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Swim passes to go on sale at the Town of Tonawanda Youth, Parks, Recreation

TONAWANDA - Dan Crangle, councilman and chairman of the Town of Tonawanda Youth, Parks and Recreation Committee, announced the swim passes for the six Town of Tonawanda pools will go on sale at noon on Monday, June 17, with all pools opening at noon on Thursday, June 20.

Proof of residency and age with a copy of the birth certificate, report card or license will be required at the time of purchase.

The cost of youth passes for children ages 4 to 17 years of age are $20 for residents and $39 for non-residents. Lesson passes for two days per week are $20 for residents and $39 for non-residents.

Contact your local pool for more information.
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2013-06-17 | 18:11:40
DOCKS late for paying customers under contract whi
The FIRST BUFFALO RIVER MARINA and now this ADDED CAZINOVIA BOATIN CENTER...the docks are a year late as of last year and now this year over a month late for the PRIVATE dock owners. These democrats and the RINO GRISANTI dont give a darn about the dock owners ...they now have made this area open to the public. Get rid of the gate ...get rid of the four of them by following the money back to YOUR tax dollars. MORE PORK when there is no work but it is an election year for BYRON AND its a cover for them all signing the safe act against the NY resident. And the lawsuit to shut down the Pistol permit records should NEVER have been printed and if the above politicians had CARED about the constitution neither the safe act would have been ILLEGALLY voted in and listing SELECTED names endangering the lives of NY LAW ABIDING citizens would not have either.
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