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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, July 23, 1986, Image 2

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CM Q) O) (0 a CO co co CNJ _>. 3 -5 C m a> O) CO HI To Head New BOCES James Quartier of James- ville has been elected board president of the newly formed Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Board of Cooperative Educa­ tional Services John Daniels of Cortland was elected vice president. Mr Quartier has been a member of the Onondaga- Madison BOCES board for the past nine years and has served as president since 1980 The newly formed Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES, which has come into existence by order of the state commissioner of education, will service 23 school districts that were previously compo­ nents of either the Cortland- Madison BOCES or the Onondaga-Madison BOCES The new board serving Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Say Apartment Acreage OK The size of the property re- zoned for Diamond Valley Apartments, originally named Wedgewood Apartments, on Duguid Rd. has been ascer­ tained to be more than five ires. Members of the Manlius Town Planning Board said they had each calculated the acreage, thus settling to their satisfac­ tion a question raised by resi­ dents of the Changing Seasons subdivision who have been ob­ jecting to the apartment prop­ osal. At the July 21 hearing on the site plan, continued from June 30, several members of the planning board, including an engineer and an architect, said they computed the area of the Frank Muraco property and de­ termined it was more than five acres, the minimum required by the town code for apartments. The residents, represented by attorney Scott Chatfield, charged on June 30 that the fi­ gures presented were incorrect and that the site was less than five acres and thus ineligible for the zone change In response to that charge, the planning board recommended James Quartier BOCES has a total of 16 members, including the seven members who previously Seek Rt. 92 Zone Change /About one acre of a two-acre ^te on Rt. 92 at Enders Rd. will served the Cortland-Madison J be rezoned for commercial A use BOCES, and the nine mem /N if the Manlius Town Board ap bers who previously served nrnwQ an «\«liP«tinn Onondaga-Madison BOCES Set Clark Hill Hearing A public hearing on the re­ vised site plan for Clark Hill subdivision will be held at 7:15 p m Monday, August 18 during a special session of the Manlius Town Planning Board. A report from the Town of Manlius Environmental Coun­ cil about the revised subdivision was read at the July 21 meeting of the planners The report stated that the members of the council found the site, located on Bowman and Taylor Rds in the Fremont area, was still some­ what dense but improved The developer has reduced the number of lots in the original plan by 17 to 126 on the more than 50-acre site The environmental council suggested that the detention area on the west side of Bowman Rd be located parallel to Bow­ man rather than intrude west­ ward into the wetlands, a suggestion agreed to by the planners and the developer The developer resubmitted to the planners the final environ­ mental impact statement for the original subdivision proposal as its draft EIS for the revised proposal The board is expected to act on the scope, content and adequacy of the DEIS at its Au gust 18 meeting. Lady Liberty is 100 Years old! 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Access to the property would be from both streets Mr. Capozzi said the building would be used for retail busines­ ses similar to one he owns on Erie Blvd near the DeWitt Town Hall that has National Video and Photo Flash as ten­ ants. He estimated there could be four or six stores in the Man­ lius building. The remainder of the prop­ erty, which extends northeast behind two residential lots on Enders Rd to Eagle Hill Middle School property, would remain undeveloped and restricted ag­ ricultural. Fisher Bros hardware store is across Enders Rd. from property proposed for rezoning There is one residential lot between the Capozzi land and the Morgan Badgley building and parking lot that front on Rt. 92 There is a residential site opposite the Capozzi property on Rt. 92, but commercial buildings on each side - that the town board hire an in­ dependent surveyor to deter­ mine the correct size of the prop­ erty. Instead, members of the plan­ ning board and the town asses­ sor computed the dimensions given in the legal description of the property to determine its area. The court stenotypist hired by Changing Seasons, who re­ corded testimony at the June 30 hearing, left July 21 before the board reopened the hearing. There were no representatives of Changing Seasons Homeowners Assn., present although several had voiced strong objections to the apartment project in the past. After some discussion bet­ ween members of the planning board and the developer's rep­ resentatives, the hearing was closed. The board voted to defer action on the site plan until the developer presented letters from county agencies about the water and sewer connections and from the Fayetteville Fire Dept. and town highway superintendent about the entrance and exit to the property, corrected the di­ mensions listed on the map, listed the adjacent landowners and noted that evergreens rather than deciduous trees would be used for screening. The board must take action on the site plan within 45 days of the date the hearing was closed or it will be automatically ap­ proved Schedule Special Meeting The Manlius Town Planning Board will have a special meet­ ing August 18 to continue dis­ cussion of proposals previously presented to the board There will be no new items presented at the special meet­ ing Several members of the board voiced concern at the July 21 special meeting that at least five items on the evening's 19-item agenda were new business. The members agreed when they voted to meet in special sessions during July and August to Umit the agenda to items previously presented. Because there 3aad been no resolution approved to that effect, they agreed July 21 to discuss those new items and also agreed they would not at the August meeting. HERE COMES THE SPECIALS GOOD AT ALL BYRNE DAIRY STORES WED.-SUN., JULY 23-27 • 100 Exciting, Authentic Model Circus Displays including Wagons, Trains, Animals, Animation and more .... • \The Circus Clowns\ Magic Shows ThurS.-Sat., 11, 2 & 7 p .m. (near Casual Corner) • Circus Band Concert Sunday, 1 p .m., S.S.O. Members • Model Kits and Supplies available • Strolling Clowns too! Y>\ uS '' Enter in Center Court Area toWin! One of 50 Limited, Advance Sale, Family Tickets... Burnet Park Zoo Grand Opening, (No purchase necessary). fayetteville mall

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