Manlius, Fayetteville residents with Bond, Schoeneck & King named 2015 Upstate New York ‘Super Lawyers’
Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC is pleased to announce that six Manlius and three Fayetteville residents in Bond's Syracuse office that have been recognized in the 2015 “Upstate New York Super Lawyers” list.
The CNY Regional Planning and Development Board is developing a Regional Recreation and Heritage Plan to improve local quality of life and revive regional economic growth by guiding future improvements to the connectivity of existing regional recreational and heritage resources and by augmenting regional identity through recommendations for a wayfinding system to guide future visitors. They are holding a public meeting in Cazenovia soon.
Judge upholds eight of 10 town conditions for winery to construct new events building
The Cazenovia Town Planning Board has the legal right to impose nearly all of the conditions it included in its site plan approval for Owera Vineyards’ proposed new event center on its East Lake Road property and, if the owners of Owera find these conditions too onerous, their best recourse may be to relocate their operations to a town parcel more appropriately zoned for the commercial activity in which the winery seeks to engage. This was the opinion of Acting State Supreme Court Justice Dennis K. McDermott in his Aug. 26 decision on Owera’s Article 78 lawsuit against the town of Cazenovia.
Manlius Family Barbershop, a locally-owned business that provides walk-in haircuts and stylings for all ages, recently relocated to the Limestone Commons in Manlius between Murphy’s Specialized Pastry and the Dollar Tree.
Bousquet Holstein PLLC has announced that eight of the firm’s attorneys have been named to the 2015 issue of “New York Super Lawyers – Upstate Edition.” They include: David A. Holstein, Steven A. Paquette, Christine Woodcock Dettor, Paul M. Predmore, and L. Micha Ordway. In addition, Emilee Lawson Hatch, Cecelia R.S. Cannon and Aaron D. Frishman have been designated as “Upstate New York Super Lawyers Rising Stars.”
Upstate Medical University’s newest Empire Innovation Scholar, Wei-Dong Yao, Ph.D., is studying the fundamental underpinnings of how some of the world’s most vexing diseases, such as schizophrenia and autism, affect the brain. Yao resides in Manlius.
Supporters of the Cazenovia Forum will have the opportunity to demonstrate their trivia skills as part of a New York City style pub quiz fundraising event to be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Route 20 Sofa Company in Nelson.
Five Cazenovia residents who are practicing attorneys with Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC in Syracuse have recently been recognized as some of the best lawyers in the state and in the country by their peers.
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the governor’s decision to convene a wage board for the purposes of considering increasing the minimum wage for fast food workers to $15 an hour.
For the past 66 years, villagers have banked at Seneca Savings at 105 Second St. On Monday, Aug. 31, it will open a new location on Route 57 in the town of Clay.
The Manlius Art Cinema is proud to host the Central New York’s screenings of the Royal National Theatre of London. The next production will be “The Audience,” starring Helen Mirren.
The Manlius Art Cinema is proud to host the Central New York’s screenings of the Royal National Theatre of London. The next production will be “The Audience,” starring Helen Mirren. “The Audience” will be presented at 11 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 20. Encore performances will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24, and at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26.
About 75 representatives from local businesses and organizations from across Central New York last week gathered at Owera Vineyards in Cazenovia to enjoy food, wine and networking at the second annual Chamber Night, which was organized by the Greater Manlius Chamber of Commerce.
After 23 years in New Woodstock, Kyle Doan has recently relocated his chiropractic office into the White Lilacs building in downtown Cazenovia and has added a second chiropractor to his practice.
With election season gearing up, candidates for office in the town of Cicero have disclosed their financials to the state.