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2017-11-23 / Legal Notices

Public Notice

— LEGAL NOTICE —

Notice of Formation of JEFFREY
RAMSEY RENOVATIONS LLC, Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on
11/08/17. Office Location: Erie County. Principle office of LLC: 453 Girard
Ave., E. Aurora NY 14052. SSNY
designated as agent of LLC upon
whom process against it may be
served. SSNY shall mail process to
the LLC at the address of its principal
office. Purpose: Any lawful activity.
Nov. 23, 30; Dec. 7, 14, 21, 28

— LEGAL NOTICE —

Notice of Formation of JEFFREY
RAMSEY REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS LLC, Articles of Organization
filed with Secretary of State of New
York (SSNY) on 11/08/17. Office Location: Erie County. Principle office of
LLC: 453 Girard Ave., E. Aurora NY
14052. SSNY designated as agent of
LLC upon whom process against it
may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC at the address of its
principal office. Purpose: Any lawful
activity.
Nov. 23, 30; Dec. 7, 14, 21, 28

PLAYIN IT SAFE SERVICES, LLC
has been formed as a limited liability
company (LLC) by filing a certificate
with the NY Secretary of State
(NYSS) on 10/26/17. Office located in
Erie County. NYSS designated as
agent upon whom process against
LLC may be served. NYSS shall mail
process c/o the Company, PO Box
182, East Aurora, NY 14052. Purpose
of LLC is to engage in any lawful
purpose.
Nov. 16, 23, 30; Dec. 7, 14, 21

— LEGAL NOTICE —

NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL
DISTRICT MEETING AND VOTE
IROQUOIS CENTRAL
SCHOOL DISTRICT
ERIE AND WYOMING COUNTIES,
NEW YORK
The Board of Education of the
Iroquois Central School District, Erie
and Wyoming Counties, New York
(the “District”) HEREBY GIVES NOTICE that a special meeting and vote
of the qualified voters of the District
(the “Special Meeting and Vote”) will
be held on Wednesday, January 10,
2018 in the gymnasium at the Iroquois
Central Intermediate/Middle School,
at 2111 Girdle Road, Elma, New York,
at 7:30 a.m., local time, for the purpose of voting (by electronic scan
voting machines) upon the propositions hereinafter set forth. Polls for the
purpose of voting will be kept open
between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and
9:00 p.m., local time, on that day. In
the event that the District’s schools
are closed on January 10, 2018 due

to emergency or inclement weather
(or for any other reason), the date of
the Special Meeting and Vote will be
changed, without further notice, to the
date on which the District’s schools
are next open.
PROPOSITION NO. 1
SYNTHETIC TURF MULTI-SPORT
FIELD AND TRACK FACILITY
Shall the following resolutions be
adopted, to-wit:
RESOLVED, that the Board of Education (the “Board”) of the Iroquois
Central School District, Erie and
Wyoming Counties, New York (the
“District”), is hereby authorized, with
the understanding that a sufficient
level of private donations/written commitments must be received by the
District by the stated deadline, as
discussed below, to undertake the
first component of a proposed
two-part athletic facilities improvements project, consisting of modest
necessary improvements and upgrades to the District’s Intermediate/ Middle School and High School
buildings and (primarily) the development of a new synthetic turf multi sport playing field and track facility
(with bleachers, scoreboard,
drainage, fencing, lighting and related
work items) at the site of the District’s
current baseball field on the west side
of Girdle Road, with a new grass
baseball field then to be constructed
on District property on the east side of
Girdle Road, as well as various other
measures that are generally described in (but not to be limited by) the
plan that has been prepared by the
District with the assistance of Gordon
W. Jones Associates, Architects (the
“Proposition No. 1 Plan”), which is
available for public inspection in the
offices of the District Clerk (collectively, the “Proposition No. 1 Project”). It
should be noted that the new grass
baseball field will only be constructed
in the event that Proposition No. 2
presented herewith is not approved.
The components of the Proposition
No. 1 Project (or so much thereof as
can be accomplished within the overall budget for the Proposition No. 1
Project, once it is determined whether
Proposition No. 2 was approved, and
once the construction bids for the
Proposition No. 1 Project are received) are to be undertaken in all
events at an estimated maximum cost
of $6,600,000, and will include the
purchase of original furnishings,
equipment, machinery and apparatus
required in connection with the purposes for which such building(s), facilities and sites are to be used, and all
ancillary or related work required in
connection therewith. The District will
be authorized to expend for the
Proposition No. 1 Project, including
for preliminary costs and costs incidental thereto and to the financing
thereof, an amount not to exceed the
estimated maximum cost of
$6,600,000, provided that the detailed
costs of the components of the Proposition No. 1 Project (as generally
described in the Proposition No. 1
Plan) may be reallocated among such
components, or such components
may be deleted, revised or supplemented if (1) the Board shall determine that such reallocation, deletion,
revision or supplementation is in the
best interests of the District and (2)
the aggregate amount to be expended for the Proposition No. 1 Project
shall not exceed $6,600,000 and (3)
no material change shall be made in
the overall scope and nature of the
Proposition No. 1 Project (with the
exception of the deletion of the grass
baseball field and the undertaking of
certain additional work items, per the

Proposition No. 1 Plan, in the event
that Proposition No. 2 presented
herewith is approved); and be it further RESOLVED, that the Board is
hereby authorized to expend or apply
toward such Proposition No. 1 Project, during the current fiscal year of
the District, the amount of $590,000
from the District’s General Capital
Reserve Fund; and be it further
RESOLVED, that the Board is
hereby authorized and directed to
specifically condition the undertaking
of the Project upon the District’s receipt, by May 1, 2018, of at least
$600,000 of donations/written financial commitments from non-District
sources (the “Proposition No. 1 Contributions”) that are to partially cover
the District’s remaining “local share”
of the cost of the Proposition No. 1
Project, after the application of the
$590,000 from the General Capital
Reserve Fund and the New York
State Building Aid that is anticipated
to be received; and be it further
RESOLVED, that if the amount of
Proposition No. 1 contributions exceeds $600,000 by a particular
amount, the anticipated “local share”
of the of the Proposition No. 1 Project
will be further reduced by a corresponding amount; and be it further
RESOLVED, that a tax is hereby
voted to finance the balance of the
estimated maximum cost of the
Proposition No. 1 Project in an
amount not to exceed $5,410,000,
such tax to be levied and collected in
installments in such years and in such
amounts as shall be determined by
the Board; and be it further
RESOLVED, that in anticipation of
such tax, obligations of the District
(including, without limitation, serial
bonds, statutory installment bonds,
qualified zone academy bonds,
and/or lease/purchase obligations
structured as qualified zone academy
bonds) are hereby authorized to be
issued in the aggregate principal
amount of not to exceed $5,410,000,
and a tax is hereby voted to pay the
interest on such obligations as the
same shall become due and payable;
and be it further
RESOLVED, that New York State
Building Aid funds expected to be
received by the District are anticipated to offset a substantial part of such
costs, and such funds shall, to the
extent received, be applied to offset
and reduce the amount of taxes herein authorized to be levied.
PROPOSITION NO. 2
(CONTINGENT)
SYNTHETIC TURF
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL FIELD
FACILITY
If (and only if) Proposition No. 1
presented herewith shall be approved
by the voters of the District, shall the
following resolutions also be adopted
(please note that this Proposition No.
2, even if approved by the voters of
the District, will have no effect, and the
work described herein will not be
undertaken, unless Proposition No. 1
is also approved).
Shall the following resolution be
adopted, to-wit:
RESOLVED, that the Board of Education (the “Board”) of the Iroquois
Central School District, Erie and
Wyoming Counties, New York (the
“District”), is hereby authorized to undertake the second component of a
proposed two-part athletic facilities
improvements project, consisting of
modest improvements and upgrades
to the District’s Intermediate/Middle
School and High School buildings and
the development of a new synthetic
turf baseball/softball field facility on

District property on the east side of
Girdle Road, and various other measures that are generally described in
(but not to be limited by) the plan that
has been prepared by the District with
the assistance of Gordon W. Jones
Associates, Architects (the “Proposi-
tion No. 2 Plan”), which is available for
public inspection in the offices of the
District Clerk (collectively, the “Propo-
sition No. 2 Project”). The Proposition
No. 2 Project will include the purchase
of original furnishings, equipment,
machinery and apparatus required in
connection with the purposes for
which such field is used, and all
ancillary or related work required in
connection therewith. The District will
be authorized to expend for the
Proposition No. 2 Project, including
for preliminary costs and costs incidental thereto and to the financing
thereof, an amount not to exceed the
estimated maximum cost of
$4,435,620, provided that the detailed
costs of the components of the Proposition No. 2 Project (as generally
described in the Proposition No. 2
Plan) may be reallocated among such
components, or such components
may be deleted, revised or supplemented if (1) the Board shall determine that such reallocation, deletion,
revision or supplementation is in the
best interests of the District and (2)
the aggregate amount to be expended for the Proposition No. 2 Project
shall not exceed $4,435,620 and (3)
no material change shall be made in
the overall scope and nature of the
Proposition No. 2 Project; and be it
further
RESOLVED, that a tax is hereby
voted to finance such estimated maximum cost in an amount not to exceed
$4,435,620, such tax to be levied and
collected in installments in such years
and in such amounts as shall be
determined by the Board; and be it
further
RESOLVED, that in anticipation of
such tax, obligations of the District
(including, without limitation, serial
bonds, statutory installment bonds,
qualified zone academy bonds,
and/or lease/purchase obligations
structured as qualified zone academy
bonds) are hereby authorized to be
issued in the aggregate principal
amount of not to exceed $4,435,620,
and a tax is hereby voted to pay the
interest on such obligations as the
same shall become due and payable;
and be it further
RESOLVED, that New York State
Building Aid funds expected to be
received by the District are anticipated to offset a substantial part of such
costs, and such funds shall, to the
extent received, be applied to offset
and reduce the amount of taxes herein authorized to be levied.
NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER
GIVEN that such Propositions No. 1
and No. 2 shall appear on the
scannable ballot sheets to be utilized
at the Special Meeting and Vote in
substantially the following abbreviated forms:
PROPOSITION NO. 1
SYNTHETIC TURF MULTI-SPORT
FIELD AND TRACK FACILITY
YES NO
Shall the following resolution be
adopted, to-wit:
RESOLVED, that (a) the Board of
Education (the “Board”) of the Iroquois Central School District (the
“District”) is hereby authorized to undertake the first component of a proposed two-part athletic facilities improvements project consisting of
modest improvements and upgrades
to the District’s Intermediate/Middle
School and High School buildings and

(primarily) the development of a new
synthetic turf multi-sport playing field
and track facility, and various other
measures that are generally described in (but not to be limited by) the
Proposition No. 1 Plan that is referred
to in the public notice of the vote on
this Proposition No. 1 (the “Proposi-
tion No. 1 Project”), and to expend
therefor an amount not to exceed
$6,600,000; (b) the Board is authorized to expend or apply toward the
Project, during the current fiscal year
of the District, the amount of $590,000
from the District’s General Capital
Reserve Fund; (c) the Board is hereby
authorized and directed to specifically
condition the undertaking of the Project upon the District’s receipt, by May
1, 2018, of at least $600,000 of donations/ written financial commitments
(from non-District sources) to partially
cover the District’s estimated “local
share” of the costs of the Proposition
No. 1 Project, after the application of
the monies from the General Capital
Reserve Fund and the New York
State Building Aid that is anticipated
to be received (with any donations
exceeding $600,000 to be used to
further reduce the “local share” by a
corresponding amount); (d) a tax is
hereby voted in an amount not to
exceed $5,410,000 to finance the
balance of the estimated maximum
cost of the Proposition No. 1 Project,
such tax to be levied and collected in
installments in such years and in such
amounts as shall be determined by
the Board; (e) in anticipation of such
tax, obligations of the District are
hereby authorized to be issued in an
aggregate principal amount of not to
exceed $5,410,000, and a tax is hereby voted to pay the interest on such
obligations as the same shall become
due and payable; and (f) New York
State Building Aid funds expected to
be received by the District are anticipated to offset a substantial part of
such costs, and such funds, to the
extent received, shall be applied to
offset and reduce the amount of taxes
herein authorized to be levied.
PROPOSITION NO. 2
(CONTINGENT)
SYNTHETIC TURF
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL FIELD
FACILITY
YES NO
If Proposition No. 1 presented
herewith shall be approved by the
voters of the District, shall the following resolution also be adopted and
approved (please note that this
Proposition No. 2, even if approved by
the voters of the District, will have no
effect, and the work described herein
will not be undertaken, unless Proposition No. 1 presented herewith is also
approved).
Shall the following resolution be
adopted, to-wit:
RESOLVED, that (a) the Board of
Education (the “Board”) of the Iroquois Central School District (the
“District”) is hereby authorized to undertake the second component of a
proposed two-part athletic facilities
improvements project consisting of
modest improvements and upgrades
to the District’s Intermediate/Middle
School and High School buildings and
the development of new synthetic turf
baseball/softball field facility and other
measures that are generally described in (but not to be limited by) the
Proposition No. 2 Plan that was referred to in the public notice of the vote
on this Proposition No. 2, and to
expend therefor an amount not to
exceed $4,435,620; (b) a tax is hereby voted in an amount not to exceed
$4,435,620 to finance such estimated
maximum cost, such tax to be levied

and collected in installments in such
years and in such amounts as shall be
determined by the Board; (d) in anticipation of such tax, obligations of the
District are hereby authorized to be
issued in the aggregate principal
amount of not to exceed $4,435,620,
and a tax is hereby voted to pay the
interest on such obligations as the
same shall become due and payable;
and (e) New York State Building Aid
funds expected to be received by the
District are anticipated to offset a
substantial part of such costs, and
such funds, to the extent received,
shall be applied to offset and reduce
the amount of taxes herein authorized
to be levied.
NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER
GIVEN that an Environmental Assessment Form has been completed
for all of the anticipated work described in Proposition No. 1 and
Proposition No. 2 set forth above
(collectively, the “Project”) which Project constitutes, collectively, a Type I
action under the State Environmental
Quality Review Act (“SEQRA”), a
thorough review of the Project’s potential environmental impacts has
been undertaken, it has been found
that the Project will not result in a
significant adverse impact on the environment, and a reasoned elaboration of the SEQRA review and findings has been provided in a Negative
Declaration.
NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER
GIVEN that applications for absentee
ballots may be obtained at the office
of the District Clerk between the hours
of 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., local time.
Completed applications must be received by the District Clerk at least
seven days before the Special Meeting and Vote, if the ballot is to be
mailed to the voter, or on the day
before the Special Meeting and Vote,
if the ballot is to be issued personally
to the voter. The list of all persons to
whom absentee ballots shall have
been issued will be available for inspection in the office of the District
Clerk, between the hours of 7:30 a.m.
and 3:30 p.m., local time, until the day
set for voting, except for Saturdays,
Sundays and holidays. No absentee
ballot will be canvassed unless it is
received in the office of the District
Clerk prior to 5:00 p.m., local time on
the date of the Special Meeting and
Vote, being January 10, 2018.
NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER
GIVEN that that the qualified voters of
the School District shall be entitled to
vote at the Special Meeting and Vote.
A qualified voter is one who is (1) a
citizen of the United States of America, (2) eighteen (18) years of age or
older, (3) resident within the District for
a period of thirty (30) days next preceding the annual vote and election,
and (4) not otherwise prohibited from
voting pursuant to the Election Law.
The District requires all persons offering to vote at the budget vote and
elections to provide one form of proof
of residency pursuant to Education
Law §2018-c. Such form may include
a driver's license, a non-driver identification card, a utility bill, or a voter
registration card. Upon offer of proof
of residency, the District also requires
all persons offering to vote to provide
their signature, printed name and address. Dated: Elma, New York
November 1, 2017
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF
EDUCATION OF THE IROQUOIS
CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT,
ERIE AND WYOMING COUNTIES,
NEW YORK
Nov. 23; Dec. 7, 14, 28

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