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O’Falls Gets Ownership Of Village Church Clock

The Village of Oriskany Falls has been given ownership of the clock in the Methodist Church.

At the July meeting of the Village Board, it was reported that Attorney William Getman sent a letter to Upper New York Annual Conference to get ownership/access documentation to the village clock in the Methodist Church.

Mohawk District Upper New York Annual Conference has issued a letter stating the village has permission to access, maintain and improve the Village Clock.

Clerk/Treasurer Amber Bell will reach out to the two companies that provided quotes for doing work to have them quote the exact project.

Also at the meeting resident Marianne Witkowski expressed her gratitude to the Board for their approval of the Walk the Village program and authorizing the purchase of gift certificate to local business as prizes.

Witkowski asked about topsoil and seed in the area on Main Street where trees were removed, as well as plans for fixing up the gazebo wall.

She also asked about the legality of 4-wheelers and go-carts driving around village. The Board informed her it is illegal and should be reported to police.

Witkowski inquired about parking in the Village parking lot on Main Street. She stated cars park there for days.

Tobias Abrams was approved as a member of the Oriskany Falls Volunteer Fire Department.

The Village was waiting to hear back from the Oneida County Planning Department…


The full story is in this week's edition of the newspaper. 

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