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Joe Genco has been the editor of the Skaneateles Press since January 2013. He is originally from Clarence, N.Y. and graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications of Syracuse University in 2012.
The Skaneateles Central School District will hold a special meeting next week at which the public will get a change to meet a candidate for the superintendent of schools position.
The town of Skaneateles will employ two peace officers starting this year. The Town Board voted to appoint Charles Augello as its second town constable at its May 1 meeting.
Along the Lakeshore column from the April 30, 2014 edition of the Skaneateles Press.
I am writing a personal column this week (something I have seldom felt comfortable doing) to announce that this will be my last full edition as editor of the Skaneateles Press.
'The Long Bike Back' includes scenes shot in Skaneateles
More than five years after their cross-country bike tour made a pit stop in their hometown of Skaneateles, brothers Pearson and Pete Constantino were back in the area last week to screen the documentary film that tells their story.
When the April 21 deadline passed four residents of the Skaneateles Central School District had submitted petitions to run for the Board of Education.
Board adopts 2014-15 budget by 4-1vote
The Skaneateles Village Board voted 4-1 in favor of adopting the proposed operating budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year at its April 24 meeting. The general fund budget will be $2,780,177. Of that, the village will raise $1,500,835 from property taxes, a 1.93 increase from the current year.
Kenneth Slentz, of state education department, to be interviewed
After conducting an interview, the Skaneateles Board of Education decided to advance its candidate for the superintendent of schools position. Board President Kathryn Carlson announced at the board’s April 22 meeting that the candidate is Kenneth Slentz, deputy commissioner in the Office of P-12 Education for the New York State Education Department.
Due to a unique county stocking program, naturally bountiful waters and plenty of public access areas, Onondaga County has become celebrated over the years for its trout fishing.
Skaneateles Central School District has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed in State Supreme Court earlier this month over an alleged sexual assault incident that occurred last year at the high school.