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Counties in the News, May 13, 2011

STATEWIDE
Lt Gov Duffy Says County Execs Should Look At Their Own Spending

As baby boomers age, so does New York

Empire Center unveils tax calculator

Report: Top property-tax rates in N.Y. are upstate

LONG ISLAND
Suffolk County Executive Levy attacks Lt. Governor Duffy over Tax Cap statement

Mangano Lays Out Economic Development & Job Plan

County Legislature Holds First Hearing on Redistricting Proposal

NYC
A Spooky Reminder to Obey the Speed Limit

HUDSON VALLEY
Dutchess to launch domestic violence GPS tracking program

Sullivan County Community College to take a big hit from the county

Westchester County Association Launches New Campaign To Help Local Economy

NYC may be close to accepting onus for aqueduct leak damage

CAPITAL
Albany’s property taxes among lowest in NY

Glens Falls, Warren County reach agreement on sharing police dispatch services

NORTH COUNTRY
NNY population is getting older

MOHAWK VALLEY
State and federal officials assess the flood damage in Oneida County

Oneida County’s aging population could pose challenges

SOUTHERN TIER
Chemung IDA looks to market 200-acre site

CENTRAL NEW YORK
Onondaga County’s Oncenter asks Legislature for a $1.8 million bailout

Madison County Board of Supervisors wants 1% sales tax extension

FINGER LAKES
City, Monroe County Water Authority reach sharing deal

WESTERN NEW YORK
For fourth straight year, tuition, fees stay unchanged

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