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State of the Town: Aurora Supervisor Shares Thoughts
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State of the Town: Aurora Supervisor Shares Thoughts

by Adam Zaremski

Aurora Town Supervisor Jolene Jeffe is surprised to find that she is already at the halfway point for her first term in office. She said the time has gone by quickly, but with much work and many challenges.

“We accomplished a lot. Not necessarily what I planned to get done, though I think I accomplished everything I set out to do,” she said.

Jeffe spoke with the East Aurora Advertiser about the past year and what she sees occurring in the next part of her term. Above all else, she wants to settle the issue of where the next town hall will be located, and thinks that once that is done the Town Board can begin to move onto other tasks, such as possibly consolidating the Tax Receiver’s Office with that of the town clerk, along with addressing the needs of the Aurora Town Public Library.

The topic of finding a new Town Hall has been a community discussion for over a decade, and now that the lease for the space on South Grove Street is due to end in 2013, the clock is ticking to get out. The entire Town Board has shown its support for moving to 300 Gleed Ave., but there are other steps to be taken, such as drafting a bond resolution to spend money on upgrades to the building.

Read the full article from the East Aurora Advertiser.

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