David J. Valesky's posts related to Economic Development

Farm Cideries License Bill Signed by Governor Cuomo

Bill Delivers on Promise Made at the NYS Wine, Beer, and Spirits Summit Signing Kicks off Cider Week NY, Sponsored by Taste NY



Senator Valesky Takes Part in MACNY Panel

On October 18, Senator Valesky participated on a legislative panel at MACNY's annual Manufacturer's Breakfast. He and his colleagues received a lot of great feedback from members about how to improve the state's business climate.

Cuomo Signs Farm Cideries Bill

Friday, October 18, 2013


Senator Valesky, Central New York Business & Labor Leaders Urge New Yorkers to Vote Yes on Proposal #1 – and the more than 10,000 Jobs it Will Bring to New York State

Proposal #1 will deliver more than $44 million a year for schools, property tax relief and aid to local governments in Central New York and the Mohawk Valley 

Proposal #1 will bring $9.4 million to Onondaga County and $3.2 million to Syracuse


Kasson Place Apartments Opens

Senator David J. Valesky joined state and local officials to celebrate the opening of Kasson Place Apartments on James Street in Syracuse. This project is great for the community and is another project that used Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits.

Senator Valesky Visits Welch Allyn

Senator Valesky visited Welch Allyn on December 4, one of the region's largest employers and a worldwide leader in the manufacture of medical equipment.

Farm Bureau Recognizes Legislators

All of Oneida County’s state representatives are among the 101 senators and Assembly members recognized by the New York Farm Bureau for their support of the state’s agriculture industry.


Statement from Senator Valesky Regarding Syracuse Common Council Passage of Land Bank Legislation

I applaud the Common Council for moving legislation forward to create a city/county land bank. As the author of the state law, I am extremely encouraged that Onondaga County and the city of Syracuse will have the opportunity to be one of the first land banks in the state. Vacant and abandoned housing has been a problem in our communities for too long, and the application of this new strategy is a promising solution.



Statement from Senator David J. Valesky Regarding Governor Cuomo's State of the State Address

Governor Cuomo’s broad and comprehensive State of the State address gives us a roadmap to continue the forward progress we have made together in the past three years.