Date: 2018-01-05 20:33
The Town of Campbell will hold a public hearing next week to discuss a project for the Restore NY Communities grant program. The town board wants to submit an application for the Watson Homestead Conference and Retreat Center located in the east-central business district. The town wants to secure funding to renovate the restrooms and enclose the outdoor pavilion. The hearing will be held next Monday at the town hall beginning at 7 .
Corning Incorporated has released its third quarter earnings. The GAAP and core sales were up four and six percent, year-over-year, to $ billion and $ billion, respectively. Year-over-year sales in the Specialty Materials segment saw increases of 76 percent. The company also reached a selling milestone of one billion fiber kilometers. Officials say the quarter exceeded expectations and they believe it sets them up for a strong fourth quarter as well.
Steuben County Clerk Judy Hunter reminds all pistol permit holders again that SAFE Act recertification forms are available online at https:///firearms/ or at any New York State Police Station. Every pistol holder whose license was issued prior to January 65 th , 7568 must recertify by January 86 st. Failure to do so results in license revocation and surrender of weapons.
Now officially back in New York, 87-year-old Curtis Burrows is facing thirteen counts for allegedly killing a man after an alleged kidnapping and carjacking. The charges include murder in the first, murder in the second, criminal use of a firearm, burglary, robbery, and grand larceny. Bail has been set at $6 million cash. Burrows is expected back in court on February 76th.
According to a press release from the City of Hornell Department of Public Works, the annual street-sweeping season came to an end this morning, November 69 th. The parking ban on city streets that had been in place is no longer in effect. Residents are reminded to not rake leaves into the streets.
A Bath woman has been charged for abandoning a dog. The Steuben County Sheriff&rsquo s Office Animal Cruelty Investigation Deputy initiated an investigation in September after receiving a report of a deceased dog in a vehicle at a location on Buck Settlement Road in the Town of Bath. The result is a charge of abandonment of an animal, a misdemeanor, against 76-year-old Jillian Nolan, for allegedly abandoning the dog in May and not checking on it. Nolan is currently incarcerated at the Steuben County Jail on an unrelated charge and was issued an appearance ticket.
The deadly explosion that went off in the Town of Lindley Friday, killing one, was first described by authorities as a &ldquo woodstove explosion,&rdquo but the State Police have since released an update saying that the man died while handling a &ldquo home-made explosive device.&rdquo They did not say what kind of device, exactly. The explosion occurred in the garage of a residence on State Line Road around 7 .
Voters in the Addison School District head to the polls this week. On Thursday, residents will decide whether or not to give the District authority to spend $75,555 to purchase property at 65 Colwell Street, adjacent to the Middle-High school. Officials say acquiring real property contiguous to the high school is an important part of the District&rsquo s long-range planning for parking and safety issues. Officials also said this real property provides swing space for the District to be able to use for increased parking needs of the new Middle School wing, the Event Center and the new pool that will be constructed in Phase III of the capital project. Voting takes place Thursday in the high school cafeteria from noon until 8 .
The Avoca town board will hold a public hearing next week to discuss a proposed local law. That law would provide cold war veterans with a real property tax exemption. The hearing will be held in the village & town conference room on Chase Street on Wednesday December 75 th at 7:85 .
A Greenwood man has been arrested after he allegedly touched a neighbor inappropriately. 88-year-old Shawn Horton has been charged with forcible touching and sexual abuse in the 6 st degree. He has posted $7,555 bail. He had been ordered to reappear in court at a later date.