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News Update for Fri., Dec. 19, 2014


Horrigan announces new 800 number to help connect people with drug addictions to treatment, and other help...

Chautauqua County residents suffering from drug addiction now have a 24-hour a day -- seven-day a week number they can call for professional services to get the treatment they need.  County Executive Vince Horrigan and county Mental Hygiene Services Director Patricia Brinkman say the New York State HOPELine is a toll-free service that offers "help and hope" to those trying to break their addiction.  Horrigan says the confidential "one-stop" service came out of discussions by their "Action Teams" that were started up following the county's Drug Forum in March.  Horrigan says the phone number is 1-877-8-H-O-P-E-N-Y - or 1-877-846-7369.  He adds that HOPELine Services are multi-lingual... and, directed by Masters-level clinicians who are professional... well-trained, and knowledgable about all local, confidential services that include both in-patient, and out-patient.  Horrigan says this was the "best option" officials could find for anyone with addiction issues be they drugs... alcoholism... or gambling.  He adds that the county's Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Clinics are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Jamestown and Dunkirk.  The Jamestown number is 661-8330... while the Dunkirk number is 363-3550.


Spanos says seniors who haven't enrolled in Medicare still have time in Chautauqua County due to last month's Winter storm...

If you didn't have a chance to enroll in a Medicare program... or want to change plans... you still have time to do so in Chautauqua County.  That from county Office for the Aging Director Mary Ann Spanos... who says Chautauqua... Erie... Wyoming and three other counties were given special extensions because of last month's snowstorm that paralyzed parts of the region with 4 to 7 feet of snow.  Spanos adds, though, that while Open Enrollment has been extended through the end of the year... you cannot enroll directly through their office.  She says you have to call Medicare directly at 1-800-MEDICARE.  Spanos says it may be worth your time to make the call because "plans have changed... " especially with Medicare Advantage.  She adds you should also check if you're have Medicare Part-D and your medications have changes.  Again... the Medicare Open Enrollment period for Chautauqua County has been extended through Dec. 31, due to last month's snowstorm that mainly impacted the north county area.  You can also go on-line to www.medicare.gov.


World War-Two vet Costanzo receives French Legion Award...

Another honor was given this afternoon to one of Jamestown's most well-known, and decorated World War-Two veterans at the Vietnam Veteran's of America Post on Bigelow Ave.  State Senator Cathy Young was in Jamestown to present a medal to U.S. Army Cpl. Anthony Costanzo... honoring him as a member of France's Legion of Honor.  Young says the medal is given to only selected members of foreign army's for their help in keeping France free during times of war.  The Olean Republican says Costanzo was a member of the First Infantry Division that was the first ground force to fight the German's in North Africa.  Young says the Legion of Honor was first established by Napolean Bonaparte in 1801, and is the highest decoration in France.  Those members also include late General's Dwight Eisenhower... and, George S. Patton.  It's another in a long-line of awards and decorations given to Costanzo for his service in World War-Two.  He was inducted into the New York State Senate Veteran's Hall of Fame in 2011.


"Holiday Haul" needs big final day to reach goals...

Tomorrow is the final day of the second-annual Holiday Haul to benefit the St. Susan's Center in downtown Jamestown... and, there's still some room in the truck for food.  That from Jamestown Community College Athletic Director Keith Martin... who is camping out in the parking lot of the Jamestown Cycle Shop to raise money... and, food donations for the city's largest soup kitchen.  Martin began his three-day fund-raiser yesterday... and, says they've had a steady "trickle" of people stopping by.  But, he says they still have a lot of work to do by 3 p.m. Saturday.  Martin says they have a truck from Jamestown Mattress to place the non-perishable food items... such as canned food... pasta... and, spaghetti -- among others.  He also hopes to surpass last year's monitary donations of $9,000.  Martin says he's outside -- doing this -- because there are many people who are down on their luck... and, dont know where their next meal is coming from.  Again... Martin will be out accepting donations at the Jamestown Mattress truck at the Cycle Shop from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

 

 

WJTN News Headlines


Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration will move to prohibit fracking in the state... citing unresolved health issues and dubious economic benefits of the widely used gas-drilling technique.  Environmental Commissioner Joe Martens said Wednesday that he is recommending a ban.  Cuomo says he is deferring to Martens and Acting Health Commissioner Howard Zucker in making the decision.  Zucker and Martens on Wednesday summarized the findings of their environmental and health reviews.  They concluded that shale gas development using high-volume hydraulic fracturing carried unacceptable risks that haven't been sufficiently studied.  Martens says the DEC will put out a final environmental impact statement early next year, and after that he'll issue an order prohibiting fracking.

 

Governor Cuomo's executive action to ban horizontal, hydraulic fracturing -- or fracking -- in New York state is "disappointing" news.  That from local Assemblyman Andy Goodell.  Goodell has been a solid supporter of fracking -- within strict environmental guidelines.  The Bemus Point Republican says it's a way to boost the state's economy, and make it more energy independent.  He adds he isn't sure Cuomo really looked at any of the "upsides" to responsible fracking. Cuomo received a long-anticipated report from Acting state health Commissioner Howard Zucker on the potential risks of high volume, hydro-fracking.  Zucker says he considered all the data that's been received... and, says there are "significant questions and risks... which as of yet are unanswered.  I think it would be reckless to proceed in New York until more authoritative research is done."  Environmentally... Goodell says boosting natural gas production would be a help reduce Greenhouse Gases.  He says legislative action to block the ban isn't likely because Cuomo would still be able to veto such action... and, there aren't enough votes -- especially in the Assembly... for an override.

 

Chautauqua County's representative in the state Senate says the governor’s decision to ban exploration of our natural gas resources is a "punch in the gut" to the Southern Tier.  Olean Republican Cathy Young says Cuomo has "a moral obligation" to explain to residents in the region how he will alleviate rural poverty.  The senator says families desperately need jobs and economic opportunity... not government handouts.  She also says that "recovering our abundant natural resources would have brought an economic boom not seen for more than 100 years."  She adds it would have brought good paying jobs, and, relief for overburdened local taxpayers.

 

The public is being asked for it's help in finding the man who allegedly robbed the Kwik Fill station on Foote Avenue Extention in the town of Kiantone Tuesday night.  Chautauqua County Sheriff Joe Gerace says deputies... along with Jamestown, Ellicott, and State Police... responded to the scene -- near the city line -- shortly after 7 PM.  Gerace says they're looking for a white male in his 20s who allegedly pulled a knife on the clerk, and, demanded cash before running off.  City police say the man was wearing a black-hooded jacket and blue jeans... and, was between 6-foot, and 6-foot-2 inches tall with a thin build.  Gerace says if you have information on the case... you can call 664-3100... or their Tips line at 1-800-78CRIME... that's 1-800-782-7463.  You can also go on-line to Wetip-dot-COM.

 

The athletic director at Jamestown Community College is ready to again camp-out at the Jamestown Cycle Shop in an effort to bring in food and monitary donations for the city's biggest soup kitchen.  Last year... Keith Martin spent three days in the cycle shop parking lot... and, raised 9-thousand dollars... and, 4-tons in food donations for the St. Susan's Center.  After such a great response... Martin said he had to do it again... and, the second-annul "Holiday Haul" begins tomorrow at 6 AM.  Martin hopes to do better this year, because the need is greater at St. Susan's.
In fact... St. Susan's new director, Jeff Smith, says they're averaging 350 to 400 meals served a day, Monday through Friday.  Smith adds the number is down slightly on weekends.  At the beginning of December... he adds they've already served a record 108-thousand meals this year.  While the need is great... Smith says the generosity of the community has been great as well.  Smith reminds residents that for each dollar donated to St. Susan's... they can buy 7-dollars worth of food from the Food Bank of Western New York.

 

It's a week before Christmas, and Toys for Tots needs more toys.  Terri Johnson, one of the coordinators for the annual drive says they have applications for toys for 2100 children at this point, 300 more than a year ago... and they could hit a record this year.  Anyone who wants to contribute a new unwrapped toy can place it in one of the many Toys for Tots barrels throughout the community today.  After that, toys can be taken to 'Toy Central' at the Gateway Center on Water Street from 2 to 5 PM Friday or all day Saturday.  The greatest need right now is toys for babies, teenagers, and boys 6 to 10 years old.  The Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots in Chautauqua County is coordinated by the Resource Center. 

 

There were a number of successes for the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce, and, it's members in 2014... and, those were celebrated at yesterday's annual meeting.  Chamber members gathered at Moonbrook Country Club... just north of Jamestown... to look back on the past year.  Chamber President Todd Tranum says -- overall -- 2014 was a "great year...." During the keynote Address... the chamber got an update on efforts to create a National Comedy Center in downtown Jamestown.  Comedy Center Executive Director Journey Gunderson... and, Board President Tom Benson gave a detailed talk about the project... which just received a 1.5-million dollar award from the Governor's Regional Economic Development Council program.  Tranum calls it a "significant" development project in the county.  Benson says an expert study they had commissioned shows the center will draw -- conservatively -- 122-thousand people in it's first year of existance.  Tranum says a new board member from Ralston Purina in Dunkirk was added to the panel for 2015.  Otherwise... he says the board's make-up is the same as 2014.

 

The county Chamber Wednesday also presented it's annual "Pam Lydic Coalition Builder Award" to the man who founded two organizations that help Jamestown school student excel in the classoom... as well as athletics and the arts.  Ron Graham was the founder of the Chautauqua Striders in 1979... and, the Infinity Visual and Performing Arts in 1998.  Graham called receiving the award "a tremendous honor...." By the beginning of 2015... both the Striders and Infinity programs will be housed in the former federal building at Prendergast and East Third Streets.  Chamber President Todd Tranum says Graham's programs have had a profound impact on hundreds of youth in the Greater Jamestown-Area.  Tranum says the chamber believes those impacts will be lasting for many of those young people.  Graham thanked several people that helped him take a dream for both organizations... and, make it a reality.

 

 

 

 


 

WJTN News Headlines


Local police are looking for a man in his 20s who allegedly held up the Kwik Fill Store on Foote Avenue Extension in the town of Kiantone last night with a knife... and, fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.  Jamestown Police Captain Bob Samuelson says the suspect entered the store about 7:05 PM... wearing a black hooded jacket and blue jeans.  Samuelson says the man was a white male, between 6-foot-and 6-foot-2 inches tall with a thin build.  He says city police were called to the scene to assist Chautauqua County Sheriff's officers.  Samuelson says the Sheriff's Department will release more details on the crime.  Anyone who may have information on this crime is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 664-3100.

 

Gas prices this last, full week before Christmas in the Jamestown-area have dropped another 10-cents a gallon from last week.  That from the Triple-A's Fuel Gauge Report... which says prices locally are down from just over 3-dollars-10 cents a gallon... to just over 3-dollars a gallon.  In fact... some stations are showing a price of 2--99.9 for regular, unleaded.  The price is based on reports from 19 service stations in the Jamestown area.  Nationally... the Triple-A says the average for retail gasoline is at it's lowest level in more than five years.  The average price in the U-S is now 2-dollars-55 cents per gallon.

 

A woman involved with the Warren High School Dragons Band Boosters has been accused of stealing 12-thousand dollars in funds from the booster's savings account the past four years.  State Police in Warren say they arrested 46 year-old Michelle Lee Bova of Warren Tuesday for allegedly taking the money between early 2009... and, this past September.  Troopers say Bova made withdrawls from the account that were not authorized... and, she's been charged with 16 counts of theft by unlawful taking.  Bova was arraigned... and, sent to the Warren County Jail on 30-thousand dollars cash bail.  If you have any information that might help police... they ask you to call State Police, or CRIMESTOPPERS.

 

Often the only way to bring about change is to expose what needs to be changed.  That was the lesson for nearly 150 Persell Middle School eighth-graders earlier this Fall in Jamestown.  They were part of the "Muckraking in Jamestown" project to show problems in the community.  Many of the students say blighted and delapitated housing... and, crumbling sidewalks are both an eyesore... and, a safety issue.  During a presentation to the City Council Monday night... student Sarah Reale says they took hundreds of pictures to bring to light those problems.
Graffiti was another prevailent problem the students photographed in the downtown area.  One student added the most common word they saw was Cheez... but, it was spelled C-H-E-E-Z.  He says it seemed meaningless at first... but, they later found it was the nickname for a combinaton of Heroin and Tylenol PM.  The students spoke as many of the pictures they took during their day in the downtown where shown on a screen in Council Chambers.  Eighth Grader Teacher Jayme Genco says the students really got into the lesson... which was based on the writtings of Jacob Ries... who highlighted slum conditions in New York City during the late 1800's.

 

The state Board of Regents has recommended a 2-billion dollar increase in state school aid in the 2015-16 budget.  The board, which sets education policy, says the recommendation approved Monday would drive more money to districts with the greatest needs and advance priorities like early childhood learning.  In all... the Regents recommend the state spend 24.4-billion dollars on education in the next fiscal year.  About 600-million would go to restore Gap Elimination Adjustment funding.  Lack of such funding has hurt Jamestown in recent years.

 

The 120-year-old Chautauqua Amphitheater needs an upgrade... but, it shouldn't be torn down to make way for a new facility when it can be saved.  Those are the feelings of Chicago's Brian Berg... a summer resident of the Institution... who with his wife... formed the group "Save the Amphitheater-dot-ORG.  Berg has become the voice of the opposition to the 30-million dollar project... which is slated to begin at the end of next season.  He say's it's a "great historic venue..." adding that Historian Jeff Simpson calls it the "heartbeat of Chautauqua...." Berg adds that several other preservation groups... including 'Preservation Buffalo-Niagara...' feel the same way he and his wife do.  The Cleveland native says groups from there to Pittsburgh, and Buffalo, now oppose tearing down the current Amp to make way for a new one.  Berg says the state Office of Historic Preservation is also on board... and, recently told Chautauqua to "pull back" and, scrap plans to demolish the structure.  Institution officials say, to keep the amphitheater where it is now, a complete rebuild is needed.

 

Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan says he is continuing to work with local government officials to develop a plan to achieve long term tax savings through shared services.  He held another forum on the issue in Mayville late Monday... and a number of local mayors, supervisors and municipal leaders attended the session. Horrigan says the state is requiring a shared services plan as part of the process to continue the freeze in 2016.  He says they'll require a shared services plan to generate one-percent of the tax levy to then provide a rebate back to all STAR Eligible homeowners.  Horrigan expects local leaders to meet again sometime next spring.  He says the deadline to submit the plan is June 1st.

 


It's a move that "solidifies" top-calibur baseball's return to Jamestown next year.  The city council has approved transferring the lease for the new collegiate Prospect League baseball franchise to a Wisconsin-based sports marketing and entertainment business.  During a special meeting Monday night... lawmakers unanimously approved the new 5-year agreement with MKE Sports Entertainment... which has bought controlling interest in the Lorain, Ohio franchise from RS Entertainment.  Council Finance Committee Chairman Tony Dolce says this the next move in bringing and keeping a franchise here. The new ownership group will be based in Jamestown... and, be called Jamestown Baseball, LLC.  The principals... including major partner Mike Zimmerman... were introduced during a press conference late last week.  Zimmerman's group -- which recently bought the Milwaukee Wave of the Major Indoor Soccer League -- also has bought interest in the Prospect League's Kokomo, Indiana franchise.  Mayor Sam Teresi says the move was not a surprise... because RS Owner Kevin Rhomberg said -- with the move to Jamestown -- he would be losing a couple of investors he had in Ohio.


 

WJTN News Headlines


A six-member panel is recommending an incremental increase in the salaries for both the mayor... and, city council members in Jamestown.  The city's Salary Review Commission offered it's proposal to lawmakers at last night's work session.  It includes an 18-thousand dollar annual increase for the mayor from 2016 through 2019... and, a one-thousand dollar increase for each Council member... beginning in 2016.  Former Mayor Dick Kimball chaired the commission... and, says due to salary freezes... and, other reasons... many city employees now make more than the mayor now. Kimball says the last increase in the mayor's salary -- from 65-thousand to 72-thousand dollars a year -- was made in 2008.  However... he says the city council never acted on the proposal made in 2012.  As for city council... Kimball says that situation's been worse.  Their last raise was in 31 years ago to the current 5-thousand dollars a year.  If lawmakers approve... it would go to 6-thousand in 2016.  Committee chairs would receive another 500-dollars... while the Council President would get an additional one-thousand dollars.  If council approved for the "next" council and mayor... the mayoral increase would be 8-thousand dollars in 2016 to 80-thousand dollars a year. Council Finance Committee Chairman Tony Dolce says debate is "warranted" on the salary issue... and, he expressed his desire to have a work session on the proposal sometime in January.

 

New York's governor says there is no agreement on a legislative pay hike because state lawmakers won't agree on campaign finance and ethics reforms.  Lawmakers have suggested returning to Albany for a lame-duck session this month to give themselves a raise.  They now make 79-thousand-500 for their part-time work, but haven't seen a raise in 14 years.  Governor Andrew Cuomo said on public radio's ``Capitol Pressroom'' Monday that any pay hike should be accompanied by campaign finance and ethics changes.  He says that so far, lawmakers have balked at the idea -- making the possibility of a special session less and less likely.  Cuomo has suggested limiting lawmakers' outside income, instituting broad public campaign financing and prohibiting lawmakers from accepting work from groups who do business with the state.

 

Two people accused of dealing Heroin in Warren County are off the streets after being arrested Monday night by the Warren County Drug Task Force.  The Warren Times Observer reports that Shauna Hanson and Shane Williams, both of Hemlock Road were arrested at seperate locations Monday evening and arraigned by video-conference before District Judge Daniel Miller.  Both were taken to the Warren County Jail with bail set at 35 thousand dollars.

 

A former Jamestown City Councilman is set to be appointed to fill a vacancy on the Chautauqua County Legislature this week.  Minority Leader Keith Ahlstrom says he expects Paul Whitford's appointment to fill the Legislature District 13 seat to pass without opposition.  The Dunkirk Democrat says Whitford will replace Paula DeJoy... who resigned from the legsilature early last month because she was moving out of District 13. Ahlstrom says he's known Whitford through his previous dealings with labor and industry... and, Democrat affairs.  Whitford represented Ward-Six in Jamestown for the past seven years... but, he had to resign his seat because he moved to an address in the First Ward.  Ahlstrom says he believes Whitford will "fit right in" and work well with the Democrat caucus.  If approved by the legislature... Whitford will fill out DeJoy's term which expires at the end of next year.

 

A Lakewood man is jailed without bail for allegedly breaking into a home on Jamestown's southside last weekend... and, stealing a number of items.  Jamestown police say they were called to the scene on West Cowden Place about Noon Saturday on a burglary complaint.  Further investigation led officers to find 22 year-old Dylan Abbey hiding inside another Cowden Place residence last Sunday morning.  Police say Abbey was arrested on several unrelated warrants... and, he was allegedly found with a number of items taken during the West Cowden Place break-in.  He was arraigned on several charges... including Felony second-degree burglary... and, sent to the county lock-up.

 

It's not perfect... but, Chautauqua County's Congressman says the 1.1-trillion dollar Continuing Resolution approved by the House and Senate late last week is a "step in the right direction."  Corning Republican Tom Reed was among the slight majority in the House that voted for the measure that prevents a partial-government shut-down.  Reed says there are a number of items in the bill he's "very happy" to see... including measures to restrict funding to further implement "Common Core" in public schools. Reed adds that there are also funding restrictions for the Internal Revenue Service... regarding targeting of groups -- be they conservative or liberal in nature.  He adds there are also funding restrictions on the proposed expansion of EPA navigable water regulations.  Reed says he would have liked to see "Common Core" repealed entirely.  However... it was approved in both the House and Senate... and, now goes to the president's desk.  Reed made his comments during his weekly telephone conference call with regional media.

 

A project to renovate one of downtown Jamestown's historic bank buildings will allow a local, high-tech employer to move and expand in the city.  The Jamestown Renaissance Corporation has also received a quarter of a million dollar award from the state to help upgrade the M-&-T Building at Third and Main Street as part of the 4-million dollar project.  Mayor Sam Teresi says it's another project funded by the state's Regional Economic Development Council program.... as well as state tax credits. Teresi says the M-&-T project includes moving Digitel from the Furniture Mart building to the M-&-T site so it can expand... and, keep 50 jobs in downtown Jamestown.  He adds the firm also plans to add between 15 and 20 jobs.  Teresi says M-&-T will also be leasing space back in the building... and, there will be another 10 to 15-thousand square feet of space for professional office or commercial use.  He says the state regional council program also approved a 338-thousand dollar award to CODE, Incorporated... to purchase property for a Greenway Project at East Second and Winsor Streets.  Teresi says it will be used to create a recreational area in the Appleyard Terrace area.  He made his comments on last weekend's "Community Spotlight" Program.

 

 

 

 


 

News Update for Mon., Dec. 15, 2014


Former City Councilman Whitford for be appointed to county legislature this week...

Chautauqua County lawmakers are set to fill a vacancy on the panel this Wednesday night when they hold their final meeting of 2014.  Minority Leader Keith Ahlstrom says he expects Jamestown Democrat Paul Whitford's appointment to fill the Legislative District 13 seat to pass without opposition.  Ahlstrom -- a Dunkirk Democrat -- says Whitford will replace Paula DeJoy... who resigned from the seat last month because she was moving out of District 13.  He says he's known Whitford for a number of years... and, believes he'll "fit right in" with the Democrat Caucus... and, the legislature.   Whitford represented Ward-Six in Jamestown for the past seven years.  Ahlstrom says Whitford's appointment might have come sooner... but, he wanted to finish up work as a council member on Jamestown's 2015 city budget.  If approved by the legislature... Whitford will fill out DeJoy's term which expires at the end of next year.


Lakewood man arrested for allegedly breaking into home in city's southside last weekend...

A Lakewood man is jailed without bail for allegedly breaking into a home on Jamestown's southside last weekend... and, stealing a number of items.  Jamestown police say they were called to the scene on West Cowden Place about 12 p.m. Saturday on a burglary complaint.  Further investigation led officers to find 22 year-old Dylan Abbey hiding inside another Cowden Place residence last Sunday morning.  Police say Abbey was arrested on several unrelated warrants... and, he was allegedly found with a number of items taken during the West Cowden Place break-in.  He was arraigned on several charges... including Felony second-degree burglary... and, sent to the county lock-up.


Reed votes for Continuing Resolution, though it's "not perfect..."

It's not perfect... but, Chautauqua County's Congressman says the $1.1-trillion Continuing Resolution approved by the House and Senate late last week is a "step in the right direction."  Corning Republican Tom Reed was among the slight majority in the House that voted for the measure that prevents a partial-government shut-down.  Reed says there are a number of items in the bill he's "very happy" to see... including measures to restrict funding to further implement "Common Core" in public schools.  He's been opposed to the new school standards.  Reed says it also includes language to prevent infringement on Second-Amendment by the U.N. Small Arms Treaty.  He says the measure was approved in both the House and Senate... and, now goes to the president's desk.


 

News Alert! for Sat., Dec. 13, 2014


JPD identifies suspect in Meth. Lab explosion and fire...

Jamestown police investigators have now identified the man who was reportedly burned when an alleged Methamphetime Lab on the city's northside exploded late last month.  City Police Captain Bob Samuelson says they identified 43 year-old Christopher Swanson during the course of interviews... and, other evidence found during the investigation.  Samuelson says Swanson was treated at a local hospital following the November 20th incident at 824 Prendergast Avenue.  He adds the suspect is at-large... and, they're asking for the public's help in the case.  He says Swanson is a white male... about 5-foot-8 inches tall... and 160 pounds.  Samuelson says he has brownish, blond hair -- ususally in a pony-tail.  If you have any information on Swanson's whereabouts... call the JPD tip-line at 483-TIPS... that's 483-8477.     


Four teens arrested for alleged arson fire on Jamestown's westside...

Four city teens have been arrested for allegedly setting fire to a vacant house on Jamestown's westside yesterday afternoon.  Police Captain Bob Samuelson says the blaze was called in shortly after 5 p.m. at 44 West Ninth Street... and, city fire crews saw fire and heavy smoke coming from the first floor on arrival.  He says they had the fire in the condemned home under control quickly... and, investigators say witnesses spotted the four youths leaving the home shortly before the first was called in.  Samuelson says two 16 year-olds who were allegedly involved face Felony arson and burglary charges.  A 14 year-old, and 13 year-old who were also allegedly involved were released to their parents... and, their cases will be petitioned to family court.

 

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