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County seeks new golf course vendor

Monroe County is seeking a new vendor to manage and provide services for its three public golf courses. By mutual consent, the current contract with Jack Tindale Inc., which has managed and operated the Churchville Park, Durand Eastman Park and ...

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Candidate evaluation applications sought

In preparation for its judicial evaluation process, the Monroe County Bar Association is seeking information from candidates planning to run for a seat in any court in Monroe County, including Surrogate’s Court. Candidates are asked to notify the association in ...

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LDC oversight could come up for debate again this week

The fight over legislative oversight of limited development corporations, or LDCs, that came to a boil among county legislators last week could be renewed this week. The Monroe County Legislature’s Agenda/Charter Committee is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Dec. ...

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Monroe County pawnshop law OK’d, but concerns remain

Several people in the antiques business remain opposed to the idea of government regulating their dealings and the costs associated with it, but a new county law could end up a better option for those in the business than first ...

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County: Let legal services plan play out

Monroe County is poised to go-ahead with a plan to possibly change how indigent legal services are provided, despite pleas to slow down and study the issue further. Of course, any potential change depends on how many — or if ...

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Legislators OK budget, not sheriff’s pay hike

Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn won’t be getting a $37,300 pay raise next year, but child-care advocates hoping to see $1.3 million restored for child-care subsidies also walked away unhappy after Monroe County legislators OK’d by a 19-10 party line vote a ...

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Supreme Court, Monroe County — Subcontractor: Kovalky-Carr Electric Supply Co., Inc. v. Hartford Casualty Insurance Company and EastCoast Electric LLC

Supreme Court, Monroe County Subcontractor Pay-when-Paid — Void as Against Public Policy Kovalky-Carr Electric Supply Co., Inc. v. Hartford Casualty Insurance Company and EastCoast Electric LLC 2013-06465 Judge Rosenbaum Background: The defendant is the general contractor for a project at ...

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Legislators consider multiple issues with budget vote

Reduced Monroe County funding for child care subsidies to low-income families will have an impact on the court system, but county officials — faced with many difficult decisions because of reduced funding from the state for mandated programs — say ...

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County seeks changes to indigent legal services

Monroe County is seeking proposals to more cost-effectively provide quality legal representation to the indigent, but the proposed move is being met with skepticism about if it can be done. The county wants to enter into a five-year deal with ...

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Legislators spar over LDC oversight

The back-and-forth among legislators over how best to oversee an internal review of how the county uses limited development corporations is continuing and divided along party lines. The Monroe County Legislature minority has proposed to establish a committee to take ...

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LDC board severs ties with company

Although members claim to have no knowledge of so-called “irregularities” with a company tied to an alleged bid-rigging scheme, the board of the Monroe Safety and Security Systems limited development corporation, also known as M3S, voted anyway to sever ties ...

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Coats for Seniors program underway

The 10th annual Coats for Seniors program, sponsored by the Monroe County Office for the Aging and Medical Motors, will once again collect and distribute donated winter coats to seniors in need throughout Monroe County. Donations of new and gently ...

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