Community notebook

Portland Town Board meeting Wednesday

The Portland Town Board meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday. EWT Wind Turbines will have a presentation at 6:30 p.m., followed by the regular board meeting.

Hanover Democratic Party to reconvene

The Town of Hanover Democratic Party will reconvene its caucus on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall. Only Democratic Party members who voted at the first caucus will be allowed to vote. The doors close at 7 p.m., so please arrive early.

Candidates for the Town of Hanover Highway Supervisor position are needed. Please consider serving your community. This is an excellent opportunity for interested persons. Contact Deanna Borrello at 934-2410.

Fredonia Planning Board to meet about Brooks project

The Fredonia Planning Board’s final discussions and an anticipated vote on the Brooks hospital project will take place Wednesday, June 12 at 5:30 p.m. Public questions and comment WILL be taken at this meeting.

Chautauqua County Land Bank Corporation Monthly Board meeting to be held Wednesday

The Chautauqua County Land Bank Corporation (CCLBC) will hold its monthly board meeting at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Jamestown Airport, in the Main Terminal Conference Room A.

These meetings of the CCLBC are conducted to discuss business associated with the acquisition and potential sale of property by CCLBC and other official business as required (agendas will be provided at the meetings). The press, public and other stakeholders are welcome to attend. Questions may be directed to: Gina Paradis, 969-7843.

North County Industrial Water District No. 1 Meeting

There will be a special meeting of the North County Industrial Water District No. 1 Board of Directors to discuss a possible change to the water rate. The meeting will be held today at the Town of Dunkirk meeting room at 4737 Willow Road. The meeting will start at 5:30 p.m. The meeting is open to the public.

FHS Class of 1970 meeting today

The FHS Class of 1970 will hold a meeting to prepare for its 50th class reunion in 2020 today at 7 p.m. at Coughlin’s Pub, 47 W. Main St., Fredonia. Classmates who are unable to attend but would like to be part of the committee are asked to contact Marcia Johnson, marciajo1007@yahoo.com.

Brocton Sons of the American Legion meet today

The Sons of the American Legion, squad 434 Brocton, will hold their monthly meeting today. The meeting will be held at the J.W. Dill Legion Post 434 at 110 W. Main St. at 7 p.m.

Citizens for a Better Cassadaga will meet on Thursday

The Citizens for a Better Cassadaga will meet on Thursday, June 13 at 7 p.m. at the Cassadaga Library. Summer events such as the Strawberry Social, concert series, farmers’ market, and Dale Drive walking path will be discussed. All area residents are encouraged to attend.

Evans Garden Club plans presentation

The Evans Garden Club will meet at 7 p.m. today. The meeting will be held at the Angola Library, 34 N. Main Street, Angola. A presentation on the herbal use of native plants will be given by Lyn Chimera. She is a garden consultant, a master gardener and a native plant specialist. She has also published a book, “Five Keys to Better Gardening,” a planning tool to help improve your gardening. All are invited to attend.

Son’s of American Legion Squad 59 to meet today

The Son’s of American Legion Squad 59 will be holding their monthly meeting today at 7 p.m. at Post 59, 156 E. Main St., Fredonia. Topics to be discussed will be The Post 59 Family Picnic on Aug. 10 at Russell Joy Park with more details will follow.

Plans will also be finalized for the upcoming Meat and Shrimp Bingo on June 15 at Post 59.

All SAL are encouraged to attend the meetings which are held on the second Tuesday of every month.

Fredonia Food Pantry

On Saturday, June 15, The Fredonia Food Pantry will be open from 10 a.m. until noon at Fredonia Presbyterian Church at 219 Central Ave. The pantry serves the needs of residents of Fredonia, area code 14063, Pomfret, Sheridan, and Laona. All guests receive one or more bags of non-perishable food. Number of bags given out depends on family size.

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