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Village
of
Angola

41 Commercial St

Angola, NY 14006

(716) 549-1126

fax: (716) 549-5130

email: villageofangola@gmail.com

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The Village of Angola is seeking proposals from artists to paint a mural on North side of the building located at 167 North Main Street, home to the popular take out restaurant, Angola's China Kitchen.  The mural will be painted directly on the outside of the brick building.  The art will welcome visitors into the Central Business District in the Village of Angola.  The placement of the artwork will allow visitors to take photos and share the mural location on social media.  The goal of the mural is to bring vibrancy and meaning into the area, create a sense of community and show historical identity. The art will start conversations in the community and bring people together to view the work.

A commission of up to $5000 is available for the chosen artist.  Artists are required to provide all supplies and materials to complete the work.

Interested artists should submit a bio, past drawings, and a sketch to Nicole at angolaclerk@villageofangola.org or call 716-549-1126.

This program is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Services Inc

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GARBAGE & RECYCLING REMINDERS
  • Nothing is to be put out prior to 6pm Tuesday evening.​
  • Place all garbage & recycling material within 5 feet of the curb.
  • Eight (8) items is the maximum allowed for weekly collection.  This includes trash bags, garbage containers, yard waste, and/or bulky waste.
  • You are allowed one large item per week (couch, table, mattress, etc.)
    • ​Mattresses must be enclosed in a heavy duty mattress bag.
  • The maximum weight of any container allowed is 50 pounds.
  • Recycling is every other week.

​Southtowns Rural Preservation Company is now administering the Southtowns RESTORE Program.  This provides up to $10,000 to eligible homeowners age 60 and older.
Click HERE for guidelines and an application.

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