October 21, 2021

City tables Parker purchase

October 6, 2021

The Cortland Common Council tabled a vote Tuesday to buy the former Parker Elementary School following a discussion regarding absent councilpersons and the cost of the purchase for the city. The council voted, 6-0, to […]

Alvena Avenue on agenda

October 5, 2021

Cortland residents will be able to share their opinion tonight on the abandonment of a city street during the Cortland Common Council meeting, though action is not going to be taken until later, Mayor Brian […]

Parker plan pondered

September 9, 2021

While the city of Cortland hasn’t taken any action on converting the former Parker Elementary School into an early childhood center since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cortland Common Council is mixed about […]

City Republican candidates endorsed

August 27, 2021

A general contractor with coaching experience and a project consultant who volunteers with a veterans group are among the five Republican candidates for the Cortland Common Council recently endorsed by the Cortland County Republican Committee. […]

Hospital outlines redesign of Alvena Ave.

July 13, 2021

As sketches of the proposed redesigned parking lots for Guthrie Cortland Medical Center rested Monday on two easels nearby under a large white tent, officials explained the project and answered questions from about 20 neighbors. […]

Hospital reconfiguration plans moving forward

June 21, 2021

Cyrus Hamilton of Alvena Avenue in Cortland has never lived on a dead-end street, but pending approval for Guthrie Cortland Medical Center to close off a part of his street as a reconfiguration project, he […]

Groton Avenue work OK’d

June 17, 2021

The city of Cortland will take on a major construction project on the eastern side of Groton Avenue for infrastructure and street-level improvements, but it won’t coincide with work happening on Clinton Avenue. The Cortland […]

Time for longer terms?

June 9, 2021

The question of more demanding accountability versus longer time stability has been one municipalities such as Cortland and Cortlandville are pondering whether to extend term lengths from to four years from two. The Cortlandville Town […]

2nd hearing set on Hubbard Street

May 20, 2021

The Cortland Common Council will have a second public hearing in June for a pilot program to allow overnight street parking on Hubbard Street. The program, which had been raised and postponed last year, would […]

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