Upcoming Events

2018 Legislative Conference

January 29-31
Desmond Hotel
Albany, NY  (Albany County)

52nd Annual County Finance School

May 2 – 4, 2018
Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel
Syracuse, NY (Onondaga County)

2018 Fall Seminar

September 24 - 26
Hyatt Hotel
Rochester, NY (Monroe County)


Counties in the News November 4, 2016

Friday's news from counties across the state.
Expanding Efforts to Treat Opioid Overdoses
Addiction to opioids such as heroin, morphine, and prescription pain relievers continues to challenge the social and economic wellbeing of counties big and small. Heroin use specifically has increased dramatically in the past five years, and subsequently, overdose-related deaths more than doubled from 2011 to 2014. The ability to address the problem with overarching results seems consistently just out of reach.
In an effort to provide assistance with this national epidemic, the National Association of Counties, the National Governors Association, the National League of Cities, and the United States Conference of Mayors with the U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance, Premier, Inc., and Adapt Pharma are now offering NARCAN® Nasal Spray at a 40-percent discount.

SUNY seeks public input on next chancellor

N.Y. AG cuts deal to extend heroin antidote discount

State energy czar defends nuclear plant bailout

White House lauds Ulster County's electric vehicle effort

Few speak at hearing on Dutchess budget that cuts taxes

New Westchester County Airport management agreement to pump millions into budget

Scenic Overlook in Ulster Opens

Putnam County Welcomes Mentoring Day Participants

Saratoga County sewer rates to rise under new rate plan

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Franklin County economic development director named to seat on Industrial Development Agency board

Essex County planning to take over Placid Xprss

BC Humane Society begins construction on new facility

Yates County Approves Tentative '17 Budget

Monroe County, MAXIMUS team up to fill jobs

EC lawmakers trying evening public hearings to increase attendance

County aid likely for radio purchases for fire districts