From today's Daily News:
- Scott DeSmit reports that Le Roy trustees voted Wednesday to merge its dispatch operations with the county. Trustees hope to transfer some jobs to county dispatch, but recognize that may difficult since Batavia agreed to the same consolidation previously and is already slated to transfer two jobs.
- Cold War veterans may get a tax break. The County Legislature is pursuing a 10 percent tax credit on the first $60,000 of a home's accessed value for Cold War veterans. The Batavian posted on this story two weeks ago.
- Holli Gass, 17, when she graduates from Pembroke High School, will represent the fifth generation from her family to graduate from a school in the Pembroke district. Kristen Kotz, a Daily News intern, wrote a nice feature story on the family. It's the center package of today's paper. Nice clip, Kristen.
- The Genesee-Orleans Regional Arts Council at 201 E. Main St. will host a "Building a Vibrant Community Identity" workshop from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., June 5. It's all about "building a brand" that people remember is geared primarily toward non-profits, but writer Joanne Beck suggests that some commercial businesses are participating. The deadline to register is Monday.
- Hot Shot's Caffe has opened a second location at 56 Harveter Ave., according to an article on page A2.
- Scott DeSmit passes along a reminder from fire officials to check your smoke detector. You want to make sure your smoke detector doesn't have a dead battery or otherwise won't function properly in an emergency.
- A letter to the editor from Rose M. Ruhlman praises Lt. Eugene Jankowski and questions the wisdom of passing him over for the chief-of-police role. She makes good points. The Batavian broke the story last week that Jankowski was apparently out of contention for top post.
- Former Buffalo Bills guard Joe DeLamielleure will be at Terry Hills Golf Course from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday signing autographs. Joe D. is in town for the Jim Kelly Celebrity Golf Classic, which takes place Monday at Terry Hills.
- Former Batavian Patric Donaghue was inducted into the Rochester United States Bowling Association Hall of Fame. Before moving to Rochester in 1981, Donaghue started his bowling career at Mancuso Lanes.
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