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Three to vie for gavel

Danaher, Hughes, Palazzoli announce candidacy for Fayetteville justice

Jim grew up on a farm on Palmer Hill in Manlius and is a 1972 Fayetteville-Manlius High School graduate. Jim and his wife, Carol, have lived at 113 Sheffield Lane since 1992. Their children, David and Emily, graduated from FM in 2003 and 2006 respectively.

Jim served as the attorney for the Fayetteville Village Board from 1992 to 2004 and is a partner with the Hancock Estabrook law firm. Jim has been practicing law for over 33 years.

The election for Fayetteville Village Justice will take place on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at the Fayetteville Village office, 425 E. Genesee St., Fayetteville, NY.

Hughes, a partner at Hancock Estabrook, LLP., has been a full-time practicing attorney for 33 years. He is a former Fayetteville Village Attorney with experience in justice court practice and procedure. He received his juris doctor degree in 1979 from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law after completing his undergraduate studies at both Onondaga Community College and SUNY Buffalo.

He is an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association and mediator for the United States District Court.

A parishioner at Christ Episcopal Church in Manlius, he has established and coordinated the hayrides at the Fayetteville Tree Lighting and is a former member of the Fayetteville Senior Center Board of Directors.

Kristin Palazzoli

“I have been a resident of the village of Fayetteville since 1996,” Palazzoli said. “My husband, Dan Tyrel, and I have four children who attend FM schools. We are extremely active in local organizations and school activities. Given our active community involvement, I have built countless personal and professional ties to the community in the past 17 years. I believe in the local model of government and I believe I am the best choice for the job of village justice.”

Palazzoli attended Syracuse Law School.

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