The Village of Newark would like to thank Eleanor Palermo for her 15 years of service as the Deputy Clerk/Treasurer. There will be an open house August 21, 2018 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Village of Newark’s third floor conference room, located at 100 East Miller Street, Newark, New York 14513 to give residents and friends an opportunity to express their appreciation for her dedication to the Village. Click here for information. Click here for picture.
The Macedon Public Library has partnered with Finger Lakes Community College to offer a series of technology training workshops each Wednesday evening through the month of September. Click here for more information.
Taste of Wayne County is held annually along the banks of the Erie Canal at the Port of Newark, and each year the booth collecting the most tickets wins a trophy. The Village of Newark and the Newark Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce that Mary Fitch, owner of Nana’s Village Restaurant and Catering, was crowned this year’s champion. Members of the Taste of Wayne County committee were on hand to present her with the winner’s trophy Friday night, August 3, 2018, prior to the start of the weekly Music on the Erie performance.
Chamber President, Jessica Wells, stated that, “Mary and the entire staff of Nana’s puts tremendous effort into Taste of Wayne County. We appreciate her efforts and congratulate them for being the Taste of Wayne County winner for the second year.”
Village of Newark Mayor, Jonathan Taylor added, “Congratulations to Nana’s and thank you to the over 1200 people who attended this year’s event to help decide who should be ‘The Taste of Wayne County’.”
Mary Fitch said that “her whole staff does a great job and they work well as a team, but this would not have been possible if it were not for the help of her daughter, Kayleigh.”
Nana’s, located at 212 North Main Street in the Village of Newark, will proudly display the trophy for the next year and is already looking forward to defending their title in 2019.
The Village of Newark is pleased to announce it will be receiving a $40,000 grant to defray the cost of three new police vehicles. The grant and a low interest loan awarded by USDA Rural Development allows the Village to purchase all three vehicles with a total initial expenditure of only $23,000. Funding such as this helps the Village to purchase new, energy-efficient vehicles without the need for a tax increase or use of reserve funds. The Village also purchased a Police Chief’s vehicle from Lyons, and earlier this spring, upgraded the department’s computers. Mayor Taylor said, “We are thrilled to be able to make significant improvements in our Police Department without impacting the budget. This grant, as well as our investment in new computers and a Chief’s vehicle, will greatly enhance our ability to ensure public safety.” Police Commissioner Stu Blodgett added, “Public safety has always been a priority of this administration. Providing our men and women with the best tools possible without burdening the residents is a win-win for everyone!”
Our LED pilot starts tonight. After dark, we would like you to take a look at some sample lighting and tell us what you think. Please consider the brightness and the look of the light itself but disregard the fixture that holds it. Which light would you like to see in a residential area? Two (4000 K) samples are located on West Miller Street, fairly close to South Main Street. Two other (3000 K) samples are located on Mason Street, close to West Miller Street. The lights are numbered 1, 2, 3, and 4 and are marked with orange tape. Check them out and let us know which light you feel we should use in the residential areas of our village. Please pick only one number out of the four! Thank you for your participation! Click here to vote!
This video was used as part of our presentation to the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council (FLREDC) for the $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative. Thank you to our most important presenters, OUR COMMUNITY!! Now we wait to see if they #CHOOSENEWARK!! Click here to view video!
Business Profile: Raspberry's Downtown Ice Cream
With the help of an Erie Canalway grant, the Village of Newark, Newark Central School District, and Mural Mania are working together to create additional murals along Newark's canal corridor. Students are working in a day camp setting over the summer to create this museum without walls. Click here for pictures!
With the intention of improving public safety and protecting first responders, Wayne County, in cooperation with the Village of Newark, will be locating transmitters on the rooftop of the Village Municipal Building at 100 East Miller Street. Click here for more information!
Dillon VanDemortel was recognized by Mayor Taylor and the Village Board for his outstanding athletic achievements. Click here for pictures!
Newark Pilots play in Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball All-star game and win! Allen Murphy of the Pilots also won the Home Run Derby! Click here for more information!
Treasures Along the Erie Community-wide Garage Sales: Newark will be having a Community-wide Garage Sale Day on Saturday, August 4th, 2018. On August 4th only, no garage sale permit is necessary so gather your goodies and prepare to have a garage sale at your home or mark your calendar so you can hunt for treasures. Businesses are also encouraged to hold sidewalk sales. Clyde, Lyons, and Savannah will also be having community-wide garage sales the same day. Treasure-hunters put your running shoes on!! A list of garage sales and sidewalk sales will be placed on the Village website and Facebook page the morning of Thursday, August 2nd. If you are a Village of Newark resident and would like to be included in the list, please call Robbin at (315)-331-4770, ext. 108 by noon on Wednesday, August 1st. There is no charge for listing. Click here for more information.
Take a survey for Wayne County regarding derelict properties by clicking here.
Business owners may be interested in these workshops conducted by Rochester SCORE.
Click here to see recent projects within the Village of Newark.