posted on July 20, 2013 13:20
New York State has ordered that all of Town of Pembroke Justice Robert Alexander’s cases be reassigned.
Alexander, the former Village of Corfu justice, was indicted Wednesday on charges of coercion and official misconduct.
His daughter, Brandi Watts – also his former court clerk – was indicted on 61 counts alleging she stole 10-thousand dollars in court funds and filed false documents.
A fracas inside the Genesee County Jail leads to additional charges against an inmate.
40-year-old David bruise of Holley has been charged with assault for allegedly punching another inmate and breaking his nose.
A third occupant in the SUV involved in a tractor trailer crash in Wheatland on Tuesday has died.
17-year-old Emily Peterson of Caledonia had been at Strong Memorial Hospital since the crash. She was one of five people returning home from working at a summer program in Batavia for children with special needs.
21-year-old Taylor Binnert and Emily’s brother, 20 year-old Christopher, died at the scene.
The City of Batavia has put together a preliminary plan to re-develop the former Genesee Country Mall, now known as the City Center.
The plan has not yet been made public but it is one of five strategic sites designated under the Batavia Opportunity Project.
Other sites eyed for re-development include:
-The Harvester Center, where some work has already been done converting old factory space into offices;
-The Carr’s Warehouse, where progress is being made on a residential and commercial project;
-The Della Pena site on Ellicott Street and the Tonawanda Creekside Re-development.
More information is due to be released at a public meeting scheduled for July 29th, a week from this Monday, at City Hall
The Muckdogs continue their winning ways on the road.
The dogs topped Staten Island last night 3 to 2…sweeping their three game series.
The Muckdogs Big Apple road trip continues tonight against Brooklyn.