Counties in the News, January 24, 2017
Tuesday's news from counties across the state.
The County Perspective for January 23, 2017
Unlock the Power of Learning at the NYSAC Legislative Conference
Registration is open for the NYSAC 2017 Legislative Conference, which will be held January 30, 31 and February 1, 2017 at the Desmond Hotel and Conference Center in Albany.
County officials are invited to attend a series of informative and timely workshops, standing committee meetings, conference-wide presentations, and networking opportunities.
Today is the last day for online registration at www.nysac.org/legislativeconference.
After today, county delegates are welcome to register at the conference.
Local aid imperiled by Cuomo's consolidation plan
State workforce shrinks just a bit under Cuomo budget plan
Suffolk preps for erosion, power outages ahead of nor'easter
Ulster legislator proposes resolution opposing repeal of Obamacare
Neuhaus to sign tobacco-21 measure
Dutchess legislators learn of delay in designing a new jail
Putnam County Executive Voices Concerns Over Indian Point Closing
Rockland water rate hike to be decided Tuesday
Gov proposes municipal spending reduction plans
Master plan released for Adirondack ‘Gateway' in North Hudson
Cuomo announces $20M in upgrades at Gore, Whiteface
Oneida County appoints advisory members, more in January
Steuben County Approves Bridge Replacement Funding (Video)
CENTRAL NEW YORK
5 reasons the state's $15M Syracuse film hub has flopped so far
Cuomo announces $70 million package to a second round of his Upstate Revitalization Initiative
WESTERN NEW YORK
Cuomo Criss-Crosses Upstate Garnering Support for Budget Proposal
Bed tax grant program opens Feb 1