Travel and work have put me behind, so here's a quick catching up with the last few days of the Ithaca Journal. Little of it is specific to Dryden, but it's all relevant.
Dryden schools got dinged by the state, though student performance seems to be improving. State standards are just getting more demanding faster than improvement is happening.
The DEC released a state forest management plan that includes Yellow Barn and Hammond Hill State forests.
After a plane struck a deer July 25th, the FAA requested (and is largely funding) a wildlife assessment for Tompkins County Airport.
November's congressional race seems to be within eight points. (For more detail and poll internals, see this Times-Union piece.)
The Journal had a few more pieces on last week's EPA hydrofracking hearings, including a wrap-up, a report on the crowds, and note on the last speaker. For more on next steps, see this New York Times piece on likely advisors to the process.
There's a piece on promoting the Finger Lakes Trail, which crosses through Dryden's southeast corner.Posted by simon at September 21, 2010 12:23 PM in Ithaca Journal , energy , natural areas , politics (national) , public finance , schools (Dryden)