July 7, 2014
Town and state officials cut the ribbon on Phase I of the Brewerton Revitalization Project on July 2. From left are Cicero Town Board member Mark Venesky (liaison for the project), Deputy Supervisor Tim Burtis, State Sen. David Valesky, Assemblyman Al Stirpe, Brewerton Revitalization Committee Chairwoman Helen Carroll, Cicero Town Board member Vern Conway, Third District Onondaga County Legislator Jim Corl and Cicero Supervisor Jessica Zambrano.
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After eight years of waiting, the residents of Brewerton are finally seeing progress on the revitalization of the hamlet. Town and state officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony July 2 to commemorate the completion of Phase I of the Brewerton Revitalization Project, which includes picnic tables, new streetlights, a 400-foot brick walkway and benches along the riverfront. The improvements cost a total of $102,400, which was made possible through matching grants to the town of Cicero, in-kind services from local businesses and town departments and donations from Brewerton residents.