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Supervisor Bill Reilich is pleased to partner with Monroe County and announce that Recruiting on the Road will be in the Town of Greece on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at the Greece Town Hall. The mission of Recruiting on the Road is to connect employers in our region with local job seekers.

Please see below for a listing of the benefits associated for both the participating business and the job seeker:

For the Business:

  • Event promotion through participating partners, employers, and host location – at no cost to your business.
  • Opportunity to network, screen and/or interview with committed job seekers.
  • Premier opportunity to showcase your current job openings.
  • Special access to the community’s talented workforce through Recruiting on the Road’s enhanced recruiting tools.

For the Job Seeker:

  • Exclusive opportunity to connect with employers in their communities.
  • Businesses in attendance are hiring and may interview applications on site.
  • Variety of public and private sector businesses ranging from civil service to advanced manufacturing to health care and other industries.
  • Attendees are asked to come prepared for an interview, bring extra copies of their resumes and dress for success.
  • Referral to job placement and job readiness programs.

“I am proud to partner with Monroe County in bringing Recruiting on the Road to Greece”. said Supervisor Bill Reilich. “Bringing jobs to this region has been a top priority since taking office, and I encourage all Greece residents seeking employment to take advantage of this great opportunity to explore jobs in this area”.

Waterfront Residents: Please click the following link to download the Lake Ontario and Connected Waterways Assessment Relief Application. 

Lake Ontario and Connected Waterways Assessment Relief Application 

Supervisor Bill Reilich and the Greece Community and Senior Center today hosted the “Dog Days of Summer” event at the Greece Town Hall Campus. The Dog Days of Summer event is the last of three Wild Over Water (W.O.W.) Zone special events of the summer. For all events, normal splash pad and playground rules apply. For more information regarding summer activities for kids, please call the Community and Senior Center at 723-2425.  

This year’s Dog Days of Summer event boasted several festivities, including bounce houses, an arts and crafts table, hot dogs for sale, and “costumed dogs” playing soccer and other fun activities with the kids. Representatives from the Greece Public Library were also present handing out free books to kids.

“We were thrilled to see so many young residents at this year’s Dog Days of Summer event”. Said Supervisor Reilich. “It’s great seeing the community enjoy the activities, splash pad, and our new Kids Canyon Playground”.

Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich and the Greece Community and Senior Center today hosted the Town of Greece Senior Picnic. The event, which was sponsored by the American Legion Greece Post 468, was held under the Pavilion and included live music and a buffet lunch.

During introductions, Supervisor Reilich and Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn had an exciting announcement for the seniors. They announced that they will be partnering to host a free Senior Citizen Police Academy. This academy will offer senior citizens a unique look into the Sheriff’s office and operations. Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn, District Attorney Sandra Doorley, the Public Defender’s Office, and Family Court Judges will be participating in this informative training opportunity. As part of the program, attendees will have the opportunity to tour the Hall of Justice, the Public Safety Training Facility, and the Emergency Communications Department. Please see below for additional information.

Dates: Thursdays, August 31 – October 19

Times: Bus leaves Greece Community and Senior Center at 8:30am sharp

Cost: Free

Registration: Is required – please stop by the Greece Community and Senior Center or call 723-2425 to register. Please note that space is limited.

“I am very excited to partner with Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn to offer our vibrant seniors participation in the Senior Citizen Police Academy”. said Supervisor Reilich. “I hope many take advantage of this great opportunity!”

Supervisor Bill Reilich has announced that representatives from the New York State Department of Financial Services will be at the Greece Town Hall Campus tomorrow, Saturday, August 19th, from 10am – 8pm. Trained professionals will set up an Insurance RV in the Greece Town Hall Campus parking lot and assist water front residents with navigating through insurance concerns. If your residential property was damaged as a result of the increased water levels and you have been unable to come to a satisfactory resolution with your insurance agency, you are invited to speak with these professionals, who will walk you through next steps.

The mission of the New York State Department of Financial Services is to guard residents against financial crisis. Their goal is to ensure fair, timely and equitable fulfilment on the financial obligations of insurance providers and to encourage high standards of business practices and public responsibility by these providers. Town of Greece water front residents are encouraged to utilize these professionals.

Supervisor Bill Reilich is partnering with Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn and the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office to host a free Senior Citizen Police Academy. This academy will offer senior citizens a unique look into the Sheriff’s office and operations. Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn, District Attorney Sandra Doorley, the Public Defender’s office, and Family Court Judges will be participating in this informative training opportunity. As part of the program, attendees will have the opportunity to tour the Hall of Justice, the Public Safety Training Facility, and the Emergency Communications Department.

Please see below for additional information:

Dates: Thursdays, August 31 – October 19

Times: Bus leaves Greece Community and Senior Center at 8:30am sharp

Cost: Free

Registration: Is required – please stop by the Greece Community and Senior Center or call 723-2425 to register. Please note that space is limited.

Supervisor Bill Reilich and the Greece Chamber of Commerce today held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the addition of a spa to Polished Salon in Greece. The salon and spa are located in Country Village Plaza at 1100 Long Pond Road, Suite 110B.

Polished Salon and Spa offers a variety of services, including hair, nail, and lash treatments, tanning, makeup, and waxing services, facial and massage services, microblading, and injections/fillers. All of the employees at Polished Salon have gone through rigorous certification and training programs. For more information about Polished Salon and their new spa addition, please call 585-227-8619. Supervisor Reilich was joined by Chamber of Commerce President Sarah Lentini, Senator Joe Robach, Councilwoman Diana Christodaro, and Polished Salon and Spa owner Tiffany Tarantello and many of her staff to cut the ribbon and declare that Polished Salon and Spa was open for business.

“I was honored to join Tiffany and her staff for the ribbon cutting ceremony and celebration of her new addition of a spa to Polished Salon”. said Supervisor Reilich. “Country Village Plaza is home to vibrant businesses in Greece, and we are excited to welcome further developments. I wish Polished Salon and Spa great success with their expansion”.

Tuesday evening, Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich was joined by Town Board Members Mike Barry, Brett Granville, Andrew Conlon, and Diana Christodaro and Greece Police Chief Patrick Phelan for a proclamation ceremony honoring the Bishop Kearney Varsity Girls Softball Pitcher Emily Phelan for her numerous athletic accomplishments this season and for achieving the title of New York State Player of the Year.

The title of New York State Player of the Year is awarded to students based on their outstanding achievements in their particular sport. This past season, Emily set several Section V Title records, including pitching 3 perfect games, having 9 no-hitters, having 358 strikeouts, and having a .42 ERA (Earned Run Average). Her achievements are also Bishop Kearney records. Emily and the other members of the Bishop Kearney Varsity Girls Softball Team ended a 35 year drought by winning the Section V Title this year. They then proceeded to capture the Western Regional Championship, and finished up the season by winning the New York State Championship in a thrilling 4-3 victory over Pine Plains of Duchess County in Glens Falls, New York. In addition to these achievements, the team was also a unanimous choice for the Team of the Year title, and ranked number 1 in the State in the Final Polls. They set a final record of 25-2, and had 22 straight victories this season.

“I was honored to present Emily with a proclamation recognizing her achievement of the title of New York State Player of the Year”. said Supervisor Bill Reilich. “The Town of Greece is proud of individuals like Emily who exemplify perseverance and determination in attaining their goals”.

Tuesday evening, Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich was joined by Town Board Members Mike Barry, Brett Granville, Andrew Conlon, and Diana Christodaro for a proclamation ceremony honoring the Bishop Kearney Varsity Girls Softball Team for their numerous athletic accomplishments this season.

The Bishop Kearney Varsity Girls Softball Team ended a 35 year drought this past season by winning the Section V Title. They then proceeded to capture the Western Regional Championship, and finished up the season by winning the New York State Championship in a thrilling 4-3 victory over Pine Plains of Duchess County in Glens Falls, New York. In addition to these achievements, the team was also a unanimous choice for the Team of the Year title, and ranked number 1 in the State in the Final Polls. They set a final record of 25-2, and had 22 straight victories this season.

“It was an honor to present the coaches and the Bishop Kearney Varsity Girls Softball Team  with proclamations recognizing their outstanding athletic accomplishments this season”. Said Supervisor Bill Reilich. “Their dedication, determination, and hard work resulted in their capture of the New York State Championship”.

Today, Supervisor Bill Reilich held a ribbon cutting ceremony and welcomed Bare Element Laser Salon to Greece. The new business is located at 1948 West Ridge Road.

Bare Element Laser Salon is owned and operated by Paige Cleary, who has been trained and certified by the National Laser Institute, NY Laser Outlet, and the Esthetic Advisor Laser Academy in laser hair reduction, laser safety, and medical professional laser didactic theory. Paige’s salon offers laser hair removal, photo facials, dark spot removal, micro needling, chemical peel, dermaplaning, LED teeth whitening, bare lash lift, brow microblading, and hair restoration microblading. For more information, check out her website at www.bareelementlasersalon.com. Supervisor Reilich was joined by Councilman Andrew Conlon, Councilman Brett Granville, Councilwoman Diana Christodaro, owner and operator Paige Cleary, and many of her friends and family to cut the ribbon and declare that Bare Element Laser Salon was open for business.

“I was honored to host a ribbon cutting ceremony for Bare Element Laser Salon”. said Supervisor Reilich. “I am always happy to welcome new businesses to the Town of Greece. I wish owner Paige Cleary and her business great success”.