Erie County Executive Brenton Davis will be in Union City as part of the county’s Agricultural Community Tour on Monday April 24 at 6PM at Union City High School Auditorium. According to County Information Officer Chris Carroll, Erie County is collaborating with the Erie County Conservation District to roll out a $3.3 million dollar agricultural resources initiative, “The Great Rural Revival.” The program is aimed at farmers in the area. Attendees will learn the ins and outs of this specific program, allowable expenditures, etc. The speakers will be County Executive Brenton Davis and Tom McClure from the conservation district. No registration is required and the event is free to attend.
[…] According to Erie County court records a temporary PFA against County Executive Brenton Davis was obtained Thursday by a woman said to be an ex-girlfriend of Davis. The plaintiff alleges Davis assaulted her earlier this month when she attempted to return a firearm belonging to Davis. According to Davis’ version of events the woman arrived at his residence on Easter Sunday and forced her way through the door with the rifle, after which Davis disarmed her. A hearing on the matter is scheduled for Monday morning at the Erie County Courthouse. Erie County Information Officer Christopher Carroll told UCToday.org late Friday that Monday’s court activity should not affect the Erie County Agricultural Community Tour on Monday at 6PM at Union City High School Auditorium. The speakers will be Davis and Tom McClure from the conservation district. More information on that event: Davis to Address Farmers in Union City April 24 […]
Comments are closed.