3/30/12

Snow birds recently spotted in Cape Vincent, NY.


This sign has appeared on the entrance of Cape Vincent's new Hotel Roxy. Also, across the street a new business rumored to be a restaurant & bakery is well under construction and looking very nice.  And, recently, there were reports that snow birds returning from their winter homes in the South have been seen roaming the streets and visiting local businesses. 

As the sign says, "Welcome Back!"

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sure hope we have not lost our right to vote in that we have been away for a few weeks.

Polly Information said...

Although Gary King and Harold Wiley did work real hard and wrote letters trying to get people's star exemptions taken away and even though they were lying to people with their claims of voter fraud in Cape Vincent, you might want to check to be sure you are properly registered and where your polling place is.

You can do that by going to this link.

Remember, if you live in Cape Vincent or any other place for 30 days of the year you are allowed to register and vote there.

Provided you meet the 30 day requirement, you can vote at the residence that means the most to you or where you think your vote counts most.

Don't be intimidated by the Cape Vincent Democratic and Citizens for Fair Government bullies!

They can't take your vote away and changing your registration is very easy.

The people who work in the Jefferson County Board of Elections offices are very nice people and ready to assist you in any way. Walk-ins are welcome.

Continue to support clean un-corrupted government in Cape Vincent by registering to vote at the home you love most.

Lunch Hour Gang said...

What good news about the Roxy. For weeks now, nattering nabobs of negativism have been trying to convince us that Roxy's had gone belly up.

Anonymous said...

You have until midnight tonight (Mar. 30) to register with the Board of Elections as a member of the Republican Party in order to vote in New York’s April 24 presidential primary. Mail-in voter registration forms must be post-marked March 30 and received no later than April 4 to qualify.

Anonymous said...

Polly makes a very good point. All along our Golden Crescent many can register to vote their summer homes to protect our interest. President Obama is trying to revive the GLOW initiative. We kicked Kessell and the NYPA out once and will do it again. Oswego County, Jefferson and St. Lawrence will not become and energy dump for downstate power.

Anonymous said...

Contrary to what the wiley-king politicals will tell you. Citizens of Cape Vincent understand the very important contribution of the folks who flee the CV winters for a few months every year. We do appreciate your financial support of our businesses. My husband and I never mind waiting in line at French Town in the summer or sometimes not getting our favorite table at Aubreys. We also appreciate your volunteerism and helping to fill our pews and coffers. You are the strength of the community and if not for you we would not be able to plow our roads, get our garbage picked up and employ our local Village and Town workers year round. We enjoy the winter peace and quiet but it is because of you that we can afford it.

Travel safe on your return.

Anonymous said...

Even the Cape prison is corrupt. They caught some stealing from them. I hope new people can clean that place up.

Over a barrel said...

In the real news, Oil and Gas subsidies survived the latest attack with a Republican filibuster in the house. Ironically, the same subsidies used to develop wind power. Thanks BP, nothing like eating our cake and saving your own.
Oops, tell me again how this catch 22 is going to be stopped? Will it be before the economy completely tanks or after BP pulls out after the subsides finally run dry? Yeah, and please tell me again how that's a nutcase observation.

A taxpayer said...

3/30/12 4:02 PM Not to mention allowing a town employee to get a simple slap on the wrists for stealing revenue. If it weren;t for theft and corruption no one could argue the merits of the PILOT program. How does that work again? Oh yeah. Give me $20 million a year in tax breaks and I'll give the town $6 million in return. Fair deal, according to current political accounting.

Anonymous said...

1:15

That was reported on this blog several days ago as
many of use readers have been in constant touch with our representatives regarding the PTC situation.

Anonymous said...

Yea, I believe that sign in that so called Irish bar. Last year it made all kinds of promises when it'll be ready to open and they lied and opened two months later. What a crock of s---. They can go belly up as far as I'm concerned.

Anonymous said...

Screw you...

It opened for business yesterday.

Anonymous said...

Hey 8:51 that Irish bar is really busy today, one car there. If you can afford a drink there, better bring some serious cash if you're drinking. Thank god there's two other bars in town that serve a cheaper and better beer.

Anonymous said...

Hey 6:24 you dumass.

Go back and read the sign. Today is Monday.