Hawley Slams Department of Labor’s Adoption of New Farm Worker Overtime Rules
February 23, 2023 Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C-Batavia) is deeply disappointed by Department of Labor (DOL) Commissioner Roberta Reardon’s decision to move forward with the previously-proposed reduction in the farm worker overtime threshold. The measure, which has...
Niagara County Lincoln Day Celebration
Congresswoman Claudia Tenney and Orleans County GOP Chairman Skip Draper share a handshake at the Niagara County Lincoln Day Celebration.
Orleans County Republican Picnic
Submitted by Chairman Lynne Johnson The Orleans County Republican picnic was held on August 21, 2021, at noon at Leonard Oakes Estate Winery under their pavilion and hosted by the Town of Yates Republican Committee. The picnic was catered by The White Birch Golf...
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County Chairman Merle L. “Skip Draper
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Getting to know Orleans County’s Elected Officials:
Hon. Joseph V. Cardone District Attorney
Nadine P. Hanlon County Clerk
Farm Worker Overtime Threshold
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Vice-Chairman Gayle Ashbery
Vice-Chairman Michael Mele
Dawn Allen – Town of Albion
Bert Mathes – Town of Barre
John Fitzak – Town of Carlton
John DeFilipps – Town of Clarendon
Sharon Harding – Town of Gaines
John Becker – Town of Kendall
Edward Morgan – Town of Murray
Stephen Songer – Town of Ridgeway
Pat Eick – Town of Shelby
Russell Martino – Town of Yates
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America’s Natural Resources: Agriculture, Energy, and the Environment
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