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Conflict Of Interest? Gaglianese Talks Massa Project At First Council Meeting

Massa Construction has enjoyed a lucrative and longstanding relationship with the City of Geneva for many years, and during that time has been the winning …

City Government

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City To Sell Lakefront Parcel To State Park, Land Swap Avoided

On October 2 2019, City Council will vote on a resolution to schedule a public hearing on the sale of a 7.25 acre parcel of …

Geneva Police

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GPD Officers Laugh And Joke In Courtroom As Criminal Cop Offered Plea Deal

Suspended Geneva Police officer Jack Montesanto made his first court appearance today, December 2nd, since August after being arrested and charged in July. Montesanto, who …

City Officials Silent As Racist Meme Cop Leaves GPD

Geneva Foundry

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City Spends $800K Fighting Foundry Victims In Court, DEC Pays The Bill

From November 2016 to August 2019, the City of Geneva paid over $799,000 to a Syracuse-based law firm to fight against city residents in court …

The Geneva Foundry Disaster and Cover-up

Ward 6

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Ward 6 Gets A Councilor: Hollenbeck Appointed To Seat

After 132 days without representation, Ward 6 has a City Councilor. By unanimous vote, City Council appointed Democrat Dana Hollenbeck to the seat that has …

Community Compact

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Compact Update: Gramling Announces “Civilian Oversight And Community-Building Program”

If the Compact’s primary goal is “relationship building,” then why are they involved in implementing a civilian review program, complaint process improvements, and other police …


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City Council Slashes Anti-Poverty And Neighborhood Funding For 2019

City Council used their final 2019 budget session to make dramatic, last-second cuts to the city’s anti-poverty effort, the Economic Opportunity Task Force, and the …