Monday (6/17/24) News Brief

Written by on June 17, 2024

A Car Crashes into Peking Buffet in Batavia

Over the weekend, Batavia Fire and Mercy Ambulance responded to an incident where a black sedan crashed into the front of Peking Buffet next to BJ’s in Batavia.

Video News Service reports, that the elderly male driver of the vehicle claims his foot slipped off the brake pedal when attempting to park, and accidentally mashed the gas. The driver suffered no injuries and no charges were filed against the man.

Peking Buffet was forced to request Code Enforcement as the damage to the front of the building was rather extensive. Fortunately at the time of the incident no one was seated near where the vehicle struck and the Buffet was able to remain open.


Batavia City Manager Rachel Tabelski Requests Funding to Improve Water Infastructure

In a press release on Sunday, Batavia City Manager Rachel Tabelski announced the city is requesting funding for 3 seperate projects to improve water infrastructure.

The city is seeking a Water Infrastructure Improvement Act Grant for a $4.17 million dollar project to replace two aging water lines, a Congressional Direct Funding request submitted to Senators Schumer and Gillibrand to replace aging water lines on Pearl Street and filed a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund funding request to replace 900 lead sevice pipes in Batavia.

Tabelski said,“The City is dedicated to improving our water system and making necessary repairs on infrastructure to reduce the amount of annual loss of water in the system and remove lead lines from the City”

Batavia lost 23% of water producd by the Batavia Water Plant in 2023 due to leakage. These grants would provide a stable future for water in Batavia.


River Street to be Closed on Monday and Tuesday

The Genesee County Bureau of Maintence reminds all motorists that starting on Monday June 17th at 6 AM, River Street in Batavia will be closed to all through traffic.

The paving project is scheduled to be completed by Tuesday June 18th at 5 PM as long as mother nature is cooperative. The BOM asks that any residents in the area please avoid parking on the street during the paving project.

This project is a continuation of Genesee County’s effort to improve all aging roadways.

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