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Historic Edition:
July 30th, 2009
Vol. 29  No. 5

Summer Mid-Day Concert series concludes today

Craig Wilkins and the Western New Yorkers caught the sunshine last Thursday, successfully setting up and performing to an appreciative crowd in Russell Park between showers. The Russell Park Summer Mid-Day Concert Series concludes on July 30 with the appearance of the wonderful German band, the Bergholz Blaskapelle Band, featuring Akron's own Doug Farrell on drums.

Town Justice has wedding-full week

It was a wedding-full week for Judge Dennis Freeman who is a Justice for both the Town of Newstead and Village of Akron.

Bank of Akron's Chief Credit officer named Lender of the Year

New York Business Development Corporation (NYBDC) has named Peter Randall, chief credit officer for the Bank of Akron, its 2009 Lender of the Year.

Capital project on schedule at Akron Central School

The Capital project at Akron Central School is progressing on schedule, Superintendent of Schools Robin B. Zymroz reported to Board of Education members last week. Read further for details of construction progress and staffing cuts discussed at the July 22 Board of Education Meeting.

Town of Newstead Solid Waste and Recylcing Tons Drop

Meeting with Joe Scaffidi of Allied Waste during work session Monday night, Newstead Town Board members learned that solid waste and recycling tonage is down in 2009.

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