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r a > . Page 4 - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N.Y„ August 22,1990 Parking changes OK’d By JENNA MILLS PENN YAN — Members of the Penn Yan Village Board approved some changes in village parking at their regular meeting on Mon­ day, Aug. 20. Police Chief Raymond Stewart made the request that the board amend and change some parking areas within the villagey One area, in front of 217 East Elm St., is now a “no parking area, and the owners would like it to be a parking zone, Stewart said. The board obliged. Yet another area on upper Main Street was changed from a park­ ing area to a “no parking” zone because parking on the west side of the street between the Junior High and Court Street makes that section a one-way street a t times, Stewart explained. The final parking-related item presented by Stewart came by re­ quest of Rainbow Junction Child Care Center, but was not granted, due to the potential danger it could cause for motorists. The center requested that parking be allowed on Clinton Street by the Episcopal Church for 10 minutes between 9 and 11 a.m. Neither Chief Stewart nor the board members believed this would be a safe option. In other traffic matters brought up, it was mentioned that the vil­ lage would have to buy new speed limit signs because the ones in place now do not say “Village Speed Limit 30”, rather they just ShERiFF say “Speed Limit 30”. A state law requires that the signs have the word “village” on them. O ther board business invol­ ved a variety of requests and an­ nouncements. The United Way of Northern Yates County was granted a re­ quest to place a banner on Main Street for the dates of Sept. 25 through Nov. 26. A bid for the 15-year-old Department of Public Works truck was accepted in the amount of $386.75. Another bid was rejected, that for 1.7 acres on Sherman Street, because the only bid was well under what the property was worth, it was explained. The Keuka Lake Association re- A two-car accident resulted when when sheets of steel roofing blew out of a pick-up truck on Aug. 19 shortly after noon. The incident occnirred on State . Route 14, a quarter of a mile from Nutt Road. Both cars, one driven by Molly Vanhouton, SO, of Nutt Ro.ad, and the other, by Terry Jackson, 38, of Lakemont, were northbound, the sheriffs department report. The roofing blew out of the Van­ houton truck and hit the Jackson windshield, breaking it. John Jackson, a passenger, was taken to Soldiers and Sailors Hospital to be treated for facial cuts, while Terry Jacksoo was treated at the scene by the Penn Yan Volunteer Ambulance Corps. No tickets were issued and no other iqjuries were reported, according to the sheriffs department. The Dresden Fire Department assisted at the scene. Sherie McDonough, 19, of 4547 Hall Road. Canandaigua, was arrestedAug. 17, for obstructing governmental ad- Siwak takes civil school CANANDAIGUA — The New York State Sheriffs’ Association has completed its seventh “Refresher” Civil School for deputy sheriffs involved in the civil bureaus of sheriffs offices. Twen^-nine deputies from across the state attended the two- day program held a t the Sheraton Inn at Canandaigua. Among them was Sandra Siwak of the Yates County Sheriff’s Department. 'Th refresher course is a follow­ up for deputies who have previously attended a “basic” civil school. The school, sponsored by the Sheriff’s Association, is the only available statewide training program offered to the civil deputies. Chief Deputy Patrick Flynn of Erie CoUnty presented certificates of graduation to the students. Sandra Siwak of the Yates County Sheriff’s Department receives a certificate of graduation from Chief Deputy Patrick Flynn, following her completion of the New York State Sheriffs’ Association’s 7th Refresher Civil School for deputy sheriffs. New major Continued from page 1 perience is similar to Project Ad­ venture and Outward Bound, and is utilized within the new major. The challenge ropes experience helps participants build self-con­ fidence, explore team interactions and develop leadership skills. Dr. George Alley, CHA, is directing Keuka's new program (See related story). He formerly directed similar programs at Bos­ ton University and Rochester In­ stitute of Ttechnology. According to the American Hotel Association and the Na­ tional Restaurant Association, there will be a continual need for managerial personnel beyond the year 2,000 at the rate of more than 40,000 per year. Coupled with the projected growth in domestic and international tourism which will increase demands for specialty markets in the hotel and resort industry, the future for a career in food, hotel and resort management is excel­ lent, college officials concluded. Use The Classifieds B A C K T O S C H O O L ^ V 7\ JEANS for • Petites I ^ j \ J • Juniors • Misses Sportswear Suspended Overalls Walking Shorts ^ l | o p 112 Main SL, Penn Yan 14527 • 315-536-9222 Open Mon-Sat 9-5; Fri. eve 'til 6 Convenient Layaway Plan ~ Complimentary Gift Wrap 1/isit \Slttic Treasures\ ABOVE THE VILLAGE SHOP for fantastic values on quality ladies clothing ___ Tuesday-Saturday 10-5 ___________ ministration and resisting arrest, after sheriff’s deputies were called to inves­ tigate a party to progress on Main Street in Rushville. The property owner complained that underage youths were consuming acohol there, it was reported. As sheriff’s deputies investigated, Mc­ Donough became verbally abusive to deputies, and was placed under arrest, but refitsed to comply, and was physi­ cally removed, it was reported. The in­ cident is still under investigatioo. John Devoll, 19. 877 Route 364, was arrested for aggravated unlicensed operation, second degree, alter sberif- Ts deputies observed two A'TVs and a dirt bike being operated on the high­ way Aug. 17. Devoll was committed to the Yates County Jail in lieu of $250 cash bail or $500 bond. Party to honor Wes Ryder PENN YAN — A retirement party honoring Wes Ryder has been planned for Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Lakeside Country Club in Penn Yan beginning a t 3 p.m. Ryder, the former utilities manager for the Penn Yan Municipal Utilities Board, has been employed by the Village of Penn Yan since 1952. He retired on June 16. In addition to the numerous positions he’s held with the vil­ lage over the past 38 years, Ryder is also a past president of the New York State Municipal Electric Utilities As­ sociation. Dignitaries from across the state are slated to speak a t the banquet. Tickets for the banquet are available at either the Village or Municipal offices. Maiden Lane, Penn Yan. Tickets are $15 per person. N filiC rS SPORTSWEfiR : ' r B a c k t o S c h o o l Quality Brand Sport Clothing - Discount Prices!! 2887A E. Sherman Hollow Road • 315-536-8092 ________ Wednesday thru Saturday 9 am • 4 pm FULL LINE OF FABRIC REASONABLE RATES 20% OFF oil Drapery Material DAVID’S UPHOLSTERY SHOP 4072 Rte. 14A. Penn Yan, NY 14527 1 /2 mHe South o f T h e WlrKlmUr Foffn Market 607-243-8568 LAKE COUNTRY NURSERY & LANDSCAPING Complete Nursery and Landscape Needs and Greenhouse Check With US For Our LOW,LOW Prices Before YOU Plont Your Trees and Shrubs 1 mile west of Gorham on County Rd. #18, Stanley 716-526-5022 Barb ar^d Ray Gysei, Owners 536-2613 107 Elm SI. / . Penn Yan, NY y ' » ^ Open: Tues.- Sat. Country Charm would like to welcome the newest member o f Its staff— KARIN POm. As a g e t acquainted special, she will b e doing “Back To Scho^“ Haircuts at 1/2 Price from Thurs. Aug. 16 thru Saturday. Sept. I Call 536-2613. Can Chiropractic Treatment Help You? Chiropractic has been successful in many cases where other health-care methods have failed. No healing art has all the answers to the many problems of disease and disability. However, chiropractic has been successful in many cases where medical treatment has failed. That’s why the use of chiropractic is grow­ ing. Chiropractic is now the second largest health-care profession in America, Chiropractic does not utilize potentially dangerous tlrugs or siugery, GET ALL THE FACTS FREE • STOP IN, PHONE OR WRITE FOR THIS COLORFUL 8-PAQE HEALTH INFORMATION BOOKLET. This Advertising S upplement is Presented by America's Doctors ol Chiropractic. NICHOLAS LOAN, D.C. 355 Elm Street Penn Yan, NY 14527 315-536-8124 1 quested that Mayor Robert “Kayo” Hull sign a law that would allow boats to be moored on Keuka Lake within the village water limits. It was noted that a similar law was signed by the governor. Mayor Hull referred the matter to the Planning Board for more study. On Thursday, Aug. 23 at 7:30 p.m. several municipalities will meet in the village offices to sign the Keuka Lake compact. It also was announced that the water from Keuka Lake was Judged the best in Western New York recently. The village beaches an­ nounced a closing date for the day before Labor Day. If their are closings before then, they will be announced on the radio. The parks themselves will close some- time in October. Also pertaining to the parks. Red Jacket Park will be regraded soon to help solve the dangers to swimmers because of the erosion of the shoreline. It also was noted that the Parks and Recreation playground pro­ gram was a big success again this summer — finishing the season with a memorable trip to Sea Breeze in Rochester. It also was announced that Oct. 1-7 will be Keuka College Centen­ nial Week in honor of the college and its efforts and achievements for the betterment of the area. The village Planning Board an­ nounced its next meeting for Sept. 5 a t 4 p.m. and the village Board will not be meeting again until Sept. 17. There will be no meeting the first Monday of September, due to the Labor Day holiday. t h e f i f t h b a b e I Antiques - Early American Craft, h Unique Old World Christmas Imp^ .1... 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Within WYLF’s primary coverage are the communities of Bath, Canandaigua, Dundee, East Bloomfield, Geneva, Hammondsport, Naples, Penn Yan, Seneca Falls, Victor, Wa­ terloo and Watkins Glen. ________ _

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