Free web-based presentations will focus screening and awareness for breast, cervical and colorectal cancers
ERIE COUNTY, NY— The Erie County Department of Health (ECDOH) and its Cancer Services Program will present three cancer prevention webinars. Each 40-minute presentation will have a specific focus, starting with breast cancer on August 31, followed by colorectal cancer on September 28 and cervical cancer on January 10, 2021.“We can’t let the current focus on COVID-19 distract us from being proactive about recommended cancer screenings,” said Commissioner of Health Dr. Gale Burstein. “These webinars will provide useful information to make decisions about your health.”“The virtual meeting platform offers a unique and engaging way to educate our community,” added Michelle Wysocki, Cancer Services Program director. “Our traditional outreach events like health fairs and community activities are closed to us for the moment, so we are being creative in reaching Erie County residents with this important information.”The webinars have been designed with the knowledge that the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many traditional approaches to cancer prevention outreach. Each webinar will be recorded and available online for future viewing.Attendees will have their names entered into a drawing for a grocery store gift card. To register, email email@example.com at least one day prior to the scheduled event. Participants will need to provide their email for the link to sign in, and will also need the Zoom app installed on their computer or smartphone in order to see the event.WHAT: ECDOH Cancer Services Program webinars WHEN: – Breast Cancer Awareness: Monday, August 31 at 6 p.m. – Colorectal Cancer Awareness: Monday, September 28 at 6 p.m. – Cervical Cancer Awareness: Monday, January 10, 2021 at 6 p.m. WHERE: Zoom presentation; register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call (716) 858-2913#
Perry’s Ice Cream becomes the official ice cream partner of the Cleveland Indians through 2023
Cleveland, OH – The Cleveland Indians announced today a new partnership with Perry’s Ice Cream Company, Inc., a Great Lakes regional brand and Upstate New York’s #1 ice cream choice. The new partnership is a four-year deal through 2023 and will bring a sweet dessert to the Cleveland Indians partner lineup.
The Board entered executive session at 6:30pm to discuss personnel on a motion from Councilman Burke, seconded by Councilman Dugan. Carried The Board exited executive session on a motion by Councilman Dugan, seconded by Councilman Jendrowski at 6:45pm, having taken no action. Carried
A public hearing was called to order by the Newstead Town Board on Monday, July 13, 2020 at 7:11pm at the Newstead Town Hall. Present: David Cummings- Supervisor Edmund Burke- Councilman John Jendrowski- Councilman Joseph Dugan- Councilman Brendan Neill- Town Attorney Emily Janicz- Assistant Town Attorney Michael Bassanello- Highway Superintendent Scott Rybarczyk- Town Engineer David Miller, Code Enforcement Officer Christine Falkowski, Acting Town Clerk Roll Call was taken with all board members present. The Supervisor called to order the public hearing on the proposed site plan for construction of four new storage buildings to be located at 11167 Main Rd owned by Kelly Schultz.
The Clerk read proof of publication. The Supervisor explained this project has been reviewed and recommended by the Planning Board. The project is a SEQR Type II action without coordinated review. Erie County Planning was notified of this action as required under section 239-m of the General Municipal Law and replied that they have no recommendation. Comments: Councilman Burke had some questions about the EAF Form, which were answered by Code Enforcement Officer Miller. There being no further comments, a motion was made by Councilman Dugan, seconded by Councilman Jendrowski to close the public hearing at 7:16pm. Carried The Supervisor called to order the public hearing on the proposed Local Law #1 of 2020 amending the Parking Restrictions Law of the Town at 7:16pm. The Clerk read proof of publication. The Supervisor explained the amendments are specifically to address parking restrictions at all bike path road crossings in the Town for safety reasons. Comments: None. There being no further comments, a motion was made by Councilman Dugan, seconded by Councilman Jendrowski to close the public hearing at 7:20pm. Carried The Supervisor called to order the public hearing on the proposed six-lot major subdivision with public improvement on Havens Road by CMK Builders of Alden at 7:20pm. The Clerk read proof of publication. The Supervisor explained this application has been reviewed and recommended for approval by the Planning Board. It is an Unlisted action under SEQR with a Coordinated Review being conducted for which we have received various County & State agency comments. Wendel reviewed the drainage plan and recommended approval with the comment that approval is for subdivision of the lots. Erie County Health Department will limit development of these lots due to the need for onsite septic. Coordination with ECHD shall be completed by the developer before any construction begins. Comments: None. There being no further comments, a motion was made by Councilman Dugan, seconded by Councilman Jendrowski to close the public hearing at 7:27pm. Carried Newstead Town Board Meeting- July 13, 2020