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Village, town discuss sanitary sewers, dog control

— The two boards told the public that their respective attorneys are currently reviewing the current laws, with plans to move forward on creating a formal agreement for dog control within the municipalities.

In other board news:

—The Cazenovia Village Board unanimously appointed Kerry Bishal as the full-time court clerk. Bishal, a Chittenango resident, is currently a part-time court clerk for the town of Sullivan. She will hold regular hours in the Cazenovia Village Office, as well as be on hand during evening court dates.

—Village trustees unanimously approved the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation’s Green Innovation Grant Program Grant Agreement, regarding the village’s stormwater harvesting project. Trustee Peggy Van Arnam said this new agreement offers the village more resources and the liberty to approach the project as they wish, “I think we’re in a better position than we were,” she said.

—Payment was approved for the work done on Carpenter’s Barn, which is expected to conclude in the coming weeks.

—Doug Shepperd, of Cazenovia, spoke to village trustees regarding interest his company has expressed in developing the Trush Building, located at the southern end of Cazenovia Lake. Shepperd said the building, which has been vacant for more than 30 years, has the potential to be developed into residential and commercial space.

Pierce Smith is editor of the Cazenovia Republican. He can be reached at 434-8889 ext. 338 or editor@cazenoviarepublican.com.

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