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Written by on May 3, 2022

After a US Supreme court draft of a decision in the Dobbs Vs Mississippi case by Justice Alito was leaked to the public and seemed to show the Supreme Court striking down Roe V Wade and Planned Parenthood V Casey, Governor Kathy Hochul sent out a press release saying she was “horrified.”  She says “For anyone who needs access to care, our state will welcome you with open arms. New York will always be a place where abortion rights are protected and where abortion is safe and accessible.”  Her sentiments were echoed by Kristen Gillibrand “with this fundamental right in jeopardy, it is incumbent upon states like New York, where abortion is safe and accessible, to open our doors to those seeking care.”  And many bed and breakfast owners are doing just that by offering discounts to those seeking to come to New York to get an abortion.  New York State allows abortions up to the moment of birth and performs roughly 1/8th of all abortions in the US.

A service memorializing the Mercy Flight pilot who was killed in the crash on Tuesday last week was held at Open Door Baptist Church in Chili Monday.  James Sauer was in the Bell 429 when it crashed just off Norton road in Elba killing the 60 year old New York Army National Guard, Rochester Police Department and State Police Veteran along with a Bell helicopter instructor from Texas.  He was lauded by the Executive Vice President and Treasurer of Mercy Flight Inc, Scott Wooton.  “Not only was he an outstanding aviator, a top-class aviator, absolutely, but he was a top-class individual as well, a top-class human. He was a man who loved his family, loved his friends. And he’s gonna be greatly missed.”  It may be months before investigators release a report on what caused the deadly crash.

The US Coast Guard has released a video showing the time lapse of refloating the USS The Sullivans in Buffalo’s Waterfront.  The WW2 Destroyer had floundered for the last 2 weeks with the deck being half under the water as dozens of holes below the water line allowed thousands of gallons of Lake Erie to pour in.  Over the weekend divers were able to seal up the holes and then refloat the ship.  Paul Marzello, President and CEO of the Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park said “We’re not going to take a victory lap, but we’re very pleased.”  You can watch the video by following the link at

Press Release from Batavia Bureau of Maintenance: All motorists please be aware that Walnut Street, Law Street, and Chestnut Street (from City Line to Traffic Circle to Jackson Street) will experience traffic delays from Monday, May 9th to Thursday, May 12th from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. for resurfacing operations. Milling will take place on the 9th and 10th and paving will occur on the 11th and 12th.  While work is being performed in this area, the roadway will be reduced to a single lane for all through traffic. Local traffic will be permitted to and from their residence/property but should plan accordingly for delays.  All residents/businesses within the work area are asked not to park on the roadway during the operation.

A traveling Cheer Team from Pembroke has won several competitions in their first year.  The Pembroke Youth Association team of girls 9 to 13 won first place at an Erie PA competition March 6th, first place at the SHOUT Rock the Falls Cheer and Dance National Championship in Niagara Falls in february, and placed first at the American Cheer Power Buffalo Showdown DISCO Championship in the 12 and under Performance Recreation division later the same month.  They will be traveling to Virginia Beach for the national competition this weekend.

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