>Four will be in running for 3 Village Board seats
Four people will be vying for three East Aurora Village Board seats in the village's March 18 elections.
Incumbents Kevin T. Biggs, Elizabeth "Libby" Weberg and Peter M. Mercurio are seeking re-election. Challenging for a seat is newcomer Sue McBurney. The candidates filed their nominating petitions Tuesday.
The trustee posts carry two-year terms and pay $5,000 annually. Weberg and Mercurio are seeking their third term. Biggs is running for a second term.
Polls will be open from noon to 9 p.m. March 18 in Village Hall, Main and Paine streets.
>Senior housing project too ambitious, officials say
A proposal to rezone a 32.5-acre site at Clinton Street and Two Rod Road for a senior housing development has Marilla Town Board members concerned that the plan is too large for the town.
Landowner Leon Berner and developer and business owner Greg Willy approached the board recently to rezone land from agriculture to build 198 units of mixed senior housing, including condos, townhouses and apartments.
Board members said during a work session Tuesday night that they are concerned the cost of the $50 million project will stretch town services to the limit.
The developers noted that the project would have its own sewage treatment plant, private roads and arrange for garbage collection. Board members said they would like to see the project scaled back.