WILLIAMSVILLE, NY (WIVB) - The public is invited to a meeting tonight to talk about the future of the historic Williamsville Water Mill.
The village is looking for public input on the mill which has been vacant for more than five years while the village worked with New York State to restore the structure.
The former water mill dates back to 1811 and has been an iconic feature of the village overlooking Glen Park.
Recently the owners of Sweet Jenny’s, an ice cream and chocolate shop, submitted plans to move to the mill.
Iskalo Development has also submitted a plan which calls for boutique shops, upscale lodging and restaurant space at the mill and two adjacent buildings owned by the village.
The agreement with Iskalo has since expired but the village board is open to all development possibilities, including the Sweet Jenny’s plan, the Iskalo plan or a combination of the two.
The meeting is called for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15 at the Williamsville Village Hall on Main Street.
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