COOPERSTOWN –Tops Friendly Markets, which operated a Cooperstown Commons outlet, is reducing its hours of operation to 6 a.m.-11 p.m. “to restock and continue to maintain the increased sanitation levels in our stores.”
Stores that typically close earlier will maintain their existing hours of operation. These revised hours will be in effect until further notice.
HARTWICK SEMINARY – Tops Friendly Markets, which operates a Cooperstown Commons supermarket, this morning issued an advisory: Jennie-O Turkey Sales has recalled some raw ground turkey products that may be associated with an outbreak of Salmonella.
WILLIAMSVILLE – Tops Markets, which operates a supermarket in Cooperstown Commons, today announced that the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York has confirmed the company’s Plan of Reorganization.
Tops announced it expects to complete its restructuring and emerge from Chapter 11 shortly.
“We are pleased to receive the Court’s approval of our plan and are poised to emerge from this process an even stronger and more competitive company,” said Tops CEO Frank Curci.
Firefighter Derek West, in top photo, pours water on the remains of 4703 Route 28, Hartwick Seminary, from atop a Milford Volunteer Fire Department engine, assisted by his dad Damon and Wade Thayer. Hartwick #2 Fire Chief David Bryant, the officer in charge at the scene, walks by the apparatus. The fire was reported at 3:30 a.m. today, and more than a half-dozen departments responded, Bryant said. Seven people were living in the home; no one is injured, and the Red Cross assisted the family, not yet officially identified, to find temporary lodging, he said. The home, earlier photo inset, located directly across Route 28 from NBT Bank’s Cooperstown Commons’ office, was a total ruin. In addition to Hartwick #2 and Milford, responding departments included Hartwick #1 from the hamlet, Cooperstown, Fly Creek and Mount Vision. Schuyler Lake sent a pumper to assist. Bryant, who estimated 60 firefighters were at the scene at the peak, said this fire is the worst his department has dealt with since the Milford United Methodist Church burned on March 12, 2016. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
COOPERSTOWN – Williamsville-based Tops Markets, which operates a supermarket in Cooperstown Commons, announced that it has filed a Plan of Reorganization with U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
The plan incorporates the company’s court-approved agreements with its unions and is supported by certain of the company’s senior secured lenders that hold more than 87 percent of its Senior Secured Notes due 2022, the company said.