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Livingston County Administrator Ian M. Coyle announced today that the Livingston County Land Bank Corporation has been awarded $500,000 in grant funding.
Livingston County will be celebrating its Bicentennial in 2021 but the planning has already begun! The Bicentennial Steering Committee is looking for a great logo to represent this occasion and to be used with all Bicentennial celebration events.
Starting Monday, October 29th, visitors to the Livingston County Government Center will experience new screening procedures as they enter the facility.
The popular Coffee with the County series continues throughout Livingston County in November and December with stops planned in Avon on November 5th at 8:30 am and West Sparta on December 10th at 8:30 am.
The Mobile Mammography Center will be in Livingston County on November 17th.
The marking of “no designation” is the best a local government can receive in the scores.
Livingston County Administrator Ian M. Coyle on Monday held the tenth in a successful series of monthly “Coffee with the County” community-engagement events in the Town of Springwater.
A new historic roadside marker will be installed in Geneseo to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Women's Suffrage in New York State.
Mt. Morris, NY, June 20, 2018— Yesterday evening a special ribbon cutting ceremony was held to rededicate the newly renovated Auditorium located within Building 1 of the Murray Hill County Campus in Mount Morris.
The new satellite dialysis clinic inside the Livingston County Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation is part of a nearly $1.3 million project that includes renovation of therapy suites and construction of canopy over the facility’s ambulance entrance.
Livingston County is happy to announce the public launch of its new Mobility Management Website http://ridelivingston.com/.
County Administrator Ian Coyle presented the 2018 State of the County at the March 28th Board of Supervisors meeting.
Livingston County Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty reports a major breakthrough in the 1979 unidentified homicide case commonly referred to as the Caledonia Jane Doe case. Livingston County Sheriff’s Investigators have been working closely with the Hernando Co...Read on...
The lifeless body of Suzanne Pitcher, 38, was found in a field, just off the roadway on Wadsworth Rd in the Town of Caledonia. Ms. Pitcher was last seen near her home on East Main St, Rochester near Culver Rd in the early morning hours of August 2, 1999.