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Legislature marks Sheriff's Week

SCHUTLER COUNTY-At the Monday, Sept. 12, meeting of the Schuyler County Legislature, more than 30 resolutions were approved. Among actions taken, legislators declared the week of Sept. 18, as Sheriff's Week. The recognition pays tribute to the Office of the Sheriff's distinguished heritage and evolution into a modern, professional, full-service law enforcement agency, staffed by fully trained police officers who use state-of-the-art technology. A second resolution authorized the creation and filling of one full-time correction officer position.
Legislators also considered and authorized two emergency resolutions: a 48-month lease for a new 2022 Dodge Durango for the Sheriff's Department and a contract with Flight Suit Medical P.C. DBA Imagine Medical Group for a psychiatric nurse practitioner, medical director, and forensic psychiatrist services.
County Administrator Fonda Chronis provided three updates. The county is still in "positive territory and continues to see growth" in sales tax revenue, which is up 5.9 percent. The county is also in the midst of budget season, with the Administrator's office discussing departmental requests. Finally, Chronis explained that he continues to look for "synergies" with the Schuyler County Volunteer Ambulance Association Inc. After messaging the group again, Chronis received a proposal from Steve Williams, the Association's Vice President, that he expects to review this week.
During the public comment, community member and county employee Joe Yaskulski presented information to legislators about the Mobile Work Crew program that has roots in the community dating back to 1999. In addition, Schuyler County Historical Society Board President Paul Bartow invited the legislators to attend upcoming presentations about sunken shipwrecks in Seneca Lake. Nautical archaeologist Art Cohn will report on his ongoing explorations of Seneca Lake on Sept. 27, at 6:30 p.m. at the Watkins Glen Elementary School.

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