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Livingston County Department of Health announces the 2019 Free rabies clinic dates.
The Livingston County Office for the Aging is seeking input as its next 4-year programs and services plan (2020-2024) is developed.
Livingston County is pleased to announce that Karen Dewar, Director of EMS for Livingston County, has been awarded the Harriet C. Weber EMS Leadership Award by the Monroe-Livingston Regional EMS Council.
The National Civic League announced Tuesday, March 26 the 20 finalists for the 2019 All America City Award (AAC). Livingston County is proud to be among these communities and the only one representing New York State.
80% in Every Community Can Reduce Colon Cancer Death Rate
. This new program includes potential funding for public art installations as well as the traditional sign and façade improvement program for downtown buildings.
Priorities Include Sales Tax Modernization and Funding for Election Reforms
Livingston County calls on the New York State Legislature to pass, and Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to sign, a bill modernizing state sales taxes and enforce the collection of taxes through third-party sales made on online retail websites.
Shortly after the New Year, seven bills were passed relating to New York State Election Law.
Livingston County and UR Medicine | Noyes Health announce the opening of a new six-station dialysis clinic at Livingston Co. Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation located in Mount Morris. It is just the second nursing home based dialysis center in NY.
Catholic Charities of Livingston County will launch the Livingston County Jail-based Cognitive Behavioral Intervention program, known as the Livingston Initiative for Transformation (LIFT), in the first quarter of 2019.
The first of the job fairs will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 8th from 4-6 p.m. at the County Government Center, 6 Court Street in Geneseo.
The Village of Avon and the Town of Geneseo were both awarded funds to assist with tree planting, tree inventory and tree management projects.
Behavioral Health Disorder occurrences have been on a steady rise across the Finger Lakes Region with limited community access to appropriate services for individuals experiencing behavioral health crises.
Livingston County Administrator Ian M. Coyle announced today that the Livingston County Land Bank Corporation has been awarded $500,000 in grant funding.
The marking of “no designation” is the best a local government can receive in the scores.