IN TODAY'S TROUBLED WORLD there are many among us who are having to do more with less. In our small community let that less NOT be food/meals. There are many programs out there to help! Foodlink - which distributes needed food goods to anyone in need ( you need NOT be on any type assistance - just bring a photo id) will be at the Springwater Firehall parking area for the next few months. I will keep the upcoming date pinned to the top of this page. There is also a food cup...board where the old Sammys diner used to be which will help anyone in need. If you are home bound, the county also has Meals on Wheels available, I believe there is a small fee but if you cannot afford that fee reach out to us and we will see what can be done. There are also neighboring town food panties/cupboards that will also assist. If you have a need for any other type of service PLEASE reach out to us and we will try to assist you in obtaining that service. EVERYONE - BE A GREAT NEIGHBOR AND SPREAD THE WORD TO THOSE WHO MAY NOT BE ABLE TO SEE THIS INFORMATION.
MY RESPONSE TO MS BAWEL'S ARTICLE WHICH APPEARED IN THE OCTOBER
EDITION OF THE LAKE COUNTRY WEEKENDER CAN BE FOUND ON MY PERSONAL FACEBOOK PAGE
IF YOU WOULD LIKE THE TRUE FACTS I WOULD SUGGEST YOU READ IT.
THE 2018 FISCAL STRESS REPORT CAN BE FOUND UNDER DEPARTMENTS - TOWN SUPERVISOR.
Calling All Homeowners & Landlords
CDBG Income Guidelines
If you own a home in Springwater (owner occupied or rental) that is in
need of repairs, and the household income of that home meets the income
guidelines below, please contact the
Town Supervisor's clerk, Jade Perkins, as soon as possible to obtain a
CDBG housing rehabilitation grant pre-application by calling/texting
(585) 519-5745 or emailing email@example.com. Here are
the income limits:
Springwater TOWN BOARD meetings are held
1st & 3rd MONDAY Evenings every month
7pm @ Town Hall 8022 S. Main Street