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Dundee playground is on the way

DUNDEE—On Oct. 23, village board members discussed the upcoming renovation project at the Spring Street Park. The village received a grant of $172,830 rom New York state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation earlier this year. The local share is $59,636. It will include in-kind services.
Lights for the baseball field are included in the project. There are some questions about the lights that need to be answered before the bid is awarded. Bids the village received are fairly close in cost, but there are some differences in content. Seven or eight sets of specifications for lights were sent out and just two bids were received.
Mayor Fred Cratsley Jr. said the times the lights are on will be under the control of the village board. There will be ample time to leave the park before the lights are turned off. Cratsley said homes near the park will be able to see the lights, but they will not glare into homes.
• Streets Superintendent Andy Howell said he and Sutherland have laid out the new playground.
• Howell said leaf pickup began Oct. 26.
• Assistant Streets Superintendent Doug Jayne said village crews are searching for a leak in the new water line. Jayne said it is not uncommon for new lines to have leaks.
• Fire Chief Dan Petersen said the fire department needs to replace components in the cooler. The equipment is 30 years old. One quote was received in the amount $6,610 to replace the components. He said the funds were budgeted by the department last year and rolled over into this year’s budget. When the components are replaced, energy savings will result.
• Trustees approved the application to join the fire department from Kathleen Sworts.
• Trustees declared the old playground equipment as surplus. It will be sold as is.
Public hearings on two proposed changes to village code will be at 6:30 Nov. 9. The sections are Parks and Recreation and Peddlers and Solicitors. The regular meeting will follow at 7 p.m. Both meetings will be in the village office building on Union Street.

 

 

 



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