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Main Street and Lettis Highway Get Facelift

Main Street and Lettis Highway Get Facelift On Saturday, September 10, about a dozen SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick students joined several community volunteers in a long-overdue clean-up of the triangle at the intersection of Main Street and Lettis Highway in the City of Oneonta. “The city’s lack of funds and staffing had put the maintenance of this entrance to Oneonta on a backburner,” Mark Drnek, Mayor of Oneonta, said. “But a local resident, Wendy Slicer, saw an opportunity to engage…

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CANO’s City of the Hills Festival Returns

CANO’s City of the Hills Festival Returns On Saturday, September 17 from noon to past midnight, Community Arts Network of Oneonta (CANO) will bring back the popular City of the Hills Art Festival. “This is the largest committee we have ever had. Due to the pandemic, there hasn’t been a festival in 3 years, so we decided to extend the festivities, said Hope Von Stengel, Executive Director, CANO. There will be a mural unveiling, yoga, activities for adults and children,…

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City of the Hills: May 27, 2021

City of the Hills City to hold Memorial Day parade Monday The Memorial Day Parade and celebration is set to kick off on Monday, May 31, with a parade starting at the Foothills Performing Arts Center at 10 a.m., going into Main Street and ending at Neahwa Park. Masks and social distancing are required. Oberacker to give historic presentation State Sen. Peter Oberacker will be giving a presentation to the Town of Maryland Historical Society at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, May…

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City of the Hills: May 13, 2021

City of the Hills Oneonta to close Main Street on Saturday Oneonta will be closing Main Street from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday, May 15, in celebration of SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick College graduates. The street will be closed between Elm Street and Chestnut Street for the purpose of outdoor shopping and dining. Council to revisit mask ordinance The Oneonta legislative council discussed the city’s mask ordinance Monday, May 10, and the matter is expected to be brought up…

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Council Approves Main Street Closure, Dining

Common Council Approves Main Street Closure, Dining ONEONTA – Starting 9 a.m. next Saturday, July 18, and continuing through Sept. 5, Main Street from Elm to Chestnut will be closed to allow restaurants to expand their outdoor dining opportunities. “It’s highly marketable,” said Council Member Mark Drnek, Eighth Ward, who chairs the Survive, Then Thrive committee. “Downtown Oneonta could become the Best Restaurant in New York.” Restaurants will be able to place tables in front of their restaurants only, as…

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