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Julie Coleman

Julie Coleman is a resident of the City of Geneva and freelance contributor to FingerLakes1.com. Formerly, she was a reporter with the Finger Lakes Times and Director of Marketing and Communications for the City of Geneva. Currently, she manages two businesses in Ontario County, enjoys spending her free time with her husband and child, and participates in several community working groups.

Geneva City Council debates police accountability committee, private landlord registration at meeting

Geneva police officer loses two vacation days for putting edited photo of city councilor on PC screensaver
The City of Geneva Council discussed two hot topics at this week's meeting, turning down the opportunity to establish a Police Accountability Committee but moving forward with the first reading of a new landlord registration ... more
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Odor issues, signage, and comprehensive plan included in Seneca Falls Town Board meeting

Odor issues, signage, and comprehensive plan included in Seneca Falls Town Board meeting
During this week's Seneca Falls Town Board Meeting, the Town opened with an acknowledgment of the sewer and gas smell on Route 414. Town Supervisor Mike Ferrara said the Water and Sewer department had been ... more
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Supervisors seek NYSAC support to equalize for unpaid Cayuga Nation taxes

Supervisors consider bonuses for 400+ county employees in Seneca
Supervisor Bob Shipley called on the Seneca County Board of Supervisors to pass two resolutions under Rule 29 of the Rules of Order regarding the Cayuga Nation and Indian Affairs at Tuesday night's board meeting ... more
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ITT Goulds will close foundry in Seneca Falls: Company says manufacturing to remain, as local officials watch cautiously

ITT Goulds will close foundry in Seneca Falls: Company says manufacturing to remain, but local officials cautiously watching situation
The Seneca Falls Operation of ITT Goulds Pumps is about to shift gears. Due to intense domestic and international competition, the company has analyzed ways to reposition the Seneca Falls business to remain competitive. With ... more
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Canandaigua City Council approves PILOT for Labeling Building following executive session

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In a 6-3 split decision, the Canandaigua City Council approved the PILOT agreement for the rehabilitation of the Labelon Building following an executive session last night. Councilmembers Cutri, Unrath, Dittmar, Covington, Lyon, and Uebbing were ... more
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Geneva City Council identifies new supervisor to fill vacancy, tables landlord registration ordinance

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The City of Geneva City Council voted to table the Private Landlord Registration ordinance last night, with a split board decision. Councilors Regan, Camera, Salamendra, and Salone all voted against the tabling of this measure, ... more
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Seneca Falls Town Board looks at comprehensive plan overhaul, honor longtime employee

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The Town of Seneca Falls may begin updating its Comprehensive Plan as early as next year. At last night's Town Board meeting, this issue originated at the passing of two new Local Laws, which provided ... more
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Canandaigua City Council debates PILOT for housing development at former Labelon

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The property known as the Labelon Building at 10 Chapin Street in Canandaigua was a primary focus at last night's City Council Meeting. Savarino Companies has proposed turning the building, which has been vacant for ... more
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Geneva City Council fills vacancy: Full recap of February meeting

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Constituents in Ward 6 in the City of Geneva now have a new representative. Just 32 days after John Pruette's resignation left the seat vacant, the Council unanimously moved to appoint Republican John Salone to ... more
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Seneca Falls Town Board grants SMI permit, establishes town manager position: Full recap of February meeting

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For over two years, the Seneca Falls Town Board has mulled over a motion to grant the Seneca Meadows Landfill a permit to operate. Last night the motion passed in a matter of minutes. In ... more
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Ontario supervisors hear update on COVID, praise county workers, and move through 67 resolutions during meeting

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Positivity, praise, and protection were the tones set by the Ontario County Board of Supervisors meeting on Thursday night. With the absence of Supervisor Venuti, Supervisor Lighfoote, and Supervisor Greg Bendzlowicz, who resigned on January ... more
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Geneva City Council looks to fill trio of vacancies, hears about ethics violation and receives foundry update

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New year. New beginning. Geneva City Council met for its first full session of 2022 with new resolutions, as well as the task of filling three vacant positions in the city’s management. With the recent ... more
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