Governor Cuomo announced $13M in relief funds for communities damaged by severe storms and flash flooding

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $13 million is available for restoration and recovery efforts following the severe storms and flash flooding on August 13-15 that severely impacted communities in the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes regions.
 
“Extreme weather is the new normal in New York and it’s critical that we build more resilient communities to withstand this reality,” Governor Cuomo said. “This funding will help ensure families across the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes that were hit hard by recent storms and flash flooding have the resources they need to rebuild stronger and safer than before.”

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NYS Star Exemption Program Changes

Attached is a flyer for a discussion with Stephanie Holtz and Kim Rose, from the Town of Seneca Falls Assessor’s Office to discuss  the changes to the STAR Program.

STAR Program changes

Posted October 31st, 2018 - Office for the Aging
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November 2018 Senior Citizen Activities

Seneca County’s Office for the Aging has announced its Senior Center activities for November 2018.  The activities are held at the Senior Center in Waterloo and the Ovid and Trumansburg Nutrition Sites.  A complete list of activities is attached.  Please call (315) 539-1780 for more information.

November Activities 2018

Posted October 19th, 2018 - Office for the Aging

Seneca County Flood Information

There will be an Open House featuring representatives from multiple NYS Agencies to assist those who have been impacted by recent flooding taking place this Thursday 8/30 from 12pm-8pm at the Sampson State Park Office Building located at 6096 NYS Route 96A in Romulus.  We are further compiling the complete list of agencies who will be in attendance, but this event is intended as a one stop shop opportunity where residents can come and speak directly with representatives from state agencies on any issues they may be having, ranging from insurance problems to permitting, and beyond.

For Seneca County Flood information click here

Posted August 28th, 2018 - Raymond Lynch