Hornellsville Town Board
March 10, 2020
ARKPORT, NY – Town Supervisor Dan Broughton told the board that Aldis has nixed plans for a building expansion at their location across from Maple City Dodge. “They plan on doing a complete makeover on the interior,” said Broughton, “but have decided not to expand the building.” According to Broughton, they made another request to the town to have multiple trees removed along the highway so their store and signs have better visibility to traffic on Rte. 36. “The permits have to be issued and the trees have to be removed by March 31st or it could possibly impact the bat population.”
Deputy supervisor Jim Giglio reported that expansion on the Residents apartment complex on the Airport Road is moving along at a swift pace with heavy equipment clearing the foundation.
Highway DPW head Jason Emo had a busy month building a weed sprayer for the tractor, cleared brush and debris at Lanes dumping spot and Madison Ave, hauled another 500 tons of sand, serviced the mowers for summer, and was out plowing and sanding 21 times.
In other news, Town Clerk Jessica LaFrance reported the town sold 15 dog licenses for $115, 3 certified Death Certificates for $30, and a personal check to the supervisor for $845.
And finally it was reported that Town Justices Rich Scavo brought in $6,243 and Erik Werner $9,012 in fines and fees for the month of February.