MILO—Town of Milo resident Ned Rubin told Milo officials it seems that every zone in the town has regulations about lights except in residential zones. The Milo town board heard Rubin’s comments about light spilling over into neighboring property during the board meeting on Monday, Aug. 15. Rubin asked that it be put in the town zoning law. Milo Supervisor John Socha said, “It is becoming more of a concern to the board.” In other business: Council member Leslie Church said Milo will not leave the Yates County Worker’s Compensation Plan at this time. She said the county has been asked to look at their formula for determining cost. The board rescinded an earlier proposal to leave the program. • Highway Superintendent Phil Strong said the Federal Emergency Management Agency will provide $8,094 to the town. The funds will pay for repair of damage on the Outlet Road. • A public hearing regarding the proposed abandonment of Trenchard Road is scheduled at 7 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 19.