Breakfast with Santa

Have breakfast with Santa on December 17 at 8 AM at the Middleport Fire Hall. All you can eat pancake breakfast with eggs, sausage, coffee, milk, OJ and water. Real maple syrup from Wolf Maple Products. Adults $6.00 5-12 $4.00 4 and under free A basket raffle will be held the day of the event as well, with lots of great items. And bring your camera!

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Recovery and Relief Effort for Puerto Rico

You may know, Hurricane Maria has caused great destruction on the island of Puerto Rico. Following his visit to Puerto Rico to deliver emergency supplies and see firsthand the widespread damage and devastation from Hurricane Maria, Governor Andrew Cuomo launched the Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort for Puerto Rico. The effort brings together a wide range of civic, business and industry partners to provide needed services, goods and funds to help the people of Puerto Rico recover and rebuild, and provides opportunities for New Yorkers to contribute to the relief efforts. We are asking for all New Yorkers to pitch in on this important effort to prevent a humanitarian crisis as a result of this storm. Across the state, New Yorkers are encouraged to […]

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Little Storytime update

Good News and Bad News, everyone! Bad news: Little Storytime is going on hiatus for the remainder of the month of September. The Good News? It’ll be back for double the fun in October! Starting on October 3rd, Little Storytime will be moved to Tuesdays at both 11am AND 7pm! See you there!

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What’s New at Middleport Pottery?

In 2014, many of you know I made contact with the head of the Prince’s Restoration Trust, which was refurbishing and reopening the famous Middleport Pottery in Stoke on Trent, England. They even generously presented us with 2 pitchers and bowls made at the newly reopened facility, hoping we would use them to entertain visitors with chicken wings and beer. I had to persuade them that the new tea set they wanted to send would not prove as popular as it would in their area. I have faithfully continues to follow the web site in England and enjoy reading all about the fabulous activities they offer. They also have great video of the whole restoration process and the history of the pottery making industry in […]

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Election Results

I would like to thank all of the candidates who ran for this year’s election for doing the job right. Our state and federal candidates could take a lesson from them for remaining aboveboard and clean. It is refreshing to know that we have residents in this Village who are so passionate about caring for it. A huge thank you to the hundreds who took the time to cast their vote. It is a pleasure to know that so many of you were able to to get here. Also, a huge shoutout to our election inspectors, Barbara Kiern and Patricia Reale, for their patience while counting the ballots. The results are as follows: MAYOR: Richard J. Westcott – total of 159 votes Jacob Robert Froman […]

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Payment by Credit Card now available

Payment by credit or debit card is now available at the Village Hall, by phone, or online via the Village’s website – www.villageofmiddleport.org. Online or phone payments are for taxes or water/sewer bills only.  Please note that any applicable fees are the responsibility of the cardholder. The Village does not pay the credit card user fee.

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Get your historical Town of Royalton calendar now!

The calendars are HERE! In the calendar there are over 100 old time pictures from around the town. They will be available on Monday at the following places… Middleport Village Hall, Royalton Hartland Community Library and at the Royalton Town Hall. The price is only $6.00. If you want one mailed to you the price will be $8.00 each. Send check or money order payable to Royalton Bicentennial Committee. Send it to Middleport Village Hall, Attention Christa Lutz, PO Box 186, Middleport, NY 14105.

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Drop box for unwanted prescriptions

Just a reminder, if you have outdated or unwanted prescription drugs or over the counter drugs or supplements, there is a drop box in the Middleport Police Department (22 Main Street, next door to the Village Hall, 24 Main Street) to get rid of those things. This drop box is available to everyone, not just Village residents. If you want to get that outdated stuff out of your house, here is an easy solution to that problem. PLEASE do not flush unwanted items as that has had a tremendously negative impact on the environment. All drugs and supplements deposited in the dropbox are disposed of responsibly by the proper authorities.

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“A Friendly Community” by Anna Wallace is ready

I can finally say to one and all who have been waiting ever so patiently, the books arrived this afternoon and are ready for sale. “A Friendly Community” a book by by Anna Wallace, former Middleport Historian, is now published and available for sale at local locations and online from Amazon. The book, written by Wallace, is full of Middleport history, thanks to Anna. Copies can be purchased for $12 plus tax at the Middleport Family Health Center, the Book Shoppe on Main Street in Medina or the Village Hall. For those who no longer live in the area, you may make your purchase from Amazon in book form or in Kindle editions ($5).  Thank you to all of you for your patience and constant […]

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