PAC 99 schedule for the week of Feb. 24, 2019

Tuesday, Feb. 26

9 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.: Village of Canastota Board of Trustees meeting of Feb. 199:14 a.m., 2:14 p.m. and 7:14 p.m.: Oneida Common Council meeting of Feb. 19

Wednesday, Feb. 27

9 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.: Town of Sullivan Board meeting of Feb. 209:48 a.m., 2:48 p.m. […]

Margaret Milman-Barris announces campaign to return to Madison County Board of Supervisors

Oneida resident Margaret Milman-Barris announced her candidacy for the Madison County Board of Supervisors, representing city of Oneida Wards 1, 2 and 3. She previously served on the Madison County Board of Supervisors from May through December 2017. Wards 1, 2, and 3 cover roughly the south half of the City of Oneida.

Milman-Barris […]

PAC schedule for week of Oct. 15, 2017

Tuesday, Oct. 17

9 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.: Madison County Board of Supervisors meeting of Oct. 10 9:48 a.m., 2:48 p.m. and 7:48 p.m.: Madison County Shared Services Plan with Mark Scimone 10:03 a.m., 3:03 p.m. and 8:03 p.m.: NYS Centennial, Women’s Suffrage: “Bloomers, the Reform Costume” with Jody Luce

Wednesday, Oct. 18


Chairman Delivers State of the County

Madison County Board of Supervisors Chairman John M. Becker (R – Sullivan) delivered his annual State of the County address today at 2 p.m. In it, Becker provides some highlights from county departments, as well as the trials and tribulations


End of Watch: Sheriff’s First Canine Officer was to Retire Next Month

Pictured Deputy Zaleski and Lida.

(Wampsville, NY – Feb. 2013) Madison County’s first narcotic canine team, known throughout the law enforcement community as unit K9-1, is no longer available. The team, consisting of canine Lida and her handler, Deputy Lance Zaleski, were coming close to the end of their joint efforts with Lida due […]

Chairman Comments on State Budget

(Wampsville, NY – Jan. 29, 2013) Madison County Board of Supervisors Chairman John M. Becker issued a statement on the New York state spending plan last week.

“Governor Cuomo’s Executive Budget is a prudent plan that restrains spending, caps taxes and makes some important progress in mandate relief,” Becker said. “Further, we deeply appreciate the […]

Court Decision Affirms Madison County’s Flow Control Law

Madison County Landfill

(Wampsville, NY – Dec. 2012) In a recent court decision, Madison County Supreme Court Judge Donald F. Cerio affirmed the Madison County Solid Waste Hearing Board’s determination that Syracuse Haulers Waste Removal, Inc. (“Syracuse Haulers”), had illegally removed solid waste from the county; also upheld was the board’s imposition of $32,000 in […]

County Officials Ask for Moment of Silence for Connecticut

(Wampsville, NY – Dec. 19, 2012) Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy signed a proclamation declaring Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 a “Day of Mourning” in the State of Connecticut and requesting that residents statewide participate in a moment of silence at 9:30 a.m.

In a letter to the Nation’s Governors asking each state to consider participating […]

Landfill Moves Forward with Agricultural Plastic Drop-Off Program

Madison County News

(Wampsville, NY – Dec. 2012) Agricultural plastic can now be dropped off at any of the county’s transfer stations or at the main landfill site on Buyea Road in Lincoln. The Madison County Board of Supervisors approved a contract to supply agricultural plastic to JBI, Inc., of Niagara Falls for conversion of […]

Volunteer Services Alliance Launched

Volunteer Services Alliance launch was well attended. Pictured in left row from left are Mark Christensen; Denise Adams, Wanderers’ Rest Humane Association; Tara Truett, Madison County Reads Ahead; and Jo Perkins Madison County Health Department. Right row from left includes Steve Eddy; Hank Leo, Tri Valley YMCA; and Barb Church, Community Action Partnership.

(Madison County, […]

Landfill Now Accepting Ag, Other Plastics

(Town of Lincoln, NY – Dec. 2012) Supervisor James Goldstein (D – Lebanon), chairman of the Madison County Board of Supervisors Solid Waste and Recycling Committee, announced recently that Madison County entered into a contract with a firm that converts agriculture and other plastics to oil; these materials will be collected at the landfill site […]

Library Director Thanks Board of Supervisors

To the Editor:

(Chittenango, NY – Dec. 2012) I’d like to thank the Madison County Board of Supervisors for voting to restore funding in the 2013 budget to nonprofits and especially, libraries. It is a difficult budget year and they were faced with many hard choices, but I believe that investing in nonprofits is the […]