FALCONER — A proposal to establish a metal processing and applied auto components facility in the village was met with extra pushback in the course of this week’s Village Board meeting.

In February, Rick Kress spoke to trustees in the course of a function session meeting on bringing a new small business to Falconer. He is hunting at getting a home at 20 Cross St. to coincide with acquiring about five acres of adjacent land at the moment owned by Falconer for metal processing.

A number of village residents expressed issues final month about added automobile targeted traffic and noise the small business may possibly bring to that aspect of the neighborhood.

Kress was not in attendance Monday, and his offer you to acquire village-owned land was not taken up by Village Board members in the course of the public portion of the meeting.

Mindy Zoghlin, a Rochester lawyer representing a group she named “Friends of Falconer,” emailed a seven-web page letter to all trustees and the village lawyer and was present Monday. She believes scrap metal recycling is not permitted in an industrial district, exactly where the facility is becoming eyed by Kress.

Zoghlin also noted that the facility is “not constant with the village’s Complete Strategy.”

In her letter, she states: “One of the comp plan’s guiding principles is to make streets comfy, secure, fascinating, and valuable for pedestrian travel, and to offer secure and effective travel for motorists without the need of compromising the security and comfort of bicyclists and pedestrians.”

Additional, she mentioned the sale and web page program critique would be topic to critique beneath New York’s “State Environmental High quality Evaluation Act.”

Zoghlin recommended the village-owned land on Cross Street would be much better suited for a dog park. The village is nevertheless in the course of action of locating a web page for a dog park following a program to spot one particular at Falconer Village Park was nixed.

Village Board members did not address Zoghlin’s comments in the course of the public comment portion of the meeting. Trustees did go into executive session at the finish of the meeting to talk about “village improvement proposal” even though at least one particular other project has been taken up not too long ago in Falconer.

In other Village Board small business:

¯ Trustees had been created conscious that quite a few juveniles had brought on harm to a safety camera and a structure at Falconer Village Park. The incident occurred the evening of Feb. 20, Presidents Day.

“Bored on a good day,” Carl Caprino, village DPW superintendent, mentioned of the youths. He added that the structure was broken from a fire that had been set underneath it.

Det. Kevin Pierce with the Ellicott Police Division told The Post-Journal that six juveniles have been charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief as a outcome of the vandalism incident. Police are attempting to find a seventh person who may perhaps have been involved.

The sixth juveniles had been petitioned to Family members Court.

¯ The 27th annual Village Spring Cleanup Day will take spot from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May perhaps six, rain or shine. Dumpsters will be situated at the village Highway Garage products that can’t be disposed of consist of electronic devices or tires of any sort, when refrigerators will have to be tagged that all Freon has been removed.

The occasion kicks off at 9 a.m. at the Falconer Fire Division. Village residents are asked to bring their personal rakes, brooms and gloves. Garbage bags will be offered, and lunch will be accessible for all workers.

¯ Falconer Public Library will host its escape space Friday to encourage middle and higher college students to stop by the young adult location at the facility. Further time slots had been added “as the response has been beyond what we anticipated,” Laurie Becker, library manager, mentioned in her report to trustees.

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