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‘City Speaks’ signs off

To everything there is a season. Vicki Westling will close out “City Speaks” this week as the show comes to an end.

Watch this final episode with the host as she recognizes the many guests and recounts some of the facility tours the show has taken and brought into your homes.

“It has been my honor and privilege to come into your homes for this past year and a half, and I thank each of you for watching, for your comments and your loyalty. My special thanks to Mayor Wilfred Rosas for his belief in me as the show’s host, and for all that he has done to ensure transparency in his administration by appearing regularly as a guest.”

Watch this final episode from Thursday to Feb. 12 daily on Spectrum 1301 at 3 and 10 p.m. or by going to www.dunkirkaccess.com and viewing it on YouTube at your convenience.

Hanover Planning Board to meet Friday

The proposed Town of Hanover Zoning Codes will be reviewed at a special meeting of the Planning Board on Friday, Feb. 7 at 5 p.m. in the courtroom at the Town Hall. All are welcome to attend and opinions will be heard.

Connect Dunkirk: Get on a Train Committee meeting Thursday

The Connect Dunkirk: Get on a Train committee will hold a regular meeting this Thursday, Feb. 6, in the Dunkirk library meeting room at 10:30 a.m. Committee members are encouraged to attend to discuss recent developments in the project. This is a group that has been formed with the aim of possible renovation to the Dunkirk train terminal and securing a stop of the passenger train again in Dunkirk. Upcoming public events are being planned and will be announced.

Health and Wellness Night planned for Thursday in Brocton

Are you looking to improve your health and well-being in 2020? The Brocton School Health and Wellness Committee invites all members of the public to attend a Health and Wellness Night being held in the Brocton cafeteria on Thursday, Feb. 6 from 5-7 p.m. Get your fill of fun, food, family, and fitness!

Attendees will be provided with information from vendors pertaining to mental health, veteran assistance and services, elder care, yoga demonstrations, dental hygiene, and drug and alcohol prevention, awareness, and assistance. Also available will be open swim for adults 18 and older from 5-6 p.m., POUND fitness classes from 5:30-6 p.m., and pickleball with the Northern Chautauqua Pickleball club from 6-7p.m. There is no cost to attend, and all ages are encouraged to attend!

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