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1 April 2016

Mayor Rosas featured on “Beat the Champ”

Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas was a guest of Paul Peck and Sue Nawojski on “Beat the Champ” held recently at Lucky Lanes in Fredonia, NY

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31 March 2016

Overnight and Alternate Parking Change

Spring and summer parking regulations will be taking effect for Alternate and Overnight Parking with the following changes. Overnight Parking: Overnight Parking regulations on the main streets such as Central Ave., Lakeshore Dr., Brigham Rd., Doughty St., Main St. and many of the smaller side streets will end Sunday April 3rd and does not resume again until Sunday November 6th .

Alternate Parking: Parking will change back to weekly as follows:

Effective at 5:00 PM starting Sunday April 3rd and continuing to Sunday November 6th for one week periods commencing at 5:00 PM on any odd numbered Sunday, parking shall be allowed on the odd numbered side of the streets affected and on any even numbered Sunday, parking shall be allowed on the even numbered side of the streets affected. The date of the day after 5:00 PM on Sunday determines the side on which parking is allowed for the following week. Courtesy tags will be issued as reminders for a short period of time, after that time parking summonses will be issued.

It is not the goal of the City of Dunkirk or the Police Department to issue parking summonses for violations. We are asking everyone’s cooperation to park properly and help those who may be visitors to our area with understanding our parking regulations. Proper parking is a matter of public safety in that we have to keep streets open and accessible to emergency vehicles at all times. We want everyone to be aware that if the need arises we will tow vehicles that hamper access by emergency vehicles or create a hazard to public safety. Proper parking also allows Public Works access for street upkeep.

We truly appreciated the help of our residents this past winter with getting their vehicles moved in a timely manner during winter storms. Your cooperation kept the streets clear for plows and emergency vehicles. Thank you !!

Again we ask everyone to help keep the City of Dunkirk a safe place for residents, business people and visitors to enjoy. Please call the Police Communications Desk at 366-2266 with any questions regarding Parking Regulations.

 

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28 March 2016

Dyngus Day

It’s Dyngus Day in Dunkirk, NY! Bruce Tarnowski dressed up in his Dyngus Day “garb” as he travels through Dunkirk making his stops for a Dyngus Day greeting.

 

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28 March 2016

Delta Chi Fraternity Easter Egg Hunt

The Delta Chi Fraternity will be sponsoring an Easter Egg Hunt at Washington Park on Sunday April 3rd, 2016 beginning at 1 p.m.

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18 March 2016

Mayor Rosas meets with area political leaders at Templeton Landing in Buffalo

Mayor Willie Rosas attended a reception with other WNY Elected Officials yesterday at Templeton Landing on the waterfront in Buffalo, N.Y.

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Mayor Rosas and New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli

 

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16 March 2016

Mayor Rosas delivers for Meals on Wheels

Mayor Rosas delivered meals to the elderly via the Meals on Wheels program along with County Legislator Robert Bankoski today, March 16, 2016.

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Pictured from left to right, County Legislator Bob Bankoski, Sara Marsowicz, Pat Ebert, and Mayor Willie Rosas

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16 March 2016

City of Dunkirk requesting proposals for Code Compliance Abatement Lawn Mowing/Yard Services

The City of Dunkirk is requesting proposals/qualifications for Code Compliance Abatement: Lawn Mowing/Yard Services. Applications will be accepted until Friday April 1, 2016 by 3:00 EST.

Application packet can be found here

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14 March 2016

Mayor Rosas attends the Variety Kids Telethon in Buffalo

City of Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas recently made a donation on TV at the Variety Kids Telethon on Channel 7 in Buffalo, NY.

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10 March 2016

Dunkirk PBA makes Water for Flint Donation

 

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The Dunkirk Police Benevolent Association dropped off two SUV’s worth of bottled water to be donated to Flint, Michigan, more specifically, 50 cases of water – or 1,750 bottles of water.

Donations have flowed in from the Fredonia Teacher’s Association, Fredonia Place, Fredonia Police Benevolent Association, as well as personal donations all over the county in the forms of water and money. According to Doug Stock, President of the Dunkirk Labor Council, the Area Labor Council has collected over $2,000 in cash donations, and a still-growing stockpile of 400 gallons of water

Although the open donation drop off times have finished, the water is being driven to Flint on Friday, so more donations can be brought there one last time in the morning.

Checks can also be made out to WNY Area Labor Federation with “Labor For Flint” in the memo line and dropped off at United Way of Northern Chautauqua County, 626 Central Ave., Dunkirk, or brought to the drop off on Friday morning.

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7 March 2016

Dunkirk-Fredonia Steelers win State Championships

 

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OBSERVER Photo by Craig Harvey Pictured are members of the Dunkirk-Fredonia Steelers after they won the New York State Mixed Division Club Hockey state title, 4-1, over Iroquois, on Sunday, at the Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena. The Steelers advanced to the title game with a 3-2, double-overtime win against Locust Valley in the semifinals.

On behalf of Mayor Rosas and the City of Dunkirk, we would like to congratulate the Dunkirk-Fredonia Steelers on their 4-1 victory over Iroquois this past Sunday to win the New York State Mixed Division Club Hockey state title!