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Oneonta Fire Commissioners Meet Tonight

Oneonta Fire Commissioners

Meeting Planned For Tonight

ONEONTA – The remaining Town of Oneonta fire commissioners, Johna Peachin and Fred Volpe, will have the regularly scheduled meeting of the Oneonta Fire District tonight at the Elm Park Methodist Church at 6 p.m.

Additionally, former commissioner Don Lamanna’s resignation letter will be read at the Town of Oneonta Board Meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 11.

 

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Agreement May Be Close On Oneonta Fire Contract

Agreement May Be Close

On Oneonta Fire Contract

Coccoma To Reconvene Court at 1:15;

Meanwhile, Lawyers, Clients To Confer

Town of Oneonta Fire Commissioners Johna Peachin, center, and Fred Volpe, right, exit state Supreme Court in Cooperstown shortly afternoon with the district's lawyer, Terrence Hannigan, to discuss a possible settlement to the fire-protection standoff with the city. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Town of Oneonta Fire Commissioners Johna Peachin, center, and Fred Volpe, right, exit state Supreme Court in Cooperstown shortly after noon with the fire district’s lawyer, Terrence Hannigan, to discuss a possible settlement to the fire-protection standoff with the city. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

COOPERSTOWN – An agreement may be close.

Reconvening the hearing in state Supreme Court here shortly after noon, Judge Michael V. Coccoma said “there have been proposals” that City Attorney David Merzig and the lawyer for the Town of Oneonta Fire District #1, Terrence Hannigan of Delmar, should discuss with their clients over the lunch hour.

Coccoma said he will reopen the hearing at 1:15 p.m., in hopes both parties will be nodding their heads by then.

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