The Village of Waterloo and The Seneca County DOH have issued the attached press release concerning the results of the sampling the Village had conducted concerning the PFAS contaminations associated with the former Army Depot.
On Wednesday, October 2, Senator Pam Helming (R-54th District) visited the Town Offices in Willard to take a tour and discuss thoughts about attracting residents and visitors to the hamlet. She met with Sue Ellen Balluff, Tom Bouchard, and Bill Karlsen of the Planning Board, and Joe Brodnicki and Mike Joslyn of the Town Board.
Although her time was very limited she had the opportunity to take a brief tour of the hamlet including Hadley Hall on the Willard grounds. She was impressed by the potential opportunities for the area.
During her tenure, Senator Helming has been very involved and supportive of the Town of Romulus as well as all of the towns and villages in Seneca County.
There will be a public hearing to allow comment on the 2020 Town of Romulus Proposed Annual Budget on Wednesday, October 16 at 7:00PM at the Romulus Town Offices. The public hearing will take place prior to the regularly scheduled Town Board Board meeting.
There will be a public hearing to allow comment on the subdivision request submitted by Daniel and Michelle Schrader on Monday, November 18 at 7:00PM at the Romulus Town Offices. The public hearing will take place prior to the regularly scheduled Planning Board meeting.
There will be a public hearing to allow comment on the subdivision request submitted by Barton Van Riper on Monday, November 18 at 7:00PM at the Romulus Town Offices. The public hearing will take place prior to the regularly scheduled Planning Board meeting.
There will be a public hearing to allow comment on the variance request submitted by James McKee on Thursday, September 26 at 7;00PM at the Romulus Town Offices. The public hearing will take place prior to the regularly scheduled Zoning Board of Appeals meeting.
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About a year ago the Seneca County IDA began a process to formulate an economic development strategy for Seneca County. On September 10th we presented the draft strategy publicly at the Board of Supervisors meeting …
The Lifeline Discount Telephone Service Program (Lifeline) is designed to make telephone service more affordable for income-eligible consumers. Consumers qualify for Lifeline by participating in certain federal or state assistance programs OR by having income at or below 135% of the federal poverty guidelines.
Information about the Lifeline program can be obtained from the Lifeline page on our AskPSC.com website. By working together, we can ensure that our most vulnerable residents are connected to vital emergency services, community resources and loved ones.
John B. Auricchio
Director, Office of Consumer Services
New York State Department of Public Service