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2015 News Archives

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Health Department Rabies Clinics this month. Details HERE.

Injury from falling is a major risk for older adults and people with disabilities.  Click HERE to review information on how to prevent falls from the Office for the Aging.

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2015 News Archives

The Legislature voted to accept and pledge to participate in strategies that will lead to fulfillment of the 2015 Tompkins County Economic Development Strategy, prepared on behalf of the County in a two-year process by Tompkins County Area Development (TCAD).  The...

Legislature scheduled public hearings on two proposed Local Laws, to take place at its next meeting April 21.  One proposed law under provisions of State law would permit the sale of sparkling devices in restricted periods during the year.  That measure passed 11-1,...

The Legislature’s Economic Development Committee today took the first legislative steps toward establishing a new sustainable energy loan program in Tompkins County, a program that, should the full Legislature approve, would provide property assessed clean energy (PACE)...

Now that formal proposals for redeveloping the Old Tompkins County Library have been submitted, the special legislative committee charged with making a recommendation to the Tompkins County Legislature today agreed on the process for review.

Of the four sponsors...

In the latest in the series of lectures on topics related to the Civil War, Gary Emerson will speak next Monday, April 6 on the Confederate Prison Camp that was located in Elmira, New York.  The lecture will take place on April 6, beginning at 6 p.m., at the BorgWarner...

Cornell University, Tompkins County, and the City of Ithaca  have committed to continue the Tompkins County Housing Fund, a successful joint initiative to assist in the development of local housing units that will remain affordable for low- to moderate-income households...

On Tuesday, March 31, the Tompkins County Health Department will test its capacity to dispense medications to at least 250 people in less than two hours. This Point of Dispensing (POD) exercise will take place at BOCES on Warren Road between 1:00...

The Legislature’s Government Operations Committee today joined in recommending County financial support toward a joint program which will support a Community Outreach Worker program in downtown Ithaca.

The committee, by unanimous vote, joined the Legislature’s...

The Legislature, by unanimous vote (Legislator Nate Shinagawa was excused) urged the New York State Assembly and Senate to pass The Humane Alternatives to Long-Term (HALT) Solitary Confinement Act, as recommended by the Legislature’s Public Safety; Budget, Capital, and...

The Legislature took action needed to preserve the Pine Tree Road Bike and Pedestrian Paths Project in the Town of Ithaca.  By a vote of 11-2, Legislators voted to amend the Capital Program to increase the project cost to $1,865,000 and appropriate more than $196,000...

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