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Today's Top Stories - Monday, June 18th

Dormann Library Budget Approved:


The budget proposition for the Dormann Library in Bath, voted on last week, was approved by voters 63 to 14.  The library’s Board of Trustees thanks the community for its support.



Reed Out Fundraises Challengers:


In a press release this weekend, the Tom Reed campaign announced that it’s raised more than $250,000 between April 1st and June 6th, and that it has more than $1 million cash on hand.  That far outpaces any of Reed’s challengers, with the closest being Linda Andrei and Max Della Pia, according to the Reed campaign.  Reed said he’s appreciative of the generous support from his neighbors in the Southern Tier, Finger Lakes, and Western New York. 



More Road Work Coming to Erwin:


Work on a section of Canada Road in the Town of Erwin finished last week, but travelers should be prepared for more to come.  According to town officials, eight roads are scheduled for repairs in the coming weeks.  Work will take place on Chatfield Place East, Weller Place, Brooke Road, Aurene Drive, Beartown Road, Troy Road, Scott Road and Rodman Road.  Start dates aren’t set at this time.



USA’s “The Sinner” Films in Southern Tier:


If the upcoming episodes of USA’s drama “The Sinner” look familiar, it’s not just your imagination.  Local filmmaker, Eric Hollenback stopped by WETM TV recently to talk about filming the show in Watkins Glen, Ithaca, Johnson City, and Owego.  The show is an American crime mystery now on its second season.  It stars Hornell native Bill Pullman and Jessica Biel.  It’s first season received Golden Globe nominations for Best Miniseries or Television Film, and Best Actress for Jessica Biel.



Haverling Board of Ed. Meeting:


The regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the Board of Education of the Bath Central School District will be held tomorrow, June 19th at 6:30 p.m. in the Haverling High School Library.  The Board will be going into Executive Session at 5:30 to discuss the Superintendent’s evaluation and will return to regular session at 6:30.



Volunteers Needed for Turning Point Bath Desk Receptionist:


If you’re interested in volunteering for a non-profit that has meaningful impact in your community, considering volunteering at Turning Point Bath.  Turning Point Bath is looking for reliable volunteers to work as the front desk receptionist from 8:30 to 12:30 or from 12:30 to 4:30, Monday through Friday at its Liberty Street location.  Requirements do apply.  To apply visit CatholicCharitiesSteuben.org/join-our-team/turning-point and click on the “Volunteer Application” link.

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