Residents will have a chance to be heard next week on a zoning change that could clear the way for a new housing complex.
The Village Board scheduled a public hearing for 7:30 p.m. Monday regarding the proposed rezoning of a portion of Brigham Road near Fredonia State College.
Mayor Frank Pagano said a proposal from a private concern to build a housing complex on that rezoned land will be discussed as well. No other details were given.
In other business:
The board learned that the village has received $10,500 from the state Department of Motor Vehicles to continue its Child Passenger Safety Program.
The village police department buys new, approved child safety car seats and holds public clinics throughout the year, at which residents may have safety seats checked. If a child seat is found in violation of safety regulations, a citizen is given a new seat to put in his or her vehicle, free of charge.
Pagano warned that any village resident who receives a letter citing a violation of the sewer ordinance should respond to that letter or face a court hearing. And, he said, police officers will begin ticketing vehicles left in village parking lots beyond approved time limits, and some vehicles will be towed. Trustee Susan MacKay said, "24-hour parking does not mean 24-7."