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New York State Association of Counties to hold Fall Seminar in Syracuse

The New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC) will be holding its Fall Seminar in Syracuse, N.Y. from September 13 – 15, 2021. This annual training event provides NYSAC member counties – including Livingston County – an opportunity to learn about current issues and trends affecting municipalities across New York State.

Donald Wester, Town of Conesus Supervisor and member of the Livingston County Board of Supervisors, will be in attendance. He stated, “This annual seminar is a chance for New York counties to come together and discuss shared experiences, challenges, and paths forward – especially as we continue to deal with the impacts of COVID-19 within our communities. I look forward to learning from and collaborating with our peers from across the state.”

Seminar workshops and speakers will cover a wide range of topics, including American Rescue Plan funds; rural broadband; cannabis legalization; renewable energy; Census redistricting; cybersecurity; mental health; emergency management services; and electric vehicles.

Also attending will be Livingston County Administrator Ian M. Coyle, who said, “I would like to thank NYSAC for hosting these informative and educational events for county leaders. Year after year, we walk away with new ideas and lessons learned that help to shape our priorities and strengthen our county government.”

“Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, NYSAC has been working tirelessly to represent, serve, and advocate for its member counties in the face of much uncertainty,” continued Coyle. “We commend the NYSAC team for bringing our counties together, being our collective voice at the state level, and providing guidance to us during this difficult time.”

For more information on the 2021 NYSAC Fall Seminar, please visit