Homer Village Board of Trustees:
What we learned at the Homer Village Board of Trustees meeting last night. The village and town will meet to plan applications for grant money to replace the bridges. Rebecca Smith from the county youth bureau encouraged the village to apply for program funding as soon as next month. She also talked about a Healthy Neighborhoods program that will circulate around the village. Homeowners can ask for safety checks and get recommendations on the least expensive repairs.
Cortlandville Planning Board:
Gutchess Lumber’s request for an addition to its sorter building was passed by the Cortlandville Planning Board to the county. The addition is to add automation to put stickers on lumber – it’s hard to find workers willing to do that all day.
The board also approved a conditional permit to allow Classy Chassis Car Wash to remove its self-serve wand wash bays to add 15 more vacuum stations. It’s part of a rebranding and name change to Splash. Vacuums are free with your wash.
Members learned more about Ray Energy’s plan to build a railroad terminal to bring in and store propane behind the Marvin Windows location on route 11.
Suit-Kote’s proposal to replace storage tanks at its Lorings Crossing site was sent to the county.
The Regan Development Corporation plans for a multi-family building and three business pad sites across from Wal-Mart was also discussed.