posted on December 30, 2009 07:52
A local snowmobile club should have their bridge re-installed in the Town of Alabama within a month.Back in September, the Oakfield Sno-Packers built a small bridge over a creek. Just one month later, the county took the bridge out claiming the club had not followed proper procedure.With snowmobile season now in full swing, County Manager Jay Gsell says the wheels of government are slowly turning to re-install the span: LISTEN The bridge, which was removed in one piece, is now back in the possession of the Oakfield Sno-Packers.
There was a whole lotta swearing going on at the Genesee County Courthouse.
The oaths of office were administered last night to all office holders who won election in November. This list included Batavia City Councilmen and women, Town Officials and county legislators. The Batavia City Council holds their organizational meeting for the new term next Monday. Former Ward Two Councilwoman Mary Ann Clattenburg is expected to be named council president. Her successor in Ward Two has yet to be announced.
Admitted embezzler Paul Ryan Tenney has his sentencing delayed, again.
Tenney skimmed over a hundred-thousand dollars from Batavia contractor Elcon Incorporated, while working as the company’s bookkeeper.
Tenney’s sentencing has been delayed several times before, as the court attempted to confirm that Tenney had entered a drug treatment program.
Tenney’s new sentencing date is next Monday.
The Genesee County Local Drug Task Force busts two at a Batavia hotel.
Police say they received a tip about drug sales at the Days Inn off Noonan Drive.
A search of one room at the hotel turned up a thousand-dollars worth of crack cocaine and two suspects:
25-year-old Taheed Moffett and 22-year-old Lekisha Avant, both of Rochester, face felony drug charges.
That Canadian woman who led local police on a high speed chase two weeks from one end of Genesee County to the other, is facing a slew of charges.
In Genesee County alone, 24 year old Crystal Pinnock has been slapped with 14 traffic violations in four Genesee County towns and the city of Batavia. She also faces charges in Orleans County.