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The Mendon-Honeoye Falls-Lima sentinel. (Honeoye Falls, N.Y.) 1989-current, June 29, 1989, Image 1

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\YOUR ONLY HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER\ ... .I.J.£. BUU<RATE CAA-RTSORT U.s. POSTAGI! PAID HanGoye FIIftI. NY PtIrmI No. 34 MENDON - HONEOYE FALLS - LIMA VOLUME 1 NUMBER 15 THURSDAY, JUNE 29,1989 35 d copy $12.50 yoar uation ssue Emergency Power Outage July 1- see page 4 More Interest in Route 15A Development in Lima The second half of the Public Hearing on Water District #2 was held in conjunction with the regular Lima Town Board meeting on June 15 •. Although little interest was shown towards the new wa- ter district, there was interest in the further development of RL 15A, south ofCoTby's Collision. A representative of the Culligan Company, Corley Keppler, said that his company has purchased no greater than 9.5 acres, contin- gent upon approval of rezoning from agriculture 10 business. Plans provide fora subdivision of three lots with 450 feet of frontage and a 40 x 80 foot Monon building to house an offx:e, I:athroool, shower, and space for five salesmen and one secretary. Keppler assured the board that there would be no regeneration of tanks in the build- ing, but they do need space for a loading dock and a parking area for several service trucks. Dick Mayberry, Town Anomey, asked that it be placed on record that his wife. Fran, who is on the Town Planning Beard, would not be involved in any planning action on the Culligan request, since she is the agent in the real estalC transaction. Supervisor Yorks com- mented that the board's decision would have to be ba1cd OIl the new Master Plan which should be ready by the middle of Sep- r.cmber. Board member, Fran Goccsik, added that if the Culli- gan people wish to go ahead with other w~ such as a pert tcsa. tbcy can do so • their own ex- pense.. but with the WJdeastaod- ing tbal there is no oblipdoo on the Town Board's part. Andy Manbcws, who wishes 10 move the bousencxt 10 the Lima DiDcr to Doran Lane, cb:USICd abc possibi1i1y of cbq- ing the road, wbicb has DCYCI been dedianN to the town. 10 a public tborougbfare. Aa:ording 10 Mauhew5, Ted Doran, the owner, would like to see the lane dedicated. Dick Mayberry ex- plained thut if a road is open to the public for ten years and main- tained by the town, nothing hu., to be done. In a dedication ac- tion, an actual deed is involved. The Board agreed to get the necessary information from Ken Barber, the Highway Super- intendent. and go from there. Lori Kloesz, the Dalton Road resident who had com· plained al an earlier meeting that the highway crew had razed the shrubbery and stone fence on the fronrage of her propeny with no warning and beyond the town's right-of-way, is not satisfied with the board's solution to her prob- lem. Although she was as- sured that in the future, home owners would be advised before any similar work was done, she did not agree that the \work was lIot as extensive\ as she had pre- viously claimed. According to Kocsz, she re-mcasun:d. In some areas, it wu81lcast21 fectand in some places 33 feet. She also stated that clearing the hedge. row, which provided charm as wcl1 as privacy, bas rcsulred in a finaDcial loss. Tbcrefore, she wants the area graded with addi- tional soU aDd a new stone fence. Mayberry countered by agreeing 10 meet with her and possibly Ken Barber 10 measure and discuss the problem again. In other business, Mart Wagner, a fmancial eonsu.Itant with tbe Bc:.mard Dooepn Com- pany, discussed the Swus Re- port on Water Projects with the board. In a breakdown of con- S1rUCtioo costs between the vil- lage and rown, the &own's share will amount 10 S197,<XX>. Only WIler users in the IOWIl will be charged. No waret cxpcosea will be paid from &own IIXCS.. Newly Minted Doctors to Wed in 1990 Suzanne Shephard of Toronto Ian Sempowski of Lima Umaresident, Ian Scm- powski and his fiancee, Suzanne Sbcpud of TaoolO. Ontario, each received a Docaor or Medicine Degree with Honours from the University of Toronto Medical School on June 8, 1989. The at- ternoon ceremony was held in Convocation Hall at the heart of the downtown campus. Ie was preceded by a luncheon for the graduates and their families. Ian. a 1983 gradua1e of Honeoye PalJs.Uma High School. is the son 01 Drs. John and Martha Sempowski of ~Icwood Ave- nue in Lima. Following gradu- ation from HFL. Ian n:ccivcd an cntranCC scholanhip to SL Mi- chael's College of the UniversilY 01 ToronlO. In 1985, he was ac- ceptcd for early admission to the Univc:rsity of Toronto MedkaJ School and n:cei ved several awards (or aakJemic achievement during therour ycars oC his medi· cal education. At gradua1ion, he WM awarded the Sanwd J, Stn:ighl Award (or Highest Slallding in the In&emaJ Medicine Rowlon. Hls flanCCC, SU2IMC, is the daughler of Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Sbepud ollbomhlll. On- aria. A!tt:r aar:nding high .tebooIs in HawIH and in Thornhill, Su:zanne entered SL Michael's College on a tull academic sdJot· anhip. She also n:ceM:d a runber of academic awards during and upon completion other (OUI years of mcdJa1 rnUning. Drs. 5en1~ntJ Shepard have been accepted in a two-year FamiJy Pmctico Resi. dency III Queen' University Hos .. pltal in Kinpton, Ontario. Two chiUy months oC !heIr lntemsbip ycat (January and February) will be spent in Cat northern Ontario, al a hospiral on tbCI remocc lsJand oC MooIc Factory In the James Bay. The couple and their Cami11ea ate planninS • JIDC wcddinS next yeat. II wW be heJel in the bridlo' J hometown of TbomhUl, jusI north of Toronto. lan's undo. Rev. Terrence Scm- POWJti. 'a Cannell\ priest from 0Ucas0. wW officlaJc. At pel- ent, Jan aDd Su:zaaoc plan 10 to- sJdc and prxdce famlly me& ebJc 1ft On&ario. I Let's I JOl1()r ;\ 111erica ,1 nd FI v C)u r F I {\~ 1st his J 111 Y F 0 u r t h

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