Mark Grisanti's posts related to Economic Development

Governor Cuomo Announces Ford Motor Company To Invest $150 Million In Its Hamburg Stamping Plant

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that Ford Motor Company will invest $150 million to make significant upgrades to its Hamburg facility, just outside Buffalo.

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Governor Cuomo Announces OneTouch Direct to Bring 270 Jobs to Western New York

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that OneTouch Direct, LLC (OTD), a marketing and call center partner to Fortune 500 companies across North America, will establish a customer service center in Western New York, creating 271 jobs. The company, which has more than $53 million in sales, will invest more than $1.5 million to build out and equip a facility in Orchard Park, New York.

 

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Governor Cuomo Announces East Canal Project in Buffalo Now Open to the Public

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that the ribbon was cut on the $5 million East Canal project in Buffalo, signifying its on-schedule completion and that the public space stretching between Washington and Main streets is now open to the public. It is the latest component of the Canalside development on Buffalo’s waterfront.

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Senator Grisanti to appear on Fox News Business Network

Senator Mark Grisanti (R,I- 60) is scheduled to appear on "The Independents" Friday, December 20th at 9pm on the Fox News Business Network to discuss the Mixed Martial Arts legislation in the New York State Legislature.     Senator Grisanti is a co-sponsor of lifting the ban on Mixed Martial Arts in New York State and has successfully passed the legislation in the Senate multiple times, with no action in the Assembly. If passed, the legislation would allow events like UFC pay-per-views to take place in New York State.

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WBEN 930-AM: Will 2014 Be MMA’s Year In New York?

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) – State Senator Mark Grisanti says that New York is missing out on a way to boost the economy that’s sitting right under their nose.Grisanti is co-sponsor of a bill that would legalize Mixed Martial Arts in New York state.The bill has passed the senate three separate times, but has still not passed through the assembly.“The problem is that the Speaker (Sheldon Silver) won’t bring the bill on to the floor” Grisanti said.

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