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An architect’s drawing, prepared by Julian Naetzker and Associates, showed what Berglund Chevrolet’s retail automobile complex, to be located on Fluvanna Avenue, would look like when completed in May of 1965. Ground for the complex, which when completed would be the largest of its type in Southwestern New York, was broken September 18.
- In 1989, County Executive John A. Glenzer had adopted a wait-and-see attitude toward legal action threatened by Chautauqua County’s two cities over the issue of user fees at the county landfill. “Someone is always threatening a lawsuit,” Glenzer said in response to a threat of legal action against the county by Dunkirk and Jamestown city officials. The cities were joining forces to revise the user fee schedule that went into effect Oct. 1 for municipal and commercial haulers but wouldn’t apply until Jan. 1, 1990, for individuals who took their garbage to landfills.
The number of fires in Jamestown caused by children playing with lighters or matches had been greatly reduced, a local firefighter told The Post-Journal while discussing National Fire Prevention Week, which would run through estown, there was a structure fire caused by children with lighters or matches every three or four weeks, according to Lt. Douglas McCullor, a fire prevention and code enforcement officer with the Jamestown Fire Department. Since February there had been only two such fires, McCullor said. The decline in the number of fires started by children was due, in part, to public awareness, he said. Fortsätt läsa The new agency would be located on a four-acre site, located opposite the Aluminum Contracting Company at 305 Fluvanna Avenue