Economic Development, Planning and Tourism
By: Kabel Kellogg, CCE Community Educator
As you look outside your home take notice to all that nature has to offer, the lush lawn, the flowering shrubs, and the tall trees. Now ask yourself, “would the lawn be as nice if I never mowed it?”, and “would the shrubs flower as well if I never pruned them?” The answer would be no. So why is so little thought given to the health and welfare of the trees around us?
To all Randolph residents that have suffered any amount of damage due to the tornado, trees lost, amount of time in clean up, as well as physical damage to your property,no matter how large or small. It is imperative that you get the cost estimates to the municipal building as soon as possible.
Cattaraugus County is proud to present the new Bicentennial Memory Book which showcases the events of our 2008 Bicentennial Celebrations.
This 84 page book is full color, chock full of photography and highlights all the activities that were held during the bicentennial year.
The Connection looking for Customer Service Representatives to work in their Call Center answering phones and responding to customer requests for a major Internet Service Provider.
Our top candidates possess HS diploma, college or tech school, previous call center/customer service experience and excellent communication skills.
The annual Spirit of Gowanda Dinner, sponsored by the Gowanda Area Chamber of Commerce will be held on Saturday, March 27th at the American Legion in Gowanda. The evening will begin with a social hour at 5:30, followed by a catered dinner at 6:30.
This year, the Chamber, (departing from the usual Spirit format honoring individuals and businesses for outstanding contributions to the community) will instead CELEBRATE the immense SPIRIT that permeated the village in the days following the August 2009 flood.
2009 Annual Report for the Cattaraugus County Department of Economic Development, Planning & Tourism.
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, $171,535.00 in funding to help improve and maintain the 353 miles of funded snowmobile trails in Cattaraugus County.