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LETTER: Thanks to Tassone for help in village initiatives

To the editor: On behalf of the village of Liverpool and the village board of trustees, I would like to publicly thank our county legislator, Judy Tassone, for her assistance with two recent initiatives in the village of Liverpool.

LETTER: Could the town board consider the old Friendly’s property for new town hall?

To the editor: After reading about the possible relocation of the town offices and police department in the July 2 edition of the Eagle Bulletin (“Manlius Town Board may be considering potential sites for a new town hall,”) the first thought I had was leave the offices where they are on Brooklea Drive and move the police department to the corner of Routes 5 and 257 - the former Friendly’s ice cream location.

LETTER: Cuomo abandoned children, schools when he abandoned tax credit

To the editor: Andrew Cuomo let down New York's school children by abandoning the education tax credit, even after he promised to pass it this session.

LETTER: Thanks from local food pantries

To the editor: St. Joseph the Worker and Immaculate Heart of Mary Food Pantries would like to thank those who support our food pantries and our goal to eliminate hunger in our community. There was a U.S. Postal Service food drive that took place this spring. The Liverpool community responded with overwhelming generosity. We also have food drives at Nichols Grocery Store in Liverpool. Although we regularly thank Nichols we really need to thank the people who donate at the food drives.

LETTERS: Cuomo fails to follow through with promise

To the editor: Andrew Cuomo let down New York’s school children by abandoning the education tax credit, even after he promised to pass it this session.

LETTERS: No new gas tax

To the editor: Recently, Dan Maffei released another one of his studies full of pre-election goodies, this time detailing 15 pages of new spending on local infrastructure.

LETTERS: B'ville Concert Series Partnership says thank you

To the editor: The Baldwinsville Concert Series Partnership would like to thank the many businesses and individuals who donated to help put on the upcoming Tuesday evening free summer concert series.

LETTERS: Baldwinsville Concert Series Partnership says thank you

To the editor: The Baldwinsville Concert Series Partnership would like to thank the many businesses and individuals who donated to help put on the upcoming Tuesday evening free summer concert series.

LETTERS: Keep the Ball Rolling (KBR) 2014 was a huge success

To the editor: Baker High School seniors and their guests attended Keep the Ball Rolling (KBR), the all-night alcohol/drug-free celebration which took place immediately following Baker High School’s senior ball on Saturday, May 31.

Letters: No evidence of illegal meeting

To the editor: At the June 9 Lysander Town Board meeting, Councilor [Melinda] Shimer asked for an update on my investigation of an illegal meeting that allegedly took place several weeks prior. I want to say that I did not observe Councilor Shimer after reviewing the security footage on the camera angles that were provided to me.

LETTER: No new gas tax

To the editor: Recently, Dan Maffei released another one of his studies full of pre-election goodies, this time detailing 15 pages of new spending on local infrastructure. I support investing in the maintenance and upgrade of our transportation systems and public infrastructure — it’s vital to our quality of life and our economy.

LETTER: Thanks to those who helped with After the Ball party

To the editor: On June 1, from midnight to 3:30 a.m., more than 300 Cicero-North Syracuse students attended the After the Ball Party at C-NS High School. This event provided our students with entertainment, refreshments and the opportunity to win numerous valuable prizes, including a car generously donated for the 25th year by Burdick Toyota. If it weren’t for the many amazing businesses, organizations and individuals who provided donations, this event designed to keep our kids safe on ball night would not be possible.

LETTER: Thanks for participation in Strawberry Social

To the editor: The 29th annual Strawberry Social sponsored by the Friends of Northern Onondaga Public Library at Cicero was held on June 5. We wish to thank everyone who helped make the evening a real success. A special thank you to the following Cicero businesses: Wegmans, Target, Wal-Mart, Price Chopper, Byrne Dairy, Thee Diner, Sprinkles Ice Cream and Spera’s Country Market for their generous donations. Another thank you to the Cicero Town Parks and Recreation Department for their time and effort on behalf of the library.

LETTER: No bench at East Syracuse Veteran’s Park?

To the editor: I am a Vietnam veteran. When I am in East Syracuse, I almost always stop at the war monument. For me, it’s time to reflect and I have met many other veterans there who served in Vietnam and Korea. But I’m wondering, why is there no bench there anymore? Even a wooden bench, like the ones around the village would be nice.

LETTER: Make tax office aware of property changes

To the editor: Are you a new property owner? Did you purchase your property in the last few months? Have you paid off your mortgage recently? Have you had a change in your name? Your tax office needs to hear from you so that we can get your taxes to you.