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W. SENECA OKS REZONING FOR 10 TWO-FAMILY HOMES

A zoning change to permit construction of 10 two-family houses at the east end of Barlow and Bedford avenues was approved Monday night by the West Seneca Town Board.

William Egan was granted the zoning change and special permit for the project, located near the Lackawanna city line.

The board also approved a zoning change to allow the French Lea Corp. to build an ice cream parlor in a plaza at Clinton Street and French Lea Road.

By a 3-2 vote, the board removed William H. Bond as town prosecutor and named Timothy J. Greenan to the $15,225-a-year post. Greenan was appointed Jan. 8 but the action did not include a provision to terminate Bond. Town Attorney James J. Kelleher requested the motion so there be no misunderstanding.

Supervisor Joan F. Lillis and Councilman Michael J. Graber, who has supported Bond for the town attorney's post, voted against the move.

The board approved a $7,500 payment to Andre Comacho of 198 Westcliff Drive to settle a lawsuit over the town's acquisition by eminent domain of property on the north side of Elm Street. Comacho had sought $10,000 for the two lots, each 30 feet by 106 feet, the town wanted for use for retention basins for a sewer project.

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