Over the last two years the Seneca County IDA pursued a process to formulate an economic development strategy for Seneca County. On September 10th we presented the draft strategy publicly at the Board of Supervisors meeting and have now initiated a public comment period that will run until November 1. All members of the Seneca County community are invited to download the materials for review and we welcome any comments you may have. Links to the materials and the comment form are provided below.
Seneca County’s Office for the Aging has announced its Senior Center activities for January 2020. The activities are held at the Senior Center in Waterloo and the Ovid Nutrition Sites. A complete list of activities is attached. Please call (315) 539-1780 for more information
This event is an opportunity for our community to come together to learn
This event is an opportunity for our community to come together to learn and ask questions regarding human trafficking; indicators, statistics and resources. Speakers will include Jasmine Grace, law enforcement and local community resources.
Jasmine Grace is using her voice and story of hope to raise awareness for women who are currently enslaved in sex trafficking and sexually exploitative situations by speaking at schools, colleges, churches and conferences. Jasmine firmly believes that increased education and awareness of this issue can help prevent and abolish it. Jasmine has authored a book titled, The Diary of Jasmine Grace: Trafficked. Recovered. Redeemed. The book is based on her actual diary entries while being trafficked with present day reflections to show the difference in who she was, compared to who she is today. Books will be available for purchase at the event.
December 3rd from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Douglas Avery Performing Arts Center
105 Troy St. Seneca Falls, NY 13148
Interactive Question and Answer session to have YOUR Questions Answered!
For Questions, please contact Annie Mahoney at (315) 539-1791 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding for this program provided by NYS Office of Children and Family Services
Every three to four years local health departments must conduct a community health assessment and develop a community health improvement plan with community partners. Preliminary data is being released from the community surveys completed in the summer of 2018 as well as from focus groups held with members of the community in the fall of 2018 and spring of 2019. A priority setting meeting was held in May 2019 and the committee responsible for selecting priorities and interventions for the community health assessment is diligently working to complete the health improvement plan. To view the preliminary data visit https://www.facebook.com/SenecaCountyHealth/.