Counties in the News August 17, 2016
- By: NYSAC
- On: 08/17/2016 10:51:47
- In: Counties in the News
Wednesday's news from counties across the state.NYSAC
Rescue 911 in NYS: Help Spread the Word!
911 call centers are vital to the safety of our communities, but our local 911 services lack the funding stream necessary to keep up with advances in technology and new federal standards.
Today, the “Rescuing 911” campaign was launched to call attention to the importance of 911 services throughout New York State.
The campaign is taking to Twitter to spread the word about the important role of local 911 centers in our communities.
Follow along and stay up to date by following @Rescuing911 (www.twitter.com/rescuing911).
You can help us spread the word by retweeting @Rescuing911 so that your followers see the message as well - retweeting amplifies the important message about 911 services.
New to Twitter? Here are some resources to help you get started:
NYS County Social Media Resources and Top Twitter Tips
Getting Started With Twitter
NYSAC's Constituent Communication Toolkit
A Guide for Using Twitter in Government
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Cuomo should sign legislation requiring the state to pay for defense lawyers for the poor
State to combine some 2015 and 2016 tax rebate checks
Suffolk marathon looks to expand in second year
David Tubiolo Elected County Legislator to Replace Retiring Bernice Spreckman
Dutchess County Holds Annual Picnic for Children with Special Needs
Saratoga County supervisors against Nelson Avenue bridge's closure
Legislators vote on proposed revisions to the county charter
St. Lawrence County Legislature meets Monday
Contaminated fish-hatchery building may be razed
Herkimer County Fair 'goes for the gold'
Tioga County leaders reunite to discuss drug epidemic (Video)
CENTRAL NEW YORK
Cayuga County Legislature committee approves Cayuga Community College's faculty contract
Welcome sunlight in Monroe County on LDCs
WESTERN NEW YORK
Erie County's 911 call takers: Grueling shifts put lives ‘in serious jeopardy'
Board has special meeting at Wyoming County Fair