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Historic Edition:
March 15th, 2007
Vol. 26  No. 36
 

Bassanello recognized for 50 years of service

Akron Fire Company, Inc. recognized Adolph Bassanello for 50 years of service during their 84th Annual Installation Ceremonies on Saturday, March 10, 2007. Mr. Bassanello joined the Akron Fire Company in October of 1948 after being on a waiting list that the department had for new members. By 1958 Mr. Bassanello had become chief of the department, and although he served only one year in that office, it was just the beginning of the dedicated service he was to provide to the community.


Candidates share vision for Village

Candidates for March 20 Village of Akron election have responded to an AKRON BUGLE invitation to share their qualifications and vision for the Village of Akron. Seeking a four-year term as Mayor are Carl E. Patterson, currently a Trustee, who appears on the Republican, Conservative, Akron-Newstead Citizens Party line of the ballot and Millard Young who is a write-in candidate supported by the Newstead Democratic Committee and Citizens for Better Government. Trustee Michael R. Middaugh (Republican, Conservative, Akron-Newstead Citizens Party lines) is seeking re-election, and Planning Board Chairperson Kathryn A. Capan (Republican, Conservative, Akron-Newstead Citizens Party lines), Joseph Matusek (Democratic line), and Michael Schilling (Democratic line) are seeking election to the two Trustee seats being filled by the election. The two Trustee candidates receiving the most votes will be elected to those positions. Trustee candidates do not run for specific seats in this election, only for the office.


County supports Akron Airport grant application

The Erie County Legislature passed a resolution sponsored by Legislator Michael H. Ranzenhofer earlier this month regarding a request for state grant funds from Christian Airmen, Inc. Christian Airmen, Inc. is applying for state funded grants under the New York State Transportation Bond Act in order to undertake improvement projects at the Akron Airport.


Dates to Note

This column features a summary of dates and activities you may want to note. It is our hope the column will help you plan your personal and organizations' calendars to minimize conflicts. Please submit your dates to news@akronbugle.com or to tthe AKRON BUGLE - Dates to Note, P.O. BOX 464, Akron, NY 14001 as soon as you set them.


Enchanted evening planned by Akron Parent's Association

The Akron Parents' Association Nursery School will host its Third Annual Family Fun Night, Enchantment Under the Sea on Saturday, March 24, at 4:30 p.m. in the Akron Central High School gymnasiums, Bloomingdale Road, Akron.


February Students of the Month named

Akron Central High School has named Students of the Month for February 2007.


First Amendment

Patrick Henry once stated, "Give me liberty or give me death!" This quote shows the meaning of freedom in the United States of America. The First Amendment states, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government to a redress of grievances." The First Amendment guarantees the American people powerful rights: freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, the right to assembly peacefully, and the right to petition the government. These freedoms are the basis on which our country is founded on.


First Amendment - words with the power to change a nation

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances." - December 15, 1791 When these words were written over 200 years ago they had the power to change a nation.


First amendment is most influential addendum in our country today

The first amendment to the United States constitution is the most influential addendum in our country today. The rights this rectification upholds have defined our nation and the freedoms that we as citizens possess. The first amendment pertains to every aspect of our lives, whether it is in regards to the religion we choose to follow, the ideas we choose to explicate, or the words we choose to speak and read. In each instance we often take for granted, we are being allowed the greatest gift as an inherited right; the sovereignty of our minds.


Friends of the Newstead Public Library announce Spring Used Book Sale dates

The Friends of the Newstead Public Library have announced their Spring Used Book Sale will be held April 18 through April 21 in the meeting room of the library.


Registration due Monday for Boater Safety Course

The Akron Central School Community Education Department and the New York State Police Law Enforcement Explorers will hold a free New York Safe Boating Course on March 31.


Sunshine Week highlights the importance of open government

March 11-17 is Sunshine Week. Led by the American Society of Newspaper Editors, the initiative to open a dialogue about the importance of open government and freedom of information, is funded by a grant from the John S. and James. L. Knight Foundation of Miami. Though spearheaded by journalists, Sunshine Week is about the public's right to know what its government is doing, and why. Sunshine Week seeks to enlighten and empower people to play an active role in their government oat all levels, and to give them access to information that makes their lives better and their communities stronger. New York Press Association, of which the AKRON BUGLE is a member, sponsored an essay contest on the First Amendment, with winning essays from local newspapers set for publication to coincide with Sunshine Week.


Town approves used auto sales site plan and special use permit

A site plan and special use permit for a Used Auto Sales business at 11720 Main Road was approved by the Newstead Town Board Monday night. The action followed several months of discussion regarding compliance with zoning and overlay requirements and revision to the site plan. Other business included awarding a bid for Water District #10 Phase 2, Assessment update, Posting of Brucker Rd., Dog Control report, and Building permit report.

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