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VOLUME 7 ISSUE 15 The Ofﬁcial Newspaper of the Village of Ellicottville, the Town of Ellicottville, Ellicottville Central Schools and the Towns of Great Valley, NY and Mansﬁeld, NY
Ski and Golf Friday at Holiday Valley!
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By Alicia Dziak
The cold spring temps and slowly melting snow means good news for skiers and snowboarders— Holiday Valley will be open Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14. According to Holiday Valley’s Marketing Director, Jane Eshbaugh, the Yodeler chair will be running, giving guests access to about 10 slopes. Tickets will be $35. (Note that the rental shop will not be open.) Good news for golfers too! In addition to the practice range, nine holes of golf will be open on Friday, April 13 (ski and golf on the same day!). And what’s even better than that? Golﬁng will be FREE through April 19 (walking only, no carts). Looking ahead to May, Sky High Adventure Park, which offers an Aerial Park, Climbing Forest and Mountain Coaster, is scheduled to open May 4. Whether you’re on the slopes or in the valley below, Holiday Valley and Ellicottville have something for everyone in the upcoming weeks!
Fri • No Limit • 7pm Sat • Katy G and The Girls • 6pm
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LVVFD Spring Sportsmen’s Village to Host Earth Show April 14-15 Day Clean Up April 12
Eagles to Lean on Seniors in ‘18
By Sam Wilson
Winning has followed the Ellicottville Central School senior class in football (with Franklinville) and basketball for the last three or four years. Chris Mendell hopes this season his senior-laden group can add a winning basketball season to its resume. The Eagles returns 10 letterwinners and seven starters from a 6-10 2017 baseball team, led by eight seniors. While the 20th-year coach acknowledges some question marks, the team started practice with the leadership and poise you’d expect from that experience. “The thing with this group of seniors, they’ve had some success in other sports so they understand what winning’s all about,” said See ECS Sports page 5
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By Caitlin Croft
The Village of Ellicottville has once again received no designation for ﬁscal stress from the state — meaning they are in good ﬁnancial standing — members of the Village Board learned at the beginning of their April meeting. Also in the ﬁnancial aspect of the meeting, a dividend check was received from the Insurance Fund/Safety Group 497 in the amount of $19,405, which was $4,405 more than budgeted. After approval of March meeting minutes and the special meeting of March 26, the board opened the public hearing on the 2018-19 budget to which there were no members of the public in See Village Board page 7
Spring Runs and Fun Walks Photo by heartrateup.com
See Sportsmen’s Show page 2
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By Alicia Dziak
Are you an avid sportsman or woman gearing up for the season? Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, trade or browse, a wide selection of modern and antique ﬁrearms and accessories, game calls, sporting goods, ﬁshing gear and more await at the Little Valley Volunteer Fire Department Sportsmen’s Show, which takes place April l4-15 at the Cattaraugus County Fairgrounds. Over 150 tables await at the fairgrounds on Route 353 in Little Valley. According to Jim Miller, event chair, vendors
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By Alicia Dziak
If you need that extra push to get out and hit the trails or the pavement, this season is chock full of running opportunities for a great cause. Whether you prefer a half marathon or a fun walk, there’s something for everyone this spring! April 14, Randolph Lions Club Glow Run Randolph Fire Hall, 70 Main St, Randolph. For ages 10 and up. The 5K See Race Rundown page 6
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parking and refreshments available. Proceeds from the show are used to purchase and maintain essential equipment and maintain the Little Valley Volunteer Fire Department’s (LVVFD) facilities. The department provides both ﬁre and ambulance service to a large geographic area, including the town and village of Little Valley and parts of the town of Mansﬁeld. Like all other area volunteer ﬁre departments, LVVFD is currently looking for more volunteers. Anyone interested can simply inquire at the door;
include taxidermists, charter captains, and many hunting and gun-related items, ideal for outdoorsmen and women. Miller said the show, now in its 27th year, is also a great place for area high school trap club members to come and check out what’s new. “(The show) helps get young people out there and gives them an education of what’s out there,” he said. Pistol permit clerks from Cattaraugus, Chautauqua and Allegany counties will be available both days. There will be armed security, plenty of
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Miller said any of the department’s volunteers would be happy to answer any questions. The Spring Sportsmen’s Show takes place at the Cattaraugus County Fairgrounds (501 Erie St., Little Valley, NY) from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, April 14 and from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sunday, April 15. Admission is $5,and free for children 12 and under. For more information about becoming a volunteer or about the Sportsmen’s Show, call Miller at (716) 938-6928.
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Schumer, Tomlin, Aykroyd, Original SNL Cast Headline National Comedy Center Grand Opening
The National Comedy Center will celebrate its grand opening with appearances by Amy Schumer, Lily Tomlin, Saturday Night Live original season alumni including Dan Aykroyd and more, coinciding with the annual Lucille Ball Comedy Festival, Aug. 1-5 in Jamestown, N.Y. The opening celebration will feature more than 50 events and 40 artists that include the innovators, creators, and legends of comedy. Tickets will go on pre-sale to Members on April 27 at noon, and on sale to the public May 4th at noon at NationalComedyCenter.org. Emmy Award-Winning Comedian Amy Schumer will perform Friday, Aug. 3 with her show “Amy Schumer and Friends” at the Northwest Arena, while comedy legend Lily Tomlin brings “An Evening of Classic Lily Tomlin” center stage at Reg Lenna Center for the Arts on Aug. 4. “Each of these artists has played a signiﬁcant role in shaping and redeﬁning comedy as we know it today. From sketch to stand-up to TV to ﬁlm, the landscape has been forever changed due to the creativity and, frankly, bravery, of Lily Tomlin and Amy Schumer.
Laraine Newman, Dan Aykroyd, Garrett Morris and Alan Zweibel challenged the nation’s sensibilities about comedy in what they brought to air in 1975, introducing what became one of the very few cultural phenomena to endure more than four decades,” said National Comedy Center Executive Director Journey Gunderson. On Aug. 2, Saturday Night Live cast members Dan Aykroyd, Laraine Newman and Garrett Morris, along with original writer, Alan Zweibel, will come together at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts to share stories and laughs in a conversation about the show’s early years. “Offering four brilliant minds from the show that broke the late night television mold is not only a glimpse into the creation of Saturday Night Live but also a sampling of the National Comedy Center‘s core mission to share the story of comedy,” notes Malachi Livermore, Director of Operations and Programming for the National Comedy Center. Continuing an annual series of National Comedy Center dialogues, Violet
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Top musicians representing both old and new country music will perform at the 176th Cattaraugus County Fair. Fair ofﬁcials announced via Facebook on Tuesday that Kane Brown will perform July 31, and The Charlie Daniels Band will perform Aug. 1. Tickets go on sale April 18 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the county fair ofﬁce. They will also be on sale by phone at the same time at (800) 514-3849, and online at www.cattarauguscofair. com. Kane Brown is schedule to perform April 15 at the Academy of Country Music Awards. The Charlie Daniels
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Tickets for The Charlie Daniels Band are $35 for track seats, $30 for bleachers and $30 for grandstand seats. Fair admission is not included in the price of the concert tickets. Fair admission tickets are available online for $8. This year’s county fair will run from July 30 to Aug. 5.
Charlie Daniels performs at the Seneca Allegany Casino during a stop in Salamanca in 2015. Daniels and his band will be one of the headlining acts at this year’s Cattaraugus County Fair.
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LOCAL SKI RACING Fredrickson Takes Top 10 at Can Ams
By Caitlin Croft
Hayly Fredrickson and Logan Fredrickson of Holiday Valley traveled to Mont-Tremblant in Quebec, Canada to compete at Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort for the annual U16 Can-Ams. In the Super-G, Logan took 22nd and Hayly 42nd. Giant Slalom Logan ﬁnished in an impressive 8th place. Hayly took 47th. For the ﬁnal day of racing, Logan ﬁnished 18th and Hayly took 46th.
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ECS Beats Fredonia in Media One High School Bowl Match
Ellicottville Central School defeated Fredonia Central School, 79-30, in a recent Media One High School Bowl match at Jamestown Community College. Playing for Ellicottville were Alex Hunt, Jaclyn Freundschuh and Madisyn Kilby. Matheus Santos, Hailey Ritter, Gabe Johnson, Jackson Osborne-Coy, Riley Betts and Jack Swanson represented Fredonia. In another match, Warren Area High School defeated Youngsville High School, 66-23.
Stephen Ashbaugh and Josh John, both of Warren, Pa., and Louisa Benatovich earned Player of the Match honors. Warren’s team also included Mackenzie Bickling, Trentin Dippold and Jared California. Youngsville team members included Paul Schwanke, Anne Schwanke, Faith Johnson, Gage Hendrickson and Mikayla Eyler. High School Bowl, now in its 57th year, is produced by Media One Group in cooperation with JCC. Sponsors include the JCC Alumni Association,
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By Louisa Benatovich, ECS Student Reporter
Spring is a magical season. It is a time full of new beginnings and minor ﬂooding. The birds start chirping and we all begin to remember what perspiring actually feels like. It’s an occasion for hemlines to shorten and legs to appear (though there were some winter rule breakers), and, most importantly, it is the time for change. As students are catapulted from their sedentary winter lifestyles to a more active time of travel soccer, track, and baseball, they’re forced to truly deal with the repercussions of Tim Horton’s mac and cheese trips and binge-watching Grey’s Anatomy on Netﬂix. The tightness in our chests as we jog (maybe asthma, maybe we’re just out of shape) is a constant reminder of what we haven’t been doing, and what we’ve been doing way too much of. So this is it— time for a literal and metaphorical spring cleaning. But wait, you say, there’s still snow on the ground. Blair Wood, an ECS math teacher, had a very similar concern. “I’m looking forward to spring ﬁnally springing this year!” he said, chuckling. “One of my favorite days of the year is the ﬁrst day I can walk outside and it actually looks, feels, and—best of all— smells like spring.” Ironically, over the ECS
winter break in February, the average temperature was 10 degrees warmer than it was this spring. The weather now is temperamental at best, even hailing in Saudi Arabia. This poses problems for a lover of ﬂora and fauna like Melissa Reedy. This ECS math teacher’s favorite thing about spring is the ﬂowers. “Daffodil, tulips, and hyacinth,” she elaborated. “They remind me that warmer weather is upon us!” Hopefully, this illusive warm weather will come soon. For those of us that are simply too high-strung to stop and smell the blooming roses, spring is about hauling giant Hefty bags of “stuff” to the curb. A relative term, stuff, for some, applies to tangible objects: clothes, shoes, strange and unnecessary kitchen equipment. For others, it’s the intangible: toxic relationships, emotional baggage, and the weight of poor habits. Parker Rieman, a senior, enjoys this particular aspect of the new season. “Spring,” he said, “is a good time to clean out all the people I don’t want in my life.” Though blunt, this statement accurately summarizes “uncufﬁng season,” a term coined by millennials describing this time of year’s tendency to cause all kinds of break-ups and shake-ups. Logan Knab has an entirely different perspective. “It’s been a
cozy winter hibernating indoors and playing Overwatch,” said the curlyhaired junior, “but now that it’s warming up, I’m excited to break out my spring socks!” Though this statement may leave you hankering after a trip to the lovely Purple Doorknob sock shop, it contains a small amount of wisdom. At heart, we are merely mammals, hibernating and living off our winter fat stores, so, as the musical Anything Goes playfully instructs us, let’s misbehave. Behavior, as deﬁned by MerriamWebster, is “the way in which someone conducts oneself or manages their actions.” After winter, our general behavior may be unlike our active autumn or sleek summer selves. Let’s misbehave by rerouting destructive behavior and starting afresh. Keep a journal, exercise a little every day, or take advantage of the seasonal vegetables that are starting to pop up. Smile at a stranger, donate your clothes to Goodwill, or watch a wholesome romantic-comedy with the people you love. Spring is not only meant as the precursor to bikini season, it’s the time for growth. Jaclyn Freundschuh, a junior, puts it best: “spring not only revives nature itself, but the very soul that lies within us.” I’m sure that all of Ellicottville could use a bit of soul-reviving.
school head coaching staff led by Chad Bartoszek one more time as New York plays Pennsylvania Saturday, Aug. 4, at Bradford High’s Parkway Field. The 6-foot-0, 230-pound Woodarek made the Big 30 All-Star team, New York State Class D second team, All-Western New York third team and Section 6 Class D ﬁrst team along with being a Trench Trophy nominee this year. He plans to attend Alfred State to study welding technologies and start his own business in the future. Woodarek said he’s looking forward to playing in the Big 30 game, for the love of the game and to hit. His most memorable moment was getting a sack against JFK for a safety after his team fumbled on the goal line. His hobbies include hunting, ﬁshing and working. Woodarek’s favorite NFL team is
the Buffalo Bills and his favorite player is Kyle Williams. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound Leiper plans to attend Brockport University, major in ﬁnance and hopes to play football at the school. He was named a ﬁrst team league all-star his senior year. Leiper said he wants to play in the Big 30 Charities Classic because he loves to play football and is excited to represent New York and play again with his teammates. His most memorable moments playing football were attending New Era Field four years in a row in the playoffs. His hobbies include football, golf, basketball and helping out his community and spending time with his family and friends. His favorite NFL team is the Buffalo Bills and his favorite player is Cincinnati’s A.J. Green.
ECS’ Woodarek, Leiper Named to Big 30 roster
Playing for the Franklinville/Ellicottville coaching staff, two more named from the Ellicottville Central School senior class have joined the Big 30 All-Star Charities Classic roster. Two-way tackle Walter Woodarek and wide receiver/defensive back Deric Leiper join New York in the 11th week of roster announcements, along with CubaRushford quarterback/ strong safety Dawson Sanderson. Added to Pennsylvania’s roster are Kane halfback/middle linebacker Eric Delong, Kane center/defensive lineman Tyler Snyder and Eisenhower quarterback/ running back/strong safety Spencer Head. Woodarek and Leiper join ECS classmates Grifﬁn Chudy and Austin Grinols, already announced along with Franklinville’s Brock Blecha, for the game. They’ll play for their high
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Mendell, who also coached the F/E football team’s defense. “And that goes a long way in whatever sport you’re playing. We’re going to have an athletic team this year.” Senior Grifﬁn Chudy, who catches or plays shortstop on off pitching days, leads the Eagles’ pitching staff after going 3-4 last year with a 4.53 earned run average (ERA). After him, ECS has some promising pitchers, admittedly low on varsity pitching experience. “He was probably our top pitcher last year, him and (then-senior) Chad Boldt,” Mendell said. “He’s looking pretty solid this year. Austin Grinols is kind of stepping to the forefront a little bit. It’s not game experience but he’s looking good in practice in our bullpen sessions. We’ve got a new kid (ﬁrst-year senior), Frank Neff, he’s also looking pretty promising also and a couple younger guys, Steven Rowland, Clayton Rowland, a ninth grader; and Wyatt Chudy will also get some innings for us. I should have a decent group of arms but just game time, mound time experience we’re lacking.” Ellicottville’s seniors include Grifﬁn Chudy, Austin Grinols, Walter Woodarek, Evan Palmatier, Neff, Cody Luder, Hunter O’Striker and R.J. Alvarez. Steven Rowland, Mitchell Gregor, Kalib Pierce are all
juniors; Jordan Grinols and Daniel Young are set to play as sophomores and Wyatt Chudy and Clayton Rowland as freshmen. Alvarez holds the team’s top returning batting average at .293. Steven Rowland drove in 11 runs, third on last year’s team, and Austin Grinols had a team-high 17 runs scored and a .278 average. Given a cold start to the spring season, practice so far had been limited to one day of outdoor session ﬁelding ﬂy balls as of Monday morning. “Steven Rowland’s looking really good in the cage,” Mendell said of his top returning hitters. “It’s tough to say. We didn’t really light the world on ﬁre hitting-wise last year. Our two top hitters last year graduated, Chad Boldt and Preston Hutchison, so offensively that’s certainly a question mark for us, who’s going to be able to hit. But as far as things are looking right now I’d say we’ve got several guys who are capable. “There’s bunch of guys who look good now but we’ll see what happens when we get out in game time.” The Eagles look to compete in the CCAA II East division against likely favorites Franklinville and North Collins, who boast strong pitching staffs, along with Cattaraugus-Little Valley, Frewsburg and Pine Valley. Mendell thinks the team shouldn’t look at its division
rivals as unbeatable. “I think this team has potential, there’s no question about it,” he said. “But you’ve got to play a clean game when you play against teams like that (Franklinville and North Collins) and you’ve got to take advantage of what they give you when they give it to you because there’s not going to be a lot of opportunities offensively when they have their top guys going. But are they beatable? Yeah, certainly they’re beatable, there’s no question about it. The winning goes a long way in other sports. The kids know how to win, they know what it takes, whether we can perform and do it is another thing. I’ve got a good feeling about this team here just because the senior leadership is strong.” Ultimately, baseball can come down to pitching. Mendell said he hopes the team can more effectively ﬁnish close games than it did a year ago. “For the majority of our games we were right in there,” he said. “We just couldn’t ﬁnish ‘em off and part of it has to do with pitching, the pitching that we’re facing and the inexperienced pitching we had last year. That has a lot to do with it and the league we’re playing, our league is very good and it’s going to be good again this year.”
ELLICOTTVILLE BASEBALL 2018 SCHEDULE April May 10 — at Clymer, ppd. 1 — Pine Valley, 4:30 p.m. 12 — Clymer, 5 p.m. 4 — Franklinville, 4:30 p.m. 13 — Panama, 5 p.m. 5 — at Sherman, 11 a.m. 14 — at Sal. Tournament, vs. Walsh & TBD, 10 a.m. 7 — at North Collins, 4:30 p.m. 16 — at Panama, 5 p.m. 9 — Frewsburg, 4:30 p.m. 17 — Randolph, 4:30 p.m. 11 — at Cattaraugus-LV, 4:30 p.m. 20 — at Walsh, 4:30 p.m. 14 — at Pine Valley, 4:30 p.m. 23 — at Franklinville, 4:30 p.m. 16 — at Randolph, 4:30 p.m. 25 — North Collins, 5 p.m. 18 — Sherman, 5 p.m. 27 — Frewsburg, 4:30 p.m. 30 — Cattaraugus-LV, 4:30 p.m.
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Cornelius Joins Village Planning Board
By Caitlin Croft
The April 2018 Meeting of the Village Planning Board opened with a welcoming of Sean Cornelius, the newest member of the VPB. Next, there was a motion to approve the March 2018 minutes; there was a second and they were approved. Old Business: PB-2018-04: 36 Washington - Madigan’s. This is a proposed deck on the front of the building that will require a Special Use Permit for outdoor dining. It will also need an Architectural Design Review, Historical District Review and a Site Plan Review pending a ZBA Application. The zoning issue arises from the building being adjacent to a side street. The needed 20’ setback currently cannot be met. The other concern is this would be built over a public Department of Transportation right of way and the Village Board cannot grant ﬁnal approval until a resolution from the DOT has been received. The engineer working on the project is wary of sending in the necessary applications to the DOT because it could trigger an Encroachment Study which would affect all businesses in the district. He is hopeful to have more information for next month’s meeting as there are a few possible solutions one of which would relinquish jurisdictional control from the curb to the face of the
building from the DOT to the Village. There was a motion to table this matter due to needing more information from the DOT and the Variance issue; there was a second and it was tabled. New Business: SP-201802: 23 Washington for a hanging sign. This is a sign permit for a stainless steel sign to be hung from the existing balcony. Cut out of it is 23 Washington so there will be nothing applied to the steel. There was a motion to approve; a second and the sign permit was approved. PB-2018-03: 17 Parkside Drive for a Single Family Residence. This residence is in the medium density district and is allowed. This is subject to a Site Plan and Architectural Design Review. All dimensional requirements have been met and all materials are allowable. The windows will be double hung and there will be four exterior lights, two on the front and two on the back. This is a Type 2 Action under the State Environmental Quality Review requiring no further action and is exempt from referral to the County Planning Board. There was a Motion to set the Public Hearing on the Site Plan for the May 8 meeting; there was a second and the hearing was set. There were questions from the engineer on the project regarding minor changes to the Architectural Design before the next month’s Public Hearing. The
board is comfortable with minor changes to the window and door placement so long as it is received by the deadline of two weeks prior to the meeting. PB-2018-05: 5 Van Buren a Garage Addition. This is subject to an Architectural Design Review and no Public Hearing is required. This is a Type 2 Action under SEQR requiring no further action and is exempt from referral to the County Planning Board. One letter from the public was received asking that the matter be tabled so the Homeowner’s Association could be informed. There is question of the validity of the HOA and whether these covenants presented needed to be adhered to. Sandy Reed advised that the job of the Planning Board is only to measure a project to their Laws and Standards. It is between the HOA and homeowner to navigate any deed or covenant restrictions. All requirements for the Architectural Design Review have been met. There was a motion to approve the plans without any modiﬁcations and decision notice does not absolve the homeowner from meeting any other private deed restrictions. There was a second and it was approved. There was a motion to close the meeting; a second and the meeting was closed. The next meeting of the Village Planning Board will be May 8th at 5:30 p.m. at the Village Hall.
starts at the Fire Hall and loops through town. Registration starts at 7 p.m.; the run starts at 8 p.m. April 29, SAPS Race WNY Maple Festival Franklinville Central Central School District, 31 N. Main Street (SR 16), Franklinville. The SAPS Race WNY Maple Festival 5K, 10K, and 5K Walk. Low entry fee: only $10 (for 10K or 5K). Day of race reg is $20 and $15. Please bring a non-perishable food donation for the local food pantry. First 50 registrants get the Maple Festival T-shirt. For more info, visit www.itsyourrace.com/event. aspx?id=7011. May 5, Allegany Adventure Run There are three distances to choose from for these races inside Allegany State Park: 6K, 13K and 27K. Non-technical in nature, the 6K and 13K courses equally pack a punch. The 27K course is the grandaddy that features a 3-mile section of single track and the memorable 2-mile climbing ﬁnish back to the summit. T-shirts are guaranteed to the ﬁrst 300 who register. Race-day registration welcome. Proceeds help support the Allegany Nordic Ski Patrol and HEART Animal Shelters. More
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info is available at www. heartrateup.com. May 12 Happy Half and 5K, Beer Mile Holiday Valley Resort, Ellicottville. This day will feature a Half Marathon, 5k, and a Beer Mile for those with iron stomachs, all starting and ﬁnishing at Holiday Valley. Score a custom-designed medals as well as men’s and women’s speciﬁc shirts for both 1/2 Marathon and 5k ﬁnishers. Visit www.happyhalfrun. com for more info. May 13, Grinder Trail Race Sprague Brook Park, Glenwood. 3.5-Mile Trail Run in the heavily wooded and serene trails of Sprague Brook, with a variety of trail sections. Fun post-race party featuring awards, food and drink, great door prizes and free kids race. Proceeds help support East Concord Vol. Fire Dept. For more info, visit www.heartrateup.com. May 18, Kelly Tough 12K ADPRO Sports Training facility (The Buffalo Bills Field House), 1 Bills Drive, Orchard Park. 12K Race and 1.2 Km Fun Run/Walk. Cross the ﬁnish line at Jim Kelly Boulevard near Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park and enjoy a post-race celebration with
food, awards, and activities for the whole family. Participants are encouraged to fundraise for the Hunter’s Hope Foundation in support of children and families affected by Krabbe and other Leukodystrophies. For more info, visit www. huntershope.org/kellytough/kelly-tough-12k/. May 19, Sehgahunda Trail Marathon & Relay Parade Grounds Entrance to the Letchworth State Park, Portageville, NY. Solo and 2 or 4 person relay options. For more info, visit www.yellowjacketracing. com/races/sehgahunda-trailmarathon-relay. June 16, Holiday Valley Mudslide Mark your calendar for this awesome obstacle race full of laughs, muddy challenges and the famous mudslide down the Yodeler slope at the ﬁnish line! Two distances to choose from. Afterwards, enjoy the post-race party with music, food, drinks and vendors. FOr more info, visit www. holidayvalley.com. With so many choices, now’s the time to start planning your route for spring. Sign up for the race or races of your choice and get ready to hit those step goals on your ﬁtness tracker!
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There is a part of a ﬁtness regime that often gets overlooked— stretching. Believe it or not— stretching is actually pretty controversial in the ﬁtness industry. Some studies have shown that stretching before you begin a workout can be counterproductive and even dangerous. “Before a workout, a cold muscle is like a frozen elastic band, so if you stretch it, it may feel like it’s going to snap,” explains certiﬁed personal trainer Sarah Robichaud. The key to reaping the beneﬁts of stretching is to do it safely. Here’s what you need to know about stretching the right way and the right time. Rule No. 1: Don’t stretch a cold muscle. If you want to stretch before a workout (which you do not have to do—the post-workout stretch is the important one) warm up ﬁrst for about ﬁve minutes before performing your ﬁrst stretch. Jog in place, march or do jumping jacks.Then lightly stretch the major muscle groups: the quads, hamstrings, back, chest and sides. (Lightly means holding each stretch for 20-
30 second.) Rule No. 2: Stay warm. One of the main reasons working out before a stretching session is so important is because warm muscles are ﬂexible muscles. Rule No. 3: Don’t rush. In order to change your ﬂexibility and change it for good, you have to sit in uncomfortable positions for minutes on end. To maximize your ﬂexibility gains, hold your postworkout stretches for one to two minutes. Rule No. 4: Push yourself. Push yourself using deep breaths, but never to the point of pain or injury. When you are performing an effective stretch, you’re going to feel it, and it’s not always going to feel pleasant. Just remember to listen to your body as you stretch. Rule No. 5: Breathe. During the 5-15 minutes that you can spend in a post-workout stretching session, remember to breathe deeply and consciously. This will replenish oxygen, increase effectiveness of your ﬂexibility training, and contribute to a level of relaxation and mindfulness that is probably missing from your workouts. Rule No. 6: Do not bounce. Although some dynamic movement may be required for certain stretches, bouncing into and out of stretches can cause injury and should be avoided. Following these six rules will greatly impact your ﬂexibility, recovery and all over well being.
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attendance. Village Mayor John Burrell said he met with Randy Glenn from the Evans Agency, where Glenn suggested extra requirements for the Village Special Events Permit. On Saturday, April 14 at 10 a.m. at the Town Center, there is the ﬁnal meeting regarding the survey that was sent out to residents and administered online in regards to the Downtown Revitalization Initiative. The mayor noted so far, the No. 1 issue the public wants addressed from the survey is parking. On May 6 to 8, the New York Conference of Mayors is meeting and all trustees are encouraged to be in attendance. During the engineering report, new town and village engineer Niles Pierson discussed his major goal for 2018, which is a GPS/ survey of assets. The survey, which includes sewer system values, manholes, etc., will help maintain the system in the future, along with opening the village to receive grants it previously didn’t qualify for, he said. Next, there was discussion on the Nussbaumer & Clarke Sludge Removal Alternative Proposal. Pierson said he felt the village should approve task number 6, which is to do more research into technology for the Sludge Removal and therefore potentially making the project much more cost effective. There was motion to grant N&C $8,500 for this task; a second and it was approved. There was also discussion regarding the sidewalk project on Monroe Street. Tom Lowry has been through to look at what concrete work needs to be done and trees have been ordered. The mayor noted there are extra funds in the Sidewalk and Trees Fund for this project. Pierson then stated he is getting a feel for all projects and will then work on a priority schedule for them. Code Enforcement Report There was discussion regarding the Zombie
House at 23 E. Washington St., as the village board learnedhe home should be foreclosed on soon but the bank cannot sell until it is up to code. Next the CEO discussed how there is no true means of prosecution after a citation has been issued. He has requested permission to gain approval from the District Attorney so that the CEO can be the prosecutor. There was a motion to approve this; a second and it was approved. Next, they discussed a new local law. This will afﬁrm and amend local law 5. There was a motion to set the Public Hearing for the May 14 meeting; a second and it was set. Special Events Chair Spencer Murray asked the village board allow the Shults Auto Group to place a car on the 10 Fridays of Stroll the Streets this summer for sponsorship for the events. There was a motion to allow; second and it was approved. Murray also noted that he will get a meeting organized for the Special Events Committee to discuss this year’s summer events. He also noted that he is working on bringing an Autism Awareness Concert to the Village Park and will have more details soon. Refuse Patra Lowes has been working on a new agreement with Casella but the agreement ends May 31. It was decided that Mary Klahn would advertise for bids but add a clause that a two-year renewal is allowable if chosen. There was a motion to advertise bids; a second and it was approved. Village Clerk Klahn has been making updates to the employee handbook and found that Call Out Time is two hours. She felt the board should change it to match the town at three hours. There was a motion; a second and it was changed. Next the memorial benches were discussed and there is interest for 6-7 more. Maintenance on these benches has always fallen to the village and the village attorney is working on an agreement for those wanting
to purchase that would encompass maintenance. Klahn also noted that she would like to see more outside of the Business District and strategically placed going out towards the Nannen Arboretum and Village Park. During the new business aspect of the budget, Lowes discussed an Earth Day initiative to clean up the village on Sunday, April 12 and continue all day. Lowes asked village residents to stay at their home and, as they walk the village, pick up any garage they see. He noted that with the winter snow melt, there has been a lot of exposed trash. Next there was discussion regarding the BOCES system and how they can provide interns to the village. This is something that will be looked into further. After the regular meeting was adjourned and the organizational meeting was opened, appointments were made with the only changes from last year being Niles Pierson as village engineer, Mike Painter on Zoning Board of Appeals and Sean Cornelius on Planning Board. The only other notable change of the regular village board meetings to the third Tuesday of the month beginning in September. This came about due because items such as ﬁnancial statements were not being received by the board in time to properly examine prior to the meeting. IN OTHER BUSINESS: - A public hearing was scheduled for 6 p.m. May 14 regarding the proposed Zoning Code Amendments; - The board adopted the Dutchess County “Think Differently” resolution, which states businesses should better accommodate the needs of those with autism and other special needs; - A special meeting was scheduled for 11 a.m. April 11 for budget approval. The next meeting of the Village Board will be at 6 p.m. May 14 at the village hall.
New Rotary Club members are always welcome – come to a meeting and see what it’s all about. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Ellicottville American Legion on Maples Road. If you’d like to donate to the Rotary Club of Ellicottville, please send your check to: Foundation for Youth, PO Box 101 Ellicottville, NY 14731.
A Calendar of Events for Ellicottville and Surrounding Communities April 14 Support the Arts at a 1920s Party! 2018 is the 20th anniversary for the Cattaraugus County Arts Council (CCAC). For more information on this event please visit https:// www.facebook.com/ events/390551594699380 April 14 Spring Beer Pairing Dinner at EBC From 6pm - 9pm. Join us for an evening of locally crafted beer and a 5 course meal prepared with ingredients from locally sourced vendors. For more information go to ellicottvillebrewing.com April 19 Swiss Steak Dinner Great Valley United Methodist Church is having a Swiss Steak dinner from 4pm to 7pm. Thursday April 19th. $10.00 per person. Bake sale and take outs. Call tfor more info. (716) 265-1356. April 20 Snowmakers Ball at Villagio The party will be held beginning at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $10, which goes toward purchasing the snowmakers and mountain operation crews at Holimont and Holliday Valley a thank you gift. For more info go to villaggioevl.com April 20 Seafood Fest at The Old Library Restaurant Tables and individual tickets are available now! We sell out almost every year, so contact us early to reserve your spot! 716-375-4730 Ext. 562 / foundation@rehabcenter. org. Visit them online for the schedule. For more information on this event please visit http://www.rehabcenter. org/seafoodfest/ April 21 Earth Day Trail Clearing and Clean Up Event at Pfeiffer Nature Center For more information on this event please visit http://www. PfeifferNatureCenter.org April 21 Spayghetti Dinner & Dance Fundraiser for SPCA in Cattaraugus County For more information
on this event please visit https://www.facebook. com/spcacattco/ April 22 Taste of the Southtowns to beneﬁt Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary. St. Aloysius Hall, 190 Franklin St., Springville, 11:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. www.gooseneckhillwaterfowlfarm.com April 22 Earth and Arbor Day Celebration at Allegany State Park www.facebook.com/ alleganystatepark April 27 Celebrate Arbor Day at Nannen Arboretum For more info. on this event please visit www. nannenarboretum.org May 1 Rock City Park Season Opening For more info. on this event please visit www. RockCityPark.com May 1 Grifﬁs Sculpture Park Opening Open from dawn to dusk, you can visit the Park from May 1st to Halloween.
If you have an event for our community calendar, Please email Alicia@ellicottvilletimes.com or call (716) 699-4062.
AND FURTHER RESOLVED that expiring on June Library Tax ning April 19, 2018. statement will be NOTICE IS the basic budget 30, 2023. Nominatavailable, upon reShall the following Complete applica- April www.EllicottvilleTimes.com 13 - 19 , 2018 HEREBY GIVEN for the Ellicottville ing petitions are quest, to taxpayers resolution be adop- tions must be rethat the Annual Central School Dis- ted, to wit: available in the within this District ceived by the DisSchool District vote District Office, trict (the “District”) during the hours of Resolved: Shall the trict Clerk at least of the Ellicottville for the fiscal year 7:30 am Prevailing between the hours proposition be apseven (7) days beCentral School Time to 4:00 pm of 7:30am - 4:00pm commencing July 1, proved authorizing fore the election if District (“District”), 2018, and ending Prevailing Time (Monday-Friday) the Board of Eduthe ballot is to be Cattaraugus June 30, 2019, as from May 1, 2018, when school is in cation of the Ellicot- mailed to the voter, County, New York presented by the to May 15, 2018 session. tville Central School or the day before will be held on Board of Education, District to levy exclusive of SatTAKE FURTHER the election, if the Tuesday, May 15, is hereby approved urdays, Sundays NOTICE, that all taxes annually in ballot is to be de2018, from 1:00 pm candidates for the and adopted and and holidays, in the the amount of livered personally to 8:00 pm in the the required funds Business Office of office of Member $31,164 and to pay to the voter. A list Elementary School therefore are Ellicottville Central of the Board of over such monies of all persons to Daily Hours:Foyer, Mon Fri 9 am – 4 pm •beDeadline: Mondays 3 pm as – follows hereby appropriSchool. Education shall to theat trustees of whom absentee for the purposes ated and the neces- the Ellicottville MeBy Order of the nominated by petiballots have been To respond to a Box Number, send to: All classified advertising requires of electing two (2) sary real property tion. Each petition morial Library. issued will be avail- Board of Education pre-payment prior to publication. (BoxofNumber) Members of the taxes required shall TAKE FURTHER Ellicottville Central shall be directed to able in the Office Board of Education, the Clerk of the Dis- be raised by a tax (With the exception of established School District that NOTICE, that a vot- the District onTimes c/o Clerk Olean Herald commercial accounts that are current) voting on the budtheDrive District Clerk is trict, shall be signed on the taxable ing machine will be each of the639 five Norton get for the 2018hereby directed to by at least 25 quali- property in the used to record the business days priOlean, NY arrange 14760for the use Reader Ads: First 5 fiscal linesyear, – $9.64fied (3 voters wordsofper • $1.17 eachvote additional line or to the Annual 2019 to be for levied the line)District on the budget, and transacting and collected as District, shall state of voting machines on the propositions, District Vote, and such other busirequired by law. the residence of for said Annual and on the election such list will also Bulletin Board / Apartments ness as is authorPROPOSITION each signer, SchoolLegals District of Members of the be posted at the Legals Legals Legalsand Legals Legals Legals ized by law: NO. 2 - School shall be filed in the Vote. Board of Education. polling places for Events For Rent Polling Place Bus Lease Office of the Clerk BY ORDER OF TAKE FURTHER the Annual District Great Valley ELLICOTTVILLE APARTMENT FOR Ellicottville Central Shall the following of the District THE BOARD OF NOTICE that the Vote. United Methodist CENTRAL RENT Available School – Elementresolution be adop- Board of Education EDUCATION between the hours TAKE FURTHER Church, having a SCHOOL June 1st, 2018 ary Foyer (5873 ted, to wit: MELISSA of 7:30 am Prevailof this District has NOTICE, that the Swiss Steak dinner. Great Valley, Rt. DISTRICT Route 219, EllicotRESOLVED: This SAWICKI, ing Time and 4:00 adopted Rules for Board of Education Thurs. April 19th. NOTICE OF 219 4 miles south tville, New York DISTRICT CLERK pm Prevailing Time proposition will authe Use of Voting of this District will 4:00PM - 7:00PM ANNUAL SCHOOL 14731). of Ellicottville thorize the Board and not later than Machines and the have prepared and $10.00 per person. Furnished, great DISTRICT TAKE FURTHER of Education of the 5:00 pm on MonSubmission of completed a deNOTICE OF Bake sale and PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE, that the 2 bedroom/2 bath day, April 16, 2018. Ellicottville Central Questions or Protailed statement FORMATION of a take outs AND VOTE: Upper ( 1500 sq. election of memSchool District in TAKE FURTHER positions to be in writing of the DOMESTIC NOTICE IS ft.), ample parking bers of the Board of NOTICE, that votthe County of CatPlaced Thereon. amount of money LIMITED Professional Serv. / Includes: ElectricHEREBY GIVEN, Education shall be taraugus, State of ing on the budget Printed copies for which will be reLIABILITY that a public hearWater-Heatheld to fill two (2) New York, to levy and propositions general distribution quired during the Contractors COMPANY ing for the voters Washer/Dryer, A/C positions on the an additional (not to in the District are shall consist of votensuing 2018-2019 Name of LLC: $1,200/month Rent- of the Ellicottville Board. An election ing on the following exceed) $36,000 to available at the offiscal year for Spring Cleanup Southtown al Agreement ( 1 yr) Central School Dis- will be held on lease 2 IC CE (66 propositions, and fice of the District school purposes, Leaves & Limbs Renovations, LLC trict on the 2018• First and Last Tuesday, May 15, passenger) 2019 on each of the othClerk. specifying the sevRemoved Date of filing of ArtRent Non-Smokers/ 2019 budget and 2018 to fill the International School TAKE FURTHER er propositions as eral purposes and Lawn Rolling & icles of Organizaexpenditure of No Pets seats currently held Buses for each of are authorized by NOTICE, that apthe amount for Reseeding tion with the NY funds will be held CALL FOR by board members law and the rules of the next five years plications for abeach. The amount Dept of State: Fully Insured on Tuesday, May 8, APPOINTMENT Mr. William Murphy this Board to be (five annual paysentee ballots for of each purpose es- November 29, 2017 Call CBS 2018 commencing 716-432-4943 and Mr. Roger ments) commenvoted on at said the Annual District timated necessary Office of the LLC: Landscaping at 7:00 pm in the Spell. The two can- time: cing with the Erie County Vote may be apfor payments to 716-244-7173 High School Cafetdidates receiving 2018/2019 school PROPOSITION plied for during boards of cooperat- The NY Secretary eria of Ellicottville of State has been the highest number year. NO. 1 - Basic school business ive education serCentral School, Articles For Sale Ellicottville for designated as the of votes will each PROPOSITION Budget hours (7:30 am – vices shall be set Rent. 2 bedroom agent upon whom 5873 Route 219, serve a five-year NO. 3 – Shall the following 4:00 pm) at the Offorth in full with no furnished apt. with process may be Ellicottville, New term, beginning on Ellicottville resolution be adopfice of the Clerk of deduction of estimlaundry room. No Empire Natural served. York. July 1, 2018 and Memorial ted, to wit: the District beginated state aid. Said smokers. No pets. Gas Stove, NNSS may mail a AND FURTHER expiring on June Library Tax RESOLVED that ning April 19, 2018. statement will be Call 649-6922 3500 BPU, $300. copy of any proNOTICE IS 30, 2023. NominatShall the following the basic budget Complete applicaavailable, upon reBaldwin Compact cess to the LLC at: HEREBY GIVEN ing petitions are resolution be adop- tions must be refor the Ellicottville quest, to taxpayers Theater Organ, 90 S Central Ave, that the Annual available in the ted, to wit: Central School Disceived by the Diswithin this District Lights up, $250. Springville NY School District vote District Office, Homes For Rent Resolved: Shall the trict Clerk at least trict (the “District”) during the hours of Both in very good 14141 of the Ellicottville between the hours proposition be apfor the fiscal year seven (7) days be7:30 am Prevailing condition. Call Purpose of LLC: Central School of 7:30am - 4:00pm commencing July 1, proved authorizing fore the election if Time to 4:00 pm (any lawful pur(716)592-7471 District (“District”), (Monday-Friday) the Board of Edu2018, and ending the ballot is to be Prevailing Time FOR RENT: pose permitted for Cattaraugus when school is in cation of the Ellicot- mailed to the voter, June 30, 2019, as from May 1, 2018, Ellicottville Chalet LLC under NY Apartments County, New York session. tville Central School or the day before presented by the to May 15, 2018 (2018/19 ski seaLimited Liability will be held on For Rent TAKE FURTHER District to levy Board of Education, the election, if the exclusive of SatCompany Act) son) – Beautiful Tuesday, May 15, NOTICE, that all taxes annually in is hereby approved ballot is to be deurdays, Sundays views of and easy APARTMENT 2018, from 1:00 pm candidates for the the amount of and adopted and livered personally and holidays, in the access to Holimont. The Maples FOR RENT to 8:00 pm in the office of Member $31,164 and to pay to the voter. A list the required funds Business Office of Furnished 3 bdrm, Cemetery AssociAvailable June 1st Elementary School of the Board of over such monies therefore are of all persons to Ellicottville Central sleeps 10, 4 bunks ation will hold its Great Valley Rte. Foyer, as follows Education shall be to the trustees of hereby appropriwhom absentee School. in one bdrm., 2 full annual meeting on 219 4 Miles South for the purposes nominated by petiated and the neces- the Ellicottville Meballots have been By Order of the bathrms., kit., dinTuesday April 17, of Ellicottville of electing two (2) tion. Each petition morial Library. sary real property issued will be avail- Board of Education 2018 @ 7pm in the ing, living and fam. Furnished, great 2 shall be directed to taxes required shall TAKE FURTHER able in the Office of Ellicottville Central Mansfield Town rms $7,595 season, Members of the Br., 2 bath, upper Board of Education, the Clerk of the Dis- be raised by a tax NOTICE, that a vot- the District Clerk on School District that Hall, 7691 Toad perfect for 1 or 2 (1,500 sq. ft.), voting on the budtrict, shall be signed on the taxable ing machine will be each of the five the District Clerk is Hollow Road, families. donmiller Ample parking, by at least 25 quali- property in the used to record the business days prihereby directed to Eddyville, N.Y. firstname.lastname@example.org or get for the 2018Includes: Electric, 2019 fiscal year, fied voters of the vote on the budget, or to the Annual District to be levied arrange for the use All deed holders 416-226- 0735 water, heat, washand transacting District, shall state on the propositions, and collected as District Vote, and are encouraged of voting machines er/dryer, $1,200.00 such other busithe residence of and on the election to attend. required by law. such list will also for said Annual Mo. Non Smokers/ ness as is authorGlenn Sanders, each signer, and of Members of the PROPOSITION be posted at the School District Looking For No Pets. ized by law: Secretary shall be filed in the Board of Education. polling places for NO. 2 - School Vote. A New Job? Call for Appt. Maples Cemetery Polling Place Office of the Clerk TAKE FURTHER Bus Lease the Annual District BY ORDER OF Check The CLASSIFIEDS (716)432-4943 Assoc. Ellicottville Central of the District NOTICE that the Shall the following Vote. THE BOARD OF School – Elementbetween the hours resolution be adop- Board of Education TAKE FURTHER EDUCATION ary Foyer (5873 of 7:30 am Prevailof this District has ted, to wit: NOTICE, that the MELISSA Route 219, EllicotTime and$20 4:00 adopted Rules for RESOLVED: This Board of Education SAWICKI, 3ingMonths: tville, New York Prevailing Time proposition will authe Use of Voting of this District will DISTRICT CLERK 6pm Months: $30 14731). and not later than Machines and the thorize the Board have prepared and is looking for friendly and highly TAKE FURTHER 1 Year: $49 5:00 pm on MonSubmission of of Education of the completed a deNOTICE, that the day, April 16, 2018. Questions or ProEllicottville Central tailed statement motivated individuals to join our team Call Nichole at election of memTAKE FURTHER positions to be School District in in writing of the for various seasonal positions for the 372-3121 ext. 266. the County of CatbersLIVE! of the Board(716) of NOTICE, that votSUBSCRIBE NO MATTER WHERE YOU Placed Thereon. amount of money Education shall be ing on the budget Printed copies for taraugus, State of which will be re- 2018 season: upcoming held to fill two (2) and propositions general distribution New York, to levy quired during the - Retail Clerks positions on the shall consist of votan additional (not to in the District are ensuing 2018-2019 BBB of WNY presents the 2018 Board. An election ing on the following exceed) $36,000 to available at the offiscal year for & Prep Cooks - Line will be held on propositions, and fice of the District lease 2 IC CE (66 school- purposes, Restaurant Servers Tuesday, May 15, on each of the othClerk. passenger) 2019 specifying the sev- Food and Service (Snack Bars) 2018 to fill the er propositions as International School TAKE FURTHER eral purposes seats currently held are authorized by NOTICE, that apBuses for each of - Dishwashers the amount for by board members law and the rules of the next five years plications for abeach. -The amount Housekeeping Mr. William Murphy this Board to be sentee ballots for (five annual payof each purpose es- Bike & Boat Rental personnel and Mr. Roger voted on at said the Annual District ments) commentimated necessary Spell. The two can- time: Vote may be apcing with the for payments to For an application, please stop in at our Park Gift didates receiving PROPOSITION plied for during 2018/2019 school boards oflocated cooperat-on the ﬁrst ﬂoor of the Administration Shop the highest number NO. 1 - Basic school business year. ive Building, education serMonday - Sunday between the hours of of votes will each Budget hours (7:30 am – PROPOSITION vices shall be set 10:00 3:00 pm or call (716) 354-9282. serve a five-year Shall the following 4:00 pm) at the OfNO. 3 – forth in full am with-no term, beginning on J-Con Parks is an equal opportunity employer. resolution be adopfice of the Clerk of Ellicottville deduction of estimJuly 1, 2018 and ted, to wit: the District beginMemorial ated state aid. Said expiring on June RESOLVED that ning April 19, 2018. statement will be Library Tax 30, 2023. Nominatthe basic budget Complete applicaShall the following available, upon reing petitions are for the Ellicottville resolution be adop- tions must be request, to taxpayers available in the Central School Dis- ted, to wit: ceived by the Diswithin this District District Office, trict (the “District”) Resolved: Shall the trict Clerk at least during the hours of between the hours for the fiscal year seven (7) days beproposition be ap7:30 am Prevailing of 7:30am - 4:00pm commencing July 1, proved authorizing fore the election if Organist (2-manual Allen T-15, Time to 4:00 pm (Monday-Friday) Email submissions to be 2018, and ending the ballot is to the Board of EduPrevailing Time full pedalboard), or Pianist st when school is in June 30, 2019, as mailed to the voter, cation of the Ellicotfrom May 1, 2018, email@example.com session. presented by the tville Central School or the day before to May 15, 2018 St. Barnabas’ TAKE FURTHER Board of Education, District to levy the election, if the exclusive of Sat- Episcopal Church, NOTICE, that all is hereby approved ballot is to be detaxes annually in urdays, Sundays NY Franklinville, candidates for the and adopted and livered personally the amount of and holidays, in the 1 Sunday service (9:30 – 10:30 AM) office of Member the required funds $31,164 and to pay to the voter. A list Business Office of Enjoy tastes from NYS wineries and breweries and even of the Board of therefore are of all persons to over such monies Ellicottville Central Education shall be 716-432-7141 hereby appropriwhom absentee to the trustees of School. our very own Four Mile by Brewing Co. nominated petiated and the neces- the Ellicottville Meballots have been By OrderContact of the Rev. Barbara Baxter tion. Each petition sary real property issued will be avail- Board of Education morial Library. (MonCentral – Sat, between 9 AM and 5 PM only, please). shall be directed to taxes required shall TAKE FURTHER able in the Office of Ellicottville the Clerk of the Dis- be raised by a tax NOTICE, that a vot- the District Clerk on School District that trict, away shall begift signed on the taxable each of the five ing machine will be the District Clerk is The home show will be giving certificates from the by at least 25 quali- property in the business days priused to record the hereby directed to the attend vendors every 30 minutesfied forvoters thoseofwho Saturday! District to be levied vote on the budget, or to the Annual arrange for the use District, shall state and collected as on the propositions, District Vote, and of voting machines the residence of required by law. such list will also and on the election for said Annual each signer, and PROPOSITION be posted at the of Members of the School District shall be filed in the NO. 2 - School Board of Education. polling places for Vote. Plants Giveaway for the first 100 customers showLease courtesy TAKE FURTHER Office of the Clerkinto the Bus the Annual District BY ORDER OF of the District the -following Vote. NOTICE that the THE BOARD OF of Miller’s Farm Market; make and take Mason Jar Shall Salads all Sunday! between the hours resolution be adop- Board of Education TAKE FURTHER EDUCATION of 7:30 am Prevailted, to wit: NOTICE, that the of this District has MELISSA ing Time and 4:00 RESOLVED: This Board of Education adopted Rules for SAWICKI, pm Prevailing Time proposition will auof this District will the Use of Voting DISTRICT CLERK and not later than thorize the Board have prepared and Machines and the 5:00 pm on Monof Education of the completed a deSubmission of day, April 16, 2018. Ellicottville Central tailed statement Questions or ProTAKE FURTHER School District in in writing of the positions to be NOTICE, that votthe County of Catamount of money Placed Thereon. ing on the budget taraugus, State of which will be rePrinted copies for • • and propositions New York, to levy quired during the general distribution shall consist of• votan additional (not to in the District are ensuing 2018-2019 • ing on the following exceed) $36,000 to available at the offiscal year for • • propositions, and lease 2 IC CE (66 school purposes, fice of the District on each of the specifying the sevClerk. • • • oth- passenger)•2019 er propositions as International School TAKE FURTHER eralWill purposes andup: pick Will NOT pick up: • are authorized by • Buses for each of the amount for NOTICE, that ap•Dry paint in cans law and the rules of the next five•years each. The amount plications for ab• • this Board •to be Garbage, Batteries, Tires, (five annual payof each purpose essentee ballots for •Appliances the exception • • • voted on at said Used Oil, Brush, Barbed Wire, ments) commentimated with necessary the Annual District time: cing with for paymentsfreezers, to Vote may beof ap-refrigerators, or • • • • the Chemicals, Hazardous Waste, PROPOSITION 2018/2019 school boards of cooperatplied for during air conditioners Automobiles • • • 1 - Basic • school business NO. year. ive education serBudget PROPOSITION vices shall be set hours (7:30 am – •Furniture Dead Animals or Animal Waste, • •Shall the • following NO. 3 – forth in full with no 4:00 pm) at the OfConstruction Waste, •Bulky items • • resolution be adop- • Ellicottville deduction of estimfice of the Clerk of ted, to wit: Memorial ated state aid. Said the District beginPropane Cylinders • • • RESOLVED that Library Tax ning April 19, 2018. statement will be the basic budget • Shall the following • • available, upon reComplete applicafor the Ellicottville resolution be adop- tions must be request, to taxpayers • School Dis- ted, to wit: Peoplewithin putting out trash for Town of Mansfield Pickup that is brought Central this District ceived by the District (the “District”) Resolved: Shall the trict Clerk at least during the the hoursTown of from outside of Mansfield may be subject to prosecution. for the fiscal year proposition be ap7:30 am Prevailing seven (7) days becommencing July 1, proved authorizing Time to 4:00 pm fore the election if 2018, and ending the Board of EduPrevailing Time the ballot is to be June 30, 2019, as cation of the Ellicot- mailed to the voter, from May 1, 2018, presented by the tville Central School or the day before to May 15, HAVE 2018 GOOD NEWS? LET US SHARE IT! 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