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The Aurora Town Board will hold a public hearing Monday on a proposal submitted by Presbyterian Homes of Western New York to rezone nearly 70 acres of largely undeveloped land from agricultural to either residential or business.

The property is on Mill near Sweet roads.

If approved by the Town Board, the rezoning would pave the way for as many as 180 independent residential homes and multiunit apartments for senior citizens 62 and older. Officials do not expect to break ground until 1999, with project completion projected for 2000.

The board will hold another hearing Monday on the preliminary 1998 town budget of $5.3 million proposed by Supervisor William Green.

Green's budget calls for less than 1 percent growth in the tax rate, with similar increases in the fire, lighting and other special district budgets. Expenditures in the general fund are up about $10,000.

The board expects to act on the budget later in the meeting.

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