Counties in the News August 22, 2016
Monday's news from counties across the state.
County Government Institute Provides Opportunity for Learning and Certification
The NYSAC County Government Institute (CGI) is founded on the three pillars of good government:
Through courses and training within these pillars, CGI prepares rising and experienced county leaders for the challenges counties face, and equips them to engage in informed, constructive, and civil dialogue. The Institute is a partnership between NYSAC and Cornell University/Community and Regional Development Institute.
- Integrity, and
The core CGI curriculum includes required courses on building consensus, financial management, ethics, management, and the foundations of county government. CGI instructors are NYSAC staff, county leaders, and Cornell faculty members who are experts in local government structure and issues. CGI courses are offered at NYSAC's Fall Seminar (September), Legislative Conference (February), and Finance School (May). Courses are also offered regionally throughout the year.
2016 Fall Seminar-Register Today!
State gets $180 million settlement
Opiate Education & Narcan Training Held At Schreiber
Suffolk Closeup: County's financial bind leads to cut bus routes
LI's high-volume community colleges face tough mandate
Ulster County adopt law prohibiting sky lanterns
Westchester County Breaks Tourism Record for Second Straight Year
Boaters in Hudson River Encouraged to Follow Coast Guard Protocols
Cuomo signs CDTA cab regulation bill
Hearing set on eliminating solar power tax exemption
Editorial: Time to close Prentice
Warren County board reverses vote on airport runway extension
Franklin Co. OKs bond support for Adirondack Medical Center
Regulating District lays out new assessments for Jefferson, Lewis counties
New Hampshire man tapped to run airport
CENTRAL NEW YORK
Cooperative Extension May Provide Jail Reentry Services
MVCAA to expand its Head Start program in Madison County
Six findings from Wednesday's methadone hearing
Deeds Named as County Finance Director
Ontario County's rich suffrage history explored
WESTERN NEW YORK
Niagara County meetings and hearings for the week of Aug. 21