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Interview: B-Train visits Nimey Buick & GMC in Boonville to discuss transfer of ownership and plans going forward
BOONVILLE- Frequent travelers along Route 12 in Boonville have likely noticed the renowned Lee Buick and GMC dealership has changed its name to Nimey. The deal was officially announced last week as some members of the Lee family, who have been in the auto business since the early 1950's, are deciding to retire.
LEWIS COUNTY- People from the village of Copenhagen, NY who would like to prevent their fire department from being dissolved have until October 21 to petition a referendum. As previously reported, the village board voted in favor to disband the department on September 21, but according to a public notice from Village Clerk, Lori Wheeler, residents have 30-days to petition against the resolution since it is held to permissive referendum.
ONEIDA COUNTY- A family is thankful for firefighters and their efforts for saving their pet dog in a house fire earlier this month. Last Sunday, Rome Fire Department was called out to an address on Carroll Street. Oneida County Emergency Dispatch reported that witnesses saw smoke coming from the basement.
The next civil service exam to become a correction officer has been announced via the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office. According to Sheriff Rob Maciol, the exam is scheduled for December 10 and the deadline to apply is October 21. There is a $25 fee to apply for this exam.
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TOWN OF TRENTON-A 55 year old Barneveld woman is facing D.W.I. charges following a Saturday night vehicle stop in the Town of Trenton. New York State Police from the Remsen Barracks charged Christine A. Biagini with one count each of Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Blood Alcohol Count of .08 or greater-First Offense and Driving While Intoxicated-First Offense: both Class U misdemeanors. Biagini was released to a third party and will answer the charges in the Town of Trenton Court.