Cattaraugus County Sheriff Timothy S. Whitcomb
Sponsors Local Police Training
Little Valley, NY – Sheriff Timothy S. Whitcomb announces the completion of local police trainings. On April 26, 2013 thirteen local law enforcement officers completed 80 hours of specialized training as a General Topic Instructor.
Check out all of the events that are part of the Civil War Event Series this Summer at the Cattaraugus County Museum!
Let Your Voice be Heard!
How many times have we commented, complained, or whined about something that impacts us or a family member or friend? Perhaps we have said “I wish they would…”, or “I wish there could be…”, or “How come we can’t get help with…?” The Cattaraugus County Health Department would like to give you the opportunity, between now and June 21st to Let Your Voice Be Heard!
Little Valley, NY – Sheriff Timothy S. Whitcomb announces job opportunities at the County Jail as a Part-Time Corrections Officer. The job responsibilities include guarding and attending to the care, well-being and discipline of jail inmates.
If accepted, 7 weeks of field training are required as well as successful completion of a Corrections Academy. Applicants MUST have availability to perform shift work, various shifts including weekends and holidays, and have flexible hours.
Below are informational handouts from Upper Allegany Health System/ Olean General Hospital regarding heart health, signs of heart disease, and how to recognize a heart attack.
Please review them all for some great heart health tips!
Early Identification & Recognition Program to partner with the Olean YMCA for Healthy Kids Day 2013!!
The Early Identification & Recognition Program (EIRP) is partnering with the Olean YMCA for Healthy Kids day on Saturday April 27th, 2013.
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Cattaraugus County seeks public comments on its draft Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. The public's assistance in this process will assist the County in completing its mandatory five-year update of its existing plan. Members of the public are encouraged to go online (http://www.cattco.org/form/draft-hazard-mitigation-plan-few-questions) to review and make comments on the draft plan.