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    << Return to news list All 10 Regional Economic Development Councils Receive Funding to Drive Local Economies Forward and Implement Strategic Plans for Growth
     
    Central New York, Mohawk Valley, Capital Region, Mid-Hudson and Long Island Named 'Top Performers' - Awarded $425.9 Million in Total Funding
     
    Western New York, Southern Tier, North Country, New York City and Finger Lakes Receive $329.7 Million in 'Regional Council' Awards
     
    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that more than $755 million in economic and community development funding has been awarded through Round VII of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative.
     
    For the Governor's press release click 
    here.
     
     
    How much the Albany area won in state money competition
     
    The Albany, New York, area will receive $85 million from the state for 110 economic development projects.
     
    The ceremony to award funding as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's seventh-annual state money competition was held Wednesday at the Albany Capital Center.
     
    More than $755 million was awarded across 10 regions.
     
    Albany was awarded $83.1 million last year for 116 projects. In total, over the past seven years of the awards, the Capital Region has received $521.9 million for 718 projects. Seven other regions have received more funding.
     
    Read the article in the Business Review.
     
     
     
     
    Money goes to West Mountain, Flomatic and other local groups
     
    GLENS FALLS - The local area made out well in the latest round of the governor's Regional Economic Development Council Awards, with money awarded to expand Flomatic, build a new facility for Stored Technology Solutions and make improvements at West Mountain.
     
    Read the article in the Post-Star.
     
     
    LAKE GEORGE gets $2.5M for sewer plant, other big projects funded
     
    Read the article in the Post-Star.
     
     
     
    NORTH COUNTRY Gets $64.9 million for economic development projects
     
    Read the article in The Sun.
     
     
    Warren County received assistance of over $6 Million for a total of 20 public and private projects!
     
     
     
    For the complete listing of Regional Economic Development Council awards click here.
     
    For the Capital Region listing click here.All 10 Regional Economic Development Councils Receive Funding to Drive Local Economies Forward and Implement Strategic Plans for Growth
     
    Central New York, Mohawk Valley, Capital Region, Mid-Hudson and Long Island Named 'Top Performers' - Awarded $425.9 Million in Total Funding
     
    Western New York, Southern Tier, North Country, New York City and Finger Lakes Receive $329.7 Million in 'Regional Council' Awards
     
    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that more than $755 million in economic and community development funding has been awarded through Round VII of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative.
     
    For the Governor's press release click 
    here.
     
     
    How much the Albany area won in state money competition
     
    The Albany, New York, area will receive $85 million from the state for 110 economic development projects.
     
    The ceremony to award funding as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's seventh-annual state money competition was held Wednesday at the Albany Capital Center.
     
    More than $755 million was awarded across 10 regions.
     
    Albany was awarded $83.1 million last year for 116 projects. In total, over the past seven years of the awards, the Capital Region has received $521.9 million for 718 projects. Seven other regions have received more funding.
     
    Read the article in the Business Review.
     
     
     
     
    Money goes to West Mountain, Flomatic and other local groups
     
    GLENS FALLS - The local area made out well in the latest round of the governor's Regional Economic Development Council Awards, with money awarded to expand Flomatic, build a new facility for Stored Technology Solutions and make improvements at West Mountain.
     
    Read the article in the Post-Star.
     
     
    LAKE GEORGE gets $2.5M for sewer plant, other big projects funded
     
    Read the article in the Post-Star.
     
     
     
    NORTH COUNTRY Gets $64.9 million for economic development projects
     
    Read the article in The Sun.
     
     
    Warren County received assistance of over $6 Million for a total of 20 public and private projects!
     
     
     
    For the complete listing of Regional Economic Development Council awards click here.
     
    For the Capital Region listing click here.All 10 Regional Economic Development Councils Receive Funding to Drive Local Economies Forward and Implement Strategic Plans for Growth
     
    Central New York, Mohawk Valley, Capital Region, Mid-Hudson and Long Island Named 'Top Performers' - Awarded $425.9 Million in Total Funding
     
    Western New York, Southern Tier, North Country, New York City and Finger Lakes Receive $329.7 Million in 'Regional Council' Awards
     
    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that more than $755 million in economic and community development funding has been awarded through Round VII of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative.
     
    For the Governor's press release click 
    here.
     
     
    How much the Albany area won in state money competition
     
    The Albany, New York, area will receive $85 million from the state for 110 economic development projects.
     
    The ceremony to award funding as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's seventh-annual state money competition was held Wednesday at the Albany Capital Center.
     
    More than $755 million was awarded across 10 regions.
     
    Albany was awarded $83.1 million last year for 116 projects. In total, over the past seven years of the awards, the Capital Region has received $521.9 million for 718 projects. Seven other regions have received more funding.
     
    Read the article in the Business Review.
     
     
     
     
    Money goes to West Mountain, Flomatic and other local groups
     
    GLENS FALLS - The local area made out well in the latest round of the governor's Regional Economic Development Council Awards, with money awarded to expand Flomatic, build a new facility for Stored Technology Solutions and make improvements at West Mountain.
     
    Read the article in the Post-Star.
     
     
    LAKE GEORGE gets $2.5M for sewer plant, other big projects funded
     
    Read the article in the Post-Star.
     
     
     
    NORTH COUNTRY Gets $64.9 million for economic development projects
     
    Read the article in The Sun.
     
     
    Warren County received assistance of over $6 Million for a total of 20 public and private projects!
     
     
     
    For the complete listing of Regional Economic Development Council awards click here.
     
    For the Capital Region listing click here.All 10 Regional Economic Development Councils Receive Funding to Drive Local Economies Forward and Implement Strategic Plans for Growth
     
    Central New York, Mohawk Valley, Capital Region, Mid-Hudson and Long Island Named 'Top Performers' - Awarded $425.9 Million in Total Funding
     
    Western New York, Southern Tier, North Country, New York City and Finger Lakes Receive $329.7 Million in 'Regional Council' Awards
     
    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that more than $755 million in economic and community development funding has been awarded through Round VII of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative.
     
    For the Governor's press release click 
    here.
     
     
    How much the Albany area won in state money competition
     
    The Albany, New York, area will receive $85 million from the state for 110 economic development projects.
     
    The ceremony to award funding as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's seventh-annual state money competition was held Wednesday at the Albany Capital Center.
     
    More than $755 million was awarded across 10 regions.
     
    Albany was awarded $83.1 million last year for 116 projects. In total, over the past seven years of the awards, the Capital Region has received $521.9 million for 718 projects. Seven other regions have received more funding.
     
    Read the article in the Business Review.
     
     
     
     
    Money goes to West Mountain, Flomatic and other local groups
     
    GLENS FALLS - The local area made out well in the latest round of the governor's Regional Economic Development Council Awards, with money awarded to expand Flomatic, build a new facility for Stored Technology Solutions and make improvements at West Mountain.
     
    Read the article in the Post-Star.
     
     
    LAKE GEORGE gets $2.5M for sewer plant, other big projects funded
     
    Read the article in the Post-Star.
     
     
     
    NORTH COUNTRY Gets $64.9 million for economic development projects
     
    Read the article in The Sun.
     
     
    Warren County received assistance of over $6 Million for a total of 20 public and private projects!
     
     
     
    For the complete listing of Regional Economic Development Council awards click here.
     
    For the Capital Region listing click here.
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