CCIDA meeting in Jamestown Tuesday
The Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency (CCIDA) Board of Directors will meet Tuesday at 10 a.m. at 200 Harrison St., Jamestown. This meeting is open to the public.
SCCS Seniors to hold Chiavetta's Chicken Barbecue Wednesday
The Silver Creek Senior Class is raising money for Class Night Bash by selling tickets to a Chiavetta's Chicken Barbecue Wednes-day from 3 to 7 p.m. Tickets are pre-sale only through Tuesday and can be purchased for $8.50 each at the switchboard in the Silver Creek High School lobby all during spring break.
DFD March run report
The Dunkirk Fire Depart-ment reports going on 141 runs in March. Of that number, 113 were EMS calls with 41 resulting in transports to Brooks Memorial Hospital. There were 11 still alarms, 14 box alarms and three mutual aid calls answered by the department, according to figures from Fire Chief Keith Ahl-strom. In February, the DFD had 140 runs, including 53 hospital transports.
Gowanda committee planting trees
The Gowanda tree committee will plant trees Fri-day starting at 8 a.m. Any-one interested in helping should show up at 8 a.m. at the Gowanda Wastewater Treatment Plant on Aldrich Street. Volunteers should bring a shovel and a rake.
Hanover Planning Board meeting moved
The regularly scheduled Hanover Planning Board meeting Monday has been rescheduled for April 23.
Kokomo Time Band booking summer events
The Kokomo Time Band is a tropical/pop/oldies band from Chautauqua County that offers anything from '50s, '60s, '70s oldies to Calypso Caribbean (Buffett, Beach Boys, Belafonnte) Tex-Mex and even a little Cajun Zydeco.
The band is in the process of booking summer events and there still are some scattered dates available in July, August and September.
The band consists of Brian Bundy on lead guitar, James Iarocci on bass, Jeff McChesky on keyboards, Spencer Drake on guitar and band leader Jim Steffan on drums. Percussionist and website designer Russ Faraci is brought in on special performances. All musical members are also vocalists with the band.
Anyone interested in more information about the band or scheduling the band for an event should contact Jim at 679-4311. They can also visit the website at www.kokomotimeband.com.
to be closed today
The Portland Highway Department will close High-land Avenue in Brocton for culvert work from the village line to Webster Road today from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Spring egg hunt on Hefner's lawn
On Saturday, Delta Chi will host its second Spring Egg Hunt on President Hefner's lawn, located on 194 Central Ave., Fredonia.
The event will commence at 1 p.m. and go through 3 p.m. The following events will occur - 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.: arts and crafts will be held inside Fenton Hall; 2 to 3 p.m.: egg hunt will be held on the front lawn.
Fredonia village, town court closed Friday
The Fredonia Village Court and Pomfret Town Court will be closed Friday for training. The office will reopen Monday.
Town zoning board to hear appeals
The town of Dunkirk Zoning Board of Appeals will meet Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the Town Hall at 4737 Willow Road to consider two appeals.
Paul Briggs of 5212 Woodlands Drive is seeking an area variance to construct a garage onto an existing residence. The garage would be in violation of town zoning laws that require a minimum side yard of 25 feet on each side.
Dr. Tat-sum Lee is seeking area variances for more signage and off-premise signage for the Lee Medical Building, 3898 Vineyard Drive. The signage on the building would be in violation of size restrictions while off-site signs are prohibited under town zoning law. All interested persons will be heard at the meeting.
Fredonia Justice Court issues monthly report
The Village of Fredonia Justice Court released its monthly report.
During March, the court closed 165 vehicle and traffic cases, 63 criminal cases, 40 village ordinance cases, 8 civil cases, and 6 alcoholic beverage control cases, totaling 282 cases.
Fines and surcharges of $20,293 and parking tickets in the amount of $6,185 were collected, totaling $26,478.
The Town of Pomfret Justice Court released its monthly report. During March, the court closed 414 vehicle and traffic cases, 10 penal law cases, seven energy conservation cases, 31 suspension lifts, eight agriculture and market cases, eight civil cases, and one miscellaneous case for a total of 479 cases. The total fines and surcharges collected were $39,382.50.
Silver Creek Offices closed Wednesday
Silver Creek Village Offices will be closed all day Wednesday for training.
Pomfret water meter reading begins today
The Town of Pomfret announced water meter reading in the Van Buren, Berry Road and Chestnut Street districts will begin today and last for at least two days.
Billing will follow in the coming weeks.