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Historic Edition:
July 24th, 2003
Vol. 23  No. 4

Newstead Senior Center project well underway

The Newstead Senior Center is well on the way to providing a “permanent home” for Akron-Newstead Senior Citizens.

Rotary Club of Akron-Newstead installs officers

The Rotary Club of Akron-Newstead held their Fourteenth Anniversary Celebration and Installation Dinner on June 19, 2003 at The Akron House, 15 Main Street, Akron.

Plenty of Corn

The Clarence Hollow Association sponsored farmer's market is held every Saturday from 7 am to 1 pm at the corner of Main and Shisler in Clarence.

Clarence Center Rd. closed for culvert replacement

Clarence Center Road in the Town of Newstead will close temporarily while the Erie County Department of Public Works performs culvert replacements, Erie County Legislator Michael H. Ranzenhofer announced this week.

Dog owners reminded of Town leash law

Town of Newstead Dog Control Officer David DeYoung reminds dog owners that the Town of Newstead has a strict leash law.

Free Trade fallacy is economic suicide

Our government’s free trade policies, i.e. North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) are destroying our standard of living, our jobs, and our industries.

Increased enforcement of Village laws planned

Increased enforcement of Village local laws was requested by Akron Village Board members earlier this month.

New driveway/entrance policy sparks comment

A new Town of Newstead Driveway/entranceway policy sparked comments at the Newstead Town Board meeting on Monday, July 14.

New Employment Data available

New employment statistics from the New York State Department of Labor continue to show economic improvement in most regions of the state from June 2002 to June 2003, with New York City’s suburbs growing by 2,200 private jobs or 0.1 percent, and Upstate private employment growing by 5,200 jobs or 0.2 percent.

Town receives grant for Connector Trail

The Town of Newstead has received a matching grant of $38,147.00 under the Recreational Trails Program for the Newstead Connector Trail project.

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