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Written by on September 16, 2022

2 Canadian men were arrested and charged with human smuggling in Lewiston.  On Sept. 10, members of the FBI and Department of Homeland Security received information about a potential human smuggling operation.  Surveillance caught a Canadian vessel leaving a marina in St. Catherines, Ontario with four people on board. The vessel entered the Niagara River and traveled towards Lewiston, where it entered American waters.  The vessel backed up into a private boat dock, and two individuals got off the boat. These two individuals were apprehended by law enforcement and were determined as inadmissible aliens.  The remaining two individuals on the boat were Zijad Saskin and Kevin Marlor, who were both arrested. The two defendants are believed to have been involved in a previous human smuggling operation on July 19, when two other aliens were illegally brought into the United States through the Niagara River.

If you are driving in Scottsville or the surrounding areas be on alert for nails in the road.  Police are warning drivers after someone intentionally dumped piles of roofing nails at several intersections.  Monroe County Sheriffs are investigating.  The nails have been swept up using roofing magnets to pick them up off the road. But so far the culprit has not been apprehended.  Extra police are patrolling the area.

Governor Hochul has signed legislation to make it easier for non-profit and public service workers to access loan forgiveness through the state’s Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.  The new bill eliminates substantial barriers to applying for and accessing the loan forgiveness program.  PSLF is a federal program that rewards and incentivizes public service work by canceling portions of borrowers’ federal student loans.  The program requires borrowers to be full-time employees of an eligible public service employer and make 120 qualifying payments toward their student loan, after which the remainder of their federal student loan debt is forgiven.  Currently, about 2.7 million people in New York work in the public or nonprofit sectors, according to the governor.  The legislation also sets a standard hourly threshold for full-time employment at 30 hours per week for the purposes of accessing the program and clarifies standardized prep time to be included for faculty and teachers.  Finally, the legislation allows public service employers to certify employment on behalf of individuals or groups of employees directly with the U.S. Department of Education.

All Babies Cherished on Ellicott Street has a new nesting place for women and children because of the generosity of a longtime Genesee County resident.  Gary Good, a man from Alexander, bought a 5 bedroom house at 441 Ellicott Street and gifted it to the christian women’s center as a temporary residence for women in need of assistance during their pregnancy.  All Babies Cherished Executive Director Sue Sherman says that around 35 to 40 percent of the women ABC serves are homeless.  She says that  “Many of them have no family support – in fact, an alarming number of young women have been trafficked by their own families.”  Sherman said ABC’s mission is to give women the tools to make something of their lives “despite the fact that many of them have been told they will never amount to anything.”

The property on the corner across from Tops Friendly Markets in Batavia has sat vacant for years.  It used to be Clor’s but has been shuttered for some time.  Residents may have seen a sign for F&M Convenience store go up for a couple weeks on the triangle shaped property and then disappear.  They weren’t seeing things.  Someone has leased the property from Benderson Development but hasn’t gone through the proper channels to open or advertise yet says Town Building Inspector Daniel Lang.  Ali Musa is set to go before the Town Planning Board next week with plans to open a convenience store which will sell cannabis related items. 

The home opener for the Buffalo Bills is coming up Monday and the team has unveiled some of the new food offerings that’ll be available at Highmark Stadium this season.  They include beef sliders, large nacho tables, barbecue mac and cheese, and the Shout! chicken sandwich that’s covered with sauce, provolone cheese, and crispy onions.  There are also some additional drink options that have been added to the Dunn Tire, Toyota and Pepsi clubs at the facility.  Kickoff for Monday night’s contest between the Bills and Tennessee Titans is set for 7:15 p.m.

Buffalo Sabres center Tyson Kozak scored two goals in Thursday night’s Prospects Challenge opener against the Montreal Canadiens, leading Buffalo to a 4-3 win.  Nolan Burke and Josh Passolt tallied the other two goals for the Sabres this evening.  They’ll be back in action on Saturday to take on New Jersey for game two of three this weekend.  Puck drops at 7 p.m. at the LECOM Harborcenter.

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