What is it?

The Earlville for Earlville project will give our community a way for us to define and describe our needs and goals, and to use those needs and goals to develop an action plan. We will do this by asking ourselves questions in a variety of ways: through surveys, interviews, focus groups and public meetings. These questions will help us determine what services currently exist in our community, and what are our challenges and what we want to do for the future of Earlville.  The action plan that results will help us learn what our priority projects are, and who can help us work towards making those projects happen.

Who is it?

The Earlville for Earlville project is led by a partnership that includes the Village of Earlville, the Town of Hamilton, Town of Sherburne, the Earlville Free Library, the Partnership for Community Development, the Upstate Institute at Colgate University, and others. Most importantly, the project will include anyone who lives or has lived in Earlville; property owners, businesses, and even includes our youth. The project will provide several ways for any residents who want to share their voice to be included in the conversation.

Steering Committee

Rachel Amman Burns-The Belltree

Michelle Connelly- Earlville Opera House

Gerry Hayes- Village of Earlville Board 

Mark Golden-Golden Artist Colors

Shari Taylor-Hamilton Town Board/Earlville Free Library

Jessica Graybill-Colgate University/Village resident

Charlie Mastro-Town of Sherburne 

Jen Marotto Lutter-PCD

Laura Caughlan-PCD

Sue Reymers-Town of Hamilton, Clerk

Angela Wescott-Viridescent Times owner

Isaac Garner-Youth representative

Margaret Corey-Sherwood-Village of Earlville/business owner 

Lynn Schwarzer-Upstate Institute

Julie Dudrick- Upstate Institute

Karla Vanderneut- NBT Bank

Eve Ann Shwartz- Town of Hamilton, Supervisor

Kelly Beach- Village of Earlville, Clerk 

Jessica Moquin-Village of Earlville resident

 

Want to learn more? Contact Jen Marotto Lutter at jmlutter@hamiltonpcd.org or 315-825-3537.