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Tyrone will replace truck logo

    TYRONE—The Tyrone board members have voted to replace the Waneta and Lamoka Lakes logo on the town trucks with an altered design, Tuesday, March 13.
    Supervisor Gary Jackson explained the logo, which is an outline in yellow of the two lakes, has peeled off some of the trucks after being washed.  He explained the town thinks it is because the outline is too thin.  Terry Povoski, resident and business owner who put the new lettering on the trucks, will replace the logo.  He said he will use the same design, but the middle will not be cut out so there is more area for adhesion.
    “I will replace the trucks I did with that style for free,” said Povoski.
    Povoski added that this is the first time he has had this problem.  He explained the decals could come off under a pressure washer, but the highway department said the logos came off during regular washing.
    In other business:
    • Jackson said the phone, Internet, and fax bills have been too high, sometimes over $1,000 a month.  To reduce that, the town board will be cutting back on their options.  Jackson said the fax lines will be consolidated and the Wi-Fi limited.  He added this should drop the bill to around $500 a month.
    • Tyrone is participating in a grant application to see if it would be feasible to consolidate code enforcement within the county.  Schuyler County Legislative Chairperson Dennis Fagan said Schuyler County Partnership for Economic Development (SCOPED) has agreed to pay the 10 percent local share the towns and villages would have had to pay.
    • Justice Clerk Roberta Sparling asked about security cameras for the town buildings that the board had previously approved to purchase.  She said cameras were not included in a grant the court received because the town board said they would buy the equipment.  However, she added none have been bought yet.
    • Deputy Supervisor Cartha Conklin was approved to replace former board member Joe Sevier as the town’s representative for the Waneta, Lamoka Lakes Management District.




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