I-86 Work Near Big Flats Starts Monday
Work begins Monday on a seven-mile pavement resurfacing project by the state Department of Transportation. From the Chemung-Steuben county line to Exit 52 in Horseheads, workers will complete repavement and repairs to roads, exits and ramps. Improvements to guide rails will be made and Exit 51A’s bridge fascia will be fixed. Anticipate closings and disruptions in the next few weeks if you plan to use this stretch for travel. Big Flats Town Supervisor Ed Fairbrother advises drivers to check for closings during construction online at: www.bigflatsny.gov.
Addison Man Arrested Following Domestic Call
Steuben County Sheriff Deputies arrested a 48-year-old Addison man for menacing in the third degree, Criminal Mischief in the fourth degree and Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Deputies responded to a domestic incident in progress in the town of Addison and arrested Dean F. Wright prior to his arraignment in the Town of Erwin Court. Wright was remanded to Steuben County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 surety bond.
County Legislature Land Bank Meeting Cancelled
The Steuben County Legislature announced the cancellation of Steuben County Land Bank Corporation meeting originally scheduled for Wednesday June 6th. The Office of the Clerk says a date has not yet been rescheduled.
Boland Endorses Mitrano for Congress
Corning Mayor Bill Boland officially endorsed Democratic Congressional candidate Tracy Mitrano at her Campaign Headquarters’ grand opening in Corning yesterday. Boland says “Tracy Mitrano represents the best in American politics.” He added that she is practical, thoughtful and authentic.
State Troopers Arrest Several Shoplifters
State troopers announced multiple shoplifting arrests in the area this week. Three people in Steuben County were arrested after complaints were received and responded to by New York State Police. Garrett A. Schultz of Canisteo, Holly Denning of Painted Post and Shante Robinson of Woodhull were each charged with Petit Larceny and were issued tickets to reappear in local courts.