posted on November 15, 2013 07:18
A Canadian-based recycling company is coming to Albion along with 30 new jobs.
BoMET Holding, based in Cambridge, Ontario, is a scrap metal recycling company expanding into electronics.
The company acquired a 60,000 sq. ft. property on McKinstry Street in Albion.
BoMET is the fifth Canadian manufacturer to open business in Orleans County..
Western New York Congressman Chris Collins says the changes to the Affordable Care Act announced by President Obama shows how misguided the law is.
Collins says the White House intentionally misled the public about the health insurance program.
He says 137,000 Western New Yorkers recently lost their coverage because their policies did not adhere to the new law. Collins says he wants Congress to make significant changes to the program through the legislative process.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has vetoed an expansion of a film-tax credit program that would have left Western New York out in the cold.
In March, the legislature approved a bill that would provide film productions with an additional 10 percent tax credit to film in Western New York and the Southern Tier. It was intended to push movie making efforts outside of New York City.
The state offers $420-million a year to attract film and television production to the state, one of the most lucrative in the nation.
It's going to come down to the wire as the Buffalo Bills seek to sell enough tickets to Sunday's game to avoid a local television blackout. As of last night, there were still over three-thousand tickets remaining for the home game Sunday against the New York Jets. Those tickets must be sold by 1:00 p.m. today or the game will be blacked out.
If it occurs, this would be the first NFL game to be blacked out this year.