The Manlius Democratic Committee announces that it will hold an open meeting and public forum with its local candidates on Tuesday, September 10 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Manlius Town Hall (301 Brooklea Drive Fayetteville, NY). Participants will include County Legislature candidate for the 10th District Mark Matt, and Manlius Town Board […]Read More
The Town of Manlius Planning Board held a meeting Monday July 22nd at the new Manlius Fire House community room with several items on the agenda. Several residents spoke in opposition to a plan by COR Development to locate a Chase Bank branch adjacent to the Route 5 driveway to Towne Center in part of the area that is now lawn/park.Read More
Buy Tickets & Register Here $25 5K Fun Run & Walk Better Manlius Government (BMG) is excited to announce our third annual run/walk event on Saturday, October 5th. This is an inclusive event that will appeal to regular race participants as well as community members of all ages and mobility levels. Kids are Free! Register […]Read More
More women candidates running for local office for the first time There are more than 500,000 elected offices in the United States at the local, state and federal level. Of those, less than a third are held by women…. Read Article on Syracuse Women’s MagazineRead More
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 […]Read More
How do Insurance Companies rate our Fire Departments?
Insurance Services Office (ISO) scores 10 (poor) to 1 (excellent)
a. Fayetteville: 2 mixed paid/volunteer [district has hydrants]
b. Manlius: 2 mixed paid/volunteer areas with hydrants;
7 areas without hydrants
c. Minoa: 4 all-volunteer [district has hydrants]
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: http://www.townofmanlius.org/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/146 Two new police officers were sworn in May 22nd. Security cameras were installed in the Town […]Read More
Lots to cover this month!
Small Cell Wireless is coming to a utility pole near you. The FCC issued new guidelines making it easier for wireless companies to locate small cell antennas where they are needed to improve bandwidth and speed. This is 4G now but paves the way for 5G installations in the future. For more info see the SOCPA PPT on the Manlius website. Community education is needed. A Public Hearing has been scheduled for April 24th at 6:35 to review a Local Law that I was involved in preparing, with others.
Boy Scout Troop 210 of Kirkville visited the meeting February 13th. Chuck Marshall representing Stewart’s Shops & Laura Cassalia, Project Manager, CHA Design presented a request for a zone change for the parcel on the corner of Route 92 and Enders Road [across from the Manlius fire house]. After conversation the Board decided not to forward their request to the Planning Board, effectively ending the application.Read More
Town Historian Barbara Rivette gave an annual report to the Town Board. John Loosman gave a report to wrap up the work of the Town of Manlius Environmental Council (TMEC) which was formed in 1973 to monitor the environmental impact of proposed developments in the town. The work of the TMEC has been largely replaced by the State Environmental Quality Review (SEQR) process, which is now a routine component of the Planning Board process. The Council volunteers have worked with the Town Historian to catalogue and preserve their records before they disband.Read More