Jan 26

Fonda may study dissolution, mayor says January 17, 2013 by Arthur Cleveland, The Leader Herald FONDA, NY – The village may form a committee to look into consolidating more services with the town of Mohawk and possibly dissolving the village.  Mayor William Peeler said at a village meeting Monday he is open to the possibility […]

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Nov 12

Internet café opens at Utica veterans center By Emerson Clarridge, Observer-Dispatch Posted Nov 07, 2009 @ 08:31 PM UTICA — When he returned from Iraq in early 2005, Army veteran Gary Matt was quickly caught in labyrinthine bureaucracy.  Medical appointments often sent the 30-year-old Utica man to Syracuse.  “Even just going out to Rome is […]

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Nov 08

Lightning Strikes – Suffolk County From the August 2007 Conservationist By Lt. Ken Didion ECOs Vernon Fonda and Jason Curinga were checking fishermen at a popular spot in Shoreham as a thunderstorm approached. The officers had separated in order to complete their checks before the storm arrived. ECO (Environmental Conservation Officer) Fonda was talking with […]

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Nov 04

Freeport Says “No” to City Manager Referendum WIFR.com – November 4, 2008 FREEPORT, IL – Freeport voters weighed in Tuesday on the city manager referendum and the numbers from Stephenson County show the measure failed. A look at the numbers show 6,063 said no and 3,278 said yes to this ballot question. Supporters wanted someone […]

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Aug 30

Lawyer violated stream protection law, police say The Daily Freeman – August 30, 2008 Mount Tremper, CT – A Mount Tremper man was arrested after operating a backhoe in a protected stream, despite repeated warnings from state Environmental Conservation Police to cease his activities, police said Friday. On Aug. 6, Environmental Conservation Police received a […]

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