March 3, 2012
The Essex County Board of Supervisors
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Construction crews have started the work to replace the bridge, and members of the Essex County Public Works Committee were briefed on the project by DPW Supervisor Tony LaVigne.
FEMA to buyout 26 porperties
During the Dec. 10 Economic Development, Planning and Publicity Committee meeting, IDA Director Carol Calabrese said her agency was working on a new plan to help attract business to the county.
The Essex County Board of Supervisors has decided to place on hold a move to increase the county occupancy tax from 3 to 5 percent.
Essex County officials traded ideas on how to balance the county budget at a meeting on Nov. 19.
The Essex County Board of Supervisors re-appointed a member to its Ethics Board but not without procedural concerns being raised.
Essex County is in the top third of healthiest counties in the state of New York.
Four years ago, Washington County enacted a local law that restricted where registered sex offenders could live in their county.
Mark Malchoff believes that the presence of the spiny water flea in local lakes and canals is only a warning.
While a green winter may have been a bit of a nightmare for Adirondack businesses, occupancy tax numbers have been strong as the weather has warmed.
The proposed 2012-13 budget for North Country Community College was passed, 16-1 (one absent - David Blades of Lewis), by the members of the Essex County Ways and Means Committee July 30.
The Essex County Sheriff’s Department was part of a check point with New York State Police and Border Patrol agents recently.
The Essex County Highway Department will be taking a loan from its parent.
Newcomb Supervisor George Canon moved a resolution through the Finance Committee meeting June 18 to restore up to $5,000 in funding needed to hold the annual Office for the Aging senior picnic this summer.
The Essex County Board of Elections (BOE) will have a new way to train election workers by bringing it to them.
The Essex County Board of Supervisors has a new count when it comes to representative voting, with Jay moving into the coveted “top four.”
Essex County Board of Supervisors Chairman Randy Douglas was not pleased that some have tried to politicize the purchase of new chairs.
A discussion on changing the summer hours for one county department led to talk about all departments during the Finance Committee meeting April 16.
Board of Supervisors rescinds employee regulation
The Essex County Board of Supervisors passed a pair of resolutions at its March 5 meeting, rescinding the county's residency policy as well as granting residency waiver requests for 14 current out-of-county residents.
Funding requests part of packet to be sent to federal representatives.