This morning's Journal mentions a project I've heard rumored but not seen in print, the possibility of Cornell setting up windmills in Dryden and elsewhere in Tompkins County. The University is doing tests now in Dryden, "though Joyce declined to elaborate on where in the town they were looking."
On the opinion page, the Journal asked local town supervisors for their 2005 goals. Dryden Supervisor Steve Trumbull listed:
Posted by simon at January 24, 2005 7:43 AM in Cornell , Ithaca Journal , energy , weather
finish the $300,000 FEMA-funded project to restore eroded Virgil Creek banks near Lake Road. Other important town goals should be the adoption of a storm water management ordinance, a new town comprehensive plan, implementation of staff and volunteer boards' in-house service training, refinishing an employee policy handbook, the annexation of property off Route 13 near the A-1 restaurant for water lines and progress on a plan to extend a walking trail that borders Dryden Lake.