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FIRST LOOK: Supervisors begin weighing “Seneca Co. Odor Law” at committee meeting

The Seneca County Supervisors met for standing committee meetings on Tuesday, which was highlighted by the Environmental Affairs Committee move to consider the “Seneca County Odor Law.” While the committee did not move on the law specifically, which would have spurred a full-board vote — a significant amount of debate was had on the subject. The law, which would be... more

Seneca Co. Supervisors say ‘YES’ to allowing more speakers

None of the issues discussed or heard by the Seneca County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday were truly new topics. One speaker, John Dendis, let the board know that he did not appreciate the mud or debris that line State Route 414 along the Seneca Meadows Landfill. He also expressed his concern around what he described as issues beyond the... more

Seneca Supervisors look at salary increases for elected officials, non-union employees

Salaries remain a major point of contention. The Seneca County Board of Supervisors held monthly committee meetings on Tuesday, looking at potential raises for roughly 30 employees not represented by any union. A resolution was introduced to the personnel committee, which would mean a 2 percent salary increase for those employees. “Salaries just keep spreading out,” Varick Supervisor Bob Hayssen... more
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