William T. Stachowski's posts related to Economic Development

Senator Stachowski awards Gateway-Longview $200,000 to support its Niagara Day Care Center

Senator Stachowski awards Gateway-Longview $200,000 to support its Niagara Day Care Center

       State Senator William T. Stachowski (58th District, Buffalo)has secured grant funding in the amount of $200,000 to support Gateway-Longview’s Niagara Day Care Center.  The center, located on the West Side of Buffalo, has been providing high-quality care for children ages six weeks to 12 years since 1975.     

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Summary of Upstate Senate New Jobs Now Roundtables

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Summary of Upstate Senate New Jobs Now Roundtables

The Senate Majority, led by Economic Development Committee Chairman Senator William Stachowski launched and led a series of Jobs and Economic Development Roundtables across Upstate New York from Thursday, 2/18/10 – Friday 2/19/10.

Common Themes/Points Most Often Repeated:

 

File: 
Upstate Roundtable Summary.doc

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Stachowski And Senate Upstate Caucus Members Introduce Important Economic Development Legislation

Bill repeals the “Cost Recovery” Tax Assessment on Industrial Development Agencies

Senator William T. Stachowski (D-C, Lake View), Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Economic Development and Small Business, with members of the New York State Senate Upstate Caucus, today introduced important legislation repealing the “cost recovery” tax assessment imposed on Industrial Development Agencies (IDAs).

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Senator Stachowski Calls For Measure To Advance Historic Rehabilitation

Bill To Provide Tax Credits On Commercial Properties

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Senator Stachowski Presents Grant To Fire Chiefs

Senator Stachowski Presents Grant To Fire Chiefs

Funds for Water Rescue Team Benefit All WNYer’s Using Area Waterways

Senator William T. Stachowski (D-58th District, Buffalo/Lakeview) joined the Hamburg Fire Chief’s Association at Hamburg Town Beach, to present a New York State Legislative grant to the Hamburg Water Rescue Unit for more than $18,000.

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