Morning News Brief

Written by on June 15, 2022

The City of Rochester is in legal trouble for misleading investors according to the Securities and Exchange Commission.  The city, former finance director Rosiland Brooks-Harris, and former RCSD CFO Everton Sewell are accused of allegedly misleading investors in a $119 million bond in 2019 that included using documents with outdated financial information.  The documents allegedly did not indicate that the school district was experiencing financial issues due to overspending on teacher salaries.  Other charges were included against Rochester’s municipal advisor Capital Markets Advisor, and its principal, Richard Ganci, and its co-principal, Richard Tortora, with misleading clients and failing to inform them of conflicts in the budget.  The city released a statement saying it disagrees with the filing and is taking legal steps to defend itself and former financial director.  

A private college in East Rochester is no longer going to be a college.  Saint John Fisher College, Alma Mater of the Wegman family and home to Wegmans schools of nursing and pharmacy is changing from a college to a University.  The State Board of Regents approved the change to take place on July 1st.  Roberts Wesleyan and Nazareth College are also being considered for University status. 

The Batavia Concert Band announced their return for the 96th season of public concerts in Centennial Park this summer.  Concerts will be held on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. on June 22 and 29, July 6, July 13, July 20, July 27 and Aug. 6.  The Band consists of 45-55 brass, woodwind and percussion players ranging from talented high school students to 60-year veterans. Many have professional experience, others are advanced amateur musicians.  The Batavia Concert Band also announces the return of WBTA as the Official Media Sponsor for the 2022 summer concert series.  Be on the lookout for appearances by band members on the “Main & Center” program, where they will go into some depth about the band’s makeup and its history.  Also, be listening for weekly radio ads promoting the musical selections for the upcoming concerts, and announcing weekly sponsors.

Students at Jackson Primary School learned how to respect the American Flag during flag day ceremonies on Tuesday.  The Genesee County Joint Veterans Honor Guard and Western NY National Cemetery Honor Guard came to the elementary school to share lessons about the flag, show how to fold it properly, and demonstrate proper flag hoisting.  Members of the Muckdogs were also on hand.  The students sang God Bless America and This Land Is Your Land.  Star Spangled pictures are available on The Batavian.

The president and CEO of Pegula Sports and Entertainment, Kim Pegula, is receiving medical care as a result of “some unexpected health issues,” according to a spokesperson for the Buffalo Bills.  The Bills, Sabres and Bandits all put out statements expressing their love for and prayers for Kim as she receives care.

Six Flags Darien Lake announced the grand opening of the Wahoo Wave at the Hurricane Harbor Waterpark and their new schedule of weekends till June 24th and weekdays with the exception of Tuesdays till Labor day.  No schedule for Fright Fest has been announced this year.  They also announced the new annual pass which is good for 12 months instead of simply being a season pass.  There are 3 options, each option has access to several Six Flags Parks and free parking. 

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