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Posted on Aug 15, 2022 by the Engineering DepartmentWe are currently cleaning lines at the Wastewater Treatment Plant for an upcoming project. Odor issues may result over the course of the next week or so.
Posted on Aug 11, 2022 by the Office of the SupervisorSupervisor Brian Kulpa and Assemblymember Karen McMahon announce a School Clothing and Supplies Drive to support local families. Needed items: - Backpacks (plain unisex colors large enough for K-12 use) - Marble composition notebooks - Hard pencil boxes - 3 prong folders in yellow, blue, red, green, and orange - Square post-it notes - Art sketchbooks - Thin markers, fine point sharpies, black dry erase markers, yellow highlighters - No. 2 pencils - Large glue sticks - Gently used clothes for school aged children size 3T and up - New underwear and socks for all sizes See attached flyer for information on when/when to donate
Posted on Aug 05, 2022 by the Engineering DepartmentThe Water Treatment Plant has been undergoing numerous updates throughout the facility. The current project may create some additional noise during the early morning and possible odors. The early morning start time is coordinated to take advantage of "Low Flow" conditions that will allow us to complete the project safely and have very little effect on the town residence. Beginning on Tuesday August 16th at approximately 2:30 AM, you may hear pumps running and continue to run throughout the day. The pumps are necessary to complete the project as well as dry weather conditions. If we don't have the correct conditions we will be forced to set another date unknown at this time. Your patience is appreciated as we try to move forward with very little disruption to our local neighbors. Thank you
Posted on Jul 12, 2022 by the Office of the SupervisorI hope that you all enjoyed a safe and joyous Fourth of July. I want to thank the Town’s Youth and Recreation Department and Erie County Wind Ensemble for presenting a wonderful concert to celebrate Independence Day. This was the kick off of wonderful events happening throughout the town this summer.
Posted on May 04, 2022 by the Highway DepartmentAmherst Highway Superintendent Patrick Lucey is announcing that the Town Highway Department scheduled 60 roads for paving in 2022 which equates to over 20 lane miles. This is an increase over past years that was made possible by increased New York State funding and the Amherst Town Board. Some of the roads to be paved are Andover, Birdsong Cir., Boundbrook Ct., Brian Ave., Britannia Dr., Dann, Emerald, Exeter, Ironwood, Jack, Knollwood, Laurel, Lemay Ct., Pinebrook, Quantico, Renaissance, Rollingwood, Teakwood. This is only a partial list of roads, external factors such as weather conditions and the rising cost of fuel and asphalt will determine how many roads can be completed.
Posted on May 02, 2022 by the Planning DepartmentEvery 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month the Buffalo Urban League will be available at Amherst Town Hall for free financial/housing counseling. Please call 250-2400 to make an appointment.
Posted on Feb 15, 2022 by the Planning DepartmentHousing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) is offering free virtual landlord training. If you are interested, please use this link to register for it. www.homeny.org/landlordtraining