Eddie Coyle

These are historically money losers for every community that puts them in. One major reason is that they are in a sense, businesses competing with other regional businesses, yet local governments never fully privatize them. They become little quasi-government run businesses, run with all …

Hard to believe Cornell has so few truly pressing things to address that they have time go chase away a beneficial organization. Maybe they have way too many administrators with way to much time on their hands. Explains the tuition exceeding inflation year over year....


5000 a year to fix the one lane bridge on a little used country road, or up to 700,000 on local taxpayers to replace it with an unneeded two lane bridge. Why are we even discussing this?


Interesting story. Curious why 3 angry emoticons (so far)?


Good news! Thanks to the local businesses for doing the right thing.


15MW of solar, when converted to AC current, yields 2MW (MWa) or less. The plant was producing 328MW of AC power, yielding probably 300MW after it's own power needs. Nothing against Solar, but that's just the facts. A data center will eat up 2MW and more, so net energy production in NY keeps…

This is becoming the norm for that section of the city.

The Ithaca Police are not the problem. They do a very good job policing in a community with anti-police, pro-criminal political views. Most residents don't dwell on what it takes to keep this city livable, or how quickly the quality of life could be lost, BECAUSE the force does a great job.

This is classic case of "feeling based" instead of fact based thinking. Unit 2 is 167MW. There is not enough land in the entire power plant compound to generate even half that amount of Solar power, and that doesn't address the marginal sunlight this area receives. The 39MW planne…

If it is truly going to be an "international" airport, how can anyone object to standard immigration & customs inspection? It's a port of entry. Sometimes people take their politics to a point where common sense is left way behind.