Bath Man Accused Of Stealing A Utility Trailer
State Police report that 65 year old Terry Campbell of Bath, is accused of stealing a utility trailer in Bath, a utility trailer worth over $1200. Campbell was charged with 4th degree grand larceny, he was ticketed and released.
Plans For Replacing Two County Highway Shops
Steuben County Manager Jack Wheeler says, the county is going to be able to use ARPA Funding, in order to replace a couple of county highway department shops, one of them in Bath and one in Campbell. “These shops are approaching 50 to 60 years old, so it’s time, and thankfully with the federal funds we’ll be able to do these improvements, without county taxpayers shouldering that burden,” Wheeler told Wvin News.
Summer Cleanup Plans For Steuben County
Steuben County Lawmaker Kelly Fitzpatrick says, the county public works department is going to be working with towns and villages across the county, to do a number of cleanup jobs. “The Steuben County Public Works Department will designate the summertime and allow local municipalities to pick a two week time frame, so if a town/village wants to do some roadside cleanup, they can, in that time period, and then take the trash to the county landfill, free of charge,” Fitzpatrick said. “Also, we’re working on setting up recycling days, so that there will be certain types of materials that the general public will be able to take to the landfill, which will also be free of charge as well. Then we will also have a low cost tire day, to get rid of those tires that seem to be on the side of the road.”
Hammondsport Central's Gas Card Program
Hammondsport Central School is thanking MicroSolutions for donating $1,000 worth of Kwik Fill gas cards for students and families in need.
Despite Judge's Ruling, Mask Rules Still In Effect In NYS
According to Governor Kathy Hochul, the New York State Health Commissioner is ordering that masks be worn on all planes, trains and buses and wear masks at all airports, bus stations, train stations, subways. "The state health commissioner’s determination on masking in certain indoor settings follows CDC public health guidance, not the regulations struck down by a federal judge in Florida," said Sam Fuld, from the governor's office. "The Commissioner’s determination was issued in accordance with the emergency regulation which has been renewed by the Public Health and Health Planning Council (PHHPC) until June 21."