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New York Begins to Repair, Replace Westchester County Bridges

The New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) is replacing two bridges and a large culvert at East Lincoln Avenue over the Hutchinson River Parkway and Hutchinson River between Pelham and Mount Vernon, as well as two bridges on the Saw Mill River Parkway over Saw Mill River in Pleasantville. A bridge on U.S. Route 1 over the Mamaroneck River in Mamaroneck also is being upgraded. Read More >>

Flooding Closes Portion of Rt. 173 east of Manlius, plus Oneida County Road

In Oneida County, the southbound ramp on State Rt. 8 to/from the exit for NY 921E in New Hartford is also blocked by high water, the state reported. Heavy rains were reported in many parts of Central New York overnight. Read More >>


National News

NC Chamber to Launch Transportation Initiative to Address Aging Infrastructure

Since winning the White House in 2016, President Trump has called on Congress to pass a major infrastructure package aimed at improving the nation’s roads, ports, bridges and railway system. While negotiations to pass such a bill have repeatedly faltered, the effort has taken on new urgency as lawmakers point to it as a way to help the economy at least partially recover from the current coronavirus-induced recession. Read More >>

New COVID Relief Bill Gives Zero Dollars to Sustainable Transportation

The Senate Republican’s Health, Economic Assistance, Liability protection and Schools (HEALS) Act allots $10 Billion for the Department of Transportation, but the majority of it will go to fund air travel service in rural communities, administrative costs related to air traffic control, and bafflingly, airport improvement. Read More >>


Summer Conference Update
 

Dear NYSCHSA Member,

I sincerely regret to inform you that the NYSCHSA Executive Committee has made the very hard decision to cancel the 2020 Professional Development Summer Conference in Lake Placid. We were all looking forward to seeing you this August for another summer program filled with information sharing, exciting CEC sessions and outstanding face-to-face networking. With summer programs already planned for 2021 (Rochester Hyatt) and 2022 (Thousand Islands Harbor Hotel), we plan to visit Lake Placid again in 2023.

I want to thank everyone who has provided the Association with feedback regarding the summer conference plans. I look forward to seeing everyone when it is safe to do so. 

Stay well,
Todd Gadd
Wyoming County
NYSCHSA President



2020 Traci Morey Zimmer Memorial Golf Tournament has been cancelled

Statement from Tournament Chair Nicole Ossevoort:
Due to the lingering pandemic and crowd size limitations we have decided to postpone the 10th Annual Traci Morey Zimmer Memorial Golf Tournament for this year. Look for a bigger and better event in 2021. Special thanks to all of our supporters.

 


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