Salina As we look back on the year 2012 in the town of Salina, let’s take this time to review some key events that happened throughout this year.
In February, after two decades of service to Salina, Planning and Development Director Bernie English retired.
In May, Light 4 Life Candles began producing church candles again at the old Will and Baumer Candle Factory.
In July, the United Inn on Buckley Road was torn down. No official plans have been presented to what might replace it.
In August, The Sisters of St. Francis broke ground on Buckley Road for a 96-resident facility for aging nuns.
In September, the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation awarded the town of Salina a $2 million grant for sewer projects.
In October, the Lyncourt Fire Department held a ribbon cutting on their new training facility.
In November, the Express Mart, on the site of the former Northern Lights Mobil in Mattydale, opened their newest location. Alongside the Express Mart is a Dunkin’ Donuts
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On behalf of the town board and all the employees of the town of Salina, have a happy and safe New Year!