Additional companies have initiated recalls of products containing recalled eggs
On December 23, 2019 Almark Foods expanded its voluntary recall to include all hard-boiled eggs manufactured at its Gainesville, Georgia facility. The initial recall included bulk hard-boiled eggs in pails and now includes product packaged for sale at retail within shelf-life, which have “Best If Used By Dates” through March 2, 2020. If the “Best If Used By” code starts with the prefix “G”, the product was manufactured at the company’s Gainesville, Georgia facility and is subject to this recall. At this time, Almark Foods is no longer producing products from this facility.
Companies who received recalled product from Almark Foods have initiated recalls of products containing these eggs. A list of all these recalls is available on the FDA website.
Continue reading “Outbreak Investigation of Listeria monocytogenes Linked to Hard-Boiled Eggs, December 2019”
AKRON POLICE BEAT
DECEMBER 23, THRU DECEMBER 29, 2019
12/23 – An alarm was investigated on Buell Street, an open door was found. The
key holder was notified and secured the door.
12/24 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on John Street.
Patrol assisted the sheriff’s office with a domestic dispute on Hake Road.
12/25 – A car/deer accident was reported on Hake Road, the driver was issued a
tag for the deer.
Erratic operation was reported on Clarence Center Road, the car could
not be located.
A teenager was reported missing from a Cedar Street residence.
12/26 – Erratic operation was reported on Main Road, the car was gone when
A suspicious vehicle was reported on East Avenue, everything checked
12/27 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Shepard Avenue.
A property damage accident was reported on Parkview Drive, a car struck
a large rock.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Brooklyn Street.
A suspicious vehicle was reported in Akron Falls Park, everything checked
12/28 – A suspicious incident was reported on Morgan Street, no problems were
Patrol responded to a medical alarm on Eckerson Avenue.
Found property was reported on Bloomingdale Road, a wallet was turned
in to patrol. It was returned to the owner.
An open door was found on John Street, everything was in order. It
appeared to be an oversight.
12/29 – Erratic operation was reported on Maple Road, the car could not be
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Westgate Avenue.
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S PATROL LOG FOR NEWSTEAD AND AKRON FOR THE WEEK OF 12/22/2019 TO 12/28/2019
First Aid responded to Wesley Dr for a male having trouble breathing.
Police were called to Buell St to check on a report of explosions in the area. They were fireworks.
First Aid responded to Saratoga La.
A burglar alarm was activated on Buell St. It was set off in error.
First Aid responded to Main Rd.
The Fire Department responded to Meahl Rd for a CO detector activation. It was a faulty detector.
First Aid responded to John St for a male having seizures.
Police conducted a welfare check on Sylvan Pkwy.
Deputies and Police responded to Hake Rd for a report of a disturbance. One party involved was
charged with Burglary, Assault and Criminal Contempt for allegedly unlawfully entering a residence
and assaulting a victim inside. There was also an order of protection in place that the suspect
violated. They were transported and held at the Erie County Holding Center.
The Fire Department responded to Rapids Rd for a fire alarm activation.
Police assisted with a neighbor dispute on Sandhill Rd.
Deputies and Police responded to Main Rd for a report of a disturbance. No charges were filed and
all parties involved were separated for the night.
Police assisted with a harassment complaint on Hunts Corners Rd.
A concerned motorist reported a vehicle traveling all over the roadway on Main Rd. The vehicle was
gone prior to patrols arrival.
First Aid responded to Shepard Ave.
First Aid responded to Brooklyn St.
First Aid responded to Buckwheat Rd for a lift assist.
First Aid responded to Maple Rd.
First Aid responded to Eckeron Ave for a medical alarm activation.
Deputies assisted with a landlord tenant dispute on John St.
First Aid responded to Maple Rd.
First Aid responded to Meahl Rd for a medical alarm activation.
Newstead Town Board
December 30, 2019
6:30 p.m. Work Session
6:45 p.m. Swearing in of newly elected officials
6:55 p.m. Public Hearing – Fire Contract – second area
7 p.m. REGULAR MEETING
1. Call to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Pledge to the Flag
4. Approval of Minutes for Regular Meeting 12/9/19
5. Agenda Changes
6. Communications – Work Session –
Accept the resignation of Judge Dennis Freeman effective 12-29-2019 Continue reading “Newstead Town Board Agenda for 12/30”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 23, 2019
(Rochester, NY) Kim Smith, a third-generation Rochester resident, has announced her campaign for New York State’s 61st Senate District. Kim holds a Master’s of Public Administration from Brockport College and spent more than 25 years with the Monroe County Department of Public Health (MCDPH). Her
innovative policy work to improve access to care gained local, state and national
“During my years at the Monroe County Department of Public Health, I worked to
create a thriving environment for the 750,000 residents of Monroe County, as
diverse in geography, people and needs as the 61st district,” Smith said. “That
kind of diversity is an opportunity to build bridges, capitalize on commonalities,
and negotiate and compromise to reach our common goals and improve lives
across the district. We must come together so that no voice, farmer, town, village
or city in this district goes unheard or unrepresented.”
In 2017, Smith transitioned from her role in local government to serving as an
activist and advocate with VOCAL-NY, where she became the organization’s first
Statewide Organizer focusing on Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse. She brings to
her campaign this unique combination of experience developing and administering policy at the local level, and advocacy in Albany where she has helped to win more equitable statewide legislation in key areas including housing affordability.
In the spirit of developing policy in collaboration with the community, Kim’s campaign will begin a series of listening sessions that will take place across the 61st district. These sessions are for community members to meet Kim and talk about the issues that matter most, all are welcome to attend.
The first Listening Session was held in Amherst on December 19th. Genesee County residents can attend the session in Batavia on January 7th, 2020 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the Gallery Room at the Richmond Memorial Library, 19 Ross Street. The tour continues in Newstead at Akron, NY) January 13 6-8pm @ Newstead Public Library , 33 Main Street,
Rochester on January 14th from 5:30-7pm at the Arnett Library. Additional dates and locations are being scheduled and will be posted on her website.
To learn more about Kim and her campaign, please visit: http://www.kimsmithforsenate.com or email the campaign at firstname.lastname@example.org.