SENATOR NOZZOLIO ANNOUNCES LOCAL JOB CREATION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS TO RECEIVE STATE FUNDING

 

Area Projects Among Winners of Regional Economic Development

 Council Awards

 

Senator Nozzolio today announced that 25 job creation and community development projects in the 54th Senate District will receive critically important state funds through the second round of Regional Economic Development Council awards.

 

“This is tremendous news as these projects will strengthen our local economy and help create and retain jobs,” Senator Nozzolio said.  “Our community leaders serving on the Regional Economic Development Council have worked hard to put together an job development strategy that takes advantage of the tremendous resources, skills and talent in our area. I applaud Governor Cuomo and Lieutenant Governor Duffy for this successful initiative that is spurring job growth and building a stronger economy for the future of the Finger Lakes Region and all New York State.”

 

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said, "For the second year in a row, the Regional Councils have been on the forefront of rebuilding New York State's economy. For too many years, top-down economic development policies have failed communities across the state and not truly invested in the unique resources and strengths of each of New York's regions. Now a new, bottom-up approach is in place that brings local communities together to chart their own economic destiny. The second round of Regional Economic Development Council awards will deliver funding for critical projects and investments in communities across our state, helping put New Yorkers back to work and rebuilding our economy."

 

The following job creation projects in the 54th Senate District will receive funding from the second round of the Regional Economic Development Council program:

 

 

County

Project

Description

Amount

Cayuga

BoMer Plastics

BoMer Plastics Expansion

$100,000

Cayuga

City of Auburn

Casey and Falcon Park Upgrades

$412,500

Cayuga

Currier Plastics, Inc.

Lean Manufacturing Enterprise Training

$100,000

Cayuga

Howland Stone Store Museum

Opendore Project

$200,000

Cayuga

North Brook Farms Inc

Manufacturing With Recycled Agricultural Plastics

$100,000

Cayuga

WST33 LLC

Plaza of the Arts Building Project

$700,000

Monroe, Wayne, Ontario, Seneca, Yates

Ontario - Seneca - Yates - Cayuga - Wayne - Finger Lakes BOCES

Certified Nurses Aide Training

$98,560

Ontario

City of Geneva

Access Improvements to Seneca Lake

$625,000

Ontario

City of Geneva

City of Geneva Lakefront Visitors Center Project

$150,000

Ontario

Friends of Ganondagan

Seneca Art and Culture Center at Ganondagan

$500,000

Ontario

TOPTICA Photonics Inc.

Purchase of Machinery and Equipment

$120,000

Ontario

Victor Local Development Corporation

Downtown Victor Revitalization Project

$200,000

Ontario, Seneca, Onondaga, Monroe, Wayne, Livingston

Finger Lakes Visitors Connection

Finger Lakes Food Revolution

$37,000

Seneca

Seneca BioEnergy, LLC

Expansion of Seneca AgBio Green Energy Park

$125,000

Seneca

Town of Seneca Falls

Mr. Bults, Inc.

$750,000

Tompkins

Town of Lansing

Lansing Sewer Infrastructure

$2,537,000

Wayne

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County

Increasing Cooling Space for Small Farms

$207,000

Wayne

DAU Thermal Solutions North America Inc

Macedon Facility Expansion

$475,000

Wayne

OptiPro Systems LLC

Wayne County Expansion Project

$50,000

Wayne

Village of Clyde

Genesee Street Water Transmission Main Replacement Project

$600,000

Wayne

Village of Macedon

Village of Macedon Wastewater Treatment Plant Engineering Study

$30,000

Wayne

Village of Newark

IEC Electronics

$750,000

Wayne

Village of Palmyra

Palmyra Canalside Nature Park Phase 2

$120,523

Wayne

Wayne County

9 Pearl Street Accessibility Project

$300,000

Wayne

Wayne County Water & Sewer Authority

Wayne County Water Sewer Authority Engineering Study

$30,000

 

 

 

It has been a great pleasure to work with people from every part of our area including leaders in business, education, local governments, economic development and planning and others, to develop a list of job creation projects that achieve our goals of creating jobs and building a strong foundation for future growth,” Senator Nozzolio said.

 

Statewide, a total of $738 million was awarded for 725 economic development projects in every region of New York State.