Counties in the News July 25, 2016
Monday's news from counties across the state.NYSAC
Fall Seminar Agenda Available, Registration Open
NYSAC's Fall Seminar is the place for New York's county leaders to come together and share vital information, develop educational and operational strategies for success, and learn about the complex issues impacting counties.
For a glimpse of the presentations and workshop lineup, click here.
The 2016 NYSAC Fall Seminar will be held on September 19-21 in Niagara Falls at the Conference & Event Center of Niagara Falls. Hotel accommodations will be at the Sheraton at the Falls Hotel across the street from the Conference Center.
Early Bird registration rates are available until August 12th. For more information and to register, click here.
Weekly Wire: Summer Edition - Tax Cap, Sales Tax, Fall Seminar, Mental Health, Energy, State Updates
Governor Cuomo Announces $3 Million for Electronic Waste Recycling
New York State offers $13 million in community grants to fight zombie homes
Nassau Police to Increase Patrols Following Munich Mall Shooting
HUDSON VALLEYUlster County ramps up efforts to attract tech entrepreneurs
Rockland declares drought alert to save water
Dutchess County ranks high in technology use, survey says
Ulster County trash commission report delayed again
Warren County to push again for airport runway extension review
Franklin Co. seeks $200K to trigger business growth
Canton officials resurrect shared highway garage idea
State to pay most demolition cost
Steps cited as progress toward Vision 2020 blueprint
URMC partners with Livingston County organizations to create virtual oncology community
Seneca County seeks partner on solid-waste planning
Officials Tour Impoverished Rochester Neighborhood in Anti-Poverty Tour
WESTERN NEW YORK
New Name and New Emphasis on Improving Ambulance Service to City of Buffalo
Athenex Workforce Development Initiative Begins
Bailey Bridges to be replaced