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Top Stories, July 28, 2022

Sen Gillibrand: What The Hell?  

Democrat US Senator Kirsten Gillbrand is more than slightly annoyed today about a big veterans issue.  Gillibrand says, Pennsylvania Republican US Senator Pat Toomey blocked a vote on the Pact Act, to help veterans suffering from sicknesses caused by exposure to burn pits.  Gillibrand says, last month the bill passed in the US Senate 84-14, and nothing in it has changed.  Gillibrand is perplexed.  Gillibrand said the following this morning in Washington DC: "This is the worst form of over-politicization I've ever seen.  We had the votes, we had strong bipartisan support for this bill, and at the 11th hour, Senator Toomey decides that he wants to re-write the bill, change the rules, and tank it.  What the hell?  How does this happen?  How do you change your mind right when you're about to pass a law that's going to save lives?"  

 

Steuben Co Man Accused Of Stealing In Chemung County

The Chemung County Sheriff's Dept reports that a Steuben County man was charged in Chemung County for stealing from the insides of unlocked cars in Elmira and Southport.  The suspect is 30 year old Frank Adams of Addison, Adams was ticketed and released.  

 

A Langworthy Campaign Event In Steuben County Today

Republican Congressional candidate Nick Langworthy will be in Steuben County from 5pm to 6pm.  Langworthy will be in Hornell, at 38 Cameron Avenue in Hornell, for an event that’s open to the public.  

 

Johnson: How The IDA Helped Bring LP Building Solutions 

Steuben County IDA Director Jamie Johnson says the LP project in Bath is a case study in the importance of the county IDA and their ability to react and manage multiple facets.  Johnson says that the LP Building Solutions project came together in an unprecedented amount of time, requiring the IDA to coordinate with multiple infrastructure partners, economic development programs, and community leaders to provide LP leadership with the confidence needed to choose the Bath site within three months of initial contact.  Johnson also says that  Goodrich Auto Works, T&R Environmental’s spin-off company Momentum, Finger Lakes Community Health, Alstom, and Riedman are all existing businesses in the Bath community that are investing in new buildings over the next 12 months. 

FCC File

On January 4, 2024 Tower Broadcasting, LLC, licensee of call signs: WABH, 1380.0, Bath, New York; W293CE, 106.5, Bath, New York; W262CX, 100.3, Bath, New York; and WVIN-FM, 98.3, Bath, New York, filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission to transfer control of its broadcast licenses to the Estate of Gordon Ichikawa.  Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file comments and petitions on the application can visit:  https://publicfiles.fcc.gov and search in the public files of the stations.

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