Neighborhoods in the village of New York Mills are scheduled for smoke testing over the next two weeks, according to representatives of the Oneida County Sewer District Sanitary Sewer Overflow Abatement Project.
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr. today announced that the Oneida County Youth Bureau is accepting proposals from interested non-profit organizations that would like the opportunity to provide youth-oriented programs that offer delinquency prevention or recreation as well as those that target runaway and homeless youth.
Joined by Women’s Luge Champion Erin Hamlin of Remsen, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr., today announced that young Oneida County athletes who want to emulate Hamlin in her quest for Olympic gold, who want to experience the thrill of the fastest sport on ice and who want to train under the guidance of USA Luge national team coaches and athletes can do so when the USA Luge Slider Search rolls into Utica on August 22nd and August 23rd.
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr., today announced that Oneida County has awarded the Verona Volunteer Fire Department a $5,000 grant to complete the Western Oneida County training complex.
The villages of New Hartford and Yorkville, along with continued parts of the Town of Whitestown, are in line for smoke testing work Monday through next week (July 13 – 23).
Contractor crews for the Oneida County Sewer District will be testing sewer lines in the Town of Whitestown this week as part of the engineering study for the District’s Sanitary Sewer Overflow Abatement Project.
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr. today praised Black River Systems of Utica for its efforts to support the Oneida County College Student Corps and help grow the high tech workforce of the future.