The Town of Aurora heard and approved parking permits for events schedule to be held at at Knox Farm State Park, and a request by the Buffalo Rugby Club has been tabled pending review by the East Aurora Police and Aurora Highway Superintendent.
A special meeting will take place next week for the Town of Aurora Planning Board to discuss proposed zoning changes to the B1, B2 and I-Industrial zoning districts.
The Town of Aurora Planning Board will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. at 575 Oakwood Ave. to discuss proposed changes to the Town Open Development Area (aka flag lot) code. Some Aurora Town Board members will be at the meeting, too. This meeting is open to the public and attendance is encouraged. Comments and […]
As the board starts to discuss whether it will allow cannabis dispensaries in town, it is also looking at adjusting its rules for smoking on public land because of the legalization of cannabis in New York State. The current code does not have any restrictions regarding smoking in any form. The local law would mean smoking and vaping are banned in most situations from town owned property. This means a ban on both tobacco and cannabis products.
A hearing was held regarding Amy and Michael Gates’ request for approval to keep three alpacas on their property on Oakwood Avenue near Elmwood Avenue. At this time the Village Board has tabled the matter to consider the comments made at the meeting and allow residents to gain more information about the animals.
The Village Board of East Aurora has approved the site plan design for a change in renovation of 636 East Fillmore Ave. As long as state approval is given, a former garage near the ice rink in the Village of East Aurora will be renovated to feature four condominium units. A motion to discuss revising the dog ordinance at Hamlin Park is also under discussion.
Formerly a school building, for over a decade the Southside Commerce Center has been home to several commercial operations as well as Explore and More Children’s Museum and the Aurora Town Office. The town moved out late last year for its new Oakwood Avenue facility, and Explore and More has been out since 2019. The owner hopes to turn a section of the building into an independent living community for adults with developmental disabilities.