Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on April 10, 2018
The State Comptroller’s Office wants the Batavia City Council to take greater financial control over the downtown Business Improvement District, known as BID.
The city had been critical of BID’s budgeting procedures for the past few years.
Interim City Manager Matt Worth said a formal contract will be drawn up between the city and BID to address the issues raised in the audit.
Governor Cuomo is proposing legislation that would ban employers from asking prospective employees about their salary history.
The move is in response to a state report on the gender wage gap.
Cuomo has already prohibited New York State from asking job seekers about their wage history.
The Genesee County Health Department put in some important practice today.
It was all just an exercise, a drill, to administer vaccine as a result of a Hepatitis A exposure.
The Health Department’s Mari Hamilton laid out the scenario:
Today’s Health Department Hepatitis A exercise played out at Genesee Community College and again, it was only a drill.
The Rochester woman who started a fire that killed four of her children is out of prison.
Bobbie Kugler pleaded guilty in 2012 to arson and four counts of manslaughter.
She was sentenced to seven to 15-years in prison but has been released from Albion Correctional.
Officials said Kugler’s release was based on her remorse and good disciplinary record.
She’s going to be living in Dutchess County.