National Telephone Discount Lifeline Awareness Week
This is celebrated from 13 September thru 17 September, 2021. The Lifeline Discount Telephone Service Program (Lifeline) is designed to make telephone service more affordable for income-eligible consumers. Consumers qualify for Lifeline by participating in certain federal or state assistance programs OR by having income at or below 135% of the federal poverty guidelines.
Due to circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic, many New Yorkers may be eligible for Lifeline for the first time but may not be aware of the program or how to apply. Consumers may also be eligible for discounts on broadband service and certain connected devices under the federal Emergency Broadband Benefit Program.
Information about the Lifeline and Emergency Broadband Benefit programs can be obtained here, by clicking this link:
Delaware River Solar
Zoar Valley Maps
Pine Hill Cemetery
The Gowanda Pine Hill Cemetery Association incorporated as a non-profit community cemetery in 1867. This beautifully developed Victorian Cemetery sits on 24 acres of land donated by Joseph Plumb overlooks the village of Gowanda.
Click on the link to be directed to their website:
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
PERMITTED WASTE COLLECTORS
Casella Waste Service Jamestown, NY 716 952-4050
MRC Disposal Inc. Springville, NY 716 592-0953
Town & Country Disposal Otto, NY 716 560-6605
One Man’s Trash Perrysburg, NY 716 680-8040
Dave’s Disposal South Dayton, NY 716 988-7754
Residents an also take their garbage/recyclables to the Dayton Transfer Station, 9270 Cabic Road, Dayton, NY 14041. /dump tickets are needed for garbage and can be purchased at the Persia Town Hall. Recycling is free.