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Three to vie for gavel

Danaher, Hughes, Palazzoli announce candidacy for Fayetteville justice

“So while I believe it's very important to have legal experience for the role of Village Justice, which I believe that I have, I also place great value on strength of character and commitment to our community. I will always strive for both justice and compassion when dealing with the cases in front of me. I will always strive to be a role model for the children in our community. I feel it is my duty as the Village Judge to ensure that the residents of the Village of Fayetteville feel confident that justice is being served when I am on the bench. As Village Justice, I will always be an advocate for the best quality of life possible for the people in our Village.”

In addition to working a acting village justice, Danaher has been a partner in Shulman, Curtin & Grundner, P.C., Attorneys at Law since 1996.

He received his Juris Doctorate Cum Laude in 1996 from Albany Law School of Union University and a bachelor’s degree in business administration cum laude in 1990 from LeMoyne College.

His community involvement includes membership in both the New York State and Onondaga County Bar Associations, volunteering at St. Lucy’s Food Pantry, working as Fayetteville-Manlius Youth Basketball Board Member and Treasurer, and coaching FM Youth Soccer, Youth Basketball and Travel Basketball. He is a member of Immaculate Conception Church, the Greater Manlius Chamber of Business and is a former member of the Fayetteville-Manlius Foundation Board of Trustees.

He and his wife of almost 20 years, Annette, have four children, Abe, 15, Mia, 13, Jed, 11 and Max, 7.

Jim Hughes

“I was raised here and we raised our family here,” said Jim Hughes, a longtime village resident. “This is our home and I believe I can contribute to our quality of life by serving as our village judge. Judge Miller did so with distinction and I hope that I can do the same.”

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