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SWANTON VILLAGE COUNCIL: Downtown Drinking Area Expansion Draws Criticism

PHOTO BY JESSE DAVIS / THE VILLAGE REPORTERLAW ENFORCEMENT UPDATE … Police Chief John Trejo (left) addresses the Swanton Village Council at its last meeting, updating members on recent hires to the department.

By: Jesse Davis

A measure expanding the boundaries of the village’s designated outdoor refreshment area (DORA) drew the ire of one downtown business owner during the Swanton Village Council’s last meeting.

Deacon Dzierzawski, president of Epiphany …


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