countrycourier-2002-12-04

MEMORIAL WALKWAY HITS ACCOUNTING SNAG IN WALES



The Commemorative Memorial Walkway planned for the Town of Wales and being shepherded toward fruition by a committee of local volunteers has hit a roadblock, but not one either side thinks is insurmountable. The commemorative walkway is the brainchild of community activist Susan Everett and former Town Historian Dee Ziegel. It is the goal of the two women and a […]

ROYCROFT POWERHOUSE OFFERED TO AURORA FOR NEW TOWN HALL



Orchard Park Developer Dan Murray asked the Aurora Town Board to consider using the Roycroft Powerhouse for a new town hall site at their regular meeting November 25. In a letter addressed to the five-member board, Murray reported the 7,900 square foot building would be available. Town Supervisor Thomas Cotton took the suggestion under advisement, but added the site may […]

ARCTIC AIR, HEAVY SNOWS ARRIVE FOR HOLIDAYS IN THE AREA



MEMORIAL WALKWAY HITS ACCOUNTING SNAG IN WALES

The Commemorative Memorial Walkway planned for the Town of Wales and being shepherded toward fruition by a committee of local volunteers has hit a roadblock, but not one either side thinks is insurmountable.

The Commemorative Memorial Walkway planned for the Town of Wales and being shepherded toward fruition by a committee of local volunteers has hit a roadblock, but not one either side thinks is insurmountable. The commemorative walkway is the brainchild of community activist Susan Everett and former Town Historian Dee Ziegel. It is the goal of the two women and a […]

POLICE AUTHORITY IN TOWN RAISES LEGAL QUESTIONS

As the village battles over a cap request from the town for their share of the police budget, legal observers are beginning to raise the issue of the validity of tickets and arrests made in the town.

As the village battles over a cap request from the town for their share of the police budget, legal observers are beginning to raise the issue of the validity of tickets and arrests made in the town. The town’s contract with the village expired December of 2001 said Village Administrator Kim LaMarche. The East Aurora Village Board decided to send […]

ROYCROFT POWERHOUSE OFFERED TO AURORA FOR NEW TOWN HALL

Orchard Park Developer Dan Murray asked the Aurora Town Board to consider using the Roycroft Powerhouse for a new town hall site at their regular meeting November 25.

Orchard Park Developer Dan Murray asked the Aurora Town Board to consider using the Roycroft Powerhouse for a new town hall site at their regular meeting November 25. In a letter addressed to the five-member board, Murray reported the 7,900 square foot building would be available. Town Supervisor Thomas Cotton took the suggestion under advisement, but added the site may […]

HOLLAND BOARD MOVING SLOWLY TO ADDRESS LOITERING



The Holland Town Board is moving cautiously in addressing the loitering law currently on its books. The issue was raised earlier in the fall when a number of residents appeared before the town board armed with complaints of roaming gangs of juveniles congregating near the high school. Residents said the youths were using foul language, intimidating passers-by and otherwise acting […]

ARCTIC AIR, HEAVY SNOWS ARRIVE FOR HOLIDAYS IN THE AREA



About 14-inches of snow, below zero temperatures and slick roads hit Sunday. Fail to dampen early shoppers The East Aurora area was hit with about 14-inches of snow during the first major storm of late fall Sunday and Monday. Schools were closed and some minor car accidents reported by police. Snow plow crews kept up with the lake effect snow […]

EA VILLAGE BOARD OK’S NO CAP ON POLICE CONTRACT WITH TOWN

In one of the shortest regular meetings on record - 15 minutes - the East Aurora Village Board authorized Mayor David DiPietro 6-0 on Monday to sign a contract for no cap on the police contract with the town.

In one of the shortest regular meetings on record – 15 minutes – the East Aurora Village Board authorized Mayor David DiPietro 6-0 on Monday to sign a contract for no cap on the police contract with the town. Village Attorney Robert Pierce said he had made the changes, removing the mention of any cap for the town. Supervisor Thomas […]

HOLLAND BOARD MOVING SLOWLY TO ADDRESS LOITERING

The Holland Town Board is moving cautiously in addressing the loitering law currently on its books.

The Holland Town Board is moving cautiously in addressing the loitering law currently on its books. The issue was raised earlier in the fall when a number of residents appeared before the town board armed with complaints of roaming gangs of juveniles congregating near the high school. Residents said the youths were using foul language, intimidating passers-by and otherwise acting […]