Special use permits for the former American Grille and two multi-unit rental properties were discussed In the most recent meeting of the Town of Aurora, as well as the retirement of recreation coordinator Elaine Schiltz.
The Holland Town Board has agreed to contract with Waste Management for “WM at Your Door,” in addition to agreeing to review ordinances regarding specific zoning classifications.
Final Town Board election results mean Democrats will take two seats in the Town of Aurora.
After a discussion at the Sept. 20 board meeting, the Village of East Aurora has renewed their waste contract another three years with its current refuse contractor, Modern Disposal Services.
The Village Board of East Aurora approved plans for 24 apartment units at 300 Gleed Ave. These market rate apartments would be targeted to adults with developmental disabilities to live independently, meaning that plans to convert a 15,000 square foot warehouse space at the rear of the property into apartments can proceed to the next phase of planning.
Fontanese Albrecht Architects has been hired by the Aurora Town Board to develop a master plan for the area around the community pool and baseball fields by South Street with the goal of determining the best way to make improvements around the town property, and see what other future options might be available.
A contractor’s bid has been approved for the work on Tannery Brook culvert. In addition to the $2.2 million bid for work on the culvert, the town has also entered into contract for the creation of 30-40 new parking spaces in the area of the culvert.
The proposed budget for 2021-2022 includes an increase in the tax rate, which, according to officials, is largely due to decisions to take on infrastructure projects as the biggest driver in higher expenses for the village in the past year, like the replacement of Oakwood Avenue. Plans to renovate and improve Hamlin Park in the year ahead are also a part of the proposed budget increases.
Conor Schneider of West Falls has announced his intention to run for a spot on the Aurora Town Board in this year’s election. He will seek the Republican line in the upcoming election and will run in the primary. He is doing so without the endorsement of the local Republican committee.
A project managed by Renewable Energy, a San Francisco firm, is looking to bring solar energy to Marilla in a solar form which is projected cover about 22-acres of space on a 45-acre-lot.