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ALEXANDER MALLIN,Good Morning America 9 hours
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Today on the 5:OO pm Channel 2 news Scott Brown, a reporter for Channel 2 had a report on our Water Authority which is a political dumping ground to pay off politicians who needs high paying jobs. Most of political hacks don’t have the ability to do what the job require at the Water Authority but POLITICAL BOSSES must reward political weaklings and losers to high paying jobs this is the place to dump them.
Scott, the reporter brought out facts such as the adminrators of the WA received over $500,000. which is paid by the citizens of Erie County.
When this news spot was playing on TV about this dumpsite called the Water Authority. Who but the Chairman of the Amherst Democratic Committee, Jerry Schad is there as one of the adminrators. I though he was oversea working for his law firm which he retired from about 8 years ago.Mr. SCHAD PAYS OFF LOYAL MEMBERS OF THE AMHERST DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE by getting them jobs mainly in the Election Bureau on Pearl St another example is the 5 new attorneys he placed in Amherst Town Board. None of lawyers are qualified in Municipal law.The money we pay for outside attorneys in is the 100’s of thousand of dollars range.
YES CORRUPTION IS OVERFLOWING IN AMHERST FROM THE WATER AUTHORITY TO THE AMHERST COMMITTEES. THIS IS WHY I HAVE DECLARE TO RUN FOR SUPERVISOR OF AMHERST. I BEEN CALLED tHE CONSCIOUS OF AMHERST BECAUSE I BELIEVE THE ROOTS OF CORRUPTION IN AMHERST CAN BE ROOTED OUT BY SOME GOOD PEOPLE OF AMHERST WORKING AND SUPPORTING ME AND WORKING WITH ME.
Nyquist remains the betting favorite for the 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby, but several other horses are also worth a look next week.
While the undefeated Nyquist remains the early betting favorite for the 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby (G1) at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com, there are 19 other contenders and plenty of betting value to be found as the Run for the Roses approaches.
We have seen betting favorites Orb, California Chrome and American Pharoah get the job done in the last three years, but I’ll Have Another (2012) at 15-1 and Animal Kingdom (2011) at 20-1 are recent winners and let’s not forget about Mine That Bird and Giacomo both paying over $100 to win in 2009 and 2005, respectively.
Santa Anita Derby (G1) winner Exaggerator (+800) and Fountain of Youth (G2) victor Mohaymen (+1000) continue to be the second and third choices on the early Kentucky Derby betting lines.
Once we get beyond the top three it is difficult to separate the next half dozen contenders, and there will be plenty of betting value available come the first Saturday of May. Several contenders coming off victories in key prep races are going to be sent off at generous prices.
Creator won the Arkansas Derby (G1) in his last start, a race American Pharoah used last year as a springboard to sweeping the Triple Crown. The Steve Asmussen trainee is currently at early Kentucky Derby betting odds of +2000.
Outwork won the Wood Memorial (G1) at Aqueduct in his last outing, just his fourth career start. Trained by Todd Pletcher, who won the 2010 Kentucky Derby with Super Saver, the colt is at early Kentucky Derby betting odds of +2000 as well.
Lani will attempt to become the first Japanese runner to win America’s most famous race. He earned his way into the field with his victory in the UAE Derby (G2) in Dubai and his race odds stand at +3300 at Kentucky Derby betting sites.
Toss in Mo Tom (+1600) who has had terrible trips in his last two starts, Whitmore (+3300) who ran credible without winning in his three prep races at Oaklawn Park, and My Man Sam (+2500) who was a fast closing second in the Blue Grass in his stakes debut, and we have a wide open edition of the two most exciting minutes in sports this year.
Excelsior Express is among several emergency room alternatives on the Western New York health care landscape, though many have yet to discover them. Roughly one in three visits to New York State hospital emergency rooms could be avoided or treated elsewhere, according to a Univera Healthcare report released this month.
The insurer analyzed “potentially preventable” ER visit data from the state health department and found that of 6.4 million visits to hospital ERs in 2013, more than 2 million were for common conditions that included ear infections, headaches, back and neck problems, abdominal pain, nausea, constipation and diarrhea, urinary tract infections, bumps and bruises, and joint and muscle aches, pains, strains and sprains.
An ER visit costs nearly eight times more than seeing a doctor, 3.5 times more than going to urgent care and about 15 times more than telemedicine, Vienne said.
Like it or hate it, the health care system emerging from the Affordable Care Act was designed to prevent and treat sickness, disease and trauma in ways that are effective, but least costly. Those who learn to move through the system best will save money, time and aggravation.
The wreck happened when two cars, one northbound and the other southbound, collided around 9 p.m. Wednesday on Georgia State Route 15 south of the Athens campus, Oconee County Sheriff Scott Berry said.
All five students were in a Toyota Camry heading north when it veered into the southbound lane, the Georgia State Patrol said in a preliminary report. A Chevrolet Cobalt heading the opposite direction struck the Camry in the passenger side. It wasn’t known why the Camry drifted into the other lane, the patrol said.
The students killed, all from the Atlanta suburbs, were Kayla Canedo, 19, of Alpharetta; Brittany Feldman, 20, of Alpharetta; Christina Semeria, 19, of Milton; and Halle Scott, 19, of Dunwoody, the State Patrol said.
The driver of the Camry — fellow student Agnes Kim, 21, of Snellville, Georgia, another Atlanta suburb — remained hospitalized late Thursday morning.
The Cobalt driver, Abby Short, 27, of Demorest, Georgia, was taken to a hospital but her condition wasn’t available, authorities said.
The State Patrol said troopers don’t suspect that alcohol played a role in the crash.
“The loss of any student is very difficult and a tragedy of this magnitude is truly devastating,” University of Georgia President Jere Morehead said. “During this time of tremendous sadness, let us draw together as a UGA family and care for each other.”
A gathering was planned Thursday evening on the Athens campus to reflect on the lives of the students, he said.
Morehead said he doesn’t recall such a tragic event in his three decades at the university, where he was a professor and administrator before being named president in 2013.
“This is something that the university hasn’t faced before,” he said, adding that “we will face it, we will provide support for each other.”
The students who were killed were active in campus activities such as the Greek system and religious organizations, Morehead said.
Friends, sorority sisters and family members of the victims were gathered at the Athens hospital overnight, Oconee County Sheriff Scott Berry said in a statement. The university president was also there, talking to family members who arrived during the night.
“I told them that I cannot imagine how any of them are facing this kind of tragedy and loss, and that our university stands ready to assist them in any way, to support them in any way and we want them to know that they are not alone,” Morehead said.
County executive says fatal overdoses on path to eclipse figure in two years
Opioid drug deaths are on a path to wipe out all of Erie County’s recent population gain.
At the exponential rate that residents are dying of heroin and prescription drug overdoses, the county’s increase in population would be lost within two years, according to County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz.
“We’re averaging about 10 deaths a week of Erie County residents as a result of the opiate epidemic,” Poloncarz said Thursday. “I want you to think about this, folks. It took a lot of years for Erie County to start seeing population gain after the drops in the late 1980s, 1990s and 2000. Finally, the population came back.
“The entire amount of population gain we saw in the last 20 years will disappear in two years because of these overdose deaths.”
Census data shows that Poloncarz’s statement may be a bit exaggerated, but his broader point is correct: The county’s population steadily declined for decades, but in 2014, the most recent Census Bureau estimate available, the county saw an uptick of roughly 1,400 residents.
Expired and unwanted medications can be dropped off between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday at these sites:
Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital
1540 Maple Road, Amherst
Grand Island Town Hall
2255 Baseline Road
Kenmore Mercy Hospital
2950 Elmwood Ave., Tonawanda
Sisters Hospital, St. Joseph Campus
2605 Harlem Road, Cheektowaga
DeGraff Memorial Hospital
445 Tremont St., North Tonawanda
SUNY Buffalo State
1300 Elmwood Ave., Lot R4
West Seneca Senior Center
4620 Seneca St.
Mercy Ambulatory Care Center
3669 Southwestern Blvd., Orchard Park
North Collins Police Department
10543 Main St.
Bertrand Chaffee Hospital
224 E. Main St., Springville
Evans Center Town Hall
8787 Erie Road
Town of Hamburg Dept. of Youth, Recreation & Senior Center
4540 Southwestern Blvd.
The NFL football draft starts tonight from 8:00 – 11:30 p.m. on TV channel ESPN 300. This will be only round one.
Friday night from 8:00 pm-11:30pm the NFL Football draft continues for rounds 2 and 3 on ESPN2 Channel 301.
Saturday is the last day of the NFL football draft. Rounds 4-7 will be on from 12-8 pm on ESPN, Channel 300.
The pregnancy of the female lions lasts 110 days. She gives a birth from 1 to 5 little lions, with yellow-red fur on spots. Only the females keep the spots until youth. The little ones suck milk from the mother until they are 7 or 8 months old. The mother is very loveable and patient to the little ones. She doesn’t get angry when they play with her tail or ears.
This is a stunning exposure of another developer full of themselves threatening, dictating, bullying their way for acceptance of more unwanted and unneeded development. Development that takes an even bigger toll on Amherst’s already stressed infrastructure.
So, let’s get this straight, if Shaevel cannot turn the central part of Amherst upside down and have the taxpayers pay for the remediation of his property, it will not get cleaned? I agree with Aaron, leave it. It cost $2.5 million. That’s what it is worth. No one should appease the nonsense of an irresponsible, nakedly greedy developer posing as a mensch.