countrycourier-2001-09-05

HOLLAND BOARD SEEKS STATE GRANT

The Holland Town Board last Tuesday night held a special meeting and authorized Supervisor Gordon Hessel, Jr. to sign a state grant application that gives Holland $10,600 for a municipal waste reduction and recycling program.

The Holland Town Board last Tuesday night held a special meeting and authorized Supervisor Gordon Hessel, Jr. to sign a state grant application that gives Holland $10,600 for a municipal waste reduction and recycling program. The grant for the first time will allow Holland to purchase regrading equipment, chippers, and shredders, making it easier for the town highway department to […]

DOUBTS ABOUT PROJECT IN TOWN OF WALES



A proposal to help fund capital improvements at Elma’s Creek Road Park is being met with skepticism by some Town of Wales officials. .by Pat McDonnell .At the Wales board monthly meeting held last Tuesday night, Councilman Edmund “Bud” Bogucki, board liaison to EMW Sports, Inc., said the football operation is “looking at three towns to subsidize the remainder” of […]

THREE RACES PROMISE ACTION IN TOWN OF AURORA PRIMARY



Primary elections are Tuesday and the Town of Aurora Republican primary promises the most action with contests for supervisor, town counsel, and justice. Three incumbents who didn’t receive the local GOP endorsement are in the race. Incumbent Republican Supervisor Tom Cotton, who won the seat after a primary election two years ago, is facing Peggy Cooke, a town department head […]

DOUBTS ABOUT PROJECT IN TOWN OF WALES



A proposal to help fund capital improvements at Elma’s Creek Road Park is being met with skepticism by some Town of Wales officials. by Pat McDonnell At the Wales board monthly meeting held last Tuesday night, Councilman Edmund “Bud” Bogucki, board liaison to EMW Sports, Inc., said the football operation is “looking at three towns to subsidize the remainder” of […]

HOLLAND BOARD SEEKS STATE GRANT



by Pat McDonnell The Holland Town Board last Tuesday night held a special meeting and authorized Supervisor Gordon Hessel, Jr. to sign a state grant application that gives Holland $10,600 for a municipal waste reduction and recycling program. The grant for the first time will allow Holland to purchase regrading equipment, chippers, and shredders, making it easier for the town […]

THREE RACES PROMISE ACTION IN TOWN OF AURORA PRIMARY



Primary elections are Tuesday and the Town of Aurora Republican primary promises the most action with contests for supervisor, town counsel, and justice. Three incumbents who didn’t receive the local GOP endorsement are in the race. Incumbent Republican Supervisor Tom Cotton, who won the seat after a primary election two years ago, is facing Peggy Cooke, a town department head […]

THREE RACES PROMISE ACTION IN TOWN OF AURORA PRIMARY

Primary elections are Tuesday and the Town of Aurora Republican primary promises the most action with contests for supervisor, town counsel, and justice.

Primary elections are Tuesday and the Town of Aurora Republican primary promises the most action with contests for supervisor, town counsel, and justice. Three incumbents who didn’t receive the local GOP endorsement are in the race. Incumbent Republican Supervisor Tom Cotton, who won the seat after a primary election two years ago, is facing Peggy Cooke, a town department head […]

DOUBTS ABOUT PROJECT IN TOWN OF WALES

A proposal to help fund capital improvements at Elma's Creek Road Park is being met with skepticism by some Town of Wales officials.

At the Wales board monthly meeting held last Tuesday night, Councilman Edmund “Bud” Bogucki, board liaison to EMW Sports, Inc., said the football operation is “looking at three towns to subsidize the remainder” of a $15,000 lighting project that would allow games to be played at night. Currently, Bogucki said, the intermunicipal sports group has raised $10,000 and wants the […]

DRAMATIC INCREASE BY ELMA TOWN BOARD

The Elma Town Board dramatically increased the rate it charges major companies in town for fire hydrant/water protection.

.by Pat McDonnell .The Elma Town Board dramatically increased the rate it charges major companies in town for fire hydrant/water protection. Under a resolution approved on a 4-0 vote at the last morning work session, the board increased its “Ready to Serve Charges” from $100 to approximately $900 for Moog, Inc., Steuben Foods, Servotronics, Motorola, the Crag Burn Country Club, […]

DRAMATIC INCREASE BY ELMA TOWN BOARD



.by Pat McDonnell .The Elma Town Board dramatically increased the rate it charges major companies in town for fire hydrant/water protection. Under a resolution approved on a 4-0 vote at the last morning work session, the board increased its “Ready to Serve Charges” from $100 to approximately $900 for Moog, Inc., Steuben Foods, Servotronics, Motorola, the Crag Burn Country Club, […]