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Dundee's welcome signs will get a new look

    DUNDEE—The signs that welcome people to Dundee are going to receive facelifts. Beautification Committee representative Diane Burcaw attended the meeting of the Dundee village board on Tuesday, July 27. Burcaw asked trustees for permission for the committee to spruce up the welcome signs. Burcaw said the committee has money in their budget for the project. There are two large and three small welcome signs. The board approved the request with Mayor Fred Cratsley abstaining.
    In other business: The board scheduled a public hearing on proposed changes to village code on vehicle and traffic law. The hearing will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9 in the village hall on Union Street.
    • Streets Superintendent Andy Howell told the board he would speak with Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) representatives July 26. The meeting is to discuss storm damage from April 26 to May 8.
    • The board approved membership of John Burritt in the fire department. Fire Chief Ray Miller said the department is still getting applications for membership in the fire department. Miller said application has been made for a grant from New York State Division of Forestry. The application is for radios and requires a local match.
    • Health Improvement Project Coordinator Lauren Snyder said three people so far have volunteered to assist with planning the trails at the Seneca Street Park. More volunteers are welcome. There will be a meeting about the trails at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16. The meeting will be at the Dundee Youth Center community room.
    • Snyder announced the Walk Off will end Tuesday, Aug. 2. Snyder said the Penn Yan team had fewer people, but walked more steps per person. Dundee had more people participating and more total steps.
    • Snyder said the microenterprise program has been fairly successful. It is almost out of funds. The group is attempting to secure other grants.
    • Health Improvement Project assistant Gail Furst is leaving to serve in a pet assisted therapy program at the Ontario and Yates ARCs. A new assistant is needed. Interested individuals may get requirements for the post from Sutherland at the village office. S2AY is the employer. The position is full time with some benefits.
    The next meeting of the Dundee Village board will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9. The meeting will be in the village office building on Union Street.

 

 

 





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