HOMETOWN ¶ Two Years in the Life of a Small Town Grown Large

Another Day in the Life of a Small-Town Reporter

By Heather Elizabeth Peterson

The following articles are reprinted from the Gowanda Penny Saver News.


Published on May 1, 1989

The East Otto Town Board voted at its April 18 meeting to raise the dog license fee by one dollar as of June 1.

The board also voted to readvertise the old backhoe and broom. Bids will open at 9:00 p.m. on May 16.

The board decided to get more information on a copier, and it discussed the computerized data file of all parcels of property within the town.


Published on June 5, 1989

The Perrysburg village board discussed the duties of new Meter Operator David Royce at its June 13 meeting.

The board decided to purchase 12 meters to replace the ones presently out of order. More will be ordered for future needs when it is determined how many the village has in stock.

Due to the vacation of Village Clerk Rhonda Schoos, the next board meeting will take place on Tuesday, July 18.

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