Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on June 27, 2018
The Batavia City Council has delayed any action on the repair of the Redfield Parkway pillars until the 2019 budget.
The city has one estimate of $60,000 to repair the brick pillars that have marked the Main Street entrance to refiled Parkway for over a century.
Councilman at-large Bob Bialkowski thinks the work should be done now
The Interim City Manager has been directed to make the project a priority discussion for next year’s budget.
A Stafford man is suspected of driving drunk on a Darien Lake sidewalk.
54 year old Carl Altman of Clipnock Road is facing a felony DWI for allegedly driving in a densely populated pedestrian area of the theme park.
Altman was jailed in lieu of $2,500.
Genesee County is moving closer to having a designated teen center.
Teen City is the chosen name. It is a collaboration among the United Way, City Youth Bureau, and the YMCA.
United way Executive Director Erik Fix hopes it will open this fall
This past year the united Way of Genesee County supported 20 non-profit agencies with allocations totaling $225,000.
This note for motorists who use Trumbull Parkway.
Trumbull will be closed to all traffic tomorrow between East Main and east Ave.
Crews will be cold milling the pavement from 7am to 5pm.
The work is dependent on good weather.
Rainy weather has moved the first concert of the season for the Batavia Concert Band.
Tonight’s performance has been moved from Centennial Park to the Steiner Theatre on the GCC Batavia campus.
Showtime is 7 p.m.