December 11th, 2018
ARKPORT, NY – Hornellsville Town Supervisor Dan Broughton announced at last night’s monthly meeting that the town is fiscally in good shape with a balance of $759,225 in their account after all the months transaction took place. Town Clerk Sharon Ames took in $406.40 through various licenses and the court took in $9,586 in fees and fines. The only resolution passed Tuesday night had to do with budget modifications.
In the public comment section of the meeting, Hornellsville resident Tom Morey again was again present asking the board why he is still paying a water and sewer tax to the town when those services are not even available at his current location. “Who in their right mind would pay a tax on a service that is not, nor never has been available to their home? I think it’s absurd,” questioned Morey. Broughton noted that he agrees with Morey, but those laws were passed many years ago under a previous administration and it takes time to amend them.
And finally it was announced that there will be a Christmas parade this Saturday starting at 7pm sponsored by the town, and will start at the ATM building and run up Seneca road by the new hospital.