Category Archives: Chemung County Economy

25 Nov
2

Update on the budget process

We are in the middle of the budget process in Chemung County. County Executive Moss provided his proposed budget to the Legislature on November 12th. A copy of the budget is embedded below and can be found here. The Legislature ...

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12 Nov
0

Proposed Chemung County Budget released

This morning Chemung County Executive Chris Moss released a copy of his proposed budget for 2020. The Chemung County Legislature will hold its first budget workshop tonight (November 12th) immediately following the Legislature’s November meeting. A copy of the proposed ...

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08 Nov
1

2020 Budget Process Underway

This morning County Executive Chris Moss gave a presentation to local government officials, business leaders and the media highlighting certain aspects of his proposed 2020 budget. Moss’ presentation kicked off the budget season in Chemung County, an important undertaking that ...

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16 Oct
0

Legislature passes important measures to help veterans & municipalities, promote safety and provide additional fiscal oversight.

The Chemung County Legislature passed four important resolutions when it met on October 16, 2019. Notably, all four of these resolutions were initiated by the Legislature, a healthy step toward making this branch a more proactive partner in local government. ...

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11 Sep
2

Major costs looming to improve the Chemung County Sewer Districts

The Chemung County Legislature has been advised that major infrastructure upgrades – totaling anywhere from $80 to $100 million dollars – are necessary to provide basic maintenance to our Sewer Districts’ facilities and bring them into compliance with pollution reduction ...

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07 Aug
2

More from the City-County Committee, including its termination by County Executive Moss

On August 6th the City-County Committee presented its report and recommendations to a large crowd at Mandeville Hall. Fresh off the excitement from last night’s event, I wrote a Facebook post just after waking up this morning: However, while writing ...

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30 Jul
0

City-County Committee completes report, announces presentation date

On February 11, 2019, the Chemung County Legislature unanimously passed a resolution allowing Chemung County Executive Christopher Moss to form a temporary committee to identify ways the county and city can work together to assist the city with studying possible ...

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23 Jul
4

Update: Legislative Salaries, Prevailing Wage and the City-County Committee

Legislative Salaries The Chemung County Legislature’s ad hoc Compensation & Benefits Committee held its initial meeting last night. The Committee is comprised of five legislators including John Pastrick, Mike Smith, Rodney Strange, Bill McCarthy and myself. Together we are charged ...

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25 Jun
8

Chemung County update on…a bunch of things

I have had a crazy few weeks as my daughters’ school and spring sports ended while a number of my cases at the Ziff Law firm started really cranking. As a result I have not been able to put together ...

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28 May
1

Legislature to address many important issues on May 28th

The Chemung County Legislature’s Standing Committees will meet tonight (May 28th) starting at 7:00 pm on the Hazlett Building’s fifth floor. The meetings are open to the public and will be live-streamed to the Chemung County Matters Facebook page, found ...

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