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Request Made To Improve Signage, Safety In Village

The Village of West Winfield Board met Monday night to discuss new business.


The Board approved a resolution authorizing the payment of bills. The Board approved a resolution accepting the previous meeting minutes.


A member of the public met with the Board to discuss safety issues she's experienced for blind and visually impaired people in the Village. A lack of contrasting signage and warning lights for drivers are a few of the issues raised to the Board.


The resident asked the Board what next steps she could take to start installing safety features at roads and crosswalks for the disabled. Mayor Sandy Smith said the State makes decisions on Main Street and encouraged the resident to contact New York State about updating the signage and street paint around the Village.


Smith said the Village would contact State DOT to see if there were any steps the Village could take.


Another resident met with the Board to discuss Summer Activities projects. Two options were presented: a trip to Glimmerglass and a trip to the Zoo around mid-July. The Board approved a resolution authorizing payments for the Glimmerglass and Zoo trips.


The Board approved a resolution to pay for the…



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