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LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - SEPTEMBER 24, 2023 The overwhelming support and generous contributions you gave to our LeRoy Ambulance “Makin’ It Happen” Fundraiser Event helped us reach our goal of purchasing a new ambulance that will serve the LeRoy Town and Village and surrounding communities. We are especially appreciative of the support and promotion given by our Event Sponsors, Bruce Scofield of Scofield Transfer & Recycling, Inc. and John “Bubba” Morrill of Bubba’s Landscape who both went above and beyond in their sponsorship. We are also very grateful to all of you who made monetary donations, volunteered time, sold tickets or showed up on a cool and rainy day to bid on silent or live auction items. It all made a BIG impact on attaining our ambulance purchase goal. We are so grateful you were all on board to “Make It Happen”! Thank you!! The Makin’ It Happen Fundraiser Team and the Entire LeRoy Ambulance Service Board and Staff SPECIAL THANKS TO: Johnny Johnson and The Excelsior Hook and Ladder Company for the donation of their facility. Thanks to our Live Auction Donors: Mark Fuller, DePaul Properties Bette VanBuskirk Ken Biggins, RCK Seamless Gutters GoTToGo Electric, Inc. Guy Clark, Cedar Street Sales and Rentals Cindy Lee, VIP K9 John “Bubba” Morrill , Bubba’s Landscape Bruce Scofield, Scofield Transfer & Recycling, Inc. Brett Wilcox and Family Auctioneers and Bob Bennett for his capable and fun Auctioneer Assistance along with helpers Bob Stella and DR Roblee! Dave & Danette Grayson, LP Graphics Chris Yauchzee, Wright Beverage Distributing Jerry Reinhart, Skyworks Billy Pastore, Pastore’s Pizza Dave Ehrhart and Crew Sue Duyssen, Batavia Legal Printing Jeremy Newman, MC Rick Bater, LeRoy Fire Dept. Jimmy B, DJ Stan Geer, Stafford Fire Dept. Mike McCulley and Barry Fenstermaker, Section V Rentals Cindy Lee, VIP K9 and Nancy Crocker, Empire Realty for the Dog Calendar Project And ALL of the Silent Auction Donors – THANK YOU! Valle Jewelers · Sea Breeze · Gino Maniace · Rochester Red Wings · Our Lady of Mercy & St Brigid Rochester Museum & Science Center · Mission BBQ · Olivers Candies · Dennis Beaumont Chapin · The Firing Pin · LeRoy Auto Sales · Buffalo Bisons · Batavia Total Nutrition · FreshNClean Terry Hills · Jenna Breann Photography · Lakestreet Florist · Village Physical Therapy & Fitness Conte's Custom Woodwork · LandPro · Good Stuff · Auto Zone · Amy & Todd Leone · Dick's Sporting Goods Linda Wickson · Lower Niagara Adventure · Cabbage Cab · The Rob & Michelle Green Family Genesee Country Village & Museum · FOX 13 · JoAnn Vernacini · Epicure · X Artistry American Legion Botts-Fiorito Post #576 · LeRoy Hardware · Bonacquisti Daycare Ladies Auxiliary #576 American Legion · LeRoy Servicemen's Club · LeRoy Legion Lanes Batavia Downs · Val Webb · Lori Steinbrenner/Personal Preference · T-N-T · St. Ann's Community Chris Hale/The YNGodess · Lambert's Design Jewelers · MedEx · The Art of Mandy Bank of Castile · Urban Paint, Inc. · Capish! · Sweet Betty's · PizzaLand · The Smokin' Eagle · L'Bri No Finer Diner · Mama Chavez's Taqueria · Vivify · House of Bounce · Jamie Dewitt Yasses Construction· DML Driveway Sealing · TOPS Grocery · Rick Wickson THANK YOU LEROY AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - SEPTEMBER 24, 2023 by Lynne Belluscio A group of people gathered at St. Mark’s Church on Sunday to acknowledge the work that has been done to restore and preserve their historic stained-glass windows. Restoring windows on a building that is more than 150 years old requires a lot of teamwork. That was pretty obvious as Dennis Millander shared some of the stories of how the window restoration came to fruition. In order to set everything in motion, it was first necessary to get the church on the National Register of Historic Places and after a couple of starts that didn’t pan out, Ann Verhague tackled the job. I can tell you from experience, that writing a nomination for the National Register is a tough job, but Ann was successful. Once the church was on the National Register, it was eligible for a grant from the New York State Sacred Sites Foundation. It should be noted that this is not money from New York State, but an independent foundation. Once again, St. Mark’s was successful and received $10,000. The good news is that they can apply again in five years. So now, with money in hand, some fundraising and Anne Verhague as the architect, to oversee the project, the work was begun by some very special contractors. Gary Fink and Don Chmielowiec tackled the huge rose window that faces Main Street. The huge mesh protective screen was removed, the wooden tracery was scraped and rotten wood was replaced. Gary did not use pressure treated wood, but was able to find compressed ash that is used in Europe, where pressure treated wood is forbidden. The work on the rose window was featured on the front page of the Batavia Daily. Next, work on the side windows began. The tall storm windows were removed and taken to Gary’s shop where he replaced rotten wood. The old paint was removed by Dennis Melander who built a special steam box to soften the paint. Chuck Dusen repaired and cleaned all the window hardware. All the window repairs sound like routine work, until you realize that all the windows on the west side of the church, are four stories up from the creek. At first there was talk of using a boom from the street with Gary in a harness. But that plan for several reasons didn’t work, not the least of which included a $30,000 permit from the State. Next there was talk of scaffolding but that wasn’t a solution. Finally, a lift was secured, and the challenge was to get it down to the west side of the church. Thanks to Bob Lathan, Church Street was closed off long enough to get the lift down the embankment. Gary removed the storm windows and took them to his shop. Gary also discovered a window on the west side that the folks from the church had forgotten about. It is in the sacristy. The scope of the work, especially on the west side of the church, was pretty obvious as the group of folks on Sunday, ventured down the two long flights of stairs to the area on the creekbank and looked up at the windows that had been restored and painted. The restoration project not only included the windows, but also doors and the pillars on either side of the doors. Some of the pillars were nearly rotten. Gary fashioned “feet” of synthetic decking with small groves that allows the water to drain away. This was the same type of construction that Gary had used on the feet of the pump house at LeRoy House. While the group was touring the church, folks were able to learn about the history of the windows. Dennis pointed out, that there are still questions about where the windows were made, and he continues to search through the church files for more answers. Doug Hill, a member of the church has been able to provide a lot of information that he has discovered. Also, on Sunday, the new historic marker that will be installed in front of the church, was on display. This marker, that designates both St. Mark’s Church and the cemetery on the corner of St. Mark’s Street, was acquired through a grant from the Pomeroy Foundation. The Pomeroy Foundation, located in Syracuse, makes historic markers available to public buildings listed on the National Register. LeRoy has several markers: Marion Steam Shovel, Presbyterian Church, Machpelah Cemetery, and the LeRoy Main Street District. Today when I got a call saying that the pole for the new marker would be put in place, I made a quick call to Leslie Delooze to see if she had the keys to let the guys in to pick up the pole. Yep, if they needed to get in, she could let them in. Leslie has been a part of this project since it began. They say it takes a village and for St. Mark’s Church that is certainly the case. I was happy to be a part of the project and I also think that Ruth Harvie, Seely Pratt and Nancy Baker are looking down and smiling. St. Mark’s Windows

LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - SEPTEMBER 24, 2023 The Le Roy Central School District Board of Education will be voting on a $12,516,872 Capital Project in October. The project will provide program upgrades at the Jr/Sr High School and asset preservation work at the Wolcott Street School. The project will have no (zero) tax impact on district residents. District residents will vote on this project in December 2023. The New York State Legislature has allowed all districts in the state to use tax dollars to enhance their communities through school building improvements and renovations. This is an opportunity to keep a portion of those tax dollars in our community, working to improve the educational setting for our children and the public. How does New York State determine the Building Aid Ratio for Capital Projects? Each district is assigned a building aid ratio based on a complex formula that is related to the property wealth of a school district. The building aid ratio is the percentage of the total project costs that are eligible for building aid that would be paid for by the state. The balance of the costs would be the local share of the project. What is the Building Aid Ratio for Le Roy CSD? The scope and need of our project, which includes the cost of materials, supplies, and work would be astronomical if we included it in our yearly budget. A capital project is a fiscally responsible alternative because NewYork State reimburses a vast majority of the cost, and the expense is spread out over a longer period of time. Consequently, we utilize State BuildingAid to pay for a high percentage of a capital project. For this project, Le Roy CSD would receive 91.1% of State Building Aid to cover the project. The rest of the cost would be offset by our Capital Reserve Fund. With the use of building aid and reserves, there would be no additional tax impact on our community. Are all New York State Schools Building Aid Ratio the same as Le Roy at 91.1%? No. It is different for every school. The formula is calculated relative to the property wealth of a school district. What work is being proposed in this Capital Project? Wolcott Street School/ Lapp Building Complex (scope of work) 1. Roof Replacement - EPDM 2. Window Replacements 3. New Generator 4. Generator Enclosure 5. Roof ladder access to the small gym - (safety) 6. Adjust ductwork to reduce noise/air turbulence - small gym 7. Total work - $5,147,930 Where is the Lapp building located? The Lapp building is located in the Wolcott Street School complex and houses the cafeteria, kindergarten, nurse, elementary main office, and the Committee on Special Education offices. In total, a new EPDM roof (durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane), covering over 35,000 square feet would be installed. Additionally, 4,000 square feet of new windows would be replaced in the Lapp building. Did the district already replace the roofs in the 2021 Asset Preservation Capital Project? In the 2021 Capital Project, a new EPDM roof was put on both the Jr/Sr High School and Wolcott buildings (UPK – 3rd grades). The Trigon building, auditorium, and gymnasium roofs and windows will be replaced in a future project. Each of the new roofs has a thirty-year warranty. Why is the proposed multipurpose turf field (located on the current soccer field) coming back up again in a Capital Project for Le Roy CSD? Without getting too technical, our fiscal advisor, architect, and construction manager have determined that based upon New York State requirements for State Building Aid reimbursement, the timing, and scope of the work proposed in this project at the Jr/Sr High School campus allows for the multipurpose turf field to qualify for aid. With this information, the door opened for the district to revisit the multipurpose turf field proposal. The multipurpose turf field would be used for physical education classes, sports practices (fall and spring), soccer games, and youth sports. Outdoor fall sports in Section V, specifically soccer and football, end with their sectional semi-finals and finals playing on multipurpose turf fields. This would also be the case for regionals and states. Our district families have expressed a need to bring this proposition back to the voters. What is the plan for the stadium/football field at Hartwood Park? There are no proposed changes to the grass football field. Modified, JV, and varsity football teams would continue to play their games on the grass field unless it was deemed unplayable/unsafe. The multipurpose turf field would be equipped with goal posts and lined for both soccer and football. Le Roy Central School District Parents, Guardians, and Residents: Jr/Sr HS, Hartwood Park, and Transportation Building 1. New soccer stadium field lights 2. Multipurpose turf field (lined for soccer and football) - replace the current soccer field 3. Bleacher/Grandstand - two, 250 seat bleachers 4. Scoreboard and sound system 5. Pressbox 6. Bus garage access drive 7. Conduit for future EV chargers 8. Total work - $7,368,943 September 21, 2023

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