Olean Common Council City Operations Committee Meeting

The committee will consider five new referrals during Tuesday's meeting including a presentation and discussion by the Cattaraugus County Catnippers updating the city's TNVR program and a resolution to enact a local law to grant a partial exemption on real property taxation to certain senior citizens.

Other items for discussion are amending the ordinance code regarding splitting the half the cost of a property's hazardous tree removal with the owner; taxicab fares, and the Wayne Street crossing at the YMCA. 

Contact Information
  1. Tiffany Taylor
  2. 716-376-5635
  3. ttaylor@cityofolean.org
Tue, September 03
5:30 pm — 6:30 pm
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The committee will consider five new referrals during Tuesday's meeting including a presentation and discussion by the Cattaraugus County Catnippers updating the city's TNVR program and a resolution to enact a local law to grant a partial exemption on real property taxation to certain senior citizens.

Other items for discussion are amending the ordinance code regarding splitting the ...

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