With Fox River at Record Height Nunda Township Trustee Says Need for Sandbagging Volunteers “Urgent”

An email from Nunda Township Trustee Mike Shorten: Urgent… Volunteers still needed Good Morning, Despite reports relayed in the media that the Fox River had crested yesterday, the Nunda Road District Employees have seen otherwise and the water has risen … Continue reading

Nunda Township Still Seeking Volunteers for Sandbagging until 9 Sunday Night

Yesterday Nunda Township Supervisor-Elect Lee Jennings sent out another robo-call seeking volunteers. [Jennings identified this as Rawson Bridge Road near the Broken Oar.  When he emailed me, he said the water was higher on Monday morning.] People are needed for … Continue reading

Fox River Still Rising, Nunda Township Sends Out Another Plea for Volunteers

Another message from Nunda Township Trustee Mike Shorten: “The sandbagging operation continues today as the river is not expected to crest until sometime tonight or early tomorrow morning. “We need people to fill, tie and stack sandbags today.  I’m attaching … Continue reading

Nunda Township Still Seeking Sandbagging Help

Here’s the text of Township Supervisor-Elect Lee Jennings robo-call yesterday: “This is Lee Jennings, your newly elected Nunda Township Supervisor. “Nunda Township is currently operating a sandbagging program to help our residents affected by the recent flooding. “This program will … Continue reading

Message of the Day – Adaptive Reuse

After eating Mother’s Day brunch at a very crowded Port Edward in Algonquin, we went across Route 62 to Cornish Park along the Fox River. The river was high, as you can see, but certainly not as high as it … Continue reading