Welcome to Aurora, New York
Village of Aurora - 456 Main St Aurora, NY 13026
Phone: 315-364-7293 Fax: 315-364-6857 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All meetings are open to the public. As always, anyone may speak, ask questions or offer comments at the start of the meeting (during"Visitor Welcome"). If your issue is addressed to the Board of Trustees and requires board preparation and action (vote), please submit it in writing to the village office seven days prior to the meeting so that it will appear on the agenda. Agendas are posted on the website and in both village bulletin boards located at the post office and the village office; an accurate agenda lets your neighbors know what will be discussed.
Applications that require Community Preservation Panel/Planning Board review have to be in at least ten days prior for code/zoning consideration. All meetings are held on Wednesdays at the Aurora Firehouse Meeting Room, 456 Main St., unless otherwise noted. To view minutes from previous meetings, navigate to the Boards page.
1st Wednesday - Community Preservation Panel (CPP)
2nd Wednesday - Zoning Board of Appeals (as needed)
3rd Wednesday - Board of Trustees
4th Wednesday - Planning Board
Community Preservation Panel meeting on December 5, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
November 8, 2018 Water Information Meeting
Preliminary Engineering Report (a copy is available for review in the village office.)
Village Office Hours
The Village Code Enforcement Officer is unavailable December 20-December 31, 2018.
Monday: 4:00 pm-6:00 pm (Clerk and Code Enforcement Officer)
Tuesday: 10:00 am-2:00 pm (Clerk)
Wednesday: No public hours
Thursday: 9:00 am-1:00 pm (Treasurer)
11:00 am-5:00 pm (Clerk)
2:00 pm-4:00 pm (Code Enforcement Officer)
Friday: No public hours
AURORA HISTORY CENTER
The next exhibit, "The Work of Our Hands: Heritage Skills Then and Now", will open Tuesday, November 27th, and through the month of December will showcase local artisans on both Tuesdays and Saturdays. Drop by to hear short talks on intriguing topics, watch expert woodworkers, try your hand at a range of old and new fiber arts, pick up some great recipes, and - not least - do a little no-stress shopping for unique gifts made in our own community and region. Accessible to all, and always free!
The Aurora Historical Society/Village History Center is located on the rear courtyard and accessible to all, and events are always free.
Tuesday evenings, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
At your convenience: to reach a Docent-on-Call, call/text to (315)-246-1130.
371 Main St., on the courtyard with Vintage Lighting; Fully accessible and air-conditioned
(Posted May 29, 2018)
CAYUGA COUNTY WATER MANAGEMENT AGENCYhttp://cayugacountywater.org/
February 10, 2018 Water Presentation
Please copy the link below into your browser
Cayuga Lake Watershed Network
Harmful Algal bloom Symposium: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-finger-lakes-harmful-algal-blooms-habs-symposium-tickets-47718940636
July 16 updateHarmful Algal Bloom Update 3
Explaining “No bloom,” “Suspicious,” “Confirmed,” “Confirmed with high toxins”
Over the past few weeks of active HABs on Cayuga Lake, we’ve gotten some questions about the testing of toxins in HABs. Our friends at the Community Science Institute provided this note about the toxin microcystin:
Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) may produce a variety of chemicals that are harmful to other species, including humans. The most common harmful chemical found in New York algal blooms is microcystin. Detailed toxicity studies have not been performed, and there is not yet a consensus on acceptable exposure levels. The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) has set upper limits for public drinking water supplies at 0.3 ug/L or parts per billion (ppb) and for public swimming beaches at 4.0 ppb (EPA, 2017). The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) defines a “bloom with high toxin” as 20 ppb near the lake shore and 10 ppb in open water (NYSDEC HABs Program Guide, Section 3).
A map of blooms can be viewed here (results to be posted and updated): http://www.communityscience.org/cayuga-lake-2018-harmful-algal-blooms-results/
Cayuga Lake & Hydrilla
Cayuga County Department of HealthGeneral Information for Public Communication
Wells College News
Link below to Wells calendar: