posted on September 10, 2010 07:23
The U.S. Secret Service and Batavia Police team up and arrest a local gas station owner for credit card fraud.
46-year-old Nicholas Salvador of Park Avenue, Batavia, owner of East Main Sunoco, is accused of using stolen credit card information to make purchases at Armor Building Supply.
Earlier this year, a local contractor Dustin Hurlburt, was charged with six counts of grand larceny in connection with the same case.
WBTA Eye on Government:
The Batavia City Council meets this Monday night.
On the agenda is the annual audit report on the city’s financial condition.
City Manager Jason Molion said Thursday that a preview of the audit would be made public on Friday.
The council meeting agenda also includes a modification of Molino's employment contract. It would raise the level of defered compensation Molino receives in lieu of a pay raise this year.
As family members head to Ground Zero to mark the ninth anniversary of the terrorist attacks, the scene will look much different than in years past. Port Authority spokesman Steve Coleman says by the end of this year, work on One World Trade Center, formerly called the Freedom Tower, will be on the 50th floor. He expects the steel to be near the top floor, 104 stories high, by the end of next year. Coleman says roughly two-thousand construction workers are at the site every day.
LeRoy’s American Legion Post has announced its annual LeRoyan of the Year Award and this year. This year the award has been given to Ruth Harvie.
Ruth will be honored at an American Legion Dinner on October 2nd, where she will accept her award.
Read Geoff Redick's entire story HERE.