Cattaraugus County’s saving about $400,000 this year by leasing 31 vehicles instead of buying them.
The vehicles range from ¾ ton pickup trucks for the Public Works Department to a van for the Department of the Aging
to Sheriff’s Department police interceptors. The leases are for up to five years
In addition to lower lease payments, the county will save money on maintenance costs that come with high-mileage older vehicles.
a new opiate treatment center in Limstone is helping area addicts. .
The center serves patients from Limestone, Olean and Salamanca, as well as Bradford, Smethport and Warren in Pennsylvania.
The center’s run Dr. Reed Haag, a Wellsville resident. He says patients at the clinic are from all walks of life, including managers, hospital professionals and university students.
Haag tells the Olean Times Herals that he’s considering operating the office an additional half or full day of the week. Currently, the center is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesdays