Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Results of Our Caucus

We are running a full slate of excellent candidates for office in the village of Dryden. MIKE MURPHY is running for mayor after five years as trustee (and another term back in the '80s!) Longtime residents DEBBIE FISHER and JASON DICKINSON are excellent candidates for trustees. She is a member of the Historical Society, has served on the board of the Community Cafe since its founding, and was part of the steering group for the new playground at Montgomery Park. He teaches at George Junior, and with three boys in Dryden Schools, he's coached his fill with the sports and rec teams for over a dozen years. All three are running on a platform of sensible development, good communication, and fiscal responsibility.

Friday, January 19, 2018

Village Caucus

Do you live in the Village of Dryden? Are you a registered Democrat? You are eligible and encouraged to join your fellow Dems at Dryden Village Hall, Monday, January 29 at 7:30 PM, to help choose candidates to run for mayor and trustees! Just show up, and we'll walk you through the process!

Friday, December 29, 2017

Help Plan for Village Elections

Our next meeting is Monday, 1/8 (early this month!) at 7:30 pm, VILLAGE HALL (change of venue). On the agenda are the upcoming Dryden Village Caucus and the 2018 plans for town and county. All interested Democrats in the town and village are welcome to attend.

Monday, November 20, 2017

Campaign Recap, and on to 2018

Please plan to join us at 12 South Street, 7:30 Monday 11/27, to recap Campaign 2017, look forward to the village campaign, and meet someone interested in running in November 2018.

Monday, November 6, 2017


Joe Osmeloski informs us that his wife's is the only Osmeloski name on the lawsuit filed against Sun8 and the Town of Dryden. On the card pictured below, which went to west side Dems and Blanks, we mistakenly suggested that a candidate was suing the town, but it appears that only the candidate's wife is doing so, and not on the candidate's behalf. The Dryden Democrats regret the error.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Bruno Says/Fact Is


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4. From communication with County Attorney Jonathan Wood:

Back in 2015, they were looking at the whole way we would use the site in the future. Real issue was an evaluation of that land for county uses.

Such as: • Maintaining the leachfield area for runoff (required by DEC). They marked off where that would be. • Also considering having a spot for food waste – new state law will require institutions (e.g., supermarkets, restaurants) to recycle food scraps. Will dramatically increase the volume of food scraps, so we’ll need that space for much larger volume of compost. • Then they considered what leftover space could be used for solar? not that much. Some wetlands there too.

Later, Solar City looked at the site and determined that it wouldn’t work. The biggest issue is that it really doesn’t have good electric connections. Overall it’s “…not a good solar site at all.” They said it’s not worth thinking about.