Category Archives: Town Board News

Councilor Contemplations – March 2020

The first case of Coronavirus was confirmed in New York March 1st. At an amazingly fast pace COVID-19 became a public health crisis with daily news briefings at the County, State and Federal level. The Town of Manlius authorized an Intermunicipal Agreement with the Villages of Manlius, Minoa and Fayetteville to share personnel in case critical personnel become ill at a Special Meeting March 16th.

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Councilor Contemplations – February 2020

Power to the People!

The big story this month was the outpouring of resident engagement regarding a proposed apartment complex near the Megnin Farms subdivision. Heather and Katelyn met with a neighborhood group early in February. The Town received dozens of letters and more than 100 people attended the Public Hearing on the 24th. The developer withdrew the application the next day.

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June 2019

The Town of Manlius hired several part-time staff for summer Recreation programs. The Town also supports a Summer Musical which was Guys and Dolls this year. There are license fees for the music and assorted costs for the production. Private funds are also solicited and recognized in the program book. The deer management plan for […]

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May 2019

Like every other municipality in Onondaga County, Manlius entered into an Intermunicipal Agreement (IMA) with Onondaga County for work on the sewer lines leading to the Meadowbrook-Limestone Sewage Treatment Plant. The Police Department issued their 2018 Annual Report: Two new police officers were sworn in May 22nd. Security cameras were installed in the Town […]

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