The Chautauqua Property Owners Association wrapped up the season with its annual business meeting Saturday morning in the Hall of Philosophy.
The Chautauqua Property Owners Association is hoping to shed some light on an issue concerning many Chautauquans — literally. Pedestrian…
At Saturday’s Chautauqua Property Owners Association general meeting, the Hall of Philosophy was packed with homeowners itching to know how eventual construction on the Amphitheater could affect their properties.
The Chautauqua Property Owners Association will use its first general meeting 9 a.m. Saturday in the Hall of Philosophy as…
Bicycles are both a form of transportation and recreation for many summer guests at Chautauqua Institution, and this summer the Chautauqua Property Owners Association is focused on the safety of both bicyclists and pedestrians on the grounds.
Tom Cherry, supervisor of the Chautauqua Utility District, stole the spotlight at the Chautauqua Property Owner’s Association annual meeting Saturday in the Hall of Christ. Cherry took over the role of Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan — who was originally scheduled to appear at the meeting but had a last-minute conflict — to speak about CUD’s plans for a new sewer plant.
Bill Neches has seen the light. Or perhaps more accurately, he’s seen too much of it.
When the Institution’s gates opened last week and Chautauquans began pouring onto the grounds, many were busy filling their schedules with lectures, shows and performances. What most didn’t pencil into their calendars was a two-hour chunk of time spent on the phone, arguing with Time Warner Cable as they tried to revive their Internet capabilities.
In 1893, Chautauqua’s founding fathers built a wastewater treatment plant to protect Chautauqua Lake. One-hundred-and-twenty years later, the lake still needs protection, now more than ever.
Bright street lights are a great way for big cities to increase visibility and reduce crime. But what are those lights doing on the grounds of Chautauqua Institution?