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Chautauqua County Fair Full Of Fun Activities

July 23, 2014 A showcase of some of the best that Chautauqua County has to offer continues throughout the week at the Chautauqua County Fairgrounds. more »»

BNP Paribas Settlement Should Go To Infrastructure

July 22, 2014 New York taxpayers stand to gain at least $2.2 billion from the bad behavior of French bank BNP Paribas. more »»

IRS Explanations Full Of Obvious Holes

July 21, 2014 Internal Revenue Service officials testifying before Congress in the probe of the agency’s harassment of conservative organizations have acted shocked — shocked — at suggestions a coverup is... more »»

State Lawmakers Should Support Schneiderman’s Bill

July 20, 2014 State lawmakers should give serious consideration this fall to legislation proposed earlier this year by Eric Schneiderman, state attorney general, to help municipalities deal with abandoned... more »»

Local Municipalities Can Combat Zombie Properties

July 20, 2014 Failure by the state to pass zombie property legislation doesn’t mean area lawmakers can’t implement some of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s recommendations. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 19, 2014 Thumbs up to a mid-July rite of summe. more »»

In Wake Of Flooding, Randolph Does It Right

July 18, 2014 It isn’t easy to navigate the maze of red tape after a natural disaster occurs. The tornado that ripped through the Randolph area in 2010 gave town officials firsthand experience of tha. more »»

Blighted Properties: Transparency May Help

July 17, 2014 A little transparency can go a long way toward fixing a problem. more »»

No Debate: Voters Need More

July 16, 2014 Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino wants eight public debates, held throughout the state, with Gov. Andrew Cuomo. more »»

Federal Financial Waste: Money Down The Drain

July 15, 2014 Estimates by federal agencies that they, in effect, threw away nearly $100 billion last year should infuriate taxpayers. It is our hard-earned money, after all. more »»

Immigration Crisis Solution Doesn’t Require Technology

July 14, 2014 President Barack Obama has said he will act on his own to change U.S. immigration policy. But what does he have in mind? During a speech last week, the president dropped a hint. more »»

County Leaders Receptive To Shared Services

July 13, 2014 Once again, mandate relief was largely forgotten as part of the recently concluded state legislative session. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 12, 2014 Thumbs up to summer reading programs at libraries throughout the county. more »»

Take Advantage Of Shared Services Meeting

July 11, 2014 Many have been skeptical of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s property tax cut plan. more »»

Regional Minimum Wage Is An Interesting Idea

July 10, 2014 State legislators need to rethink how they handle the minimum wage. more »»

Bills: Public Funding A Tough Pill To Swallow

July 9, 2014 It’s hard to imagine a future without the Buffalo Bills in Western New York. Bills’ games are a regional happening even when the team is bad. more »»

Chautauqua Presents Timely Privacy Theme

July 8, 2014 Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Riley v. California and United States v. Wurie that new technology does not trump the constitutional right to privacy. more »»

Progressives Look Toward November

July 6, 2014 Is it possible for New York state to be more progressive than it already is? We’re about to find out. An uneasy coalition that allowed Republicans to share power in the state Senate is ending. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

July 5, 2014 Thumbs up to the Friends of the Prendergast Library for establishing a Book Sale/Family Literacy Fund to provide used books to organizations that serve children and families. more »»

 
 

 

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