Here’s some of what East Aurora Advertiser subscribers will be reading about this week. Marilla Supervisor Earl Gingerich says the town will not enforce the Erie County mask mandate and is exploring the possibility of the town leaving Erie County.
Rick Ohler writes about the success of Erin Sullivan in fast pitch softball and Cole Jenkin’s bid to take his football skills as a long snapper to the NFL.
Also in the news, local school districts are seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases. Also in school news the East Aurora school officials are working on an updated emergency response plan and the Iroquois district adopts its strategic plan.
There will be a public hearing before the East Aurora Village Board Monday on a proposed three-lot subdivision of a long-undeveloped parcel on Walnut Street.
Business openings include the Dollar General in South Wales, an Ace Hardware in East Aurora and Dave’s Meals 2 Go opens in the Oakwood Square.
These are just a few of the stories and news items, along with pictures from the Turk-EA Trot and Small Business Saturday that are in this weeks’s print edition of the Advertiser.
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