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News Update for Wed., Nov. 19, 2013

BPU runs short on time to act on $475,000 divident payment to city to help 2014 budget bottom line...
No action was taken Tuesday on a $475,000 dividend payment from the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities to the city as part of Jamestown's 2014 budget.  BPU Business Manager Mike Anderson says the payments... which were made for the first time in 50 years to the city last year... are not part of the current Electric and Water Division budgets.  Both drafts were presented yesterday.  BPU General Manager Dave Leathers says that discussion was put off because the meeting ran long.  There will now be two board meetings in December.  The first will be held -- tentatively -- on Tuesday, Dec. 3.  The other will take place on Friday, Dec. 20.

County Legislature meets Wednesday... lawmakers to act on plan to create County Water Agency...

Chautauqua County legislators will act Wednesday night on a proposal that would form a County Water Agency that would oversee the development of a North County regional water district.  County Executive-elect Vince Horrigan says the agency is necessary in light of a state grant totaling $360,000 for the proposed project.  Horrigan says the Chadwick Bay Development Corp. has been "instrumental" in it's development, but, for all the proper relationships under the county... it needs to have an agency which allows them to accept the grant.  Horrigan, who is a county legislator until the end of the year, proposed an amendment to increase the number of members to 12, including two members that would represent the city of Dunkirk.  The full legislature is expected to take up the measure during their monthly meeting tonight.  The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in Mayville.