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Interesting SLI Facts
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Real Estate & Rentals



Interesting Facts about SLI for Real Estate and Rentals

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Interesting Facts about the Silver Lake Institute

We are a 5013C corporation initially Chartered by the New York Legislature in 1857 with a new amended and current charter issued in 2016.

We are governed by a Board of Trustees made up of 12 cottage owners that are elected annually by the cottage owners. Trustees are elected for a three year term.

We are a community of both year round and seasonal owners who enjoy the sunsets, the lake and our neighbors.

The Lakefront greenway is owned by the Institute--all waterfront spaces are leased for an annual fee and must be maintained by the lessee. Any changes or improvements to the leased space must be approved by the Board of Trustees.

As a chartered Institute we are expected to offer programs in art, music, culture, education and spirituality during the months of July and August. We would hope that you would join in the fun and come to the Friday concerts, Saturday evening Coffee Houses, Sunday worship services, children's July 3rd bike parade, lectures desserts on the dock, and all of the other events on our packed summer calendar.

Saturday Mornings during July and August there is a morning cafe at Stoody Hall where you can come to meet with neighbors over a cup of coffee and a delicious breakfast. It is a great place to make new friends.

You pay a Silver Lake Institute tax which: pays for the upkeep of our historic buildings and the big blue dock, maintains our private roads, pays for the groundskeeper who provides the snow plowing in the winter and the mowing in the summer. These funds also assist the programming budget and allow for other improvements as necessary.

Garbage is picked up weekly and must have a sticker on each bag. Stickers may be purchased at the Institute office. Arrangements can be made to dispose of large items by contacting the Groundskeeper.

Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on any of the private grounds owned by the Institute including the waterfront, greenway, roads, buildings and parks. It is permitted on your private property and within your own buildings.

All property sales are subject to approval by the Board of Trustees. If you have other questions that your real estate agent can't answer, feel free to contact the Silver Lake Institute@frontier.com. We look forward to your becoming a part of this special community and look forward to meeting you and yours.
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SLI Office Phone (leave a message) 585-237-6639SLI Official Email: silverlakeinstitute@frontier.com


Q - WHAT ARE THE OUTER BORDERS OF THE SLI?
A - (Part 1) - The north-south borders of the Silver Lake Institute are between Camp Road and Chapman Road. The east-west borders of the Silver Lake Institute are from the current and former lands of the Charcoal Corral on the east and Silver Lake on the west, but the eastern line is not straight and not easily defined here. The southern border of the Village of Perry is to the center of Camp Road. From the center of Camp Road to the southern right of way of the same Camp Road is under the jurisdiction of the Town of Castile, NY (originally a part of the Silver Lake Institute before agreement was reached for the Town of Castile to take control and ownership of it).
A - (Part 2) - Historically, Asbury Camp & Retreat Center was SLI property. In 1959 it was sold to the WNY Conference but remained within the SLI borders and tax base. In 2016, the UpperNY Conference negotiated with the SLI and received court approval to be separated and removed from the SLI grounds. There are still individually owned lots on Lakeside Ave. that have joined SLI and are now "little islands" of the Silver Lake Institute and therefore under its jurisdiction.

Q - HOW CAN THE WALKER ROAD SECTION BE BOTH 
THE VILLAGE OF PERRY AND THE TOWN OF CASTILE?
A - The Perry Village's borders extend beyond the Town of Perry and actually into the Town of Castile--an arrangement which gave the Village of Perry the long stretch of lake shoreline along Walker, Lake, and Euclid Avenues in the Walker Tract. Therefore, Camp Road's southern right of way is the dividing line between the Silver Lake Institute and the southern lane of Camp Road belonging to the Town of Castile, NY. The center of Camp Road is where the Village of Perry jurisdiction begins, but both the Silver Lake Institute and the Walker Road section of the Village of Perry BOTH sit within the land area whose borders are within the Town of Castile, NY. One does not need to know borders since the County's Emergency Number is centralized with all Fire and Emergency Departments ensuring that callers will receive more than one response to a Fire or Emergency call.

Q - WHAT IS THE COUNTY EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER
A - 
911 - Please be prepared to give them your countywide, 4-digit house number assigned for emergency purposes and be sure that number is posted large enough and visible enough from the street with reflective numbers.




Q - WHAT IS THE WYOMING COUNTY HOSPITAL'S PHONE NUMBER?
A - 585-786-2233 - Wyoming County Community Health System (and Hospital) 
     (400 N Main St) - Directions: Click HERE
Q - WHAT IS THE WYOMING COUNTY BUREAU OF FIRE'S PHONE NUMBER?
A - 585-786-8867 (151 N. Main St.)

Q - WHERE DO I GO TO VOTE IN THE TOWN OF CASTILE?
A - 
Wolf Creek Event Center, 12 S. Main St. (Rt. 39)

Q - WHERE DO I GO TO GET TO THE COURTS OF CASTILE?
A -  The main Municipal Building at 12 N. Main St. in Castile.

Q - WHERE DO I GO TO WITNESS THE TOWN BOARD MEETINGS OF CASTILE?
 A - The main Municipal Building at 12 N. Main St. in Castile.

Q - WHY IS THERE NO HOME DELIVERY OF U.S. MAIL?
A -  99% of all roads leading to where people live in the SLI are both Private Roads (not public) and too narrow for two-way traffic.  The P.O. does not travel on Private Roads. Perry Avenue, now a municipal road, but used to be a private road belonging to the SLI. Mail delivery on Perry Avenue would give it another zip code and U.S. Postal policy is only one zip code to an area.

Q - HOW DO I RECEIVE MY U.S. MAIL?       
A - 
A free post office box will be assigned to an SLI property owner, upon request, for the purpose of receiving mail.

Q - IN WHAT SCHOOL DISTRICT DO MY CHILDREN ATTEND SCHOOL?
A - 
Children of SLI attend the Perry School District. Therefore, voting for school board officers takes place in Perry. The Perry Library is funded as an addition to the Perry School Taxes. Voting for Library officials takes place at the Perry Library. The Perry Library is equipped with internet research capability; the Library in Castile does not have internet research capability for pubic use. (continued) Announcements of elections posted in both Perry Herald and the PennySaver in addition to other free county papers and silver lake online news mediums.

Q - WHERE DO I REGISTER MY CHILDREN FOR THE PERRY SCHOOL DISTRICT? WHERE ARE THE SCHOOLS LOCATED?
A -  
585-237-0270 (main number for District and both schools)
·        A - Perry Elementary School (K-4, right side of building) and Perry Middle School (Grades 5-8, left side of building) are both in the same building on Olin Ave. near Benedict St. and is accessible from North Center St., just north of Rite Aid Pharmacy (follow road completely around and completely past the High School).
·        A - Perry High School is located at the corner of Watkins Ave. and Hawthorne St. and is accessible from North Center St., just north of Rite Aid Pharmacy. (Perry High School is recognized in the National Rankings and earned a bronze medal.) 

Q – WHAT ARE THE PHONE NUMBERS FOR LOCAL UTILITIES?
A -
·                     Water: (585) 493-2233 (Town Clerk, Town of Castile, NY)
·                     Electric: NYSE&G  (800) 572-1111
·                     Natural Gas: RG&E 1.800.743.2110
·                     Cable TV and or Internet: (855) 757-7328 (Spectrum--former Time Warner)  
·                     Landline Phone and/or Internet: (877) 434-2875 (Frontier of Rochester, NY)  

Q – WHERE ARE THE SCHOOL & COUNTY BUS ROUTES
Perry Avenue is the only public road running through the Institute. 
·                     A - There are two stops made on Perry Avenue for School Children: (1) Just one lot north of the Post Office on Perry Avenue and (2) corner of Perry Ave. and Haven Ave. 
·                     A - The County Bus will stop anywhere along Perry Avenue when requested - (585) 786-6050. Any use of County Bus service must be requested ahead of time.

Q – WHERE CAN I GROCERY SHOP?
·                     A - Closest: Perry Market, Rt. 246 in the Village of Perry (basic variety)             5 minutes
·                     A - Farther: Tops Market, Rt. 19N in the Village of Warsaw (larger variety)    15 minutes
·                     A - Farthest: Tops and Wegmans, Rt. 20A in the Village of Geneseo (best variety) 20 minutes

Q – WHEN IS GARBAGE PICK UP
See SLI Office Hours (below).
Q – WHAT ARE THE SLI OFFICE HOURS

·                     A - Mondays only from 3 to 5 pm. Requests for permits (building, tree, golf cart, weddings) will be received and forms given out to be filled out and returned.
·                     A - Garbage stickers will be sold at $2.50 each and must be placed on the garbage bag in order for the bag to be picked up.
·                     A - Garbage pickup is Tuesday mornings.


Q – WHERE CAN I GET GASOLINE TO FUEL MY VEHICLE?

Usually all competitively priced.
·                     A - Full Service Kwik Fill on South Main in Perry, closest to the SLI
·                     A - Self Serve at the Crosby's (formerly Mobile Mart), Rt. 246 (Center St.) corner Lake Ave.
·                     A - Self Serve at the Perry Market, Rt. 246 in the Village of Perry


Q – IS THE
SLI WATERFRONT OPEN TO ALL SLI RESIDENTS?
A -
·                     Buyers should be aware that the Institute owns the waterfront property, leases it to private individuals on the official waiting list (maintained at the SLI office), and is not for public use.  
·                     Although part of the deed, properties with waterfront are leased from the Institute and have an annual fee based on footage. 
·                     There is an annual inspection of the waterfront and it is up to those with waterfront leases to maintain their designated footage.
·                     The swimming area (with adult supervision), the fishing area, the Blue Dock, and the Greenway are for use by all SLI residents and their guests until closing at 11 pm, but open only for the general public upon publicized invitation to a specific event.
·                     Swimming at the Asbury Pool is available to SLI residents on a summer weekend schedule published in the Spring Newsletter.
·                     No alcohol, tobacco or illegal drugs at any time on SLI streets or public grounds.

Q – ARE THERE RULES FOR BISHOP BURT PARK?
A -
·                     The Park is open to all residents and their guests from 7 am to 11 pm Closing. 
·                     Open only for the general public upon publicized invitation to a specific event. 
·                     No alcohol, tobacco or illegal drugs at any time on SLI streets or public grounds.



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