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Meeting On Chautauqua Lake Protection Set

MAYVILLE — A public information meeting on the Study of Funding Mechanisms for Chautauqua Lake Protection and Rehabilitation, Phase I will be held at 5 p.m. on today, Nov. 17 in the legislative chambers (3rd floor) of the Gerace Office Building at 3 North Erie Street in Mayville. The meeting will be in person and open to the public. The meeting will also be available on the County’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ChautauquaCountyGovernment/

You can also check the project webpage for updates on the project: https://bartonloguidice.mysocialpinpoint.com/chautauqua

Ripley School Board To Meet Tonight

RIPLEY — A regular meeting of the Board of Education of the Ripley Central School District will be held today, Nov. 17, at 6:30 p.m. in the Elementary Library (Room 129) of the Ripley Central School for the purpose of any and all items that come before the board.

Sheriff Quattrone At Next TEA Party Meeting

Sheriff Jim Quattrone will be featured at the Southern Tier TEA Party Patriots monthly meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. at 1309 Norby Rd, Jamestown. He will address the issue of gun retrictions from Albany and the homeless situation in the county. Also, Michael Dee will speak on the subject of “The Fraternal Twins of Communism and Fascism” and how they are present in politics today. Finally, there will be updates on the work being done to push back against big solar and wind in Chautauqua County, as well as what can be done to stem the tide of leftist indoctrination in education.

Blood Drive Scheduled At UPMC

Community Blood Bank will be hosting a blood drive at UPMC Chautauqua on Friday, Nov. 25 from noon to 5 p.m. 

The blood inventory remains severely low and all blood types are needed. There is no better time to donate blood than now!

Community Blood Bank of NWPA & WNY is the exclusive blood supplier to 19 hospitals and 7 Stat MedEvac bases throughout the region. Over the past several months, the number of donors showing up each day has reduced, creating a struggle to meet the needs of local hospitals.

Donating blood is a free, impactful way to give back to your community ­ in less than one hour! Community Blood Bank wants to say to their donors, thanks-for-giving! This week only, donors will receive points for a $10 gift card that is redeemable through the online donor point store.

Blood donations are needed heading into the holiday season, and we ask that all healthy and eligible donors roll up their sleeves and give blood as soon as possible. UPMC Chautauqua is located at 207 Foote Ave Jamestown.

Call (814) 456-4206 to schedule an appointment to donate. Appointments are encouraged to reduce your wait time but are not required. Walk-ins will be taken as space allows.

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