BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

Celoron Schedules Hearing On Paper Streets

CELORON- There will be two public hearings Monday in Celoron.

The first, which will begin at 6:45 p.m., will consider the abandonment of Walton Avenue south of Boulevard Avenue and the alleyways and carriage ways connected to the avenues. These paper streets have been abandoned for 10-12 years, and Holiday Harbor Marina is interested in obtaining the land. The marina will be paying for filing costs, so there will be no cost to the taxpayers. There will also be a public hearing at 6:55 p.m. for Local Law No. 4 of 2013. This law would provide for the codification of the local laws, ordinances and certain resolutions of the village into a municipal code to be designated as the “Code of the Village of Celoron.”

In other news, the mayor, two trustees and the mayor’s appointees were sworn into office during Monday’s Celoron Village Board meeting.

Scott Schrecengost, mayor, and trustees Norman Mattison and Steven Grundstrom took the oath of office. Schrecengost kept the appointments of the previous mayoral appointees, including: Shirley Sanfilippo as the village clerk and treasurer, John Vanstrom as the village attorney, Jetta Wilson as the deputy clerk, Becky Holmstrom as the village historian and Robert J. Burkholder as the village code enforcement officer. These terms are set to expire Dec. 7, 2015. Holmstrom was also appointed as the chairman of the planning board, a term which will expire Dec. 3, 2018.

Mattison was appointed deputy mayor and to the committees of: high-rail equipment, sanitation, audit and special events. Trustee Robin Young was appointed to the committees of: parks and recreation, insurance, and building. Trustee Dick Kogut was appointed to the committees of public safety and business. Grundstrom was appointed to the committees of animal control, and zoning and planning. Schrecengost and Sanfilippo head the correspondence committee, and the entire board plus Sanfilippo is in charge of the fiancee committee. The committee appointments will expire Dec. 1, 2014.