Previous Studies and Reports
Village of Allegany
Throughout the years the village is continually looking at ways to improve and to establish policies that will guide future development in the Village of Allegany in order to promote viable economic development, to enhance its family-centered and small village character, to enhance the livability and attractiveness of the community, and to preserve natural resources. Plans to protect and promote the health, safety and general welfare of the people of the Village, while giving due consideration to the needs of the people of the region of which the village is a part is vitally important. Below are previous studies that have occurred to assit us in accomplishing our goal.
Village and Town of Allegany Shared Services Study
In 2007 the Village and Town of Allegany were awarded a Shared Municipal Services Incentive Grant of $58,000.00 from New York Department of State, Division of Local Government to study potential impacts and the extent of efficiencies created by a possible dissolution and merger of the village. The Rochester-based consulting firm, Center for Governmental Research (CGR) gathered information to examine consolidation of services between the two municipalities in order to provide insight to the boards and citizens of the community. Click on the PDF below for more information:
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