WASHINGTON COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Washington County supervisors, business and development leaders and others met Tuesday via Zoom to discuss the greatest issues facing the furthest-north county in the Capital Region as reopening begins.
Internet access for messaging regulations was a big topic. Another was the upcoming end to school-provided meals for students, set to end when the school year does. BOCES WSWHE, which helps with those meals, also runs a child care service, which may continue based on conversations they are having with The Y.
The county livestreams and saves their meetings on their YouTube channel.
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