June 6, 2017
CANISTEO, NY – Canisteo village mayor Monica Recktenwald was full of praise Monday night for the Canisteo Community Support Group and everyone else who volunteered their time to make the Crazee Daze weekend a successful celebration. “I cannot remember ever seeing that many people at the parade,” said Recktenwald, “and it definitely was a community effort.”
In other news a resolution was passed to put “No Outlet” sign at the beginning of Glenn Avenue to avoid unnecessary turnarounds by larger vehicles.
It was also noted in the department reports that the number of junk vehicles are down considerably in the village.
Invenergy will be holding a number of open houses in the village this summer to keep the public informed and to answer any questions about the Canisteo Wind Project currently taking place.
The village board also agreed to spend up to $3500 to have a water storage tank inspected which is a prerequisite to securing a grant for water infrastructure upgrades.
The board also gave the green light for the Canisteo Police Department to lend a car and an officer to help out in emergency situations at the Watkins Glen race weekend.
And finally there will be a fireworks display hosted by the Canisteo American Legion on July 1st starting at 10 pm.