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Edwards reminds residents about Monday Morning Memo

March 6, 2013
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News

MAYVILLE - Chautauqua County Executive Greg Edwards would like to remind residents about his Monday Morning Memo.

The Monday Morning Memo is an email newsletter providing insight from the County Executive on current county government issues and projects. Edwards first established the newsletter in January 2008 and it has now grown to have 988 subscribers.

"The Monday Morning Memo has been an excellent way for me to keep residents informed as well as highlight many of the projects and issues happening at the county level," Edwards said. "I encourage residents to sign-up or view my newsletter online."

The newsletter is released every Monday morning, with the exception of federal holidays, and there is no fee to sign-up for it. Over the years it has covered important issues such as mandate relief, property tax cap, the county's budget, NRG, Sherman Shop and the County Home. It has also provided updates on projects county departments are developing such as the Equestrian Trail Plan, Greenway Plan and Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan, as well as providing insight on services available to residents such as immunization and rabies clinics, senior programs, energy seminars. Additionally, it has highlighted some upcoming events throughout the county.

Residents can sign up for the County Executive's Monday Morning Memo by visiting and entering their name and email address. Once subscribed, residents will start receiving the newsletter by email.

Residents without email accounts can also view archived Monday Morning Memos on the County Executive's page at, which is updated every Monday to include the most recent newsletter. In addition, the Monday Morning Memo can also be viewed online by visiting County Executive Gregory J. Edwards's Facebook or Twitter page.

For more information about the Monday Morning Memo, contact the County Executive's Office at 753-4211.



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