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Click HERE for information from the Tompkins County Health Department on tick disease prevention & to watch the NYSDOH video on how to remove a tick.

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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New York State, through Tompkins Workforce New York and in cooperation with Microsoft Corporation's "Elevate America" program, is distributing free vouchers for select e-learning courses and certification exams.

A voucher is a numeric access code provided by...

On Tuesday May 25, 2010 the Tompkins County Community Mental Health Services Board will hold a celebration event to recognize achievements in the areas of mental health, developmental disabilities and chemical dependency challenges. The celebration will take place from 5 to...

In order to better meet the ever-changing needs of its patrons, the Tompkins County Public Library will be closed Friday, May 21 for staff training.

The Library will resume its regular schedule at 10:00 AM on Saturday, May 22.

For more information,...

The Tompkins County Office for the Aging Advisory Committee held the Annual Luncheon for 2010 at the Clarion Hotel on May 11th.

Karl Pillimer, PhD, Director for the Cornell Institute on Translational Research on Aging (CITRA) was the keynote speaker for the...

The Legislature is calling upon New York State to ban all hydraulic fracturing operations to extract natural gas from shale until independent scientific assessments are competed to determine the risk of hydraulic fracturing, the greenhouse gas emissions it would produce,...

The Legislature, without dissent (Legislator Carol Chock was excused), authorized the County Administrator to sell the Biggs Building, currently occupied by the Health Department, to Cayuga Medical Center. The sale includes the Biggs Building and nine acres surrounding it...

The Legislature, by unanimous vote of those present (Legislator Carol Chock was excused), authorized the County to disburse the County's share of funding related to the first recipients under the Community Housing Affordability Program and the Community Housing Trust Fund (...

The Tompkins County Highway Division will be closing North Applegate Road, between Hayts Road and Iradell Road, in the Town of Enfield, for a road crossing pipe replacement, on Monday, May 17, 2010, from at 6:00 a.m., until approximately 5:00 p.m. The road will be closed...

As it continues to examine the County's long-term capital needs, the Legislature's special Capital Plan Review Committee today took a very early look at whether sharing administrative space with the City of Ithaca might be an eventual long-term option to consider.
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Nearly 1,000 families of high school Senior students from all six of the public school districts in Tompkins County are receiving letters this spring, urging them to provide celebrations that are fun, chaperoned, and alcohol-free.

The Community Coalition for...

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