Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on February 5, 2018
The Eli Fish Brewing Company hopes to tap its first keg on March 1st.
Co-owner Matt Gray said today construction inside the old Newberry Building on Main Street is now complete.
He says he’s just waiting for furniture and kitchenware.
The completely renovated site features a tavern on the first floor with the basement brewery visible from the bar area.
Two two restaurant incubators and a common seating area to service all three operations. The restaurants have yet to be named. They were determined in what was known as a Fresh Lab competition. They are expected to be open by April 1st.
The building also has four apartments on the second floor.
There is space for three more apartments on the third floor.
A Winter Storm Watch has been posted for Wyoming and Livingston counties for later this week.
The National Weather Service is forecasting moderately heavy snow from Wednesday morning through late Wednesday night.
So far, the Watch does not include Gensee County.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is urging the IRS to honor prepayments of 2018 property taxes.
The so-called Trump Tax Plan caps state and local deductions $10,000.
Homeowners in New York’s pricier communities flooded their towns’ tax offices last December to prepay property and school taxes before the end of the year.
The IRS has said those taxes are deductible only if you were billed beforehand.