2018 Regional Economic Development Council Awards

News from Livingston County, NY 

Geneseo, NY, December 19, 2018— Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced today that over $763 million in economic and community development funding has been awarded through Round VIII of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative. 

As a member of the top-performing Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council, Livingston County was awarded nearly $4,000,000 to fund 16 projects. The funded projects include: 

1. Over $300,000 for the Town of Geneseo’s Shared Highway Services Plan; 

2. $200,000 for the Village of Avon’s Five Arch Bridge Restoration project; 

3. $200,000 for the County’s Microenterprise Assistance project; and 

4. $47,500 for the County’s Housing Needs Assessment. 

 

To see a list of all the projects awarded within Livingston County and across the Finger Lakes, please visit: https://regionalcouncils.ny.gov/sites/default/files/2018-12/2018REDCAwardBooklet.pdf 

The Regional Economic Development (REDC) initiative was launched by Governor Cuomo in 2011. As part of the plan, 10 Regional Councils were developed across the state, with the goal 

of developing long-term strategic economic growth within each region. Each Regional Council is made up of public and private organization leaders in each region and headed by co-chairs. The co-chairs of the Finger Lakes Regional Council are Robert Duffy and Anne Kress. More information about the Regional Economic Development Councils can be found at: www.regionalcouncils.ny.gov

 

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