posted on September 13, 2010 07:43
Batavia’s financial picture is improving.
An audit of the city’s financial situation will be formally released to city council tonight.
In a preview, the audit shows the city ended its fiscal year $475,000 in the black.
Just four years ago, the city was struggling with red ink over a $ 1-million.
City Council tonight is also expected to approve a modification of City Manager Jason Molino’s contract.
The change would increase Molino’s deferred compensation plan in lieu of a pay raise this year.
An Oswego County man has been arrested for Tagging Target.
24-year-old Joseph Parker of Pennellville, New York allegedly took a white paint marker and wrote graffiti over several locations in front of the store on Veteran’s Memorial Drive.
Parker was sent to jail in lieu of $500 bail.
Felony charges filed against a Town of Castile man following a routine traffic stop.
40-year-old Thomas Sawdrey the Third was stopped on State Route 19A in Gensee Falls.
Wyoming County Deputies say Sawdrey was driving with license that had been suspended, twice.
Depties also said there was a 33-year-old woman in the car with him, a woman Sawdrey had been ordered by the court to stay away from. Sawdrey was charged with Felony drunk driving.
Sawdrey has been locked up in lieu of $25,000 bail.
Motorists on the westbound Thruway should keep a close eye on the gas gauge. That's because you will not be able to get gas at the rest stop near Victor for the next several weeks. Construction on the Seneca Travel Plaza begins today and will shut down the gas pumps until the first week of October. The restaurant and restrooms will remain open.
Wondering what those fall decorations are all about downtown, the corn stalks and hay bales..?
It is all part of the Wine Walk scheduled for October 2nd and sponsored by the Business Improvement District.