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Updating The Information Superhighway

March 14, 2013

Area school districts, municipalities and other public bodies have had about a year to begin giving the public access to records scheduled for discussion at public meetings....

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Overdrive

Mar-14-13 4:30 PM

Oh, for Goodness sakes...it's no harder to update a web site than to post here or on Facebook. Just ask any 10 year old! The only problem is that updating the web site is not a priority for these groups. Make it one, and it will be done.

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PleaseWakeUp

Mar-14-13 9:10 AM

Someone (County information Services) needs to take the time and help the small towns set-up websites and load the various data and FAST!

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mrinbetween

Mar-14-13 8:37 AM

I'll tell you where not to look, the Chautauqua County Office of the Aging. That site is so out of whack it is almost worthless.

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