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Monday, April 18, 2005

Lindley Town Board Meeting-April 12, 2005

Harold Semple-Supervisor
Paul Stermer-Councilman
Jacob Gross-Councilman
Paul Mortzheim-Councilman
Gerry Simcoe-Councilman
Diana Hill-Town Clerk

Public Comment: Mary Lentzen, Chairperson of Planning Board, would like people to review the new zoning laws to see if they are easy to understand.

Reports: It was noted that Monthly Reports were received from the Town Supervisor, Town Clerk, Highway Department and the Code Enforcement Officer for the month of March. Copies are on file at the Town Clerk's office.

Comments from the Board:
Paul Mortzheim: Paul requested that NYMIR (town insurance) representatives attend a Town Board meeting so board members could ask them questions about coverage and premium payments. Harold said he would check with them concerning the matter, but there was no guarantee they would attend.

Diana Hill: Asked to close the Town Clerk's office on Friday May 6, 2005. The Board said yes.

Kitty Pierce, Town Historian: Asked if anyone knew about the cemetery by Frank Hake's old place.

Steuben County Legislator Bob Nichols was in attendance and reported:
-that 911 will start up in about a month.
-Rural Metro (ambulance service) will be up-dating their system.
-Bob said the county will fight against having Rural Metro into the 911 system. He said he would vote against it also.
-The one-lane bridge on River Road would be replaced in 2008.
-Gibson Hill Road to the Landfill will have hot mix put on it.
-One-half of County Route 106 will be repaved to give it a better base.

Jake Gross asked Bob why the wings/blades on County truck snowplows are dropped so low. Bob said they are union, there is one man per truck and they get paid $1.00 more an hour for having the wings out.

Deputy Swan: Checked in with the Town Board and asked if they had any concerns. Deputy Swan will try to stop in during the monthly Board meetings.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Marc said...

Kitty is the cemetary you are refering to the one that was on Scott road on the left before the house was constructed? Or the one on river road on the hill behind the grey house owned by Watson?

8:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Marc Thanks for asking. The cemetery that I am looking for is supposed to be somewhere near the corner of Stowell Hill Rd. and Anglehart Road -going east toward Morgan Creek.
I am, also, interested in knowing what happened to stones in old cemetery along RR tracks on what I think they now call Primizzi road.
Kitty 523-8851 or piercecm@infoblvd.net

10:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think if you looked over the bank by the new garage on Primizzi Road you might find the grave stones. The garage may very well be built over the graves.

4:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HOW IN THE WORLD CAN SOMEONE JUST PUSH THE HEAD STONE OVER THE BANK, AND PUT HIS GARAGE ON TOP OF THE GRAVES. ISN'T THERE A LAW AGAINEST THAT?

10:06 AM  

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