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Lake St. (Rt. 19), LeRoy • 768-6270

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Sun.-Thurs. 7-7, Fri. & Sat. 7-9



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Annual Meeting

Will be held

April 2nd, 2016

at 1:00 pm

At the home of Jean Kelkenberg

11304 Starr Rd., Wyoming, NY

All lot owners are welcome to attend.

by Stephen R. Barbeau

Supervisor, Town of LeRoy

(585)768-6910 x 231

Around Town

I am pleased to announce that

the bids for construction of Water

District #10 have come in within

budget and we are holding a pre-

construction meeting this coming

week. If the weather we have

been having continues, we will

be breaking ground very soon.

Great news (finally) for all the

folks suffering with poor wells

in that part of the town.

I am also pleased to announce

that the Town Board has appoint-

ed John Rider (Chair), Bob Uber-

ty, and Matt Gilligan (Alternate)

to our new town (outside) Zoning

Board of Appeals. This new three

member/one alternate board will

meet every other month, serve

three year terms, focus solely on

the Town Code, receive annual

training in accordance with state

requirements, and provide guid-

ance within its narrow scope of

appellate jurisdiction.

I want to focus this column

on an issue that routinely is

questioned by folks in the com-

munity- the separate jurisdictions

of the Town and Village. In sum,

townships are created by the

state legislature and villages are

incorporated entities voted upon

by the residents (usually in the

higher population area and usu-

ally to obtain additional services)

within that township. As you

know, the Town recently cele-

brated its Bicentennial in 2012.

The Village was incorporated in

1834. While, over time, the Town

and Village have cooperated in

a variety of ventures, they still

maintain separate governmental

boards and highway departments

(the Village also operates a po-

lice department and municipal

wastewater service). As such, let

me mention a few areas where

the Town routinely receives calls

from village residents, where

those residents would be better

served by calling the Village Hall

at 768-2527 (in other words, the

Town offices may not be able

Town Supervisor Column

to assist) - garbage pickup ser-

vice, leaf pickup service, school

crossing guards, snow plowing

service, street/sidewalk issues.

Those are examples of separate

Town/Village services. In areas

such as assessment, code enforce-

ment, recreation, and the courts,

town offices are the contact

point for both town and village

residents, as they are examples

of shared services. Additionally,

if you are a resident of the Town

(outside the Village) and have an

issue concerning snow removal

or other highway matters, you

would be best served by calling

768-8744 (Highway Dept. direct

line) rather than by calling the

Town Hall. If there are any areas

of interest that I may have omit-

ted, please contact me and I can

address that in the future. The

goal is to get both the Village and

Town (outside) resident the most

efficient response to their issue.

Thank you and see you Around


SUNDAY, MARCH 20th dinner special


- served with soup or salad,

real mashed potatoes, homemade dressing,

and pumpkin pie for dessert - 17.99


We will be open from 11 am - 7 pm, serving a slightly limited

dinner menu - Reservations are strongly suggested -

call soon for your preferred time.

Entrees will include ...

Leg of Lamb, Ham Steak, Chicken

Pot Pie, Seafood Pot Pie, Veggie Pot Pie, Prime Ribs of Beef,

Broiled Scallops, Chicken Portebello Penne, Apple Chutnety

Pork Chops, Delmonico Steak, and more.




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1 Church St.

LeRoy, NY 14482