This morning's Ithaca Journal reports that the chiefs of the four Dryden fire companies have sorted out how to spend out-of-state insurance funds. The Neptune Hose Company will get 32 percent of the money, Varna Volunteer Fire Company and W.B. Strong each 27 percent, and Etna 14 percent.
TC3 is resolving a shortage of space in its Dryden dormitories by putting up students in a Holiday Inn in Cortland. Increased enrollments and limited space combined to to create a problem for the school.Posted by simon at October 2, 2004 5:19 PM in Ithaca Journal , TC3 , emergency services