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177th Yates County Fair

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Senator Patrick M. Gallivan (R-C-I, Elma) says funding approved in this year’s state budget will support the rehabilitation and reconstruction of roads and highways across New York State.  In all, $100 million is being awarded to 1,600 municipalities through the PAVE NY program administered by the New York State Department of Transportation.  Under the program, more $5 million has been designated for projects in the 59th Senate District.

Senator Patrick M. Gallivan (R-C-I, Elma) announced that a construction grant totaling $411,099 has been awarded to the West Seneca Public Library.  The funds will enable the library to make interior renovations as part of a major expansion project at the Union Road facility.

“Many of our public libraries are in urgent need of renovation or expansion,” Gallivan said.  “The West Seneca Library is over 50 years old and is undergoing a much needed expansion.  These funds will help support the project and help ensure the library is able to serve residents well into the future.”

     Senator Jack M. Martins (R-7th Senate District) is informing residents about New York State’s new “text line” to help women get access to breast cancer screenings.  The text line was officially launched by Governor Andrew Cuomo recently.

     To use the service, residents should text “get screened” from their cell phones to 81336.  After providing their zip code, the service will reply with a message containing nearby screening locations that offer extended hours.

First and foremost, on behalf of the 58th Senate District, our thoughts and prayers will remain with the fallen Dallas police officers, for the recovery of the wounded officers, for all of their families, and for their fellow officers still bravely, courageously and heroically protecting their city in the face of this deadly violence.

ALBANY – Calling it a triumph for Cattaraugus County and Western New York, Senator Catharine Young said that the state Senate has secured a commitment from the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) to commence the environmental study necessary to restart work on U.S. Route 219.

Summer Block Party

Join us for some summer fun as we partner with the Baisely Pond Block Association for a block party on Saturday July, 16, 2016. It will feature a HulaHoop contest, face painting, musical chairs, a Memory Lane dance contest, and more.

Elmira, N.Y., July 7—State Senator Tom O’Mara, a member of the Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Council (REDC), welcomed today’s announcement that Downtown Elmira will receive the state’s $10-million Downtown Revitalization Initiative award in the Southern Tier region.