Garnar says the county is still working on a plan, but it will be a long and slow implementation. Broome County officials say New York City may be seeing a flattened curve, but opening too early may be ineffective for the county. “I think the apex is going to happen, I think we’re probably a couple weeks behind what the city is,” said Broome County Executive Jason Garnar. “Not just focusing on economic recovery, we’ve already heard from The Agency on economic recovery, but all types of recovery,” said Garnar. “We’re always re-evaluation, what are our emergency orders, every five days we evaluate whether or not we should keep an emergency order. A lot of what we do is dependent on what the state says,” said Garnar. (WBNG) — Governor Cuomo says it’s time to start thinking about life after the COVID-19 pandemic ends. Broome County officials say they’re already working on a plan for the transition. Garnar says the process of transitioning back will be slow to prevent the virus from spreading rapidly again. “We have to understand on the reopening, as much as we have this emotion that we want it to happen, we want it to happen now, we can’t take this anymore, everyone feels the same. It’s a delicate balance, remember what we have to do on reopening, remember this has never been done before,” said Governor Cuomo. The Recovery Task Force, Garnar says, will take a holistic approach to recovering from the pandemic. From mental health issues to unemployment, he says his plan is constantly evolving.
The 7th Grade Batesville Basketball Team ended their season Tuesday night by falling to South Dearborn in overtime by a score of 40-37.Leading is scoring for Batesville was Core Werner with 11 points. Following him was Travis Lecher with 9, Cooper Wilhelm with 6, and Ean Loichinger with 4. Rounding out the scoring were Eli Pierson with 4 and Zach Wade with 2.The 8th grade won another barn burner last night against Milan 34-29.Leading the way for the dogs was Team defense!! We caused several turnovers and had some big blocks that led directly to transition points. Mason Barker, Trey Peters, and Calvin Sherwood led the way in scoring all with 7. RJ Powell added 4 and had a great presence on the floor on both ends. Jaden Peetz added 3 big free throws. Austin Cornn, Alex Seifert, and Ethan Brewer all added 2.We are in action again Thursday night at Jac-Cen-Del for the final of the SEI tournament against Sunman-Dearborn. Go Bulldogs!!!!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ben Pierson.