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Historic Edition:
April 1st, 2004
Vol. 23  No. 39

Swimming Seniors

Swimming Seniors and other members of the 2003-2004 Akron Tigershark Swim Team recently gathered to celebrate a successful season.

‘Hands in the Community’ Award

Akron based Allstate Insurance Agent Herm Clouse receives a $500 Agency Hands in the Community Award for his commitment to volunteering in the community.

Tiger Marching Band makes first appearance in Cherry Blossom Parade

The 30th Cherry Blossom Parade in Washington, D.C. will include a performance by Akron Central School’s Tiger Marching Band.

Akron Village budget subject of Public Hearing Monday night

Village of Akron residents will have an opportunity to comment on a proposed 2004-2005 Village Budget during a pubic hearing at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 5, in the Village Hall on Main Street.

Development comes at what price?

On Monday, March 15, 2004, I attended the Village of Akron Board meeting and heard about a proposal to construct a combination of patio homes and apartments on the property located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Clarence Center and Hake Roads.

Fourth of July plans well underway

The Akron Celebration Committee has plans well underway for the upcoming Fourth of July Celebration in the Village of Akron.

Proposed Akron Central 04-05 budget increases spending by 1.02%

Akron Central School Board members will present a 2004-2005 budget to voters which reflects a 1.02 percent increase in expenditures and a 3 percent increase in the tax levy over the 2003-2004 spending plan.

Public Hearing set for April 5 on Home Occupation law

The Akron Village Board will hold a Public Hearing on a proposed Home Occupation law during their regular meeting on April 5.

This is an over-the-top-rope battle royale

More than one interested eye is being cast in the direction of the Orchard Park school district these days, trying to figure out where a nasty debate between the school board, administration, teacher’s union and ultimately the voters will wind up exactly.

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