The vacant and decaying LeMoyne Manor now has its second owner in less than two years. (Justin Page/CNYCentral. )SALINA, N.Y. â€” A Central New York landmark again has a new owner, and quite possibly a new redevelopment plan.Longley Jones Management, a development company based in East Syracuse, has confirmed it has purchased the former banquet hall and hotel from DeWitt based Empire Management Companies.
The $15 million gondola was to feature 32 individual pods that would travel the half mile between Gate 10 and the Amphitheater, over Route 690.SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The controversial state fair gondola project will not be shuttling concert and fairgoers between the Lakeview Amphitheater and the fairgrounds by 2018 as originally thought. "The gondola will just have to wait for a future phase," said County Executive Joanie Mahoney, R-Onondaga, during an interview Friday.
DEWITT, N.Y. â€” Demolition work has once again halted at the site of the former Howard Johnson Restaurant & Motor Lodge and town leaders, as well as the property owner, say they don't know why. "It has become increasingly frustrating," said Kerry Mannion, a Town of DeWitt board member who has fought to have the land redeveloped for years. "I spoke to the property owner today and they had no idea the work had stopped.
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Selecting a term
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