Counties in the News, April 13, 2018

Friday's news from counties across the state.


Regulating Tech Companies Is Also About Cars, Streets, and Cities

Adapting to urban mobility: New trends in transportation


Questions swirl over New York's tax-code changes

What didn't make it into the state budget?


A Single Way Forward on Two of New York's Biggest Problems

De Blasio vows fresh look at lead inspections for exempted units

Police, at Odds with Oversight Board, Reject More of Its Penalties

Correction Department unveils special facility for military veterans at Rikers

Pick a New York City Borough: Rents are Falling There, and Fast


Republic Airport charter operation gets OK to temporarily expand

Tick-borne diseases reach epidemic levels on Long Island, panel says

Nassau sale tax surplus may be optimistic, budget report says

County community council members are sworn in


Free presentation on healthy nutrition for older adults

Sullivan County Government employees rally for higher wages

Rockland County raises age to buy tobacco to 21

Rockland County Executive's Corner “Renaissance in Progress”


Washington County arraignment court up for national criminal justice award

Governor Cuomo Announces Grand Opening of New Women's Residential Addiction Treatment Facility in Albany

Officials, workers: Keep tip credit

Winter storms cost county $1.25M for salt, OT, fuel


Public hearing scheduled for additions to Ag Districts

Franklin County Local Development Corp. looks to add economic development specialist

Franklin County eyes modifications to ‘bed tax' as state Legislature debates law's extension

State tax filers in St. Lawrence County & elsewhere can get help through call center Monday, Tuesday


MVHS Earns Certificate Of Need Approval From State For Downtown Hospital Construction

Drone Start-Ups Win Big in New York State


Tioga County: Boosting market reach for area farmers and more -- officials outline intent on ag development specialist

With the death of fracking, can renewables fill New York's energy gap?

Town of Chemung lays off entire highway staff

Watkins Glen State Park renovations near completion


Emergency training key topic at April Shared Services Panel meeting

Grant Will Fight Growing Upstate Opioid Abuse

County Approves State Mandated Pay Hike For DA

Oswego County Clerk encourages lifesaving donations during Donate Life Month

Oswego County Joins Lawsuit Against Drug Companies

Onondaga County opioid overdose deaths fall 36 percent


Yates County Is Opposed to Proposed Romulus Incinerator Project

Genesee County Chamber Of Commerce Hosting Workshop On Dealing With An Active Shooter In The Workplace

NYS looking for answers into proposed waste-to-energy incinerator on Seneca Lake

Yates County plans handgun safety training seminar for April 21

Increase in baby boomers puts strain on Wayne Co. Meals on Wheels program

Public service commission requests revisions to Seneca County trash incinerator plan

Livingston County highway superintendent to receive state recognition

Saving Seneca Lake: To protect and restore


Seneca Nation files lawsuit against state officials over Thruway

EC Legislature Approves Payout Ban For Employees Accused Of Workplace Misconduct

Erie County: National Public Safety Telecommunications Week recognizes vital work of 911 call takers

Cattaraugus County legislators up worker's comp reserve

Allegany County leaders talk shared services

State Police: County has access to K9 units