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April - June 2021

April 5, 2021 MM #66:

Inside this Memo: COVID-19 Update, County DMV to Accept Walk-Ins Starting April 12, County DPF Accepting Applications for Summer Laborers, and Events this Weekend. 

April 12, 2021: MM #67:

Inside this Memo: COVID-19 Update, County’s Director of Community Mental Hygiene Services Retires, DHHS To Hold Drive-in Rabies Immunization Clinic on April 17 in Falconer, Weekly Wellness Break, Events this Weekend.

April 19, 2021 MM #68:

Inside this Memo: COVID-19 Update, County Health Department Clinics Surpass 25,000 Shots in Arms, Erlandson and Luensman Overview Parks to Reopen May 5,2021, County Announces 2021 DPF Highway and Bridge Work, Events this Weekend.

April 26, 2021 MM #69:

Inside this Memo: COVID-19 Update, COVID-19: A Vaccine Preventable Disease, Childcare Provider Appreciation Day is May 7th, Weekly Wellness Break, Events This Weekend.

May 3, 2021 MM #70:

Inside this Memo: May is Mental Health Awareness Month, Collaborative Efforts Results in Vaccine Dialogue for Hispanic Outreach, Drive-in Rabies Immunization Clinic Scheduled for May 4 in Sherman, COVID-19 Update, Events This Weekend.

May 10, 2021 MM #71:

Inside this Memo: County Unveils Chautauqua Lake MOU, Chautauqua County Food Policy Council Launches Food System Map, Emergency Broadband Benefit Program Begins Wednesday, COVID-19 Update, Events This Weekend.

May 17, 2021 MM #72:

Inside this Memo: Proclamations Recognize Economic Development, School Nurses, and Foster Families, Marvin Community House and Fenton History Center Recognized, COVID-19 Update, Events This Weekend.

May 24, 2021 MM #73:

Inside this Memo: Five New Kayak Launches Recently Completed Across Chautauqua County, Weekly Wellness: Eat Local, Eat Seasonal. Eat Fresh at Local Farmers’ Markets, Additional Hepatitis A Vaccination Clinics Planned this Week, COVID-19 Update, Events This Weekend.

June 1, 2021 MM #74: (Released on Tuesday due to Memorial Day Holiday)

Inside this Memo: Honoring Our Nation’s Fallen, Businesses, Municipalities, and Organizations Encouraged to Explore State Resources, New York State Emergency Rental Assistance Program Opens Today, COVID-19 Update, Events This Weekend.

June 7, 2021 MM #75:

Inside this memo: Hope and Healing Conference Announces Website and Schedule, SCCLSD Awards Construction Contract for Westside Sewer Extension, COVID-19 Cases Lowest Since September, 2020, COVID-19 Update, Events This Weekend.

June 14, 2021 MM #76:

Inside this Memo: County and City Release NRG Power Plant Feasibility Study and Alternatives Analysis, Athenex Project Moving Forward, Over 200 People Attend Hope and Healing Conference, County Mourns Passing of Former County Legislator Thomas Harte, Flag Day, COVID-19 Update, and Events this Weekend. 

June 21, 2021 MM #77:

Inside this Memo: COVID-19 Update, CARTS Announces Saturday Fixed Route Service Returning on July 3, World Elder Abuse Awareness Month, and Events this Weekend. 

June 28, 2021 MM #78:

Inside this Memo: Suicide Prevention Alliance of Chautauqua County Announces New Website, County DMV Offices Return to Normal Hours, County Public Health Director Appointed to NYSACHO Board of Directors, Independence Day, and Events this Weekend. 

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County Executive's 2022 Tentative Budget Presentation

Chautauqua County Executive PJ Wendel will provide his 2022 Tentative Budget Presentation to

20th Annual Workers' Memorial Day Ceremony

 The Chautauqua County Workers’ Memorial Committee will be holding its 20th