Madison County EMS Study June 2016
On this day Fitch and Associates formally presented their findings. At 1 pm Mike Ward, lead on the Fitch EMS Study, presented his findings to the Madison County Board of Supervisors. He repeated this at a meeting where the first responder community and the media were present.
The Madison County 2014 Teen Assessment Project (TAP) Survey was administered as part of an ongoing process to assess the risk and protective factors, developmental assets and resources present in the lives of adolescents in Madison County. The TAP Survey provided a voluntary, confidential, anonymous and structured process for obtaining responses to a wide range of questions from a large number of teens.
1875 Atlas of Madison County from the Oneida Public Library History Collection is now on line on the New York Heritage web site. Check it out for high-resolution images of the maps of all towns, villages and hamlets in Madison County, N.Y., with the names of individual property owners in 1875.
During the period of 1852 – 1953 naturalization of aliens occurred at the county level. Both Declarations of Intent and Petitions for Naturalization were filed in the local courts. The County Clerk was, and currently is, the Clerk of the Courts and as such these records are maintained by the County Clerk’s office. We are fortunate to have 27 volumes of naturalization records as well as many hundreds of unbound documents (some as early as 1819) relating to the naturalization process.