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Raw sewage seeping into some homes along North Street in Batavia has prompted the city to move ahead quickly to replace a collapsed sewer line.
City Council last night gave the go ahead to seek bids for the project estimated to cost around $600,000.
City Manager Jason Molino said work should be completed by fall.
About 1,100 ft. of 60-year-old sewer line will be replaced.
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The council approved a new five-year agreement with Firland Management to operate the city owned Falleti Ice Arena.
Councilperson Rose Mary Christian tried to reduce the term of the agreement to three years. That measure failed by a 6 to 3 vote.

Batavia City Council President Marianne Clattenburg says she’s thinking about running for the county legislature this fall.
Veteran legislator Hollis Upson has announced he will not seek re-election this fall.
Upson has served in the county legislature for 10 years – says he wants to devote more time to his business.

Summit Street between Washington and Ellsworth will be closed to traffic later this morning for sewer repairs.
The work will begin around 8 am.
Residents are asked not to park in the street.

If you are heading back into Genesee County from the Buffalo area along the state thruway, check your gas gauge before starting out.
There will be no gasoline available at The Pembroke Service Plaza starting around 9 tonight. The travel plaza is being shut down for routine maintenance.
It should reopen by early Wednesday.

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