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Ithaca developers seek NY funds for hostel, apartments

Ithaca developers seek NY funds for hostel, apartments
Several local developers, including one for a notable project on the Ithaca Commons, are vying for a share of a state funds. Nine proposals for development in Ithaca are eligible for the $50 million Restore New York’s Communities Initiative funds up for grabs this year. Several local developers, including one for a notable project on the Ithaca Commons, are vying... more

Public urged to weigh in on model septic law for Canandaigua Lake communities

Public urged to weigh in on model septic law for Canandaigua Lake communities
The next meeting to inform and gather public input about a proposed model law governing onsite wastewater systems around Canandaigua Lake is set for Aug. 15. Presenters will include Canandaigua Lake Watershed Program Manager Kevin Olvany and George Barden, Canandaigua Lake Watershed Inspector.The next meeting to inform and gather public input about a proposed model law governing onsite wastewater systems... more

Cayuga County couple in TV ad: Rep. John Katko will continue fight against heroin epidemic

Cayuga County couple in TV ad: Rep. John Katko will continue fight against heroin epidemic
John and Tina Socci have told their story many times before, whether it's in media interviews or at community forums. Now, voters in the 24th Congressional District will hear it when U.S. Rep. John Katko's new ad hits the airwaves.John and Tina Socci have told their story many times before, whether it's in media interviews or at community forums. Now,... more

Town, Village to Meet on EMS Billing in Trumansburg

Town, Village to Meet on EMS Billing in Trumansburg
The Village of Trumansburg sent a subtle yet distinct message to the Town of Ulysses in regard to the village’s new Emergency Medical Services (EMS) billing proposal. That message: Deal with it.The Village of Trumansburg sent a subtle yet distinct message to the Town of Ulysses in regard to the village’s new Emergency Medical Services (EMS) billing proposal. That message:... more

City of Auburn to hold public hearing on Community Development Block sidewalks

City of Auburn to hold public hearing on Community Development Block sidewalks
The City of Auburn will hold a public hearing this week concerning the installation of new Community Development Block Grant-funded sidewalks.The City of Auburn will hold a public hearing this week concerning the installation of new Community Development Block Grant-funded sidewalks. Read More more

Special Meeting turns chaotic in Seneca Falls

It was a chaotic 17 minutes in Seneca Falls on Friday.The special meeting held Friday afternoon was brief, but started like most of the meetings this year. The sole item on the agenda was the issue of possible litigation from Seneca Meadows, which would require the Seneca Falls Town Board entering executive session. According to Seneca Falls Attorney Pat Morrell,... more

Helming endorses Donald Trump for President

On Thursday, New York State Senate candidate Pam Helming announced that she would be endorsing Donald Trump for President calling him a “leader who will shatter the status quo and fight to make America great again. “Helming is running to replace long-serving state Senator Michael Nozzolio in the 54th District threw her support behind the New York businessman on the... more

Inside the FLX: Geneva City Councilman Mark Gramling

  eneva City Councilor Mark Gramling has only been in office for a little more than seven months. That doesn’t mean he hasn’t learned a lot in that time. As the first African American City Councilor elected, Gramling has many residents hoping that he can be the change they’ve longed to see become a reality in Geneva – while being... more

Cuomo announces $15 minimum wage for SUNY employees

Cuomo announces $15 minimum wage for SUNY employees
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced plans to raise minimum wage at state-run universities across the state. While the hike will not be instant, it will be felt slowly over the course of the next several years — with SUNY employees joining other state employees who will now be receiving $9.75 per hour this year. The executive action was announced at... more

Nozzolio on Seneca Meadows Landfill: Town has the power, authority

Nozzolio on Seneca Meadows Landfill: Town has the power, authority
The town of Seneca Falls is “clearly” the only appropriate government entity with the power and authority to compel Seneca Meadows Landfill to comply with town law, the host benefits agreement, site plans, permits, land use questions…The town of Seneca Falls is “clearly” the only appropriate government entity with the power and authority to compel Seneca Meadows Landfill to comply... more

Petitioners at Town of Seneca Falls Board Meeting (video)

Petitioners at Town of Seneca Falls Board Meeting (video)
Several petitioners spoke before the Seneca Falls Town Council at their regular March Town Board Meeting on Tuesday night, March 1, 2016 on the subject of Seneca Meadows Landfill and the town’s host agreement. Video by Tera Erway, FingerLakes1.com NewsSeveral petitioners spoke before the Seneca Falls Town Council at their regular March Town Board Meeting on Tuesday night, March 1,... more
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