Three Hot Super’s Races Hit the Polls Tomorrow

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – Tomorrow, voters will decide the next three faces on the Livingston County Board of Supervisors, the legislative body for the county. Polls are open Nov. 7 from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Check our Facebook page here starting at 8 p.m. for a live-stream from our Sunroom video studio as results come in. In Livonia, Marty Hughes is running for Town Supervisor on the Democratic line to challenge incumbent Eric Gott, who is running on … [Read more...]

Gott Announces New Tahoe for Hemlock Fire Department

LIVONIA – Town Supervisor Eric Gott announced that the Hemlock Fire Department will soon receive a surplus Livingston County Sheriff's Office vehicle. The Facebook page 'Gott for Supervisor' announced that Gott secured the vehicle, the Hemlock Fire Department's first Tahoe. "I am happy to report that I was able to secure a used Chevy Tahoe for the Hemlock Fire Department to be used as a Chiefs vehicle," read a post on Tuesday. "Thank you to … [Read more...]

SUN VIDEO: Conesus Super Fends Off 2 Opponents for GOP Nod

CONESUS – Tuesday night's Republican caucus designated incumbent Town Supervisor Brenda Donohue as their candidate for Town Supervisor. Over 100 people attended to choose among candidates Donohue, Richard Corrigan and Robert DeLana. DeLana will still appear on the ballot on the Conservative line. The caucus designated incumbent Town Councilman Don Wester and Kathy Dickerson for Town Council without contest. Incumbent Town Councilman … [Read more...]

FROM THE NEWS DIRECTOR: Conesus Super Fires Low Blow at Board Member’s Dead Wife

The bloody free-for-all that went down at Tuesday night's public hearing for Conesus' hot-button proposed zoning law change is by far the most disfunctional municipal meeting I have attended in my career. This was small town government at its ugliest. Members of the public shouted over each other. Others stormed out. A kid left the room crying as members of the Town Board furiously ripped each other apart. Through it all, one unexplainably … [Read more...]

Michael Falk Runs as Conservative for Open Lima Super Seat

LIMA – The Livingston County Conservative Party announced their endorsement of Michael Falk for Lima Town Supervisor on Tuesday. Incumbent Pete Yendell announced earlier in May that he will be retiring from public office. "The recent announcement that Supervisor Pete Yendell will not be seeking reelection, leaves an open seat in the Town of Lima," posted the Conservative Party to their website. "Sadly, the Livingston County Conservative … [Read more...]

Springwater’s AWOL Super Keeps Defending Absence from County Meetings

SPRINGWATER – Town Supervisor Deborah Babbitt-Henry continues to defend her near total absence from all of her Livingston County meetings. On Dec. 6, the released an update reporting that Babbitt-Henry had officially missed all Human Services Committee meetings and 17 of 22 meetings of the Board of Supervisors. On Dec. 7, Babbitt-Henry posted the following as a Facebook comment on our story: "I answered the Suns negative … [Read more...]

No-Show Springwater Super Absent for All 2016 Committee Meetings

SPRINGWATER – Town Supervisor Deborah Babbitt-Henry has officially been AWOL for 100 percent of Livingston County Human Services Committee meetings in 2016. Babbitt-Henry was elected in 2012 and collects $15,510 per year. In October 2016, after the published statistics on her absence over the past two years, she provided the following comment. Capitalization, bolding and underlining is from Babbitt-Henry’s email: “I work a … [Read more...]

Ossian Salutes Former Supervisor George Weidman, 1927-2016

OSSIAN – The following is an obituary for George Washington Weidman published by Hindle Funeral Home in Dansville: Born February 22, 1927 in Stones Falls, Dansville, NY the youngest child of Glenn and Katherine (Sick) Weidman. He was a resident of Ossian for 64 years beginning in 1952 when he and his wife Mary bought the Elias Geiger Farm, where they raised their children, practiced small scale farming and had an open door policy to many … [Read more...]