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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, September 17, 1986, Image 2

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CM V O) (0 OL 00 en 9) n E Q. 0) Among the charter members at the 40th anniversary celebration of the Fayetteville Lions Club were, from left, Ray W. VanGiesen and his wife, Arlene; and Lor­ raine Bacel and her husband, George. The remaining charter members are Charles W. Mason of Florida and the late Charles V. Lane. Charter members of the Fayetteville Lions Club attending the anniversary di­ nner September 13 included, clockwise from left rear, Herman E. Habegger and his wife, Jean; Selden Tubbs and his wife, Grace; Phil. F. Coughlin and his wife, Kathryn; and Irv L. Rutkoff and his wife, Janet. Compromise On Plans Featured speakers at the 40th anniversary dinner of the Fayetteville Lions were Congressman George C. V Wortley, a 37 -year member of the organization, and Au­ stin P. Jennings, second vice president of Lions Inter­ national. The developer of Clark Hill subdivision has agreed in prin­ ciple to a compromise site plan proposal suggested September ' by a committee of the Man- Kus Town Planning Board. The agreement paves the way for the board to finally accept, after more than a year of discus­ sion, a development proposal for the western part of Fremont hill. Details of the compromise will be worked out by the developers and presented at a future meet­ ing for approval. The modifications were suggested by Robert Schlicht- ing, Joseph Lupia and Carson Buck, members of the planning board who, a week earlier, voted against acceptance of the de­ veloper's proposal. FRANCINE'S h B A <5S£|S N GRAND OPENING SPECIAL Compllimentary make over with any salon service until Sept 26, 1986 by appointment • Computerized Hair Color by Goldwell Compuchic • Personalized Consultation for all Salon Services • Senior Citizen Discount • MC & VISA accepted Professional Salon Services by: Susan Palmisano Kim Haskins Suzan Cunningham WALK-INS WELCOME - NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Manlius Mart 682-9571 HOURS Mon & Wed 9-5 Tues . Thurs , Fri 9-7. Sat 8-5 Mrs. Morris Gets Organized ••••••iiiiiTiTi im 1 i MORNING Mrs. Mary Morris decides to put an end to closet chaos and clutter forever. She calls HangUps... ...Mrs. Morris becomes another well organized, happy HangUps customer. ou too can put an end to clutter by expanding your closet space by up to 100%. Your house, apartment, office, .a place for everything and everything in its place. HangUps will custom design and install a closet system to suit your individual needs. Call us today for a no obligation design consultation in your home or office. THE CLOSET AND STORAGE DESIGNERS (315) 492-2342 Mr. Buck, speaking for the group, said they were concerned about the need to reduce the de­ nsity, the inter-relationship of traffic to other developments and the developers' ability to complete the project without scarring the land. The site plan was approved by the board with five conditions: Four lots on steep slopes with access from Taylor Rd. be elimi­ nated; an internal road be moved north to increase the size of four lots; the developer pro­ vide dirt fill, the necessary right-of-way and a plan for how the town could widen Bowman Rd should it become necessary, the developer provide a phasing plan whereby homes in filled areas would be constructed last in the phase to ensure the earth wpuld be sufficiently compacted; and the detention basin on the west side of Bowman Rd. should be located parallel to the road and not infringe on the wet­ lands. The board also stated that it may seek a performance bond from the developer to ensure that the land is not left stripped should the subdivision not be completed. Both Don Davis of ICC, the developer, and Daniel Schul- man, the developer's attorney, thanked the three members who took the time to prepare the re­ commendations and to work with the developer \It was constructive,\ Mr Davis said. LEGAL NOTICES IN THIS ISSUE CMC Limited Partnership NY Lien & Recovery Corp Auto For Sale Village of East Syracuse ZBA Hearing; Frye NY Lien & Recovery Auto For Sale NY Lien & Recovery Correction Notice Syr. Suburban Gas Co. Revision of Credit Town of Manlius Hearing; Permit Town of Manlius Adopting Ordinance Town of Manlius Hearing; Permit Town of Manlius Tax notice Town of DeWitt Tax notice Call Now and Book For Lowest Fares For School Break '86-'87 We'll Give You That EXTRA PERSONALIZED SERVICE Airline Tickets • Tours Domestic & International Travel • Cruises • Groups • Amtrak • Commercial Accounts Major Credit Cards Honored 206 E. Seneca St. 0ur $°™ces Are FREE Of Charge. M«n..u, 682-8747 SKSE FALL SALE Our own Hardy Mums -Large Selection 82.79 each, 4 for glO.00! Homegrown - Bartlett Pears, Tomatoes, Peppers, Squash We always have a fine selection of house plants & seasonal offerings available. 10 - (>. Daily 12-4, Sundays 2 cnuntrv miles cast of Favcrtevillc on Salt Springs Road - 637-3049

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