Officials in the city of Auburn are moving forward with re-activating a nuisance board, which had been dormant for a significant amount of time.
City Manager Jeff Dygert told Finger Lakes News Radio that the board has been on the books for a number of years. However, it was inactive for an extended period.
The board is composed of Dygert, Police Chief Shawn Butler and Fire Chief Mark Fritz- who will meet monthly to go over city-related issues.
The meetings will be open to the public, according to Dygert, who says that resuming meetings was necessary.
“We have this ordinance- it’s been on the books for a number of years- we’re going to dust it off and see if we can’t get some relief for neighborhoods,” Dygert told Finger Lakes News Radio.
The public can submit concerns, which will be reviewed by the three-person board.
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