Re-dedication of the World War I memorial

On April 29th, 2017 at 1 PM at the Methodist Church in Sodus Point (on Bay Street next to the fire hall), we will rededicate the World War 1 memorial once more complete with its machine gun (this time welded in!). The Neighborhood Association of Sodus Point has also sponsored a new plaque that tells …

LEGAL Public Hearing on April 26, 2017

Please be advised that the Board of Trustees of the Village of Sodus Point will hold a Public Hearing on April 26, 2017, at 6:45 PM in the Village Hall, 8356 Bay Street, Sodus Point, NY. The purpose of this meeting is to allow for oral and/or written comments on the proposed 2017-18 Budget. The proposed compensation to be paid to the Board of Trustees from the 2017-18 budget, Mayor $6000, Deputy Mayor $3600 and three Trustees $3000 each. A copy of the tentative budget is available at the Village Clerk’s Office where it may be inspected by any interested person during office hours, Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Tracy B Durham
Village Clerk/Treasurer

State of Emergency Village Sodus Point, NY April 20, 2017

Sodus Point, NY, 4-25-2017 An extension of Sodus Point’s Emergency Order for No Wake in Great Sodus Bay has been issued effective 12:01 a.m. on April 25, 2017. This Emergency Order will stay in effect for five (5) days unless rescinded earlier by the Chief Executive of the Village of Sodus Point LOCAL EMERGENCY ORDER …

Sodus Point Wastewater System Update – April 19, 2017

When Plan 2014 was approved in December the village began to work with our engineer regarding actions that we needed to take. Our engineers have outlined the long term remediation actions needed and we have begun to seek funding for that.

Since we are faced with a potential flood now, we have waterproofed all 49 manholes that are below 250 above sea level using temporary solutions approved by our engineer. We chose that level because all the triggers in Plan 2014 are under 249 feet. There is no guidance on the right height to plan for from any source, Plan 2014 has left us all on our own.

We will begin next to waterproof the 3 pump stations that are below 250 feet. We will do that in a 2-step process. First, we will caulk and lay plastic and then cover the tops with sand bags. If the water continues to come up, we will build moats around the stations and deploy pumps, much like Arney’s has done.

We are taking these steps so that bay/lake water does not enter our system and over whelm it. If your sump pump discharges into your wastewater line, moving that to discharge outside will both help now and bring you into compliance with NYS codes.

It is our goal to keep everything running. If we begin to experience problems that indicate that may not be possible we will let you know.

We continue to meet with our engineer to take all the steps we can. We are also meeting with Wayne County Water Authority on Friday to seek their advice and help as we move forward.

Updates will be issued if anything changes one way or the other. You will be able to see the water level on the village website, soon. There are several sites on the internet where this is available today.

Dave McDowell, Wastewater Commissioner