Agendas on going 2020 improvements

Next year 2020 will be  great, these are just some ITEMS that will move us forward and save much money on basic operating expenses 

  • Designed a basic WEB site for all in 2018 feel free to view ALL tabs for latest village info
  • Still working on Searching for Business for West Water St. property (may have an interested company)
  • Sold parking lot next to old Erwin building
  • Completed new install of switches and WIFI through out Village office building (completed)
  • Switching to Empire saving $150 a month with this (almost there)
  • Researching alternatives to improve the Village Square shopping areas
  • Upgrading all the lights to low energy LED, this would reduce the cost of Village electrical expenses by over $20.000 a yr BEGINS next year
  • Looking at replacing the brown light poles along Hamilton St. that are rotted out do to age, with the savings from new LED lights
  • Taking over the NYSEG pole lights so we can have control over installing low energy lighting (completed)
  • Working on a plan to begin improvements at Craig Park $75.000 needed pool reconstruction,
  • $162.000 for play ground equipment, working on a monthly pay plan, (in progress)
  • $80.000 needed for new pavilion roof
  • Park Lighting, continue to resolve. due to lack of use wiring went bad (in progress)
  • State approve the fill in of the pool area,
  •  Plans have been drawn up for reconstruction of the Pool Area
  • Rehab of the interior of Pavilion
  • Painted wood work around Pavilion (completed)
  • Complete restoration of pool and interior of pavilion (on going plan)
  • Working with several Business’s to possibly do some type of Holiday event around the village for 2019
  • The corner of West Water and Hamilton St. (Indian Statue)gardens are complete,  Civil War Park and the World War monument area also restored (completed)
  • Dog Park near complete, listed it on Google, many tourist are visiting passing thru, bring business. Visitors as far away as Hornell travel weekly, over 25 people a day use it.