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News update for Mon., Mar. 3, 2014

Horrigan names Sanctuary as interim Airport and Parks Manager following resignation by Arcadipane...

A former head of the Chautauqua County Airports and Parks System is back at the helm following the most recent manager's resignation.  That from County Executive Vince Horrigan... who says Sam Arcadipane tendered his resignation last Friday after serving in both positions for the past two years.  Horrigan declined to say why Arcadipane resigned... but, did express his appreciation for his hard work, and service.  Horrigan says he's responded by bringing back Dave Sanctuary... who is no stranger to county government... to head up the airports and parks on an interim basis.   Sanctuary is a former career airline pilot and manager served a term of service under former County Executive Greg Edwards through part of 2011... when he retired.  Horrigan says Sanctuary's appointment is interim at this point... but, adds he's asked him to continue current initiatives... including finding a new carrier to replace Silver Airlines.

Grant sentenced to up to 5 years in state prison in connection with shooting and killed of Fredonia man in 2012...

The first of two men accused of killing an elderly Fredonia man in September 2012 has been sentenced to 20 months to 5 years in state prison.  District Attorney David Foley says 28-year-old Christopher Grant of Dunkirk appeared before County Judge John Ward this morning.  Foley says they had reached a plea deal with Grant... who is cooperating with the prosecution in the other case involving 46 year-old Theodore Wickham.  Wickham was found guilty of shooting the 73 year-old victim.

Reed pleased with progress on Tax Code reform work...

Local congressman Tom Reed says he's excited that a work group of the House Ways and Means Committee he's been part of is finishing up work on major revisions to the nation's tax code.  Reed says the panel... headed up by Committee Chairman Dave Camp... has been working for three years on revising and simplifying the 70,000 page tax code.  The Corning republican adds that residents of the 23rd Congressional District would save -- on average -- $600 each on their tax returns with the changes.  He calls that "real money" that people would hold onto and not have to pay for the aggravation of getting their taxes done. 

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