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  1850 Ridge Rd., Ontario, NY 14519   (315) 524-7105 Welcome
The Town of Ontario is located in Wayne County on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, fifteen miles east of the City of Rochester. It is home to a population of 10,000 as well as the Ginna Nuclear Power Plant and a rapidly developing industrial park. Ontario is ideal for those who seek a high quality of life and value the many benefits of a friendly, close-knit community. The town proudly supports and maintains three major parks: Casey Park, Bear Creek Harbor at Thompson Park, and the Ontario Center Greenway Park. The Wayne Central School District serves the majority of the community, providing excellent academic opportunities to students in grades K-12. 
Residents and visitors are encouraged to visit town offices (Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) and the Public Library at 1850 Ridge Road.

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ONTARIO LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION
SUBJECT TO PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM

Notice is hereby given that on February 26, 2015, the Town Board of the Town of Ontario, New York, at a special meeting thereof, adopted a Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to sign a twenty-five (25) year lease of approximately eight (8) acres of the land on which the Town's Waste Water Treatment facility is located, known as 2200 Lake Road, Ontario, New York for use as a solar power generation facility.  Pursuant to New York State Town Law, this Resolution is subject to permissive referendum, a Petition for which must be filed within thirty (30) days hereof.  Copies of the Town Board minutes and the Resolution authorizing the lease can be obtained from the Office of the Town Clerk.


Dated: February 26, 2015

By Order of the Ontario Town Board
Debra DeMinck, Town Clerk


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Roy and Kay Herrmann accepting the 2014 Citizen of the Year Award

February 11, 2015 - We are saddened to report the sudden passing of former Supervisor Roy Herrmann.  Roy was an extremely active member of the Ontario community giving much of himself in various volunteer endeavors.  Mr. Herrmann was also a WWII veteran.  Arrangement details forthcoming.

 

~John Smith ~ Town Supervisor


Roy E. Herrmann, Jr.,  passed away on Tuesday, February 10, 2015, surrounded by his family.   Roy was born on November 30, 1921 to the late Roy and Lucille Herrmann and was predeceased by his first wife Jody, brother Dwayne "Buzz", and stepmother Runette.  He is survived by his wife Mary Catherine "Kay" Herrmann; sons, Mark (Donna), Peter, Edward (Hannah Buxbaum) Herrmann; daughters, Carol (Odis) Allison and Lori Sillato; sister, Sallie (Ron) McQuaid of Waikiki, Hawaii; brother, Gary (Shirley) Herrmann of Millen, GA; 15 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren, and a large extended family.

Roy attended Cornell University and obtained his Masters degree from Penn State University.  Roy served in the United States Army during WWII.  He has been an active member and leader in the Ontario American Legion, Post 428.  Roy was the owner of Herrmann's Agway in Ontario, NY for 37 years. He was an active community servant who deeply cared for the people of Ontario. A member of the Ontario Town Board for decades; Roy served in the capacity of both Councilman and Town Supervisor.  Roy was also active in Wayne County politics.  He was the recipient of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Award in 2014.  Roy was an active Rotarian and often led the group in song.  Throughout his life, Roy was drawn to the theater. He acted and directed musicals and shows for the Webster Theater Guild and other local community theatre groups.  Roy enjoyed the outdoors, hunting, gardening and his vast stamp collection.  He and Kay enjoyed traveling and keeping up with their family.  He will be missed by all who knew him.

Friends and family are invited to gather for a time of visitation on Saturday, February 14, 2015 from 1-4PM at the Murphy Funeral & Cremation Chapel, 1961 Ridge Road, Ontario, NY 14519.  A reception will follow at the Ontario American Legion, Post 428, Knickerbocker Road, Ontario from 4:30-7:30PM.  A memorial service with interment at Furnaceville Cemetery will take place in the Spring.  Memorials in memory of Roy may be made to the Pines of Peace Comfort Care Home, 2378 Ridge Road, Ontario, NY 14519, or to the Pultneyville United Methodist Church, 7770 Hamilton Street, Pultneyville, NY (mailing address is PO Box 23, Williamson, NY 14589). Online condolences may be left at www.murphyfuneralservices.com.


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ONTARIO LEGAL NOTICE

 

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING,

INCLUDING PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING

 

 

Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Ontario will take place on February 26, 2015 at 7:00 p.m., local time, at the Ontario Town Hall, 1650 Ridge Road, Ontario, New York 14519.There will be two (2) agenda items on the Public Information portion of meeting, as follows:

1.    The Town Board will consider the matter of a proposed “Payment in Lieu of Taxes” (“PILOT”) Agreement with Exelon Corporation, regarding the R. E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant, located at 1503 Lake Road, Ontario, New York 14519. Questions and/or comments from members of the public will be requested. A copy of the proposed PILOT Agreement is on file with the Town Clerk’s Office and may be reviewed during regular business hours.

2.    The Town Board will consider all proposals submitted to the Town in response to the Request for Proposals issued by the Town Supervisor, dated February 10, 2015, and regarding the proposed installation of a 2.0 - 2.8 megawatt solar photovoltaic array generating system on land owned by the Town at 2200 Lake Road, Ontario, New York 14519, and will consider a proposed Power Purchase Agreement and proposed Lease for such generating system. Questions and/or comments from members of the public will be requested.

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Solar Power coming to Ontario, NY.  Click here to view the location.
Click here to view the Request for Proposal.
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Please be sure your mailbox and nearest fire hydrant are cleared of all snow and ice.



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Read the Nuclear Energy Institute’s just released study on Ginna Nuclear Power Station’s value to our community and region
R.E. Ginna
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IT IS PROPERTY TAX SEASON.  FIND A COPY OF YOUR BILL HERE.

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Please take a few minutes to educate yourself on what a day in the life of a plow driver is like in order to keep our roads safe.

 

* Please shovel out or have your plow service plow around your mailbox.  With the amount of snow we have, it's causing a lot of damage to mailboxes this winter.

 

* Average Speed is 22-25 mph

*Extremely Limited visibility when backing up - they CAN NOT see you behind them - STAY BACK

 

* If you can't see the yellow line, neither can they. Give them as much space as possible.

 

*Drivers typically make 2-3 passes at intersections, ensuring they are safe for oncoming traffic.  If you see a plow attempting to back up in an intersection, SLOW DOWN & GIVE THEM ROOM.  Assume they do not see you, do not try to pass.  If they see you, then they will wave you on.

 

 

(Video's will play in a separate window, through YouTube)

Click here to view a video taken while on a plow run 

 

Click here to view a plow run in a subdivision

 

Click here to view a plow run

 

Click here to view a plow run at night

 

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The New York State Department of Transportation is preparing a $5 million capital project to repair 17 bridges, both eastbound and westbound, along the Route 104 corridor between the Bay Bridge and Salt Road in the Town of Webster. Construction for this project is currently expected to begin in the summer of 2015 and take two construction seasons to complete.

 

This preventive maintenance project is designed to improve the riding surface and maintain a state of good repair. The project involves the milling and repairing certain bridge decks, replacement of many bridge joints, repair of some concrete fascia overhangs, and the reconstruction and addition of some sidewalk ramps at Bay and Five Mile Line Roads over Route 104 to meet current ADA standards.

 

Construction will be scheduled to minimize delays. At least one lane of traffic in each direction on Route 104 will remain open at all times. Some long term lane closures are anticipated on the bridges over Route 250, Phillips Road, and Salt Road. Some weekend work is anticipated.

 

Construction activities will cease during the weekends of Memorial Day, the Webster Soccer Tournament (June 20 & 21), 4th of July and Labor Day. Lane closures will remain in place as needed.

 

PROJECT SUMMARY

 

Route 104 Bridge Deck Rehabilitation Project

Town of Webster, Monroe County

PIN 4104.53

January 6, 2015

 

SCHEDULE:  Our current schedule is to have all the design work completed by February 5, 2015. Construction should begin in the summer of 2015 and be completed by fall of 2016 (spanning two construction seasons).

 

COST:  The current construction estimate is $5 million.

 

PROJECT OBJECTIVES:

 

      Improve the riding surface

        Repair concrete fascia overhangs as needed

 Upgrade sidewalks to meet current ADA standards

 

PROPOSED WORK

 

BIN 1052080 Dewitt Road over 104 - replace 2 bridge joints; repair concrete fascia overhangs

 

BIN 1052090 Bay Road over 104 - replace 2 bridge joints; reconstruct sidewalk ramps

 

BINs 1052101 & 1052102,104 over Maple Drive – mill off asphalt overlay; repair deck as needed; diamond grind the deck to provide better, safer riding surface; replace 2 bridge joints

 

BINs 1052111 & 1052112,104 over Gravel Road - mill off asphalt overlay; repair deck as needed; diamond grind the deck to provide better, safer riding surface; replace 2 bridge joints

 

BIN 1052129 Five Mile Line Road over 104 - replace 2 bridge joints; reconstruct sidewalk ramps

 

BINs 1073451 & 1073452,104 over Hard Road - mill off asphalt overlay; repair deck as needed; diamond grind the deck to provide better, safer riding surface; replace 2 bridge joints

 

BINs 1073461 & 1073462,104 over Holt Road - mill off asphalt overlay; repair deck as needed; diamond grind the deck to provide better, safer riding surface; replace 2 bridge joints

 

BINs 1068801 & 1068802,104 over 250 – expose the top mat of rebar; overlay with concrete; make bridge jointless

 

BINs 1068811 & 1068812,104 over Phillips Road – expose the top mat of rebar; overlay with  concrete; make bridge jointless

 

BINs 1068821 & 1068822,104 over Salt Road – expose the top mat of rebar; overlay with concrete; make bridge jointless

 

MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC DURING CONSTRUCTION:  Construction will be scheduled to minimize delays, with at least one lane of traffic open in each direction. Mostly weekday work is anticipated on the mainline 104 bridges, with long term lane closures on the bridges over 250, Phillips and Salt Roads. The Dewitt Road, Bay Road and 5 Mile Line Road bridges may also be done during the week.


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Wayne County Sherriff's Office 2014 Report

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The Ontario Town Board proudly recognized Norman R. Loomis, M.D. at their business meeting January 12, 2015 for his 60 years of service to the town with the presentation of a resolution memorializing his work.  As of December 31, 2014 he left formal public service as Health Officer to the Town. 

 Dr. Loomis has been a resident of Ontario since 1954 and is a World War II veteran of the United States

Navy.  For 42 years he was the town physician, he also served as physician for the Ginna Nuclear Power Station, and school physician for the Wayne Central School District. Norm has been an active member of the Ontario Walworth Rotary since November 1978 and is also an honorary lifetime member of the Wayne Central School District PTA. 

“Doc Loomis” has diligently served the residents and officials of the Town of Ontario and the County of Wayne in a loyal and dedicated manner.






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WAYNE COUNTY 911 ACTIVITY REPORT
DECEMBER, 2014
EVENT TYPE SUMMARY
The Event Type Summary shows all incidents entered into the 911 CAD system grouped by primary recommendations.
Event                       DEC '14 YEAR TO DATE 2013 YTD
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Police Related Incident Types 
911 HANGUP 48 653 489
AIR TANK DETAIL 2 43 52
ALARM-BURG,INTRUSION,MOTION 159 2085 1883
ANIMAL COMPLAINT 64 1161 1150
ASSAULT 3 60 80
ASSIST TO CITIZEN 412 5503 5442
ASSIST TO OTHER DEPARTMENT 65 748 752
ASSIST TO MOTORIST 132 1058 848
BAD CHECK 3 50 51
BURGLARY 30 391 477
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 30 457 454
COURT DETAIL 33 397 351
COURT SECURITY 1 36 37
DELAYED MVA 10 151 149
DETAIL 121 1603 1637
DISTURBANCE 220 3196 3318
DRIVING WHILE INTOX 15 270 245
FAMILY COURT PAPER SERVICE 76 996 1252
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (FAM.TRBLE) 195 2144 2147
AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT 33 339 490
HARASSMENT 24 334 403
JUVENILE PROBLEM 23 512 500
LARCENY 131 1438 1490
MISSING PERSON 10 177 193
NOTIFICATION 92 1198 1111
ORDER OF PROTECTION SERVICE 36 567 517
OTHER (POLICE RELATED) 180 2491 2469
PROPERTY DAMAGE MVA 287 2714 2638
PROPERTY CHECK 1797 13990 11481
BEHAVIORAL DISORDER-PSYCH PROB 61 604 675
ROBBERY 2 20 29
SNOWMOBILE 5 24 15
SPECIAL INVESTIGATION 298 3424 3753
SUBPOENA OR SUMMONS SERVICE 62 669 637
SUSPICIOUS CONDITION 181 2749 2984
TRAFFIC STOP 2769 29018 23409
PRISONER/SUBJECT TRANSPORT 75 1141 1059
TRESPASS/PROWLER 25 392 427
VEHICLE OR TRAFFIC COMPLAINT 339 3629 3549
WARRANT ARREST 133 1386 1224
Police Incident Total 8182 87818 79867
Event                       DEC '14 YEAR TO DATE 2013 YTD
EMS Related Incident Types
ABDOMINAL PAIN-PROBLEM (1) 42 446 410
ALLERGIC REACTIONS-STINGS (2) 5 125 128
ANIMAL BITES- ATTACKS (3) 10 12
BACK PAIN (5) 15 164 124
BREATHING PROBLEMS (6) 137 1172 1172
BURNS-EXPLOSIONS (7) 1 13 9
CARDIAC OR RESP ARRREST-DTH (9) 7 83 80
CHEST PAIN (10) 67 753 827
CHOKING (11) 3 41 39
CONVULSIONS-SEIZURES (12) 25 303 283
DIABETIC PROBLEMS (13) 21 169 199
ELECTROCUTION-LIGHTNING (15) 2 1
EYE PROBLEMS-INJURIES (16) 99 14
FALLS (17) 102 1060 1106
HEADACHE (18) 8 86 84
HEART PROBLEMS-A.I.C.D. (19) 15 198 192
HEAT-COLD EXPOSURE (20) 2 32
HEMORRHAGE-LACERATION (21) 22 274 315
MATERNITY-CHILDBIRTH-MISCRIAGE (24) 5 65 98
SICK PERSON (26) 137 1523 1637
STROKE (CVA) (28) 24 219 246
TRAUMATIC INJURIES (30) 17 254 259
UNCONSCIOUS - FAINTING (31) 42 456 442
UNKNOWN PROBLEM (32) 2 15 37
TRANS-INTERFAC-PALLIATIVE CARE (33) 3 40
ALLERGIC REACTION 12 7
MEDICAL ALARM ACTIVATION 18 365 403
AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION 1 1
BURN 1 2
CARDIAC ARREST 1 6 4
CARDIAC PROBLEM 3 43 57
STROKE 11 13
DIABETIC RELATED PROBLEM 1 6 12
GENERAL ILLNESS 10 86 80
INJURY 5 126 129
MATERNITY 2 5
OTHER (EMS RELATED) 10 110 97
POISONING (OR ACC.OVERDOSE) 1 2
RESPIRATORY ARREST 0 4
RESPIRATORY DISTRESS 7 52 41
SEIZURE 1 14 18
STANDBY/FILL IN - EMS 49 408 223
TRANSPORT - MEDICAL 37 318 242
PERSON UNCONSCIOUS(BREATHING) 1 18 24
EMS Incident Total 840 9115 9150
Event                       DEC '14 YEAR TO DATE 2013 YTD
Fire Incident
FIRE/SMOKE ALARM ACTIVATION 38 673 622
BARN/STORAGE BLDG./GARAGE FIRE 13 19
CHIEF INVESTIGATION 7 195 178
CHIMNEY FIRE 5 34 27
COMMERICAL STRUCTURE FIRE 3 18 18
FLUSH JOB 2 1
FIRE POLICE REQUEST 0 0
ELECTRICAL FIRE 3 63 70
BRUSH/GRASS/WOODS FIRE 56 77
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT 1 5 2
HOUSE FIRE 5 83 86
INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE FIRE 2 2
MULTI-FAM./APT COMPLEX FIRE 10 16
OTHER (FIRE RELATED) 10 91 114
OTHER (RESCUE RELATED) 20 25
REKINDLE 4 5
RUBBISH - DUMPSTER FIRE 1 14 21
STANDBY/FILL IN - FIRE/RESCUE 4 45 49
TREE PROBLEM 4 108
MOBILE HOME FIRE 1 15 16
WATER PROBLEM 9 170 159
WIRES,UTILITY POLE,TRANSFORMER 8 219 251
Fire  Incident Total 99 1840 1758
Multi Agency Incident Types
ASSAULT-SEXUAL ASSAULT (4) 5 12
CO-INHALATION-HAZMAT (8) 2 3
DROWNING-DIVING-SCUBA ACCIDENT (14) 0 0
INACCESSIBLE-ENTRAPMENT (22) 1 1
OVERDOSE-POISONING (INGESTION) 23) 4 104 119
PSYC-ABN BEHAV-SUICIDE ATT (25) 4 49 42
GSW-PENETRATING TRAUMA (27) 3 3
TRAFFIC-TRANS ACCIDENTS (29) 2 1
AUTOMATIC CRASH NOTIFICATION (34) 0 0
CO DETECTOR ACTIVATION 15 149 118
BOAT ASSIST/COMPLAINT 93 92
BOMB THREAT 4 4
POSSIBLE DEATH 2 57 37
GUNSHOT WOUND OR STABBING 9 15
HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS 30 519 745
HYDRANT NOTIFICATION 4 38 38
OVERDOSE (ABUSE) 1 13 22
PEDESTRIAN STRUCK 4 34 35
PERSONAL INJURY MVA 50 550 594
ROAD CLOSURE 1 240 163
VEHICLE FIRE 2 67 50
WATER RESCUE 8 9
Multi Agency Incident Total 117 1947 2103
TOTAL 9238 100720 92878
Event                       DEC '14 YEAR TO DATE 2013 YTD
MISC CODES
INVALID CFS 19.00 338 250
NO INC CODE 0 0
   
Misc Total 19 338 250
GRAND TOTAL 9257 101058 93128

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Wayne County Government is required to perform programs and services by the State of New York.  There are many of these New York State Mandated programs and services paid for with local tax dollars.  Even though the Wayne County Tax Levy did not increase for 2015, the total cost of the Ten Top New York State Mandated Programs increased $297,071 in the 2015 Wayne County budget.  The cost of these Programs exceeded the amount of the Wayne County Tax Levy in both 2014 and 2015.  The ten most costly to Wayne County Taxpayers are:

New York State MANDATE Wayne County Cost 2015 Wayne County Cost 2014
     
Medicaid $14,230,000 $14,195,000
Retirement/Pensions 6,561,538 6,814,735
Community College Tuition Payments 4,500,000 4,500,000
Child Welfare Protection & Prevention 3,211,520 3,010,526
Special Education Pre-K 2,992,708 3,001,717
Public Assistance/Saftey Net 2,542,274 2,648,357
Indigent Defense 1,933,600 1,800,758
Probation 1,852,902 1,837,383
Youth Detention 1,063,950 811,087
Early Intervention 601,719 573,577
     
Total of Ten Most Costly Mandates $39,490,211 $39,193,140
2015 Wayne County Tax Levy $37,227,520 $37,227,520
 

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Wayne County Schools

Physical Activity Facilities for Community Use

 

 


Clyde -Savannah

Gananda

Lyons

Marion

Newark

North Rose Wolcott

Palmyra -Macedon

Red Creek

Sodus

Wayne Central

Williamson

Swimming Pool

Fee may apply

 

 

 

 

Community Walking

 

 

 

Fitness/Weight Room

Fee may apply

 

 

 

 

 

Outdoor Track

 

 

Outdoor Tennis Court

 

Outdoor Basketball Courts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Playground

 

 

Outdoor Driving Range

Fee may apply

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wayne County School Districts have a variety of facilities that are open to community residents.

Please contact your local school district to find out which buildings offer the above physical activity opportunities.

  

Developed by Kimberly Gardner Community Nutrition Educator for Cornell Cooperative Extension Creating Healthy Places

April 2013

Clyde Savannah Central School District 215 Glasgow Street Clyde NY 14433

315-902-3000 www.clydesavannah.org

Gananda Central School District 1500 Day Spring Road Walworth, NY 14568

315-986-3921 www.gananda.org

Lyons Central School District 10 Clyde Rd Lyons, NY 14489

315-946-2200 www.lyonscsd.org

Marion Central School District 4034 Warner Rd Marion NY 14505

315-926-4228 www.marioncs.org

Newark Central School District 701 Pierson Ave. Newark, NY 14513

315-332-3291 Newark.k12.ny.us

North Rose Wolcott Central School District 11631 Salter – Colvin Rd Wolcott, NY 14590

315-594-3100 www.nrwcs.org

Palmyra Macedon Central School District 151 Hyde Parkway Palmyra, NY 14522

315-597-3420 www.palmaccsd.org

Red Creek Central School District PO Box 190 South Street Red Creek, NY 13143

315-754-2040 www.rccsd.org 

Sodus Central School District PO Box 220 Sodus, NY 14551

315-483-5280 www.soduscsd.org

Wayne Central School District PO Box 155 6200 Ontario Center Rd Ontario Center14520

315-524-1000 www.wayne.k12.ny.us

Williamson Central School District PO Box 900 5891 Rt. 21 Williamson, NY 14589

315-589-9621 www.williamsoncentral.org


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The NYS Department of State, Division of Building Standards & Codes, completed an audit/program review of Ontario's code
enforcement program.  Ms. Deborah J. Babbit-Henry, Code Compliance Specialist for NYS presented her
report to the Town Board
at its regular meeting on November 10, 2014.

The Town Board has begun a thorough review of the oversight findings and is preparing a way forward to ensure quality code
enforcement for our community.


                           ~  John Smith, Town Supervisor ~


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LOOKING TO GET RID OF HOUSEHOLD TRASH & RECYCLING?

K&D Disposal offers residential garbage & recycling drop off in Ontario at the Highway Barns, 6449 Furnace Road.

Saturdays 8:00am - 12pm     ~     $0.10/LB

 

For all other debris (construction related, appliances, etc.), Alpco in Macedon is open 7 days a week.

846 Macedon Center Road Macedon, NY 14502

M-F 7am-5pm

S-S 9am-4pm

 

 

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Looking to recycle your old batteries?

Ontario Town Hall does not accept them.
All local Wegmans & Lowes locations take used household batteries.

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Town of Ontario Historical and Landmark Preservation Society

 

7147 Ontario Center Road, P.O. Box 462

Ontario, New York 14519 – 0462

Description: SOSgraphic_s

 “LOOK US UP “IN THE LOBBY @ THE TOWN HALL/PUBLIC LIBRARY

Be sure to “Look Up” at the Spinning Wheel, Yarn Winder & Quilt Display in the east corner/upper lobby and

at the metal Toy Allis-Chalmers’ Tractor/Wagon & the Old Style Baby Carriage on the beams.

A coverlet has joined the existing 2007 Town Bicentennial Quilt from

 the Ontario Quilter’s Society on the upper north lobby wall.

View the framed building photos at Heritage Square in the “Corridor Gallery” at the entry to the town hall meeting room.

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