Tuesday, May 1, 2018
The Livingston county sheriff’s office has i dentified a man suspected in fatal a hit and run crash over then weekend , The suspect has been identified as Valeri Belioutsa, a 54-year-old from Thornhill, Ontario in Canada They say Beliousta was driving on Route 63 in Geneseo shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday when he allegedly hit 24 year old Nicholas Ianerelli , whose body was found in the road. Sheriff Thomas Dougherty says all evidence points to Beliousta, who was driving a tractor trailer registered to a Canadian company. The sheriff says surveillance video—and what he called old fashioned police work—led to the driver. He also says Belioutsa and the company was driving for have been cooperative but that the case may be complicated because Beliousta his company are Canadian District Attorney Greg McCaffey says the continuing investigation will involve officials on both sides of the border. Ianerelli was a 2016 Graduate of SUNY Geneseo. Tthe sheriff is not saying what Ianerelli was doing in the tine leading up to the fatal crash.
Its time for hydrant flushing Wayland Water customers. The village water department will be flushing fire hydrants the week. They say your water may be discolored but if it is, you can run the taps for a bit to clear it, One other bit of advice—you should try to avoid doing laundry at this time. The department says the flushing may be inconvenient, but has to be done every so often to make sure the lines work in an emergency,
An annual springtime event in Livingston Ccounty has been pushed back a week-because of the late spring . the Genesee Valley Conservancy is moving its scheduled bluebell hikes. back a week because the flowers aren’t quite ready for their closeup. The hikes have been rescheduled to May 12 at Culvert Farm in Geneseo so hikers can spot the brightly-colored flowers during a peak bloom. The bluebells are brightest for only a few days a year, and this year the peak is a just a bit later than normal. For more information, go to www.geneseevalleyconservancy.org
Car seats need to be installed safely to work—and the Cornelll Cooperative extension of Livingston County is hoping to help make sure the seat are put in right. The extension is holding several on the next few months workshops to check the safety seats—one in Mt. Morris and the other in Dansville. The first session is May 26 at KidStart-HeadStart, on Groveland Station Rd., Mount Morris, while the second is June 16 at Wentworth Motors, in Dansville Two other sessions are scheduled for later in the summer .Police departments are helping out too— officers say the will be glad to take a look at car seats if you contact your local department and let them know you want to make sure yous kids are buckled in safely.
Lots of good cheer for kids later this week in Dansville. The K-6th Grade Cheer Clinic will be be held at EBH gym, Friday May 11 from 2:30-5:30p. Cost $20 per participant. Students will be l be taught cheers, dance & stunting. Registration and fee due by Sat May 5 . We have the information on our website. Larry & Phyllis Greene, 11 Adams St, Dansville, NY 14437 or call 335-8468 for more details.]