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Seneca County Chamber to host meeting on learning the basics of Medicare

Seneca County Chamber to host meeting on learning the basics of Medicare
Local residents who would like to learn more about how Medicare works are encouraged to attend an upcoming meeting of the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce. The educational meeting will be held on Tuesday, August ... more
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Congregate Meal Program supporting seniors in Livingston County

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Livingston County residents age 60 and older looking for a healthy meal and some social activities need look no further than the Office for the Aging's Congregate Meal Program (CMP). Available at four locations throughout ... more
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New Gibson Street entrance now open at Sonnenberg Gardens

Sonnenberg Gardens gets $25,000 grant for on-site upgrades
A new gateway entrance at Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion State Historic Park is now open, announced NYS Parks on Monday. The park's new Gibson Street entrance is marked by stone columns off Route 21 in ... more
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City of Auburn leases unneeded parking spaces to Wegmans

City of Auburn leases unneeded parking spaces to Wegmans
The Auburn City Council has renewed its lease with Wegmans to allow the store to use city-owned parking spaces that the city doesn't need. Wegmans gets eight additional parking spaces for its Genesee St. store ... more
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Auburn officials keeping an eye on Owasco Lake level

Auburn officials keeping an eye on Owasco Lake level
The city of Auburn keeps a close watch throughout the year on the water level in Owasco Lake. City must balance interests while following Army Corps of Engineers guidelines It's a sometimes complicated process, balancing ... more
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Newark to submit seven DRI projects for state review

Newark to submit seven DRI projects for state review
The village of Newark's Downtown Revitalization planning committee has cut down to seven the number of projects it will submit to the state for possible funding. What happens next in DRI process? The Finger Lakes ... more
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Should vacant buildings in downtown Canandaigua be taxed? Officials debate that possibility (video)

Should vacant buildings in downtown Canandaigua be taxed? Officials debate that possibility (video)
John Goodwin is the City Manager in Canandaigua. He says he's always working to improve the lakefront city. "There’s that sense when you enter Canandaigua that it’s home, so it’s home to us now and ... more
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Upper levels of Auburn parking garage to close as workers complete renovations

Upper levels of Auburn parking garage to close as workers complete renovations
Beginning Sunday, the inside upper levels of Auburn's downtown parking garage will be closed. Workers will complete final phase of renovations The closure will allow workers to complete the final phase of the Downtown Parking ... more
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Four Steuben County notables inducted Monday into Hall of Fame

Four Steuben County notables inducted Monday into Hall of Fame
A hero during the Flood of ’72, a New York State assembly member and notable agriculturistswere inducted into the Steuben County Hall of Fame Monday. Steuben County Deputy Fire Coordinator Hobart "Hobie " Abbey had ... more
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INSIDE THE FLX: Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason; State St. Plaza ready for music, work on the parking garage, a green grant application, and more (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason; State St. Plaza ready for music, work on the parking garage, a green grant application, and more (podcast)
In this episode, it's our weekly visit with Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason. Among City Council actions taken Thursday night: · Summer events update · NEW State Street Live Music Series announced (see attached) All ... more
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State Route 34B bridge over Salmon Creek in Lansing reopens

State Route 34B bridge over Salmon Creek in Lansing reopens
Construction is complete on the new bridge that carries State Route 34B over Salmon Creek in the town of Lansing. The newly constructed bridge replaces the original structure built in 1930 with a more modern, ... more
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Harmful algal blooms health advisory in Livingston County

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Based on surveillance performed July 22, 2022, harmful algal blooms (Blue Green Algae) continue to be observed throughout Conesus Lake. Blooms occur when algae multiply very rapidly over a short period of time, usually in ... more
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BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES: The Power of Downtown (podcast)

BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES: The Power of Downtown (podcast)
The nature of economic development has shifted from a field intensely focused on major industrial projects, to a more balanced approach–creating a quality of life in communities that draws workforce and ultimately major employers. This ... more
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Livingston County announces new hires and promotions

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Livingston County is pleased to announce the promotion of several current employees, along with a number of new hires in departments throughout the County. Department of Health: · Sally Jacobs was promoted from Principal Account ... more
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Hornell water rates rise by 20%, fees increased as well

Hornell water rates rise by 20%, fees increased as well
The Hornell Water Department has increased its rates and fees. The Hornell Common Council voted 9-1 on Monday to increase water and sewer rates by 20% in order to bridge the department's revenue gap. Mayor ... more
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Livingston County Veteran Services Director stepping down

Dedication of the Livingston County Veterans Monument is slated for Flag Day
Livingston County Veteran Services Director Jason Skinner will serve his last day today after more than six years leading the County's Veteran Services department. Skinner first began working with the County's veterans in this role ... more
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Canandaigua Emergency Squad, Naples Ambulance complete merger

Canandaigua Emergency Squad, Naples Ambulance complete merger
Canandaigua Emergency Squad (CES) and Naples Ambulance have officially merged. Similar to CES’s 2015 merger with East Bloomfield Volunteer Ambulance, the Naples Ambulance merger will ensure the same commitment to timely emergency care to the ... more
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City of Auburn working with stakeholders to protect Owasco Lake, the city’s drinking water source

City of Auburn working with stakeholders to protect Owasco Lake, the city’s drinking water source
LaBella Associates and Behan Planning and Design presented a draft Water Source Protection Plan for Owasco Lake to the Auburn City Council Thursday night. Plan is meant to complement work already being done A community ... more
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BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES: The Ups and Downs of Short-Term Rentals (podcast)

BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES: The Ups and Downs of Short-Term Rentals (podcast)
Short term rentals are a fast-growing economic phenomenon that is affecting most communities around the country. Local government leaders are challenged to harness the economic opportunity of new investment without negatively impacting the quality of ... more
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