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Three development plans up for review in Clarence

This week in Clarence

Three development plans are scheduled to come before Town Planning Board when it meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Town Hall, One Town Place, off Goodrich Road, following a work session at 6 p.m.

Camp-Roll LLC of Buffalo is requesting a preliminary concept review of the proposed Roll Road Subdivision on the north side of Roll Road, west of Martha’s Vineyard.

Cimato Enterprises is seeking development plan approval for the proposed Northwoods Subdivision of about 150 lots on the north side of Greiner Road, east of Shimerville Road.

Russell Salvatore Jr. is asking for development plan approval for a mixed-use project at 6449 Transit Road, north of Old Post Road. The proposed two-story building would include 6,748 square feet of commercial space on the first floor, plus eight residential apartments – two on the first floor and six on the second.

Also this week:

• Continuing this Sunday and Monday is the fourth annual HollowFest Fourth of July Fair in Clarence Town Park, 10405 Main St. Presented by the Clarence Hollow Association, its attractions include rides, games, food, beer and live music.

Highlights on Monday include a hot dog eating contest at 1 p.m. and fireworks at dusk. Providing music are the Boys of Summer on Sunday and Cock Robin on the Fourth.

• The Clarence Summer Orchestra will kick off its summer concert series at 7 p.m. next Sunday in Clarence Town Park with a program featuring “American Musical Giants,” including Gershwin, Copland and Bernstein.

Guest soloist on saxophone and clarinet will be Tom Reed, chairman of the Department of Music at Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio. In case of rain, the concert will move to Clarence Middle School, 10150 Greiner Road.

• The Discover Main Street Committee will hold a dedication ceremony at noon Saturday for the new bicycle corral and bike repair station on the Clarence Bike Path at the Clarence Hollow Farmer’s Market, 10717 Main St. The Clarence Rotary Club provided funding for the corral, designed by artist and sculptor Mark Griffis.