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Today's Top Stories - Saturday February 25, 2017

Talk of Campbell-Savona Joint Sewer Project

A census of family income will be conducted to determine the median income for Campbell-Savona residents to calculate funding to construct a joint sewer line between both the Town of Campbell and Village of Savona. The projec, which carries  an anticipated cost of $22,000,000 is in the initial phases and won’t be presented for public vote until this preliminary research is complete.

 

State Colleges and Businesses Partner to Create Jobs

According to Empire State Development 43 businesses will partner with colleges and universities. Over 600 new jobs in engineering, research and agriculture and more than $15 million statewide has been created from the program so far.Schools involved include state universities at Albany, Cobleskill, and Plattsburgh as well as the University of Rochester and Buffalo University, which leads these institutions with 238 new positions created.

 

Bath Village Hopes New Vehicles for Fleet

On our Community Focus Program Show yesterday morning, Mayor Von Hagn mentioned the possibility of new police vehicles and snow plow trucks as part of a grant the community received over a year ago.

 

Von Hagn Talks Local Alarm Law
Bath Mayor Von Hagn shared that the Bath village is considering creating a local law fining businesses and homeowners that have repetitive false alarms. Von Hagn says the possible law is an effort to combat the drain on volunteer and municipal resources used answering to the call of alarms.

 

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