OCRRA's How to for recycling TVs & Electronics:
Check out OCRRA's article in their Fall 2021 Newsletter that was recently mailed. It provides great information regarding how to recycling old or unwanted TVs and other electronics. Or click the link above to find this information on their website.
November will be Leaf Pickup only , No Debris pickups:
So that you may plan ahead, please note that during the month of November, the village DPW will not pickup any building or masonry debris. The focus will be on leaf pickup only during November. Weekly Trash/recycling pickup will occur as normal, but there will not be any masonry/fill debris pickup on the 3rd Friday nor any building debris pickup on the last Friday in November.
[The debris pickup schedule for October and December will not be affected.]
Proposal for 547 E Genesee Property:
There is a proposal before the Planning Board for a mixed use commercial redevelopment of the former O'Brien & Gere site at 547 East Genesee Street. Upon review of both EAF Part 1 and 2, the Planning board issued a Positive Declaration for this proposed action as of February 1, 2021.
A draft scoping document submitted by the applicant was reviewed by the Planning Board at a special meeting held on Monday, August 23, 2021. A motion was approved by the Planning Board that the submitted draft scope will be revised pursuant to applicable regulations to reflect all agreed to comments discussed at the meeting and that this revised draft scope will be accepted as the final draft by the Planning Board. Below is a link to the ...
I-81 Video Rendering:
If you haven't seen this video on Syracuse.com yet, please take a few moments to watch it. It last about 10-11 minutes but it is important to understand the proposed changes. Take note how the traffic patterns will be modified at Route 481 Exit 3E and 3W that affect the eastern suburbs.
I-81 Syracuse Morning Commute video rendering
Link to the Syracuse.com article with video
"In my recent village newsletter, I thanked Senator Schumer and Congressman Katko for their support of the American Rescue Plan fund for the village. I inferred that Congressman Katko supported this funding which he did not. What I meant to convey was that Katko's office was helpful in getting us answers on formula for funding, timing on when we would get funding and what types of expenses we could use toward this funding. Congressman Katko did not vote for the American Rescue Plan."
[ Here is a link to corrected village summer newsletter. ]
Mayor Mark Olson
August 9, 2021
Photos from Symphoria in Beard Park:
It was a wonderful evening in the park Saturday night. Great music, great company. (And no rain!) Thank you to all who came to enjoy the concert and support Symphoria!
Do Good Dog Park!:
The Village is working on a new dog park up at Duguid Park*. The dog park will accommodate both small and large dogs and even includes a wooded area for them to play.
The dog park is not yet ready for use but is expected to be open by August 1st.
Thank you for all the many great name suggestions. I t's new official name is Do Good Dog Park.
Thank you also to Assemblyman Stirpe for your support!
[*Duguid Park is a village-owned park off Duguid Road just outside the village limits.]
Public Hearing on Cannabis Law:
Please take notice that the Board of Trustees of the Village of Fayetteville will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, June 14, 2021 on or about 6:00pm, to hear public comment on a proposed Local Law pursuant to Cannabis Law §131 opting out of licensing and establishing retail cannabis dispensaries and on-site cannabis consumption establishments within the Village of Fayetteville. The hearing will be held in the Municipal Building, 425 E. Genesee Street in the 1st floor Board Room. At the above time and place all interested parties will be heard. Written comment on the proposed Local Law may be submitted prior to the public hearing at the Office of the Village Clerk, 425 East Genesee Street, Fayetteville, New York 13066 or emailed to the Village Clerk at email@example.com .Copies ...
No Fishing in Beard Pond:
To protect the fountains and the fish stocked in the pond, there is No Fishing allowed at Beard Pond. Thank you for respecting this policy.
Update on Culvert Work in Carriage Hill:
Here's the latest on the Bishop’s Brook Culvert Repair Project:
The contractor notified the village that they are waiting for Final Approval of both the rail and the paving and that there has been a 4-6 week delay for some of the material needed to complete the project. Since the contract that the village has with Slate Hill includes the Limestone Creek Bank Stabilization Project (at Canal Landing Park) they have moved their workforce to this location while they wait on materials to complete the Bishop’s Brook Culvert. If you would like to review the Design Plans they can be found linked below.
Unfortunately it is not uncommon for site conditions to create the need for changes and time extensions but be assured that we are doing our best to finish the project ...
CNY Stormwater Newsletter:
CNY STORMWATER NEWSLETTER October 2020
The Village of Fayetteville is a long-standing member of the CNY Stormwater Coalition, a 30-member intermunicipal organization that is committed to water quality improvement and protection.
Click HERE to see that current MS4 REPORT for 2019-2020.
Information on COVID-19:
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Information, and frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 can be found on the Onondaga County Health Department website, use the link below to access the site. In addition, the Onondaga County Health Department is posting regular COVID-19 updates on Facebook Live, use the link below to access the site.
From the Onondaga County Health Department website you can access links to the New York State Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) websites. Both of these websites contain important information about COVID-19 and the things you can do to be prepared in the event of community spread. The Town of Manlius Police Department encourages you to only use official sources for accurate ...