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LETTER: A hearty thank-you to all

To the editor: On behalf of the B’ville Big Chill Planning Committee, we would like to thank everyone who supported the ninth annual B’ville Big Chill.

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LETTER: Vote no on BCSD referendum

To the editor: I will be voting no on the Baldwinsville School District Capital Project, not because I don’t think any of the projects are valid, but because I have some issues with the projects and the “bundling” of projects into one referendum. 

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LETTER: Editorial includes good advice on snowmobile safety

To the editor: The January 20, 2016 edition of the Baldwinsville Messenger ran the editorial “Snowmobilers: Beware of early season conditions.” The editorial covered safety remarks made by the NYS Snowmobile Association (NYSSA) on the seasonal late start and snow cover for snowmobiling on the maintained clubs trails system. All good points of safety information, especially to “reach out to your local club for information on the trails” whose online website includes the club’s telephone (and often a snow phone) listing for trail conditions.

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LETTER: Political agendas have no place in the legislature

In 2016, I will continue to do my best to keep the nonsense from the business of county taxpayers. If I can ever help, please don’t hesitate to call and thank you again for the privilege of being your legislator. 

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LETTER: Thanks for participation in village tree lighting

To the editor: The Village of Baldwinsville Board of Trustees would like to express our thanks and gratitude to the following individuals and organizations for their holiday cheer and participation in this year’s tree lighting:

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Guest column: Melvin Farm incentive zoning application raises questions

As many local residents already know, a real estate developer, Marden Associates, has applied to the town of Lysander for approval of their plan to build 447 homes on 280 acres on property located on the “peninsula” along Hayes Road, close to the northwest end of that road. This is known as the “Melvin Farm Zoning Change Application.”

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LETTER: Lysander repaving not worth money spent

To the editor: Recently, Killoe Road and Warriors Path in the subdivisions of Holly Hill and Abbott’s Landing off of Route 370 were resurfaced at a cost to the town of Lysander taxpayers of $139,316 and $39,146 respectively per road according to the 2015 budget expenditure detail.

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LETTER: Cemeteries can remain in business thanks to town support

To the editor: The trustees and volunteers of Lysander Union Cemetery, Jacksonville Rural Cemetery and Plainville Rural Cemetery would like to thank the Lysander Town Board and the taxpayers of the town of Lysander for including in the town’s budget for 2016 money to be allocated to these three cemeteries.

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LETTER: Dell thanks voters

To the editor: I would like to extend my heartfelt appreciation to the residents of Onondaga County who exercised their right to vote on Election Day and a special thank you to those of you who voted for me for county clerk.

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LETTER: Saraceni thankful to Lysander voters

To the editor: Dear Lysander residents, Thank you for supporting my candidacy for Lysander Town Supervisor. I would also like to congratulate Peter Moore and Bob Ellis, who were honored with the opportunity to serve on the board for the next four years.

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LETTER: Thanks from Ellis

To the editor: I want to thank the voters of the town of Lysander for your overwhelming show of support in the Nov. 3 election for Lysander town councilor.

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LETTER: Moore thanks voters

To the editor: I would like to thank the residents of the town of Lysander for going to the polls on Election Day and showing their support for myself and my running mates.

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LETTER: Thank you to those who voted

To the editor: I wish to thank the residents of Van Buren who exercised their right to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 3. 

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LETTER: Thanks to those who helped after son’s stroke

To the editor: I wanted to say how thankful I am. 2015 has been the worst year of my life. My 26-year-old son suffered a devastating stroke due to an operation in August. He remains hospitalized in Schenectady. As we attempt to function and deal with the overwhelming trauma of this event, I am thankful.

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LETTER: All should attend youth gathering

To the editor: In July of 2015, I attended a youth gathering with my church, St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Baldwinsville.

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