The Town Board has an ambitious day planned Monday with a 3 p.m. work session to be followed by the town’s regularly scheduled 7 p.m. board meeting at West Seneca Town Hall, 1250 Union Road.
Included on the evening’s agenda will be the appointment of a part-time recreation director as well as the awarding of a bid for work at the West Seneca library and a pair of local laws, one governing storm water management and the other involving regulating peddling in town.
Details about the proposed hiring of a new recreation director were not available on the Town Board agenda.
S&T Enterprises Inc. of Angola is expected to get the $16,500 contract to repair and replace sidewalks as part of a concrete project at the library, which will be funded through a grant and budgetary appropriations.
The section of the town code dealing with “maintenance, inspection and repair of storm water facilities” in town is being modified or recast to assure inspection requirements for storm water discharges from construction projects comply with the state Department of Environmental Conservation permits and that, where applicable, engineering reports are furnished to the town.
The law governing peddling and soliciting would be modified by the town to cover “services” as well as goods, wares or merchandise and would also prohibit anyone from engaging in operating “a transient retail business” along with soliciting or peddling within West Seneca without a license.
Also this week:
• West Senior High’s musical “All Shook Up!” runs from Wednesday through Saturday at 7 p.m. in the high school’s auditorium, 3330 Seneca St. Tickets are $10. There is also a bargain 1 p.m. Saturday matinee scheduled for $7.
• A new exhibit, “Traditional Seneca Lifeways” will open this week at the Charles E. Burchfield Nature & Art Center, 2001 Union Road. The show, by local visual artist Brendalee Piccione, will begin Wednesday and run through March 3 with a public opening reception at 2 p.m. next Sunday. The Burchfield’s current exhibit, Historic Gardenville, ends today. The center is open today from 1-4 p.m.