WDNY Local News – August 02 2019

Written by on August 2, 2019

Call Now: 585-432-6029

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.



1400 WDNY

Hometown Radio

Current track
TITLE
ARTIST