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Montour approves Montour House visitor center signs

MONTOUR FALLS—The Montour Falls village board approved Bruce Nelson to put up three signs on village property for the Montour House visitor center/coffee house, Monday, Feb. 1.
Nelson, developer of the Montour House project, approached the board at the last meeting about putting up signs.  Nelson is turning one of the first floor commercial spaces into a coffee house/visitor center, and wanted to put advertise it.
The board approved the signs to be:
• At the corner of Route 14 and North Genesee Street.
• Before the Main Street and Genesee Street intersection.
• In front of Robert O’Neil’s property.
O’Neil had submitted a letter to the board approving this idea.  The board also approved the variance needed to put up the off premise signs.  Mayor Donna Kelley said the village was allowing a business, the Montour coffee house, to post the signs because it was also a visitor’s center.  She said it benefited the entire village by making the Montour House a community center.
In other business:  The board heard from Greg Cummings, consulting engineer for Larson Design Group, about the telemetry project.  The board approved his suggestion of adding $4,782 onto the $130,000 project to update the cabinets containing the controls and put in new electric service.
The board adopted the comprehensive plan for the village of Montour Falls and the town of Montour.  The board also approved the zoning and subdivision regulations.  The public hearings for both were held during the previous meeting.
Training on the new zoning law for planning and zoning boards will start March 2.  Kelley said Danielle Hautaniemi, director of planning and community development for Schuyler’s Cornell Cooperative Extension, will help.
Voter registration will be at the village hall, March 6, from noon to 5 p.m.
The village will advertise for a part-time highway superintendent.  Applications will be accepted until Monday, March 1.  Trustee Phil Smith agreed, but said he wanted to hire a full-time superintendent.
The next regular board meeting will be Tuesday, Feb. 16.  The meeting will start at 6 p.m. with a Larson Design Group representative present. 
 


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