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Ashley Wolf

Ashley Wolf is a summer intern with the Cazenovia Republican.

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Cazenovia youth, seniors work together to build bluebird nesting boxes

Last week, local youths and seniors teamed up to build bluebird nesting boxes to be placed on the Fairchild Hill nature trail, in an attempt to bring more bluebirds to Cazenovia. The project — a coordination between Community Resources for Independent Seniors (CRIS), the Cazenovia Joint Youth Recreation Program and the Cazenovia Preservation Foundation — will not only help attract more wildlife to Cazenovia, but the activity offered an opportunity for some inter-generational teamwork.

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Town of Manlius Recreation Department to put on ‘Les Misérables’

"Les Misérables," a critically acclaimed musical and a story of turmoil, love and courage in the darkest of times, has moved audiences around the world. Now, the musical will be performed at the Fayetteville-Manlius High School for community members and visitors by the town of Manlius Recreation Department. This year, for the first time in 12 years, Shawn Hebert, the town of Manlius’ musical director for more than 10 years, will take the stage for the first time as lead character, Jean Valjean.

Mayor and community members voice concerns about F’ville zoning proposal

The village of Fayetteville's proposal to amend zoning chapter 187-7 was discussed at a public hearing, held on July 14. Community members came to voice their opinions and concerns on specific topics such as parking and the possibility of a commercialized appearance of the village. The board discussed the importance of the public’s input and the pressure it has been getting from the governor to create a more business and residential “blended” village.

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Cazenovia College uses summer to modernize classrooms, buildings

Construction has taken off this summer for Cazenovia College — as both the South Campus, renamed Jephson Campus, and Eckel Hall undergo restoration and modernization for the upcoming fall semester. The upgrades are part of the college’s five-year plan, “Building Futures One at a Time,” which is intended to update the college’s science laboratories, create a turf field, add scholarships, ensure academic excellence and restore the Jephson Campus.

Fenner town board opposes state Clean Water Act

The Fenner Town Board last week unanimously passed a resolution that opposes New York state’s Clean Water Act Resolution as an unnecessary and burdensome interference of the state on the town.

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CACDA seeks more cyclists with new BikeCaz project

Cazenovia is a great place for bicycling. With its scenic vistas, waterside roadways and challenging hills, the Cazenovia Area Community Development Association sees great potential to attract more cyclists to the community, and has begun a new project to do just that.

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Powerlifting Cazenovian off to national Special Olympics

Ryan Goldacker, a graduate of Cazenovia High School and currently a student at Cazenovia College, is one of two Central New Yorkers that will be competing in the Special Olympics’ national competition, the U.S.A. Games, from June 14 to June 20 in Princeton, N.J.

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Looking for a fun summer outing? Try Hannay Miniature Horse Farm

The Cazenovia area has many hidden treasures; one of them is the Hannay Miniature Horse Farm. Established in 2005 by Gene and Mary Smith, the farm cares for, trains, breeds, shows and sells miniature horses — but what the Smiths really enjoy is showing the horses off.

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