To the editor: The other day, my wife took me to the Cicero Denny’s to celebrate my birthday. W
To the editor: The flashing yellow light at the corner of State Route 31 and Cicero Center Road will be converted this year to a three-color traffic signal. I am pleased that this is finally going to happen.
To the editor: To the residents of the village of North Syracuse: I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for selecting me to represent the village as mayor.
To the editor: ACR Health wants to publicly thank Outback Steakhouse of Clay for generously hosting the $500 Club Party for people raising $500 or more at the 23rd annual AIDS Walk/Run, held June 7 at Beaver Lake Nature Center.
To the editor: Help, oh, please help. Please take a field trip to the eastern shore of Onondaga Lake and see what Bill Lansley’s authorized tactics of “letting the weeds grow” has done to this shoreline.
To the editor: Well, Gary Butterfield is mayor and he gets to name whoever he wants as trustee, which will provide balance to village government. One party rule kills all levels of local government. The new board will have at least one old member who pays no property tax and probably no income taxes to the state or federal government.
Trustees-elect Diane Browning and Pat Gustafson express their gratitude to voters.
To the editor: I am delighted Ed Szczesniak wants to represent the third district in the Onondaga County Legislature.
To the editor: The 30th annual Strawberry Social sponsored by the Friends of Northern Onondaga Public Library at Cicero was held on June 4. We wish to thank everyone who helped to make the evening a real success.
To the editor: Thank you for the opportunity to express my opposition to the proposed construction of an asphalt plant on Northern Boulevard, in the town of Cicero.
Several readers wrote in with their opinions about the North Syracuse elections:
To the editor: To whom it may concern, You must feel very patriotic having taken the American flag from in front of our home at 315 Viking Place, Liverpool, during Memorial Day week.
To the editor: Well, I got my village tax bill today, and to all of you responsible for the tax increase, get out of Dodge. I will be voting on Election Day for Butterfield for mayor (he pays a lot of village tax) and Gustafson and Gaiser for trustee, the new players in the game.
To the editor: I must admit I know very little about politics, in particular what is involved in a political campaign.
To the editor: As many of you who live in North Syracuse know, village elections are scheduled for June 16. After being involved in village politics for over 15 years, Jack Gaiser has decided to run for village trustee.