Counties in the News, November 17, 2016
Thursday's news from counties across the state.NYSAC
If It Keeps On Rainin', Levee's Goin' to Break
The Farmer's Almanac for November 2016 through October 2017 predicts above normal precipitation and near-normal snowfall….whatever that means these days.
Is your county ready for whatever may come?
The NYS Community Risk and Resiliency Act (CRRA) is a recently enacted law to provide guidance on projected sea-level increases along the Hudson River. In turn, facilities, projects and those applying for state funding must consider these projections in plans and demonstrate foresight for emergency preparedness. CRRA will be enforced in New York State beginning January 1, 2017.
Nassau County Legislators Slash $105 Proposed Traffic Ticket Fee (Video)
MTA Announces Weekend Bus Service from Rockland to Westchester
Food and beverage industry growing in Ulster County
Orange County Stages ‘Topping Out' Ceremony at Government Center
Ulster County exec wants Lower Esopus creek impacts considered in Ashokan Reservoir review
Access to state-owned Adirondacks land debated
Lewis legislators approve $200,000 interconnection payment on solar project
Legislator: Clinton Co. budget 'very good starting point'
Clinton County approves new union deal.
Officials discuss redistribution of sales tax throughout Oneida County
Mohawk Valley land bank gets OK from state agency
Flat Tax Rate in Chemung County Budget Could Result in Future Challenges (Video)
CENTRAL NEW YORK
Tompkins County 2017 Budget Adopted
WESTERN NEW YORK
Livingston County Reluctantly Agrees to Mandated $30K DA Pay Raise
15 public works projects costing $25M on tap for Niagara County
No changes yet to tentative $228.6 million county budget