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Village of Newark Erie Canal Trail Ribbon Cutting on 9/24/20

Village of Newark Mayor Jonathan Taylor and the Village Board of Trustees host a ceremonial ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of the Canal Trail, part of the Empire State Trail system on Thursday morning at the Edgett Street Pedestrian Bridge.

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Newark Mayor Jonathan Taylor .::. Sunday Conversation 5/19/19

Downtown Newark is exploding with growth.

Mayor Jonathan Taylor says that growth and progress is happening thanks to perseverance of current, and past elected leaders. South Main Street has experienced the most-apparent visual overhaul. That project was worth more than $6 million, which was federally funded thanks to years of planning and studies. However, with the added bonus of overhauling the water and sewer infrastructure underneath South Main Street, total investment there is north of $11 million, according to Taylor.

It’s just a couple examples of the growth that’s happened in Newark.

This week’s Sunday Conversation is a one-on-one with Taylor, who has been serving Newark for several years now – learning more each day about the intricacies, and importance of good local government. He credits his success to his Village Board; and the high caliber staff who work for the Village.

Listen to the full-conversation in the podcast player above, or check it out on your favorite platform – like Spotify or iTunes.

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INSIDE THE FLX: Newark Mayor Jonathan Taylor talks Main St. & 2018

On Episode #93 of the Inside the FLX Podcast the Village of Newark takes center stage, as Mayor Jonathan Taylor comes to the FingerLakes1.com Studio to talk about various issues impacting the community he serves. The discussion will look at the latest efforts to revamp Main St., as well as a number of other issues.

Listen to the interview below:

Newark Mayor Jonathan Taylor .::. Inside the FLX with Josh Durso 1/14/16

Jonathan Taylor was elected Mayor of the Village of Newark in 2014 after first serving on the Village Board as Trustee in 2012. He was in-studio on Thursday to talk about economic development, shared services, and the future of Newark.