This morning's Ithaca Journal reports on news that connects Dryden with the rest of Tompkins County. There's a piece on the TC3 Foundation buying the M&T Bank building in Ithaca to expand TC3's extension center there. TC3 also appears in a year-end roundup, as they:
hit a number of milestones, too: earning final approval for biotechnology and creative writing programs; kicking off its first capital campaign in order to help fund new athletic facilities and other improvements in its master plan; and securing financing for a fifth dormitory that will help the college keep up with demand for on-campus housing.
In a piece on Tim Joseph's plans to remain as County Legislative Chair, County Legislator Martha Robertson supports Joseph and talks about her own hopes:
Posted by simon at December 29, 2005 7:05 PM in Ithaca Journal , TC3 , politics (local)
Martha Robertson, D-Dryden, said would like to see this Legislature continue work on creating housing opportunities in the county. "We do not have enough housing for working people," Robertson said. "We have done a lot of background work for the development of more housing but now I want to see something happen."