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Department of Economic Development, Planning & Tourism Receives Grant from the Department of Defense
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The Cattaraugus County Historical Museum and Research Library has announced their new hours. The Museum and Library will be open on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Weekend hours are the first and third Saturday of each month from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Open Saturdays in the winter include, January 6th and 20th, February 3rd and 17th, March 3rd and 17th.
Genealogy and local history research is also available during open hours.
The Parcel Viewer (and all other interactive viewers) will be undergoing an extensive update next week. At this time we will also be updating the server that houses the interactive viewers. This means that the viewer will be down on Monday, December 4th, starting around 8am. It could be back up as soon as Monday night, or it could be down for a couple days or the whole week. We can't predict what problems we may run into during this update.
The Cattaraugus County Office of Real Property was featured in the Spring 2006 edition of ESRI's ArcNews. The article Cattaraugus County, New York, Uses GIS to Make Accessible Its Real Property Information talks about all that went into putting together Cattaraugus County's GIS systems and the Office of Real Property's information systems.
Little Valley — Nine area snowmobile clubs that maintain trails in Cattaraugus County will benefit from 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, $190,737.50 in funding to help improve and maintain the 415 miles of funded snowmobile trails in Cattaraugus County. The additional 74 miles of trails in Allegany State Park receive funding separately. An increase in the NYS
Cattaraugus County held its 2nd Annual GIS Day in the lobby of the County Building in Little Valley, NY. The County's GIS Coordinator, Daniel T. Martonis as well as Industrial Program Specialist, Joseph J. Williams were on hand all day to demonstrate the county's GIS capabilities.