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Historic Edition:
March 10th, 2005
Vol. 24  No. 36

Newstead Republicanís to honor Sandra Lee Wirth

The Newstead Republican Committee will honor New York State Assemblywoman Sandra Lee Wirth as its 2005 Lincoln Leadership Award winner.

Sleeping Out to Build Awareness

The Akron Central School InterAct Club sponsored a Sleep out on Friday night to help build awareness of the challenges those without homes face on a nightly basis. Akron Students slept in cardboard boxes

Kid's Day Supporters

Akron Masonic Lodge #527 F&AM received support from Akron Central swimmers and the Akron/Newstead community as they sold Kidís Day editions of the Buffalo News early Tuesday morning. Results of their efforts were not available at press time.

Looking for Infiltration and Illegal Hookups

The Village of Akron DPW recently began using a new camera which gives them a clear view of what is happening within sanitary sewer pipes. Flows of storm water, breaks, blockages, and other conditions within the pipes are visible on television monitor which is mounted in a trailer modified by Village personnel to house the camera, and related equipment. Identifying problems will help the village reduce infiltration of storm and ground water into the sewer.

St. John's Bowling Club Begins

Friday afternoons at the Alden Bowling Center on Sandridge Road will be jumping for the next several months. Alden's St. John's School once again has a large group of young keglers working on their skills after a tough academic week. Parent chaperones Chris and Colleen Helwig watch over young friends (l-r) Zak Kropidlowski, Laura Karlnoski, Leah May, Holly Captain, Chelsea Buszka, Mitchell Penke, Jessica Anstett, and Andrew Helwig as Patrick Meyer begins his approach.

Akron Chamber names 2005 Citizen and Business of the Year

The Akron Chamber of Commerce has announced 2005 Citizen of the Year and Business of the Year award winners.

Board increases bonding level for Water District #10

Anticipated increases in labor and materials on the Water District NO. 10 project resulted in Town Board action to increase the projected appropriations for that District from $6,074,000 to $6,976,400 and to authorize the issuance of serial bonds in that amount.

Elvis Tribute Concert to benefit Relay for Life

An Elvis Tribute Concert at the American Legion this Saturday, March 12 will benefit the Fourth Annual Akron "Relay for Life."

Five vie for two Trustee seats in Village of Akron election

Five candidates are seeking election to two Akron Village Board of Trustee seats in Tuesday, March 15ís election.

Is it time for a Giambra resignation?

This countryís most recent and famous recall election came two years ago in California, when voters were so outraged at the non performance of then Governor Gray Davis Ė who just prior to the recall vote had the lowest voter approval rating in the history of the state -- that he was kicked to the curb less than a year after winning re-election.

Violation notices for unlicensed vehicles expected shortly

Residents with unregistered vehicles on their property can expect to see violation notices shortly.

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