Briefs from Lysander, Baldwinsville boards

Village web site to feature video

Village officials have entered into an agreement with CGI Communications, Inc. to create videos featured on the municipality's web site at baldwinsville.org. Saraceni said the village would not be charged any monetary fee for the service. Instead, CGI would use the village's name in connection to advertising. The communication business receives revenue through selling video links to area businesses.

Six streetlights installed

Officials have approved National Grid's proposal to install six streetlights in the Clare Park subdivision in Radisson. The lights will be used to illuminate intersections in the area and none of the streetlights will be placed in the middle of a road (between two intersections).

Public hearing

A public hearing regarding a one dollar/dog/year increase in the dog license fees for the town of Lysander will be held at 7 p.m. Aug. 10 at the town hall, 8220 Loop Road in Radisson.

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