Hosted by the Batavia City School District.
Genesee County COVID-19 Briefing for Jan. 13, 2022
Genesee County COVID-19 Briefing May 18, 2021
LIVE: Ice Devils vs. Spencerport. Livestream via Batavia High School Athletics.
Genesee County Police Reform and Reinvention Committee
The Batavian Sessions with Justin Williams
Interview with Charitie Bruning, YMCA Child Care Director. We'll talk about services being offered by the YMCA to families during the coronavirus pandemic.
Interview with Steve Hyde, CEO of GCEDC. We'll talk about the state of economic development in Genesee County, touching on the ag park, Downtown Batavia, and STAMP. We're scheduled to start at 1 p.m.
Bill Campbell is the vice president for business development for Chapin International. Chapin is a privately owned, multi-location manufacturing company that started in Oakfield more than 100 years ago and remains based in Batavia.
Campbell's job gives him not only good insights into his own industry, but the economy in general. We'll talk with him about his company, the economy, the pandemic, what business can expect from the Biden Administration, at trade issues. The livestream is scheduled to start at 1 p.m.
We plan to speak with Rachael Tabelski, Batavia's interim city manager at 2:30 p.m.
The livestream will appear right here on The Batavian's home page. Or you can view it on YouTube at this link, where you can ask questions in the live chat and we will try to get them answered for you. Or you can go to The Batavian's page on Facebook and watch the interview there and ask questions through that chat.
We're planning on talking with Matt Landers, county manager, at 1 p.m. We'll talk about the status of county government, tax revenue, COVID-19 response, and other topics.
At 2:30 p.m., we're scheduled to talk with Rachael Tabelski, interim city manager.
We're scheduled to start at noon. We will be talking with Superintendent Anibal Soler about how things are going in Batavia city schools, get a COVID-19 update, talk about "high-risk" sports starting up, reopening Robert Morris, his experience on the Batavia PD stakeholders' group, and the district's new equity policy.
NOTE: The post has been updated with an edited version of the video that cuts out the technical problems at the start of the interview.
This is scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m.
UPDATE: We had audio trouble at the start and I had to restart my computer, which took 20 minutes.
Interview with Dan Ireland, CEO of UMMC. Scheduled to start at 11 a.m.
The John Gardner Society's annual October reading of the late Batavia author's work is virtual this year instead of at his favorite restaurant, the Pok-A-Dot.
The reading, and hopefully the livestream, is scheduled to start at 8 p.m.
COVID-19 Phase Four Briefing with Public Health Director Paul Pettit hosted by the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce