In reflecting on our season, and the success this team enjoyed, we realize there are many people we need to thank.
To the editor: First and foremost, town government exists as a representative of the resident community – the citizen taxpayers who pay the salaries and benefits to those who provide the necessary services to the same residents in matters of their well being.
To the editor: There has been a great deal of concern and upset about Hope, the black Labrador retriever that was found severely underweight in the freezing temperatures of Lysander, and her feline companion, who succumbed to the cold.
To the editor: Be part of the Second Annual Good Samaritan 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, April 11, at Long Branch Park in Liverpool. The goal of this faith-based family event is to encourage volunteering and to provide additional funding for Christian Health Service of Syracuse (CHSOS), a not-for-profit medical facility at 3200 Burnet Ave.
As an elected councilor in the town of Lysander, I would like to personally invite every resident that has any questions or concerns with their town government to attend my first town hall meeting scheduled for March 5.
To the editor: “Lysander Citizens United” began in the year 2014 as resident opposition to the establishment of a treatment facility for severely emotionally disturbed young boys on Doyle Road. We are still in existence and are active.
Former Lysander town councilor Russ Johnson weighs in on suit by the town's former dog warden.
To the editor: Over the last few weeks, we have read various views on the Lysander Town Board meetings and some of the councilors’ wishes to change the way meeting minutes are kept. I have attended a vast majority of the work sessions and board meetings since January 2011, ran for town office on two occasions and have recently become a member of the Lysander Republican Committee after petitioning this past summer for the position. I feel that a more neutral position and summation needs to be written.
To the editor: Baldwinsville is an incredibly generous community. In addition to municipal support, Canton Woods Senior Center receives support from local businesses and service organizations throughout the year.
To the editor: The Greater Baldwinsville Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the businesses and people who contributed in making the Dec. 6 annual tree lighting a success.
To the editor: As the elected town clerk of the town of Lysander, I find it extremely important to respond to a recent article in the Baldwinsville Messenger entitled “Lysander town officials squabble over meeting minutes.” I want to assure the people of Lysander that the minutes that I prepare of any and all town board meetings accurately reflect what transpired at those meetings.
To the editor: Many of you, I’m sure, have read the recent article that appeared in the Baldwinsville Messenger entitled “Lysander town officials squabble over meeting minutes.” As one of your elected town councilors I felt compelled to respond.
To the editor: On Nov. 27, the Baldwinsville Central School District Marching Band had the privilege of representing Baldwinsville, Central New York and the entire state of New York in the 2014 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. This great honor would not have been possible without the support of the Baldwinsville community, as well as the surrounding CNY communities.
To the editor: Cub Scout Pack 71 would like to thank the Baldwinsville community for supporting our popcorn fundraiser.
To the editor: I am writing to thank the constituents of the 120th Assembly District for providing me the honor of representing them in the New York State Assembly.