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How do you describe the experiences of a 50-year veteran of local ski patrols? In as few words as possible, in the opinion of Fritz Worosz of Dunkirk.
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The Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation's Local Economic Development Committee is pleased to share that in 2013 a solid foundation was laid for Northern Chautauqua's economic development.
The DOT took it over from CSX late last summer and I walked it shortly after. It is part of taking over dispatch control from the CSX regional base in Dunkirk NY.
Walter R. Szczublewski, Jr., 74 of Dunkirk, NY died Friday morning March 14, 2014 at home surrounded by his family.
Mrs. Korbas lived in the area most of her life and was a member of Blessed Mary Angela Parish St. Hyacinth Church.
Brian Schneider is running for a seat on the Forestville Village Board on March 18. Schneider is running for trustee unopposed and is endorsed by the Democrat and Republican parties.
The hearing was for public comment on the County of Chautauqua Industrial Development Agency's proposal to provide potential exemptions or partial exemptions from sales and use taxes, mortgage recording taxes and real property taxes, but not including special assessments and ad valorem levies for the proposed Chadwick Bay Marina facility.
Thomas Makris, age 68, of Dunkirk, NY died Monday, March 10, 2014 at Buffalo General Hospital.
Fire Chief Keith Ahl-strom gave an update on the plans at a recent meeting of the Common Council's Public Safety Committee.
The New York State Bluebird Society and the Lake Erie Bird Club will co-sponsor a Bluebird Work-shop in Western New York on March 17 beginning at 7 p.m. at the BOCES North Center in Fredonia.
The Fredonia Village Board may have declined to support the now-successful grant writing process for the northern county's regional water district, but that does not mean the village has been written off from having its concerns addressed.
Mark D. Butler, 48, of Eagle Street, Forestville, died Friday, March 7, 2014 at Buffalo General Hospital, following a lengthy illness.
"The new sub-station cuts the response time to Westfield Memorial Hospital in half," stated Executive Director David Thomas.