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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1981-current, May 29, 1986, Image 9

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Arcade Village Board meets by Debra Archor I hi- Arcade Village Boiird I a>t week WJIS presented with ;i pl.in to test the installation of • •lee tn< storage heating cle\ u i-s on electric baseboard heaters Making the presentation was .Neil Collins, a representative of Kmpire Engineering Inc According to Collins, electric to the heaters would be shut off during the village's periods of peak electric demand, and stored heat would be released, ostensibly with no loss of heat or comfort Collins said the plan is designed to optimize the village's load management program, which now involves only water heaters, and said the potential for savings is even greater A greater degree of communication between the village and its participating customers would, however, be required Collins told the board that the plan has not yet been tested in New York, but the New York Power Authority is interested in evaluating load management s\stems and could provide funding to implement the plan The board unanimously authorized him to prepare an initial proposal package to submit to the NYI'A. at no cost to the village COLLINS ALSO reported on tin possihilit\ ol a co generation plant to be construi ted in the area The proposed plant would report edl\ use ga s to produce electn cit> and would sell power to the village during peak use times to aTIeviate demand Collins offered to study the situation further The discussion then turned to the village's current load managemen t program involv ing hot water heaters Trustee William Daniels asked what proportion of electric customers currently participate and how participation might b e encouraged Accordin g to Superintendent of Public Works I^arry Kilburn, only about a fifth of the U.OOO customers now participate Trustee James Luscher said he feels it is important for customers to understand the program's benefit to them Mayo r Hug h Kly suggested that the village again advertise what the benefit is, in terms of money saved by customers, and the fact that it involves no cost to participants The installation of the device on water heaters allow s the village to shut off power to the heaters during periods of pea k demand (usually sub zero weekdav Remember When . . . 10 Years Ago May 26, 1976 Skeletal remains found in a \1.uhias gravel pit wer e identified asthoseof an IK-year old local woman who had been missing for a year and a half 1 ler death was ruled a homicide Sandy Dziedzic of Arcade ws v\as named Wyoming County Dairy Princess Philip Feraldi of Chaffee was named to attend American Legion Boys State The American l^egion in Machias elected William Close •is commander. Carol Wierzbic was elected president of the auxiliary Sam Keraldi sold his Texaco station in Chaffee to Tom (\louse Mr Feraldi continued to operate his law n mower business across the street The Holland High School Band participated in the Tulip Festival in Holland. Michigan Presiden t and Mrs Ford participated in the parade there Mary Bolton wa s valedic tonan and Cheryl McAdoo was .-..<!uiatonan of the Class of 1976 at Pioneer Cecil and Barbara I tester held a grand opening sale at their 1 ester's Country Grocery between Sanduskv. and Arcade A daughter. Nicole Kather ine was born to Mr and Mrs lames Husso of Machias 25 Years Ago Mav 25. Sullivan o f Arcad e received the Sliver Beaver awar d from Troop 5o in honor of his many years in B<>\ Scouting Howard Sattler of Bliss was named district deputy grand master for th e Masonic Genesee-Wyoming District. Rep Charles Goodell spoke at the dedication of the Cattar­ augus county Farm, Hom e & 4 H Center in Klheottville Mr and Mrs Earl Scnpter opened a barber shop and beauty salon at 52 Main St in Delevan Births a son. Paul Donald, to mnrningsl in order to ;i\oi<i paving higher eleciru rates The rate paid l>\ the village tor the power it pun hases is based on its peak rather than just its average demand, so it has sought vvavs to keep the peak down Though he did not mention a dollar amount. Collins said the program in Penn Yan for example, has reduced the costs to customers He estimated Penn Yan's participation rate at about 80 percent, due to extensive publicity there SUPERINTENDENT Kil burn reported that insurance coverage for th e police department has been extended by the present carrier until August, and that a carrier has been found to provide only liability coverage after that This policy does not insure against property damage and auto insurance is separate as well The cost for this limited coverage is $5,184, compared with $564 last year Kilburn said payment would he needed hy the following dav even to have this policv. although the village can cancel at any time The mayor felt the coverage was so basic that it was actually worth very little but the police Continued on page 7 Mr and Mrs Donald Torrey o f Arcade, a daughter. Koxanne Mane, to Mr and Mrs Ray­ mon d .Jacob] of Bliss , a daughter, Heide Mane, to Mr and Mrs Donald Reisdorf of Arcade, a son, Christopher James, to Mr and Mrs Neil Miller of North Java, a daughter, Debora Anne, to Mr and Mrs James Gnsewood of Bliss Deaths Anna McCormick, 88. formerly of East Java, John Shaffner, 28. of Bliss, a n accident victim 8 1 ARCADE HERALD. THURSDAY. MAY 29, 1986 Attention: Town of Freedom I- reedotn Summer Ret reatmn now taking applu ations fur Recreation Director, must havt Red ( ross lifesaving certificate Send resume to Town of Freedom Recreation Box 12.i. Sanduskv 1-tl U NOTK- New sign-up dates will be FK1., JUNK 6 6-9 P.M . SAT JUNE 7 9-12 noon Freedom Town Hall Kagle St., Sandusky Please register if you plan to be in the summer recreation program We need to plan the attendance Recreation dates will be July 7 August 1\> sharnas\ \ v THIS WEEKEND — FRI. & SAT. 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