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20 January 2018

State of the City Address 2018

http://www.observertoday.com/news/2018/01/mayor-lauds-progress-admits-theres-more-to-do-2/

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19 January 2018

State of the City Address 2018

The 2018 State of the City Address in Dunkirk was delivered by Mayor Rosas to a “jam packed” Standing Room Only crowd who showed their appreciation by giving Mayor Rosas a “Standing O”! Thank you to all of those people who attended and showed their appreciation for another great year in Dunkirk under the leadership of Mayor Wilfred Rosas!

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19 January 2018

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19 January 2018

State of the City Address

The Honorable Mayor Wilfred Rosas will deliver his State of the City Address today at 3:30 PM at the Court Room in City Hall (Second Floor)

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12 January 2018

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Proclamation

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6 January 2018

Standing room only as city of Dunkirk residents and local, county, and state officials packed the Clarion Hotel Conference Center as Dunkirk Mayor Wilfred Rosas hosts Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul to present NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State Address

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5 January 2018

Rec Center Movie Nights

Dates:

  • January 13, 2018
  • February 3, 2018
  • March 3, 2018
  • March 24, 2018
  • April 14, 2018

Admission: $1.00

Popcorn and beverages will be served. The first movie will be Despicable Me 3. Movie titles will be announced the Monday of each Movie Night Week.

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2 January 2018

Press Release

Residents in the 1st Ward in the City may experience reoccurring loud noises starting Wednesday morning, January 3rd 2018, beginning at 7:00 AM and lasting until approximately 3:00 PM for approximately 3-4 days due to scheduled construction happening at the Waste Water Treatment Plant.

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19 December 2017

Commissioner of NYS Homeland Security Mr. Roger L. Parrino, Sr. and NYS Senator Cathy Young were in the city of Dunkirk this morning shown here with Mayor Rosas at the Water Filtration Plant

 

Dunkirk City Mayor Wilfred Rosas and State Senator Catharine Young welcomed Roger L. Parrino, Sr., New York State’s Commissioner of Homeland Security and Emergency Services, to a workshop at the Clarion Hotel Tuesday morning. Mayor Rosas and City DPW Director Randy Woodbury explained how the City’s drinking water intake located one-quarter mile north of Light House Point was threatened by severe storms but received rapid emergency protection.

Pictured are Mayor Rosas and Senator Young standing both sides of Commissioner Parrino, and all three are standing above the buried 36-inch water intake that is now protected by a rock-core revetment to stabilize the lake wall behind the City’s drinking water plant on Lake Shore Drive West. It is a story of danger averted by regional teamwork.

Protecting the Great Lakes shorelines within New York State was the subject of the commissioner’s tour of northern Chautauqua County communities. At the workshop, it was noted that the Great Lakes are visible from the Moon, contain 95 percent of the fresh water in North America and that the water quality is very consistent and reliably treated for use.

Mayor Rosas told the commissioner that the city is very proud of its water treatment plant that uses state-of-the-art granulated activated carbon to filter drinking water for all city residents, for all city industries and businesses, and soon for the new North County Water District that will deliver this high-quality water to State prison facilities in Brocton and to that village and its surrounding area.

Future expansion of the water district will go easterly toward Silver Creek, and the westerly extension now being built may eventually reach Westfield and Ripley.

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14 December 2017

Mayor Wilfred Rosas offers his condolences to the family of Mayor Richard Frey

“Mayor Frey served the City of Dunkirk for three terms, and he always had a smile and a handshake for everyone he met.” Mayor Rosas said.

“Being Mayor of a City such as Dunkirk is not an easy task, and to be elected for three terms says a lot about the individual.  While not everyone may agree, service to one’s country, state or city requires courage and dedication, and that is what Richard Frey exhibited every day that he was in office.  He will be missed by friends and family alike.  My prayers go out to his wife, Pat and their children and grandchildren during this difficult time.” Mayor Rosas told the Observer.

The Mayor has ordered the flags over City Hall to be lowered to half mast in honor of Mayor Frey.