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Conflict at Pall Trinity Micro

See Friday's Cortland Standard for details of the conflict at Pall Trinity Micro over terms of a new contract the company implemented Thursday. Security guards were posted at Route 281 facility Thursday and the situation is still unfolding.

 

City considers energy conservation program

By TYRONE L. HEPPARD
Staff Reporter
theppard@cortlandstandardnews.net

The city Common Council has chosen Dec. 6 as the date for a public hearing to gather input from residents about the city joining a state group that would help commercial property owners make energy efficient upgrades.
Director of Administration and Finance Mack Cook said at the council’s Tuesday session that more opportunities have become available for the city since its credit was upgraded from an A- to an A+ by Standard & Poor’s Financial Services in September.

 

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