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Macker on the move

Annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament to relocate to C-NS

After five years at Drivers Village, the annual Cicero Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament will move to Cicero-North Syracuse High School this summer.

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Yahnundasis hires new golf course personnel

Yahnundasis has recently announced the hiring of two seasoned golf professionals at one of Central New York’s most prestigious golf courses.

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Tennant hired as new broker for CBRE | Syracuse

Brian Tennant, of Manlius, has joined the team at CBRE | Syracuse as a commercial real estate sales/leasing associate.

Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce to hold 13th annual golf tournament in July

The Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its 13th annual golf tournament on July 20. The tournament will be held at the Cazenovia Golf Club, on Rt. 92, in Cazenovia for a 1 p.m. tee off.

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Lounsbury honored by downstate agents’ group

Cazenovia Insurance executive and school board member receives award for ‘unselfish dedication and commitment’

Lisa K. Lounsbury, CAE, AAI, senior vice-president of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of New York, in DeWitt, received the Bob Morris Award from a downstate insurance agents’ group last week. The Tri-County Independent Insurance Agents Association presented the award to her during a ceremony at its annual installation dinner, held June 15 in Carle Place, N.Y.

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Incoming housing development South Meadow unveils first speculation house

The first house in the South Meadow housing development was constructed last week — the first step in what the development company says will be a new offering of moderately priced housing in the village.

Town of Manlius moves to reduce size of planning board

The Manlius Town Board voted 4-3 last week to draft a local law resolution to reduce the number of planning board members from seven to five.

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LETTER: Don’t allow asphalt plant in Cicero

To the editor: Thank you for the opportunity to express my opposition to the proposed construction of an asphalt plant on Northern Boulevard, in the town of Cicero.

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REMEMBERING CLAY: Influence of brewing on early America and Clay, part III

The community life of New York was further enhanced when Albany was given its own charter in 1688 by New York Gov. Thomas Dongan. Now a city, it was completely separate from the Patroon. It created a council of aldermen who controlled trade, including trade with the natives, as well as the sale of beer and operation of taverns. Those citizens associated with brewing families were given influential positions in the new government. The Dutch were allowed to keep their autonomy and thrived well into the last half of the 1770s.

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LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: ‘Refined’ tattoos offered at village’s Artisan Chair

Turns out the Artisan Chair is a tattoo studio, but one that promises “refined ink and distinguished art.” No, this isn’t your granddaddy’s tattoo parlor. You won’t generally see clipper ship images, tigers, anchors and daggers at the Artisan Chair. You’re more likely to choose an abstract colorscape or a tree of life complete or a lovely portrait of your favorite movie star, athlete or pop artist.

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Village of Liverpool updates noise ordinance

At its May 18 meeting, the Liverpool village board of trustees concluded a public hearing about proposed Local Law B to amend the village noise ordinance Under Section 258-6 of the village code.

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Cicero residents hit pause on stop signs

While Cicero Police Chief Joseph Snell recommended that the town install a stop sign on the northwest corner of Matilda Gage and Asa Eastwood, neighborhood residents said at a June 10 public hearing that they wanted to see more enforcement of speed limits rather than more signage.

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FROM THE ASSEMBLY: Governor moves from ‘three men in a room’ to ‘one-man parlor’

It is not a secret that New York is a challenging state in which to do business because of our high taxes and oppressive regulatory scheme. Some, but not all, of these policies originate out of New York City which faces different demographics and economic conditions than we do in Upstate New York.

Stewart’s Shops looks to expand to B’ville

Stewart’s Shops is looking to set down its stakes in Baldwinsville. The eastern New York-based convenience store chain known for its ice cream, which opened its first Syracuse-area shop on Morgan Road in the town of Clay in October 2014, is in talks with the village’s planning board to build a 3,975-square-foot shop at 120 Oswego St. If all goes well, the store and gas station will be open this fall.

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It’s fun to stay at the YMCA

Northwest Family YMCA celebrates opening week

Half an hour before the facility’s 5:30 a.m. opening June 8, new members of the Northwest Family YMCA began lining up at the door of Onondaga County’s newest — and biggest — YMCA.