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FACES: Meet Bill Lester, Town of Lysander planning board member, retired engineer

Family Peg and I are truly blessed to have four grown children and 11 grandchildren. Residence We love our Radisson home on Whisper Ridge Pond.

Lock Street project original plans change

The Baldwinsville Village Board was prepared to award its lowest bidder, Economy Paving, work on Lock Street roads, but instead rejected the resolution after hearing updates on where the project stands.

Lysander parks and rec director retires

Parks and Recreation Director Ann Smiley has officially retired after 23 years in Lysander. The Lysander Town Board accepted her resignation at its July 14 regular meeting.

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Meet Sharon Reiser, executive director, GBCC

Eight years ago this month I relocated to Lysander from suburban Philadelphia, Penn., where I now live with my two sons (Christopher and Daniel), my fur-son (Jack), and husband (Scott).

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Share your air

There’s still time to host a ‘Fresh Air’ child this summer

For three summers in a row, Baldwinsville residents Mike and Janelle Ancillotti have shared their home with 13-year-old Jahvon Richards, a New York City native who hails from the Bronx. They met through the Fresh Air Fund, a not-for-profit agency that matches host families across 13 states with NYC children from low-income communities, to provide free summer experiences away from the hustle and bustle of urban city life.

Northwest, Lakeside fire districts to hold informational meetings on propositions for August vote

The Northwest Fire District, comprised of the Baldwinsville and Lysander fire departments, is holding an informational meeting next week to discuss two propositions that residents will vote on in August.

Police alert residents to lock cars

The Village of Baldwinsville Police Department has reported that there have been recent overnight auto break ins on the south side of the village. In both occurrences, the vehicles were unlocked.

Van Buren: Sidewalk talk

Sidewalk construction is on the horizon for the town of Van Buren. The town board at its July 1 meeting authorized Supervisor Claude Sykes to carry out an intermunicipal agreement with Onondaga County where the county will provide the town $105,000 via a financial assistance grant towards highway-related projects, which includes sidewalks. The primary project for the town will be adding sidewalks on Downer Street.

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Van Buren’s Zaccaria to challenge Magnarelli

Rick Zaccaria, a career businessman and political newcomer, is challenging incumbent Assemblyman William Magnarelli (D-129) for his seat in the upcoming fall elections. A Syracuse native who has made Van Buren his home for the last 19 years, Zaccaria is confident his platform on taxes, jobs and welfare reform resonates with the public.

June 21 concert on Paper Mill Island proves to be a nuisance to neighbors

The first day of summer began with a loud bang for some residents of the village of Baldwinsville.

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