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Village hall will host plays

MONTOUR FALLS—The Montour Falls board of trustees approved leasing out the theatre space in the village hall to Finger Lakes Talent Associates, at the Monday, Nov. 15, board meeting.
Bill Christoffels, representative for FLTA, said the group would use the space on the second floor of the village hall for plays.  He said the season would run on weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day in 2011.  Mayor Donna Kelley said the lease was approved by the village attorney.
In other business:
• The board discussed not having a contract anymore with the Schuyler County Sheriff’s Department for “specialized protection.”  Trustee Jim Howell said this meant extra protection not normally provided.  He explained there hasn’t been a contract in effect since June 1.  Trustee Phil Smith said that since there hasn’t been any major incidents, besides recent vandalism at the falls park, the village should hold off on renewing the contract.  The board agreed.
• William Hall was approved to being a planning board member, replacing Trustee John King.  The term expires April 1, 2013.
• The board approved paying $650 each for four lighting poles at the village marina.
• Kelley said Northeastern Paving has not been returning her calls about the Main Street paving project.  The board has previously discussed that the company has not done the paving as agreed.  Kelley said the board needed to find someone else.
• The board approved putting Hartman Electric Inc. in charge of the sewer system electrical repairs.  Kelley said Bates Electrical, that had been doing the work, was retiring.  She added Hartman is already familiar with the village’s sewer plant.
• The board approved removing a tree outside of Sal’s Bar and Grill on Main Street.  The board also discussed getting a grant to replace all trees on Main Street with lamps.  Kelley said there are problems on Main Street with the roots pushing up the sidewalks around the trees.

 


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