Following Monday's 5 p.m. scheduled public hearing at the West Seneca Senior Citizens Center about the town's planned $30 million sewer improvement project, the West Seneca Town Board will hold its regular bimonthly meeting.
A pair of public hearings are also scheduled to be held during the town board meeting, including one on the proposed repeal of a local law requiring a Certificate of Occupancy be issued for properties under the town's code governing Code Administration and Enforcement. The second hearing will be for a $3 million highway project for the reconstructions of Dover and Greenmeadow drives.
Several other items of interest are also to be considered on the evening's agenda, which can be located here: http://www.westseneca.net/index.php?q=node/565
Join T.J. Pignataro, the West Seneca reporter for The Buffalo News, who will report live from the senior citizens center starting at 7 p.m.