continued Renner became a police officer in the village in 1983. In January 2004 he received a letter of commendation for his “alertness and prompt action” that interrupted a robbery in progress. In February 2008 he was awarded the Police Meritorious Service Medal for actions that saved the life of a fellow police officer.
For his diligence, his friendly, caring and courteous demeanor, and his 26 years on the police force, the board resolved to “sincerely express its genuine gratitude to Reid R. Renner for his capable, dependable and committed service and does earnestly wish him many, many years of fishing, boating, traveling and the good life of retirement.”
—The board stated that it has received one application for the vacant seat on the Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission. That application, from Carol Young, also received multiple letters of support. The board referred the application to the HLPC for its consideration, and will make the final appointment to the board at its Nov. 10 meeting.
— Resident Jim Lanning informed the board of his project to launch the first annual Davey Oram Memorial Ice Dishing Derby on Skaneateles Lake, to be held in conjunction with Skaneateles WinterFest 2012. The derby will be the first in a series of fundraising events with the ultimate goal to purchase of a piece of land somewhere in the local area to preserve as a forever wild conservation area.
—The board rescheduled its second November meeting from 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 24, to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28 to avoid a conflict with the Thanksgiving holiday.
Jason Emerson is editor of the Skaneateles Press. He can be reached at email@example.com.