Weekly Feature

2017-05-18 / Editorials

Out of the Past


BEND AND SNAP — Boys and girls demonstrate their stretching exercises during a field day. BEND AND SNAP — Boys and girls demonstrate their stretching exercises during a field day. 25 Years Ago May 21, 1992

The superintendent of the East Aurora Union Free School District is trying to get “up to speed” in the 1992-93 budget after several cutbacks in the previous year. For the 1991-92 budget, the total budget decreased by about 1.7 percent.

Renovations of the interior of the historic Roycroft Inn are starting this week with the removal of the murals painted by Alexis Jean Fournier.

“The murals are being taken off for safekeeping, and then we’ll put them back again,” said Village Administrator Jerry C. Hiller.

With the season winding down, the East Aurora boys varsity baseball team needs another win to qualify for playoffs. The Blue Devils are 7-6 in league play and 7-8 overall.

The East Aurora Village Board approved a change of use for a building that served as a car dealership so it can become a group of retail stores. Located at 391 Olean Road, this building has been used in various ways, including as the site for an antique dealership at one point.

A restaurant owner reported that a woman has been illegally dumping garbage into a Dumpster on the premises. The woman was warned not to dump any more garbage into the dumpster.

Local actors Christopher Standart and Robert Webber are playing in the comedy “Greater Tuna” at 8 p.m. May 21 until May 30 at the Katherine Cornell Theatre in the Ellicott Complex at the University at Buffalo in Amherst.

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