Thursday, October 31, 2013

Lindley-Presho Fire Department Members

1963  Members- Front Row
Glenn Terwilliger, Elmer Huels, Dale Drake, Richard Pierce, Mike Morse 

2013 & 1963  Members-Back Row
Terry Hill, Curt Drake, Gary Kollhoff, Alonzo Toby, Bradley Drake, Blaine Toby, Harry Pierce (1963), Mary Jane Semple, Harold Semple, Randy Hill, Ed Parish, Sheldon Ward (1963), Howard McFall, Dylan Hill, Ed Hawkins  

Thanks to all the past and present members of the Department for all their volunteer services to the Lindley Community for the past 50 years. 
 Thank You to all the members of the Department and to the Lindley  residents  who attended the 50th Anniversary Party for the Fire Department on Sunday October 27th. It was great to see so many in attendance.
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Town of Lindley Events Updates

November 5th Election Ballot available for viewing
The ballots are now available for viewing on the Board of Elections website.  You can go to steubencony.org/boe and click on 2013 General Election Ballots.   Each ballot is listed by town and district (if applicable).  The ballots are 2 sided as there are state, county and some local propositions on the back of the ballot.

Steuben County Board of Election
(P)  607-664-2261
(F)  607-664-2376  (new)

50th Anniversary Party for the Fire Department

YOU'RE INVITED!!
The Lindley-Presho Historical Society is hosting a 50th Anniversary Party for the Lindley-Presho Volunteer Fire Department at the Lindley Town Hall, 637 US 15, Lindley, NY 14858, on Sunday, October 27th from 2:00-4:00pm.  Past, present and future Volunteer Fire Fighters will be honored, and refreshments will be served.  All are welcome!!

Hoping the Lindley Community will take a few minutes to thank the Fire Department Members for all their volunteer services to the town.

                  Lindley -Presho Fire Department Members 1963 and 2011

 
Front Row -Elmer Huels, Francis Toby, Renee' Toby, Anthony Van Gordon
Back Row- Mike Morse,Harry Pierce, Blaine Toby, Alonzo Toby, Dick Pierce, Terry Hill, Bradley Drake, Ed Hawkins 
 
 
 

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Vacancy on Lindley Town Board

Letters of Interest being accepted to fill vacant Town Board seat
NOTICE:
The Lindley Town Board is accepting letters of interest to fill a position on the Lindley Town Board due to an early vacancy.  This position is for the remainder of 2013.  Applicants should include why they would like to enter into public service.  Letters of interest will be accepted through Friday, October 18th.  The Town Board will review and appoint a qualified applicant Wednesday, October 23rd at 7:00 pm at the Lindley Town Hall.  Please mail or submit letters to the Lindley Town Clerk's office, Lindley Town Hall, 637 US 15, PO Box 62, Lindley NY  14858.
By order of the Lindley Town Board
10/9/2013
607-523-8816

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

A Great Day in the Town of Lindley,N.Y.

Dignitaries at Rt.15  Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
10/8/2013
A view of Lindley,New York  from the new 4 lane Route U.S.15
(Note no exit at Lindley hamlet)
 
Ribbon cutting ceremony October 8,2013  -11A.M on Northbound Lane of  Route 15  (Town Of Lindley) -(someday to be I 99
 
Today was a beautiful day for the long awaited opening of 4 lanes of traffic through the Town of Lindley N.Y
        This project has been discussed since plans were made to extend the 4 lane highway to Presho, N.Y. from Painted Post. (That section of the project was completed in 1970- if I recall correctly.) 
         In 1997, Pennsylvania and New York authorities started discussions to continue the 4 lane highway from Presho all the way to Williamsport, Pa. and beyond.
 Today -marked the end of 16 years of planning and  construction.
Lindley residents and travelers along the 5 miles of 2 lanes of traffic from Presho to Lawrenceville can all gave a collective sigh of relief that this 5 miles is finally completed.
 
On a historical note- In the Wellsboro newspaper archives on line from the Wellsboro, Penna. Green Library is an article stating in 1923, the last 5 miles of concrete to be finished from Presho, N.Y.to Lawrenceville, Penna. was finally completed. This was the last 5 miles to be finished on the north/south route from Buffalo, N.Y. to Washington, D.C.   Today - history was repeated with the completion of these same 5 miles.
 
Photo credits to Fran Temple   -Thank You 
And a thank you to Bill Canfield and Fran Woodring for attending the Rt. 15 project meetings for 16 years and attempting to  keep the Lindley residents informed.
 

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Save the Date

Lindley Fire Station  October 1963

Lindley Fire Station  2002

Sunday October 27
2-4 P. M.
Lindley Town Hall

Plans are underway to honor former and present Volunteer members of the Lindley-Presho Fire Department for 50 years of service to the Lindley community.

 Lindley Residents, friends, neighbors and the public are invited to attend and share in recognizing the Fire Department  members for their contributions to the community.
Please check back for more details.