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Compensating Coaches for Success

A seemingly minor point in the labor agreement between the East Aurora schools and the facul…

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Thursday 06/19/2008
Wary About the Noise Ordinance
Posted: June 19, 2008

Most of the discussions on a new village noise ordinance for East Aurora have taken place informally or at a work session, in situations intended to allow board members to share their thoughts, not necessarily pick a path. Still, the direction of the discussions I've heard have worried me, and reminded me of several other ordinances the village has seen fit to pass in the last year or so, such as the no-internal-illumination sign code, the lengthy and complex lighting code, and the restrictions on backyard fires. East Aurora is not a gated community, and we're not members of some homeowners association, but our regulations seem to be drifting that way.

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Thursday 06/12/2008
Paranoia Runs Deep at Iroquois
Posted: June 12, 2008

It is not unusual for school districts to circle the wagons when district policies, performance or personnel are under fire from the public. Currently it's Iroquois Central's time in the barrel, and it appears the bunker mentality has set in.

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Thursday 06/05/2008
East Aurora Loves a Debate
Posted: June 05, 2008

The history of East Aurora might be characterized as a long series of debates interrupted by brief intervals of quiet. Some on the outside think there's something in the water here. That theory doesn't hold water because, after years of debates over water quality and source, village residents now drink the same water as do other county residents.

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New Solar Panel Laws Proposed in Aurora; Public Hearing Set

After months of discussing building codes and property line setbacks, the Aurora Town Board has released a proposed law that would regulate solar panel installations in town.

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