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News Update for Tues., Sept. 30, 2014


Gerace pleased County has "Hi-Drug Trafficking Area" designation to help fight war against opiate drug dealing and addiction...

Chautauqua County is getting some federal support in it's efforts to beat the opiate drug epidemic... and, drug-related crime.  County officials learned late Monday that the area has been officially been designated as a "High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Area."  Gerace says he's pleased the county's received that designation... which he says makes it elgible for additional resources to fight the Heroin "scourge."  That's how U-S Senator Charles Schumer... who announced the designation... termed the new war on drugs.  Gerace says the new tools they'll get at the beginning will be a big help.  In particular... he says they'll be able to use the federal HIDTA Center for undercover work and networking in the "war against drugs."  Gerace thanked Schumer for pushing for the designation... which the Senator says is geared towards improving "coordination among federal, state and local law enforcement agencies."  There has been concern in the past whether any of the resources will filter down to local agencies... but, Gerace says -- in this case -- they will because "we're all in this together."  He says the Heroin epidemic is nationwide.  But... Schumer says Jamestown has seen heroin-related arrests at least triple over the past three years.  City Police Chief Harry Snellings said Monday night he was unaware of the designation... adding "I wasn't in the loop."


Former Gov. Pataki mulling 2016 Presidential run...

Former New York Governor George Pataki is reportedly considering running for president in 2016... though a former aide says talk of a campaign is premature.  The New York Post reported Tuesday that Pataki is privately weighing whether to enter the wide-open Republican field.  The paper says Pataki recently met with major Republican donor David Koch.  Pataki was governor from 1995 to 2006 and was mentioned as a potential presidential contender in the 2008 and 2012 elections.  David Catalfamo, a former top Pataki adviser, says it's premature to talk about his former boss running for president.


Robo Enterprises celebrates 50th Anniversary...

A third-generation family business in the Jamestown-area... and, Dunkirk... is celebrating it's 50th anniversary.  A special celebration took place at one of Robo Enterprises' three Jamestown locations at 111 Marion St. this afternoon.  Employees and patrons enjoyed hot dogs and a 50th anniversary cake.  Managing Partner Kim Carlson called it "a wonderful day... " and, thanked her grandparents and parents for starting up... and, continuing such a great business.  Robo's other Managing Partner... Aaron Beichner... is also a third-generation family member involved with the company.  Beichner started in 2009 when they began their Dunkirk project.  He calls Robo a "great opportunity" for him... and, he looks forward to more expansion.

  

WJTN News Headlines


A problem has arisen with apartment house tenants getting the proper credit for recycling under the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities new incentive program.  One tenant... Guinn Anderson... addressed the City Council at last night's voting session about the problem.  Anderson told lawmakers he has been recycling since the program -- involving new, bar-coded orange bins -- began.  However... he says he's found he's not getting the credit for it... and, is getting charged the full amount for trash collection.  Anderson says he's learned since that while the bins are coded for specific apartments -- they weren't distributed to each apartment. Anderson says he doesn't want to be confrontational... but, does says this is a problem.  A couple of city lawmakers said they had heard about a few such problems in recent times.  Second-Ward Councilman Tony Dolce urged Anderson to address his concern directly to the BPU to see how it can be rectified.  Anderson says tenants need to really pay attention to the bar code number on their garbage bill invoice.  He says they should make sure it matches the bar code on their orange bin.

 

The approximately 200 unionized workers at RHI Monofrax in Jamestown have gone on strike... accusing the company of claiming it doesn't have enough work to support it's workers.  However... the company this year has received a couple of major U-S Department of Energy contracts for ceramic containers over the past year.  An employee who wished to remain anonymous tells us they and Monofrax are far apart on wages and benefits.  He adds the company wants to slash health insurance.  He also says that pension's have been frozen.  Monofrax has laid-off 20 workers during various times in recent months due to "lack of work."  We have calls into Monofrax management officials... and, officials with the National Conference of Firemen and Oilers- Local-#266 for comment... but, have not heard back from them yet.  Local-#266 represents most of the workers at Monofrax.

 

A federal lawmaker, who was key to RHI Monofrax getting the U-S Department of Energy contracts for the nuclear waste containers, believes the local manufacturer is having the work done in Falconer.  Congressman Tom Reed is reacting to worker speculation that the DOE contracts... the most recent one for 2.8-million dollars... are actually being filled by RHI workers overseas.  Reed said Monday that the Energy Department agreements with Monofrax are 'very specific' to the Falconer plant.  He adds that these contracts aren't going to solve all of RHI's problems.
An employee... who did not want to be identified... says RHI has a plant in France that may have been given the work on the public contracts to save money.  However... Reed says that's pretty well-tracked -- and he and the DOE would have known about it.  In the meantime... he remains hopeful that management and the employees can work out their differences... and, keep Monofrax a "viable" company.  RHI Monofrax's contract with it's unionzed workers expired at Midnight Sunday night.

 

Chautauqua County's jobless rate fell last August to 6.1-percent from 6.5-percent in July.  While the workforce numbers have dropped... State Labor Department Analyst John Slenker tells us the number of people who have reached 62 years of age... and, have retired... is also up.  Overall... Slenker says the job count dropped 400 from July to 53-thousand-700 last month.  He adds the number of people working in the county is down by 100 over the year.  Slenker says there were no increase in two major job areas in August. Generally... Slenker says there will be some ongoing weakness through the end of the year due to pending lay-offs at ConAgra's two Carriage House plants in Dunkirk and Fredonia.  Both plants are closing by the end of the year.   Slenker says the unemployment rate is down -- even though the workforce numbes are also down.  He says that's due in part to workers dropping out of the job market.  But... he says the biggest factor recently has been retirements as "Baby Boomers..." and, not replaceing them.  Slenker says the jobless rate in August of last year was 7.3-percent.

 

The unemployment picture in Cattaraugus County is similar to Chautauqua's with a decline in the labor force.  However... the jobless rate is down from 6.6-percent to 6.2 in August.  Labor Analyst John Slenker says the number of people in the work force was down 500 from July to 38-thousand-300.  However... Slenker says that number is down by 12-hundred for the year... mainly due to an aging population.  However... slenker says the actual job count is even for the year... and month... at just under 32-thousand.  Cattaraugus County's jobless rate in August of last year was 7.5-percent.

 

New York has requested federal permission to import out-of-state marijuana so children and young adults with epilepsy can get medication soon instead of waiting for the state to develop its own program.  Acting Health Commissioner Howard Zucker, in letters to the Justice Department, says there's objective evidence that cannabidiol, the active ingredient in marijuana, may help those patients who are suffering and not responding to conventional treatments.  He says New York's medical marijuana program, with tightly regulated cultivation and manufacture within the state, isn't scheduled to start before 2016.  In July, New York became the 23rd state to authorize its use for patients with diseases, including AIDS, cancer and epilepsy.  Health department spokeswoman Emily Pierce says the Justice Department is studying the request.


 

WJTN News Headlines


A problem has arisen with apartment house tenants getting the proper credit for recycling under the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities new incentive program.  One tenant... Guinn Anderson... addressed the City Council at last night's voting session about the problem.  Anderson told lawmakers he has been recycling since the program -- involving new, bar-coded orange bins -- began.  However... he says he's found he's not getting the credit for it... and, is getting charged the full amount for trash collection.  Anderson says he's learned since that while the bins are coded for specific apartments -- they weren't distributed to each apartment. Anderson says he doesn't want to be confrontational... but, does says this is a problem.  A couple of city lawmakers said they had heard about a few such problems in recent times.  Second-Ward Councilman Tony Dolce urged Anderson to address his concern directly to the BPU to see how it can be rectified.  Anderson says tenants need to really pay attention to the bar code number on their garbage bill invoice.  He says they should make sure it matches the bar code on their orange bin.

 

The approximately 200 unionized workers at RHI Monofrax in Jamestown have gone on strike... accusing the company of claiming it doesn't have enough work to support it's workers.  However... the company this year has received a couple of major U-S Department of Energy contracts for ceramic containers over the past year.  An employee who wished to remain anonymous tells us they and Monofrax are far apart on wages and benefits.  He adds the company wants to slash health insurance.  He also says that pension's have been frozen.  Monofrax has laid-off 20 workers during various times in recent months due to "lack of work."  We have calls into Monofrax management officials... and, officials with the National Conference of Firemen and Oilers- Local-#266 for comment... but, have not heard back from them yet.  Local-#266 represents most of the workers at Monofrax.

 

A federal lawmaker, who was key to RHI Monofrax getting the U-S Department of Energy contracts for the nuclear waste containers, believes the local manufacturer is having the work done in Falconer.  Congressman Tom Reed is reacting to worker speculation that the DOE contracts... the most recent one for 2.8-million dollars... are actually being filled by RHI workers overseas.  Reed said Monday that the Energy Department agreements with Monofrax are 'very specific' to the Falconer plant.  He adds that these contracts aren't going to solve all of RHI's problems.
An employee... who did not want to be identified... says RHI has a plant in France that may have been given the work on the public contracts to save money.  However... Reed says that's pretty well-tracked -- and he and the DOE would have known about it.  In the meantime... he remains hopeful that management and the employees can work out their differences... and, keep Monofrax a "viable" company.  RHI Monofrax's contract with it's unionzed workers expired at Midnight Sunday night.

 

Chautauqua County's jobless rate fell last August to 6.1-percent from 6.5-percent in July.  While the workforce numbers have dropped... State Labor Department Analyst John Slenker tells us the number of people who have reached 62 years of age... and, have retired... is also up.  Overall... Slenker says the job count dropped 400 from July to 53-thousand-700 last month.  He adds the number of people working in the county is down by 100 over the year.  Slenker says there were no increase in two major job areas in August. Generally... Slenker says there will be some ongoing weakness through the end of the year due to pending lay-offs at ConAgra's two Carriage House plants in Dunkirk and Fredonia.  Both plants are closing by the end of the year.   Slenker says the unemployment rate is down -- even though the workforce numbes are also down.  He says that's due in part to workers dropping out of the job market.  But... he says the biggest factor recently has been retirements as "Baby Boomers..." and, not replaceing them.  Slenker says the jobless rate in August of last year was 7.3-percent.

 

The unemployment picture in Cattaraugus County is similar to Chautauqua's with a decline in the labor force.  However... the jobless rate is down from 6.6-percent to 6.2 in August.  Labor Analyst John Slenker says the number of people in the work force was down 500 from July to 38-thousand-300.  However... Slenker says that number is down by 12-hundred for the year... mainly due to an aging population.  However... slenker says the actual job count is even for the year... and month... at just under 32-thousand.  Cattaraugus County's jobless rate in August of last year was 7.5-percent.

 

New York has requested federal permission to import out-of-state marijuana so children and young adults with epilepsy can get medication soon instead of waiting for the state to develop its own program.  Acting Health Commissioner Howard Zucker, in letters to the Justice Department, says there's objective evidence that cannabidiol, the active ingredient in marijuana, may help those patients who are suffering and not responding to conventional treatments.  He says New York's medical marijuana program, with tightly regulated cultivation and manufacture within the state, isn't scheduled to start before 2016.  In July, New York became the 23rd state to authorize its use for patients with diseases, including AIDS, cancer and epilepsy.  Health department spokeswoman Emily Pierce says the Justice Department is studying the request.


 

News Update for Mon., Sept. 29, 2014


Some 200 union workers at RHI Monofrax on strike after current contract expires...

Roughly 200 unionized workers at RHI Monofrax in Jamestown have gone on strike... saying the maker of ceramic refectories has not make solid offer on wages and benefits.  One worker we talked with adds the company has also frozen pensions... arguing the company has had it's ups and downs regarding business.  However... workers are questioning that in light of a another U-S Department of Energy contract -- worth $2.8-million -- to make refractories for the nuclear energy industry.  The worker also says Monofrax has laid-off 20 workers "here and there" during various times in recent months due to "lack of work."  We have calls into Monofrax management officials... and, officials with the National Conference of Firemen and Oilers- Local-#266 for comment... but, have not heard back from them yet.  Local-#266 represents most of the workers at Monofrax... and, a smaller union represents abotu 10 employees.


County jobless rate down, but, number of workers also down in August...

Chautauqua County's jobless rate fell last August to 6.1-percent from 6.5-percent in July.  While the workforce numbers have dropped... State Labor Department Analyst John Slenker tells us the number of people who have reached 62 years of age... and, have retired... is also up.  Overall... Slenker says the job count dropped 400 from July to 53,700 last month.  He adds the number of people working in the county is down by 100 over the year.  Slenker says there were no increase in two major job areas in August... one was construction, the other was manufacturing.  Generally... Slenker says there will be some ongoing weakness through the end of 2014 due to pending lay-offs at ConAgra's two Carriage House plants in Dunkirk and Fredonia.  Both plants are closing by the end of the year.   Slenker says the unemployment rate is down -- even though the workforce numbes are also down.  He says that's due in part to workers dropping out of the job market.  But... he says the biggest factor recently has been retirements as "Baby Boomers" reach the ages of 62 and 65.  Slenker says the jobless rate in August of last year was 7.3-percent.


Ripley woman killed in French Creek car accident...

A Ripley woman was killed early yesterday morning when her car went out of control and crashed into a tree off Brownell Road in the town of French Creek.  Sheriff's Deputies say 52 year-old Brenda McClelland of Route 20 was eastbound just after 12:30 a.m. when her vehicle went off the south side of the road.  Officers say McClelland's car then went back onto the road... but... was overcorrected, and crossed over the westbound lane before slamming into a tree on the north side of the road.  Deputies say McClelland was rushed to Corry Memorial Hospital in Pennsylvania where she later died.


Jamestown police still investigating attempted robbery at Brooklyn Square Rite Aid...

City police in Jamestown are still searching for a man who allegedly tried to steal a number of items from Rite Aid store in Brooklyn Square early last Saturday morning.  Officers were called to the scene at 50 South Main St. just before 7:30 a.m. on a report of an attempted robbery.  Police say the man, who is described as being a white male, between the ages of 25 and 30, tried to climb over the pharmacy counter.  Employees add the man was about 6-foot-2 inches tall with a thin build... and, was wearing a dark-green colored hooded sweatshirt, or winter-type coat, black pants, and black and white sneakers.  He was also reportedly carrying a black back-pack-type of bag.  Officers say store employees were able to keep the man from taking any merchandise... or money... and, he fled the store before officers arrived.  If you have any information on the incident, or the suspect, call city police at 483-7537... or the Tips-line at 483-TIPS... that's 483-8477.


 

News Alert for Sat., Sept. 27, 2014!!


City police searching for man accused of trying to steal items at Rite Aid in Brooklyn Square...

Jamestown police are looking for a white male in his mid to late 20s who allegedly tried to rob the Rite Aid store in Brooklyn Square early this morning.  Officers were called to the scene at 50 South Main St. about 7:20 a.m. on a report of an attempted robbery.  Police say the man, who is described as being about 6-foot-2 inches tall with a thin build, tried to climb over the pharmacy counter.  They say store employees were able to keep the man from taking any merchandise... or money... and, he fled the store before officers arrived.  Police say the would-be bandit was wearing a dark-green colored hooded sweatshirt, or winter-type coat, black pants, and black and white sneakers.  He was also reportedly carrying a black back-pack-type of bag.  He reportedly did not brandish any weapon.  If you have any information on the incident, or the suspect, call city police at 483-7537... or the Tips-line at 483-TIPS... that's 483-8477.

 

News Update for Fri., Sept. 26, 2014


Horrigan explains 34 new jobs proposed in 2015 budget proposal...

While the proposed, 2015 Chautauqua County budget eliminates 197 jobs with the sale of the County Home in Dunkirk... it would add 34 new jobs.  County Executive Vince Horrigan says the $228.6-million spending plan includes a $449,000 spending cut.  Much of the decrease is due to the sale of the County Home... which remains on track to being completed by the end of the year.  Regarding the new positions... Horrigan says nearly 26 of them would being fully-funded.  Of those not receiving funding... Horrigan believes 4.5 positions should create a return on investment... namely for the Planning and Economic Development Dept.  He adds a pilot program for a new position in the public defender program is in process.  The budget does include a tax increase of 9-cents-per $1,000 full value.  Horrigan says the increase in the tax levy will help reduce the amount of funding being taken from reserves.  He says they could pull another $1-million and balance out the budget with no increase... but, adds he's concerned about having reserves for "2016 and beyond."  Horrigan is trying to close a structural budget deficit over the next two years.  He is hoping the aggressive economic development strategy and a growth in sales tax revenues will help close the gap.


Work continues to seat jury for Coggins Trial...

One more juror... and, four alternates... weere still needed this morning for the jury being seated for the trial of the alleged ringleader involved in the murders of a town of Carroll couple in April of last year.  Chautauqua County District Attorney David Foley confirms that 11 jurors were seated by the end of yesterday for the trial of 34 year-old David Coggins.  Jury selection began a week ago last Tuesday in county court.  Coggins... along with three others... are accused of breaking into the home of 66 year-old Gordon... and, 59 year-old Joyce Skinner on Wheeler Hill Road.  The four are also accused of setting the home on fire to try and cover up the crime.


Clarification: No endorsement from County Police Chief's group for sheriff's position...

A clarification on a story we had on Media One News this week:  Republican challenger in the race for Chautauqua County Sheriff Russ Payne has not been endorsed by the county Chiefs of Police Association.  However... Association President -- and Lakewood-Busti Police Chief John Bentley -- says they have endorsed the concept of Central Police Services.  It's an idea that's being pushed by Payne... who is opposing incumbant Democrat Joe Gerace.  However... Bentley says the Chief's group has not endorsed either candidate.


Gas prices down about a penny this week...

Gas prices have dipped about one-cent a gallon this week in the Jamestown area to just under $3.69.  That from the AAA East Central’s Weekly Fuel Gauge report.  The Fuel Gauge reports the average price of regular, unleaded -- based on reports from 19 service stations in the area, was $3.68.8 a gallon.  That's down a fraction of a penny from last week’s average of $3.69.6.  That's down about 8-cents from this time last year.  Meantime... the national average price for regular unleaded gasoline is $3.34 per gallon. 


Ellicott officials say new Pizza Hut restaurant ready to open; one on Foote Ave. to close...

The newest Pizza Hut Restaurant in the Jamestown-area is just about set to open... however... another is going to close.  That from Ellicott Town officials... who say the final walk-though for the new "Wing Street" store on Fairmount Avenue in West Ellicott took place yesterday.  The new store is an entirely new, 2,600 square foot building.  The old building was about 2,000 square feet.  Town Supervisor Cecil Miller says once the new store opens... the one on Foote Avenue will be closing.  Miller says, nationally, they have a new, more modern look.  Demolition of the old Pizza Hut location began a few months ago.  Town Code Enforcement Officer Dave Rowe says the natural gas hook-ups were completed about mid-week... and, the building should be ready for Occupancy by the end of the week.  The new store should be open on or about Oct. 1.


Final preparations for 40th annual Busti Apple Harvest Festival underway...

The 40th annual Busti Apple Harvest Festival is set for this Sunday... and, while it maintains many of it's traditions... the location has continued to undergo significant upgrades through the years.  That from one of the festival's main organizers, Norm Carlson, who says they're excited about this Sunday's event... which will again be held at the Busti Historical Society grounds.  Since the festival began... Carlson says they've seen a "dramatic" expansion of their physical grounds and buildings.  However... many of their long-time demonstrations continue.  But... among the demonstrations taking place this weekend, says Carlson, is wood carving.  World Champion Bird Carver Ralph Sandquist will be displaying some of his prize carvings... and, working on another wood sculpture.  Carlson says they've acquired their current museum building... and, recently got the Miller house.  In addition... they'll also have the usual apple products... pies, and cheeses available to buy -- as long as they last.  The 40th Busti Apple Harvest Festival runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Sunday.

 

WJTN News Headlines


Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan has unveiled his tentative 2015 budget which cuts spending, but also increases the county’s tax rate.  Horrigan's proposed spending plan totals $228.6 million and cuts spending by nearly $449,000. Much of reduction in spending comes from the sale of the Chautauqua County Home in Dunkirk.  With the sale expected to be completed by the end of the year, Horrigan says the County Home has not been included in the 2015 budget. While the move will result in the elimination of 197 positions, Horrigan wants to add 34 new positions including one in area of economic development. Some of the positions will be covered through funding from the state and other sources. The budget closes a $7 million gap, including $2 million in budget cuts.  It also includes a tax increase of 9-cent-per-thousand of market value assessment. The County Legislature is expected to begin its budget review next week.  Lawmakers have until December 1st to adopt a final 2015 county budget.

 

Jamestown Police are investigating a pair of overnight Burglaries that occured on the city's southside.  All that is being reported at this time is that they happened at 2:40 and 3am.  Police are investigating and we'll pass along more details when they become available.

 

A Jamestown man has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill a family member... who then drove off to get away from the suspect... and, wound up involved in a two-car accident.  City police were called to the scene of the crash at the intersection of West Seventh and Washington Streets just before 5:30 PM yesterday.  Officers learned that 24 year-old Andrew Panebianco attacked the unidentified victim inside the vehicle... then threatened to kill that person.  Police says the victim -- who was fearing for their safety -- was able to drive away... but, the car went into the path of another vehicle... which was northbound on Washington Street.  Officers say the victim was taken to WCA Hospital for treatment.  No other injuries were reported.  Panebianco was charged with menacing... second-degree reckless endangerment... and, criminal mischief.  He was jailed pending arraignment.

 

Two men face drug charges in Cattauragus County following a bust early last Tuesday night.  The Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force and Sheriff's deputies executed a search warrant about 8 PM at 3601 South Authority Road in the town of Great Valley... and, arrested 35 year-old Carl Simmons of the same address and 32 year-old Raymond Jemmison of Buffalo.  The two allegedly were in possession of approximately 6 grams of crack cocaine, marijuana and suspected heroin.  Simmons and Jemmison were taken to the Cattaraugus County Jail and committed in lieu of 75-hundred dollars bail.  The Seneca Nation Marshalls Office also assisted with the arrests.

 

An Olean man has been sentenced to 7-years and six-months -- or 90 months -- in federal prison after his conviction for possessing child pornography.  That from U-S Attorney William Hochul, Jr.... who says 47 year-old Willie Reid was given the term in U-S District Court Tuesday by Judge Richard Arcara.  Hochul says the case was prosecuted by Assistant U-S Attorney Marie Grisanti.  Grisanti says Reid was found in possession of more than 600 images on a computer and hard drive he owned back on May 2nd of last year while he was working as a nurse at Olean General Hospital.

 

The Local Motorcycle Club 'The Axemen' are looking for your help to "Help Fill The Bus" this Saturday at Friendly's Restaraunt in Brooklyn Square.  The group is made up of professional firefighters.  Local "Axemen" President Shawn Shilling says they are looking for school supplies to help both the students and teachers in the Jamestown Public School System.  Shilling says they are looking for donations of. Shilling says if you can't make it Saturday there are other places donations can be dropped off - just look for the Board of Public Utilities Recycle Bins at the Jamestown Police and Fire Departments, Southside Redemption, and the Chautauqua Striders Headquarters.  The Axemen are a local motorcycle club made up of professional firefighters from four unions around Southwestern New York.  Fill The Bus takes place this Saturday from 9 to 3pm at the Brooklyn Square Friendly's restaraunt in Jamestown. 

 

A Jamestown man is in jail following a domestic incident that ended in the middle of the street. Police were reponding to the report just after 5:30pm Tuesday when they witnessed a female run from a residence at 77 Allen Street and into the traffic lane in the area of Foote and Victoria Avenue's.  26 year old William Blakey of Jamestown then allegedly pushed the female victim to the street causing several cars to stop and swerve around them.  Blakey faces a number of charges including 2nd Degree Reckless Endagerment, Harrasment and Disorderly Conduct. Blakey was taken to the city jail pending arraignment.

 

A new poll shows Governor Andrew Cuomo continues to hold a big lead over challenger Rob Astorino in New York's governor's race.  Fifty-four percent of likely voters in the survey support Cuomo's re-election bid.  Twenty-nine percent favor Astorino, the Republican Westchester County executive, and nine percent back Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins. The poll also found that Cuomo -- the Democrat incumbant's -- approval rating is 42 percent among registered voters.  That's down from 47 the month before and matching his lowest rating since taking office.

 


 

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