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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, September 04, 1985, Image 3

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Concrete blocks and riprap prevent runoff from Guff Rd. Creek from eroding the base of Oran-Guif Rd. In Pom- pey. The town received a $5,000 Susquehana Pilot Pro­ ject grant for the second year in a row from the soil and conservation district for the erosion control measures. To Host Tour Of ESM The East Svracuse-Mmoa Board of Education 13 hosting a tour of school facilities September 14 Starting at 830 a m . the tour will include an inspection of the district 8 buildings, computer labs and services, sup­ ply warehouse. Project Adventure, the resource center, facility changes at the bus garage, prekindergarten and kindergarten programs, the Career Center, and other room and program changes. The tour will start from the bus garage. 7301 North Central Avenue. Minoa. and travel to the buildings by school bus. Those interested in taking part in the tour are asked to call 656-7201 (District Office > no later than 4 pm September 13 for a reservation on the bus. JOE ROMANO'S f» • Regal Buick 1000 W. Hiawatha Blvd. 475-3181 60 Centurys To Choose From Joe Romano '85 Buick Century 4 Door •2596. automatic transmission. PS & 6. air conditioning, radio, w/w tires. FWO Lease: $ 199 P ermo 48 mo./ No cash down lease payments on 48 mo ew»me*» -cai* ' '99 sec <3ep Ho olh«f monti down Tot«» payments $9 *A2 Lease Payments do not include tax & bcense No liability at lease end unless abused o> damaged beyond normal wear and lea/ GUARANTEED BUY BACK AVAILABLE Propose Kendall Dr. Rezoning A 17 5-acre parcel at the east era end of Kendall Dr in Frem ont has been proposed as a site for 43 single-family homes, a larger number than is allowed in the existing Restricted Agricul­ tural District zone Out Bros owner of the property has applied to the Manltus Town Board to have the district changed to Residential Three A hearing for the application, originally scheduled for August 14 was adjourned until 7 35 p m Wednesday September 11 Attend Seminar Two instructors at Manlius Pebble Hill School were among the some 110 secondary school teachers nationwide to partici­ pate in Manhattan College's Teaching of Advanced Place­ ment Program in early August Dr Lawrence H Prud riomrne teaches European history at MPH and is an Ithaca resident Merle S Kurrrock teaches biol ogy and lives in Syracuse at the Manlius Town Hall Residents of the area who at­ tended the August 14 town board meeting expressed con­ cerns about the addition of more homes to the Fremont Sewer District one that has had numerous problems during the last several years They were told to attend the September 11 hearing to voice their concerns A contract to renovate a major portion of the sewer district was awarded at the August 14 meet ing The renovations are ex o pected to alleviate problems ex perienced by residents of the dis- trict during periods of heavy rain and to enable the district to handle additional sewer connec­ tions Most of the property near the proposed subdivision is in an R-3 zone which allows lots of 10 000 square feet in area with 75-foot frontages L'nder conditions of the existing zoning, only lots of 20.000 square feet in area with 100-foot frontages are allowed LEGAL NOTICES IN THIS ISSUE Stelco. Inc Limited Partnership KMO Properties Limited Partnership Incubator Center Associate* Limited Partnership Syr Suburban Gas Gas Rate Schedule Upstate Broadcasters Application Village <>f East Syracuse Local Law #1 Town of Manlius Bond Resolution Town of Manlius Hearing. <>ot Bros Town of Manlius Hearing. Goodfrllcm CO « mm a 3 a 9 (0 CO in m a «Q O CO c © 3 Seek Help The Town of Manlius Recrea­ tion Dept is looking for indi­ viduals interested in being offi­ cials for this year's adult flag football league The league plays Sundays from September through November There is also a part- time position for the flag football league coordinator Those interested in either pos­ ition, can call the recreation of­ fice for additional details Singles Party All Jewish singles between the ages of 19 to 35 are invited to a cocktail party to welcome in the \New Year\ at 7 p.m. Sun- day, September 8 in the bal- Jroom of T#ropl# Adath Y«*hu> run. 450 Kimber Rd. DeWitt Entertainment win be pro* vided by the Neverly Brothers. For further information, call 4454)002 BEAT THE 0CT.1 €k TAX INCREASE SPIRIT PRICES GOOD All MONTH WINE PRICES GOOD THRU MONDAY. SEPT. 9 GALLO CHABLIS BLANC WEEKS LEFT $479 4 Ultra GREAT WESTERN BACO NOIR S /U9 *¥ 1.5I titer ANDRE EXTRA DRY CHAMPAGNE $925 Cm 750 Ml CANADIAN CLUB s 19?f $Q99 W 750 Ml .75 titer PAUL MASSON ROSE $099 Cm IJ51 liter CH1VAS RIGAL SCOTCH $ 750 Ml NET BACARDI RUM *13.99 2.00 COST M1.99 1.75 Liter . Moil-in Rebate FRENCH BEST BUYS - 750 ML • Mouton Coder Red *4 W • LK Choleauneuf du Pope ... *5 M • Borotet Chardonnoy *3 M GORDONS VODKA SR99 \f titer NET COST TIA MARIA COFFEE LIQUEUR M2.39 3.00 ..« 9.39 750 Ml .. MoiJ-m Rebate 682-6677 independently owned and operated Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 10 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 330 Fayette St., Manlius opposite Manlius Mart

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