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Counties in the News, August 6, 2012

STATEWIDE
State Takeover

County nursing home crisis threatens elderly care

LONG ISLAND
Suffolk-owned land eyed for businesses

Regional tide runs against free public-employee health care

NYC

Manhattan sidewalks increasingly congested

HUDSON VALLEY
Dutchess jail fix will take many hands

Rockland Board of Health adds educator

Three former Westchester County executives endorse new TZ Bridge

CAPITAL
Rensselaer County Legislators call for testing after Ghent fire

NORTH COUNTRY
State buys 69,000 acres for Adirondack preserve

Lewis County considers synthetic drug ban

Essex County bus system headed for climax

CCC to request additional funds

Tablets will reduce Jefferson County Social Services workload, officials say

Gov. Andrew Cuomo to visit ReEnergy plant at Fort Drum

Workers compensation apportionment draws questions in St. Lawrence County

SOUTHERN TIER
N.Y. remains under burn ban

CENTRAL NEW YORK
Farm program: Fly control for livestock

FINGER LAKES
Schumer in Yates to tout possible wine tax change

In Ontario County, towns may tackle fracking bans together

WESTERN NEW YORK
Seeking Economic Lift, Not Just Laughs, in Tie to Comedy

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