Counties in the News August 12, 2016
Friday's news from counties across the state.NYSAC
NYSAC Standing Committees To Convene in September
NYSAC's 13 Standing Committees are essential in the development of NYSAC's advocacy planning and efforts. They develop, discuss and adopt the series of resolutions that go before the full county delegation, and then become the basis of NYSAC's legislative program for the coming year.
The standing committees cover a range of county concerns including agriculture, children with special needs, economic development and environment, intergovernmental affairs, Medicaid and human services, gaming, public employee relations, public health, public safety, tax and finance, and transportation.
If you are interested in being a member of one of NYSAC's standing committees, visit www.nysac.org/committees.
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State to offer certification for NY-grown foods
Suffolk offers plan for Oakdale's ‘Grand Canal' pollution
Mangano Presents Distinguished Veteran Service Award to Charles Boyd Of Williston Park
Agricultural Environmental Award
Public Defense Mandate Relief Act
Tourism is #1 economic driver in Orange County
Sullivan residents want tighter controls on tobacco sales, according to survey
Deputy Commissioner of Emergency Services Named
Lodgers want more promotion spending, tourism collaboration
Rensselaer County Legislature names pair to the HVCC Board of Trustees
Franklin County creates shuttle service for veterans who travel to Massena VA clinic
St. Lawrence County plans to hire health care consultant
Franklin Co. legislator quizzes NCCC leaders over tuition hike
Preston to discuss Broome County opioid overdoses Friday
CENTRAL NEW YORK
Governor Cuomo Kicks Off First Regional Sustainable Development & Collaborative Governance Conference in Syracuse
Livingston County Highway Dept. to get new excavator, brush mower
Grant to train 1,000 people for health care jobs
WESTERN NEW YORK
Low gas prices bite into county sales tax incomes
Tonawanda Rails to Trails is ‘awesome'
Niagara County tax foreclosure auction to feature more than 50 properties