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Wayne town hall needs work

WAYNE—The Wayne town hall needs improvements.
Supervisor Steve Butchko said the town board agreed to pursue improvements to the 33-year-old building at the Tuesday, Feb. 8, board meeting. He explained attention specifically needs to be paid to electrical wiring and insulation.
Two days after the meeting the need for improvements was reinforced. The town hall experienced some electrical trouble. Butchko explained when the town hall was built, the wiring was not meant to handle the computers now used by the various town offices.
The board approved Wayne to get an energy audit done on the building. Butchko said there is a lot of information and number gathering they need to do before the audit, though.
The planning and zoning boards also asked that an overhead projector be installed. Butchko said the boards could use it during meetings for presentations.
This won’t be the first time work has been done on the town hall. Last year, the town court was moved from a smaller room in the hall to the main meeting room.
In other business:
• The board held a public hearing for reaccepting the agreement with the Keuka Watershed Improvement Cooperative. Butchko said the town needs to accept the group’s bylaws every three years. The board also agreed to provide a board member, Dennis Carlson, and a town resident, Nancy Gable, to sit on the Lamoka-Waneta Lake Association board.
• Butchko said there would be a Land Use Leadership Alliance meeting, March 28, at the Yates County auditorium, starting at 5:30 p.m. He explained it will focus on land and water protection through shared services. Kevin Millington, New York State Department of State coastal resources specialist, and David Kay, Cornell University senior extension associate, will speak at the presentation. Butchko said planning and zoning board members can earn three credit hours for attending.
• The board approved buying a new sign for the cemetery.
The next town board meeting will be Tuesday, March 8, at 7 p.m.




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