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2017-11-09 / Editorial

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West Seneca Editor

PARKING BAN— In preparation for the impending snow, West Seneca’s parking ban will begin Wednesday.

According to the Highway Department website, the Town of West Seneca’s parking ordinance prohibits parking on any roadway within the town between the hours of 1 and 7 a.m. from Nov. 15 to March 15.

Violators are subject to a parking ticket with a fine of $15, or $30 if not paid within 10 days. Repeat offenses and or emergency situations may result in the towing of a vehicle. If any emergency exists where a vehicle is parked on the street cannot be removed, call 674-2280 for more information.

The town is not responsible for damage caused by town equipment to any vehicles parked within the road right of way, including all driveways and parking areas.

More information on the town’s winter policies can be found at www.WestSeneca.net or by calling 674-4850.

PINK WITH PRIDE — Former West Seneca West varsity football coach Joe Cantafio helped raise $24,541 for breast cancer research as a Western New York ACS Real Men Wear Pink candidate. In the fundraising challenge, Cantafio finished as the top fundraiser in New York State and 11th in the nation.

MAIL DELIVERY — Bee readers should know that in observance of Veterans Day, all U.S. Post Offices will be closed, and there will be no residential or business deliveries on Saturday, Nov. 11.

All operations, including United State Postal Service retail outlets, will have normal business hours on Friday, Nov. 10. For more information, visit www.usps.com.

LOOKING FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS — If you have an interest in taking photographs of news or sports events for one of our nine papers, we’re looking for you. Experience is preferred.

All interested parties should email five to six samples of items The Bee would run, such as school concerts and events, community forums, business openings and athletics, to dsher man@beenews.com.

All applicants should have a digital SLR camera.

NEWSSTAND LOCATIONS — People sometimes ask me where they can pick up the latest edition of The West Seneca Bee. If you happened to be reading this, you probably found a location or you own a subscription to the newspaper. Either way, here’s the most updated list of places to grab a copy:

1) 7-Eleven, 537 Potter Road

2) Mobil Mart, 2893 Seneca St.

3) Wegmans, 370 Orchard Park Road

4) Keyfood Market, 1470 Orchard Park Road

5) 7-Eleven, 1100 Southwestern Blvd.

6) 7-Eleven, 4075 Seneca St.

7) Ebenezer Stop & Shop, 1850 Union Road

8) Sunoco Unimart, 3502 Clinton St.

9) French Lea Food Mart, 10 French Lea Road

If you’re interested in having The Bee delivered to your door each week by the U.S. Postal Service, and saving money in the process, call 632-4700 for more information.

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