posted on April 16, 2014 07:03
A Batavia woman is in trouble over the bad behavior of her dog.
Batavia Police have charged 41-year-old Rhonda Reisman of State Street with harboring a vicious and unlicensed dog.
BPD says the animal attacked a woman along State Street early yesterday who was just out walking her dog.
The woman and her pet were both injured.
Police said there are allegations that same woman had been attacked by the same dog before.
Reisman has also been charged with allowing her dog to run at large.
Reisman was issued court appearance tickets.
Her dog was seized and remanded to the custody of the county animal shelter.
Dawn Nguyen is facing a possible four years in prison after being found guilty of falsifying records to purchase guns for William Spengler. The weapons were used by Spengler to kill two West Webster firefighters in a Christmas Eve ambush in 2012.
Spengler was not allowed to own firearms because of a previous felony conviction, and he apparently paid Nguyen one-thousand-dollars for the guns.
Nguyen was immediately taken into custody after her conviction, and will be sentenced next month.
The Environmental Protection Agency is over stepping its bounds, at least according to Congressman Chris Collins and Genesee County Legislator Shelly Stein.
The issue is over the definition of “navigable waters.”
The EPA is seeking a rule change that would subject even temporary bodies of water like ditches, man-made ponds and even pot holes to the federal Clean Water Act.
Farm Bureau President Dean Norton joined Collins and Stein yesterday in LeRoy to draw attention to the rules which Norton says, the EPA has tried to enact twice before and failed.
Congressman Collins says the change in the EPA regulation could make temporary bodies of water subject to the strict federal regulations that fall under the Clean Water Act and place an unfair burden on farmers.
The Town of Bethany is decided to sell its old Town Hall hoping to preserve its historical value.
The Bethany Town Board has unanimously approved the sale of the building to the Landmark Society of WNY.
The purchase price: $10.
Town officials had been working for years to find the proper use for the 178-year-old building.
They hope the Landmark Society will be more successful in finding an appropriate buyer.