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A previous version of this article ran the incorrect responses to the interview questions. The updated version includes the actual responses from Aaron Thompson to the questions. The Ledger highly regrets the error.

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After a quarter of a decade, there will be a new face in the mayoral seat in the Village of Lansing. Deputy Mayor Ronny Hardaway is succeeding Don Hartill, who after 25 years in office will be moving on to focus on his full-time position at Cornell University, according to Village Clerk/Trea…

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While the Lansing Central School District is expected to exceed the tax cap of 3.6 percent with its 4.31 percent increase in the property tax levy for the 2021–2022 academic year, the district administration says its residents should see their bills decrease for the upcoming year, barring on…

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Initially opening as a food truck in 2018 and then taking a dip in the waters of Cayuga Lake as a pontoon cafe in 2020, MoMo’s Traveling Cafe is returning to land, nestling itself on the corner of 1173 Auburn Road in Locke.

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Mirabito’s proposal for an installation of three 30,000-gallon petroleum bulk storage tanks on 15 Town Barn Road – just north of its convenience store and gas station, and where the company already has one propane tank placed there – has brought up some safety concerns by those living at its…

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While the past year has presented unprecedented challenges to our collective physical and mental health, it has also placed a spotlight on community organizations that have met these challenges with strength and resiliency. The Lansing Community Library (LCL) is one such organization. 

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The Village of Lansing Board of Trustees held a public hearing on Apr. 5 to discuss the proposed village budget for 2021-2022 and also heard recommendations for the Planning Board’s on developing and maintaining sidewalks in the village.

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Tompkins County Sheriff Derek Osborne, along with Sue Ellen Holmes, manager of the Milton Meadows apartment complex (located on 42 Auburn Road), met with the Lansing Town Council on March 17 to hold a Q&A with residents on public safety issues in the community.

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Alexandra Ackerman is a teacher in the South Seneca Central School District. She can still recall her first Syracuse Crunch game back in 2004. That is when she started going to watch the local AHL affiliate, starting a lifelong journey from fan, to sportswriter, to podcaster.

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The Lansing Town Council will host a Q&A session with Tompkins County Sheriff Derek Osborne on March 17 on the topic of the gunfight and car crash that took place on March 13 on Auburn Road that subsequently led to the death of 21-year-old Sha-Heem Harris of Elmira.

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The Lansing Town Council held a special meeting on March 3 to discuss the feasibility and legality of implementing a moratorium on development in the town following the recent concern expressed by the public over the proposals submitted to the planning board by Mirabito, Dandy and Dollar General.