posted on January 20, 2012 07:22
The identity of young woman whose body was recovered from a steep gorge in Wyoming County has yet to be released.
But lawmen say they do not suspect foul play.
The woman’s body was recovered yesterday morning following a missing persons report.
Assistant Warsaw Police Chief Shawn Heubusch said it took two hours to recover the body in the rugged terrain.
Police expect to release the woman’s name later today after all family has been notified.
Bishop Edward Kmiec will be in Batavia this weekend.
The Bishop will host the annual Catholic Charities luncheon at Bohn’s Restaurant on Saturday.
He will outline the charity’s goals and hold a short training workshop for volunteers.
This year, Catholic Charities is aiming to raise 10.6-million dollars, that’s 100-thousand more than last year.
A new collection agency in Batavia is picking up the pieces left by a former company in the same line of work.
Premiere Credit will move into office space on Mill Street, the former home of Pioneer Credit.
The new Premiere Credit CEO, Rob Meck, is a former manager with Pioneer:
"We have experience with the Batavia workforce. We have had a call center there before and we are very impressed with their work ethic and dedication but their overall committment to success. In the industry we are in, that committment is critical", Meck said.
Genesee County Treasurer Scott German has been elected the president of the New York State County Treasurer’s Association.
German has worked for the county for 18 years, the last 8 as County Treasurer.
The county treasurer is an elected position.
The City of Batavia is picking up Christmas Trees. The work will continue until the end of the month.
Place your trees in the parkway, the area between the sidewalk and the curb. Do not bag the tree and make sure the stand has been removed.