Tag: Nonie Flynn

Yates County to undertake three major projects in 2022 with incurring new debt

Yates County to undertake three major projects in 2022 without incurring new debt

Yates County Administrator Nonie Flynn enters 2022 on an optimistic note. She says the county’s strong fiscal position will allow it to undertake three major projects this year. The first is a 15 million dollar project to build a multi-use facility on ... MORE
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Security discussion front and center again at Yates County Legislature meeting

The Yates County Legislature voted this week to allow Sheriff Ron Spike to assign a security officer to the county office building. Legislator Carlie Chilson voted against the measure, saying it would create overtime hours for someone who would have little to ... MORE
Annmarie Flanagan named to public health director post in Schuyler, Yates counties

Annmarie Flanagan named to public health director post in Schuyler, Yates counties

The Yates County Health Department has new leadership. Annmarie Flanagan was unanimously appointed by the Yates County Legislature to serve as director of public health. Former director Deb Minor retired earlier this winter after serving Yates County for more than 30 years ... MORE
FL1 DAILY: Doug Paddock & Nonie Flynn talk about goals for Yates County (podcast)

FL1 DAILY: Doug Paddock & Nonie Flynn talk about goals for Yates County (podcast)

Over the last several weeks we’ve been catching up with county leaders to talk about how they are looking at 2021. Most are expecting to see reimbursements from the state to decline by upwards of 20%, which made budgeting a challenge. That ... MORE
DEBRIEF: Yates County Administrator talks economic fallout, budget process amid Coronavirus Pandemic (podcast)

DEBRIEF: Yates County Administrator talks economic fallout, budget process amid Coronavirus Pandemic (podcast)

Dealing with the Coronavirus Pandemic has been difficult for communities across New York State. Undoubtedly, small communities like Yates County are those that could feel the most-adverse impact from the financial fallout associated with the Coronavirus. Especially given how heavily-reliant counties like ... MORE