City Offers Scholarships for City Rec Youth Baseball League

Article Contributed by Jamestown Parks, Recreation & Conservation Department The Jamestown Parks, Recreation & Conservation Department today announced that a scholarship fund is now available for those seeking financial assistance for their child to join the City Recreation Youth Baseball League. Recreation Coordinator Julia Ciesla-Hanley stated, “Councilmember-At-Large Kim Ecklund had the idea to create a […]

We Are Different Here

Article Contributed by Andrea Magnuson Associate Director of the Gebbie Foundation Excitement is beginning to build for the projected opening of the National Comedy Center in 2017. What does this mean for the city? The county? The region? What do we need to do to prepare? What real estate and business opportunities are available as […]

Lakes and Waterways Grant Applications Available

Applications for 2016 Chautauqua County Lakes and Waterways Bed Tax grants are now available. These grants provide $500 to $40,000 in funding for the enhancement and protection of the lakes and waterways of Chautauqua County through the 2 percent occupancy tax solely dedicated to water resources within the county. Applications may be submitted by various […]

Neighborhood Sweeps: Focusing on the Community

Article by Katrina Fuller From dilapidated buildings to overgrown eyesores, the Jamestown Department of Development is focusing in on its neighborhoods in efforts to clean up the city. Reinstating the Neighborhood Impact Inspection Program, inspectors are hitting the streets to address code violations and safety issues. According to the Department of Development, the renewal of […]