Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr. today honored local probation and parole officers, calling them a vital and unheralded part of the county’s public safety network.
UTICA ---An overview of a program to address sanitary sewer system overflows to the Mohawk River was outlined for Oneida County officials tonight.
“Incident Underscores Importance of Avoiding Stray and Feral Animals”
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr., today announced the beginning of Oneida County’s LEAD OUTreachProgram, which will use participants in the Oneida County Summer Youth Employment Program to distribute lead poisoning prevention awareness information to households in Utica.
State’s Stall on Payments, Inaction on Budget Forces Oneida County to Defend Its Fiscal Position
“Vision to Eliminate Childhood Lead Poisoning Cited In Award” The Quality Improvement Coordinator for the Oneida County Health Department has been named to the 2010 New York State Public Health Works! Honor Roll, Dr. Gayle Jones, Director of Health announced today.
As part of his pledge to maintain and improve Oneida County infrastructure, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr. announced today that paving will be taking place on two major county roads.
County Executive: Oneida County Seniors Can Cool Down at Senior Centers During Summer Heat Waves
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr. today joined 300 Oneida County teens as the Oneida County Summer Youth Employment Program held its annual Work Readiness Day at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica.