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Triple R Camping Resort & Trailer Sales in Franklinville has been ranked 87 out of more than 12,000 parks in the Trailer Life Directory network for 2009, announced Joseph Williams, Interim Director of the Department of Economic Development, Planning and Tourism. There are only two other parks in New York State that are ranked higher and they are located in central and northern New York.
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Cattaraugus County Health Department, announced the following updates regarding Swine FLU (H1N1):
CDC case definitions:
Suspected case of swine influenza A (H1N1) virus infection is a person with fever and cold-like symptoms with onset within 7 days of close contact with a person who is a confirmed case of swine influenza A (H1N1), or within 7 days of travel to a community either within the U.S. or internationally where there are one or more cases, or resides in a community where there are one or more confirmed cases
Allegany and Cattaraugus Counties’ Health Departments are working together to educate their county residents about swine flu. The New York State Department of Health has set up a 24 hour a day/ 7 days a week toll free hotline to answer questions from the public. This number is 1-800-808-1987.
Snowmobile Funding presented to Cattaraugus County Federation of Snowmobilers
Little Valley - Nine area snowmobile clubs that maintain trails in Cattaraugus County will benefit from the annual snowmobile registration fees collected by New York State. New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation recently awarded Cattaraugus County, the municipal sponsor, $229,075.00 in funding to help improve and maintain the 368 miles of funded snowmobile trails in Cattaraugus County.
The Cattaraugus County Health Department’s Medical Director, Gilbert Witte, MD announced that there has been an infant death in the western part of Cattaraugus County from Haemophilus Influenzae Type b (Hib) meningitis. The infant had not received any immunizations. Hib is a serious disease that can affect many organ systems. The most common types of invasive disease are meningitis, epiglottitis (severe swelling in the throat), pneumonia and cellulitis.