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LANDFILL LANDSLIDE: Election wins by Republicans mean 2025 closing date of Seneca Meadows likely to be extended

Republicans Frank Sinicropi and Kaitlyn Laskoski flipped control of the five-member board by easily defeating Democrats Doug Avery and Dave DeLelys in heavy turnout. The two winners will claim their board seats Jan. 1. Sinicropi and Laskoski will join incumbent Republicans Mike ... MORE
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Seneca Falls voters weigh garbage odors against fear of tax hikes: Will landfill’s mandated 2025 closing date stick?

The upcoming election Tuesday for two seats on the Seneca Falls town board could well decide whether the state’s largest landfill, Seneca Meadows Inc., will be forced to close on Dec. 31, 2025. Residents of the town that bills itself as the birthplace ... MORE
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CANDIDATE Q&A: Dave DeLelys, candidate for Seneca Falls Town Council

This year we’re giving candidates seeking office in the Finger Lakes the opportunity to let their voices be heard in a special Q&A feature. If you’re a candidate and would like to participate by completing a short Q&A session – click here ... MORE
INSIDE THE FLX: Seneca Falls Town Council candidates talk campaign, local issues (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Seneca Falls Town Council candidates talk campaign, local issues (podcast)

On episode #77 of the Inside the FLX podcast Dave DeLelys and Douglas Avery joined Josh Durso in the FingerLakes1.com Studio to discuss their race for Town Council. The duo will both appear on the Democratic line on the ballot in November ... MORE
Avery, DeLelys receive nod from Dems to run for Seneca Falls Town Council

Avery, DeLelys receive nod from Dems to run for Seneca Falls Town Council

Amid a contentious debate around the future of Seneca Falls — two more candidates have officially gained party support. Doug Avery, a retired teacher from Mynderse Academy, and incumbent Town Councilor Dave DeLelys both received the nod from Democrats to seek the ... MORE
Charges against Seneca Falls Councilor could go through Waterloo Town Court

Charges against Seneca Falls Councilor could go through Waterloo Town Court

Seneca County Judge Dennis Bender has made a decision on who will hear the harassment case involving two Seneca Falls Town Board members. Bender made the decision after both Seneca Falls Justices recused themselves from the case. The incident, which has been ... MORE