Evans mapping error corrected
Saturday June 28, 2014 | By:Brian Campbell | News
EVANS — The Evans town board corrected a mapping error by rezoning a 2.5-acre piece of property located at 9438 Lake Shore Road in Angola. The board did so by adopting Local Law No. 2 of the year 2014.
The new law was adopted following a public hearing at the town’s June 18 board meeting.
The error, initially brought to the attention of the town board by Planning Director Sandra Brant, corrects the zoning of a lake-side portion of the parcel, incorrectly zoned as Residential District Two, to Multifamily Residential District three, to better conform to its intended use.
It was determined that the error was through no fault of the property owners, Wayne and Cheryl Kerling, who will incur no expense, as a result. That law takes effect immediately.
In other board news:
– The closing of Kennedy Avenue and Eisenhower Road from Lake Shore Road to Quebec Street on July 3 for the annual firework display at Lake Erie Beach was authorized. In case of rain, the firework show will take place on July 4.
– The town entered into a contract with Jamco Dog Boarding and Training Center for sheltering and care of dogs seized by the town. The contract runs through June 30, 2016.
– Chief of Police Ernest Masullo was appointed as Records Access Officer for the Evans Police Department.
– The following appointments were made: Ian Widmer-Wick, supervisor; Joe Violanti, assistant supervisor; Marguerite O’Connor, captain; James Murphy, Travis Wright, captain; Lauren Jakiel, assistant captain; Austin Smith, Dylan Leverenz, assistant captain; Madison Frew, Kelly Gramp, Sarah Jakiel, Marielle Zanolli, Emily Ignaczak, guard; Alex Headley, Jenna Mackey, Kadie McGough, Mitchell Considine, Jenell Gerow, Evan Kifner, Alexis Addison, Tess Conley, Tim Jakiel, Chris Jakiel, Noah Michalec, Marissa Kordal, Olivia Bruce, guard.
The next Evans Town Board meeting will take place on July 16 at 7 p.m.
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