This morning's Ithaca Journal reports that there may be hope for Dryden's stalled teacher's contract negotiations, as new Superintendent Mark Crawford sets up informal meetings and the personnel involved shift.
There was a brief mention of a Six Mile Creek volunteer water quality monitoring workshop this morning at Bethel Grove. It's too late to go now, but I took some pictures and I'll be posting a story soon.
At the county level, a mortgage tax proposal has come up for the second time this year, and will be voted on Tuesday.
On the Opinion page, there's a big Laurel from W. Mark Sutton of Dryden to businesses in and around Dryden for helping him raise $5,227 in funds for lung research.Posted by simon at July 17, 2004 1:40 PM in Ithaca Journal , schools (Dryden)