Election Day Voting Locations For Some Local Towns
Early voting is going on this week and this weekend. The early voting site in Bath is at 20 East Morris Street, the county annex building and it’s open until 6pm for early voting today. On election day, Tuesday November 7, here is the voting location for Bath: Bath District 1 votes at the Kanona Fire Department, Bath District 2 votes at the Savona Municipal Building, Bath District 3 at the Bath Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, Bath District 4 at the Cenetary United Methodist Church. For the Town of Campbell, on Election Day, voting will be at the Campbell Fire Station on Route 415 in Campbell. Voting location on election day for Lindley is at the Lindley Town Hall. For Prattsburgh, voting on election day will be at the Prattsburgh Fire Station.
Sports Merger Workshop At 6PM, The Public Is Welcome
Regarding that possible sports merger between Hammondsport and Bath. Bath School Superintendent Kelly Houwk says there’s going to be a special school board workshop today, starting at 6:00pm at the Dana Lyons Middle School. It’s open to the public and they’ll be talking about a possible athletic merger between the two schools, Bath and Hammondsport. The Bath School Superintendent also says Bath school officials are also meeting separately today with students, in order to find out why there are less students getting into sports in Bath.
The 21 year old suspect, Patrick Dai, who is accused of making the anti-Semitic death threats at Cornell University, is from the Monroe County Town of Pittsford. Officials with the U.S. Attorneys Office say that Patrick Dai could get five years in a federal prison and a fine of up to $250,000. "The complaint alleges that Dai posted threatening messages to the Cornell section of an online discussion site," the U.S. Attorneys stated in a press release from yesterday. "Including posts calling for the deaths of Jewish people and a post that said 'gonna shoot up 104 west.' According to information provided by Cornell University Police and other public information, 104 West is a Cornell University dining hall that caters predominantly to Kosher diets and is located next to the Cornell Jewish Center, which provides residences for Cornell students. In another post, Dai allegedly threatened to “'stab' and 'slit the throat' of any Jewish males he sees on campus, to rape and throw off a cliff any Jewish females, and to behead any Jewish babies. In that same post, Dai threatened to 'bring an assault rifle to campus and shoot all you pig jews.' "
The Case Continues Against Chemung County Man, Accused Of A Violent Assault Recently In Alfred
The four Elmira suspects, ages 19 and 20, who are accused of beating a college student in Alfred, nearly killing him, are in Alfred Village Court again tonight. It’s expected that the case will ultimately end up in Allegany County Court, due to the severity of the charges: 2nd degree attempted murder and 1st degree gang assault.