This morning's Journal finally notices the Varna development conversations of the last few months. The biggest news in it is that there's a possible date by which we might learn something new about the evolving proposal. Well, not exactly a date, but:
"I expect a lot more to be coming out in the next two to three weeks," Fabbroni said. "People will really see how impressive the project is and how it will breathe new life into Varna."
The Journal doesn't mention the questions at the July 7th meeting about how Lucente's general lack of management of his existing Varna properties keeps new life in Varna down, but that does come up in the Tompkins Weekly article (4.8 MB PDF) on the meeting.
We'll see what they come up with.
Also in the Journal today:
State Senator Seward filed re-election petitions. So far as I know, he has no opponents.
TC3 will be holding a blood drive next Wednesday, the 28th.
Just across the town line, Hanshaw Road residents are considering legal action against the County over the expansion of Hanshaw Road. I have to say that reading the whole article raises lots of doubts for me about the wisdom of the County and the State - I'm not really sure why they're so excited about widening roads in places that already have speed problems.