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Top Stories, October 25, 2022

Beware Of This Online Scam

There’s a scam going on where, if you click an online link that advertises selling hoodies for the bath Police department, that’s a scam,  don’t fall for it and don’t click on the link.

 

The Retirement Announcement And Plans For A New Super

With the  news that Joe Rumsey is retiring at the end of the school year in June, Bath Central School Board President, Mike Mishook says that the school system hopes to have a new school superintendent by spring of 2023.   The school board president appeared this morning on WVIN’s Community Focus.

 

A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Is Coming Up In Bath

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County is pleased to announce that the ribbon cutting for the new community park on Haverling Street in Bath will be held on Tuesday, November 1 at 2:30 p.m. at the site of the new dog park, teaching pavilion, and food garden. CCE Steuben raised over $15,680 for their FLXGives campaign in November 2021 – Betty’s Dream. Betty Langendorfer was a Master Gardener at CCE Steuben for many years. The Village of Bath placed the park on Betty’s former property along Haverling Street to include the dog park and a parking lot. CCE Steuben’s funds built a teaching pavilion, and a permaculture garden is planned for the spring of 2023.

 

Domestic Dispute Allegations In Bath 

Bath Police Chief Colin Taft says, recently they got a call about an alleged domestic dispute on Warden Street.  According to Chief Taft, police showed up and found that the suspect had left the scene.  Then the phone rang again at the police station, telling officers that the suspect had returned to the home on Warden Street.  So police went back and report seeing the suspect leaving the area and driving away.  The suspect was pulled over.  The suspect is 37 year old Michael Trenchard who is charged with 2nd degree criminal trespass, 3rd degree assault, 3rd degree menacing and 4th degree criminal mischief.  The police chief says quote, “Due to bail reform, Trenchard was arraigned and released.”

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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