January 22, 2022

Businesses react to county COVID enforcement announcement

October 22, 2020

Cortland County business owners said Wednesday afternoon they welcome enforcement of coronavirus guidelines. It beats the alternatives: closing the businesses. Cortland County officials said earlier Wednesday they would begin enforcing coronavirus guidelines that require masks, […]

Officials plan to step up enforcement of protocols

October 21, 2020

As the number of COVID-19 cases spike in Cortland County, county officials announced this morning they will step up enforcement of safety protocols at businesses, and may fine them, but stopped short of saying they […]

Official: County violates law with meeting invite

October 20, 2020

Cortland County violated state Open Meetings law when a quorum of the Cortland County Legislature was invited to discuss several topics in a Sept. 14 meeting that was never made public, a state open-government official […]

Jones: Legislature is fractured

July 21, 2020

Whether two Cortland County legislators were removed from committee assignments as retribution for a vote, or whether it was for other reasons depends on who one asks. And either way, it reveals a schism among […]

County declares June Pride Month

June 26, 2020

A proclamation declaring June Pride Month in Cortland County was accepted Thursday night, but it didn’t come without disagreement, mostly over communication. Cortland County Legislature Chairman Paul Heider (R-Cuyler, Solon) said a proclamation declaring June […]

County health director set to finally retire

May 20, 2020

Catherine Feuerherm spent Tuesday in her office packing the rest of her belongings, finishing a task that was supposed to be completed two months ago — her retirement. “I was looking forward to retirement on […]

2 hopefuls for county consultant

March 7, 2020

The search for a consulting agency to help revamp Cortland County government over the next few years to save money and reach other goals has been narrowed down to two companies. Legislators on the Budget […]

County Legislature diverts $600K in jail funds

February 28, 2020

Money designated for a reserve account to repair the 28-year-old Cortland County jail will be diverted for non-jail expenses. The Cortland County Legislature voted Thursday, 15-2, to take $600,000 from the $1.8 million fund to […]

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