Counties in the News, February 14, 2017
Tuesday's news from counties across the state.
The County Perspective for the Week Beginning February 13, 2017
NYSAC News Magazine includes 2017 Legislative Guide
The Winter edition of the NYSAC News magazine has been delivered to county officials and is available online at www.nysac.org/magazine.
This issue includes the NYSAC Legislative Program, an overview of the NYSAC legislative team, the association's advocacy timeline, and what counties should watch out for during the State Legislative Session and the first 100 days of the Donald Trump administration in Washington, D.C.
New York's water infrastructure needs estimated at $80B over 20 years
Mayors, Senate leader push back against Cuomo plan
Governor Cuomo Calls on EPA to Set Clear and Enforceable Drinking Water Standard for 1, 4-Dioxane
Stewart Airport incentive program likely to continue
Final design for new Dutchess Law Enforcement Center nears completion
County Renews, Amends Camp Herrlich Lease
Ulster County solid waste panel recommendations still months away
Albany lawmakers approve “Ban the Box” legislation
DiNapoli: N.Y. $40 billion deep in water infrastructure disrepair
Some local leaders confused by Cuomo sharing plan
Grant to help educate, train Oneida County Correctional Facility inmates
Two months of gaming at Tioga Downs generates $176K in gaming tax for town
Seneca County Board to Discuss Depot Lease
Board of Supervisors approves new road grader for County Highway Dept.
Lighting Design Innovations donating lights to Old County Courthouse