A positive resolution of this issue depends on individual people getting involved and taking action. Even if you don't live in Cayuga Heights, you can make a difference:
1. Speak up
Contact the following decision makers and let them know your questions and concerns:
Mayor Kate Supron
Deputy Mayor Liz Karns
Police Chief James Steinmetz
Cayuga Heights Trustees:
Chris Crooker email
Stephen Hamilton email
Diana Riesman email
Richard Robinson email
Peter Salton email
Phone messages for the trustees can be left at (607) 257-1238.
2. Sign our online petition
Visit Change.org for a quick and easy way to get your name added to our petition and have an email sent in your name to the decisionmakers.
3. Write a letter to the editor
The Ithaca Journal
Cornell Daily Sun
4. Sign up to receive updates
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5. Help educate others
Get your friends, neighbors and colleagues involved in the public dialogue about this important issue. Begin by letting them know about this web resource. You can do that quickly and easily by clicking on the Send-to-a-Friend button.
6. Attend meetings of the Cayuga Heights Village Trustees
The Village Trustees are the decision makers. Consider attending these public meetings and letting the trustees know your questions and concerns.
Village Trustee meetings are open to the public and are held at 7 PM on the second Monday of every month.