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A woman who grew up in Auburn is suing a longtime downtown business owner, alleging that he sexually abused her during her childhood. Rabinovich said in her complaint filed last month that Speno first abused her when she was 9 years old and the conduct continued until she was The lawsuit was filed on Rabinovich's behalf by Hillary M. The Child Victims Act, which Gov. Andrew Cuomo ed into law on Feb. The statute of limitations for felony child sex abuse crimes was also extended so alleged victims have until age 28 to press charges.

A provision of the act also opened up a one-year "look-back" period for people to file civil lawsuits if they could not pursue damages for alleged abuse that occurred under the old law. This is the aspect of the law Rabinovich is utilizing.

Mark Whitford Jr. I have retained counsel to fully investigate and to vigorously defend against these accusations. I deny these serious allegations. On the advice of my attorneys, I will not comment further at this time regarding this pending matter," the statement re. Rabinovich is one of six children of the late Casimir and Ethel Maciulewicz. The complaint says Speno did this repeatedly and told Rabinovich each time that she would be killed if she told anyone. The lawsuit claims that "upon information and belief, Defendant Speno had sex with other underage girls in and around the same time he assaulted Plaintiff and in the years thereafter," but does not elaborate further.

In a phone interview, Nappi declined to provide specifics on the allegations that there are other victims, but said "we've done our homework. We think discovery will bring some things out. The lawsuit lists six causes of action against Speno: assault, battery, sexual abuse, false imprisonment, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress.

Rabinovich is seeking unspecified punitive and compensatory damages as a result of the alleged abuse, which she says caused her to suffer humiliation and "severe and potentially permanent personal injuries" to her emotional and psychological well-being, according to the lawsuit. A little more than three years after opening in a small tasting room one weekend a month, Summerhill Brewing will cut the ribbon on a new, bigger facility with regular hours this weekend. Located at Route 90 in Locke, the new Summerhill Brewing will be the site of a grand opening celebration from 1 to 7 p.

Saturday, Oct. It will officially be open to the public from 3 to 8 p. The grand opening will feature food from BBQ , live music and door prize giveaways. Beginning Thursday, Oct. Thursdays and Fridays, 1 to 8 p. Saturdays and noon to 5 p.

It will also host yoga Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. The couples are connected by Kurt, the brewmaster, who is both Megan's husband and Sallee and Jeff's son. Demand for those beers quickly overwhelmed the brewery despite its hyperlocal focus on serving the communities that surround it.

Summerhill's new, 3,square-foot facility has a seven-barrel brewing system, allowing Kurt to make 10 times as much beer as he did on his gallon system. Summerhill has a farm brewery , so 60 percent of its hops, grains and other ingredients are sourced from New York state. For more information about Summerhill Brewing, visit facebook. Summerhill Brewing is set to open in a new, bigger facility this spring. Its new brewing system will produce about 10 times as much beer as before. The Onondaga County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man involved in two burglaries in the towns of Elbridge and Lysander, according to a news release.

The two incidents occurred on separate dates over the course of the last two months, according to the release. The same man was caught on security camera footage in both stores, and deputies investigating the burglaries released the photos of him on Tuesday. He is described as a white male with short brown hair who wore a navy blue T-shirt, athletic shorts and Adidas sandals.

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office Tip line at or send a tip using the Tip app. A lawsuit from a former deputy director of Cayuga County's Emergency Management Office says the county sexually discriminated against her by creating a work environment so hostile "she had no choice but to re.

Filed in state Supreme Court last Friday, the lawsuit from Maureen Conley says she was the victim of "hostile and retaliatory treatment at the hands of her colleagues and supervisors. Conley, a year employee at the emergency office, reed in late January of this year along with Director W. Douglas Whittaker , who had just been appointed to that position in December. The reations left Deputy Director Niel Rivenburgh as the office's only full-time employee. For much of and , Rivenburgh served as the office's acting director after longtime director Brian Dahl became ill.

Less than a month after Conley's reation, Rivenburgh was placed on administrative leave, a move that came shortly after multiple fire chiefs from departments across the county — which the office works closely with — said they lacked faith in Rivenburgh. At the Cayuga County Legislature's February meeting, a of fire chiefs and department personnel asked legislators to reinstate Conley as a deputy director. Conley's lawsuit specifically mentions both Rivenburgh and former County Administrator J. Justin Woods as contributing to a hostile work environment, although they are not named as defendants.

According to the suit, Rivenburgh "engaged in a pattern of disrespect, verbal abuse and intimidation" towards Conley for many years by often yelling and acting with anger, among other things. Additionally, the suit claims that, on Jan.

That was contrary, according to the suit, to assurances Conley had received from Woods prior to Jan. In response, Conley reed that same day, saying in a letter of reation that she could "no longer be a part of what's happening in this County, more more specifically in the Office of Emergency Services. Asked for comment Tuesday, Cayuga County Attorney Chris Palermo said the county had yet to be served a copy of the lawsuit, but said he would be unable to comment regardless, citing confidentiality for personnel matters. As a result, the suit asks to be reimbursed for damages based on the loss of past and future earnings and benefits, in addition to pain, embarrassment, and distress, along with interest, costs, expenses and attorneys' fees.

The New York State Police is asking for the public's help in identifying a subject wanted for questioning in connection with a larceny investigation in the town of Throop. According to a news release, the larceny occurred during the evening of Sept. The state police didn't disclose what was stolen, but did say items were stolen from a vehicle. Browse through recently listed homes in the Auburn and Cayuga County real estate market and find your next home! Ormie King's weekly column features the people and places that make the Auburn-area unique.

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