posted on August 17, 2010 07:25
The Holland Land Office Museum is without an executive Director again.
Board members of the museum confirm that Marilyn Drilling has suddenly resigned the position she has held for less than a year.
The museum board is expected to meet today to plot its next move.
What’s left of the former Bistro Cristina’s Restaurant in Batavia may be given away.
Some vacant property and the banquet room of the once upscale restaurant is all that remains on Ellicott Street following a fire two years ago.
Owner Chuck Brumsted now lives in Florida and tells WBTA he’ll give the property away to a non-profit organization.
Read entire story HERE.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown has joined the chorus of officials pleading with witnesses of the City Grill shooting to come forward. Brown says there were a large number of people at the event and he is urging anyone with information to contact authorities as the search for the killer continues. The Buffalo News reports police may be focusing in on one suspect who may be affiliated with a street gang.
A driver who allegedly was the target of a police chase from Gates to Rochester is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries after the vehicle crashed into a home. Authorities say the driver was initially wanted for a larceny at the Walmart in Gates yesterday. There were people home at the time but they were not injured.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has a piece of advice for Governor David Paterson: get yourself a cowboy hat and a shotgun” to collect cigarette taxes on Seneca Indian Land.
The remark has drawn a formal condemnation from the Seneca Nation.
The Senecas have approved a resolution calling on Bloomberg to apologize and then resign.
Speaking on a New York Radio Show, Bloomberg was quoted as saying: "If there’s ever a great video, it’s the governor standing in the middle of the New York State Thruway saying, ‘read my lips, the law of the land is this and we’re going to enforce the law.’"
So far, no apology from Bloomberg.