Come one, come all!
McDonald’s Grand Opening — Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
820 Culver Rd., corner of Culver and East Main St.
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
- Register to win Amazing Prizes! 98 PXY broadcast from 4-6 p.m.
- Jingle Jam Ticket Event
- 50 cent hamburgers, 69 cent cheeseburgers 11-7 (limit 10!)
- Specials all this month and into December
There are serious problems with the proposed School #28 development project, as beautiful backyards are at stake. NWVA recently in June attended a meeting at 104 Amsterdam Rd. with approximately 40 neighbors and Central School District and City officials present. Present were Elaine Spaulle, our city council representative, our new CSD Superintendent Bolgen Vargas, School Board members Melisza Campos and Alan Williams, the project director, architect DiBella Engineering, Bret Garwood of City of Rochester Housing and Nancy Price, City Service Center. Hopefully they understand North Winton Village is very serious about green space. The point was made that the CSD made a very poor decision in thinking to take backyard space—they need to go elsewhere for their plans for more students, buses and cars. Local news personalities Rachel Barnhardt and Bob Lonsberry seem very interested in this case, and Marilyn Schutte received a call from Channel 8.
UPDATE: Meetings and discussions are still being held on this issue. To learn more or to become involved, please contact one of the following: Nancy Price 428-8814, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Marilyn Parchus (NWVA representative) 224-9766.
Live entertainment was denied by the zoning board; however, they may have unamplified music.
The owner of the McDonalds on the corner of E. Main St. and Culver Rd. plans to replace the current building with a new one. The NWVA is working with city zoning and the owner on details such as lighting, location of landscaping, and details so that the new building will fit in better with the cityscape.
There are parking lot landscaping plans for the site.
We are pleased with the new look of the wrought iron fence and brick posts in the parking lot. The owner is very enthusiastic about the neighborhood turn-of-the-century lighting, and has rescued an original Corwin Rd. street light to place it on his property. Thanks!
Through tireless efforts by the new owner, and working with the NWVA, a complete restoration has been made to use this space on East Main St. as an office.
Tryon Bike, 150 North Winton Rd., has a new sign proposal.