Developers of the Lansing Meadows senior housing complex spoke in front of the Village of Lansing Board of Trustees on Jan. 6, requesting an amendment to district regulations of the complex’s Planning Development Area (PDA) to permit them to subdivide a parcel of land to sell off three indiv…
The Lansing Town Council passed a resolution on Dec. 18, 2019, to establish an advisory committee to oversee the future of the Cayuga Power Plant. The Cayuga Operating Company (COC), which owns the plant, plans on converting it into either a data center or some sort of energy storage structure.
After entering executive session to discuss a resolution to reappointment of Planning Board member Dean Shea to a new seven-year term, the Lansing Town Council ultimately chose to take no action on the item at its meeting on Dec. 18.
The Lansing Town Council will present a resolution for the reappointment of Planning Board member Dean Shea for a seven-year term and alternates Thomas Butler and Dale Baker to one-year terms at a meeting on Dec. 18.
Multiple groups of Cornell University students from the departments of City & Regional Planning, Architecture and Landscape Architecture presented individual visions of a study on the short- and long-term future of the Ithaca and Cayuga Malls, along with the land uses between the two, at…
The Town of Lansing held a vote to recommend to the Town Council the renewal of the terms of three individuals—member Dean Shea and alternates Tom Butler and Dale Baker—at a meeting Nov. 25. However, prior to the vote, several members of the public expressed their displeasure with Shea’s rec…
Two Lansing residents were honored by the town last month for their volunteer efforts in the community. Marcia Herrick and Doris Straw were both named Volunteers of the Year by the Town Council at a meeting on Nov. 20.
Lansing Fire Department Chief Scott Purcell wrote a letter to the Lansing Town Council on Nov. 20, citing his concerns over the department’s ability to respond to emergencies with the current weight restrictions on three bridges in the area that are in need of repairs.
Due to recent concerns expressed by residents regarding regulation of short term rental housing in the Village of Lansing, the village planning board held a discussion at its meeting on Nov. 11 to begin the early stages of solving this issue.
Trumansburg High School volleyball head coach Angela McLennan, along with a couple other individual athletes and teams, will be recognized among the athletic lore of Lansing Central School when they are officially inducted into the Lansing Athletic Hall of Fame on Nov. 30.
No more than four years ago, Solar Tompkins, a county organization that strives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, established the HeatSmart Tompkins program. The nonprofit program advocates for the “transition of home-heating away from fossil fuels,” according to Solar Tompkins’s website.
Incumbent Edward LaVigne faces a challenger this year in Democratic nominee Michael Koplinka-Loehr for the Town Supervisor seat. With councilwoman Katrina Binkewicz choosing not to run for reelection and councilwoman Andra Benson’s (Democrat) term expired, there will be two seats open on the…
A previous version of this article stated that Rocco Lucente, Jr. was the brother of Stephen Lucente. Rocco is the son of Stephen Lucente, not the brother, and does not include a "Jr." after his name. The Lansing Ledger regrets the errors
The Village of Lansing Board of Trustees passed a local law that amends Chapter 67-6 (entitled “Exceptions”) of the Village’s code to permit the use of crossbows for the sole use of hunting deer as part of the Deer Management Program in the Village of Lansing Code-Firearms and Bow Safety.