The Cazenovia village board last week released a proposed local law to change the zoning of the Riverside Drive/Chittenenago Creek corridor behind the public library in its attempt to improve the undeveloped area.
Local eatery Café at 407 unveiled its new menu and welcomed coffee-drinkers and crafters alike at its fifth anniversary celebration on Dec. 5. Community members gathered for $0.05 coffee and a “handmade market” of several Central New York artisans who shared their locally made wares.
A new travel agency has been established in Cazenovia: Cazenovia Travel LLC, doing business as CazTravel.com, owned and operated by Ching Brennan. Their telephone and internet operations are presently home-based, but will eventually locate in the Cazenovia business district.
Also approves new law to reduce number of trustees on board
After approving a new law in September to allow brew pubs to exist in the village of Manlius, the village board last week unanimously voted to approve the application of the Menikheim family to create a brew pub at 315 East Seneca St.
Cazenovians love their local farmers market so much that they want it available more than once a month. So two local entrepreneurs have created a second farmers market that will host its inaugural market on Saturday, Dec. 6, in the showroom of Cazenovia Cutblock on Route 20 East.
Toy inventor Geoff Roesch, a native of Cazenovia, will air his new bedtime toy brand, Starshine Watchdogs, live on QVC at noon this Thursday, Nov. 27.
Partnerships are vital in today’s economy. But what really speaks volumes about the overall generosity of a community is when small businesses work together to help advance the goals of a local nonprofit.
Result of company restructuring
Saab Sensis Corporation President Ken Kaminski has resigned from his position and the company has recently announced a restructuring in their air traffic management sector, which will eliminate 27 jobs at their DeWitt based headquarters.
The second annual Literary Cake-off event brought great creativity and baking skills to the Manlius Library on Nov. 16.
When her husband, Joe, was diagnosed with food allergies, Annette Scripa found grocery shopping a lot harder than it used to be. It was difficult for her to find food that not only kept her family healthy but tasted good, too. Enter Green Planet Grocery, a small but growing local chain of organic grocery stores. Brent Lewis opened Green Planet’s flagship store in Oswego in 2004. Six years later, a Fairmount location followed. And now, as of Oct. 18, Cicero is home to a Green Planet as well, thanks to Lewis and the Scripas.
Roth Global Plastics, a leading manufacturer of residential septic and rainwater tanks, is extending its lease at the Salina Industrial Powerpark until 2024. This is Roth’s second lease extension since moving into the park in 2003. The Revitalizing Auto Communities Environmental Response (RACER) Trust held an open house at the Powerpark Oct. 30 to announce Roth’s lease renewal and showcase available office space to local businesses.
Petition in favor of ‘saving’ the business receives more than 200 signatures
Pascale Bakehouse in Fayetteville is moving to DeWitt — the result of neighbor complaints and a village of Fayetteville mandate that would be cost prohibitive for the business.
The Greater Baldwinsville Chamber of Commerce has selected MaryAnne Williams as its new executive director. Williams began in her new role earlier this month. She succeeds Sharon Reiser, who served as the GBCC’s executive director for four years.
Proposed commercial development on North Burdick Street in Fayetteville approved to continue planning process
The Fayetteville Village Board last week gave a green light to a local developer to continue refining his plans to build an 8,000-square-foot commercial development across North Burdick Street from the Towne Center at Fayetteville.
Early next month, about 150 guests at the Anheuser-Busch brewery in Baldwinsville will clink their glasses to celebrate the American Cancer Society and its ongoing mission to raise money and awareness for cancer research and prevention. Hops for Hope returns to B’ville for its third year Nov. 6.