posted on October 05, 2011 05:24
The consolidation clock starts ticking now for the Batavia City School District.
The Batavia Board of Education last night hosted its final public forum on a proposed district consolidation.
Board members now have six months to decide on a final plan, which will close the current administration building, and re-align the elementary school structure throughout the district. Read the entire story HERE
Elsewhere in Batavia Schools the search is on for a replacement to fill Andy Pedro’s seat on the school board.
Pedro submitted his resignation Monday night, saying his day-job is preventing him from completing his elected duties.
The school district is accepting all applicants for the job. The term runs through next June. Interested residents may apply by sending a letter of interest. The mailing address is:
Scott Rozanski,BCSD Board Clerk
39 Washington Avenue
Batavia, NY 14020
More residential burglaries reported in the City of Batavia.
Two more homes were entered over the last weekend of September, bringing total home burglaries in the city to 6 last month alone.
One of the newly-reported break-ins was on East Avenue.
Thieves stole about 150-dollars cash from a purse inside the home.
The other break-in was on Trumbull Parkway, and the suspect was chased from the home before any property could be taken.
Batavia Police continue to review evidence in the cases. No arrests have been made.
From WBTA’s Eye on Government:
The City of Batavia will hold a special public meeting tonight, for a presentation by the planning firm “CZB.”
CZB was hired this summer by City Hall to study the quality of life in Batavia. Their presentation tonight includes several months of studies and interviews with the local population.
According to City Manager Jason Molino, the City hopes to gain insight on neighborhood revitalization, city growth, and business opportunities.
That presentation begins at 7 o’clock tonight in the City Hall Board Room. The public is welcome to attend.