State Pressed to Re-open Hornell Workers' Comp Hearing Site

Feb 6, 2014 -- Posted by : admin

A Maple City attorney is denouncing the state's decision to close the workers' compensation hearing site in Hornell, and he is asking Gov. Andrew Cuomo for a personal meeting to press for a reversal of that closure.

Hornell Mayor Shawn Hogan, also a critic of the closing, has offered the use of city hall facilities for workers' compensation hearings. The mayor said there is space available and there would be no charge.

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