To the editor: Recent news articles and letters to the editor, along with comments at Cicero Town Hall and in the community, indicate there is a good deal of misunderstanding regarding the decision by the Cicero Board of Ethics that found the former town supervisor guilty of a conflict of interest and subsequent litigation seeking her removal from office.
To the editor: Over the last two years, the town of Cicero has been fighting for its life. For most of the people in CNY, this is no big surprise, as many communities are fighting hard to stay afloat. With reports stating that Cicero will be bankrupt by 2019, we have had one single hope: Councilman Mike Becallo.
To the editor: Each year, more than 4 million homeless pets are killed because of overpopulation. Families who adopt from shelters or rescue groups can help save these lives and support the growing trend of socially responsible holiday shopping. You will make room in shelters for other homeless animals as well as give an animal another chance for a family. You give the gift of life by adopting homeless pets rather than buying from breeders or pet stores. Animals from pet stores usually come from kitten or puppy mills, where animals live in horrible conditions.
To the editor: It has been with honor and pleasure that I have had the opportunity to work with Supervisor Jessica Zambrano for the past two years.
To the editor: The article titled “Cicero tax levy jumps nearly 12 percent” in the Star-Review (posted online on Nov. 24) discussed the 2016 budget vote.
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.
To the editor: I want to sincerely thank everyone in the town of Cicero who supported me in my campaign for town supervisor.
To the editor: I would like to thank everyone who came out to vote on Election Day in the Town of Salina.
To the editor: I want to express my appreciation to all the voters I met while campaigning who encouraged me to use my experience to better their lives in Onondaga County. I would have been deeply honored to represent and serve the residents of the Third District. It’s something I would not have taken lightly or for granted. I appreciate the support from all the people who voted for and supported me.
To the editor: There was an article on page B3 of the Oct. 28 issue titled “Take Precautions Before Firing up the Furnace for the Winter.”
To the editor: Liverpool, specifically Onondaga Lake, will be missing a very prominent figure. The recent plan, after retiring with 40 years at Roth Steel and acquiring a pacemaker/defibrillator, was to move from Liverpool to Auburn, Maine to join family in late October. Lynn Arnold, known to everyone as Arnie, was seen on a regular basis riding his bike up and down the paths at Onondaga Lake, weather permitting. Last summer, he clocked an amazing 2,500 miles on that path, biking faithfully, sometimes with his good friend, Vince. His goal for this year was 3,000 miles (at the age of 74), but Arnie’s health prevented him from reaching that goal.
To the Editor: I am writing this letter to express my support for Mark Vanesky’s candidacy for Supervisor in the Town of Cicero.
To the editor: It’s difficult to express in such a small space how appreciative the Alzheimer’s Association is for the community’s generosity at the 2015 Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
To the editor: At a Cicero preliminary budget review and public hearing held Oct. 14, information was presented with reference to the Department of Zoning and Planning (Codes). It was stated that the codes department only issued three new home construction building permits and as a result the director’s job should be eliminated.
LETTER: Burtis for Legislature To the editor: I am writing to show my endorsement for Tim Burtis for Third District, Onondaga County Legislature. As our legislator he already knows the issues, already knows the people and is creating meaningful results, such as the recent funding he secured for town of Cicero improvements and the Brewerton revitalization project.