Sinclairville brings on holiday cheer

SINCLAIRVILLE – Sinclairville is paving the way for winter parking just in time for Christmas in the Park and Hospice Street, which both take place in December.

Hospice Street will take place Dec. 6 at 5:30 p.m. Several communities take part in this event and all the trees are lighted at the same time in support for Hospice.

“We want a well-shaped tree this year,” Mayor Ken France said.

The tree will be placed on the bandstand and people can purchase Hospice bows for $5 to place on the Hospice Tree of Life in honor of lost loved ones.

Christmas in the Park will take place Dec. 14 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Commons.

Library Board Member Jeff Embury announced his plans for the Sinclairville Library. He requested donations and fund drives be held for the library.

“We truly have a gem we can be proud of,” Embury said about the library.

Embury was appointed to fill the trustee position until the March 18 election.

The ballots began Nov. 18 for the upcoming election.

When mentioning the water system, France said, “There are many other issues holding things up,” and, “We are moving forward with the project.”

Superintendent of Streets and Water Mike Livermore said, “The bridge project is looking good,” and he has been working on fixing the streetlights.

The village offices will be closed for Thanksgiving week and open again Dec. 3.

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