Voters in Pittsford will be asked to vote by Australian ballot at the Pittsford Town Offices on Tuesday, March 5, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., whether to approve a $400,000 bond for the removal, replacement, and installation of a new water main along Bridge #108, which crosses Furnace Brook under Route 7.
I fail to comprehend how Dave Atherton’s candidacy for the Brandon Selectboard is not a direct conflict of interest with his position as Town Manager of our neighboring town, Pittsford.
Keith’s Country Store, an institution in Pittsford, changed hands last July 1st so seamlessly that it was hard to notice.
The Pittsford Selectboard convened on Wednesday, January 24 for its bi-monthly meeting.
Louis Gaudreau has climbed the 48 tallest peaks in New Hampshire. Not bad for a 67-year-old. But his physical regiment has a purpose beyond the thrill of adventure: he’s keeping himself in shape in order to remain eligible to receive a donated kidney.
The Pittsford Selectboard convened for its regular meeting on Wednesday, January 3.
He is the Pastor at Our Lady of Good Help (St. Mary’s) in Brandon and St. Alphonsus in Pittsford.
The Pittsford Selectboard convened for its regular meeting on Wednesday, December 6. Board Chair Alicia Malay was not present. The meeting was run by Vice-chair David Mills.
For the past several years, it’s been impossible to travel anywhere in the Pittsford area without seeing the face of Harper Rose Briar on pink lawn signs demanding “justice” for her death.
On November 17th, Pittsford children were treated to storytelling from Duncan McDougall and to brand-new books through a Children’s Literacy Foundation Rural Libraries grant awarded to Maclure Library.