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Celoron To Use Ellicott’s Code Enforcement Officer

March 10, 2013

CELORON — Celoron will have a code enforcement officer following its next meetin....

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TagURit

Mar-12-13 9:31 PM

The mayor wanted to obtain a boardwalk to go no where. $36,000 down the drain. Now taxes are going to increase again. If he really cared about the community he would clean up the mess. Celoron is never going to change the town should take over the village it is time to dissolve. There are violatons that are still there months now years after being reported.

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khulumzurug

Mar-12-13 8:27 AM

judging by the shabby look to the community, eliminate the position and save the tax dollars. these guys do nothing anyways, just like the cops.

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Bustiparty

Mar-10-13 1:09 PM

I suggest that the code enforcement officer go over to the Wal mart store in Lakewood. I was there this morning and the parking lot and litter near the building shows that the store takes no pride in its appearance. There are broken curbs and broken posts warning you to not walk near them. The inside of the store has people shelfing goods during the day and people can tripe over boxes or carts. I would like to contact the district manager for wal mart but I cannot find a number. The store rounds up people like cattle and could care less about the customer. I think the store needs a new manager or if he is following the districts managers advice people need to shop elsewhere. You get better service a Dollar General.

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Girlyman

Mar-10-13 12:32 PM

Is this the same loser that allows Sam's Club to wake everyone with 1/2 mile of the store at all hours of the night?

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overburdened

Mar-10-13 8:04 AM

Mr Rowe is an excellent code enforcement officer. We need more people like himin the town!

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