posted on June 06, 2014 07:18
Two people arrested for allegedly selling drugs, out in the open, from an Albion parking lot.
30 year old Timothy Cobb of Buffalo and 33 year old Amanda Brosius of Lockport were charged with multiple counts of possession and sale of crack cocaine and other illegal drugs.
The parking lot located in the 100 block of South Main in Albion.
A Livingston County man is facing a felony charge of animal cruelty.
42-year-old Andrew Kieffer of West Sparta was arrested for allegedly shooting his neighbor’s two dogs – killing one and seriously injuring the other.
Keiffer has been locked up in the Livingston County Jail.
Former Buffalo Sabres owner Tom Golisano is interested in buying the Buffalo Bills. Golisano says he would keep the team in Western New York if he is able to purchase the team. However, Golisano says he will not be drawn into a bidding war. Golisano says he believes it is going to take a domed or retractable roof stadium to keep the team in the Buffalo area.
The trend of New Yorkers not turning out to vote in school elections is continuing to increase. State officials say 34-percent fewer people voted in last month's school elections when compared to the 2010 election cycle. The state school boards association believes the tax cap keeps districts in check, and when voters are happy with the tax rate turnouts are usually small.
Two Western New York airports are receiving federal funding for infrastructure upgrades. The FAA is providing Dansville Municipal Airport in Livingston County with more than $1-million rehabilitate taxiways and apron pavement. The money will also be used to remove trees on the approach to the runway. Canandaigua Airport is receiving help as well, nearly $300,000 for equipment to better remove snow and ice from the runways.