Letters to the Editor


LETTER: Thank you for making Winterfest a success

Letter to the editor from the Feb. 5, 2014 edition of the Skaneateles Press.

LETTER: Thanks to Scouts for help with book and bake sale

To the editor: The Friends of the Library, from Cicero's Northern Onondaga Public Library, would like to extend a big thank you to Boy Scout Troop 116. Scoutmaster Scott Watterud and his troop volunteered to help us with last October's sale, and they have happily agreed to help us again with our upcoming Valentine's Day Book and Bake Sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 8.

Owera Vineyards owner responds to editorial and criticism


To the editor: In June of last year, we opened Owera Vineyards on East Lake Road with the best of intentions. Our plan was to contribute to our local community and economy by developing a beautiful farm winery that produced and sold local products. We also hoped to create a business for our family. It was never our intention to cause any concerns or disruptions for our neighbors.

LETTER: Bread donation yields thanks

To the editor: On behalf of the CanTeen and the Cicero Senior Center, I would like to thank Mrs. Heidi Hobbs and her seventh grade Family and Consumer Science classes at Gillette Road Middle School for their very generous donation of well over 70 loaves of delicious homemade bread that the students baked.

LETTER: Start application process for projects now

Letter to the editor from the Jan. 15 edition of the Skaneateles Press.

LETTER: Volleyball coach thanks community for support

Letter to the editor from the Jan. 8 edition of the Skaneateles Press.

LETTER: An Auburn connection to Disney

Letter to the editor from the Jan. 8 edition of the Skaneateles Press.

LETTER: Cicero neighbors: Get involved in town business

To the editor: Dear Cicero neighbor, Thank you again for your vote and support this past November.

Cazenovia school district renovations are nonsense


To the editor: The district’s Referendum Newsletter says “… will ask residents to approve a $7.4 million proposal to renovate and upgrade existing infrastructure in all three school buildings.”

Community support keeps Caz looking great


To the editor: A hearty thank you to those who supported the Cazenovia Garden Club's annual holiday sale. It is proceeds from this sale and also from the garden club’s spring plant sale that fund the seasonal projects that make Caz look great throughout the year. The wreaths and garlands that adorn Albany Street in December, the beautiful flower pots and window boxes in spring and summer and the evergreen arrangements that look great throughout the winter are all garden club projects.

Zoning lawyer appalled by Owera actions


To the editor: I'm a long-time Caz resident and a zoning lawyer. I'm appalled at how Owera Vineyards has manipulated the right-to-farm law to create a catering business that steals from its residential neighbors by robbing them of their peace and quiet.

LETTER: Thank you for supporting guild luncheon

Letter to the editor.

Thanks to Project Café for toy shop fundraiser


To the editor: I am writing to thank Project Café for the wonderful “Toy Shop” fundraiser organized by students and parent volunteers on Dec 13 and 14.

Excited about Hilltop historic recognition


To the editor: It is exciting to read of the addition of Dorothy Reister’s house at the Stone Quarry Hill Art Park to the State Register of Historic Places. This listing provides official recognition of buildings throughout the state and nation that are cultural resources worthy of preservation.

Thanks for the wonderful welcome to Cazenovia


To the editor: I would like to thank the community of Cazenovia for giving me such a wonderful welcome since I opened my new business, Fred’s Barber Shop, in the Town and Country Plaza in September.