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Interlaken’s brand new fire truck arrived last week after many months of checking out various rigs from other Fire Departments, and months of weighing costs and finally presenting their recommendation for the piece of equipment which would best serve their needs to the Village of Interlaken Board of Trustees in the spring of this year. Fire Chief Jim Borden with others made several trips along the way to its place of manufacture in Pennsylvania - very close to Maryland – a five-hour trip each way.
The Tompkins County Legislature will hold its annual Community Budget Forum on Wednesday, Oct. 7, beginning at 7 p.m.
The proposed Campus Advantage housing project at the State Street Triangle has been the subject of much expressed concern among Ithacans as it concerns downtown parking.
There was revelry in the air last Friday night (Sept. 25) downtown after last call. It’s not unusual; walk downtown there around 1 a.m. and there will be young women finding out that thigh-high skirts and platform heels are not appropriate attire for a pleasant ride down the new playground’s slide. Some pizzeria patrons will be dining at blue tables and others are running, somewhere, pizza box in hand, as fast as one can in flip-flops. Someone who has made a lot of inexplicable decisions in the evening, like driving downtown on a Friday, will be pulled over by an IPD cruiser.
A Newfielder was arrested in Tioga County on Tuesday on charges of Introducing Dangerous Contraband in the 1st Degree and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 7th Degree.
New assistant principal at South Seneca high school, Melissa Butler, was welcomed by the school board at their meeting September 23. Butler will begin her new job October 5, but as of the board meeting was still finishing up at her previous job in Geneva.
On September 17, 2015, the Interlaken Board of Trustees held a special workshopto write a survey to be sent to property tax-paying residents of the village.