Frances A. Bordonaro went home to be with the Lord on February 16, 2021. She was born in Batavia, New York on August 25, 1925 to the late Luco and Settima (DiPietro) Palmiero.
Fran was a graduate of Jackson School in Batavia. She married Sebastian Bordonaro on June 7, 1952 and they shared over 68 wonderful years together. Fran was a dedicated worker all of her life. She started her first job working at Oliver’s Candy Company in Batavia and was owner/operator of Fran’s Sub Shop in Williamsville for 15 years. Most recently, she worked at Cipollina Restaurant..
She is survived by her loving husband of over 68 years Sebastian (Yano) Bordonaro. Fran is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. She is predeceased by two brothers, Thomas Palmiero and Nicolas Palmiero and a sister, Mary Amoroso.
She will be laid to rest at St Teresa’s Cemetery. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at a future date.
Arrangements made by Ross Funeral Home, Akron
NYS defines comorbidities that qualify New Yorkers to receive COVID-19 vaccine
ECDOH will prioritize at-risk patients and distribute next week’s allotment for eligible individuals with comorbidities to hospitals
ERIE COUNTY, NY – New York State (NYS) announced that beginning February 15, NYS residents with certain comorbidities and underlying medical condition would be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
NYS will provide the Erie County Department of Health (ECDOH) with a limited weekly allocation of COVID-19 vaccine to administer to county residents who qualify for a COVID-19 vaccine based on having one of those qualifying medical conditions.
Continue reading “ERIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH OUTLINES PLAN TO VACCINATE RESIDENTS WITH CERTAIN MEDICAL CONDITIONS”
Like the rest of the nation, the people of Erie County have suffered devastating effects from the COVID-19 pandemic. We have lost hundreds of lives, and our way of life has been impacted in negative ways that we could not have predicted in early 2020. While we are encouraged by the newly approved vaccines, we pause to mourn with those who have lost loved ones, and to applaud the commitment of front-line healthcare workers and other essential worker heroes.
Continue reading “LIVE WELL ERIE ENCOURAGES COMMUNITY: UNITE TO GET VACCINATED”
The Board entered executive session at 7:00pm to discuss 3 contractual items on a motion from Councilman Jendrowski, seconded by Councilman Dugan. Carried Unanimously
Continue reading “Newstead Town Board Meeting- February 8, 2021”
The Board exited executive session on a motion by Councilwoman Pope, seconded by Councilman Burke at 7:13pm, having taken no action. Carried Unanimously
A regular meeting was called to order by the Newstead Town Board on Monday, February 8, 2021 at 7:38pm at the Newstead Town Hall.
(Washington, D.C.) – Congressman Chris Jacobs (NY-27) is releasing the following statement after voting to remove Rep. Greene (R-GA-14) from her committee assignments.
“I am very troubled by a number of Rep. Greene’s statements and assertions. As someone who has spent over 25 years fighting for children and increased educational opportunity, I was particularly shocked by the video of Rep. Greene harassing a survivor of the Parkland school shooting. I believe her actions, whether out of extreme callousness or ignorance, disqualify her from serving on the House committee overseeing education policy.
“Some will say this action is unfair as other members have made outrageous and offensive statements and have not faced similar consequences. That is very true. It is my hope that starting today, we will hold all members to the same high standard of civility and decency. I believe it will dramatically improve the impact this Congress will have on the betterment of this nation.