Frysinger Case Returns to Court:
The lawyer for former Corning Hawks athlete Jordan Frysinger was in court yesterday, describing to a judge the issues with the prosecution’s case against his client. Frysinger is accused of having sex with an intoxicated teen girl. Frysinger’s attorney said yesterday that the victim was not “physically helpless” as defined by law. Also, he said they were problems with the grand jury process that led to the indictment against his client, and, additionally, that the prosecution has withheld evidence from him. In response to the claims, the prosecution responded by saying that the jury concluded there was reasonable cause to believe Frysinger raped the teen, so the “physically helpless” issue should be addressed by a trial jury. They also said the integrity of the jury was not compromised and that it is not obligated to turn over the disputed evidence until a later date. The judge said he will review the matters. Frysinger is charged with three counts of 1st degree rape and a single count of 1st degree criminal sexual act. They are punishable by up to as many as 25 years in prison.
Village of Bath Utility Rates to Increase:
After years at the same rate, Village of Bath residents should expect their utility rates to increase soon. At last night’s meeting of the village board, the Utility Commission recommended the water and sewer rates be approved by the August billing cycle. Electric and gas rates are also expected to go up. The need to upgrade infrastructure and the fact that some of the rates haven’t increased in years are part of the reason prices are going up. That said however, rates are still as low as or lower than those of neighboring towns and villages.
Labor Negotiations at Corning Hospital Stall:
Negotiations between Corning Hospital and its nurses and other employees began in late February, but as of Friday night no agreement is in sight. Talks broke off Friday evening with both sides still differing on basic issues of health insurance and wage. The new labor contract will cover around 450 Guthrie Corning Hospital employees. Talks are expected to resume on June 9th.
Bath Signage to Get an Overhaul?
Members of the Bath Revitalization Group were at the Village of Bath Board Meeting last night to offer help with upgrading and repairing the “Welcome to Bath” signs. The signs have deteriorated over the years and the group is offering to fix them and make them look as good as new. If approved by the board, funding for this project would come from the recent Gateway to the Finger Lakes 5k Run and Walk.
School Budgets Go Before Voters Today:
School Budgets across the state will go before the voters today with most local polls open from noon to 8 p.m. In Bath, the $33.2 million budget plan will hike the tax levy 2 percent, well under the cap. Spending is up 1.4 percent and the district will eliminate the equivalent of 2.5 full-time positions by not replacing retirements. There are also several propositions on the budget, including a plan to spend $1.8 million on safety and security improvements. Matthew Burns and Pamela Cleveland are vying for the open seat on the board, a five-year term. Over in Hammondsport, the $12.4 million budget plan includes a 2.14 percent tax increase, under the district’s cap of 3.75. It maintains all current programs, and adds an elementary teacher. It also includes an effort to upgrade security and asks voters to approve establishing a capital reserve fund for technology upgrades. Jim Zimar is running unopposed for a five-year term on the board. In Addison the tax levy will rise 2.9 percent under the Addison Central School District’s $26.2 million budget proposal, under its cap. There will be no program cuts or staff reductions. Brian Herrington, an incumbent, is running unopposed. And in Campbell-Savona, the $21.27 million budget has a tax increase of 2 percent, well below the district’s cap. There will be no layoffs or program cuts. Total spending is up 6 percent, though most of that is for one-time expenses. Thomas Hauryski is running opposed for the board.
May 20-24 Declared Firefighter and EMS Week:
The New York State Assembly came together yesterday to pass a resolution memorializing Governor Cuomo to proclaim May 20th through the 24th as Volunteer Firefighter and EMS Week in the State of New York. In a statement, local lawmaker Phil Palmesano said, “These dedicated men and women provide an invaluable service to our families and are absolutely deserving of our thanks for their efforts. I’m very happy to join with my Assembly colleagues in thanking these volunteers and I encourage everyone to do the same.” In upstate New York, an estimated 95 percent of all firefighters are volunteers. Additionally, more than half of the 57,000 EMS workers throughout the state are also volunteers.
Fire Destroys Home in Lindley:
A family of 11 is homeless after a fire destroyed their home in Lindley. Details about the fire are scarce at this time, but Red Cross officials say 3 adults and 8 children lived in the home and all escaped uninjured. Food and lodging are being provided by the Red Cross.
1 Killed in Fatal Southport Accident:
One man was killed in a motorcycle crash Saturday morning in the Town of Southport. Chemung County Sheriff’s deputies report that 21-year-old Shawn Smith of Cameron was riding on State Route 328 around 11 a.m. when a vehicle, trying to turn onto the road, pulled out in front of him. He was thrown from the bike and died after being taken to Arnett Ogden Medical Center. The driver of the vehicle, 19-year-old Benjamin Robbins was also treated for minor injuries. He has not yet been ticketed in the crash, but investigators have said he failed to yield the right of way.
Bath Man Accused of Striking Dog with Ax:
A 30-year-old Bath man is facing charges of criminal possession of a weapon, robbery, criminal mischief and overdriving, torturing, and injuring animals. According to a grand jury indictment, Robert Wright allegedly struck a dog with a wood-splitting ax in early February. The dog reportedly survived the incident. The robbery count accuses Wright of forcibly stealing property and the criminal mischief charge is for allegedly damaging property.
Drug Arrests in Bath:
The Village of Bath Police Department is reporting the arrest of Najee Sanford of Rochester for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 3rd with intent to sell. According to the official release, Sanford was arrested after officers responded to a report of a resident on West Morris Street behaving strangely. A large quantity of cocaine was seized and Sanford was remanded to the county jail on $25,000 cash bail. Also, in unrelated cases Samual Hall of Bath was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of Marijuana in the 5th degree following a traffic stop; and Derick Withey and Jacob Stewart, both of Bath, were both charged with 3 counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 7th degree and 3 counts of Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument in the 2nd following an investigation into the sale and forgery of medical prescriptions.
Buckle-Up Campaign Kicks in Today:
Governor Andrew Cuomo recently announced the Buckle Up New York Campaign and it officially takes effect today, with New York State Troop “E” announcing that they will be among the many State Police and Sheriff’s departments participating. The 14-day crackdown serves to remind drivers and their passengers of the dangers of not wearing a seat belt, with authorities paying extra attention to seat belt safety and prepared to ticket anyone who is not wearing theirs. As the saying goes, “Click it, or ticket.”
Travel Advisory – State Route 415/54:
The New York Department of Transportation has announced that work will begin today on State Routes 415 and 54 in Bath. Crews will be milling the existing pavement on State Route 415 (West Morris Street) at the east side of the entrance of McDonalds and continuing east to the intersection of State Route 54 (Washington Street). Once the east and west bound lanes are milled, the crews will continue on to State Routes 415 and 54 (Washington Street) and mill both directions to the Route 415/54 split at Liberty Street. After milling operations are complete, drainage structures will be altered and new traffic signal loops installed. Finally, new asphalt will be placed at these locations. Traffic will be maintained with the use of flaggers. One-lane alternating traffic will occur during daytime hours and will revert back to two-lane by evening. Construction should be completed by early July.
Mossy Bank to Host American Civil War Day this Week:
Bath Police Chief David Rouse has announced that this Thursday, May 23rd, 7th graders from Bath and Avoca will be participating in the “7th Annual American Civil War Day” at Mossy Bank Park. Many activities have been planned for the day, with artillery and musket “blank” rounds being fired between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Re-enactors have been granted permission to set up the day prior and camp overnight. Although the park will remain open to the public during this event, only seventh graders from Bath and Avoca may participate in the activities.
Board of Ed. Meeting Tonight:
The Campbell-Savona Central School District Board of Education will hold their regular meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in conference room 1058 at the High School.
Cameron Fire Destroys Barn, Garage, Vehicles:
Firefighters from the Cameron, Jasper, Troupsburgh, Woodhull, and Canisteo volunteer departments were called to a residence in the Town of Cameron yesterday after a nearby garage accidentally caught fire and spread to the home. Located at the intersection of County Route 21 and Jackson Hill Road, the fire is reported to have started when the property owner was burning papers in a garbage can outside and the wind blew the flames onto the garage. Firefighters spent several hours battling blaze. No injuries were reported, but the garage, a barn, and several vehicles were all destroyed.
Steuben Co. Man Held in Connection to Springwater Robbery:
Earlier this week, the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office was asking for the public’s help in locating a vehicle that was stolen during a home invasion in the Town of Springwater. Today, a Steuben County man and two others are under arrest in connection with the robbery. 21-year-old Kyle Witthoft of Gang Mills and two other men are accused of robbing a 70-year-old man last Saturday. During the robbery they allegedly restrained the victim and stole several items, including a shotgun and a pick-up truck. Authorities have not said what led them to suspect Witthoft, but he was arrested in Steuben County following a noise complaint. After Witthoft was arrested, the two other suspects were located at a home in Rochester. Witthoft and 36-year-old Alan Fick were sent to the Livingston County Jail on $125,000 bail. 23-year-old Joseph Macuado is being held in the Monroe County Jail on an unrelated robbery charge.
21 Facing Charges in Livingston Co. following Drug Crackdown:
In what’s being referred to as a “spring cleanup,” 21 people have been arrested by the Livingston County Drug Task Force on drug violations. In a press release, County Sheriff John York said the arrests in the countywide crackdown included the sale of cocaine, marijuana, crack cocaine, and hallucinogens. Arrested were 33-year-old Ryan Nerby of Lakeville, 27-year-old Brian Nolan of Geneseo, 18-year-old Jesse Hernandez of Piffard, 18-year-old Anthony Andrew of Conesus, 20-year-old Zachery Stephany of Caledonia, 19-year-old Parrish MacWilliams of Caledonia, 26-year-old Amanda Steward of Lakeville, 22-year-old Jacob Shamp of Lakeville, 26-year-old Paul Primeaux of Livonia, 27-year-old Brian Vanwuyckhuyse of Geneseo, 24-year-old Justin Jackson of Mount Morris, 46-year-old Jody Root of Caledonia, 19-year-old Alexander Montalbano of Caledonia, 31-year-old Jennifer Trojanski of Caledonia, 19-year-old Julian Beard of Caledonia, Brandon Cassada of Avon, 29-year-old Christopher Patridge of Groveland, and Marquis Morris of Rochester.
State Police Investigating PP Burglary:
The New York State Police of Painted Post are investigating a burglary that occurred at Birnie Transportation Services on the Victory Highway in Painted Post. It’s alleged that earlier this week, unknown subjects forced their way into Birnie Transportation Services and stole a digital camera. Anyone with information is asked to call the state police.
Oneidas Reach Deal with NY on Casinos:
The Oneida Indians have reached a deal with the Cuomo administration that guarantees exclusive territory for their central New York casino in exchange for an estimated $50 million in annual payments to the state. The proposed deal was announced yesterday and would be part of Gov. Cuomo’s proposal to bring three Las Vegas casinos to upstate New York at yet-to-be-indentified locations. Under the deal, the Oneida Indian Nation would begin paying a share of its revenue from their Turning Stone Resort Casino to the state. A public referendum to change New York’s constitution to allow non-Indian casinos could be on the ballot as early as November.
Corning, Inc. Unveils New Glass:
Corning Incorporated has announced that at a trade show in Vancouver next week they will officially launch their newest specialty glass. Corning says the new Lotus glass allows them phone makers to use thinner backplates, and that it will allow for high resolution pictures, faster response times, and brighter picture quality. Corning Inc. will also be displaying Gorilla Glass 3 at the show.
Parking & Traffic Restrictions for Bath Comm. Expo:
The Bath Community Expo will be coming to the Village of Bath this weekend and with the arrival of the yearly Bath Tub Races and Lumberjack Competition, there also comes some parking and traffic restrictions. Bath Police Chief David Rouse has announced that on today at 3 p.m., Bath Village Police will begin posting “NO PARKING” signs around the perimeter of Pulteney Square. At 5 p.m., all vehicles must be removed or they will be subject to being ticketed and towed. Pulteney Square East and West will both be closed to traffic as barricades will be placed at each crosswalk. These restrictions will be in place throughout the weekend’s events. Tomorrow, at 6 a.m. both sides of Liberty Street between Steuben and William Streets will be posted with “NO PARKING” signs. All vehicles will have to be removed by 7 a.m. At that time, Liberty Street will be closed to all vehicular traffic. At 9:30 a.m., the Haverling Big Blue Marching Band will perform. They’ll be followed by the Bath Tub Races. Liberty Street will reopen following the conclusion of the Bath Tub Races around noon.
More Details Emerge in Arrest of Nunda Man:
More details have been released in the story of the Nunda man who was arrested for terrorizing residents with a rifle. According to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office 26-year-old Aaron Dudley confronted an associate at a construction site in his hometown on Tuesday afternoon. He reportedly left the site and returned later with a rifle and ran his car into a piece of construction equipment. Deputies say he chased people on the construction site before running through the Nunda Fire Department and into a lumber business, where he pointed the rifle at people. Police were eventually able to get him to surrender. He has been charged with menacing a police officer.
Dansville Woman Arrested for Damaging Ex’s Property:
The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office is reporting the arrest of 23-year-old Hannah Dobnack of Dansville for allegedly entering her ex-boyfriend’s residence and damaging his property. According to the official release, Dobnack entered the residence in Fremont last week and unlawfully caused damage to several items inside. The resident was not home at the time, but did report the damage and after investigating, deputies arrested Dobnack. She was charged with Criminal Mischief in the 4th and is expected to appear in Fremont Court at a later date.
Residents Cry Foul Over DOT Plan’s to Close Lattabrook Bridge:
The Department of Transportation’s plans to close the Lattabrook Bridge in Horseheads is drawing the ire of not only residents, but first responders as well. A Town Hall meeting regarding the expected closure was held last night and attendees made it clear that they’re concerned about emergency response time, the safety of the detour routes, and the length of time added to the both of those. According to local reports, with the bridge open, a run from the Town and County Fire Department to the area takes roughly six minutes, but if the bridge closes, the trip could take 13 minutes going over Moss Hill Road, and 17 minutes traveling through Breesport and emergency crews say that’s unacceptable, and could be a matter of life and death. The bridge crosses Interstate 86 and is scheduled to be shut down on July 8th for 55 days so that the concrete deck can be replaced. Chemung County Executive Tom Santulli, who was in attendance, said that he plans on meeting with the DOT to talk about repositioning emergency responders for the duration of the project and have a safer plan by the next public meeting.
Bath VA Demonstrates Telehealth Equipment:
The Bath VA Medical Center opened its doors yesterday for a demonstration of its Telehealth equipment. The equipment allows veterans to see a specialist sooner at their nearest VA location, without travel times and lengthy waits. Veterans at the Bath VA have been connected to specialists in Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, the Bronx and even as far away as Cleveland. The VA has been using Telehealth services for the past seven years.
Gas Prices Up and Expected to Continue to Rise:
After seven weeks of falling gas prices, a dramatic jump at the pump has seen prices go up more than a dime since last Monday and even though gas prices are still lower than they were at this time last year, experts are predicting that prices will continue to rise as Memorial Day nears. So what do the prices look like locally? According to AAA, as of Wednesday morning, the average price of a gallon of regular in New York State was $3.72. Across the border in Pennsylvania, it’s $3.47.
P.A. Drug Bust Nets 42 Arrests:
42 suspects were arrested yesterday after a major drug bust in the northern tier. Pennsylvania State Police say bath salts was the main drug involved in the investigation, but the suspects are also accused of selling heroin, marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, and prescription drugs. The investigation has reportedly been under way for the last year and a half. No injuries were reported in the bust. Police say they hope this will serve as a warning for others selling drugs.
Arrested were: Shawn Watkins, 41, of Railroad Street in Towanda; Phil W. Wood, 53, of no known address; Mark V. Wurzler, 23, of Beeker Lane in Wyalusing; Travis L. Kitchen, 40, of Rome; Catherine M. Lane, 31, of Orchard Terrace in Laceyville; Elsie B. Brotzman, 51, of Orchard Terrace in Laceyville; Michael C. Porter, 29, of John Street in Troy; Nicole M. Decker, 24, of North Main Street in Towanda; Dustin Hunter Poulton, 22, of Linden Street in Middleton; William J. Hicks, 24, of Main Street in Towanda; Darryl D. Hankins, 27, of Monroeton; Keighley M. Park, 27, of Circle Drive in Waverly; Julie L. Falsey, 35, of Monroeton; Melinda L. Salsman, 26, of no known address; and Billie L. Deloach, 39, of Parkhurst Lane in Rome.
Also Gary V. Brown, 44, of Ulster; Jeremy S. Worthington, 41, of Covered Bridge Road in Towanda; Tamara A. Benjamin, 30, of U.S. Route 6 in Wysox; Mark C. Bell, 24, of U.S. Route 6 in Wysox; David A. Soprano, 50, of Clark Street in Waverly; Leslie May Gallagher, 41, of North Elmer Avenue in Sayre; Debra A. Decker; 53, of North Main Street in Towanda; Todd Brent Stroud, 24, of Second Street in Towanda; Joseph Phillip Leighton, 28, of Wysox; Timothy John Farr, 31, of Tioga Street in Sayre; Heather Lynn Farr, 24, of Tioga Street in Sayre; Michelle Coyne, 46, of Clark Street in Waverly; Heather Dyke, 24, of Hart’s Trailer Court in Rome; and Penny Sullivan, 45, of Hart’s Trailer Court in Rome.
Also Ronald Chesla, no age known, of Hart’s Trailer Court in Rome; Brandon S. Verstreate, 26, of Bridge Street in Towanda; John Worthington, 28, of Hart’s Trailer Court in Rome; Rebecca Rees, 37, of Cherry Street in Towanda; Robert R. Lafy, 44, of Vista Drive in Towanda; Jason Allen, 32, of Lake Road in Towanda; Ellen Johnson, 47, of Higgans Avenue in Sayre; Donald Hadlock, 79, of North Elmer Avenue in Sayre; Jared Brackbill, 29, of Ulster; Elsie Minier, 28, of Ulster; Shelby Nonnemacher, 31, of Shotgun Hollow Road in Rome; Michael S. Austin, 27, of Robinson Road in Gillett; and Joshua J. Gunn, 27, of Main Street in Wysox.
Nunda Man Terrorizes Town with a Rifle:
26-year-old Aaron Dudley of Nunda has been remanded to the Livingston County Jail on $25,000 bail after allegedly running through the streets of Nunda with a bolt action rifle. He reportedly pointed it into a store window, and terrorized residents with it. According to Livingston County Authorities, Dudley eventually surrendered to a deputy and no injuries have been reported.
Steuben Co. Inmate Facing More Charges:
An inmate at the Steuben County Jail was recently arrested on additional charges. 36-year-old Roy Hyer, who has been serving time for methamphetamine related charges, was arrested on a Superior Court Warrant for two counts of Felony Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 5th and two counts of Felony Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the 5th. He was arraigned and remanded back to the jail without bail.
Bath Man Arrested on Family Court Warrants:
The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office has announced the arrest of 36-year-old Clifford Comfort of Bath on two separate warrants. One Bench Warrant was issued by the Town of Hornellsville Court for Failure to Appear. The Arrest Warrant was issued by Allegany County Family Court. Comfort was arrested at his residence and arraigned in Hornellsville Court on the Bench Warrant. He was then processed and turned over to the Allegany County Sheriff’s Office to appear in Allegany County Family Court at a later date.
NTSB Proposes Lower BAC Level:
In 1982, nearly half of highway deaths were alcohol related. In 1995, that number was cut to one third. It has stayed at that point ever since. But now, the National Transportation Safety Board is hoping to reduce that number even more by encouraging the states to make some big changes. They say that if all 50 states changed the blood alcohol limit to .05, instead of .08, one thousand lives could be saved each year. They are also suggesting the installation of ignition interlocks for all drunk driving offenders. The Board announced their proposals yesterday, on the 25th anniversary of the deadliest alcohol related crash in American history. 1988, a drunk driver drove the wrong way on Highway 71 in Carrollton, Kentucky, hit a school bus and killed 24 children and three adults. 34 others were hurt. The last time the blood alcohol limit levels were reduced, from .10 to .08, it took 21 years for all states to implement the change.
Parking & Traffic Restrictions for Bath Comm. Expo:
The Bath Community Expo will be coming to the Village of Bath this weekend and with the arrival of the yearly Bath Tub Races and Lumberjack Competition, there also comes some parking and traffic restrictions. Bath Police Chief David Rouse has announced that on Friday at 3 p.m., Bath Village Police will begin posting “NO PARKING” signs around the perimeter of Pulteney Square. At 5 p.m., all vehicles must be removed or they will be subject to being ticketed and towed. Pulteney Square East and West will both be closed to traffic as barricades will be placed at each crosswalk. These restrictions will be in place throughout the weekend’s events. On Saturday, at 6 a.m. both sides of Liberty Street between Steuben and William Streets will be posted with “NO PARKING” signs. All vehicles will have to be removed by 7 a.m. At that time, Liberty Street will be closed to all vehicular traffic. At 9:30 a.m., the Haverling Big Blue Marching Band will perform. They’ll be followed by the Bath Tub Races. Liberty Street will reopen following the conclusion of the Bath Tub Races around noon.
Board of Ed. Meeting Tonight:
The Bath Central School Board will hold their regular meeting of the Board of Education tonight at 7 p.m. It will be held in the High School Auditorium.
Bath Teen Arrested on Sex Charge:
New York State Police have arrested 17-year-old Peter Skelly of Bath on a charge of sexual misconduct following an investigation by the State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation. It’s alleged that Skelly had sexual contact with a female under the age of 17. He has been issued an appearance ticket.
A Hornell man has been arrested for allegedly stealing a John Deere Lawn Tractor and a chainsaw from a camp in Howard. According to the Steuben County Sheriff’s Criminal Investigation Unit, 25-year-old Anthony Arce stole the items from a camp on Hammer Creek Road and then sold them to a business in Arkport. Investigators were able to recover both items and tracked the sales back to Arce. He was charged with Burglary in the 3rd and Grand Larceny in the 4th. He has been remanded to the Steuben County Jail on $25,000 cash bail. In an unrelated case, 19-year-old Joseph Carter of Canisteo has been arrested on charges of Burglary in the 3rd and Petit Larceny for allegedly stealing gasoline and a weed trimmer from a business on Downs Road in Canisteo. Carter was released on his own recognizance.
Authorities Seeking Home Invasion Suspects:
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to assist them in locating a vehicle, a 2005 blue, Dodge Dakota extended cab pick-up which was taken during a home invasion in the Town of Springwater. The vehicle bears NY registration AFJ-1510. Authorities say three male suspects entered the home and robbed a 70-year-old male resident. Upon leaving, they allegedly took the vehicle along with several items from the home, including a long gun. The public is asked to call 911 if the vehicle is observed and is reminded not to approach the vehicle as the suspects should be considered armed and dangerous.
Calvin Harris Back in Court:
The Tioga County man twice convicted of murdering his estranged wife was back in court yesterday. After two trials and two convictions in 2007 and 2009, the murder conviction of Calvin Harris was overturned and now his defense is asking for a change of venue, which means they want his third trial heard in a different county. His team has until June to file the motion and they reportedly have a jury consultant working to poll the area. Harris’ estranged wife Michele went missing on the night of September 11th, 2001. Neither her body nor a murder weapon has ever been found.
Ruling to be Appealed in Painted Post Water Sales Case:
The ruling that halted the sale of village water in Painted Post is now in the process of being appealed to a higher court. According to a story in today’s Corning Leader, SWEPI LP – the Shell Oil subsidiary that was buying the water for use in Pennsylvania shale gas drilling – made the decision to file the appeal. In late March, a state Supreme Court Judge halted the water sale operation, ruling that the state’s Environmental Quality Review Act was not complied with during the project’s review. He issued an injunction halting the water withdrawals, and voided both the water sale agreement and the lease deal for the property upon which the water loading station was built. Both sides of the argument will have time to prepare before a panel of judges will hear the case.
United Way to Distribute Record $3M:
The United Way of the Southern Tier has announced that it will be distributing a record amount of funding to health and human services for its 2013-14 funding cycle. Just over $3 million will support 94 service programs offered by 50 local agencies, as well as United Way community initiatives such as the 211 information line and a tax return assistance program. According to the United Way, the record level of funding is due to a third consecutive record-setting community fundraising campaign last year.
Board of Ed. Meeting:
The Hammondpsort Central School Board of Education will hold a Public Hearing on the Budget tonight at 6 p.m. in the High School Library. Following the hearing, there will be a regular meeting of the board.
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