The final guideline also states the planning board will be the agency that determines the most appropriate form of connectivity at the existing right-of-way between the South Village and South Meadows neighborhoods.
In other board news:
—The recent inclusion of additional benches on Albany Street was discussed. The public gave their opinions, and the board solicited suggestions for future placement and changes to the village code, which Trustee Peggy Van Arnam said was lacking in substance in regards to public sidewalk benches.
—Caz High School senior and Boy Scout Nick Mahoney was granted permission to construct a volleyball court at Lakeside Park. His plans, which he created as part of his Eagle Scout project, include an 80-foot by 50-foot sand surface and two poles next to the pushball track. He hopes to have the project completed before winter, or at the latest by May 16. Trustees said a volleyball court will fit well, and charged Mahoney to work with DPW Administrator Bill Carr to discuss maintenance.
—An inter-municipal agreement with the town of Cazenovia was unanimously adopted. The two agencies will share services: the town will pay Dog Control Officer Gordon Baker, while the village will supply a vehicle.
—Stacey Jones was granted permission to conduct her annual Cazenovia Historic Ghost Walk on village sidewalks Oct. 13, 19, 20, 27 and 28.
—Cazenovia Children’s House was granted permission to hold its ninth annual Chili Chilly Run along village streets at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 6, 2013.
Pierce Smith is editor of the Cazenovia Republican. He can be reached at 434-8889 ext. 338 or email@example.com