Top Stories, September 14, 2023

Solar Power News, Out Of Campbell

Campbell Town Clerk Michelle Seeley tells WVIN that the Town of Campbell lifted the moratorium on Solar last Monday.  The Campbell Clerk also says, there is still a moratorium on Solar Battery Storage there, and that the amount of time that the moratorium will last, will be made known in the next few weeks.


Tourism Is Alive And Well In Steuben County

Governor Kathy Hochul says that tourist numbers have greatly increaseed, here in New York State.  The governor notes that in 2022, there was a four percent increase in tourist spending, and Hochul says 291 million people visited the state last year.   Wvin checked in with Steuben County Manager Jack Wheeler on that topic.  Wheeler says county tourism is doing “very well and that tourism is strong."

It's Firefighter Appreciation Month Nationwide

Bath Village Mayor Michael Sweet notes that September is Firefighter Appreciation Month.  Sweet says quote, “I certainly appreciate all the time and energy it takes to be a volunteer firefighter! Thank you all firefighters.”


Keep These Dates Open For The Kananon Fire Dept
Stoney Acres Market on Route 415 North in Bath is having a Barbeque Dinner.  That will be on Saturday September 23, to benefit the Kanona Fire Department.  Also, the Kanona Fire Dept is having a drive through Ham Dinner, on October 7th, that’s a Saturday.  The Kanona Drive Through Ham Dinner that day will cost $12.00 per meal and it begins at 3pm Oct 7.

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