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Nelson town board looks to improve parking by Blue Canoe restaurant

During peak times, the parking lot of the Blue Canoe Grill, right, will be full and both sides of North Lake Road, left, will have cars parked along it, which makes the road impassable for emergency vehicles.

During peak times, the parking lot of the Blue Canoe Grill, right, will be full and both sides of North Lake Road, left, will have cars parked along it, which makes the road impassable for emergency vehicles. Photo by Jason Emerson.

— —Unanimously reappointed Rhonda Weigand to a six-year term as town assessor.

—Approved a request from resident Tammy Hayes to post flyers in town hall and on the town website seeking participants in the CNY Energy Challenge. Hayes is seeking four or five households to use practices that conserve energy and reduce electric bills. Participants must be National Grid customers to participate. Hayes can be contacted at 480-5679.

—Approved a request from Dick Benner to use the town offices as the starting point for the Aug. 3 Mad Cow 5K Race, a Route 20 Road Challenge Event.

—Agreed to install a security camera inside the town office as part of the process to improve the building’s security.

Jason Emerson is editor of the Cazenovia Republican. He can be reached at editor@cazenoviarepublican.com.

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