3-5. Mozo edged Blackburn, 2:04.84 to 2:04.93, in the 200 freestyle, and went on
to win the 100 freestyle in 53.79 seconds. Smith jumped in by claiming the 50 freestyle in 24.37 seconds as Werksman improved to 254.85 points in diving and Joe Woznica won the 100 backstroke in 1:03.38. CNS also took two of the three relays. Blackburn, Mozo, Smith and James Fisher worked to first place in the 200 freestyle relay (1:37.95) and, in the 400 freestyle relay, Mozo, Blackburn, Fisher and Dan Angarano earned a victory in 3:57.04.
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Boys Warriors roar past B’ville Liverpool girls hoops By Phil Blackwell
firstname.lastname@example.org Streaks, good and bad, have marked the entire Liverpool boys basketball season, and it might be back on the upswing again. The Warriors had dropped three consecutive games prior to last Friday’s visit from Baldwinsville, but quick starts to each half put an end to that skid as it beat the Bees 69-48. A six-day break, mostly due to Regents exams, had refreshed Liverpool – as was evidenced in the first quarter. It on all kinds of shots and, at the same time, shut down
B’ville’s attack as it roared to a 20-7 lead. The margin remained intact until the third quarter. Just like the first half, Liverpool found a comfort zone on both ends of the court, going on a 19-8 spurt that all but put the game away. Adam Misener led the charge, hitting a trio of 3pointers on his way to 19 points for the night. Connor Rogers, with 12 points, and Ian Hamm, with 10 points, also hit double figures as Ben Peet added six points. Ben Trudell, with 10 points, was the only B’ville player to hit double figures.
Liverpool, very much in contention for the CNY Counties League National division title with a 5-1 league mark (7-6 overall), would visit Auburn Tuesday before returning home Friday for a clash with Corcoran. In alumni news, Jesse Gates, playing at Onondaga Community College, was named the NJCAA National Player of the Week, just the fifth Lazer so honored. He had 33 points in an 83-72 win over Adriondack CC, then got 33 points again in an 82-71 win over Jefferson CC before picking up 11 points in a 92-76 romp over Tompkins CC.
CNS second, Liverpool third at sectional indoor meet Spreading its talents all across the spectrum, the Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool girls indoor track and field teams earned plenty of top finishes at Saturday’s Section III Class AA championship meet at Colgate University’s Sanford Field House.Yet neither side would finish on top. The Northstars, with 100 points, and the Warriors, with 89 points, both finished right behind F-M, who earned 109 points and the sectional team title. Still, there were plenty of instances where CNS and Liverpool battled each other, and broke up F-M’s distance monopoly in one instance. Maria LaMontagne and Nicole Watterud pulled away from F-M’s Maggie Malone in the 3,000-meter run, but it was LaMontagne winning in a time of 10 minutes, 31.55 seconds, inches ahead of Watterrud (10:31.87). Later, Watterud took fourth in the 1,500-meter run in 4:58.77. Liverpool’s Rachel Putman was fourth in 11:03.91, and added a third in the 600-meter run in 1:41.25, just ahead of CNS’s Nicole Campagna (1:41.72) in fourth. Also, Liverpool would get the best of the Northstars in the triple jump, where Armani Moore won with 33 feet 7 ¼ inches, ahead of CNS’s Joy Gary (32 feet 11 inches) and Laura Tolbert (30 feet 11 feet ½ inches) in the second and third spots. But the reverse happened in the long jump, where Katie Osborne gave CNS the win by leaping 16 feet 2 inches, ahead of Moore (15 feet 7 ½ inches) in second and Shanice Leach (15 feet 7 ½ inches) in third. Gary was sixth. Osborne won twice, also going to the front in the 55-
meter hurdles in 8.93 seconds, where Jessica Wheeler was third (9.44 seconds) and Liverpool’s Megan Earle was sixth. Tatiana Gladney, with a shot put toss of 33 feet 11 inches, edged CNS’s Mariah Thomson (33 feet 10 inches) by a single inch for second place. In the pole vault, Wheeler cleared 8 feet as Warrior teammates Shae Shenandoah and Breanna Burns tied for third (7 feet). Jessica Attaway and Laura Donle shared fifth place. In the 4x800 relay, it was a near dead-head for second place behind F-M. Liverpool’s quartet of Putman, Lindsey Thiel, Kyla Bills and Farrah Terranova edged the CNS team of Campagna, Katie
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didn’t stop until it had a 42-10 lead. From there, the reserves gradually took over as Stewart put up 17 points, with Cara Gannett stepping up as she earned 12 points, the same total as Kelsey Mattice. Brittany Paul and Sarah Bowles each had seven points. Much the same thing happened Thursday night, at West Genesee, where the Northstars showed little mercy in dismissing the Wildcats 74-36. The first quarter alone saw CNS move ahead 24-6. Continuing to pound away, the Northstars added a 27-5
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sprint through the third quarter that made it 68-15. More than half of WG’s points came in the fourth quarter, with the starters long gone. Stewart finished with 19 points as Paul gained 16 points and Gannett continued to improve, earning 12 points. Mattice had eight points as Bowles and Abbey Timpano produced six points apiece. CNS (12-2) now got to rest, its next game not for more than a week as it waits until a Friday-night trip to Baldwinsville.
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email@example.com Four different times, the shot that may have cost the Liverpool girls basketball team a crucial win at Baldwinsville on Thursday night was in the air, heading toward the rim, the Warriors powerless against its fate. Each time, though, the shot fell off course - and when the final buzzer sounded, the Warriors had escaped with a 43-42 victory that improved its record to 9-4 - and may eventually improve the team’s Section III Class AA playoff seeding, since it knocked off the Bees (8-4) in their only head-to-head encounter. The game’s opening sequence featured the only sustained offensive push for either side. Ally Zywicki’s pair of 3-pointers helped Liverpool race to a 10-2 lead - but B’ville picked up its defensive pressure and made its own 10-2 spurt in response, eventually leading 18-16 after one period. Liverpool’s defense took over in the second quarter, at one point holding B’ville
without a field goal for eightplus minutes as it went on an 11-0 run. Still, it went to the break only carrying a 27-22 lead, opening the door for B’ville to fight back. The entire second half turned into a tense struggle, the defenses making each possession a difficult maneuver full of hurried passes, off-target shots and forced turnovers. And each side hustled hard for loose balls, adding to the fatigue in the late stages. Despite the close nature of the game, Liverpool never trailed in the second half, maintaining a margin of three to seven points. Yet it couldn’t put things away and, with 1:31 left, Andrea Moore’s basket cut the Warriors’ margin to 43-42. Gabi Jordan’s missed free throw kept the Bees from pulling even, but with 40 seconds left B’ville had another opportunity, only to have Liz Giromini miss a jump shot from the corner. Liverpool tried to run out the clock while the Bees committed a series of fouls to get into the bonus situation.
With 14.8 seconds left, Zywicki went to the line with a one-and-one opportunity. She missed, and B’ville’s Gaby Jordan chased down the rebound, giving the Bees one more shot to win it. Actually, it was more than one shot. Maggie Monnat drove to the basket and missed. Giromini gained the rebound, fired - and missed, too. The ball went to the corner, where Claire Monnat had one more chance, but her shot flew off line, and the Warriors held on. Zywicki cooled off after hitting those early outside shots, but still tied Lyteshia Price with 10 points to lead Liverpool as Shannon Seymour came off the bench to earn nine points and Nicole Ciricillo added eight points. On B’ville’s side, Claire Monnat (11 points) and Maggie Monnat (10 points) led the way as Jordan got nine points and Giromini eight points. Liverpool was home Tuesday to face Auburn before another important game this Friday, when it visits another prime Class AA contender in Corcoran.
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Effective March 1, 2011
ARTICLE X CLASSIFICATIONS, RATES & CHARGES
IN THE MATTER OF THE ENACTMENT OF A RESOLUTION OF THE ONONDAGA COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY AMENDING THE CUSTOMER RULES, AND THE RATES AND CHARGES FIXED THEREIN ___________________________________________ The Onondaga County Water Authority met in regular session at its headquarters building at 200 Northern Concourse in the Town of Salina, County of Onondaga and State of New York (Post Office Box 9, Syracuse, New York 13211) on the 20th day of January 2011, at 12:30 pm. The meeting was called to order by Robert Tomeny, Chairman, and the following were present, namely: Robert F. Tomeny Chairman Ferdinand L. Picardi, Esq. Vice Chairman John V. Bianchini Secretary / Treasurer Eileen D. Gilligan Asst. Treasurer Susan A. Miller Asst. Secretary At the request of the Chairman, the following matter was considered and adopted: WHEREAS, Subdivision 12 of Section 1154 of the Public Authorities Law states that the Onondaga County Water Authority shall have the power to make by-laws for the management and regulation of its affairs and, subject to agreements with bondholders, rules for the sale of water and the collection of rents and charge therefore; and WHEREAS, Subdivision 17 of Section 1154 of the Public Authorities Law further states that the Onondaga County Water Authority shall have the power to fix rates and collect charges for the use of facilities of, or services rendered by, or any commodities furnished by the Authority. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Rate Schedule No. 1, 1A/ 1B, 1C, 2 (gallons), 2 (cubic feet), 2A/2C, 2B, 2D, 3, 4, 4A, 5, 5A, 7, 7A, 8 (gallons), 8 (cubic feet), 8A/8C, 8B, 8D and 8U of Article X of the Customer Rules of the Onondaga County Water Authority entitled “Classifications, Rates & Charges” are hereby amended to read as follows: SEE ATTACHED RATE SCHEDULES AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Rate Schedules, as amended, attached to the Customer Rules, shall take effect the 1st day of March, 2011. I, the undersigned, Secretary of the Onondaga County Water Authority, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a resolution unanimously adopted at a regular meeting of the Onondaga County Water Authority, at which a quorum was present, held in the Town of Salina, County of Onondaga and State of New York on the above date. I further certify that public notice of this meeting was duly given as required by-law. Dated: January 20, 2011 John V. Bianchini, Secretary Effective Date March 1, 2011 ARTICLE X CLASSIFICATIONS, RATES & CHARGES Classification of services rendered or facilities furnished, and rates and charges therefore are hereby established as follows: RATE SCHEDULE NO. 1 General Industrial Service – Monthly AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any customer within the Authority’s service area in Onondaga County regularly using over 200,000 gallons per month and similar customers when supplied pursuant to special contract providing for use of this rate schedule. APPLICABILITY: Any regular metered purpose. BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: Size of Meter: 1" 1-1/2" 2" 3" 4" 6" 8" 10"
Base System Fee: $ 18.41 $ 36.82 $ 58.92 $ 117.83 $ 184.11 $ 405.05 $ 625.99 $ 920.57
WATER USE RATE: First 200,000 gallons per month @ Next 2,500,000 gallons per month @ Over 2,700,000 gallons per month @
$2.16 $1.73 $1.62
per 1,000 gallons per 1,000 gallons per 1,000 gallons
BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage rate for all water used during the billing cycle. PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Authority. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer Rules of the Authority. Effective March 1, 2011 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 1A / 1B General Large Industrial / Agricultural Service – Monthly
Effective March 1, 2011 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 2B - CUBIC FEET General Residential Service – Quarterly
Classification of services rendered or facilities furnished, and rates and AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule shall be available to any charges therefore are hereby established as follows: customer within the Village of Canastota. RATE SCHEDULE NO. 1C APPLICABILITY: Any regular metered purpose. Hydrant Meter Rentals – Monthly (Seasonal) BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: Size of Meter: Base System Fee: AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any customer 5/8" $ 22.09 within the Onondaga County Water Authority’s service area that has been properly ¾” $ 33.14 permitted to use Authority hydrants. 1" $ 55.23 APPLICABILITY: Permitted users of hydrants only. Users will be allowed 1-1/2" $ 110.47 to draw water from designated hydrants and must use the meter and reduced pressure 2" $ 176.75 zone device provided by the Authority each time they draw water for their permitted 3" $ 353.50 purpose(s). 4" $ 552.34 RATE: 6" $ 1,215.15 First 21,000 gallons or less per month $80.66 8" $ 1,877.96 Over 21,000 gallons per month @ $ 2.31 per 1,000 gallons 10" $ 2,761.70 MINIMUM BILL - The minimum monthly bill for services hereunder shall WATER USE RATE: be: First 1,300 cubic feet @ $ 1.90 per 100 cubic feet Size of Meter Minimum Consumption (Gallons) Minimum Bill Next 1,700 cubic feet @ $ 2.50 per 100 cubic feet 1" 21,000 $ 80.66 Over 3,000 cubic feet @ $ 3.05per 100 cubic feet 1 ½” 34,000 $110.69 BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage 3" 75,000 $204.40 rate for all water used during the billing cycle. DEPOSIT: A deposit is required for the meter and the reduced pressure zone PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days device (RPZ). The deposit will be returned to the permitted user upon payment in full after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the for all water used (including the minimum) and upon return of the equipment Authority. provided (in good condition), which includes the meter, the RPZ, fittings, hose and TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer hydrant wrench. Meter and RPZ must be returned by December 31st of the rental Rules of the Authority. year. Size Meter Deposit Effective March 1, 2011 1" $200.00 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 2D – GALLONS 1 ½” $345.00 GENERAL RESIDENTIAL SERVICE – QUARTERLY 3" $605.00 Village of Chittenango BILLING: Totals the minimum bill plus applicable usage rate for all water used Village of Canastota during the billing cycle. PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Authority. residential customer within the Village of Chittenango and the Village of Canastota TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer with service provided by gallons meter. Rules of the Authority. APPLICABILITY: Any regular metered purpose. BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: Effective March 1, 2011 Size of Meter: Base System Fee: RATE SCHEDULE NO. 2 – GALLONS 5/8" $ 22.09 GENERAL RESIDENTIAL SERVICE – QUARTERLY ¾” $ 33.14 1" $ 55.23 AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any customer 1-1/2" $ 110.47 within the Authority’s service area in Onondaga and Oswego Counties. 2" $ 176.75 APPLICABILITY: Any regular metered purpose. 3" $ 353.50 BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: 4" $ 552.34 Size of Meter: Base System Fee: 6" $ 1,215.15 5/8" $ 22.09 8" $ 1,877.96 ¾” $ 33.14 10" $ 2,761.70 1" $ 55.23 WATER USE RATE: 1-1/2" $ 110.47 First 10,000 gallons @ $2.47 per 1,000 gallons 2" $ 176.75 Next 13,000 gallons @ $3.27 per 1,000 gallons 3" $ 353.50 Over 23,000 gallons @ $4.08 per 1,000 gallons 4" $ 552.34 BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage 6" $ 1,215.15 rate for all water used during the billing cycle. 8" $ 1,877.96 PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days 10" $ 2,761.70 after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the WATER USE RATE: Authority. First 10,000 gallons @ $2.42 per 1,000 gallons TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer Next 13,000 gallons @ $3.22 per 1,000 gallons Rules of the Authority. Over 23,000 gallons @ $4.03 per 1,000 gallons BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage Effective March 1, 2011 rate for all water used during the billing cycle. RATE SCHEDULE NO. 3 PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after Private Fire Protection Service presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Authority. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any Rules of the Authority. customer within the Authority’s service area. APPLICABILITY: Any customer for sprinkler alone or sprinkler and Effective March 1, 2011 customer-owned hydrant service. RATE SCHEDULE NO. 2 – CUBIC FEET RATE: When service is for sprinkler alone or when sprinkler and hydrant General Residential Service – Quarterly are attached to same service, the rate for service shall be: AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule shall be available to any Size of Service Annual Rate customer within the Authority’s service area in Onondaga County. 2010 2011 APPLICABILITY: Any regular metered purpose. 2" and under $ 120.18 $ 120.18 BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: 3" $ 185.71 $ 185.71 Size of Meter: Base System Fee: 4" $ 240.34 $ 240.34 5/8" $ 22.09 6" $ 483.41 $ 483.41 ¾” $ 33.14 8" $ 783.82 $ 783.82 1" $ 55.23 10" $ 1,156.63 $ 1,156.63 1-1/2" $ 110.47 12" $ 1,514.42 $ 1,514.42 2" $ 176.75 (a)When hydrant is customer-owned and on separate service, the rate for 3" $ 353.50 service shall be $181.62 per hydrant per annum. 4" $ 552.34 (c) When hydrant is Authority-owned and on separate service, the rate for 6" $ 1,215.15 service shall be $241.71 per hydrant per annum. 8" $ 1,877.96 BILLING: The bill for service hereunder shall be rendered quarterly in 10" $ 2,761.70 arrears. WATER USE RATE: PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days First 1,300 cubic feet @ $ 1.86 per 100 cubic feet after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Next 1,700 cubic feet @ $ 2.46 per 100 cubic feet Authority. Over 3,000 cubic feet @ $ 3.01 per 100 cubic feet TERMS AND CONDITIONS: All service provided hereunder shall be BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage subject to the express conditions and provisions of Section 4.3 and 9.6, and all rate for all water used during the billing cycle. .PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after other applicable Sections of the Customer Rules of the Authority. 2010 2011 presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Authority. Customer Owned Hydrant $181.62 $181.62 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer Authority Owned Hydrant $241.71 $241.71 Rules of the Authority.
Effective March 1, 2011 AVAILABILITY: Service to any customer within the Authority’s service RATE SCHEDULE NO. 2A /2C area receiving service from an Authority-owned water main and using over General Residential Service – Quarterly 1,000,000 gallons per month. Customer must provide dry pit or enclosure with a 115-volt power outlet within 5 feet of the register location. Customer shall pay for AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule shall be available to any power consumed. customer within the Skyridge Water System and within Madison and Oneida APPLICABILITY: Any regular industrial metered purpose. Counties (excluding the Villages of Chittenango and Canastota). BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: APPLICABILITY: Any regular metered purpose. BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: Size of Meter: Base System Fee: Size of Meter: Base System Fee: 1" $ 18.41 5/8" $ 22.09 1-1/2" $ 36.82 ¾” $ 33.14 2" $ 58.92 1" $ 55.23 3" $ 117.83 1-1/2" $ 110.47 4" $ 184.11 2" $ 176.75 6" $ 405.05 3" $ 353.50 8" $ 625.99 4" $ 552.34 10" $ 920.57 6" $ 1,215.15 WATER USE RATE: 8" $ 1,877.96 First 4,000,000 gallons per month @ $1.73 per 1,000 gallons 10" $ 2,761.70 Next 23,000,000 gallons per month @ $1.51 per 1,000 gallons WATER USE RATE: Over 27,000,000 gallons per month @ $1.30 per 1,000 gallons First 10,000 gallons @ $2.67 per 1,000 gallons Next 13,000 gallons @ $3.47 per 1,000 gallons BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage Over 23,000 gallons @ $4.28 per 1,000 gallons rate for all water used during the billing cycle. BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days rate for all water used during the billing cycle. after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the .PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days Authority. after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer Rules of the Authority. Rules of the Authority.
Effective September 1, 2011 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 4 Public Fire Protection Service AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any public body within the Authority’s service area. APPLICABILITY: Any public body for public fire protection service with Authority-owned hydrants. RATES: Size of Service Annual Rate 2010 2011 2" and under $ 117.88 $ 117.88 3" $ 182.18 $ 182.18 4" $ 235.76 $ 235.76 6" $ 474.20 $ 474.20 8" $ 768.90 $ 768.90 10" $ 1,134.60 $ 1,134.60 12" $ 1,485.56 $ 1,485.56 $197.91 per hydrant per annum for first 30 years, and $61.61 per annum thereafter. BILLING: The bill for service hereunder shall be rendered semi-annually in arrears. PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Authority. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: All service provided hereunder shall be subject to the express conditions and provisions of Section 4.2 and 9.6, and all other applicable Sections of the Customer Rules of the Authority. 2010 2011 $197.91 First 30 years $197.91 First 30 years $61.61 After 30 years $61.61 After 30 years
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Effective September 1, 2011 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 4A Public Fire Protection Service For Special Water Districts
WATER USE RATE: First 200,000 gallons per month @ $2.66 per 1,000 gallons Next 2,500,000 gallons per month @ $2.13 per 1,000 gallons Over 2,700,000 gallons per month @ $2.00 per 1,000 gallons BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any rate for all water used during the billing cycle. public body within the Authority’s service area. PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after APPLICABILITY: Any public body for public fire protection service with presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Authority. Authority-owned hydrants. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer RATES: Rules of the Authority. Size of Service Annual Rate 2010 2011 Effective March 1, 2011 2" and under $ 117.88 $ 117.88 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 7A 3" $ 182.17 $ 182.17 General Municipal Service – Monthly (Alternate Capacity Charge) 4" $ 235.76 $ 235.76 6" $ 474.20 $ 474.20 AVAILABILITY: Service to any customer within the Authority’s service area 8" $ 768.90 $ 768.90 receiving service from an Authority-owned water main and using over 500,000 10" $ 1,134.60 $ 1,134.60 gallons per month. Customer must provide dry pit or enclosure with a 115-volt 12" $ 1,485.56 $ 1,485.56 $300.92 per hydrant for 2011 (adjusted annually) for first 30 years, and power outlet within 5 feet of the register location. Customer shall pay for power consumed. $61.61 per annum thereafter. APPLICABILITY: Any regular industrial metered purpose. BILLING: The bill for service hereunder shall be rendered semi-annually in arrears. BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days Size of Meter: Base System Fee: after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the 1" $ 18.41 Authority. 1-1/2" $ 36.82 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: All service provided hereunder shall be 2" $ 58.92 subject to the express conditions and provisions of Section 4.2 and 9.6, and all 3" $ 117.83 other applicable Sections of the Customer Rules of the Authority. 4" $ 184.11 2010 2011 6" $ 405.05 $300.92 First 30 years $300.92 First 30 years 8" $ 625.99 $61.61 After 30 years (1) $61.61 After 30 years (1) 10" $ 920.57 (1) – Upon completion of payment in full of charges related to hydrant WATER USE RATE: installation and other expenses related to the special district. Early repayment First 4,000,000 gallons per month @ $2.13 per 1,000 gallons can be made without penalty. Next 23,000,000 gallons per month @ $1.86 per 1,000 gallons Effective March 1, 2011 Over 27,000,000 gallons per month @ $1.60 per 1,000 gallons ONONDAGA COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage RATE SCHEDULE NO. 5 – FEES rate for all water used during the billing cycle. PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after Applicability: All Customers presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Any customer electing to buy water on this 1. Meter Fees: schedule must continue to do so for twelve months before being allowed to change Size of Meter Cost Size of Meter Cost to Rate Schedule No. 1. Service hereunder is subject to the Customer Rules of 5/8" $ 175.00 3" $ 1,800.00 Authority. ¾” $ 195.00 4" $ 2,600.00 1" $ 235.00 6" $ 4,200.00 Effective March 1, 2011 1 ½” $ 440.00 8" $ 5,000.00 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 8 – GALLONS 2" $ 550.00 10" $ 7,200.00 GENERAL COMMERCIAL SERVICE – QUARTERLY Size of Fireline Meter Cost 4" FL $5,000.00 8" $ 8,600.00 AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any customer 6" FL $7,000.00 10" $13,000.00 within the Authority’s service area in Onondaga and Oswego Counties. APPLICABILITY: Any regular industrial metered purpose. 2.Service Activation Fee: $11.00 BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: 3.Meter Testing Fee (thru 3"): $50.00 Size of Meter: Base System Fee: 4.Service Restoration Fee: 5/8" $ 22.09 During Regular Hours $50.00 ¾” $ 33.14 After Hours $75.00 1" $ 55.23 5.Damaged Hydrant Meter/ RPZ Service Charge: 1-1/2" $ 110.47 1st occurrence 2nd occurrence + 2" $ 176.75 $30.00 $50.00 3" $ 353.50 6.Damaged/Frozen Meter Service Charge: 4" $ 552.34 1st occurrence 2nd occurrence + 6" $ 1,215.15 During Regular Hours $60.00 $ 80.00 8" $ 1,877.96 After Hours $85.00 $115.00 10" $ 2,761.70 ·*Charges for irreparably damaged meters will be incurred at current replacement WATER USE RATE: cost. All use @ 2.65 per 1,000 gallons 7.Meter Pit Installation Fee: 1" & Under $900.00 BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage *If High Pressure Customer to provide Pressure Reducing Valve rate for all water used during the billing cycle. 8.Meter Pit Installation Fee: 1 1/2" & 2" $1750.00 PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after *Regular Pressure presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Authority. 9.Meter Pit Installation Fee: 1 1/2" & 2" $3550.00 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer *High Pressure customer to provide Pressure Reducing Valve Rules of the Authority. 10.Returned Check Fee: $20.00
11.Advance Benefit: Effective March 1, 2011 *Applicability:- Applications for service connections to certain water mains RATE SCHEDULE NO. 8 – CUBIC FEET must be accompanied by an Advance Benefit payment in addition to the connection General Commercial Service – Quarterly fee. These water mains are designated by OCWA which have been installed after January 1, 1964 but not as replacements of existing mains nor under Main AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule shall be available to any Extension Contract. The 2011 cost for Advance Benefit is $1,660.00. *Rate: - Actual charges each year are on file at OCWA office. The charge for customer within the Authority’s service area in Onondaga County. APPLICABILITY: Any regular metered purpose. water used will be at the regular rates. BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: 12.Academy Hill Surcharge: - $200.00 Billing:The bill for service rendered hereunder shall be rendered in advance. Size of Meter: Base System Fee: Payment:Bills are rendered net and are payable in advance. 5/8" $ 22.09 Terms and Conditions:Services hereunder are subject to the Customer ¾” $ 33.14 Rules of OCWA. 1" $ 55.23 Any and all rates set forth in this Rate Schedule No. 5 are made subject to 1-1/2" $ 110.47 the Rock and Boulder Provision of Sec. 4.9 of these Customer Rules. 2" $ 176.75 3" $ 353.50 Effective March 1, 2011 4" $ 552.34 ONONDAGA COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY 6" $ 1,215.15 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 5A – FEES 8" $ 1,877.96 10" $ 2,761.70 Availability:Service under this rate schedule is available to any customer: WATER USE RATE: All use @ $ 1.98 per 100 cubic feet Applicability: All Customers BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage 1.Connection Fees (including meter) rate for all water used during the billing cycle. If Installed Separately PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after Size of Service If Installed w/Main On Mains Less Than 16" On Mains 16" or Larger presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Authority. 3/4" $ 720.00 $ 1,200.00 $ 1,215.00 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer 1" $ 810.00 $ 1,280.00 $ 1,295.00 Rules of the Authority. 1 ½” $ 2,220.00 $1,720.00 $ 1,770.00 2" $ 2,570.00 $ 2,380.00 $ 2,440.00 Connection fees for services 4" and over will be based on the actual cost of Effective March 1, 2011 labor and materials to furnish and install the service. RATE SCHEDULE NO. 8A /8C OCWA will require a deposit for 4" and over services to be made prior to General Residential Service – Quarterly installation of the service. In the event that the deposit is more than the actual cost, OCWA will refund AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule shall be available to any the monies not used, and likewise, if the deposit does not cover the actual cost, customer within the Skyridge Water System and within Madison and Oneida the customer will be responsible for any overage. Counties (excluding the Villages of Chittenango and Canastota). Effective March 1, 2011
ARTICLE X CLASSIFICATIONS, RATES & CHARGES Classification of services rendered or facilities furnished, and rates and charges therefore are hereby established as follows: RATE SCHEDULE NO. 7 General Municipal Wholesale Service – Monthly AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any municipal customer within the Authority’s service area in Onondaga County regularly using less than 500,000 gallons per month and similar customers when supplied pursuant to special contract providing for use of this rate schedule. APPLICABILITY: Any regular metered purpose BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: Size of Meter: Base System Fee: 1" $ 18.41 1-1/2" $ 36.82 2" $ 58.92 3" $ 117.83 4" $ 184.11 6" $ 405.05 8" $ 625.99 10" $ 920.57
APPLICABILITY: Any regular metered purpose.
Effective March 1, 2011 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 8B - CUBIC FEET General Commercial Service – Quarterly AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule shall be available to any customer within the Village of Canastota. APPLICABILITY: Any regular metered purpose. BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: Size of Meter: 5/8" ¾” 1" 1-1/2" 2" 3" 4" 6" 8" 10"
Base System Fee: $
22.09 $ 33.14 $ 55.23 $ 110.47 $ 176.75 $ 353.50 $ 552.34 $ 1,215.15 $ 1,877.96 $ 2,761.70
WATER USE RATE: All use @ $ 2.02 per 100 cubic feet BILLING: Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage rate for all water used during the billing cycle.. PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Authority. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer Rules of the Authority. Effective March 1, 2011 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 8D – GALLONS GENERAL COMMERCIAL SERVICE – QUARTERLY Village of Chittenango Village of Canastota AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any residential customer within the Village of Chittenango and the Village of Canastota with service provided by gallons meter. APPLICABILITY: Any regular industrial metered purpose. BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: Size of Meter: 5/8" ¾” 1" 1-1/2" 2" 3" 4" 6" 8" 10"
Base System Fee: $
22.09 $ 33.14 $ 55.23 $ 110.47 $ 176.75 $ 353.50 $ 552.34 $ 1,215.15 $ 1,877.96 $ 2,761.70
WATER USE RATE: All use @ 2.70 per 1,000 gallons BILLING:Based on the total of the Base System fee plus the applicable usage rate for all water used during the billing cycle. PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the Authority. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer Rules of the Authority.
Effective March 1, 2011 RATE SCHEDULE NO. 8U – Unmetered Accounts GENERAL COMMERCIAL SERVICE – QUARTERLY AVAILABILITY: Service under this rate schedule is available to any customer within the Authority’s service area. APPLICABILITY: Any approved unmetered purpose. RATE:
Unmetered Rate 8U1 Unmetered Rate 8U2 Unmetered Rate 8U3 Unmetered Rate 8U4
$ 37.36 $ 38.46 $330.83 $647.51
Unmetered rates are limited to pre-existing accounts and are based on estimated quarterly usage and based on location by County. All new accounts are required to be metered.
BASE SYSTEM FEE: The base system fee for services hereunder shall be: BILLING: The bill hereunder shall be billed to the Customer in arrears. Size of Meter: Base System Fee: 5/8" $ 22.09 PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days ¾” $ 33.14 after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules of the 1" $ 55.23 Authority. 1-1/2" $ 110.47 2" $ 176.75 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer 3" $ 353.50 Rules of the Authority. 4" $ 552.34 6" $ 1,215.15 8" $ 1,877.96 10" $ 2,761.70 WATER USE RATE: All use @ $2.90 per 1,000 gallons BILLING:Totals the Base System fee plus the applicable usage rate for all water used during the billing cycle. PAYMENT: Bills are rendered net and are payable within fifteen (15) days after presentation, in accordance with Article VIII of the Customer Rules. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Service hereunder is subject to the Customer Rules of the Authority.
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Meyer named VP to regional board Syracuse Woman Magazine launches debut edition Submitted photo
Onondaga County Legislator Bill Meyer has been named Vice President of the Central New York Regional Planning and Development Board (CNY RPDB). CNY RPDB is a public agency established in 1966 to provides a comprehensive range of services associated with the growth and development of communities in CNY with a focus on the following program areas: community development, economic development, energy management, environmental management, information and research services, intergovernmental cooperation, and transportation planning. Pictured are Legislator Bill Meyer, left, and David Bottar, Executive Director of the CNY RPDB.
Liverpool resident honored with Unsung Hero Award Kwame Adusei, MD, an obstetrician/gynecologist with St. Joseph’s Maternal Child Health Center-OB/ GYN Office, was honored Jan. 23 at Syracuse University with a 2011 Martin Luther King, Jr., Unsung Heroes Award. Dr. Adusei, a Liverpool resident, was recognized for his mission service in his hometown of Ghana, in Africa. Since coming to the United States in 1990, Adusei has worked largely to provide for his people. He has spent thousands of dollars shipping medical supplies, many of which are donated by St. Joseph’s, including 25 hospital beds and mattresses, medications, bed sheets—anything he can find. Dr. Adusei recently spent three weeks in Gha-
na, a trip he makes once or twice a year to provide medical care to the villagers and visit his family. During a 2008 trip, the village honored Dr. Adusei for his tireless efforts to improve medical care. In fact, the government’s medical complex is named after him. “I financed and finished building a small pharmacy near the clinic so villagers can easily obtain medications,” said Dr. Adusei. “It’s a rather simple structure, but it serves its purpose.” The average life span of a Ghanaian is 51 and in some places, it’s even less. They have many health issues and Dr. Adusei’s goal is to try to make an impact and help them. Dr. Adusei usually travels to the people via a mobile van since
Dr. Kwame Adusei it’s very difficult for them to travel on their own. “I enjoy helping my people,” he said. “I’ve been fortunate to have so many great things, and St. Joseph’s has helped me to provide for the people of Ghana who desperately need basic, good health care.” Dr. Adusei’s goal is to bring more physicians to the villages.
The Village of North Syracuse Parks & Recreation Dept. is offering a Driver’s Safety Program sponsored by AARP. This course allows drivers, especially seniors 50 plus, reductions on their auto insurance rates. This two-part class will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday March 22 and 23 at the North Syracuse Community Center, 700 South Bay Road. The course fee is $12 for AARP members and $14 for all other drivers. Space is limited. Call 458-8050 for more information and to register. SR-7 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Cinsyr Enterprises, LLC Articles of Organization filed NY Sec. of State (NYSS) on 11/24/2010 Office location: 8544 Snowshoe Trail, Cicero, NY 13039 in Onondaga County. NYSS is designated as LLC agent upon whom process may be served and a copy mailed to: United States Corporation Agents, Inc. 7014 13th Ave. (Suite 202) Brooklyn, NY 11228 SR-7 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF James H. Jang, DDS, PLLC James H. Jang, DDS, PLLC (“the Company”) was formed under the New York Limited Liability Law by filing the articles of organization with the Department of State as of December 20, 2010. The Company’s offices are in Onondaga County at 725 Oswego Street, Liverpool, New York 13088. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the company upon whom process
In a few days, Central New Yorkers will have a brand new “glossy” to get their hands on. Syracuse Woman Magazine, a product of the partnership between Rochester Woman Magazine, LLC and Eagle Newspapers, will be launching its inaugural edition Feb. 3. An electronic version was released to subscribers Jan. 31. Copies of SWM can be found at local Tops and Wegmans, coffee shops and various area salons, spas and medical offices. This is a free publication. SWM is the “younger sister” of the already successful RWM, which was first published 10 years ago. RWM publishers Barbara McSpadden and Kelly Breuer bought the magazine in August 2009. A few months later, they re-launched the publication with a new look and feel. “Ever since we launched Rochester Woman Magazine last January, we’ve been asked to bring the publication to Syracuse,” McSpadden said. “We just felt that the time was right and the market was ready.” Contributing a familiar voice to SWM is former Eagle Newspapers editor, Farah Jadran, who is now the managing editor of Syracuse’s newest magazine. Jadran is also a contributor to WCNY’s “Central Issues,” and an adjunct professor at
the School of Communication, Media and the Arts at SUNY Oswego. She is also an alumna of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. “I have been hearing so much positive feedback from people on the street and on Facebook about how much they want a magazine like this in Syracuse,” Jadran said. While working on her master’s degree in magazine journalism, Jadran said she always wanted to be a part of a woman’s magazine, one that is different from the majority. Syracuse Woman Magazine is “different from the ‘typical’ women’s magazines you see at the store,” she said. “It’s not only local to the Central New York region, but it also features real, everyday women who represent what it is to be a ‘Syracuse woman,’” Jadran said. “It contains realistic ideals and positive reinforcement through an array of content.” Each edition of SWM features content about local women who are inspiring one another through education, entrepreneurial achievements, community leadership and governmental pursuits. Other sections exclusive to SWM include “Fashion Forward,” “Platter Chatter,” “The Opposite Sex,” “Fabulous Finds,” “Queen of Arts,” “In Her Own Words,” and “Women
Entrepreneurs.” SWM chose to feature Onondaga County Executive Joanne Mahoney on the cover because of her “down-to-earth” personality, political achievements and community leadership. Mahoney is a “Syracuse Woman,” Jadran said. “She is easy to relate to because she is who she is,” she said. “There are no surprises. She is passionate about Onondaga County and keeps an open mind when making important decisions.” Jadran says SWM readers will learn some new things they didn’t know about their county executive. SWM will be celebrating the launch of the inaugural edition Friday Feb. 4 at Café 407 in Liverpool. SWM will be offered bi-monthly as a glossy, full color, printed magazine that will be distributed free in more than 300 local venues including most Wegmans and Tops markets. The magazine will be printed bimonthly until September 2011, when it will start coming out monthly. It will also be produced as an interactive publication and e-mailed directly to subscribers just before it hits the news stands. Anyone wishing to receive a free e-mail subscription can go to syracusewomanmag.com and sign up. Readers can also become fans of SWM on Facebook by searching “Syracuse Woman Magazine.”
County Parks Offer Lifeguard Training Course
Driver’s Safety Course
NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Lighthouse Hotels, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Dept. of State on 8/25/08. Office location: Onondaga County. Sec. of State designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to the principal business address: 3948 State Route 31, Liverpool, NY 13090. Purpose: any lawful activity. SR-4 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of MBA Management LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on October 19, 2010. 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: PO Box 54, 5577 Oneida Dr # 3, Brewerton, NY 13029. Purpose: to engage in any and all business for which LLCs may be formed under the New York LLC Law.
County Exec Mahoney featured as cover story
may be served, and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the company served upon him or her to the Company at its offices. The business purpose of the company is to engage in the practice of dentistry and any and all other business activities permitted under the laws of the State of New York. Dated: Groton, New York December 30, 2010 Liam G.B. Murphy, Organizer SR-6 LEGAL NOTICE CASSIDY BASEBALL CAMPS LLC, a domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC), filed with the Sec of State of NY on 10/13/10. NY Office location: Onondaga County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him/her to The LLC, 1006 4th Street, Liverpool, NY 13088. General Purposes. SR-4 Notice of formation of Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Name: KA-CO REALTY, LLC: Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on November 15, 2010. County location: Onondaga. Principal business location is 8795 Gaskin Road, Clay, NY 13041. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 8795 Gaskin Road, Clay, NY 13041. Purpose: to engage in any and all business for which LLCs may be formed under the New York LLC Law. SR-6 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Route 31, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Dept. of State on 12/8/10. Office location: Onondaga County. Sec. of State designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to the principal business address: 6745 Route 31, Cicero, NY 13039. Purpose: any lawful activity. SR-7
Onondaga County Parks is offering an American Red Cross lifeguard training and certification course from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday Feb. 19 through Saturday Feb. 26 at Jamesville-Dewitt Middle School pool. 6280 Randall Road in Jamesville. The cost in $225 per student. Participants must be at least 15 years old and have passed a pre-course swimming skills evaluation. Once completed, American Red Cross Basic Lifeguarding, first aid, CPR/AED certified. For more information, call 435-5252 or 243-8602. NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Eastwood Road, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Dept. of State on 12/8/10. Office location: Onondaga County. Sec. of State designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to the principal business address: 6745 Route 31, Cicero, NY 13039. Purpose: any lawful activity. SR-7 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Syracuse Customs, LLC, Art of Org filed Sec’y of State (SSNY) 1/1911. Office location: Onondaga County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process: 117 Catherine St, N Syr, NY 13212. Purpose: any lawful purpose. SR-10 VILLAGE OF NORTH SYRACUSE NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETINGS
PLEASE TAKE NOTICES THAT the Board of Trustees of the Village of North Syracuse has scheduled special meetings to discuss the FY 2011-2012 Budget at the Village Hall, 600 South Bay Road, North Syracuse, NY as follows: Wednesday, February 9, 2011 AT 1:30 pm Wednesday, February 23, 2011 AT 1:30 pm Wednesday, March 9, 2011 AT 1:30 pm Wednesday, March 23, 2011 AT 1:30 pm All business that comes before the Board of Trustees at this time may be discussed and/or acted upon. The meetings are open to the public. Dated this 28th day of January, 2011 Christine Pollock, Village Clerk NS-5 VILLAGE OF NORTH SYRACUSE Public Notice PLEASE TAKE NOTICE; following the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on February 10 th
2011, the Board of Trustees will be conducting a work session at the North Syracuse Community Center, 700 South Bay Road, North Syracuse to discuss potential grant opportunities for the Village of North Syracuse. Dated this 28TH day of January, 2011, Christine Pollock, Village Clerk. NS-5 VILLAGE OF NORTH SYRACUSE LEGAL NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing will be held by the Board of Trustees of the Village of North Syracuse on the 10th day of February 2011 at 6:28 p.m. at the North Syracuse Community Center, 700 South Bay Road, North Syracuse, New York, to discuss a proposed local law that would require snowplow operators within the Village to obtain a license from the Village Clerk. The Village Board will meet at said time and place and will hear all persons in support of
such matters or any objections thereto. Persons may appear in person or by agent. Copies of the proposed local law are available for review in the Village Clerk’s Office. Dated this 28th day of January, 2011, Village Board of Trustees, Christine Pollock, Village Clerk. NS-5 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC). The name of the LLC is One3rd Group LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on January 3, 2011. The office of the LLC is to be located in Onondaga County. The SSNY is the designated agent of the LLC upon whom process against the LLC may be served. The address to which the SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC is 101 Keen Place, Syracuse, NY 132072225. Purpose: any lawful act or activity. SR-10
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ALL TYPES - Skid Steers - Mini Ex etc. Del. Available - Daily or Weekly Rates 457-2394 Featuring “CAT” Equip.
Member of BBB
HOUSE JACKING House, camp, garage and porches
Structural leveling and straightened All Wood Rot Repairs Foundation Repair & Carpentry
Mixed season hardwoods, $45 a facecord, better price for larger loads, immediate delivery 383-4474
LOW RATES • PERSONAL SERVICE Since 1966
AUTO • HOME • BUSINESS 6 Southgate Rd (off Rte 690 & 31)
635-9795 • BALDWINSVILLE 08850
MID-STATE DOOR, INC.
M-F 8-5, Sat by Appt. 455-5736
GALLAGHER PAINTING, INC. www.Gallagher Painting Plus.net
General Contracting, Home Improvements, Additions, Garages, Replacement Windows, Siding, Electrical Work w/post hole digger, Mini Excavator Work, Kitchen/Bath and Basement Remodeling
Color Consultation, Specialty Painting, Interior/Exterior, Walls, Ceiling & Plaster Repair Ins., Free Est. 415-8000.
Peter Baker PH: 662-3002 Owner Cell: 289-2170 Email: PB9889@aol.com www.bakerconstruction.org
Additions, Kitchen, Bath, Roofing, Siding, Replacement Windows, Decks, Porches, Painting, Basement Waterproofing, All Wood Rot Repairs
Snow & Lawn, Inc.
Insured, Senior Disc., Free Estimate 3rd Generation of Quality Work
Great Prices, Fully Insured, Free Estimates 40 Yrs. experience (315) 652-3773 Residential Commercial
31 yrs. experience Res./Comm. Snowplowing in B’ville, L’pool, N. Syr., Cicero & Clay. Ins.
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505 Factory Ave., Syracuse Garage Doors & Openers Featuring Amarr Garage Doors & Specialty Carriage House Sales, Installations & Service
Blacktop, Paving & Sealing
Seasoned or Unseasoned Delivered. 623-9553 or 437-6264. Over 35 yrs. in business!
NORTH COUNTRY FIREWOOD D.
Year Round Service!
Driveways, sidewalks, parking lots, roads, curbing and sealing. Commercial / Residential Free estimates • Fully insured 457-3534, 439-6843 or 391-8920
Bruce 315-258-9365 315-730-6370
D.R. WHITNEY, JR CONTRACTING
Pat De Barr 427-3769
175 Katherine Street Buffalo, NY 14210 1-800-562-1332 Fax (716) 847-0338 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
D.R. WHITNEY, JR CONTRACTING
Insured, Senior Discount, Free Estimates 3rd Generation of Quality Work
4650 Buckley Road Liverpool, NY 13088 (315) 451-2430 1-800-243-9300 Direct (315) 410-2212 Fax (315) 453-7336
NOT your wallet! Attics, basements, garages, yards - almost anything! 05303
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Mirbeau Burger and a Drink Night: get one glass of wine or beer on us with your burger.
Two-For-Tuesdays: 50% off your entrees when you purchase two main courses.
Women & Wine Wednesdayâ€™s: featuring a selection of wines for women at $9 or less!
The 851 W. Genesee Night: A specialty sandwich and drink that changes every Thursday and are $8.51 each.
Come to our Manager's Reception: 5pm â€“ 6pm complimentary wine tasting and cheeses. Raw Bar with Drink and Beer Specials: 6pm - 9pm (or until seafood runs out)
Late Night Happy Hour: 9pm to 11pm snacks, drink specials and limited menu.
Six fun and uniquely themed Wine stations from around the world.
Compare and contrast the full-bodied varietal
6UJL0U(3PML[PTL Amazing bottles, affordable samples
Our favorite Finger Lakes reds
Sunday Buffet Brunch: 11:30am to 2:30pm with our signature Bloody Mary Bar. Bloody Mary Bar: Noon to 5pm Sunday Supper: 5pm on. Select two entrees from a listing of chefâ€™s specials and a bottle of wine from a list of our sommelierâ€™s offerings all for $49 (appetizers, desserts, etc can be chosen from regular menu)
One Dozen Clams Steamed in white wine & herbs with grilled bread. $10 Beef Tenderloin Satay Served with spicy peanut â€˜bang-bangâ€™ sauce. $8
The Mirbeau Hamburger 8 oz. local angus beef topped with gruyere cheese and grilled portobello, spinach & balsamic braised onions. Served with bistro fries and bĂŠarnaise-bordelaise sauce. $14
Grilled Shrimp Five jumbo gulf shrimp marinated in chipotle oil, served with mango salsa. $10
Le Cordon Bleu Buttermilk fried chicken sandwich with brie, ham and basil mayonnaise on baguette with bistro herb fries. $12
Fried Calamari Served with lemon aioli. $9
Pasta of the Day Housemade pasta with tonightâ€™s special ragout. $19
Margherita â€˜Pizzaâ€™ Fresh mozzarella on housemade flatbread with ripened tomatoes and basil. $9
Meatloaf â€˜Cup Cakeâ€™ Whipped potato â€˜frostingâ€™ and seasonal veggies. $14
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