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Trial of former Seneca County Finance Director Brandi Deeds set to begin January 24

The former Seneca County Finance Director will go on trial January 24 on charges she falsified time cards, claiming she was working when she was not. The Finger Lakes Times reports Brandi Deeds faces seven felony and one misdemeanor charge. Deeds was ... MORE
Former Seneca County manager’s next court appearance scheduled for March 17

Former Seneca County manager’s next court appearance scheduled for March 17

Former Seneca County Manager John Sheppard is scheduled to appear in Waterloo Village Court on March 17 at 6 p.m. The appearance will be for pre-trial motions on a misdemeanor charge of official misconduct. He’s accused of improperly acting to discipline Seneca ... MORE
Horn, Sheppard talk marina development in Geneva; boundary between Ontario, Seneca

Horn, Sheppard talk marina development in Geneva; boundary between Ontario, Seneca

Seneca County has questions, but Geneva doesn’t have all the answers just yet. A resolution was passed at last Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, green-lighting a SEQRA response from Seneca County. The resolution authorizes County Manager John Sheppard to respond to a ... MORE
REPORT: Seneca losing employees to neighboring counties, pay below average

REPORT: Seneca losing employees to neighboring counties, pay below average

FL1 File Photo In recent years Seneca County has struggled to retain employees. It’s been the subject of many committee and board meetings within the Board of Supervisors, but little tangible evidence existed to prove if the working theory; that employees were ... MORE
OFFICIALS: Cuomo’s property tax payment plan would place heavy burden counties

OFFICIALS: Cuomo’s property tax payment plan would place heavy burden counties

Gov. Andrew Cuomo A proposal within the the New York State budget could make accepting property tax payments much more complicated and expensive for taxing authorities. The goal of the provision is to simply give towns and school districts the ability to ... MORE