HOME CARE AGENCY COMMENDED BY COUNTY EXECUTIVE AND STATE  12-29-99

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr. released information today on the Certified Home Health Agencies most recent inspection.

EANNACE ENCOURAGES EARLY APPLICATION TO 2000 COLLEGE CORPS PROGRAM  11-23-99

The Oneida County College Student Corps -- a career-guided summer jobs program for college-age students -- will kick off its third program year when preliminary applications are distributed on Friday, November 26, Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr. announced today.

EANNACE PROPOSES CONSOLIDATION OF YOUTH SERVICES  11-23-99

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr. announced today the move towards "shared services" with the Youth Bureau with the goal of a full consolidation of services. Youth Bureau Director, James Lafountain has been tasked to come up with a quick and thorough plan for the consolidation of recreation program services with the City of Utica. Eannace said, "It is my belief that after discussions with Ed Hanna, Bob Julian and others, we can swiftly and efficiently consolidate program services for youth recreation between the City and the County. This is a goal we have sought for over 2 years.

NORTHEAST INTERSTATE DAIRY COMPACT  10-20-99

The presence of dairy farms as well as the entire dairy industry contributes enormously to the survival of rural communities throughout New York State. The dairy industry supports countless businesses such as feed manufactures, farm equipment dealers, veterinarians, and food processors. Without stabilized Farm Milk prices, it will be very difficult to maintain the critical mass of dairy farms which are needed for the industry to survive in New York State.

YEAR 2000 BUDGET ADDRESS  10-1-99

In accordance with the terms of the Oneida County Charter, I appear before you today to present the proposed operating budget and capital project plan for the year 2000. It is a special honor to be able to present to you our operating plans as we approach the new millennium. 

1999 STATE OF THE COUNTY ADDRESS  9-21-99

Thank you very much to the Mohawk Valley Chamber of Commerce, to your Board, your Members and to everyone here today for your continued support of our mission to rebuild the economy of Oneida County and to set our community on a new course for progress. I have been very gratified for your support over this last three years, and I am proud to be able to report to you on the great progress that we have made.

INTERNET PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS  9-13-99

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr. today announced that the Primary results for the Republican contests in the Cities of Utica and Rome will be available on a WEB site sponsored by the Oneida County Department of Central Services, in cooperation with the Oneida County Board of Elections.

EANNACE ANNOUNCES VETERANS MEETING  9-13-99

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr. announced that he has arranged a tour of the Rome VA Clinic on Tuesday, September, 14, 1999.  The tour will follow a meeting scheduled for 7:00 P.M.   The meeting will be held in the VA Clinic (the former Base Hospital) at 125 Brookley Drive, Griffiss Park, Rome, New York.

EANNACE ANNOUNCES EXPANDED AIR SERVICE  8-19-99

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr., was joined today with Assemblywoman RoAnn M. Destito (D-Rome) and representatives of U.S. Air at a press conference at the Oneida County Airport. U.S. Air announced the addition of three weekday flights in and out of Newark, NJ, a Saturday flight in and out of Newark, NJ and two Sunday flights in and out of Newark, NJ. Eannace said, "We believe that this expansion is a key component for increased business travel to and from the Mohawk Valley". Eannace further stated, "The Oneida County airport is an economic engine. Increasing the number of flights and the number of destinations helps to stimulate our local economy, and that of the airport."

COUNTY RECEIVES $420,000 HUD GRANT  8-19-99

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr. today reacted to the announcement by the United States Secretary of HUD that Oneida County would receive a grant for the development of a Child Care Center in New Hartford, New York.  HUD Secretary Andrew Cuomo awarded the grant of $420,000 to County Executive Eannace at ceremonies in Little Falls this morning.

COUNTY EXECUTIVE ANNOUNCES LOWEST UNEMPLOYMENT LEVEL ON RECORD  8-12-99

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr. announced today that the Mohawk Valley is enjoying the lowest unemployment level on record.  The data was reported in the latest edition of "Employment in New York State" published by the New York State Department of Labor, Division of Research and Statistics.

EANNACE PROPOSES SALES TAX EXEMPTION  8-10-99

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr. today announced that he has sent proposed legislation to the Oneida County Board of Legislators which would exempt the county sales tax on clothing and footwear purchases of less than $500 for the period September 1st through September 7th, 1999.

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