WBTA Sunday News
Written by Dan Fischer on April 29, 2018
With a backdrop of growing parental concerns over safety at Alexander Central School voters there will be asked to approve a budget that includes funding a school resource officer.
Recent school board meetings have had some parents square off with board members and the school administration over safety concerns.
School Superintendent Catherine Huber released a statement on the school website saying student safety is a top concern but parents need to understand the district cannot publicly comment on specific instances involving students or staff.
The budget vote slated for May 15th includes funds to hire a school resource officer, something Genesee County Sheriff’s William Sheron is urging all schools to do.
Livingston County deputies are searching for the driver who hit and killed a man walking down Route 63.
Authorities learned of the accident from a truck driving passing by the scene around 3 a.m. yesterday morning
Route 63 was shut down for several hours
Deputies said the man killed was in his mid-20’s.
13-WHAM TV reports the man was a former SUNY Geneseo students and may have been attending the school’s Alumni Weekend Spring Fest.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office. (585-243-7100)
Congratulations to Law Day awards recipients.
The 2018 Law Day Observance & Criminal Justice Awards recipients were announced this week.
The Kiwanis Criminal Justice Award Recipients for 2018 are Sergeant Bradley Mazur of the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office and Sergeant Daniel Coffey of the Batavia Police Department.
The Charles Mancuso Mock Trial Award went to the Oakfield-Alabama High School Mock Trial Team.