Horrigan to visit Aunt Millie’s on July 28
MAYVILLE – In an effort to open up additional channels of communication, Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan is prepared to visit several coffee shops and restaurants around the County as part of his Neighborhood Chats.
The Neighborhood Chats create an informal setting where residents and visitors can sit down with the county executive and voice their concerns, raise issues they feel need to be addressed and have their questions answered.
Horrigan’s next round of Neighborhood Chats will be held on:
- July 23 at 8:15 a.m. at the Bemus Point Inn, 4958 Main St. in Bemus Point;
- July 28 at 8:15 a.m. at Aunt Millie’s, Routes 5 and 20 in Irving; and
- July 31 at 8:15 a.m. at Dinner Bell, 15 Center St. in Frewsburg.
“I look forward to meeting with my constituents to discuss and understand their concerns as we talk about the future of Chautauqua County,” said Horrigan. “I encourage area residents and visitors to stop by Aunt Millie’s, the Bemus Point Inn, and Dinner Bell to talk with me.”
Plans are in place to have Horrigan travel to over a dozen locations across the county and he has already visited restaurants in Cassadaga and Sinclairville. Details about additional Neighborhood Chats will be released prior to his visit.
Restaurant owners who are interested in having the County Executive visit can contact the County Executive’s Office at 753-4211.