Say No To Cazenovia's Annexation Request

Claudia St. John
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The Town of Cazenovia completed its Comprehensive Plan for the Route 20 Corridor, and intended it to last 2-3 decades.

Currently, the Boards of both the Town and Village are faced with annexation requests for major development within the same Route 20 Corridor, considered part of Cazenovia's green belt.

Similar to a petition of ten years ago signed by some 1,000 Cazenovians, we, the undersigned residents of the Village and/or Town of Cazenovia, New York, have added our names to this petition because we wish to go on record as agreeing to the following:

1) We place great value in the unique features of this community, including its rural charm, its historic Albany Street business district, its environmental quality, and its beautiful and essential green belt.

2) We seek a sensible approach to commercial and residential development that is in the public interest, is consistent with the community’s needs, does not jeopardize our environment, and is in keeping with our Town's Comprehensive Plan.

3) We urge members of the Town and Village Boards to vote NO to all current and future annexation requests, including the Aldi's-Muraco request, because it does not meet, but rather violates the existing 2008 Town Comprehensive Plan.

  • Roy Fazio
    Roy Fazio United States, Westlake Village
    Sep 13, 2016
    Sep 13, 2016
    Please vote NO on the construction of any Aldi or strip mall. I am a former proud resident of Cazenovia and an intended future home owner of a Summer residence.

    Regards,
    Roy Fazio
  • Sean Howe
    Sean Howe United States, Brooklyn
    Sep 12, 2016
    Sep 12, 2016
    This developer has a near-monopoly on commercial real estate in Cazenovia. This is not where tax subsidies should be directed.
  • Tom Kane
    Tom Kane United States, Utica
    Jun 30, 2016
    Jun 30, 2016
    Looking at other rural towns around the state, I see many towns that did not develop. Most of them now appear to be ghost towns. Will Cazenovia share the same fate? I also see rural towns that have developed and now thrive.
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Jun 30, 2016
    Jun 30, 2016
    We moved here because we wanted to be in a small town with historic buildings and a focus on local business. No more chains please, the McDonalds and Subway are more than enough. This makes me sad.
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