For Sale or Rent.
7262 Poverty Hill Rd, Ellicottville. 4 bedrooms, 2 bath house and 14 acres. Outrageous renovation with cathedral ceilings, cedar siding, natural wood. Large LR, DR, and kitchen. First floor laundry. Freshly painted, with new LR carpet. 225K. Will consider partial owner financing or cash discount. Rental includes entire house, less 1 bedroom/bath which has separate entrance. Easily sleeps 8. $350/night, minimum 2 nights, short-term rentals only. 716-574-3179 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beach front year round Lake Erie vacation home. Port Colborne, ON (+ – 1 hr GTA). Main house 3 BR with2BR guest house. Well maintained, private road, many updates. Details search Craigslist “Niagara–housing” or call 716-694-4574 or 873-9406.
One Bedroom plus sitting room, great room w/fireplace, all new appliances & cabinets. $625 per month, 2 miles from Holiday Valley. Call 675-3000.
Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Home made pies, cinnamon rolls, sticky buns, breads, cookies & more. Di’s Pies and Bake Shop. Stop at the Red Farm Shop next to Pumpkinville. To order ahead, call 699-2994. Open 7AM – 9PM daily. 4830 Sugartown Rd., Great Valley, NY.
Walkers Welcome in Evening
Ellicottville Central School will host a Walk Program for community members through April 24. The building will be open Monday-Thursday from 6-9 p.m. (when school is in session). Community members are asked to check in each time they walk at the High School back parking lot entrance.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
To allow us to properly remove the snow please park accordingly.
Overnight parking is only allowed in designated areas in the Village and Town of Ellicottville.
Please abide by the local ordinances so everyone can travel safely and have room to park.
Snow storms require immediate snow removal, please move your vehicles daily so the areas can be plowed. Please don’t block sidewalks when parking in driveways.
Any questions please inquire at the Police Department located at One West Washington.
Local Police Department, Village and Town DPW Department, Supervisor Burrell and Mayor Coolidge.