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Cattaraugus County DOES NOT publish, sponsor or endorse the Relocation Guide by Skyline Publishing

News from Economic Development, Planning and Tourism posted on Fri, 12/05/2014 - 2:04pm
NOT published by Cattaraugus County

Not published, sponsored or endorsed by Cattaraugus County

Residents, businesses and other organizations take note! Cattaraugus County DOES NOT publish, sponsor or endorse the Relocation Guide produced by Skyline Publishing or Loyalty Publishing of Peoria, Illinois.

Businesses in Cattaraugus County have received phone calls and/or placed ads in publications claiming to represent Cattaraugus County, including Skyline. If you have been solicited by someone claiming to represent a Cattaraugus County publication, please contact Cattaraugus County Tourism by phone at 1-800-331-0543 or email at info [at] EnchantedMountains [dot] com

Public Health Hazards

Everyday, you are exposed to many types of environmental contaminants and possibly disease carrying agents.  Some of these cause a great deal of anxiety for residents like cockroaches, but others like lead paint may go entirely unnoticed until a problem develops.  Being aware of these potential hazards and reducing the likelihood of exposure is important to safeguard your health.

The Environmental Health Division conducts several programs intended to reduce the risk of exposure to environmental hazards and control communicable disease carriers in Cattaraugus County. Read more

Board of Assessment Review in Carrollton

Date(s): 
Tue, 05/25/2010 - 10:00am

At the B.A.R. (Board of Assessment Review), or sometimes known as Grievance or Grievance Day, a property owner has the right to speak their mind about their assessment. For more information please see What To Do If You Disagree With Your Assessment. Also it is always suggested that the owner at least talk to their assessor before this day. Read more

Board of Assessment Review in Coldspring

Date(s): 
Thu, 05/27/2010 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm

At the B.A.R. (Board of Assessment Review), or sometimes known as Grievance or Grievance Day, a property owner has the right to speak their mind about their assessment. For more information please see What To Do If You Disagree With Your Assessment. Also it is always suggested that the owner at least talk to their assessor before this day. Read more

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