The print edition of this morning's Ithaca Journal has a brief mention of last night's meeting about Ellis Hollow Road reconstruction, and the online edition describes the meeting in detail. About sixty people showed up - not as many as for the water district discussion but still a lot. (Ellis Hollow residents have had a lot of infrastructure to think about lately.) 90% of the asphalt is in bad shape, and the county would like to ensure bike lanes on both sides, though the county does plan to build it a total of 30 feet wide rather than their preferred 40 feet because of resident concerns.
Briefly in Tompkins lists Saturday's "Stump Run '06", a motorcycle benefit ride for the Cortland County SPCA hosted by the Elm Tree Inn in McLean.
Finally, the Monitor lists two thefts in Dryden, one of an air conditioner, and one of copper wire from a NYSEG substation.Posted by simon at July 13, 2006 7:53 AM in Ellis Hollow , Ithaca Journal , crime , roads, traffic, and transit