We have had a number of calls, asking whether the trash collection schedule this week has been changed due to the snowfall. It has. All pickups for the remainder of week are delayed one day.
Please share this email with your neighbors. And you would be doing us a favor if you alert them how to subscribe to these notices. We are up to almost 800 subscribers, but there are many residents who are still unaware of the ability to sign up for notices. The URL for that is http://ciceronewyork.net/subscribe/
The Town of Cicero has an opening for a Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) ad hoc position. Please spread the word to people within the Town that you know. Incumbent must be a Town of Cicero resident.
The incumbent will fill in when a ZBA member is absent; approximately one night a month. When a permanent position opens up, we always first look at our ad hoc staff, and give them preference when hiring. Hiring could be for a full term (which is 5 years), or a partial term.
We will train the right person. The right person will be highly ethical; dependable; and have a sincere interest in the Town and the well-being of our residents.
Employment applications can be found on the Town’s website. Completed applications may be returned via email to:
HRManager@ciceronewyork.net OR Attention Human Resources, 8236 Brewerton Road, Cicero, NY 13039 OR can be submitted in person Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Your referrals will be appreciated. Thank you for helping to support the Town of Cicero.
Trash pickup will be delayed one day the week of Feb 13th due to snow. Please share with your neighbors. Thank you.
It’s that time of year again. Fire hydrants become quickly covered in our Central New York snowfalls. Please always check your neighborhood hydrant after snowfalls to ensure they’re both visible and accessible. If a fire happens, every minute counts. Our firefighters are counting on us to do this.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town of Cicero Town Board will hold a Public Hearing for December 28, 2016 commencing at 6:30 p.m. at the Cicero Town Hall 8236 Brewerton Rd., Cicero, NY 13039 to consider a Zone Change from R-10 (Residential) to RM (Residential Multiple) for the property located at Orangeport Road (Tax Map No. 116.-01-05.3)
By the order of the Cicero Town Board
Trash pickup will be delayed one day the weeks of December 26 and January 2, even though no holiday occurs on a weekday during those two weeks. This is outside the normal schedule, so please share with your neighbors. Thank you.
Our brush contractor, Onsite Development LLC, has graciously offered to add two additional brush pickups in December because residents were having trouble getting brush to the roadside during inclement weather.
West Side Week of December 5th
East Side Week of December 12th
Please share this information with your friends and we offer our thanks to Onsite Development for their initiative in doing this.
The Annual Shop with a Cop Event is on December 11th and starts at 9:00 am. Each child is awarded a $100.00 gift card and will have the opportunity to Shop with an Officer from the Town of Cicero Police Department. Dunkin’ Donuts will also be providing donuts and Hot Chocolate for the children and will be served at Target at the completion of the event. Winners are selected from the essay they were asked to submit in their own handwriting of “What the Holiday Season means to them and why they would like to shop with a Cop”.
To be eligible, children must be ages 6 through 11 and be residents in Town of Cicero. Essays must be postmarked not later than Monday, December 5th, or delivered to Cicero Police Department (8236 Brewerton Road) during normal work hours (8 am to 4 pm) by Wednesday, December 7th. Be sure to include name and phone number. If mailed, send to:
Shop for a Cop
c/o Cicero Police Department
8236 Brewerton Road
Cicero, NY 13039
Please share this information with family, friends, and neighbors who have children eligible to participate. This is always a fun event.
The New York State Department of Transportation will hold a public input and informational meeting at CNS High school on Tuesday, December 6th from 6 to 8 PM to discuss the I-81 project.
Approximately 50 DOT staffers will be on hand to answer questions per Mark Frechette, Project Manager with DOT.
Salina Town Supervisor Mark Nicotra and our Cicero Town Supervisor Mark Venesky will be in attendance to hear any concerns about the proposed project from Salina and Cicero residents.For additional information, please click here
November 9th Town Board Recognition
This past June, the Town of Cicero joined more than 8,000 states, communities, businesses and organizations for the Commemorative Partner Program for the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. The Commemorative Partner Program assists in thanking our Vietnam Veterans and their families in their hometowns. About 35% of veterans today are known for the service they offered to their country during the Vietnam War. At the November 9th Town Board Meeting, Supervisor Venesky invited everyone to join in thanking and honoring our veterans of the Vietnam War and their families for all of their sacrifices and for their service more than 50 years ago.
Bill Meyer, Veteran Advocate for the Town of Cicero said, “The Town of Cicero …will have grass roots community based celebrations to recognize and say ‘thank you’ to those 7 million Vietnam Era Veterans that are with us in the United States today”. Recognition events will follow in 2017 in conjunction with our VFW and the American Legion.
Said Supervisor Mark Venesky, “A grateful nation thanks and honors you, and we as the Town of Cicero want to thank and honor you as well, for your service”. “Our men and women who served in Vietnam served with honor, integrity and courage. They did a great service for their nation, and we are sincerely grateful to them”.
Supervisor Venesky acknowledged the following veterans below and presented them a 50th Anniversary Commemorative Pin and a commemorative proclamation signed by the President of the United States.
Back Row (pictured left to right) Supervisor Venesky, Councilor Conway, Councilor Becallo, Councilor Karp and Vietnam Veteran Councilor Richard Cushman. Front row Vietnam Veterans (Kevin Crook, Ronald Villnave, Richard Hooper and David Cowbum).