WDNY Local News, Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Written by Jerry Lademan on May 16, 2018
Wednesday, May 16 2018
No drama in local school elections Tuesday. Districts reporting results all say the budgets passed comfortably. Many school board elections were uncontestedturnout as in most elections in the past, said to be low, with no major opposition to any of the budget candidates .or propositions. Among the reported resultsthe Wayland-Cohocton Central School: Budget was approved 319- to 62- and school board members Lisa Bugbee and Phillip G. Trautman were re-elected to five year terms.
Republicans in Livingston county have decided not to endorse incumbent assemblyman Joe Erigo in his bid for re election in the state’s 133rd assembly district, instead backing political newcomer Marjorie Burns. Errigowhose district includes all of Livingston and parts of Monroe and Steuben CountiesHAS won the endorsement of the Monroe County G O P, while the party leaders in Steuben County wont meet until next Month until June. Errigo has represented the 133rd since 2016 when he was picked to fill the sat left open by the death of former assemblyman Bill Nojay, just weeks before the election.
A man from Dansville has pleaded guilty to Sexually assaulting a 13 year old girla charge he had repeatedly and denied. Prosecutors say 38 year old Lance Riley entered that guilty plea in Livingston County courtjust a week after a judge in Wyoming County refused to allow Riley to take back an earlier plea made in April… The two pleas mean that Riley will serve a total of 20 years in prison. And 28 years of post release supervision after that. Livingston County Assistant D A Justin Hill calls Riley a Dangerous predator and says the 13 year old victim showed courage to face her attacker even as Riley tried to destroy her credibility. Riley was prosecuted in both counties because the abuse happened in each county over the course of several months.
We have already seen some severe weather this spring and the National Weather Service is looking for people to help when storms threaten again. The national weather service is offering a free class in Livingston county this evening to train volunteers for its Skywarn program The class takes plans at 7:00 this evening at the County Emergency operations center on Gypsy lane in Mt. Morris. If you would like more information, the weather services Buffalo website has details. We have that link up on the local news page of our website as well. [www.weather.gov/buf/skywarn]
Lots of vintage cars on display this coming weekend in Penn Yan . The Spring Car Show, takes place Sat May 19 at The Windmill, Rt 14A, . Rain or Shine, $10 fee day of show for show vehicles. Registration 8a-12n, awards 3pm.