The public comment period will be open for the Dollar General DEIS from February 17, 2021-March 17, 2021. Click on the link below to review the DEIS-Draft Environmental Impact Statement and submit any written comments to the Clerk no later than March 17, 2021.
The Village office will be closed today February 10, 2021 due to no heat in the building. We apology for any inconvenience this has caused. Please email the clerk at email@example.com or call 532-3353 and leave a message, those will be checked throughout the day.
Due to the rising numbers of Covid cases in Cattaraugus County, the Village Board meeting are closed to the public until further notice. If any resident wishes to have any concerns/comments brought to the Board of Trustees please get them to the Clerk, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org, mail them, call 716-532-3353 or put it the payment drop box on the Police entrance door.
The Village office will be closed on Tuesday November 24th due to the boiler being broken and no heat in the office. Please call 532-3353 and leave a message or email the Clerk at email@example.com. Messages and emails will be checked.
We will also be closed on Thursday 11/24 and Friday 11/25 for Thanksgiving.
Patty Valentine (Lady on the Lake in Fredonia), along with volunteers, helped spread the love to local police officers in the community. “Operation: Back the Blue,” the campaign sought to deliver gift bags to the men and women that serve each day helping people. These bags were a token to show that people cared for what they do each day. Patty completed her rounds in Chautauqua County and has now moved on to Erie County with a stop here in the Village.
“There are many ways to describe the job of a police officer, some would say thankless, but as a child I watched my father work and retire from the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Department and as an adult my brother,” Valentine said. “I would say now, thankful, prideful, one whom would put their lives on the line for a complete stranger, justice, humanity, service, and on and on. Given the times today I felt the need to let these men, women, and K9 officers know ‘We care,’ they are needed, they are loved and appreciated.”
“I wanted to do a gift bag for each and every single officer in the county — we did our best,” Valentine said. “We had people donate items to fill the bags from Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois and of course our local community members.”