WDNY Local News – August 02 2019

Written by on August 2, 2019

THE GOVERNOR’S TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMITTEE ANNOUNCED THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES THROUGHOUT NEW YORK STATE WILL BE CONDUCTING A CRACKDOWN ON SPEEDING WHICH BEGAN YESTERDAY AND RUNS THROUGH AUGUST 7TH. THIS CRACKDOWN HAS RESULTED IN SPEEDING-RELATED FATALITIES DECLINING MORE THAN 15 PERCENT FROM 2012 TO 2017. SPEED AWARENESS WEEK IS A HIGH-VISIBILITY ENFORCEMENT CAMPAIGN AIMED AT REDUCING THE INCIDENCES OF SPEED-RELATED CRASHES.

COMMUNITIES ACROSS LIVINGSTON COUNTY ARE VYING FOR AROUND $13 MILLION IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES THROUGH THE STATE’S REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL INITIATIVE. THE BIGGEST PRIZE BEING SOUGHT IN LIVINGSTON COUNTY IS A $10 MILLION DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION INITIATIVE FOR DANSVILLE. THIS IS THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW THAT DANSVILLE HAS SOUGHT THE FUNDING, TO DEVELOP THE DOWNTOWN PROJECTS THAT ENCOURAGE GROWTH. LAST YEAR DANSVILLE LOST TO PENN YAN.

IN A RELATED STORY THE DANSVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOSTED A DOWNTOWN PROGRAM EARLIER THIS WEEK AT BATTLE STREET BREWERY TO TALK ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF POP UP SHOPS DOWNTOWN. NICOLE ALIOTO, (AL E O TOE) OWNER OF ALLA BREVE EDUCATIONAL CONSULTING, FACILITATED THE PROGRAM WITH HER IDEAS ABOUT HOW TO BRING THESE SHOPS TO DANSVILLE’S HISTORIC MAIN STREET.


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