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Council To Act on Apex, Food Waste and Randall Park


-Cortland Common Council is expected to approve an Indemnification Agreement with the Cortland County Industrial Development Agency for cleanup at the Apex site on Cleveland Street. The IDA will clean up the property using city trucks and drivers to haul debris away. The agreement absolves the IDA for any claims that could result.

-The City needs to revise the contract for its project with the DEC and Seven Valleys Health Coalition to reduce food waste. The change is to cover the cost of property to lease for the effort. The goal is to identify, rescue and reuse wholesome food to alleviate food insecurity in the greater Cortland area.

-Another step forward to redesign Randall Park in Cortland. A Saratoga Springs architect firm will be hired for just under $36-thousand, using COVID-19 relief funds. Plans are to have a public meeting on the project in June, and for work to be completed by the Fall of 2023.

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