If Nu-Way Sanitation continues to disregard notices to clean up its property on Liberty St. (98S), Town of Arcade Zoning Officer Marvin Zielonka will have no choice but to begin citing them with violations. Zielonka sought approval from Arcade Town Board members at the meeting Monday, April 14, to send them a letter regarding a deadline to come into compliance with local ordinances.
Nu-Way Sanitation was not awarded the solid waste contract in the Village of Arcade, despite the fact their bid was slightly lower than that offered by Waste Management.
After building four new houses over the last 12 years, Habitat for Humanity is in the process of rehabilitating a house at 8 Cottage Court in the Village of Warsaw. According to Alan Roth, president of Habitat for Humanity of Wyoming County, the property was donated by a former local resident, and this is their first “rehab” house.
The 2014 Wyoming County United Way Campaign is in full swing and raising money to dole out to local non-profits in need of assistance.
The Board of Directors of the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County will hold its regular board meetings at 7 p.m. at the CCE Education Center, 401 North Main St., Warsaw on the following dates: April 16, Sept. 17, and the Annual Meeting on Nov. 5. The July 16 meeting will be held at Camp Wyomoco, 2780 Buffalo Road, Varysburg. Call 786-2251 with any questions.
Perry Mayor Rick Hauser and the Board of Trustees from the Village of Perry have taken a proactive anti-tobacco approach when it comes to their Village park and playground.
With an agricultural waiver through the NYS Education Department, chickens may be coming to Arcade Elementary School. Tanya Nickerson of Cornell Cooperative Extension in Wyoming County and Principal Melissa Devitt attended the April 15 meeting of the Arcade Village Board to seek approval.
The Rushford Economic Development Organization (REDO) presented an update on its plans, ideas and mission at the Rushford Town Board meeting on April 14. Chairman Ty Cobb, a Rushford native, wanted to share the group’s progress and ideas to help the town. The group’s mission is to assist in the beautification and economic growth of the community.
The “Welcome to Sardinia” signs need to be replaced, and board members voted to split up the recent signage bids, and award a piece of the job to two local businesses at the Sardinia Town Board meeting on Thursday, April 10. Crissi Vacinek of Vacinek Vinyl Signs will be contracted for three signs to be placed along Routes 39 and 16, and TW Signs will do the sign for the Town Hall/Community Center on Savage Road. As far as design goes, one of Vacinek's was chosen, and Councilman Len Hochadel, who is coordinating the purchase, will be sure all the signs are uniform. Highway Superintendent Don Hopkins agreed that the highway crew would replace the sign poles that are bent or broken.
A report of a domestic violence incident involving a man with a loaded shotgun led to the arrest of Thomas E. Rautenstrauch, 36, of North Java, on Thursday, April 17.
The Perry boys basketball season is off to a hot start, as the team has won its first three games. This past weekend, the Yellow Jackets took home the title in the Dansville Rotary Basketball Tournament for the second consecutive year.
The College at Brockport’s most outstanding students were spotlighted during its annual Honors and Awards Ceremony on April 11. This event recognizes outstanding undergraduate and graduate students for their academic successes and dedicated service to the college and to the community.