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Community members who use a nine mile stretch of Route 13 between Warren Rd. and the Village of Dryden can learn more and take the project survey 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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CODDINGTON ROAD CLOSING:

The Tompkins County Highway Division will be closing Coddington Road, between Middaugh Road and Banks Road, in the Town of Caroline, for road crossing pipe replacements, beginning Tuesday, May 31, through Thursday, June 9, daily from 6:00...

The Tompkins County Solid Waste Management Division (TCSWMD) Office will be closed Monday, May 30 in observation of the Memorial Day holiday and will re-open on Tuesday, May 31.

The Tompkins County Recycling and Solid Waste Center will be closed on Monday, May 30...

The Tompkins County Office for the Aging Advisory Committee paid tribute to two local seniors at its 2011 Annual Luncheon May 26th.

Certificates of appreciation were awarded to Ardie Bennett for Senior Citizen of the Year and to Fred Antil for Outstanding...

The Legislature's budget committee today authorized its Chair to recommend to State officials a plan that would establish permanent rate thresholds concerning several State-authorized county revenue sources, currently subject to State approval through "home rule" requests....

Beginning Monday, May 23rd, the Tompkins County Sheriff's Office and several other local law enforcement agencies will begin a coordinated, ongoing effort to address the problem of speeding in the County in the areas of greatest need.

In the "Wise Up, Slow Down"...

The Legislature's Health and Human Services Committee, in a two-hour session today, listened to public comment, as it continued to weigh potential options concerning the future of the Certified Home Health Agency (CHHA) operated by the County Health Department. New York...

Anticipating the likelihood of a State property tax cap, the Legislature followed the recommendation of its budget committee and directed the County Administrator to prepare two budget scenarios for 2012--'one showing what could be supported within the limits of a 2% cap,...

The Legislature approved bonding to cover construction cost of two capital projects, approving issuance of up to $2.5 million in serial bonds and notes to pay for part of the cost of improvements at the County Solid Waste and Recycling Center, and issuance of up to $750,000...

A proposal to request home rule authority from the State Legislature to adopt a 20-year retirement plan for the new investigator position in the District Attorney's Office failed by a vote of 5-7 (Legislators Jim Dennis, Pat Pryor, Peter Stein, Pam Mackesey, and Chair...

The Legislature's Health and Human Services Committee will discuss the future of the County's Certified Home Health Agency at a special session May 19 and is seeking guidance from the community on this important issue.

The meeting will take place on Thursday,...

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