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While most of us are trying to commit to more gym time or spending more time with family, our local municipal leaders are resolving to provide better services, more efficient government and more value for our tax dollars.

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Local leaders share New Year’s resolutions

According to a 2015 Nielsen survey, some of the most popular New Year’s resolutions among Americans are “to stay fit and healthy, to lose weight” and “to spend less [and] save more.” While on a considerably larger scale, the goals of local government leaders are to keep the northern towns and villages healthy and fiscally responsible. Read on for your municipality’s New Year’s resolutions:

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Lysander’s ‘PB&J’ share New Year’s resolutions

The town of Lysander is ringing in the new year with a new supervisor and two new town board members. Supervisor Joe Saraceni and Councilors Peter Moore and Bob Ellis shared their New Year’s resolutions for the town for 2016, as did returning Councilor Bob Geraci and Baldwinsville Mayor Dick Clarke:

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2014: What’s to come in your hometown?

We all make New Year’s resolutions, even our elected leaders. But while most of us are trying to commit to more gym time or spending more time with family, our local municipal leaders are resolving to provide better services, more efficient government and more value for our tax dollars. Read on to find out what some of your newly-elected and reelected town and county leaders have to say about what they hope to accomplish in 2014.

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