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The Club, SYI Officials Inform Concord Town and Village Boards About Merger


By Rich Place Officials from Springville Youth Incorporated (SYI) and the former Boys & Girls Club of Springville provided both the Springville Village Board and Concord Town Board with an update at their respective meetings on the groups’ impending merger. Wende Pukay, SYI president, and Bill Gugino, president of The Club of Springville, were present at the June 14 town ... Read More »

Generator Expected to be Installed This Year at Senior Center


By Rich Place The Concord Senior Center is expected to have a generator installed sometime this year after the Concord Town Board during its June 14 meeting gave the green light to accept a $50,000 grant for its purchase and installation. Installing the generator likely this autumn will allow the senior center to be used as a warming shelter in ... Read More »

Village Board Hears Road Repair Update

By Rich Place Following a public hearing on 37 South Central Ave. that spanned more than an hour and a brief update from The Club president Bill Gugino on his organization’s pending merger with Springville Youth Incorporated (SYI), the Springville Village Board on Monday proceeded to the rest of the items on its agenda during its regular meeting. The meeting ... Read More »

37 S. Central Owner Granted Last Chance to Remedy Property


By Rich Place The Springville Village Board on Monday granted the owner of 37 South Central Ave. one last chance to fix the deteriorating structures at the site within a predetermined period of time or face demolition. The opportunity for Steven Weber, of Pavilion, to remedy the numerous issues with the multi-family dwelling and adjacent garage at the site came ... Read More »

Village Board Hears Results of Local Business Survey


By Rich Place The Springville Village Board on Monday learned more about what new businesses village residents, as well as nearby non-residents, would like to see as well as their overall thoughts on the local business climate. As a surprise to most on the village board, respondents of the survey conducted by Valient Market Research concluded that a new gym ... Read More »

Town Board Approves Senior Center Rental Policy

By Rich Place New use and rental policies for the Concord Senior Center, authorization of a new town truck purchase and the appointment of a town court clerk highlighted the May 10 meeting of the Concord Town Board. Unanimous approval by the Concord Town Board of the Senior Center Use Policy and a Facility Rental Agreement was something the board ... Read More »

Village Board Addresses 37 S. Central Ave., Board Signs Two-Year Agreement with Fire Company

By Rich Place The Springville Village Board took action toward remedying a distressed property that has been the subject of much conversation at recent meetings. The board unanimously approved for Michael Kaleta, building inspector and code enforcement officer, to issue a notice of remedy to the property owner at 37 S. Central Ave., a large green structure near the corner ... Read More »

Colden Native and SGI Grad Announces Campaign for 147th District


By Rich Place Surrounded by supporters on the front steps of the East Aurora Village Hall, Luke Wochensky, a Colden native and SGI graduate, announced his candidacy Tuesday for the 147th district of the New York State Assembly. Now an East Aurora resident, Wochensky said he took 18 hours on Monday visiting all 30 towns in the district and talked ... Read More »

Deadline Approaching For Lease Agreement With Village, Fire Company


By Rich Place The Village of Springville and Springville Volunteer Fire Company Inc. have yet to reach an agreement on rental payments for space at the fire hall, located at 405 W. Main St., for the village’s fire apparatus. After updating the village board on Monday about a recent meeting in which the two sides failed to come to an ... Read More »

Concord Town Board Addresses Spring Break Storm


By Alicia Dziak Following the recent power outage throughout much of the Town of Concord, the town’s regular board meeting on Thursday, April 12 began with public comment from a resident questioning whether there is a central location for residents to get information in case of emergency. Supervisor Clyde Drake said there is an emergency protocol, also noting that the ... Read More »

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