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Herald-mail. (Fairport, N.Y.) 1962-1979, December 21, 1977, Image 14

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8A Card of Thanks \Thanks\ to everyone, who took time to come\ out in the i stormy weather to vote for me as Fire Commissioner. , Donald Sargent I would like to take this opportunity to express sin- cere thanks to all my friends for the food, cards, flowers, gifts and other kindness 'shown to me while I was a patient in . the hospital and since my return home. Mrs. Douglas (Hazel) Doyle I wish-to thank all the folks that helped in any way with the Ontario - Williamson WalworthWorld-ln-Side Shut in Club Christmas box packs. Dec. 12. For the money donations, cookies, candy, oranges, apples, fruit cakes, and Scout Troop 732 for the Jelly, bath salts, and soap. Also thanks to the folks who helped pack and deliver the boxes, and for my gift. Merry Christmas and Happy J4ew Year to all of you. •» Theda Alorn • Pres. of Club' We wish to express our thanks to all our friends, rela- tives, Ontario Ffre Co., Exempt and Auxiliary, for the flowers, sympathy cards, donations to the cancer and ambulance funds. Also for the comforting words <rom Rev. Shaw, a^the time of the loss of our mother. Mrs. Walter Hubright Mrs. Robert Standaert Mr. Adrain Sonneville Mr. Peter Sonneville Mr. John Sonneville The family of Howard Jeffers of Union Hilli N.Y. would like to thank the Volun- teer Ambulance helpers and a special thank you to Mrs. Danny Nagel, for their wonderful help and fast re- sponses when our Dad was rushed to Sodus Hospital this past Friday. He is doing much better \and is home. This is a time when we know there fire many good friends and- neighbors. Thank you all. Mrs. Art (June) Martin ' Mrs. Dan (Ann) Bussso Mrs. Thelma Lockhart and especially Mrs. Howard Jeffers LEGAL NOTICE PROPOSED FLOOD ELE- VATION DETERMINA- TIONS FOR THE TOWN OF PERINTON, MONROE COUNTY, NEW YORK AGENCY: Federal .Insur- ance Administration, HUD. ACTION: Proposed rule. SUMMARY: Technical information or* comments are solicited on the proposed base (100-year) flood elevations listed below ' for selected locations in the Town of Perinton, Monroe County, New York. These base (100-year) flood elevations are the basis for the flood plain management measures that the com- munity is required to either adopt or show evidence of be- ing already in effect in order to qualify or remain qualified for participation in the. National Flood Insurance Program (NF1P). DATES: The period for J comment will be ninety (90) days following the secon d publica- tion of thip propose i rule in a newspaper of 1 >cal cir- culation i l the abqve-named community. ADDRESSES: Maps and other! informa- tion show ng the di tailed out- lines of th e flood-pi one areas and the i reposed jase (1.00- year) flo >d elevations are available Perinton Town H for review I at ing Inspector's Department. .31 South Main Stfeet, Fair- port, New York. Send comments to: Super- visor Lake B. Edwa -ds, Perin- ton Towo Hall, Main Street, Fairport, Nlew York 14450. FOR FUlRTHER INFORMATION CON TACT: Mr. RichaVd Krim n, Assist'\ ant Administrator Office of Flood Ins irance (202) 755-5581 or Toll Free Line (800)|424-8872 Room 5270 451 Seventh Street, SW Washington, D.C. 20410 SUPPLEMENTARY IN- FORMATION: The Federal Insurance Ad- ministrator gives |notice of the proposed determinatidns of base (100-year) flood ele- vations fjor the {Town of ill, Build- 11 South Source of! Flooding-i Irondequ )it ('reek I - Thomas preek Perinton, Monroe;, County, New York, Jin accordance with section 110 of the Flcod Diaster Protection Act of 1973 (Pub'. L. 93-234), 87 Stat. 980, which i added {section 1363J to the National Flood Insur- ance Act of 1968 (Title XIII of the Housing |ind Urban De- velopment Act of 1968 (pjib. L. 50-448)). 42 U.S.C. 4001- 4128, and 24 pFR 1917.4(d). These elevations together with the floocj plain manage- ment meawuiies required by Section 1910.3 of the pro- gram regulations, are i he minimum that are required. They should not be construed to mean the community must change any existing ordi- nances that are more stringent in their flood plain management! requirements. The community may be any time enact stricter require- ments on its own, or pur- suant to policies established by other Federal, State, or regional entities. These pro- posed elevations will also be used to calculate the appro- priate flood ; insurance pre- mium rotes frJr new buildings and their contents and for the second layer pfinsurancelon existing buildings and their contents. The proposed base (100- year) flood elevations for selected locations are: • j Elevationj feet. Ivocatior. National Geodetic Vertical Datum Just jdownstream of Pitt* ford Palmyra Road (NY.'II) Just downstream of Fairport Roarl (NY .3IF) Just Upstream of Linden! Avenue FHM2T Rena Contribpti of Mrs. may be mi: fund St. Thomas Church. N died at Hill R December hi r • <) Just upstream of Turk H>11 Road Approximately 100 feet! downstream of O'Conntjr Road Just upstream of Bnird Road 361 •162 ' 424 402 12/14 - 12/21/77 Krichbaum ons Jena de to the E «• - •> rs home, ad, . F 16, 1977. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS H JSREBJY GIV- EN that sealed proposals are sought and requested for: Village of Fairport,; Street Tree Planting - 1977, supply i n g and planting approximately 125 street trees in the Village of Fairport. Sealed proposals will IK: re- ceived by the FairportlUrhan Renewal Agency on January 10, 1978, until 2:00 P.M. at the Agency office, 23 South Main Street, Fairport, New York. Copies of INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS, AND BID SPECIFICATIONS, may be examined at the officd of the Fairport Urban Renewal Agency, 23 S^uth j Main Street, Fairport, New York. , Copies may be obtained at . the offices of the Fairport Urban Renewal Agency upon payment of $5.00 for each i»et, payable to the Fairport Urban Renewal : Agency. Any bidder returning his set within ten (10) days after receipt' of bids and ih good condition will be refunded his full deposit. Any non-bidder so returning his set will be re- funded 50% of his deposit. A .non-reimbursible charge of $5.00 per set shall be made for plans and specifications mailed to interested persons. Attention of the bidders is, pariicualrlv, called to the following: Conditions of employment to be observed, oqual employ ment opportunities, and minimum wage rates 1 to. be paid under the contract. Each bidder must deposit with bis \bid security in an amount not les$ than 5% of the amount of the bid in the form and subject to the con- ditions set fo)-th in Bid Specifications. • No bidder may withdraw his bid within' 45 days after the actual date of the opening' thereof, but may withdraw the bid at any time prior to eloping time for the receipt of bids. Bidders should not include in their bid propotfal,- sales THE FAIRPORT HERALD-MAIL, Fairport. N.Y, Wednesday! December 21. 1977 and compensating use taxes on the | cost of materials which are to be incorporated into this project. The owner reserves the right to vjtaive any informali- ties or to qfcject any or all bids. 15 By order of the Fairport Urban Itenewal Agency Dated: December 21. 1977 FHM IT-<I2/21/77 LEGAL NOTICE\ ANNUAL FIRE INSPE<TION REPORTS FAIRRORT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TOWN] OF PERINTON Notice is hereby given that the annual inspection for 1977 of tjjie Fairport Central .School iiDistrict school 'buildings; for fire hazards which might endanger lives of students, teachers and employees therein, has been completed, and the' report thereof 1$ available at the office of the Fairport Centra] School | Administration Building iht 38 West Church Street, purport, New York for irmpectio/j by all interested persons, j, c Eleanor M. Gardephe | Clerk Board of Education FHM IT 12/21/77 \ Buy U.S. Savings Bonds I <>< tti<? lines! in Contemporary Scandanavian Furniture Complete Display • I IVIIKJ mom • W.ill iiml'j • Ominq room «| .imps •Bedioom •AriN'i uj'js •Den OMic.i' •Ai.ci'bVJrjub Imported Ti-afc & Rosewood tecum furniture 225-4890 RiOyemonl Pla/a ?8:)3 Ridge Rd W »• . P«CE ON EARTH Celebrate Christmas in the true spirit of brotherhood and love. Special thanks. EAST AVENUE Day Care Center Knchbau AUTO INSURANCE HOME Mrs. KHchbaum widow of Harold She was former language Monroe High Sch member of the fa from 1925 until taught language the University of and waa language was fortner president insurance agency 140 Perinton Hills Office Panx 223-7020 Avant depart-ri 1965 active organizations Gard organization of teachers or five Mrs. Krichba organist at th Congregational Rochester for several She also played orijan All Saint and S Episcopal chu Fairport. j She is survived _ Donald Chapman Carolinja and Santa's under the tree with special wishes for you. Hope your holiday's trimmed with happiness! Chapman of North two brot lers-in-\ and George Krichtyau of Ohio. Services were from St. ThomaB Church oil Highland at 2\ p^m. on Roger Bilge r Roger Bijger of 74 Road. Ifairpor unexpectedly December 18. He w$s He is suj-vived by Mildred, |2 sons daughter-in-law, I Susan Bilger. j > daughter, \Carol hit ftCarrie. all of Fajrport Bister, MrsL 1 Elmer iilger Allen of .jrandchildjren. Jeffrey, several aunt 9 nieces and Services of the fam ly. nephews at the convenience Stagie * ' i •: : ' i •> it 8, I i. u I I 6 I.\ t ! { , \- _. » 'f I! ki. •I! \'I I !•

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