Monday Morning Memo


2016 Monday Morning Memos

               

September 26, 2016 MMM #143
Inside this Memo: Tobacco 21 Law Goes Into Effect on October 1, Reminder: Chautauqua County 2017 Tentative Budget Presentation on Wednesday, Chautauqua Gran Fondo Supports Local Charities, National Preparedness Month, Weekly Road Construction, and Events this Weekend. 

October 3, 2016 MMM #144
Inside this Memo: Chautauqua County is on the Move and Stepping on the Gas, OFA Offers Health Insurance Public Forums to Prepare for Medicare Open Enrollment, Chautauqua Lake Included in International Microplastics Study, Weekly Road Construction, and Events this Weekend. 

October 11, 2016 MMM #145
Inside this Memo: Carlson to Serve as Director of Veterans Services, Chautauqua County Equestrian Trail System Open to Riders, DHHS Announces Upcoming Animal Rabies Immunization Clinic, Weekly Road Construction, and Events this Weekend. 

October 17, 2016 MMM #146
Inside this Memo: Marsh to Retire as County Finance Director, Athenex Leaders Tour Local Schools, Home Energy Assistance Program Opens Nov. 14, Weekly Road Construction, and Events this Weekend. 

October 24, 2016 MMM #147
Inside this Memo: Local Schools Testing Water for Lead, Department of Mental Hygiene Begins Community Reinforcement and Family Training, Halloween Safety, Weekly Road Construction, and Events this Weekend. 

October 31, 2016 MMM #148
Inside this Memo: County Adopts 2017 Budget, LECOM Health Challenge Donates $100,000 to Local Charities, DHHS Announces Final 2016 Animal Rabies Immunization Clinic, Weekly Road Construction, and Events this Weekend. 

November 7, 2016 MMM #149
Inside this Memo: Election Day, Chautauqua County on the Move, International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day Event to be Held in Jamestown, Weekly Road Construction, and Events this Weekend. 

November 14, 2016 MMM #150
Inside this Memo: Thank You for Voting, Community Alliance for Suicide Prevention Launches Cup of Joe Campaign, Christmas Care Package Drive, Weekly Road Construction, and Events this Weekend. 

November 21, 2016 MMM #151
Inside this Memo: Local Entities to Receive Over $5 Million in Transition Assistance, Drivers Urged to Use Caution During Winter Conditions, A Time for Thanks, Weekly Road Construction, and Events this Weekend. 

November 28, 2016 MMM #152
Inside this Memo: NRG Repowering Project Back on Track, Water Quality Improvement Projects on Prendergast and Bemus Creeks Completed, Weekly Road Construction, and Events this Weekend. 

December 5, 2016 MMM #153
Inside this Memo: Federal Legislation Introduced to Help Close Broadband Gap, Health Care on the Move, 75th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor, It's Not Too Late to Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones from Influenza, and Events this Weekend.

December 12, 2016 MMM #154
Inside this Memo: 23 Projects in Chautauqua County Receive 2016 REDC Awards, Crow to Serve as Chautauqua County Director of Finance, LECOM Health Challenge Named Best New Web.com Tour Event at Annual PGA Tournament Awards, and Events this Weekend.

December 19, 2016 MMM #155
Inside this Memo: Snowmobile Trails to Open Dec. 21 Conditions Permitting, Highway Superintendents Association Collects Over 700 Toys, Season's Greetings, and Events this Weekend.

December 27, 2016 MMM #156
Inside this Memo: Special Thanks to Chairman Gould, Looking Back at 2016, and Events this Weekend. 
 

2017 Monday Morning Memos



January 3, 2017 MMM #157
Inside this Memo: Looking Ahead, 4-H Green Tie Affair Set for Feb. 26, Video Marketing Certificate Offered, and Events this Weekend.

January 9, 2017 MMM #158
Inside this Memo: Emergency Measures in Place for Those Experiencing Homeless Conditions during Inclement Winter Weather, VITA Program Offers Help with Filing Tax Returns, and Events this Weekend.

January 17, 2017 MMM #159
Inside this Memo: State of the State, Residential Treatment Program Coming to Jamestown, Foster Homes Needed, Cervical Health Awareness Month, and Events this Weekend.

January 23, 2017 MMM #160
Inside this Memo: Dennison to Serve as County Budget Director, Almeter to Serve as County Manager of Airports, Help Us Continue to Recognize Some of Chautauqua County's Best, and Events this Weekend.

January 30, 2017 MMM #161
Inside this Memo: New Flyer of America Inc. Opens Component Manufacturing Facility in Jamestown, Former Dunkirk School #6 Continues its Transformation into the New P-TECH College and Career Academy, 2% and 3% Grant Programs Open Feb. 1, and Events this Weekend.

February 6, 2017 MMM #162
Inside this Memo: NYSAC Conference Highlights Unfunded Mandates and Shared Services, Applications Being Accepted for FY2018 ARC Area Development Program, Events this Weekend.

February 13, 2017 MMM #163
Inside this Memo: State of the County to be Presented on Feb. 22, Horvath Selected as Co-Chair of WNYREDC, Five Local Employers Increase Support for Breastfeeding Mothers, and Events this Weekend.

February 21, 2017 MMM #164
Inside this Memo: Chautauqua County Selected as Phase 1 Winner of Municipal Consolidation and Efficiency Competition, OFA Joins Other Aging Agencies Across the State for Step Up for Seniors Initiative, DHHS Opens New Central Intake Area at Jamestown Office, and Events this Weekend.

February 27, 2017 MMM #165
Inside this Memo: State of the County Highlights Current Successes in Reaching Goals Established in Chautauqua 20/20, Sports Fishery Advisory Board Announces 25th Annual Fishing Essay Contest, Hit the Switch and Turn Chautauqua Blue, and Events this Weekend.

March 6, 2017 MMM #166
Inside this Memo: Groundbreaking for Chautauqua Harbor Hotel, DHHS Announces Upcoming 2017 Animal Rabies Immunization Clinics, Drivers Urged to be Cautious of Potholes, and Events this Weekend.

March 13, 2017 MMM #167
Inside this Memo: Emergency Preparedness, Reminder: State Ban on Residential Brush Burning from March 16 to May 14, 24th Annual Local Government Conference, and Events this Weekend.

March 20, 2017 MMM #168
Inside this Memo: Regional Solutions Update, County Director of Human Resources to Retire, Free Veterans Benefits Workshops, and Events this Weekend.
                   
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