Appliance Rebate Form
Friday, 11 March 2016 13:10
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Legal Notice - Village Tax Collection
Thursday, 25 February 2016 14:07
VILLAGE OF CHURCHVILLE
Village taxes for the 2016-2017 fiscal year will be collected at the Village Office, 23 East Buffalo St., Churchville, NY 14428 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday from March 1, 2016 to April 1, 2016.
After April 1, 2016, a five percent (5%) penalty will be charged through and including April 30, 2016. Taxes received after April 30, 2016, penalty to be computed pursuant to Section 924-A and Section 1456 of the Real Property Tax Law.
Planning and Zoning Board Openings
Monday, 21 December 2015 08:57
Planning Board and Zoning Board Openings
Eagle Scout Project
Tuesday, 03 September 2013 10:45
Mayor Nancy Steedman and Scoutmaster Ray Ehrmentraut thank Scout Alan Mosburger for the completion of his Eagle Scout project. His project was to complete a brick section in the front of the Village office and the bricks in the back where the picnic table is located. These projects certainly have added to the beauty of the Village Office building. Our thanks to Scout Alan and all those who helped.
Conservation of Energy—LED lights
Tuesday, 30 July 2013 05:00
Churchville Municipal Electric employees Stacy Stanton, Andy Zess, Ed Rivers and Ken Yoffredo.
Pictured above is the Village of Churchville’s display at the Waste Management Open House held on July 25, 2013 comparing electric usage of LED lights over standard lights. This display shows a comparison between LED lights and standard lights. The old style streetlight vs. a new LED streetlight are hooked into the light board. You can see the two electric meters mounted on the board. On the left, the meter is registering the electric used by the old style streetlight and the incandescent bulbs. On the right the meter is registering the electric used by the LED streetlight and LED bulbs. You are able to actually see the difference in the meter as to how fast it runs . . . it is significant. The old style runs so much faster, which means it is using more electric than the one that has the LED bulbs and streetlight attached.
The new LED streetlights use over 60% less electric than the old style. The Village is installing LED streetlights on North Street as a pilot program. The new housing development, Villas of Churchville, will be completely lit by LED streetlights. In an effort to conserve power, the village plans to start replacing the old style streetlights with new LED streetlights. Some of the benefits of LED streetlights include; reduction in energy costs by over 60%, reduction of CO2 emissions by 60%, maintenance costs are reduced by 50% and they eliminate the need for multi-wattage bulbs in stock and reduce installation time. The cost of LED streetlights has become more reasonable and the village is now able to purchase them for the same price as the old style. This will be an ongoing project until all lights have been replaced. This is just one more way that the Village of Churchville is conserving energy costs.
Mayor Steedman Accepts a New American and State Flag
Thursday, 06 June 2013 09:17
Mayor Steedman accepts a new American and State flag from Senator Mike Ranzenhofer’s office. They were presented by the Senator’s Chief of Staff, Kathleen Donner and the Director of Constituent Affairs, Jonathan McNulty. These will replace the worn flags at the Village Office in time for the Memorial Day holiday. Our thanks to Senator Ranzenhofer!!
Mayor Steedman Accepts a New POW-MIA Flag
Thursday, 06 June 2013 09:14
Mayor Steedman accepts a new POW-MIA flag from Assemblyman Steve Hawley’s Administrative Assistant, Jayleen Carney. This will replace the worn flag at the Village Office in time for the Memorial Day holiday. Our thanks to Assemblyman Hawley!!
Attention Residents: Please update phone numbers with the Village
Thursday, 21 March 2013 11:26
50 Years of Service as Attorney, James B. Fitzsimmons, Esq.
Wednesday, 12 December 2012 06:45
The Mayor and Village Board of Trustees from the Village of Churchville recognized James B. Fitzsimmons, Esq. for his 50 continuous years serving as Attorney for the Village of Churchville.
James B. Fitzsimmons and his wife, Mary Ann, at a recognition dinner.
Jim opening the door to the Village Board room that has been named for him.
Village of Churchville
December 10, 2012
Resolution Jim Fitzsimmons 50 Years of Service
WHEREAS , it is most appropriate that the governing board of the Village of Churchville recognizes the accomplishments of James B. Fitzsimmons, Esq. as Village Attorney; and
WHEREAS, James B. Fitzsimmons, Esq. has for 50 continuous years served as Attorney to the Village of Churchville as a corporate entity and to the Mayor as the chief executive officer and to the Board of Trustees as the local legislative body, and in doing so has maintained the highest standard of ethical conduct; and
WHEREAS, James B. Fitzsimmons, Esq. has attended over 600 regular and special board meetings, prepared legal contracts and opinions, provided services in connection with the acquisition of easements and title to real property, prepared local laws, ordinances and resolutions and represented the Village in court proceedings; and
WHEREAS, James B. Fitzsimmons, Esq. has shown the utmost dedication to the community of the Village of Churchville; and
WHEREAS, a dinner in celebration of his years of service was held on November 20, 2012 at Agatina's Restaurant, 2967 Buffalo Road; now therefore be it
RESOLVED, that a Village of Churchville gold coin minted in 2010 be presented to James B. Fitzsimmons, Esq.; and therefore be it also
RESOLVED, that there will be a designated parking space in his name at the Village Hall at 23 East Buffalo Street, Churchville; and therefore be it also
RESOLVED, that the Board Room of the Village Hall be heretofore known as "The James B. Fitzsimmons Board Room" and therefore be it also
RESOLVED, that the Mayor and Board of Trustees of the Village of Churchville express their heartfelt thanks to James B. Fitzsimmons, Esq. for 50 years of service to the Village of Churchville.
On Roll Call:
Mayor Nancy L. Steedman Aye
Deputy Mayor Donald G. Suter Aye
Trustee Scott A. Cullen Aye
Trustee John H. Hartman Aye
Trustee Diane F. Pusateri Aye
EZ Pass-Great gift idea!
Wednesday, 12 December 2012 06:27
- Electric Crew Returns Home
- Village of Churchville Electric Crew to Long Island
- Storm Tips & Information
- Senator Razenhofer Visits Star of the West
- Notice of Adoption of Local Law #3-2012
- Churchville congratulates Riga's Jen Suhr, Olympic Gold Medal winner!
- Adoption of Local Law #2-2012 "Seasonal Vendors; Sidewalk Cafes"
- Dedication of Community Memorial Park
- Reading of Declaration of Independence
- Monroe County Clerk, Cheryl Dinolfo Visits Churchville
- Send us your favorite Walk-About Photos!
- Black Creek Feasibility Study Information
- Mayors for Meals on Wheels
- Mayor Nancy Meets with County Legislator, Jeff Adair
- 2011 Fall/Winter Newsletter Available
- Congratulations Jim Kurycki
- Churchville Railroad Memorabilia
- Order your Brick Today!
- Black Creek Stream Corridor Trail Feasibility Study Grant Awarded
- Cub Scout Pack 156 Visits the Village of Churchville