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Steuben County to distribute opioid settlement funds to four local agencies

Steuben County to distribute opioid settlement funds to four local agencies
The Steuben County Legislature will disperse $678,000 in Opioid Settlement Funds to four local agencies providing services for those struggling with substance abuse. The funds are from a class action lawsuit filed against opioid manufacturers ... more
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EXCLUSIVE: Short term rentals divide community in Watkins Glen (video)

EXCLUSIVE: Short term rentals divide community in Watkins Glen (video)
Watkins Glen is a village known for its tourism. The village is home to many attractions, including Seneca Lake, wineries, breweries, Watkins Glen State Park and Watkins Glen International race track. Some travelers may opt ... more
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Steuben County Legislature approves construction projects at two sites

Steuben County Legislature approves 20 year limit for reps
Work will soon begin at two separate sites in Steuben County. County Legislators recently approved $1 million in restricted American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds and $500,000 in unrestricted ARPA funds for the projects. The ... more
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Livingston Highway Department accepting public comments for the Presbyterian Road Culvert Replacement Project

Livingston Highway Department accepting public comments for the Presbyterian Road Culvert Replacement Project
The Livingston County Highway Department (LCHD) is accepting public comments now through Aug. 30, 2022, as part of the design process for the Presbyterian Road Culvert Replacement project. Located in the town of Mount Morris, ... more
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Geneva Area Chamber co-hosts groundbreaking milestone celebration for Lakes Edge Seneca Development Project

Geneva Area Chamber co-hosts groundbreaking milestone celebration for Lakes Edge Seneca Development Project
The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce will be co-hosting a Member Milestone Celebration for one of its newest members, Lake's Edge Development Group LLC, on Thursday, August 25 from 12-2pm. The celebration will honor the ... more
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BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES: Engagement fatigue happens when residents don’t understand the importance of their feedback (podcast)

BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES: Engagement fatigue happens when residents don't understand the importance of their feedback (podcast)
If your meetings are empty and your public hearings are quiet, it could be a symptom of "engagement fatigue." In many cases, residents don't understand the impact of their feedback on your decisions. This session ... more
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Kiwanis Club of Canandaigua receives $25,000 grant

Direct payments for essential workers in Connecticut– up to $1,000
Kiwanis Club of Canandaigua has received a grant of $25,000 from the Ralph C. Wilson Jr Legacy Fund for Youth Sports at the Community Foundation. This grant will be applied toward equipment purchased for the ... more
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Peenstra will help new police chief in Seneca Falls for first half of 2023

Smith will retire as undersheriff in Cayuga County, Peenstra to leave SFPD for the job
Seneca Falls Police Chief Stu Peenstra, who will become Undersheriff in Cayuga County in January 2023, will be providing some consulting services to the Town of Seneca Falls after his exit. Peenstra will resign from ... more
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INSIDE THE FLX: Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason; public hearing on C-PACE, work at Tubman National Park, urban forestry (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason; public hearing on C-PACE, work at Tubman National Park, urban forestry (podcast)
In this episode, we visit with Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason and get a recap of Thursday's City Council meeting. A public hearing was held on the local law needed for Auburn businesses to be ... more
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Honrell: Two structures to be demolished this summer

Honrell: Two structures to be demolished this summer
Two properties in the City of Hornell are slated for demolition this summer. Homes at 179 Madison Avenue and 274 Walnut Street, both owned by the Steuben County Land Bank, are slated to be torn ... more
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Livingston County to host job fair in Geneseo

Dedication of the Livingston County Veterans Monument is slated for Flag Day
The Livingston County Office of Workforce Development will host a job fair on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2022, from 4-6 p.m. in the County Government Center at 6 Court Street in Geneseo. The job fair will ... more
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USDA grant will help boost composting in city, town of Geneva

USDA grant will help boost composting in city, town of Geneva
The city and town of Geneva, Blueprint Geneva, Growing Cycle, a local vermiculture farm, and Hobart and William Smith Colleges are applying for a US Department of Agriculture grant to promote composting. As much as ... more
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Livingston County launches updated county website

Livingston County launches updated county website
Livingston County is pleased to announce the launch of its newly updated website. The website recently underwent a seven month re-design process by CivicPlus, a government website provider. The site now has easier access to ... more
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Livingston County names new Grants & Public Information Coordinator

Livingston County names new Grants & Public Information Coordinator
The Livingston County Board of Supervisors has named Sean Farnsworth as the new Grants & Public Information Coordinator, effective today. Farnsworth comes to the County from St. John Fisher University where he served as Assistant Athletic ... more
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City of Geneva seeking Director of Planning & Economic Development

Protestors rally in Geneva to support legal abortion access
The City of Geneva is looking to hire an economic development professional to oversee all matters related to development and planning for the city. The city's Director of Planning and Economic Development will be responsible ... more
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Crews making progress on Auburn’s 2022 street paving project

Crews making progress on Auburn’s 2022 street paving project
Workers have been making good progress on the city of Auburn's annual street repair and paving project. Project focuses on a quadrant of the city each year Crews tackle a different quadrant of the city ... more
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INSIDE THE FLX: Yates County Administrator Nonie Flynn; money for home sewer upgrades, Phase 1A of broadband project, Greenidge CEO addresses legislature (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Yates County Administrator Nonie Flynn; money for home sewer upgrades, Phase 1A of broadband project, Greenidge CEO addresses legislature (podcast)
In this episode, we visit with Yates County Administrator Nonie Flynn for a county legislature recap and the latest county news. What does it mean to become a "constitutional county?"The county will work with Keuka ... more
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INSIDE THE FLX: Geneva Town Supervisor Mark Venuti; expanding composting, water plant work, energy audits for residents (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Geneva Town Supervisor Mark Venuti; expanding composting, water plant work, energy audits for residents (podcast)
In this episode, we talk with Geneva Supervisor Mark Venuti and recap this week's town board meeting. The town will work with Blueprint Geneva and Growing Cycle, LLC to expand its curbside composting program. The town ... more
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Geneva’s downtown streetscape, 5&20 overhaul are behind schedule: How long will it take to finish?

Businesses in Downtown Geneva struggle as Streetscape Project moves forward so soon after pandemic
The $10.1 million downtown streetscape and Routes 5&20 projects are behind schedule. That's the latest update from contractors working on the projects around the city. Originally, they were intended to be completed by October, or ... more
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Wayne County Supervisors to vote on two-part EMS plan

Wayne County Supervisors to vote on two-part EMS plan
Wayne County Supervisors are scheduled to vote Monday night on a two-part plan to create a county-run Emergency Medical Services (EMS) unit. Phase one calls for two new ambulance buildings The Finger Lakes Times reports ... more
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Senator Mannion secures Dormitory Authority grant for Hoopes Park work

Senator Mannion secures Dormitory Authority grant for Hoopes Park work
The city of Auburn is getting $150,000 from the state Dormitory Authority for upgrades to the city's Hoopes Park. What will the state grant be used for? Auburn City Clerk Chuck Mason says State Senator ... more
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