News and Events
2016 Movies in the Park
(Pre-movie entertainment 7:30pm - Movie time at dusk, approx. 9pm, Big Dawg Grilling and snacks available!)
July 8th - Featuring "Minions" with Jonathan Stills performing
July 22nd - Featuring "RIO" with Baker and Paulsen (good time music duet)
August 5th - Featuring "Alvin and the Chipmunks, Boyz in the Hood" with Community Band (starting at 7pm)
(Brought to you by: Mitchell Joseph (Farm and Country) Insurance, M & T, and Southern Hills Insurance Agency)
MONROE STREET GAS LINE WORK UPDATE
Monroe Street Residents: The Village has received a few phone calls regarding the National Fuel/Deery Construction project where new fuel lines were installed on Monroe Street.
I have been told by National Fuel that all comments or concerns should be directed to Mr. Brian Deery at (585-314-4576).
I am also sending another letter to both National Fuel and Deery Construction stating the need for better response to calls and inquiries.
Rick Milne, Mayor Honeoye Falls
May 18, 2016
Monroe Street Residents: I have been in continual contact with National Fuel and we are told that the construction company will be back on site to begin the finishing process on the gas line project this coming Monday (5-23-16). We will continue to monitor this project as we all want to see it completed and our sidewalks and yards repaired. (Rick Milne, Mayor-Honeoye Falls)
We spoke with the contractor that is installing the new gas line on Monroe Street about their work schedule, completion date, and restoration of all.
The installation and new services should be complete at the end of this week. They intend to have all the rocks removed and all trenches leveled out by the end of next week.
As for landscaping, sidewalk replacement, and pavement repairs – That will be the end of April. I understand this due to the weather at this time of year. All the sidewalks that have been removed will have temporary asphalt in place until they are ready to concrete.
If anyone has any concerns you can contact Donna at Deery Construction – Her number is 607-522-3861
The Village has been working hard to improve the management of the Village's urban forest. Last year, the Village received a grant to fund the completion of the inventory through NYS's Urban and Community Forestry Grant Program. The inventory will provide management information such as the number of Village trees, health and species of the trees, work needs and sites to plant street trees located on the Village street right-of-way and Village properties. This information will be used develop work plans and budgets.
The Village solicited proposals from urban forestry consulting firms to complete the inventory and a contract was awarded to Urban Forestry LLC of Palmyra New York (www.urbanforestryllc.com). The inventory work is expected to begin this week and must be completed by the end of June this year. You may see the urban foresters Andrew Pleninger and Chris Luley walking the streets and parks completing the work in the coming weeks. They will be wearing yellow safety vests, carrying handheld computers to collect the inventory data and tools of the trade. Please be aware they will not be able to answer questions of work scheduling, Village policy or evaluate trees on private property.
For more information or questions please contact; Village Administrator Greg Emerson at 624-3620