Lowville teacher and coach opens bicycle repair, art shop
'I've always been kind of a tinkerer,' said Jacob K. Steria, owner of Cycle Therapy, 7661 Sharp St. 'I enjoy it.'
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#1 May 25, 2014
I remember jake steria. You couldve kinda figured he would end up in Lowville. Well thank god cause now we have a freakin bicycle shop! Oh lord, what other culturally relevant things does Jake have in the works? He better be beaming some high powered public wifi or something. Hey Jake, how about a discount for a fellow Lowville alum.
#2 May 27, 2014
but I am jealous of him too.
can you believe he's doing something he likes to do and I have no interests whatsoever so I have nothing to do
#3 May 28, 2014
Find a JOB..........
#4 May 28, 2014
This simple closed minded thinking of the Lewis County people is the reason this place is a miserable suck hole to live in. Someone opens up a business and all the dipf*cks bash it and talk sh*t to the point that small local businesses don't stay open very long. And then the same stupid dipf*cks b*tch when they have to drive to Watertown, Utica or Syracuse to purchase these services. So here's an idea keep your negativity about things that may not excite you or be your idea of a good time to yourselves so that those who do enjoy these things can do so locally.
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