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It Was Day Of Resolve, Ending With Romance

It Was Day Of Resolve,

Ending With Romance

The Otsego County Relay for Life – a day of resolve – ended with romance, as Christopher “Justin” Haynes – the Oneonta DJ Justino, who emceed at the Relay and handled the audio needs – proposed to his girlfriend, Deanie Lord, from the main stage at Milford’s Wilber Park, as the evening came to an end. The two are no strangers to weddings – Justin operates his own business, DJ Justino Wedding Expert & Photo Booth Specialist, and Deanie has modeled bridal gowns at the annual Bridal Expo at Foothills. (Mark Spaziano photos for AllOTSEGO.com)
Architectual Review Board Declines Hotel Proposal

H-PARB Rejects Hotel

Application As Incomplete

The Historic Architectural Review Board declined to approve the application for the proposed hotel at 124 Main st. in Cooperstown sighting shortcomings in the application, plans and materials.  Here, architect Kurt Ofer shows Liz Callihan, Ralph Snell and Roger McMillan the blueprints for the hotel.  Next week, he and his wife, HPARB chair Teresa Drerup, will present the plans to the planning board in hopes that the trustees will make a recommendation for the plans to continue.

The Village of Cooperstown’s Historic Preservation & Architectural Review Board this evening declined to approve the application for the proposed hotel at 124 Main Street, citing shortcomings in the application, plans and materials. Here, architect Kurt Ofer, right, shows H-PARB members, from right, Liz Callahan, Ralph Snell and acting chair Roger MacMillan, the blueprints for the hotel. Next week, he and his wife, Teresa Drerup, who recused herself tonight, but only for this portion of the meeting, will present the plans to the village Planning Board. (Ian Austin/ allotsego.com)

READ FULL STORY IN TOMORROW’S FREEMAN’S JOURNAL

ALSO, DETAILS OF H-PARB REJECTION OF HOPS BARN RAZING

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