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STATE TO DROP 20-MPH LIMIT AT EAST AURORA MIDDLE

The East Aurora Village Board Monday set a public hearing for Oct. 19 on state plans to rescind the 20-mph speed limit temporarily imposed on Main Street in front of the middle school. The state has installed a pedestrian-activated signal at Main and Grove streets, and says the 20-mph limit is no longer needed.

The hearing also will deal with removing stop signs at North and South Grove streets and installing pedestrian walkway markers on Main Street.

A second public hearing that night will air a request from Wallenwein's Tavern to extend its outdoor deck eastward toward the Aurora Senior Citizen Center.

In other business the board:

Approve placing an illuminated sign at the Oakwood Square Plaza at the corner of King Street and Oakwood Avenue. The freestanding sign will be illuminated until 11:30 p.m. daily. It receive Planning
Commission approval.

Announced the village leaf collection will begin
Oct. 13.

Plans to hold a special meeting next Monday night to receive further input from Benderson Development on its plans to build a 67,000-square-foot Tops supermarket adjacent to the Aurora Village Shopping Center.

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