Counties in the News August 3, 2016
News from counties across the state.NYSAC
US Communities Purchasing Program Provides Lower Cost NARCAN to Counties
As part of our ongoing efforts to provide cost effective solutions to member counties, NYSAC's partnership with US Communities Cooperative purchasing program offers deep discounts on NARCAN Nasal Spray, which is used to reverse the effects of opiate overdose.
Several New York counties currently use US Communities to save on a variety of contracts and purchases. Lower costs for NARCAN Nasal Spray is just one more benefit for counties and local governments that are part of US Communities.
For more information on how to join the US Communities, visit: http://www.uscommunities.org/government-purchasing/.
Public Pensions Facing Worst Returns Since Recession
Nuclear power and renewables don't have to be enemies. New York just showed how.
What would be different about how New York State is governed today if the state constitution proposed by the 1967 Constitutional Convention were adopted at the polls?
State offers free larvicide to help stop Zika
New York State Aiding Nuclear Plants With Millions in Subsidies
Lawmakers will examine START-UP, other economic development efforts
Audit: State sitting on $1 million meant to boost organ donation
Suffolk County Announces Narcan Training Classes in August
Bellone Announces Lottery Winners for Second Phase of Suffolk County Septic Demonstration Pilot Program
Suffolk Executive Steve Bellone moves to close $78M gap
Mangano & Nicolello Offer “KidPix” Photo IDs for Children
Best Market to Move Headquarters to Former Entenmann's Factory in Bay Shore
Sullivan farmers' markets invite you to take a closer look
Land Trust Relocates to New Cornwall Facility
Westchester County Car Show Scheduled In New Rochelle
Essex County curbs proposed leash law for now
Brasher Connector portion of county trail system opening Aug. 13
Event Honoring Law Enforcement and First Responders Held in Chemung County
Deputies honored for life-saving efforts
The Place wraps up Summer Youth Employment Program
CENTRAL NEW YORK
Onondaga County Legislature Going 'Paperless' (Video)
$5 million investment to grow region's unmanned aircraft industry
$1.5M allotted for improvements at the zoo, the War Memorial and the Salt Museum
Seneca County Public Works to review fleet proposals
WESTERN NEW YORK
Wetlands delay planned multi-modal facility in Wyoming County
Legislature holds hearings to focus on emergency services