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March 29, 2020

Issue No. 12

The special bond between a pigeon and a puppy by Tami Raco A local pigeon who can’t fly and a pup who can’t walk took the internet by storm and touched the hearts of millions. Lundy, a 13-week-old Chihuahua pup, came to Sue Rogers of Hilton when he was only four weeks old, barely weighing six ounces. He was born in South Carolina with a spinal defect, which makes him unable to walk. Sue is the founder of the Mia Foundation, a rescue organization for animals that are born with congenital disabilities and special needs such as cleft palates, deformities, and missing limbs. The organization helps rescue the animals from a death sentence by rehabilitating them, caring for them, and giving them much needed love and affection and a chance for life. During the two months that Sue had The unlikely friendship between Lundy, a Chihuahua who Lundy, she provided him rehabilitative therapy and can’t walk, and Herman, a pigeon who can’t fly, has warmed lots of love and attention. the hearts of people across the country. Herman is a pigeon that Sue rescued one-and-a-half years Mia Foundation Facebook page. The next ago when someone contacted the Mia morning, I woke up, and the picture had Foundation about an injured pigeon gone viral, and I had over 100 messages,” that was lying in the parking lot of a car Sue said. Lundy and Herman’s picture dealer for several days. Herman came received over 9 million views from every to Sue in a life-threatening condition. corner of the world. It also led to many She tube-fed Herman and helped him high-profile interviews from Good Mornregain his strength. He is unable to fly ing America, People Magazine, and even due to neurological issues from either The Dodo. This unusual bond between a pigeon a virus or a brain injury that occurred, leaving him near death. After Herman and pup has even led to a children’s book, was stronger, Sue contacted bird sanc- which will be released soon. The book tuaries to see if she could find him a Lundy and Herman came to fruition forever home. Since Herman could not after talk show host Kelly Ripa saw the fly, no one would take him. Sue did not viral pictures of them. Since the pictures want him euthanized, so she made Her- were posted on Facebook in mid-Februman part of her forever rescue animal ary, thousands of people have asked to family. Herman is a happy pigeon living adopt little Lundy. “Choosing from thouwith the Rogers. Every day he gets love sands of people would be an impossible and attention and gets moved to vari- decision. It would be so hard to choose one ous places, so his life is enriched with a person out of all the people who want to adopt him. So, I decided to keep him as variety of sights and sounds. One day last month, Sue momentarily an addition to my forever ten program,” set Herman down next to Lundy to free (making it now a forever 11). Sue and her husband began the Mia up her hands. What she saw was heartwarming. Herman, the pigeon, began to Foundation after her own Chihuahua pup nuzzle and cuddle little Lundy, the Chi- was born with a cleft palate. The Rogers huahua. “When I saw how Herman was were faced with an unexpected decision cuddling Lundy, I took a few pictures of whether to euthanize their newborn with my phone and posted them on our pup due to her disabilities. They chose to

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keep her, leading to a 22-month journey classrooms to help teach children a of learning to care for their special needs more compassionate view of those who pup. Mia got her very own Facebook page, are different. Differences and congenital which led to thousands of followers who disabilities in peers can often lead to closely watched Mia’s life unfold. After bullying. “I bring in a Chihuahua with Mia passed away, Sue was overwhelmed no front legs, and he hops around like a by the moving messages she received kangaroo versus walking like a normal from complete strangers who were in- dog, and the kids love him. But if they saw a child who couldn’t spired by Mia’s life. “I had walk normally, they might no idea how many lives be inclined to bully him for Mia impacted,” Sue said. his differences,” said Sue. Sue received messages Seeing these animals with from teens who were concongenital disabilities helps sidering taking their own children rethink how they life who were impacted by treat people who might be Mia and motivated to fight different, and they develop through their depression. compassion with the help She was also contacted by of the Mia Foundation ania family whose husband mals. was facing a terminal canAs for Lundy and Hercer diagnosis, and Mia’s man, they continue to grow fight to live inspired him to seek alternative treat- Lunday and Herman are the their bond and journey of love and acceptance bements, ultimately saving his life and winning subject of a new children’s tween a puppy and pigeon while living in the Rogers’ his battle against cancer. book. home in Hilton. Recently, These stories inspired the couple to allow Mia’s imprint on this the Hilton High School Robotics team world to continue impacting others posi- built Lundy a special wheelchair to help tively, leading to the creation of the Mia her walk, and it even includes a seat for Herman to ride along. For more informaFoundation. In addition to saving animals, Sue also tion on the Mia Foundation or to follow brings her mission of love and acceptance this pup and pigeon’s story, find them on into local schools. Sue and her “forever Facebook (The Mia Foundation). Provided photos ten team” of special needs pets go into

The Hilton High School Robotics team built this special wheelchair for Lundy that includes a ride-along platform for Herman.

2 Suburban News and Hamlin-Clarkson Herald - March 29, 2020 HAMLIN CONSERVATION ADVISORY BOARD OFFERS FREE TREE SEEDLING GIVE AWAY FOR HAMLIN RESIDENTS The Town of Hamlin Conservation Advisory Board will be holding their Annual Tree Seedling Give Away for the Residents of Hamlin. It will take place on Saturday, April 25, 2020 at the Hamlin Town Hall Parking Lot from 9:00 am – 11:00am. Further information can be obtained by calling 964-8181.

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The Hilton Winter Drumline: (front, l-r) Jasmine Fox, Danny Cerone, DeAnna Ryan, Allison Mattle, Shannen Bennington, Andrew Melita, Nicholas Gruener, Nikki Cavallaro, Cassy Cerone, Sara Amend, Miranda Wandtke, and Vinny Capria; (back) Grace Preston, Arrieana Brown, Graham North, Christian Vallone, Michael Coval, Joe Marino, Brian Phung, Andre Watson, Desirae Kluth, Jade French, Claire Donohue, and Emmalyssa Power. Not shown, Chris Miller and Cameron Ryan.

Hilton Winter Drumline ranked second in state At the suspension of the 2020 season on March 12, the Hilton Winter Drumline was ranked second in the PSO Division (the top division of scholastic units) of the NYS Percussion Circuit (NYSPC). East Syracuse-Minoa, the NYSPC PSO Champion for the past three consecutive years, remained in the top spot. Liverpool High School, Eastridge High School, and Victor High School rounded out the top five, respectively. Before the season was

abruptly suspended, Hilton was planning to compete in several local competitions, the NYS Championships, the WGI East Regional (Toms River, NJ), and then at the WGI Indianapolis Regional. The 25-member ensemble is comprised of students from the Hilton Central School District in grades 7-12 and is directed by Hilton Music Teacher Tim Stodd. Provided information and photo

#SpencerportTogether helps families and restaurants Spencerport Central School District is currently working with the Spencerport Education Foundation and area restaurant owners on a “SpencerportTogetherâ€? initiative for families who may need assistance with dinners, beyond the meal distribution plan currently in place for students for grab-and-go breakfasts and lunches. Complete details for the Spencerport COVID-19 Dinner Subsidy Fund are still tentative; however, the plan is intended to benefit the community in two ways: •Provide free or reduced dinners to families who may need it •Generate some revenue, albeit limited, to local restaurants.

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NY State of Health opens special enrollment period On March 16, NY State of Health, the State’s official health plan Marketplace, announced measures to ensure that healthcare is available to all who need it. A special enrollment period for eligible individuals to enroll in insurance coverage through the Marketplace, or directly through insurers, has been opened through April 15. Individuals who enroll in Qualified Health

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Between March 17 and March 23, the Brockport Police handled 300 calls for service (5,078 calls to date in 2020). Police were dispatched to four family troubles, two harassment/fight/assaults, two motor vehicle accidents, completed 177 special attentions that include, but are not limited to, house checks, business checks, bike patrol, etc., and conducted one traffic stop. The above calls do not represent all calls and not all calls are found to be as dispatched once on scene. Community Message Now that the COVID-19 is rapidly spreading through Monroe County, it is inevitable that it will make its way into Brockport. Brockport Police want to remind people to avoid contact with others who are sick. The CDC released that the magic number is six feet from people to avoid the spread. At this time, COVID-19 is spreading through person-to-person contact. Cleaning your hands and the frequently touched surfaces around your home (door knobs, railings, counters, phones, faucets, etc.) will decrease your chances of contracting or spreading the disease. Many businesses are closing down to prevent the spread and people should use this to stay home to prevent the spread to your family. Limiting guests to your home and refraining from going out to social gatherings will also decrease the chances of the virus spreading. The Brockport Police Department remains staffed and ready to respond to any and all emergencies. The Brockport Police Department will be closed to the public, however, administrative staff will remain if you need assistance. Also, if you are calling 9-1-1 to report an emergency or request assistance, please advise the dispatcher if you exhibit any of the COVID-19 symptoms. This will allow first responders to take the necessary precautions to avoid the spread to the rest of the community and themselves. We are all in this together and the Brockport Police Department is ready to help the community in any way possible. Any questions or comments can be directed to Chief Mark T. Cuzzupoli by calling 637-1020 or emailing Provided information

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•St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 14 State Street, Brockport, will offer a free grab-n-go meal on Sunday, April 5, as part of its Harvest Kitchen. Baked chicken alfredo will be served from 2 to 3:30 p.m.

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•The remainder of the Spring 2020 Fine Arts Series events at The College at Brockport have been canceled. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase. •The community pancake breakfast regularly served by the North Chili United Methodist Church is canceled on April 4 due to the virus crisis. Check this newspaper’s fundraiser column for the resumption date of this first Saturday of the month breakfast event. For information, email umcnorthchili@gmail. com or call 594-9111.

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•Story of Hope 2020 Gala, initially planned for March 21, has been postponed until August 15, 2020. Visit or call Angela Hall at 7467210 for information. Those unable to attend this new date can receive a refund. •Conservation Club of Brockport Spring Raffle and Dinner, originally scheduled for March 28 has been postponed. Ticketholders should retain their tickets. A new date will be set when it is assured that this event can be held safely. Tickets will be honored at that time. Details will also be posted on the club website,, and Facebook page. •Hunter Education classes scheduled at Bergen Rod & Gun Club and at Hamlin Recreation have been canceled. Classes will be rescheduled as possible in the coming weeks/months. Students will be notified by email when new classes become available. •The Rochester Oratorio Society has postponed the remainder of its 2019-2020 season. Ticket holders will be notified once performances have been rescheduled and will have the option to exchange their tickets, donate them back to the organization, or request a refund. Patron services can be reached at 473-2234 on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or at

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Legal Notices Village of Spencerport Notice of Pubic Hearing: 2020-2021 Budget The Board of Trustees of the Village of Spencerport will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. on the Budget for the year ending May 31, 2021. Per NYS Executive Order 202.1 this will be a conference call meeting allowing the public to attend by following the below instructions. If you have questions or comments regarding the tentative budget please email them to the Village Clerk and the Village Board will respond to them during the meeting. Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. You can also dial in using your phone. United States: +1 (669) 224-3412

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Per NYS Executive Order 202.1 this will be a conference call meeting allowing the public to attend by following the below instructions. If you have questions or comments regarding the introductory local laws please email them to the Village Clerk and the Village Board will respond to them during the meeting. The Public Hearing will remain open and the Village will continue to receive comments until May 6, 2020. Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. You can also dial in using your phone. United States: +1 (669) 224-3412 Access Code: 229-519-893 A copy of the introductory local laws and instructions to join the meeting remotely can be found at www.vil.spencerport. under the Village Code tab; legislation.

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•If you are experiencing fever, cough, or shortness of breath, call your healthcare provider. Do not visit your doctor’s office or an emergency room without calling first so staff members can take appropriate precautions. If you do not have a health care provider, contact the Monroe County Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 hotline at 753-5555 or email COVID19@ •NYS Coronavirus General Information Hotline can be reached at 888-364-3065. •Ogden Police Department is partnering with local ecumenical groups to bring food, medication, or other support to those who need it. If you are in need, or if you are able to provide support, contact •New Yorkers can call the COVID-19 Emotional Support Hotline at 1-844-863-9314 for mental health counseling. •Willow Domestic Violence Center hotlines are available 24/7. Call 585-222-SAFE (7233) or text 585-348SAFE (7233) to speak confidentially with a staff member or counselor. •New Fibromyalgia Support Group is re-adjusting its program schedule and canceling future programs as the Westside YMCA meeting location is temporarily closed and support groups are on hold. If you have any questions about staying healthy with Fibromyalgia or would like follow up information, call 752-1562 and leave your name and number for a return call. •Individuals in need of food assistance can reach out to 2-1-1/LIFE LINE, which connects people to resources in their communities. 2-1-1 has listings of dozens of Foodlink partners – such as food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters – and other agencies that can serve those in need. Dial 2-1-1 to talk to a trained telecounselor, text 898-211, chat at, or follow them on Facebook for resource updates. •Mission Recovery and Hope is a local 501(c)3 dedicated to helping people struggling with addiction and their family members. Through a variety of services, which are always free, Mission Recovery aids in the healing process, providing support for those who feel lost. Mission Recovery gives straight answers and is not bound to any political group, law enforcement agency or medical facility. Visit for information or call 944-4270.

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Notice of Public Hearing: Introductory Local Laws: 2-2020; 3-2020; 4-2020; 5-2020; 6-2020; 7-2020 The Board of Trustees of the Village of Spencerport will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. on the following Introductory Local Laws. Introductory Local Law 2-2020 “A Local Law to amend Chapter 153 of the Village Code of the Village of Spencerport entitled Fees.” Local Law 3-2020 “A Local Law to Repeal Chapter 255 Sidewalk Cafes for the Village Code of the Village of Spencerport.” Local Law 4-2020 “A Local Law to Amend Chapter 259 of the Village Code of the Village of Spencerport entitled Signs.” Introductory Local Law 5-2020 “A Local Law to Amend Chapter 263 of the Village Code of the Village of Spencerport entitled Site Plan Review.” Introductory Local Law 6-2020 “A Local Law to Amend Chapter 276 Stormwater Management.” Introductory Local Law 7-2020 “A Local Law to Amend Chapter 340 of the Village Code entitled Zoning”

NOTICE OF INVENTORY AND VALUATION DATA Pursuant to Section 501 of the Real Property Tax Law, the assessor for the Town of Riga has inventory and valuation data available for examination and review. This data is the information which will be used to establish the assessment roll of the Town of Riga, which will be filed on or before May 1, 2020. The information may be reviewed by appointment, in the assessor’s office at 6460 E Buffalo Rd, Churchville. An appointment may be made by phoning the assessor at 2933880 Ext. 126. Lori Frongetta Assessor Town of Riga Dated: March 20, 2020

Legal Notice Town of Ogden Notice of Assessment Inventory and Valuation Data Pursuant to Section 501 of the Real Property Tax Law, notice is hereby given that assessment inventory and valuation data is available for examination and review. An appointment may be made to review this information before May 1, 2020, which is the tentative assessment roll filing date, at the Assessor’s Office, 269 Ogden Center Road, Spencerport, NY 14559, Monday – Friday, between 10:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M., by phoning (585) 617-6107. Dated: March 27, 2020 Robert A. Criddle, IAO Assessor

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Library services in response to COVID-19 All libraries in the Monroe County Library System are currently closed to the public. Library directors have been in regular contact with their town supervisors and have made the decision to close to support the recommendation of social distancing in response to COVID-19. The library system has taken the following steps: 1. Current materials borrowed will now be due on May 18, 2020, allowing you to retain the materials in your possession without fines. Please keep all materials borrowed until notified otherwise. 2. Physical hold expiration dates have been extended until further notice. When libraries re-open holds will be filled in order for each library location. 3. Library user accounts with outstanding fines and fees (above $35) that would normally be referred to a collection agency will not be referred at this time.

Municipalities close offices and meetings to the public With the rapidly changing situation surrounding the COVID-19 Coronavirus, most of the towns and villages in our area have temporarily closed their offices to the public until further notice. Essential services will be provided. Most plan to carry out business to the extent possible by phone, mail, and email. Town parks are largely remaining open, but restroom facilties and lodges are closed. Area libraries are all closed. Recreation programs are canceled. Governor Cuomo also issued Executive Order 202.1, suspending the Open Meetings law through April 11, 2020. Some municipalities are planning to live-stream necessary meetings, record meetings to post on their websites, or post transcripts. Area towns and villages will be posting the latest updates on their websites. Links are provided below.

Available Online Resources Library patrons are encouraged to use online resources, particularly Overdrive, where MCLS has increased digital collections. Overdrive maintains e-books, audiobooks, and magazines through its website (Overdrive) and app (Libby). If you need more information, visit https://help. Barnes & Noble and VitalSource have made e-Textbooks available for free for students through May 25, 2020. Listed eligibility requirements are that students must: •Attend a 2-year or 4-year institution on a semester academic calendar. •Students must be enrolled in course(s) that began prior to March 16, 2020 •Use an institution-provided email address Additional instructions and further details for college students about this service can be found at Check with your local public and school libraries for other available online resources. Provided information


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Opinion Make your walks more interesting This is a time of almost daily change to our routines, and advice about how to best keep ourselves, our families, and our community safe. We are advised to maintain social distance, but at least for now, I am noticing more individuals and families taking walks. Hopefully, that is something we can continue, and I am adding an extra step to my routine that you might also consider. With the snow gone, I can see the accumulated trash, so I bring along a bag or bucket and my gardening gloves to pick up what spring has revealed. Picking up trash and recycling is making my walk into an interesting contest - how much can I find and what is most interesting or curious? Karen LoBracco Brockport


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6 Suburban News and Hamlin-Clarkson Herald - March 29, 2020 JOAN D. ALLEN

Joan D. Allen, 91, of Bradenton, Florida, formerly of Spencerport, passed away peacefully at home on March 11, 2020. Joan was born in 1928 in Querigua, Guatemala and spent her childhood in Ardsley, New York. She later relocated to Spencerport with her husband, Richard Allen, where they raised their family and were married for 36 years. Joan’s passing was preceded in 1982 by her husband, Richard A. Allen. She is survived by her daughters Margery Robb (Randy), Elizabeth Davis (Jim), and Patricia Kovac (Rick Howard); grandchildren Tracy Robb, Amy Robb, Caitlin Davis Casteel, Jamie Brett, and Dillon Kovac; and five great grand children. For ten years Joan explored the continental United States by motorhome with her loving companion Dale Rankin. Their travels included the southwest, Alaska and Nova Scotia along with several state parks in between. They also enjoyed a quiet life at their campground on Faun Lake and winters in Florida until his passing in 1996. Joan was fortunate to find love again later in life when she was introduced to Stanley Pogroszewski. In their 16 years together, Joan and Stan split their time between New York and Florida to spend time with their families. They enjoyed making and eating Polish food, doing puzzles, taking mystery trips and cruises, and watching native birds. Stan passed in 2015. Joan will be laid to rest next to her husband Richard in Fairfield Cemetery in Spencerport. A graveside service and reception are planned for July 2020. Memorial donations can be made in her honor to your local animal shelter.

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Dean Marvin Snyder, DVM, PE died surrounded by his family at his Hilton home on March 14, 2020 at the age of 59. Dean is survived by his parents, David and Constance Snyder; father-in-law, Chauncey Watches; wife of 35 years, Nancy; daughters, Taylor (Christopher) Rightnour and Sarah; business partner and close friend Heidi Wendel and her family; siblings, David (Eunice) Snyder, Edward (Linda) Snyder, Thomas (Cindy) Snyder, Douglas (Janet) Snyder, Judith Madson, Chauncey (Mary) Watches, Michael (Joanne) Watches, Patricia (Stephen) Trentanelli, Jeffrey (Carol) Watches, Gregory (Toni) Watches, Kathleen (Ralph) Gencarelli, Amy (Daniel) Ackerman; many beloved nieces, nephews, cousins and great friends. Dean graduated from Hilton Central High School in 1978 and went on to Alfred State College and Clarkson University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and became a licensed Professional Engineer. He worked for Harris Corporation for over 6 years before pursuing his passion of becoming a veterinarian. Dean attended the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, earned his DVM and opened Apple Country Veterinary Hospital in Hilton and Erie Canal Animal Hospital in Spencerport. Dean was an outdoorsman who liked to spend time in the woods, fishing, gardening and beekeeping. His favorite pastime was simply spending time with his family on vacation or at their property in Cattaraugus County. Dean had a passion for learning and sharing his knowledge with others. He was fortunate to have mentored many to follow their dreams of becoming veterinarians. He was an active member of the Genesee Valley Veterinary Medical Association Executive Board for 15 years, serving as a two-term president and ethics committee chairman representing veterinarians in Monroe and Orleans Counties. The GVVMA recognized Dean as Veterinarian of the Year in 2012. Dean also volunteered as a board member, for over 20 years, and was Past-President of the NYS Society of Veterinary Medicine, representing all veterinarians in NYS. He received the Outstanding Service to Veterinary Medicine Award from the NYSVMS, which recognizes an individual who significantly contributed to the advancement and improvement of veterinary medicine in NYS. He was also recognized with a NYSVMS Merit Award by his peers for his volunteer work as Chairman of the NYSVMS Grassroots Legislative Network and Continuing Education Committees. In recent years, Dean also served on the NYSED Board of Veterinary Medicine.Dean served his local community by volunteering with Willow Domestic Violence on establishing their pet shelter, as a board member of Lollypop Farm and a member of the Parma Zoning Board for over 20 years. Dean is a member of the Hilton High School Alumni Hall of Fame and pastGrand Marshall of the Hilton Fireman’s Carnival. A funeral is currently being planned for a later date at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Ellicottville, NY. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Dean’s life. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to The Dr. James D. Nundy Scholarship Fund, c/o The Hilton Education Foundation, PO Box 232, Hilton, NY 14468.

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•Mackie, Steven A. “Steve,” age 57, died March 20, 2020. He was born August 30, 1962 in Toronto, Canada to George and Gwen (Johnston) Mackie. He was a member of the Sheet Metal Workers Local #46. Steve is survived by his mother, Gwen; brothers, Paul, Darin (Tammy Cary); niece, Samantha (Patrick) Kennedy; nephew, Travis; great-niece and great-nephews, Peyton, Nathan, Ethan; and many close friends including Bill W. A private Graveside Service will be held at Mt. Albion Cemetery with a Celebration of Steve’s Life announced at a later date. Contributions can be made to a charity of one’s choice in his memory. To share a special memory of Steve, visit Arrangements entrusted to Christopher Mitchell Funeral Homes, Inc., Albion. •Muoio, Joseph M. “Joe,” age 54, died unexpectedly March 20, 2020. He was born March 25, 1965 in Rochester to the late Joseph and Joyce (Lewis) Muoio. He worked for 25 years as an Electro Mechanical Engineer at Bausch & Lomb. Joe was active in the Boy Scouts, St. Mary’s Archers Club, Barre Sportsman’s Club and supporting his children with the Orleans County Clay Crushers. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by several of his siblings. Joe is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 6 years, Amanda; children, Nicholas, Andréa, Ryan, Elizabeth; several siblings, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Services will be held privately at the convenience of the family. Contributions can be made to the Orleans County Clay Crushers, 309 East Park Street, Albion, NY 14411 in his memory. To share a special memory of Joe, visit Arrangements have been entrusted to Christopher Mitchell Funeral Homes, Inc., Albion.


•Rheinwald, Gary D., died peacefully March 15, 2020 at age 67. Predeceased by his parents Glenn and Eleanor. He is survived by his loving wife Kim; children Geremy (Brittany) Rheinwald, Aleesha Rheinwald, Eric and Todd Warren; grandchildren Anthony, Seth and James; siblings Jeffrey (Julie) Rheinwald, Shelly (Roger) Meiers, and Todd Rheinwald; several nieces, nephews and special daycare friends. Gary worked with the Brockport DPW for 30 years and was a former member of the Brockport Fire Department (Silsby Hose). Family and friends may call on Saturday August 15 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Fowler Funeral Home Inc., 340 West Avenue, Brockport followed by a Funeral Service at 4 p.m. Donations can be made to the Brockport Fireman Exempts or the Brockport Lions Club in his memory.


•Bartnett, George J., died March 12, 2020 at age 93. Predeceased by his loving wife, Elizabeth; brother, Michael F. Bartnett III; and sister, Anna Marie Mullins. Survived by his four children, Sharon (Thomas) Sutton, Shawn (Judy) Bartnett, Patricia (Barry) Condon, and Kathleen “Katie” (William) Shaw; 13 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. Contributions can be made to the Benincasa House in his memory. For more information visit •Hall, William D. “Bill,” died peacefully March 14, 2020 at age 78, after a long courageous battle with Parkinson’s Disease and Dementia. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; daughters, Jennifer (John), Lisa (John), and Stacie (Andrew); grandsons, Will, Ben, Sam, Camden and Wrigley; sisters, Janet and Shirley (Larry); brother, Frank (Karen); and many relatives and friends. A Celebration of his Life will be announced at a later date. Donations can be made to any of the following in his memory: Avow Hospice, 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, FL 34105; Parkinson’s Foundation, 1000 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620; or Alzheimer’s Association (Rochester/Finger Lakes Region), 435 East Henrietta Road, Rochester, NY 14620.

•Nyhan, Mark S., died March 11, 2020 at age 61. Predeceased by his parents, Frank and Betty Nyhan; father-in-law, Gary Chapman; nephew, Erik Loiacano. Survived by his wife, Pamela; children, Jamie, Nicholas (Alex) and Melanie; siblings, Barbara (Dan) Karley, Lynda Almengual, and Mike (Lori) Nyhan; mother-inlaw, Patricia Holden; sisters and brother-in-law, Paige (Steve) Lockwood, Gary (Pam) Chapman, Paula (Mark) Santacesaria, and Patty Chapman; many nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. Mark was in business for over 30 years and appreciated all of his dedicated employees. His Memorial Service was held March 17 at St. Pius Tenth Church, Chili. Contributions can be made to the Wilmot Cancer Center or a charity of one’s choice in Mark’s name. •Tougas, Samuel “Sammy,” February 9, 1998 - March 11, 2020. Beloved son, brother and friend, Sammy Tougas died suddenly at age 22. He leaves behind parents Scott Tougas Sr. (Kristen Hunt-Kruger) and Darlene Licata-Tougas (Luis Perez); and siblings Scott Tougas Jr. and Sydney Tougas. Sammy was predeceased by grandparents Wayne and Susan Tougas and Cheryl Goodfriend-LaRocca. He is survived by grandparents Eddie LaRocca, Leonard (Christine) Licata and many aunts, uncles and cousins. His Memorial Service will be scheduled at a later date. Donations can be made to his family at 75 Meadow Farm South, North Chili, NY 14514 in his memory.


•Zerkle, Patrick L., Born April 23, 1954 and died March 9, 2020. Survived by beloved family and friends. Patrick lived in Hamlin since 1985. Burial will take place in his hometown Peoria, Illinois, in St. Joseph’s Cemetery. Per Patrick’s wishes, there will be no ceremony. Arrangements entrusted to Fowler Funeral Home Inc.


•Ames, Robert G., died March 13, 2020, at age 88. He was predeceased by his grandson, Sean Dylan Ames. He is survived by his wife, Katy Ames; his sons, Stephen (Patti) Ames, David (Kathy) Ames, Keith (Mindy) Ames and Jim (Helen) Ames; his sister, Sandy (Al) Herdeman; his brother-in-law, Jim (Noreen) Newton; his 12 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Bob was a US Navy Veteran, past Treasurer for many decades of the Rochester Musicians Association, a Board Member and President of Red Armstrong Youth Hockey and a Minnesota Vikings fan. He was an Eastman School of Music graduate and played in several bands before forming The Bob Ames Orchestra which he conducted well into his 70’s (40 years). He taught music lessons at Cosies Music Store in Brockport and gave private lessons for years out of his home In light of the coronavirus, Katy and sons have postponed Bob’s services until a later date. Donations can be made to the Aurora House Comfort Care Home, 2495 South Union Street, Spencerport, NY 14559 in his memory. For questions or concerns call the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home at 392-7100 or visit their website at •Diedrich, Luther “Lute” C., died March 17, 2020, at age 83. Predeceased by his parents, Luther and Isabel Diedrich, his wife, Elizabeth “Betty Lou” Diedrich, his daughter, Betsy Bauer, and his brother and sister-in-law, Bob and Dianne Diedrich. He is survived by his children, Jeffrey (Laurie) Diedrich and Andrew (Gia) Diedrich; his grandchildren, Arron (Jess Waydelis) Bauer, Morgan (Matt) Wroblewski, Tyler (Amanda) Diedrich, Jacob Diedrich, Molly Diedrich, Abby Diedrich and Hannah Diedrich; his great-grandchildren, Natalie Diedrich and Henry Wroblewski; his siblings, Linda (Ernie) Sanders, Mary (Dave) Schutte, Dick (Pat) Diedrich, Carol (Larry) Strauss, David (Kathy) Diedrich, Joan (Lenny) Palmisano; and many nieces, nephews and friends. Due to the coronavirus, all services have been postponed until further notice. Donations can be made to St. Paul Lutheran Church in his memory. Please call the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home at 392-7100 for questions or visit their website at www.burgerfuneralhome. com for updates.


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American Legion Post #330 receives $1,500 donation – Legion member Peter Evinsky (left) and his sister, Auxiliary member Lisa DaLaParte (right) participated in a Veterans for Vets Disc Golf event over the winter, raising $1,500 for Ferris Goodridge American Legion Post #330 in Spencerport. Post treasurer Dan Walker (center) is also pictured. Dynamic Discs and Latitude 64 offered the event, which was designed to meet three goals - giving disc golfers a chance to play in an organized event during the winter months, providing an environment for a disc golfer without any tournament experience to play in an organized event, and providing an opportunity for a local disc golf community to raise money that gets returned to that same community to organizations tasked with serving veterans. Peter said, “The American Legion in Spencerport was chosen because it is near and dear to my heart as a member there, and I see first-hand their wonderful work in our community for our vetreans.” Peter has a daughter now serving on the USS Nimitz, and Lisa has a son in the United States Marine Corps. Anyone interested in learning more about the sport of disc golf, can go to the Greater Rochester Disc Golf Club page on Facebook or visit

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•Frisbee, Gary D., died March 20, 2020, at age 80. He was predeceased by his wife, Shirley and son, Gary Jr; his parents, Arthur and Mary Frisbee; his in-laws, Robert and Velma Gibson; his brothers, Elmer Frisbee and Donald “Bud” Frisbee; his sister and brother-inlaw, Doris and Robert Koss; his brothers-in-law, James Dahlheim and Gary Gibson; and his nephew, Daniel Frisbee. He is survived by his children, Laura (Anthony) Palmeri, Pamela (Gary) Sharpe, and Michael (Stephanie) Frisbee; his grandchildren, Anthony, Christopher (Emily Koneski) Palmeri, Sabrina (Michael Morris) and Randy Sharpe, Michael, Dana (Joshua Englert), Timothy, and Samantha Frisbee; his 2 great-grandchildren, Giovanni Palmeri and Vincent Englert; his sister, Margaret Dahlheim; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; as well as his special Southern Tier family, Michael and Julie Willson and their children. Gary worked for Eastman Kodak Company for 29 ½ years as a Supervisor in Emulsion. Due to the coronavirus, Gary’s services have been postponed. Please visit the website at for updates. Donations can be made to the National MS Society, P.O. Box 4527, New York, NY 10163; Disabled American Veterans, P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301 - online at https://www., or the Salvation Army, 745 West Ave, Rochester, NY 14611 - online at https://give., in his memory. •Hurlbutt, Charles F., died March 19, 2020, at age 72. Predeceased by his parents, Merton and Elizabeth Hurlbutt; and his brother, Douglas Hurlbutt. Beloved father of his surviving daughters, Kelly (Eric) Guest, Kim (Scott) Neu; 10 grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; and former wives and friends, Sandy Johnson and Ginny Hurlbutt; several nieces, nephews and friends. His Funeral Service will be held at the convenience of the family. Interment will be in Parma Union Cemetery.


•Moore, Richard L., age 87, died March 20, 2020. He was born November 17, 1932 in Warrenton, NC a son of the late James and Ella (Harris) Moore. Richard was a member of the First Baptist Church of Holley and a former employee of Rochester Products. He was predeceased by his granddaughter Jennifer, sister, Emma (James), brothers, Romey, George and James. Richard is survived by his loving wife Joyce (Hartley) Moore of 58 years; daughters, Susan (Donald) Haubner, Lori Miller, Rebecca (James) Haines, Emma Parsons; son, Frank Helvey; grandchildren, Alexandra, Brandon, Donald, Jillian, Jimmy, Daniel; special granddaughter/caregiver, Jessica (Rich); great-grandchildren, Elaina, Gianna, Cody and Kylie; several nieces and nephews in NC. To ensure the health and safety of the family and others, all services will be held in private. Interment will be in Hillside Cemetery. Contributions can be made to the First Baptist Church of Holley, 25 Geddes Street, Holley, NY 14470 in his memory. Arrangements entrusted to Christopher Mitchell Funeral Homes, Inc., Holley. To share a special memory of Richard, please visit www.


•Wight, David Raymond, age 71, died March 16, 2020, after a five-year battle with ALS. Survived by his wife of 51 years, Colleen Charlsen Wight; sons Jeffrey (Sarah) Wight and Bradley Wight; grandchildren Vera and Jasper; and sister Patti Wight Bulavinetz of Phoenix. No services are planned at this time but additional remembrances can be found at Contributions can be made to: Hearts for ALS of NY, PO Box 10593, Rochester, NY 14610 in his memory.

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•Mihalyov, Florence S., died March 9, 2020. Predeceased by her husband, John (2006). Survived by her sons, Mark (Aimee), Kenneth (Nancy), Robert (Vicki) and David (Melissa); 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Florence was involved in the United Methodist Church of North Chili and the Chili Senior Center. The family will gather for a private service. A public Celebration of Florence’s Life will be announced at a later date. Donations can be made to the United Methodist Church of North Chili, 2200 Westside Drive, Rochester, NY 14624 in her memory. •Moore, Bernice E. (nee Nalewalski), died peacefully March 20, 2020 at age 96. She is survived by her dear friend and caregiver, Kathy Schuth. Bernice was a beautiful person inside and out. She will be remembered for her caring heart, beautiful smile and endless giggles. Interment will be private. In honor of Bernice, please consider doing something nice to help an elderly person in need.


•Appleby, John Philip, died peacefully March 11, 2020 at age 67. He was predeceased by his parents, Philip and Dorothy. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 33 years, Mary Kay; daughter Callie (Tim Wilbert); son Bob (Regina); grandchildren Rose, Jack and William; sisters Pat Lankheet, Jeanne (Richard) Leasure, Kate Appleby (Jim Barbour); brother Joe (Melinda); and several nieces, nephews and cousins. John was a retiree of Rochester Fire Department, Engine Companies 1, 7 and 3. He was a member of Knights of Columbus, a United States Marine Corps Veteran, a member of American Legion Ferris Goodridge Post # 330. Calling hours and funeral services will be held at a future date. Contributions can be directed to: Golisano Children’s Hospital, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NY 14642 in his memory. •Fenton, Marjorie E. (Wright, Goodridge), died peacefully March 9, 2020. Survived by her loving husband, Mark; sons, Bradley (Judy) Goodridge and Bryan (Melanie) Goodridge; granddaughter, Kristy (Marc); grandsons, Kurt (April), Carl and Joshua; great grandchildren, Grace, Bradley, Connor and Addison; Mark’s son Gregg (Jane) and their children, Rob and Julia and Mark’s granddaughter, Sheralyn (Lucas). Marge will be deeply missed by all her friends, her sisters and brothers in the Order of the Eastern Star (where she was a past District Deputy Grand Officer) and her camping group with whom she and Mark enjoyed many years of travel in their motorhome. The family held a private burial on March 13 at Fairfield Cemetery, Spencerport. Her Memorial Service will be scheduled for a later date at the Webster Baptist Church. For information visit www.walkerbrothersfh. com or contact Mark at (585)727-2202. •McLellan, Charles (Sandy) Murr, of Cornelius, North Carolina, formerly of Spencerport, died March 18, 2020. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Judy Young McLellan; five children, Charles McLellan Jr (Karen), James McLellan (Victoria), Sonia Takatch, John McLellan, Tracy Rubrecht (Craig); twelve grandchildren; one great-grandson; brother, Robert McLellan; and nephew, Judge John McLellan, III. Sandy retired from Eastman Kodak Company as a Senior Systems Analyst, and continued working at and retired from IBM as a manager. He was past president of Spencerport Rotary Club, served District 7120 as Assistant Governor, a volunteer fireman for 15 years, served on the Spencerport School Board, was a member of the Spencerport Sports Booster Club, and was an avid Tennessee Volunteer fan. A Graveside Ceremony was held in Minneapolis, NC on March 28. A Memorial Service to celebrate and honor his life will be held at Messiah Lutheran Church in Rochester this summer. Contributions can be made to the Spencerport Rotary Club, P.O. Box 142, Spencerport, NY 14559 in his memory.


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Social Security Offices only offering phone and online service All local Social Security offices will be closed to the public for in-person service starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020. This decision protects the population Social Security serves – older Americans and people with underlying medical conditions – and its employees during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Critical services will still be provided. Secure and convenient online services remain available at Local offices will also continue to provide critical services over the phone. Updates will be provided as to when in-person service can resume. Provided information

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of infectious disease. There is evidence that Vitamin B enhances resistance to bacterial infections and helps improve immune function. Most good multi vitamins will have both the A and the B complex. Vitamin C is proven effective: For years, dietitians and nutritionists have been well aware of the immuneboosting qualities extra vitamin C can provide. Vitamin C is perhaps best known for its ability to strengthen the immune system. But this potent nutrient also has many other important roles that control significant aspects of our health. Vitamin C helps manufacture collagen, which is used to heal wounds more quickly and support the walls of blood vessels, lessening your risk of stroke and heart disease. You can find vitamin C in citrus fruits and juices, broccoli, bell peppers, potatoes, strawberries, tomatoes, brussels sprouts and spinach. Have some zinc: Zinc has also been found to help ward off sickness by boosting the immune system. In fact, experts note that one of the most common immune deficiencies are lowered levels of zinc. Pumpkin seeds and lean beef and oysters are rich sources of zinc. I personally take 50 mg of a zinc supplement at the earliest symptoms of a virus and have excellent results in preventing a full blown viral illness. And finally, eat well: A good, balanced diet rich in natural foods goes a long way to helping boost your immune system, if for no other reason than to provide many of the very vitamins and minerals recommended here. Nowadays our immune systems are being challenged more than ever. The modern lifestyle is, for many, not very healthy. By making a few simple choices with your diet and activity you can boost your health and immunity naturally. Check with your healthcare provider before taking supplementation or beginning an exercise program.

Legal Notice Town of Hamlin

Legal Notice Town of Clarkson



(Pursuant to Section 501 of the Real Property Tax Law)

(Pursuant to Section 501 of the Real Property Tax Law)

TOWN OF Hamlin, Monroe County, N.Y.

Notice is hereby given that assessment inventory and valuation data is available for examination and review. This data is the information which will be used to establish the assessment of each parcel which will appear on the tentative assessment roll of the Town of Clarkson which will be filed on or before May 1, 2020. The information may be reviewed by appointment, in the Assessor’s office at 3710 Lake Road, Clarkson. An appointment can be made by phoning the Assessor at 637-1135.

Notice is hereby given that assessment inventory and valuation data is available for examination and review. This data is the information which will be used to establish the assessment of each parcel which will appear on the Tentative Town Tax Roll which will be filed on or about May 1, 2020. The information may be reviewed by arranging an appointment with the Assessor(s) during his/her regular office hours. An appointment to review the above described assessment information may be made by telephoning the Assessor(s) at 585964-8748. Dated: 3/12/2020 Dan Stanford Assessor, Town of Hamlin

Dated this 10th day of March, 2020 Elizabeth Spencer Assessor Town of Clarkson

Public Hearing Notice Proposed Budget Village of Hilton

Notice Of Water Daily Rate Increase Village Of Hilton Please take notice that the Village of Hilton will be increasing the water daily rates for accounts with meters larger than 3/4”, effective April 1, 2020, the new rates will be: Village customers: Current new charge for 3/4” meters - $.23 daily Below are the new daily water rates based on meter size. 1” 1 1/2” 2” 3” 4” 6” 8” 10”

0.40 0.65 1.05 3.08 3.76 7.52 9.78 21.35

Please take notice that the Hilton Village Board will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. in the Hilton Community Center, 59 Henry Street, Hilton New York for the purpose of reviewing the proposed budget for fiscal year 2020-21. Any interested person(s) may review the proposed budget at the office of the Village Clerk between normal business hours and on the website at The proposed salaries for the Village Board of Trustees are:

Mayor Each Village Trustee

$10,600/annually $5,300/annually

The proposed tax rate is $2.61 /per thousand. (increase of $.04 per thousand)

Shari Pearce Village Manager/Clerk

Village of Hilton Shari Pearce, Village Manager/Clerk

Dated: March 29, 2020

Dated: March 29, 2020

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Family owned/operated solo podiatry practice in Spencerport seeks full-time medical assistant. Ideal candidate must be good with people and detail-oriented. Medical office experience a plus, but not necessary. Must be willing to learn all facets of the practice: Patient prep, data entry, basic computer skills,scheduling, light cleaning and more. Email resume/salary requirements to: SMHpodiatry@gmail. com.[4-19]


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14 Suburban News and Hamlin-Clarkson Herald - March 29, 2020 Legal Notice Town of Sweden

Legal Notice Town of Sweden

Town of Ogden Legal Notice

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the annual update document (AUD) for the Town of Sweden for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2019, has been filed with the Office of the New York State Comptroller. The report has been posted to the Town website at and may be examined at the Town Hall, 18 State Street, during regular business hours.

Notice Concerning The Examination Of Assessment Inventory And Valuation Data (Pursuant to Section 501 of the Real Property Tax Law)

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the regularly scheduled meeting of the Town Board for April 8, 2020 and the regularly scheduled April meetings of the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals are canceled.

Leisa A. Strabel Director of Finance Town of Sweden

Legal Notice Town of Parma PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town Board of the Town of Parma did on the 17th day of March, 2020 adopt a resolution authorizing the withdrawal of the sum of $151,205.30 from a Capital Reserve Account heretofore established by the Town Board of the Town of Parma for the repair or replacement of the existing septic facilities servicing the Town Hall Building, Utility Building, Warming Hut Building, and Historical Building of the Town. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that the adoption of the aforesaid Resolution is subject to Permissive Referendum, as required by Law. Carrie Fracassi Parma Town Clerk March 18, 2020

Legal Notice Town of Sweden State of Emergency Both the State of New York and the County of Monroe have declared a State of Emergency related to the COVID-19 crisis. In following, I specifically find as the Sweden Town Supervisor that the COVID-19 crisis imperils the public health and safety of both individuals and businesses in the Town of Sweden. Taking into consideration various Executive Orders and related emergency guidelines issued by the County of Monroe, the State of New York and the United States of America, and after consultation with federal, state and local governmental departments, I find it to be in the best interests of the Town of Sweden for me to hereby issue a State of Emergency in the Town of Sweden allowing me the discretion to, among other things, use any and all facilities, equipment, supplies, personnel and various other Town of Sweden resources as required to cope with this emergency. Consequently, and pursuant to Executive Law §24, I hereby declare a State of Emergency effective March 24, 2020 at 9:00 p.m. in the Town of Sweden, County of Monroe, State of New York. This State of Emergency shall remain in effect for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days commencing on the aforesaid date and time unless and until either rescinded or extended by me for an additional periods not to exceed thirty (30) days. Any residents in need of special or emergency assistance are advised to contact 911. All residents are advised to monitor the website for the Town of Sweden as well as local media reports for updates. Dated:

March 24, 2020

KEVIN G. JOHNSON SWEDEN TOWN SUPERVISOR 18 State Street, Brockport, New York 14420 Phone: 585-637-7588 Cell Phone: 585-615-5243 Email:

Notice is hereby given that the Assessor for the Town of Sweden in the County of Monroe, that the assessment inventory and valuation data is available. This data is information which will be used to establish the assessment of each parcel, which will appear on the Tentative Assessment Roll of 2020 for the Town of Sweden, which will be filed on or after May 1, 2020. The information which is customarily reviewed by appointment, in the Assessor’s Office which is located at 18 State Street, Brockport, NY 14420, Monday-Friday between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, can now be reviewed by contacting the Assessor via email The Assessor may also be contacted by messaging the office @ (585) 637-8683 where calls will be frequently monitored. Dated this 23rd day of March, 2020. Tammy J. Baker, IAO Assessor Town of Sweden

Legal Notice Village of Spencerport Spencerport, NY Main Street Sidewalk and Curb Improvements (Phase 1) ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS In accordance with Section 103 of Article 5-A of the General Municipal Law, sealed Bids for the construction of the Main Street Sidewalk and Curb Improvements (Phase 1) will be received by Village of Spencerport, at the office of the Village of Spencerport, 27 West Avenue, Spencerport, NY 14559, until 2:00 PM local time on April 30, 2020, at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read. Replacement of approximately 460 SY of concrete sidewalk and 115 SY of colored and stamped concrete on Main (Union) Street in the Village of Spencerport. The project also includes replacement and/or resetting approximately 240 LF of granite curb. The Village of Spencerport will furnish and deliver all subbase material for placement by the contractor. The Village will also provide all trucking for disposal of excavated spoil material. An Add Alternate is included to furnish and install permeable tree surrounds in the new sidewalk areas. Sealed Bids will be received for a single prime Contract. Bids shall be on a unit price basis, with additive alternate bid items as indicated in the Bid Form. Bids shall be on a unit price basis as indicated in the Bid Form. The Issuing Office for the Bidding Documents is: Avalon Planroom (585) 242-9999 Bidding Documents may be viewed and ordered through the Issuing Office website at: in the “Public Jobs” section. If you do not have internet access or have questions on ordering from the site, please contact Avalon Document Services at (585) 242-9999. Drawings can be picked up at any of Avalon Document Services’ locations. 1. For a non-refundable fee of Ten Dollars ($10), interested firms may request and receive an Electric Download of the Bidding Documents.

Declaration of A State of Emergency Town of Ogden, New York

2. For a non-refundable fee of Ten Dollars ($10), interested firms may request and receive a CD with electronic copies of the Bidding Documents. If the CD is to be shipped, the Bidder must furnish Avalon with the Bidder’s active UPS or Federal Express account number or pay Avalon for all shipping and handling costs.

WHEREAS I, Gay Lenhard, as Supervisor of the Town of Ogden, and as Chief Executive Officer of the Town, am empowered, pursuant to §24 of the Executive Law of the State of New York, to declare a State of Emergency throughout the Town of Ogden; and

3. For a non-refundable fee, printed copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained from the Avalon Planroom. If the documents are to be shipped, the Bidder must furnish Avalon with the Bidder’s active UPS or Federal Express account number or pay Avalon for all shipping and handling costs.

WHEREAS, as a result of the present COVID 19 crisis in the State of New York and the Town of Ogden, I believe that a Declaration of a State of Emergency should be made at this time so as to assure that the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the Town of Ogden can, to the greatest extent possible, be protected

The Bidding Documents must be obtained through the Avalon Planroom in order to be considered a Plan Holder of record. Bidding Documents obtained from any other source are for examination only, are not considered complete and are not valid for bidding purposes.

NOW, THEREFORE, I make the following declarations: 1. That a State of Emergency is hereby declared, effective immediately, throughout the entire Town of Ogden, and to continue in effect for the next thirty (30) days, or until sooner rescinded by ‘further Declaration by me. This Declaration may be further extended beyond its initial thirty (30) days by my further Declaration as well. 2. That during such State of Emergency I am authorized to promulgate such emergency orders as may be necessary or appropriate, consistent with Section 24 of the Executive Law, to protect life and property or to bring the present COVID 19 crisis under control. 3. That all such emergency Orders shall at all times be consistent with Executive Order 202.5 of the Governor of the State of New York regarding COVID 19. 4. That this Declaration of a State of Emergency of the Town of Ogden shall be published as soon as possible and transmitted to the radio and television media for publication and broadcast, and shall be executed and filed as required pursuant to the provisions of Section 24 of the Executive Law. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have executed this Declaration this 25th day of March, 2020. Town of Ogden Gay Lenhard, Supervisor

Bidding Documents also may be examined at the offices of MRB Group, on Mondays through Fridays between the hours of 9:00 AM and 3:30 PM; or online through internet based construction information subscription services. The date that the Bidding Documents are transmitted by the Issuing Office will be considered the Bidder’s date of receipt of the Bidding Documents. Partial sets of Bidding Documents will not be available from the Issuing Office. Neither Village of Spencerport, nor Engineer, nor Avalon will be responsible for full or partial sets of Bidding Documents, including Addenda if any, obtained from sources other than the Issuing Office. The Village of Spencerport, Monroe County, NY, reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to waive any informalities, or to make an award to other than the low bidder. It further reserves the right to limit the amount of the award. Attention of the bidders is particularly directed to the requirements of the conditions of employment to be observed and minimum Wage Rates to be paid under the Contract. The Village of Spencerport does not discriminate on the basis of handicapped status in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities. Bid security shall be furnished in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. Owner: Village of Spencerport By: Jackie Sullivan Title: Village Clerk

By order of the Board Noelle Burley, Town Clerk

Legal Notice Section 001110 Advertisement For Bids Separate sealed proposals, will be received by the Board of Education, Churchville-Chili Central School District (herein referred to as the “Owner”) for the Churchville-Chili Central School District 2018 Capital Improvement Project/ GF-12 CES Window Replacement Bids shall be received by the Owner, in the District Offices, 139 Fairbanks Road, Churchville, NY 14428, until 3:30 P.M., local time, on April 7, 2020, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids transmitted electronically or via facsimile will not be accepted. Separate Bids are requested for the following Prime Contracts: Contract 541: General Trades Contract Contract 542: Plumbing Contract Contract 543: HVAC Contract Contract 544: Electrical Contract Contract 545: Food Service Equipment Contract The Architect for the Project is: SEI Design Group, D.P.C., 224 Mill Street, Rochester, NY 14614. The Construction Manager for the Project is: Campus Construction Management Group Inc., 1241 Pittsford-Victor Road, Pittsford, NY 14534. The Instructions to Bidders, Form of Proposal, General Conditions, Drawings, and Specifications may be examined at the offices of the Owner and the following locations: Builders Exchange of Rochester, 180 Linden Oaks, Rochester, NY 14625 Construction Exchange of Buffalo & WNY, 2660 William Street, Buffalo, NY 14227 Dodge Data & Analytics, 4300 Beltway Place, Suite 180, Arlington, Texas, 76018 A Pre-Bid walk-thru conference shall be held at the Churchville-Chili Central School District, Churchville Elementary School, 36 West Buffalo Road, Churchville, New York 14428 at 4:00 P.M., local time, on March 25, 2020, for the purpose of touring the building to review the existing conditions and considering Bidders’ questions. Bidders for Prime Contract Work may obtain Contract Documents on or after Monday, March 16, 2020, at RotoliteElliott Corporation, One Grove Street #123, Pittsford, NY, 14534 (585-385-1463). Upon payment of a deposit of $100 per set, and a separate, non-refundable $45 shipping and handling payment for each set (deposit checks shall be made payable to Churchville-Chili Central School District, shipping check made payable to Rotolite-Elliott Corporation). Alternatively, bidders can provide their UPS or FedEx account information. -OrIn lieu of shipping, Contract Documents may be obtained in person at Rotolite-Elliott Corporation upon payment of a deposit of $100 per set (deposit checks shall be made payable to Churchville-Chili Central School District). -OrIn lieu of paper bid sets, bidders can view electronic plans and specifications online upon a $45 non-refundable payment by visiting (Click Public Jobs under the Menu Tab on the left hand side of the plan room home-page. Once you are in the public plan room please select the link for Churchville-Chili Central School District.) Bids shall be on the form provided in the documents, prepared in duplicate as set forth in the Instructions to Bidders and enclosed in an envelope bearing on its face the name and address of the bidder and the title of work to which the proposal relates. If submitting for more than one contract, submit each contract bid in separate envelope. Any Bidder upon returning such set-in good condition within thirty (30) days after Bid opening will be refunded the deposit. Any Bidder after thirty (30) days after Bid opening or Non-Bidder so returning such a set will not be refunded. The Board of Education hereby reserves the right to waive any informalities and reject any or all Bids or to accept the one that in its judgment will be for the best interest of the school district. A Bid Bond or Certified Check made payable to the Owner in the amount of five percent (5%) of the Bid, subject to the conditions provided in the Instructions to Bidders, must be deposited by each Bidder with his Bid as a guarantee that, in the case the contract is awarded to him, he will then, ten days thereafter, execute such contract and furnish a satisfactory Performance and Payment Bond, and the Bidder shall not withdraw his Bid for a period of forty-five days after the above date of Bid opening, and to guarantee the performance of all other obligations of the Bidders as set forth in Instructions to Bidders. Attention of the Bidders is called to the requirements as to the conditions of employment and minimum wage rates to be paid under this Contract as well as to the provisions set forth in the Instruction to Bid-ders. Work shall be commenced and continuously and diligently prosecuted immediately after contracts have been signed. END OF SECTION 001110

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