County To Pay Off Amortized Retirement Payment’s Early

Paying Off Amortization Bill Early Saves Taxpayers Half A Million Dollars

County Executive Anthony J. Picente announced today his plan to pay off $2,907,482 in amortized state retirement payments. The amortization of County retirement bills, required by law to be paid annually to the State, has been an approach used since 2011. By paying the $2,907,482 early the County saves $460,305 in interest payments.

County To Provide $500,000 To Utica Memorial Auditorium Authority To Increase Parking

County Executive Picente announces money to begin construction on new parking in Downtown Utica

County Executive Anthony J. Picente announced today that he will ask the Oneida County Board of Legislator’s to approve $500,000 to be transferred to the Upper Mohawk Valley Memorial Auditorium Authority for the explicit use of creating a new parking lot across the street to the Utica Auditorium.

Sheriff Maciol: Jail Graduation Ceremony Highlights Efforts to Help Oneida County Inmates Change Lives

Joined by government and community officials, Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol today presided over a unique graduation at the Oneida County Jail as a group of  inmates completed GED classes as well as Anger Management and Life Skills counseling. In all since July of this year, seven inmates earned GED Diplomas, one inmate earned a high school diploma, sixteen inmates completed Anger Management Classes, and twenty-eight inmates earned certificates in Employment Techniques.

Picente, Maciol and McNamara Back Cyber-Bullying Legislation

County Executive Picente along with Countywide Law Enforcement Elected Officials Call For Passage of Cyber-Bullying Legislation

Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente, surrounded by the Oneida County Sheriff, Oneida County District Attorney, members of the education community and Oneida County Legislators called for the passage of the anti-cyber-bullying legislation, introduced by Legislator Speciale to be passed into local law.

GOVERNOR CUOMO ANNOUNCES 'NANO UTICA' $1.5 BILLION PUBLIC-PRIVATE INVESTMENT THAT WILL MAKE THE MOHAWK VALLEY NEW YORK’S NEXT MAJOR HUB OF NANOTECH RESEARCH

Investment by leading technology companies will create 1,000 new jobs, establish computer chip commercialization consortium to jump-start Nano Utica under construction at SUNYIT

Picente Announced New Program To Mitigate Future Flood Damage

Picente Asks Board of Legislators for $500,000 For Program

Oneida County Executive has announced a new County Program aimed at building Oneida County back better after the flood of 2013. Picente has asked the Oneida County Board of Legislators to commit $500,000 to address the public works projects within the municipalities that were severely impacted by the storm water runoff or flooding from their waterways or bodies of water.

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