EANNACE:  EMPLOYER-EDUCATOR PARTNERSHIP BOOSTS OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH 12-20-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr., today urged employers and educators to continue the partnerships that have helped hundreds of Oneida County young people preview the careers offered by local employers. 
Eannace: Sign Up for Summer College Internships, Workforce Development Programs Friday, Saturday At "Call Mohawk Valley Home" Event 11-25-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr., today announced that emerging workers, college students and local teen-agers can sign up for top-quality workforce development programs over Thanksgiving weekend.
EANNACE:  ONEIDA COUNTY RECEIVES GRANT FOR HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOODS PROGRAM 11-13-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr., today announced that the Oneida County Health Department has received a three-year state Healthy Neighborhoods grant for $270,000 to build upon its efforts to improve environmental living conditions in the Cornhill and central city core of Utica.
EANNACE:  YOUTH CAN EARN, LEARN THROUGH WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS 10-28-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr. today announced that three Oneida County youth programs are recruiting students who can use these programs to increase academic achievement, hone career skills or develop workplace skills.
EANNACE: COUNTY MUST ASSIST WINTER TOURISM 10-25-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr. and several County legislators, led by Legislator Ronald Conover
(R-12) today announced a proposal for the county to assist the eleven snowmobile clubs across Oneida County in paying for rapidly increasing liability insurance premiums.
GROUP STUDY EXCHANGE VISITED ONEIDA COUNTY THIS WEEK 10-25-02

Members of the GSE Team 2002-2002 visited Oneida County this week as part of a Group Study Exchange with Utica Rotary.
EANNACE:  ONEIDA COUNTY YOUTH TAKING PART IN MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY 10-22-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr. today announced that staff and students in two youth programs operated through the Oneida County Office of Workforce Development will be participating in Make a Difference Day on Saturday, October 26th.
EANNACE:  AVE & PAVE PROGRAM 10-15-02

Students from the AVE & PAVE Programs take a tour of the Oneida County Office Building as part of the programs’ efforts to help students learn about career opportunities in the region.
COUNTY EXECUTIVE EANNACE DELIVERS BUDGET ADDRESS FOR 2003
EANNACE: "LADDER TO THE FUTURE"  OUTREACH HELPS ONEIDA COUNTY YOUTH 09-20-02

Citing the need for youth to know the wide range of training programs open for them, Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr. today praised two outreach efforts to help Oneida County young people sign up for programs that can help them improve academically and learn valuable work readiness skills.
EANNACE: COUNTY WILL PAUSE TO REFLECT, REMEMBER VICTIMS 09-10-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr. has urged all Oneida County employees and county residents to observe a moment of silence at four separate times on Wednesday, September 11th.
WEST NILE-POSITIVE CROW FOUND IN UTICA 09-04-02

The Oneida County Health Department was notified this afternoon, Wednesday, September 4, 2020 by the State Health Department that an adult male crow found near the Sunset Avenue area of Utica tested positive for the West Nile Virus. This is the twenty-second West Nile positive bird in Oneida County this year.
NINE WEST NILE-POSITIVE BIRDS FOUND IN ONEIDA COUNTY  08-28-02

The Oneida County Health Department was notified this afternoon, Wednesday, August 28, 2020 by the State Health Department that nine birds from Oneida County have tested positive for the West Nile Virus. All nine birds were crows, and were submitted for testing to New York State Department Of Health Wadsworth Laboratory.
WEST NILE-POSITIVE CROW FOUND IN UTICA 08-26-02

The Oneida County Health Department was notified this afternoon, Monday, August 26, 2020 by the State Health Department that a hatch year crow found near the Emerson Avenue area of Utica tested positive for the West Nile Virus. 
EANNACE:  ONEIDA COUNTY COLLEGE STUDENT CORPS HELPS INTERNS BUILD 
BRIGHTER FUTURE  8-20-02


Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr. today congratulated graduating Oneida County College Student Corps interns on their achievements, and urged them to be part of Oneida County’s bright future.
EANNACE CALLS FOR PARTNERSHIP, ACTION TO IMPLEMENT ONEIDA COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN 6-26-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr. today called for expanded partnerships to turn the strategic vision outlined by the Oneida County Agricultural Economic Development Plan into a reality.
PARKING PLANS UNVEILED FOR INCREASED TRAFFIC AT UNION STATION 6-05-02

The Oneida County Department of Planning and the Department of Public Works have unveiled plans for an expected increase in demand for parking, as the Department of Motor Vehicles moves to Union Station next week.
EANNACE:  WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE STARTS OUTREACH AT 
CORNERSTONE BUILDING 5-29-02


Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr. announced today that the Oneida County Office of Workforce Development is holding daily outreach sessions in the Cornerstone Building, at the intersection of South and Miller streets, to increase awareness and accessibility of job training programs for Uticans of all ages. 
EANNACE:  COUNTY FREEZES HIRING DUE TO SOARING MEDICAID COSTS 5-28-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr., today announced that he has imposed a hiring freeze on County Government in response to soaring costs of Medicaid.
EANNACE:  ONE-STOP SOCIAL SERVICES CENTER CONSIDERED AT COUNTY 
OFFICE BUILDING 3-28-02


Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr., today announced that county officials are exploring the creation of a One-Stop Social Services Center on the First Floor of the Oneida County Office Building.
WELFARE TO WORK PLAN SUBMITTED 3-21-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr. and Oneida County Department of Social Services Commissioner Theodore C. Mohr today announced that the Oneida County Department of Social Services has submitted to the New York State Department of Labor the draft Oneida County Welfare To Work Employment Plan for January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2003.
EANNACE:  APPLY BEFORE APRIL 1 FOR ONEIDA COUNTY COLLEGE STUDENT CORPS

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr., today urged Oneida County-based college students to apply now for internships with the Oneida County College Student Corps.
The application deadline is April 1.

COOPERATIVE TRANSIT PROJECT PLANNING HELPS RENOVATIONS AT HISTORIC UNION STATION 3-21-02

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr. today announced that the Herkimer-Oneida Counties Governmental Policy and Liaison Committee has endorsed using more federal funds to continue renovations to Utica’s historic Union Station.
EANNACE:  WIB AWARDED $2.6 MILLION FEDERAL GRANT TO TRAIN 700 PEOPLE IN HIGH-DEMAND CAREERS IN HERKIMER, MADISON  & ONEIDA COUNTIES 2-28-02 

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace Jr. and Congressmen Sherwood Boehlert today announced that the Workforce Investment Board of Herkimer, Madison and Oneida Counties has been awarded a $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to fund the Mohawk Valley Technology Training Project, which will provide training for about 700 area residents in the high-demand career areas of technology, health care and education.
EANNACE, DIVERONICA DEPLORE LAWSUIT FILED BY WISCONSIN ONEIDA TRIBE

Oneida County Executive Ralph J. Eannace, Jr. and Madison County Board of Supervisors Chairman Rocco J. DiVeronica today criticized lawsuits filed by the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin against private land owners in the Oneida Indian land claim area of Oneida and Madison counties.

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