CITY OF ONEIDA COMMON COUNCIL
MUNICIPAL BUILDING, 109 N. MAIN ST., ONEIDA NY
COMMON COUNCIL CHAMBERS
TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 2017
*Call to Order / Pledge of Allegiance / Roll Call
1. Common Council Work Session on the Oneida Rail Trail Project
The Greater Oneida Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the relocation of Oneida Printshop to their new larger location. Owners Duane and Becky DeFrees were joined by Mayor Leo Matzke, Chamber Board members, employees, family and friends for an Open House. The Oneida Printshop is now located at 212 Farrier Ave, Oneida […]
Madison Chenango Call to Action, a nonpartisan group of Congressional District 22 constituents, has demanded that Congresswoman Claudia Tenney back up her statements about “paid disrupters,” made in a Feb. 3 interview on Capitol Tonight, a week night show political show on Time Warner Cable news stations across Upstate New York. Tenney had made such […]
Tuesday, March 28
9 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.: Village of Vernon Board Meeting of March 20 9:40 a.m., 2:40 p.m. and 7:40 p.m.: Oneida Common Council Meeting of March 21
Wednesday, March 29
9 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.: Village of Canastota Board of Trustees Meeting of March 20 10:07 a.m., 3:07 […]
The meeting opened with an update from Hamilton Village Mayor Bob McVaugh, on the discussion about immigration enforcement issues at the last Village Trustee meeting. Local residents shared their views with the Hamilton Village Police Chief, the Mayor, and Trustees.
Village attorney Jim Stokes is drafting guidelines for the Village Police department […]
The Ava Dorfman Senior Center is pleased to announce they will be hosting an educational workshop in conjunction with Retirement Solutions, titled “Planning Your Social Security Retirement Strategy,” for pre-retirees age 55 and older at 5:00 PM on Wednesday, April 5th.
Today’s baby boomers can expect to spend more time in retirement compared to previous […]
Pictured from left Kristen Tibbitts, Kaitlin Tibbitts, Gordon L. Tibbitts, Assemblyman Brian Miller, Gordon K. Tibbitts, Karri Tibbitts. (Front) Gordon Konner Tibbitts.
This past weekend, Assemblyman Brian Miller (R,I-New Hartford) attended a tree tapping ceremony at Tibbitts Maple to kick off Maple Weekend.
Miller drilled a ceremonial hole in a maple tree to start […]
HUNT Real Estate Corp. announced recently that Thomas Tait, licensed realtor from the HUNT Real Estate Cazenovia Office, was recognized for his outstanding sales performance in fiscal-year 2016 with the following awards:
HUNT Agent of the Year, Cazenovia Branch — Thomas Tait
HUNT Highest Increase in Sales, Cazenovia Branch — Thomas Tait
The dos and don’ts of recycling Styrofoam in Madison County. Look for the number six on your material before you recycle it.
Styrofoam can be dropped off at any of the County’s four transfer stations during normal working hours. Styrofoam should be given to the transfer station attendant, who will make sure it is placed […]
Lebanon town board members approved a resolution at their March 13 town board meeting in the hamlet to explore a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program for its residents with the Municipal Electric and Gas Alliance (MEGA). The proposal is conditional on final approval by the Town Attorney Steven Jones and would […]
Little Falls Rotary President-Elect Wendy Mucicia, incoming International Rotary President Ian Riseley, Mohawk Valley Rotary Vice-President, Francesca Magro.
Mohawk Valley Rotary Club and Little Falls Rotary members come together for President- Elect Training Leadership conference-“People of Action” in Syracuse. These woman of action Francesca Magro and Wendy Mucica attended the PETS training over the […]
Oneida County Rural Telephone, an affiliate of Northland Communications, has been awarded a $3.29 million grant from the state Broadband Program Office to significantly expand its fiber-based, broadband network throughout its territory.
This grant, plus an investment of $821,000 from Oneida County Rural Telephone, will allow the company to convert a large portion of its […]