posted on October 12, 2011 07:50
The Batavia City Council has approved the sale of 19 acres of land on Park Road to the town of Batavia.
The $150,000 deal was approved last night. The council vote was 7 to 1. Only council President Marianne Clattenburg voted no.
The Town plans to build a joint town courts facility to include Elba and Oakfield’s courts.
Clattenburg questioned why the towns couldn't use the existing courts facility in the city.
Council also approved, with some debate, the hiring of a consultant to continue the possible consolidation of the City and Town of Batavia. Read more on this HERE
It was a major marijuana bust in Livingston County.
It ended with the seizure of hundreds of pot plants and dozens of guns and the arrest of a mother and son.
WBTA News learned more about that Alexander Mom we told you about yesterday morning – the one deputies said was so drunk, she didn’t know where her kids were.
31-year-old Jolene Goodell was charged with two counts endangering the Welfare of a Child.
Deputies said Goodell attempted to explain her lack of knowledge about her children by saying she was playing a game of "hide and go seek." Read our entire story HERE
Construction officially begins today on the brand new yogurt factory in the Town of Batavia.
A ceremonial groundbreaking has been scheduled for 10:30 this morning for Alpina Foods. The Bogota, Columbia company will build a 15-million dollar plant in the Genesee Valley Agri-Business Park near the county fairgrounds.
The company expects to employ 50 people when it is finished next May.