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County finances concern legislators

September 10, 2019

Cortland County legislators agree something drastic must be done to get spending under control, otherwise the county will be broke in eight years — although some legislators think it’s more like three. Legislator Kevin Whitney […]

Taxes may rise if area villages, towns lose state funds

January 23, 2019

Cortland County residents may see property tax increases this year if the state eliminates funding to 16 Cortland County municipalities, as outlined in the governor’s proposed budget. Aid and Incentives for Municipalities funding would be […]

Annual First Light back on

December 1, 2018

Cortland County’s New Year’s Eve celebration is back on, but the future of events such as Chill-A-Bration and The Great Pumpkinfest remain uncertain. After Thursday’s decision by the county Legislature to give Cortland Downtown Partnership […]

Hearing set on 2019 county budget plan

November 29, 2018

The Cortland County Legislature will consider adopting its 2019 proposed budget Thursday night, and approving occupancy tax allocations, which at the moment could result in several downtown Cortland events being canceled. Residents can comment on […]

Amendments to county budget endorsed

November 27, 2018

The Cortland County Legislature will consider amending its 2019 proposed budget Thursday for five funding changes, including providing funding to four tourism-related agencies. The Budget and Finance Committee had a special meeting Monday to review […]

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