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Four 70-foot light towers were installed on Field One at the Sean Googin Memorial Sports Complex in Cazenovia this summer. A small group of neighbors initially opposed the light construction, but ultimately the plan was approved. The lights were first switched on during a June 2 ceremony.

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Field lighting variance decision for sports complex held until November

Close to 100 unhappy residents crowded into the truck bay of the Skaneateles Fire Hall last week for a Zoning Board of Appeals public hearing on a light variance request from Victory Sports Medicine Enterprises for its planned 99-acre sports complex off Route 20. The variance would allow the complex to have 17 poles with 70-to-90 foot athletic field lights.


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