February 28, 2006

Nuisance law rejected

The February 22nd Dryden Courier reports that the Village of Dryden dropped a proposed nuisance law, citing concerns of landlords. There's also an article on Philip Pamel, whose Eagle Scout project will focus on building eight benches for the new baseball field on Wall Street.

There's a brief article on the school board meeting, approving some positions, a field trip, a book donation, grants, and the district's share of repairing a roof at TST BOCES.

In sports, the Dryden girls basketball team was seeded 8th in sectionals, a position editor Paul Gangarossa thinks mistaken:

How is it possible that Dryden's girls basketball team is seeded all the down to No. 8? ... Dryden did what they did with the schedule they got and should be no lower than the six spot.

Jason Pelletier is listed as the Division I Boys Champion for Pole Vault, at 13 feet, and Megan Stuttle is Division I Girls Champion for the Long Jump, at 17'04.75", and the Triple Jump, at 33'07.75". There's also a picture of her jumping. In diving, Jon Ottenschot, Will Edgecomb, and Nick Lange placed 11th, 14th, and 15th, at the Section IV Championship meet.

Posted by simon at February 28, 2006 5:21 PM in
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