The large evergreen on the Roycroft Campus fronting Main Street near the former Aurora Town Hall is lit for Christmas, after all.

It was uncertain whether the tree, which the town always lit with white lights each December, would actually be twinkling this holiday season since town government relocated from the old town hall on the campus to the Southside Municipal Center at 300 Gleed Ave.

The Margaret L. Wendt Foundation – which owns the old town hall on the campus – and East Aurora village officials worked it out so the tree was strung with LED white lights. It will remain lit for the holiday season. Village public works officials took care of the task.

A major part of the roof work at the Main Street Library has been completed. Town officials last week authorized a $134,425 payment to Grove Roofing for the flat roof installed on the entire top of the library. About 80 percent of the work is complete, with the remainder likely having to wait until next spring, Aurora Supervisor Jolene M. Jeffe said.

Also this week:

• The East Aurora Village Board will have an informal discussion with a developer about a preliminary idea for the site of the former Thomas Drug Store on Main Street when it meets at 7 p.m. Monday in Village Hall, Main an Paine streets. The discussion will be part of the board’s business meeting.

• The Town Board is meeting in a work session at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Southside Municipal Center, 300 Gleed Ave.