posted on August 07, 2010 07:34
A total of 34 young people, all under the age of 21, have been arrested following the latest concert at Darien Lake.
Country music super star Tim McGraw was the attraction, but alcohol is what got these kids in trouble.
Of the 34 arrested for possession of alcohol, three listed an address in Genesee County.
Two men were arrested at the concert for refusing to leave the show and other was busted for fighting with security.
The Batavia City Council will receive a report from City Manager Jason Molino on Monday night, criticizing the city’s Plumbing Board.
the City Manager’s report alleges that members of the Plumbing Board were, quote, “collusive and self-serving” in their jobs.
Molino says the board members’ actions repeatedly flew in the face of Plumbing Board Regulations. Among the violations: not holding enough meetings. Keeping little or no record of meetings. Not acting on submitted applications. Attempting to prevent qualified applicants from taking the Plumbing Exam. And fraudulently grading that exam.
Molino points out, the City and Plumbing Board have taken disputes to court several times since 1967.
Among City Manager’s recommendations to the Board: start keeping meeting minutes, and let a third-party administer and grade the plumbing exam.
City Manager Molino’s entire report can be downloaded HERE
Police in LeRoy are asking for help from the public to catch a thief.
LeRoy P-D reports someone broke into a garage on East Main Street in the village and took two golf bags and a laptop computer.
Police said the heist happened late Thursday night or early yesterday morning. If you have information, call LeRoy Police.
An Alexander teenager has been arrested after an investigation took place due to shortages at a cash register at Darien Lake Theme Park.
17-year old Joel Zajackowski allegedly stole six hundred and eighty dollars from the theme park.
Zajackowski is to appear in the Town of Darien Court on August 18th to answer to the charge.
Vine Street in the City of Batavia will be closed to all traffic on Monday.
Construction crews will be milling and paving Vine Street, rain or shine. No traffic will be allowed and residents are asked not to park in the street.