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Concord Town Board Sets Budget Hearings

By Derek M. Otto The regular meeting of the Town of Concord Board was held Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 at the Town Hall at 86 Franklin Street Springville.  The meeting opened with public comment where Mary Jane Miess continued her advocacy of the seniors in the town.  She has had concerns that the five day lunch program has been reduced ... Read More »

Residents Respond To Proposed Small Animal Law

By Derek M. Otto The regular meeting of the Village of Springville Board of Trustees was held Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, at 65 Franklin Street. The meeting moved into a public hearing on Local Code Chapter 60 Animals.  A good number of residents attended the meeting and addressed major concerns with the law.  The proposed law will change the number ... Read More »

Intersection Proposals Highlight Town Board Meeting

By Derek . M. Otto The regular meeting of the Town Of Concord Board was held Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017,  at the town hall. Highway superintendent Dennis Dains was absent.  The meeting opened with the floor being given to Erie County Legislator John Mills.  Mills was making his regular visitations to board meetings.  A major highlight was that he reported ... Read More »

Springville Hires New Police Officer

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By Derek M. Otto The regular meeting of the Village of Springville was held Monday, Aug. at 65 Franklin Street.  Code Enforcement Officer Mike Kaleta was absent.  The meeting started off with Liz Melock asking the board to approve Adam Tillinghast as the part-time caretaker, or light maintenance worker, to replace Lester Dunn.  The board approved the hire with the ... Read More »

Town Board Receives Audit Results

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By Derek M. Otto The regular meeting of the Town of Concord was held Thursday July 13, 2017 at 7 p.m. Supervisor Gary Eppolito was excused and deputy supervisor Jim Krezmein ran the meeting.    The meeting opened with Laura Landers CPA reporting the results of the audit of the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 2016.  Overall, the fund balances ... Read More »

Progress On Heritage Park, Franklin Street

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By Derek M. Otto The regular meeting of the village of Springville was held on Monday, July 10. Trustees Robert Moriarty, Terry Skelton and Officer-in-Charge of the Springville Police were not present. In the village administrators report, Liz Melock asked the board to approve $2,420 in budget transfers to close out the fiscal year ending June 30.  She asked the ... Read More »

Another Veteran Added to Village Honor Roll

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By Derek M. Otto The regular meeting of the village of Springville Board met on Monday, June 19. During public comment, Bill O’Brien, Third Vice Commander of  the American Legion Post 431, told the board that a Korean War veteran had not been listed on the Korean War Memorial in Shuttleworth Park.  Ensign Baker David G. Baker was killed when ... Read More »

Poloncarz Addresses Road Concerns, Outlines New Economic Plan

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By Elizabeth Riggs The hazardous, deteriorated road conditions were the main topic of question, and for some, outrage, last week at a town hall meeting held by Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz at the Sprague Brook Casino in Glenwood. In the town hall portion of the meeting, local business owners and residents all questioned Poloncarz as to how tax dollars ... Read More »

Town of Concord Begins Planning for the Future

A public information meeting to discuss the Town of Concord Comprehensive Plan Update is scheduled for Wednesday, June 28 at 6 p.m. in the Concord Town Hall. The purpose of this informational meeting is to provide local residents and stakeholders the opportunity to express their views on land use and zoning, community character, growth and development, agricultural preservation, recreational needs, ... Read More »

Heritage Park to be Completed

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By Derek M. Otto The regular meeting of the Village of Springville Board of Trustees was held Monday, June 5 at 7 p.m.  Trustee Robert Moriarty and village attorney Paul Weiss were absent.  Yvonne Tripi, deputy village attorney, filled in for Weiss. In her report, village administrator Liz Melock asked the board to approve the lawn mowing bid for distressed ... Read More »

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