In the first meeting of the Town of Aurora with the new Democratic majority, officials voted along party lines on appointments and to reverse some salary and changes made late last year. They also closed the meeting with the appointment of four women to committe positions, and the first female town attorney.
Marilla Town Justice David Wyzykowski, handed in his resignation on Dec. 31 following 30 years of service to the community with two years remaining in his current term.
The Town of Wales is preparing a formal declaration regarding their stance on hometown rule being threatened by larger government bodies.
Approximately 50 residents from all over Erie County attended a special meeting in Marilla on Dec. 7 to see the town board approve a resolution that states the town government will not support a mask mandate handed down from Erie County officials.
The tentative budget for Marilla outlines reductions in salaries for the court clerk and two justices, one occurring immediately upon the current voting cycle, and the other to take effect in 2022.
Salaries for elected officials were held a year because of concerns with the pandemic and thoughts that there would be a loss in revenue for the town. In planning for the 2022 budget, the preliminary budget sees those raises return.
The League of Women Voters (LWVBN) Candidates Forum will occur on Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Aurora Senior Center on King Street.
Both the Planning Board and Open Space Committee have vacancies that need to be filled. People interested in working on either group can reach out to the town board by going to 575 Oakwood Ave. or visiting www.townofaurora.com/.
Proposals to purchase a new Gradall and to extend the Town of Elma’s contract for fuel with Iroquois Central School District failed to pass due to no majority vote at the most recent meeting of the Town Board, coming on the heels of the recent resignation of Councilman Michael Nolan,
After almost two decades on the Elma Town Board, Michael Nolan resigned last week as a councilman. He stepped down after finalizing the sale of his Elma home and moving out of state.