Deputy Mayor Ted McCague Declares Willingness to Accept Acting Mayor Position

When asked about the acting mayor position, Deputy Mayor McCague responded that “I will agree to assume the role if village residents are supportive and if my fellow trustees vote me into that role”.

When asked about the acting mayor position, Deputy Mayor McCague responded that “I will agree to assume the role if village residents are supportive and if my fellow trustees vote me into that role”. Continue reading “Deputy Mayor Ted McCague Declares Willingness to Accept Acting Mayor Position”

The Comprehensive Plan for the Village of Lakewood

Studies and statistics help to quantify what many residents of Lakewood already know-Lakewood is a wonderful community in which to live.

Studies and statistics help to quantify what many residents of Lakewood already know-Lakewood is a wonderful community in which to live.  In October of 2016, Buffalo Business First compiled a statistical analysis of 59 cities and villages in Western New York and found that Lakewood made the list at number 5.  Lakewood outranks 93.1% of the communities that were studied.  Employment base, income level, residential stability, schools, and positive environments for children and seniors were part of the study.  That kind of recognition does not come about without much behind the scenes work by the individuals elected to serve the Village as well as by concerned residents of the Village. Continue reading “The Comprehensive Plan for the Village of Lakewood”

Moving Forward: How Villages are Recreating Themselves

In an age where small towns and villages must work hard to thrive and stay relevant, it’s important for evolving communities to ask “What are the key elements that contribute to our community’s health and success?”

In an age where small towns and villages must work hard to thrive and stay relevant, it’s important for evolving communities to ask “What are the key elements that contribute to our community’s health and success?” Continue reading “Moving Forward: How Villages are Recreating Themselves”