What's Happening Around the Village!
HEAP Outreach Announced
Legislator John Mills announced that the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) outreaches will be at the Concord Town Hall Monday, February 6, 2017. Interviews will begin at 9 a.m. and continue until 4 p.m. All applicants will be interviewed. Applicants must bring the following documentation to the outreach: Proof of gross income received within the last 30 days for all household members; the Social Security numbers for all household members; one form of ID for all household members; proof of residency and a current heating or electric bill. For questions or additional infromation, call the HEAP Hotline at 858-7644 or HEAP Application Request Line at 858-1969.
Attention Village of Springville Residents, Winter Parking Ban:
NOTICE YOU ARE HEREIN OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED THAT IT IS ILLEGAL TO PARK ON ANY VILLAGE STREET
1. Between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m.from November 10 to April 1, the parking of vehicles is hereby prohibited on any street, and/or in any location adjacent to a street where the vehicle restricts and/or prohibitsthe Village ofSpringville from removing, plowing, and/or otherwise treating snow and ice within the street. For purposes ofthis section, the definition ofstreet is provided in Section 150-13 ofthe Village Code.
2. The parking of vehicles in the municipal parking lot is prohibited between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. from November 10 to April 1, except in designated areas within the municipal parking lot.
3. No vehicle may be parked in excess of24 hours in any one spot on any street, alley, or municipal parking lot, except in designated areas within a municipal parking lot. Vehicles that violate these laws will be ticketed and may be towed, at the owners expense, by order of the Village of Springville Police Department. By Order of the Village Board
Merry Main Street-Chamber of Commerce:
With the Holiday season fast approaching, the area merchants, along with the Chamber of Commerce will be having many events happening in the Village of Springville. To view these events and to find out more about A Very Merry Main Street please click here: Chamber of Commerce, Merry Main St.
Bank Shame Campaign, aka Zombie Properties:
7/20/16 Updates to the foreclosed and abandoned homes list! Thanks to the the efforts of Assembly member Kearns' intern, there is now a map tracking all the foreclosed or reported abandoned properties anywhere in New York State. It's called "Shame Campaign Map." Please share it far and wide. To view map click here:http://www.zeemaps.com/view?group=1628155&x=_78.764357&y=42.865342&z=7
Increase NYS Department of Financial Services Awareness and Accountability for Zombie Proeprties in Erie County. Any resident wishing to complain about the blight in our community of incomplete foreclosure property processes also known as "Zombie Properties", please go to the following link to voice your concerns: http://www.dfs.ny.gov/consumer/fileacomplaint.htm
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How's Your Internet?
The County needs your feedback! Visit Eriecounty.crowdfiber.com to complete the survey. The County is currently producing the Broadband Internet Feasability Study to assess the current status of County internet service and identify strategies to improve service. A public meeting to learn more about the study will be held on: Monday, December 5th, 2016 at 6p.m. Erie County Fire Training Academy, 3359 Broadway, Cheektowaga, NY. Survey will only run for a limited time, so don't delay!!
MAIN STREET PROGRAM
2016 NY Main Street Program
The Village will again be working with Alma Brown of Clinton Brown and Associates for the program. Application and Grant Information. Deadline for accepting applications has passed. Funded Applications will be announced shortly.
FRANKLIN STREET, PARK AND BUILDING RENOVATIONS
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Tax Credits Available Now for East Hill Historic District Residents
East Hill Historic District nomination has been signed and placed on the New York State Register of Historic Places. Property owners may now apply for the homeowner tax credit program, as placement on the State Register is the threshold for the tax credit program. East Hill Historic District Application PDF
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