A group of teenagers from Dryden, Ithaca, Lansing, and Trumansburg will be traveling to Monte Plata in the Dominican Republic this week to deliver supplies and paint houses. Peter Mattingly, a Dryden High School freshman, collected 300 Spanish-language books for his Eagle Scout project, and those will be delivered on the trip. The trip is sponsored by St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Ithaca.
A Dryden resident was arrested for robbing the Dryden XtraMart Thursday night.
Assessment notices will be mailed next week to 7300 county property owners. These notices will be at 90% of full market value rather than 100%, a first step toward the new three-year assessment cycle:
Coggin said the department is anticipating increased assessments on the following types of properties: Lakefront properties, vacant land, apartment class, and a number of pocket areas in the residential class.
Posted by simon at February 18, 2006 7:21 AM in Ithaca Journal , crime , politics (national) , real estate
"Therefore, an inquiry and hearing would be very much in order," he said. "I want the facts."...
"I want my president to be able to act immediately when there is a serious threat," Boehlert said. "But I also want the proper follow through. It appears there was widespread use of authority vested in the president without following through with the FISA court."