Counties in the News, January 13, 2017
Friday's news from counties across the state.NYSAC
NYSAC Standing Committees to Convene at Legislative Conference
The 13 NYSAC policy making bodies will be meeting on January 30, 2017 at the NYSAC Legislative Conference in Albany.
The committees will discuss county legislative priorities, the Executive State Budget proposal for 2017-18, the county implications of Congressional actions on a range of issues, and a series of resolutions designed to direct NYSAC's advocacy efforts throughout the 2017 Legislative Session.
For more information about NYSAC's Standing Committees, visit http://www.nysac.org/committees.
To register for the conference, click here.
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