In the Village of Sodus this Week:
The Village Offices are closed Monday and Tuesday for the Christmas holiday. All normal functions will resume at their normal time Wednesday morning.
There are still a few chances remaining to see the free Holiday Light and Music Celebration at the Presbyterian Church (31 West Main Street). Show times are tonight (the 24th) at 8:30, and Friday and Saturday (the 28th and 29th) at 6:00, 6:45, and 7:30 pm. Make the effort to see this. It’s really worth the time!
I would like to take this opportunity to recognize and thank our Village employees who work hard and give so much to keep our community functioning behind (and sometimes in front of) the scenes: Ben, Brian, Bryon, Chris D., Chris H., Corey, Dustin, Josh, Karen, Mark, Phil, and Tom. You get to make a difference in 2,000 lives every day and you are appreciated. We have great things in store for 2019, and I will make sure that more people know about them.
Special recognition to Phil Badman, who is working both Christmas Eve and Christmas day to make sure that our high-quality drinking water continues to flow whenever a tap get turned on.
Merry Christmas to all of our friends and neighbors!
The Zoning Board of Appeals is looking for two Village residents to serve as alternate board members, and one person to fill a vacancy. Please call the Village Clerk at 315.483.9821 if interested in serving.
Thursday, 27 December 2018
The Village Board of Trustees is meeting downstairs in the Municipal Building from 5:00 – 6:00 pm for their regular monthly workshop. All meetings are open to the public.
Our Municipal Water Supply
The news from Flint, MI recently has concerned many of us about the quality of our drinking water. Rest assured that the water produced by the Village of Sodus continues to be of the highest quality. We regularly test for a wide array of potential contaminants. The 2016 Water Quality Report is now available at https://sodusvillage.org/about-the-village/water/.
Speaking of water, the Village is very pleased to announce that our very own Phil Badman has been selected as the 2016 New York Rural Water Association Water Operation Specialist of the Year! Congratulations, Phil!