The Court Office will be closed the week of November 23rd.
The Village of Cazenovia Board of Trustees will meet on Monday, Nov 2 at 7:00 pm at the Village Meeting Room, 90 Albany Street using social distancing. Limited seating is available for those who wish to attend in person wearing a mask.
A Zoom teleconference option is also available to attend. Please go to www.zoom.us and enter Meeting ID: 938 1144 3700
You will need to call the Village Office at 315-655-3041 to obtain the password.
The Cazenovia Village Planning Board will conduct its monthly meeting on Monday, Nov 9 at 7:00 pm.
The meeting will take place in the meeting room of the Municipal Building, 90 Albany St. Attendees are asked to wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
A Zoom teleconference option is also available to attend. Please go to www.zoom.us and enter Meeting ID: 991 9314 2382
You will need to call the Village at 315-655-9380 to obtain the password.
The Village of Cazenovia Historic Preservation Committee will meet on Monday, Nov 23 at 6:00 pm at the Village Meeting Room, 90 Albany Street using social distancing. Limited seating is available for those who wish to attend in person wearing a mask.
A Zoom teleconference option is also available to attend. Please go to www.zoom.us and enter Meeting ID: 940 6422 3356
You will need to call the Village Office at 315-655-3041 to obtain the passcode.
As the number of confirmed cases in Madison County has risen to 42 (with 6 in Cazenovia), protocols about social distancing are no longer a suggestion but a public health imperative. Local law enforcement has clear guidance to engage and educate the public to ensure compliance with this vital mandate.
The village inner office is closed to the public as of March 17 but staff are on duty during regular business hours to assist you via the service windows in the lobby. You can also call 315-655-3041 or email the village clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
In response to the pending transition to remote learning by the school and other changes created by social distancing to slow the novel coronavirus, the Village encourages residents to support one another. The first line of defense for challenges such as child care and transportation should be neighbors helping one another whenever possible, a spirit that has always been incredibly strong in Cazenovia. Working in small local teams to assist with supervision of children and other needs will prevent large gatherings and limit the likelihood of transmission.
Recognizing that there will be gaps in this approach, the Village in partnership with other local agencies is preparing to meet critical needs created by the state of emergency. Decisions by state and local leaders to close various facilities have been made very thoughtfully and we will continue to work together to serve and protect the community.
More details will be forthcoming over the next few days as the situation becomes clearer. In the near term, our individual actions with regard to hygiene and illness protocols and social distancing are our best protections to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Kurt Wheeler, Village of Cazenovia Mayor
For Local Updates go to: https://sites.google.com/view/cazcovidresponse
Local agencies team up to provide coronavirus support
In response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Cazenovia-area agencies are teaming up to create a clearinghouse for local needs and resources.
The clearinghouse will be established at the CRIS (Community Resources for Independent Resources) office located at St. Peter’s Church on Mill Street. The intent is to establish a central hub that local residents can contact for assistance with needs such as transportation, nutrition, emergency child care or other factors created by the state of emergency declared in New York. Volunteers at the office will seek to match those needs with resources available from municipal agencies, local non-profits and individual donors.
Needs related to senior citizens should use the existing CRIS telephone number (315-655-5743). CRIS already maintains an active array of services for local seniors that will be expanded to meet current conditions. Those with other needs should call 315-655-9063 (provided by St. Peter’s Church). Local agencies or individuals who have resources that may be used to serve others can call either number. The two lines will be co-located so staff and volunteers can maintain a current listing. The office will be staffed from 9 to 3 daily initially and expand its hours as needed. Voicemail for after-hours calls will be available. Emergencies should be reported to 911.
The call center will be in active communication with local partners including the village and town governments, Cazenovia Central Schools, Cazenovia College, the Chamber of Commerce and local non-profits. For those community members who find that they are in need of emergency food supplies, CazCares, our local food pantry, can meet this need and can be reached directly at 315-655-3174. CazCares has initiated a curbside pickup of grocery staples in response to the COVID-19 situation.
Local agencies or citizens who are able to provide assistance to meet needs including, but not limited to, drivers, essential supplies, emergency child care options or financial support are urged to call in. CRIS will also develop a list of ongoing resources and local providers on its website at www.cris-caz.com. CRIS can be contact at 655-5743 or email@example.com.
More details will be announced as they are confirmed. Citizens are encouraged to visit the Madison County Health Department page for current information at: https://www.madisoncounty.ny.gov/2479/Coronavirus-COVID-19
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
VILLAGE OF CAZENOVIA PLANNING BOARD
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Board of the Village of Cazenovia will meet on Sept 9, 2019 at 7:00 p.m., at the Municipal Building, 90 Albany Street, Cazenovia, New York, to conduct regular business and convene the following public hearing (continued from Aug 19):
At 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as may be heard, to consider the application of Housing Visions Unlimited, Inc. for a zone change from R-10 District to PDD District, as well as site plan and architectural approval, for a 70 unit senior / family housing complex consisting of a three story senior building and five two-story townhomes to be located on 14.96 acres of land east of Burton Street (Tax Map #’s 0.95.30-01-018 and 0.95.01-01-003). The project also includes infrastructure for the proposed project such as roads, sidewalks, trails, parking lots, and stormwater management.
The subject applications may be viewed at the office of the Cazenovia Village Clerk during the Clerk’s regular office hours. All interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard on these matters.