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July - September 2019

July 1, 2019 MMM #79:

Inside this Memo: Brocton Central School Receives STEM Academy of the Year Award, 2019 Valedictorians Recognized by County Officials, Independence Day, and Events this Weekend.

 

July 8, 2019 MMM #80:

Inside this Memo: LECOM Health Challenge Concludes, Dunkirk - Fredonia Rotary Club Hosts 55th Annual Fly-In Breakfast, County to Hold Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events, DHHS Announces Upcoming Animal rabies Immunization Clinics, and Events this Weekend.

 

July 15, 2019 MMM #81:

Inside this Memo: SCCLSD Holds Kick-Off Meeting for West Side Sewer Extension Project, Parts of “A Quiet Place Part II” to be Filmed in Chautauqua County, Business Visits Continue with a Look at Ryder’s Cup, Business Visits Continue with a Look at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore, and Events this Weekend.

 

July 22, 2019 MMM #82:

Inside this Memo: Northeast State Leadership Day at the White House, Community Connections at Findley Lake Receives $500K NORC Grant, OFA Holds 46th Annual Senior Summer Picnic, Volunteer Mediators Needed, and Events this Weekend.

 

July 29, 2019 MMM #83:

Inside this Memo: Wild America Festival Celebrates Natural History, Yellow Dot Program Helps Save Lives, Foster Grandparents Needed in Chautauqua County, Food Truck Rodeo, and Events this Weekend.

 

August 5, 2019 MMM #84:

Inside this Memo: 5th Annual Summit Provides Resources for Area Manufacturers, Gerry Rodeo Celebrates 75th Anniversary, DHHS Announces Upcoming Animal Rabies Immunization Clinics, Volunteers Needed for Junior Achievement of Western New York, and Events this Weekend.

 

August 12, 2019 MMM #85:

Inside this Memo: Development of County’s 2020 Tentative Budget Underway, Wings of Freedom WWII Aircraft Tour Comes to Jamestown Airport Aug. 12 – 15, VIP Fishing Day Showcases Lake Erie’s Fishing Experience, SBDC is Looking for Businesses to Participate in its Social Media Internship Program, and Events this Weekend.

 

August 19, 2019 MMM #86:

Inside this Memo: Essay Contest Grand Prize Winners Go Fishing, Farmer Neighbor Dinner Celebrates Area Farmers, Free Class Offered for Active Parenting of Teens, and Events this Weekend.

 

August 26, 2019 MMM #87:

Inside this Memo: Feasibility Study Reveals Positive Results for Viability of a State-of-the-Art Hops and Grains Processing Facility in Chautauqua County, County Receives $1 Million Grant to Address Opioid Abuse Disorder, CARTS Announces Saturday City Fixed Routes Service Expanded to All Year, and Events this Weekend.

 

Sept. 3, 2019 MMM #88:

Inside this Memo: 5th Annual Chautauqua Gran Fondo, New Branding and Marketing Materials Released for County's Overland Trails, Senior Fraud and Abuse Prevention Workshops to be Held Sept. 4 & 5, EMC FinTech Celebrates 10 Years in Business, Reminder--Basic Mediation Training Offered Sept. 25 - 28, and Events this Weekend.

Sept. 9, 2019 MMM #89

Inside this Memo: County Designated as a Dementia Friendly America Community, First Responders Tribute Dedication, Local American Legion and Chautauqua County Veterans Council to Hold 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony, Charlotte Villa Apartments Employee Receives Recognition from USDA, and Events this Weekend.

 

Sept. 16, 2019 MMM #90:

Inside this Memo: County's 2020 Tentative Budget to be Presented on Sept. 25, County to Hold Final Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day of 2019, Area Residents Remember 9/11, Part of Chautauqua Rails to Trails Renamed in Honor of Billquist, Empire State Brands and Furniture Mart Building Projects Receive Priority Status by WNY REDC, and Events this Weekend.

 

Sept. 23, 2019 MMM #91:

Inside this Memo: Construction Underway for Stannard's New Headquarters at Mason Industrial Park, NYSAC Holds 2019 Fall Seminar, Application Deadline Approaching for County's 3% Tourism Product Development Grant Program, DHHS Announces Upcoming Animal Rabies Immunization Clinics, and Events this Weekend.

 

Sept. 30, 2019 MMM #92:                                                                                          

Inside this Memo: 2020 Tentative Budget Proposes No Increase in Property Tax Rate, Department of Mental Hygiene Receives $4 Million Federal Grant, Division of Planning and Community Development Awarded Funding to Update Farmland Protection Plant, Area Officials Show Support for CAP, and Events this Weekend.