The Town Board has voted 5-0 to allow Intertech Private Cable Inc. of Lockport to provide cable television service in the Cayuga Village trailer park.
"I think that's good for the area because it promotes competition," said Councilman Danny W. Sklarski.
Sklarski said that more than 200 residents in the park signed a petition to say that they wanted to be able to choose Intertech.
In other action, the board voted 5-0 to sign a resolution advising the Niagara Falls City Council, members of the county Legislature, and the county Planning Board that the Town Board is against a plan to haul hazardous waste through the town.
Because CWM Chemical Services of Model City plans to transport trainloads of hazardous chemical waste through the town to a transfer station in Niagara Falls, and then truck the material on town roads to a toxic waste landfill in Porter, the Town Board is against the plan.