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County Awards and Accolades
Livingston County and its employees are often recognized through awards and accolades from many agencies and organizations. The following are examples of awards the County and its employees received in 2013:

  • Livingston County has been ranked the healthiest county in New York State!   Livingston County moved up from 5th place in 2012 according to the County Health Rankings and Roadmaps, a project of the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
  • Frank Hollister, Director of the Livingston County Veteran Services Agency was awarded the American Legion Department of New York Service Officer of the Year 2013.
  • Livingston County's Wildcat Road Bridge Replacement Project in the Town of Mt. Morris received two awards.  (The project was funded with 80% Federal, 15% NYS and 5% County monies.  C&S Engineers performed the Engineering/Design services, and Ramsey Constructors of Lakeville was the construction contractor.)  The project received an award from the Genesee Valley Branch (New York Chapter) of the American Public Works Association (APWA). The bridge was named "Structures Project of the Year" in the Rural Community category.  (BOS Chairman James Merrick, Public Services Committee Chairman Gerald Deming and Highway Superintendent Don Higgins accepted the award on behalf of Livingston County.) The project also received the "Platinum Award for Engineering Excellence" from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of New York.
  • The Livingston County Department of Health is one of 11 public health departments in the nation, and the only one in New York State to receive newly established national public health department accreditation status through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB).
  • Sheriff York was awarded the New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute Grover Cleveland Award.  It is given to a Sheriff who has been uncompromising in their commitment, dedication and fulfillment of the Office of Sheriff.
  • The October 2012 report from the State Comptroller’s Office ranked obesity trends for Livingston County 7th and 10th graders as the lowest in New York State.  Data was compiled based on obesity data given from school districts in New York State since 2008.  Collaborative efforts from numerous community agencies led to the accomplishment.
  • The Livingston County Department of Health was honored at the 2013 annual conference of the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), a body of peers, for developing and implementing a program that demonstrates exemplary and replicable qualities in response to a local public health need. Main Streets Go Blue was one of 38 public health programs developed by a local health department selected from across the nation to receive NACCHO’s Model Practice Award.
  • Geneseo Town Supervisor Will Wadsworth completed the Pelletier Institute orientation program through NYSAC and Cornell University.
  • Two Adult Protective Caseworkers, Deb Ross and Rene Dietz, received a Certificate of Recognition For Excellence in Providing Adult Services from the Office of Children and Family Services.
  • Three paramedics achieved nationally recognized Critical Care Paramedic Certification.
  • County Administrator, Ian Coyle was elected to the Board of Trustees of the Northeast Conference on Public Administration.
  • The County employees donated over $38,000 to the United Way County Employee Campaign.


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Ian M. Coyle
County Administrator
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Livingston County Government Center
6 Court Street
Room 302
Geneseo, NY  14454

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