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Regional Economic Development Council Funding Awards 2013

Regional Economic Development Council Funding Awards 2013

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Complete list of $715.9 million in funding for 824 development projects receiving assistance from the state of New York under Gov. Andrew Cuomo's regional economic development council program.
Complete list of $715.9 million in funding for 824 development projects receiving assistance from the state of New York under Gov. Andrew Cuomo's regional economic development council program.

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2013 Regional Economic Development Council Awards

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
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Table of Contents

Regional Council Awards
Western New York ...................................................................................................9 Finger Lakes...........................................................................................................22 Southern TIer..........................................................................................................36 Central New York....................................................................................................49 Mohawk Valley........................................................................................................62 North Country.........................................................................................................73 Capital Region........................................................................................................84

Mid-Hudson..........................................................................................................100 New York City.......................................................................................................113 Long Island...........................................................................................................124

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2013 Program Descriptions
Program Program Description
New York State Council on the Arts (Arts)
Funds are available under Article 3 of the Arts and Cultural Affairs Law for the study of and presentation of the performing and fine arts; surveys to encourage participation in the arts; to encourage public interest in the cultural heritage of the state, and to promote tourism by supporting arts and cultural projects. Culture & Heritage Project Grant (CHPG); Intern Workforce Development Program (IWDP); Artistic Program Capital Equiptment (APCE); Digital Film Projector Conversion Program (DFPCP)

Type of Funding

Resources Available

Arts Grant Program (Arts CHPG; IWDP; APCE; DFPCP)

Grant

Up to $4 million

NYS Canal Corporation (Canals)
Canalway Matching Grant Program (Canals) The Canalway Grants Program is a competitive grants program available to eligible municipalities and 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations along the New York State Canal System. Projects are intended to meet the objectives of the Regional Economic Development Councils and the NYS Canal Recreationway Plan. Up to $1 million

Grant

Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)
The New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC), in conjunction with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), will offer grants to municipalities to help pay for the initial planning of eligible Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) water quality projects. Up to $2 million has been made available for this program. The CWSRF Engineering Planning Grant (EPG) will assist municipalities facing economic hardship with the engineering and planning costs of CWSRF-eligible water quality projects.

Clean Water State Revolving Fund (DEC EPGP)

Grant

Up to $2 million

Department of Labor (DOL)
Grant funding is available to private sector for-profit and not-for-profit businesses and training providers to upgrade the skills of the workforce. New hires who were long-term unemployed individuals will be trained on-the-job to perform their required job duties; long term unemployed individuals will be trained in a classroom setting for positions that are open in the region, with a commitment by businesses to interview individuals who succesfully complete the training; and classroom instruction will be provided to existing employees who are at risk of being laid off without the training. Existing Employee Training (EET); New Hire Training (NHT); Unemployed Working Training (UWT)

Workforce Development Grants (DOL EET, NHT, UWT)

Grant

Up to $5 million

Department of State (DOS)
"For the 2013-2014 program year, $4 million is available under the Local Government Efficiency (LGE) Grant program to assist local leaders reduce municipal expenditures, limit the growth in property taxes and increase efficiencies in local service delivery. Projects can include local government reorganization, functional or service delivery consolidation, city or county charter revisions that include functional consolidation, cooperative service agreements, and establishment of regional service delivery mechanisms." "Provides grants on a competitive basis for the following priority areas: Job training; Job skills development; Job placement and retention; Financial and Civic Literacy; English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)." The Local Waterfront Revitalization Program provides matching grants on a competitive basis to revitalize communities and waterfronts.

Local Government Efficiency Grants (DOS LGE)

Grant

Up to $4 million

Community Services Block Grant (DOS CSBG) Local Waterfront Program (DOS LWRP)

Grant

Up to $750,000 Up to $5 million

Grant

Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC)
The Green Innovation Grant Program (GIGP) provides grants on a competitive basis to projects that improve water quality and demonstrate green stormwater infrastructure in New York. GIGP is administered by NYS Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC) through the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and is funded with a grant from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Green Innovation Grant Program (EFC GIGP)

Federal Grant

Up to $13 million

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Program

Program Description
Empire State Development (ESD)

Type of Funding

Resources Available

Excelsior Jobs Program (EJP)

Refundable tax credits are available for strategic businesses such as high tech, bio-tech, clean-tech and manufacturing that create or retain jobs or make significant capital investments. Businesses meeting the eligibility criteria may apply for assistance at locations throughout NYS. Refundable tax credits are available for strategic businesses such as high tech, bio-tech, clean-tech and manufacturing that create or retain jobs or make significant capital investments. Businesses meeting the eligibility criteria may apply for assistance at locations throughout New York State. "ESD has several grant programs that together make available $152 million of capital grant funding for the Regional Economic Development Council Initiative. The programs included under this category are the following: Regional Council Capital Fund (Up to $150 million) and Urban and Community Development Program (Up to $2 million). Capital grant funding is available for capital-based economic development projects intended to create or retain jobs; prevent, reduce or eliminate unemployment and underemployment; and/or increase business or economic activity in a community or Region." The Market New York Grant program supports regionally-themed New York-focused projects that promote tourism destinations, attractions, special events and other travelrelated activities that help achieve the Regional Councils’ long term strategic goals for economic growth, which include attracting more visitors to New York State. The Environmental Investment Program (EIP), administered by ESD helps businesses capture the economic benefits associated with pollution prevention, waste reduction, re-use and recycling. The program provides capital, technical assistance, and research and development grants that expand the ability to recycle solid and industrial waste into higher value products, or reduce pollution and waste at the point of generation. The program is funded through appropriations from the Environmental Protection Fund. Designated Business Incubators and Innovation Hot Spots will be eligible for operating grants from ESD. Designation as an Innovation Hot Spot brings another benefit for the start-up companies within the Hot Spot. These companies will be eligible for significant state income and sales tax benefits for a period of five years.

Tax Credit

Up to $70 million

Excelsior Jobs Program (EJP)

Tax Credit

Up to $70 million

ESD Grant Funds (ESD Grants)

Grant

Up to $152 million

Market New York (ESD MNY)

Grant

Up to $10 million

Environmental Investment Program (EIP)

Grant

Up to $1 million

Business Incubator and Innovation Hot Spot Program

Grant

Up to $1.25 million

ESD Technical Assistance and Training Grants Opportunity Agenda Projects

Through ESD’s Economic Development Purposes Fund, funding of up to $1 million is available for working capital grants of up to $100,000 each to support 1) technical assistance to local businesses and 2) training and career development opportunities to local workers. Projects should focus on economic development purposes, and preference shall be given to projects supporting Regional Economic Development Council Opportunity Agenda priorities and located in highly distressed areas. Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC)
The purpose of the Federal College Access Challenge Grant Program (CACGP) is to foster partnerships among federal, state, and local governments and philanthropic organizations through matching challenge grants that are aimed at increasing the number of low-income students who are prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary education. The overall goal of New York State’s CACGP is to increase the number and percentage of New York CACGP eligible individuals who are prepared to apply for, enter and succeed in college, with a priority on families living below the poverty level. To meet this goal, HESC will provide targeted support to not-for-profit organizations, such as schools, agencies, and community-based organizations through a series of sub-grants. Sub-grantees will use sub-grant funds for activities that must be targeted to students and families who are living below the poverty line.

Grant

Up to $1 million

Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC CACG)

Grant

Up to $200,000

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Program

Program Description
Homes and Community Renewal, Office of Community Renewal (HCR and HCR/OCR)
The Rural Area Revitalization Projects (RARP) Program was established in Article 17-B of New York State Private Housing Finance Law. The RARP program is administered by the Office of Community Renewal (OCR) under the direction of the Housing Trust Fund Corporation (HTFC). The purpose of the RARP program is to provide financial/technical resources to New York communities for the restoration and improvement of housing, commercial areas and public/community facilities in rural areas of the state. This program will provide grants to not for-profit organizations that have a direct interest in improving the health, safety and economic viability of a rural area or other aspects of the area environment that are related to community preservation or renewal activities. "The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program is a federally funded program authorized by Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. The CDBG Program is administered by the Office of Community Renewal (OCR) under the direction of the Housing Trust Fund Corporation (HTFC). NYS CDBG funds provide small communities and counties in New York State with a great opportunity to undertake activities that focus on community development needs such as creating or expanding job opportunities, providing safe affordable housing, and/or addressing local public infrastructure and public facilities issues. The primary statutory objective of the CDBG program is to develop viable communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment by expanding economic opportunities, principally for persons of low and moderate income." The New York Main Street (NYMS) program was formally established in Article 26 of New York State Private Housing Finance Law. The Urban Initiatives program is administered by the Office of Community Renewal (OCR) under the direction of the Housing Trust Fund Corporation (HTFC). NYMS funds are awarded to units of local government and not-for-profit organizations that are committed to revitalizing historic downtowns, mixed-use neighborhood commercial districts, and village centers. NYMS grants are avilable for targeted commercial/residential improvements such as facade renovations, interior commercial and residential building renovations, and streetscape enhancement projects. The New York Main Street (NYMS) program was formally established in Article 26 of New York State Private Housing Finance Law. The Urban Initiatives program is administered by the Office of Community Renewal (OCR) under the direction of the Housing Trust Fund Corporation (HTFC). NYMS funds are awarded to units of local government and not-for-profit organizations that are committed to revitalizing historic downtowns, mixed-use neighborhood commercial districts, and village centers. NYMS grants are avilable for targeted commercial/residential improvements such as facade renovations, interior commercial and residential building renovations, and streetscape enhancement projects. The Office of Community Renewal (OCR) and Housing Trust Fund Corporation (HTFC) have made up to $200,000 available for New York Main Street Technical Assistance (NYMS-TA) projects. The NYMS-TA projects must directly improve and organization and/or community's capacity of readiness to administer a future NYMS building renovation program.

Type of Funding

Resources Available

Rural Area Revitalization Projects (HCR RARP)

Grant

Up to $1.5 million

New York State Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)

Grant

Up to $25 million

New York Main Street Program (HCR NYMS)

Grant

Up to $2.2 million

New York Main Street Program (HCR NYMS)

Grant

Up to $2.2 million

New York Main Street - Technical Assistance (NYMS-TA)

Grant

Up to $200,000

Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (Parks)
The EPF provides matching grants on a competitive basis for the acquisition, planning, development, and improvements of parks, historic properties, and heritage areas located within the physical boundaries of the State of New York. P arks (PKS) is for the acquisition (A), development (D) and planning (P) of parks and recreational facilities to preserve, rehabilitate or restore lands, waters or structures for park, recreation or conservation purposes and for structural assessments or planning for such projects. Historic Preservation (HP) is to improve, protect, preserve, rehabilitatate, restore or acquire properties listed on the State or National Register of Historic Places and for structural assessments or planning for such projects. Heritage Areas System (HAS) is for projects to acquire, preserve, rehabilitate or restore lands, waters or structures, identified in the approved management plans for Heritage Areas designated under sections 33.03 and 33.05 of the Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Law, and for structural assessments or planning for such projects.

EPF Municipal Grants (Parks HAS-A; HAS-D; HAS-P; HP-A; HP-D; HP-P; PKS-A; PKS-D; PKS-P)

Grant

Up to $16 million

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Program

Program Description
Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (Parks)
The Recreational Trails Program provides funds to develop and maintain recreational trails for both motorized and non-motorized recreational trail use. Funding is available for the maintenance and restoration of existing recreational trails, development and rehabilitation of trailside and trailhead facilities and trail linkages for recreational trails, purchase and lease of recreational trail construction and maintenance equipment, construction of new recreational trails, and acquisition of easements and fee simple title to property for recreational trails or recreational trail corridors.

Type of Funding

Resources Available

Recreational Trail Federal Grants (Parks RTP)

Grant

Up to $3.1 million

Office of National and Community Service
The New York State Commission on National and Community Service, in partnership with the New York Department of State, will award AmeriCorps program grants to successful applicant organizations for the purpose of recruiting individuals who will serve as AmeriCorps members to address community needs in the priority area of Economic Opportunity through a service-based program

New York State AmeriCorps Program (ONCS Amer)

Grant

$1.5 million

Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA)
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Opportunities program provides federal SNAP Employment & Training (SNAP E&T) reimbursement funds to selected contractors to provide job preparation and retention services to permit recipients of SNAP benefits, particularly those residing in the Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) Opportunity Area (s), to obtain and maintain employment. Eligible expenses may include job readiness training, job skills training, education related to employment, job coaching, and other services related to successful job placement and retention. Contractors are expected to partner with employers, or are the employers themselves, to ensure program participants have employment opportunities.

SNAP Opportunities (OTDA SNAP)

SNAP benefits

Up to $3 million

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs offer New York businesses solutions to improve energy efficiency and save money through design, new construction, renovation, and process improvements to commercial and industrial buildings. The New Construction Program and Existing Facilities Program help building owners make informed decisions to design and renovate sustainable buildings. The FlexTech program can offer energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process Efficiency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing efficiency. NYSERDA’s Cleaner, Greener Communities (CGC) Program encourages communities to develop and implement regional sustainable growth strategies. Phase I of CGC provided funding to the 10 Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) regions in New York State (NYS) for the development of Regional Sustainability Plans. Through Phase II of CGC, NYSERDA is offering competitive grants for the implementation of innovative community-based projects that reduce current greenhouse gas emissions, create more resilient, sustainable communities, and position NYS to prepare for a cleaner future. Projects will stimulate environmentally sustainable economic growth consistent with the Phase I Regional Sustainability Plans and REDC Strategic Plans. Project types include large-scale sustainability projects as well as local planning and zoning efforts intended to enhance environmental, economic, and social well-being without degrading current or future natural, economic, and social resources.

Energy Efficeny Programs

Incentive

Up to $50 million

Cleaner, Greener Communities Phase II Implementaiton Grants (NYSERDA CGC)

Grant

Up to $30 million

Industrial Development Bond Cap (IDB CAP)
Industrial Development Bond Cap (IDB Cap) Up to $350 million from the Federal IDB Cap allocation will be available for State and local government issuers to sell tax exempt bonds for private projects that demonstrate a public purpose. Tax Exempt Bond Up to $350 million

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10 Regional Councils

Western New York: Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Niagara

Finger Lakes: Genesee: Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming, Yates Southern Tier: Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins Central New York: Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego Mohawk Valley: Fulton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Oneida, Otsego, Schoharie North Country: Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence

Capital Region: Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Warren, Washington Mid-Hudson: Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, Westchester New York City: Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond Long Island: Nassau, Suffolk

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Western New York

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WESTERN NY
$60.8 million awarded to 81 projects

CFA #
32439

County
Allegany

Applicant
Clark Patterson Lee

Project Title
Infrastructure Improvements

Description
Rushford's historic former elementary school will be preserved and redeveloped for senior housing and/or commercial offices. Allegany County will launch a "Comprehensive Planning School." Representative Teams (RTs) from each of the four municipalities will attend 15 classes of basic instruction on comprehensive planning content topics. At the end of the six-month course, each of the RTs will have compiled a local Comprehensive Plan that is suitable for adoption by their respective municipality. A consortium of regional business development organizations leveraging University at Buffalo’s award–winning technology Incubator to enhance and improve the business climate in Western New York. The Western New York Innovation Hot Spot will impact 20 reg The proposed Sustainable Advanced Manufacturing Center (SAMC) at the School of Applied Technology on Alfred State College's Wellsville campus will integrate Alfred State's existing machine tool, welding and drafting/CAD students in a highly energy efficie The Gowanda Area Redevelopment Corporation (GARC) plans to initiate park construction at the Peter Cooper Superfund Site. The result of the project, which will include parking lot construction, installation of asphalt walkway and perimeter cable fencing, and purchase and planting of landscape elements, will be a recreational park positioned on Cattaraugus Creek that will serve as the gateway to the Stateowned Zoar Valley Multiple Use Area and conservation site. This is a multi-phase restoration of the 1926 Hollywood Theater in the Gowanda Village Historic District. Once complete, it will be a regional multi-use facility for visual and performing arts. The re-opening of the historic theater will create jobs, enc

Agency/ Program
ESD Grants

Award
$300,000.00

27929

Allegany

Allegany County

Comprehensive Planning School

NYSERDA CGC2

$67,669.00

28193

Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Niagara

University at Buffalo

Western New York Innovation Hot Spot

ESD HSSP

$250,000.00

32053

Allegeny

Alfred State College

Sustainable Advanced Manufacturing Center

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

28722

Cattaraugus

Gowanda Area Redevelopment Corp

Gowanda Zoar Valley Gateway Park Phase 3

Parks PA

$500,000.00

26924

Cattaraugus

Gowandas Historic Hollywood Theater Ltd.

Historic Hollywood Theater

ESD Grants

$166,667.00

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Western New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
McHone Industries, Inc. of Salamanca will train 52 workers in ISO 9000:2008 (quality management systems standards), process mapping, documentation and quality manual development, plan documentation and quality manual, internal auditing, documentation rollout, management review, preliminary internal auditing, advanced management, guided application, audit preparation, pre-audit review, final system review, compliance audit, and final review. This $327,000 project will begin the second phase of redevelopment of 112 & 114 Main Street, the McNallie buildings, invigorating the anchor buildings of the already established NY Main Street target zone in downtown Randolph. The Town of Carrollton will complete an engineering report to evaluate the existing wastewater treatment and collection infrastructure for the Limestone Sewer District. The Town of Machias will complete an engineering report to consider options for providing a wastewater treatment and collection system for the Lime Lake Sewer District. The Village of Cattaraugus proposes to use $600,000 in NYS CDBG funds to install new water meters and upgrade the means of water collection. This project will benefit 1,166 persons, 600 or 51.5% of whom are low and moderate income. The Village of Little Valley will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades needed at the Village wastewater treatment plant. Formation and construction of the $30.4 million Northern Chautauqua County Water District. This infrastructure consolidation investment is anticipated to create 275 indirect jobs through construction positions and industrial users of the system. The Chautauqua County Department of Planning & Economic Development will prepare a Local Waterfront Revitalization Program (LWRP) for Northern Chautauqua County, including the City of Dunkirk; Villages of Silver Creek and Westfield; and Towns of Hanover, Sheridan, Pomfret, Dunkirk, Westfield, Ripley and Portland. The LWRP will provide a regional plan for the revitalization and protection of Lake Erie’s waterfront within Chautauqua County that utilizes and enhances the region’s unique natural and community assets while advancing economic development.

Agency/ Program

Award

31637

Cattaraugus

McHone Industries, Inc.

ISO 9000 Quality Management Systems Training

DOL EET

$25,900.00

28047

Cattaraugus

Randolph Area Community Development

McNallie Building Rehabilitation

ESD Grants

$65,493.00

32377

Cattaraugus

Town of Carrollton

Town of Carrollton Limestone Sewer District Engineering Report Town of Machias Lime Lake Sewer District Engineering Report Village of Cattaraugus Emergency Water System Improvements Village of Little Valley Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$18,000.00

30510

Cattaraugus

Town of Machias

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

31143

Cattaraugus

Village of Cattaraugus

HCR CDBGPI

$600,000.00

28734

Cattaraugus

Village of Little Valley

DEC EPGP

$20,000.00

27276

Chautauqua

Chautauqua County

Chatauqua Regional Water District

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

25697

Chautauqua

Chautauqua County

Northern Chautauqua County Local Waterfront Revitalization Program

DOS LWRP

$65,000.00

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Western New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The City of Dunkirk will work to reconstruct the Lakefront Boulevard Seawall and redevelop Lakefront Boulevard. The existing road and seawall are important for recreational uses, the support of city water and sewer lines, and for access to the main entrance to the city’s Waste Water Treatment Plant, but they have become severely deteriorated. Their reconstruction will allow increased lakefront recreational opportunities. The City of Dunkirk will reconstruct the Lakefront Boulevard Seawall and redevelop Lakefront Boulevard into a tourist attraction. The existing concrete seawall is over 80 years old and has become severely deteriorated and is in need of replacement. The multi-phase Greater Jamestown Riverwalk Trail construction and continuation project is designed to create connectivity in the city with the development of new concrete sidewalk paths, branded signage trail markers, scenic vistas of the Chadakoin River with a picnic grove, playground equipment, and informational kiosks. The Lake Effect Trailbreakers Snowmobile Club of Chautauqua County will purchase a trail groomer to effectively maintain their snowmobile trail system. Reg Lenna Civic Center is a 1269 seat historic theater in the heart of downtown Jamestown, currently undergoing a renaissance. The Reg, Lucille Ball - Desi Arnez Museum, the Robert H. Jackson Center, the newly renovated Jamestown Gateway Train Station and Infinity Visual and Performing Arts Center are working together to bring more people into Jamestown to eat, play and stay. By being able to offer a wide variety of programming the Reg contributes to the overall success of the revitalization of Jamestown. The Village of Celoron will update its zoning code to attract appropriate waterfront development and design public access and recreation improvements to Lucille Ball Memorial Park on Chautauqua Lake, including a new waterfront trail and kayak/ canoe launch. The Westfield Academy and Central School District, and the Brocton Central School District, will receive funding to assist with expenses related to the recent school consolidation vote. These funds will reimburse the schools for referendum expenses including legal notices, public outreach, and development and dissemination of public information. Chautauqua Lake Snowmobile Club is located in Chautauqua County, a county widely visited for snowmobiling with 400+ miles of state funded trails. With grant funds, the club will purchase a new groomer to help double the hours for available grooming and improve trail maintenance for smoother and safer trails.

Agency/ Program

Award

30205

Chautauqua

City of Dunkirk

Dunkirk Seawall and Lake Front Boulevard

Parks PA

$449,620.00

30205

Chautauqua

City of Dunkirk

Dunkirk Seawall and Lake Front Boulevard

ESD Grants

$341,000.00

26761

Chautauqua

City of Jamestown

Jamestown Parks Improvements at Panzarella Park, Scenic Vista and McCrea Point

Parks PA

$499,955.00

30439

Chautauqua

Lake Effect Trailbreakers

Groomer Grant

Parks RTP

$192,000.00

32161

Chautauqua

Reg Lenna Civic Center, Inc.

Digital Projection System

Arts DFPCP

$75,000.00

31681

Chautauqua

Village of Celoron

Improvements to Lucille Ball Memorial Park

DOS LWRP

$82,845.00

29831

Chautauqua

Westfield Academy and Central School

Centralization Referendum Assistance for Brocton and Westfield Schools

DOS LGE

$13,500.00

26878

Chautauqua

Chautauqua Lake Snowmobile Club, Inc.

New Groomer Project

Parks RTP

$139,600.00

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Western New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title
Chautauqua County Wastewater Consolidation Study

Description
The South and Center Chautauqua Lake Sewer District will complete an engineering report to determine the feasibility of consolidating the North Chautauqua Lake Sewer District and the Chautauqua Utility District with the South and Center Chautauqua Lake Se Jamestown Community College will train 21 long-term unemployed workers as machinists, including math and reading, OSHA 10 Hour, lean manufacturing, engineering drawings and AutoCAD, machine theory and operation, mathematics for machinists, computerized numerical control, manufacturing drawings, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, and machine tool technology. Construction of a plant that will produce white pigments in a currently empty plant in Lackawanna, NY. Baker Hall dba Baker Victory Services of Lackawanna will train 49 workers in Eyes for Waste, lean manufacturing, Certified Lean Professional, root cause analysis and corrective action, and value stream mapping. Purchase of M&E to recycle water and silt material from the manufacturing process. The project is in partnership with Erie County IDA. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Buffalo will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to renovate the Butler Mitchell Clubhouse building, on Massachusetts Avenue in Buffalo. Buffalo Arts and Technology Center, Inc. will train 36 long-term unemployed workers in pharmacy technician preparation, medical coding, volunteering, communications, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, computers, encoder software, current procedural terminology coding, health information management, International Classification of Diseases - 10 coding, pathophysiology, internship, and externship. BNSC/Vision Niagara will use $20,000 in New York Main Street Technical Assistance funds to complete feasibility studies for reuse of four properties in the City of Buffalo's Niagara/Breckenridge Neighborhood. The study will evaluate eligibility for a national register historic preservation district, and study appropriate streetscape improvements. The BNMC Green Commons project involves the adaptive reuse of vacant historic buildings for an Integrated Mobility Hub, energy efficient commercial spaces, and creation of a model home that demonstrates how to make energy improvements to existing buildings practical and tangible.

Agency/ Program

Award

31916

Chautauqua

South and Center Chautauqua Lake Sewer District

DEC EPGP

$50,000.00

28709

Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany

Jamestown Community College

Machinist Training

DOL UWT

$99,900.00

29557

Erie

AlSher Pigments Inc.

Pigment Production Expansion Lean Manufacturing Training

ESD EJP

$1,000,000.00

31527

Erie

Baker Hall dba Baker Victory Services

DOL EET

$10,450.00

28006

Erie

Boston Valley Terra Cotta

Boston Valley Pottery

ESD EIPCAP

$157,500.00

28486

Erie

Boys & Girls Clubs of Buffalo, Inc.

Boys Girls Clubs of Buffalo Inc

HCR UI

$150,000.00

28951

Erie

Buffalo Arts and Technology Center, Inc.

Healthcare Office and Delivery Training

DOL UWT

$100,000.00

32390

Erie

Buffalo Neighborhood Stabilization Company

BNSC Vision Niagara Feasibility Study

HCR NYMSTA

$20,000.00

29390

Erie

Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Inc

Transit Hub In Buffalo

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,000,000.00

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Western New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra will bring a semi-staged performance of Béla Bartók’s one-act opera "Bluebeard's Castle" to Kleinhans Music Hall in August, 2014. This performance is expected to draw audiences from far and wide making Buffalo a tourist destination that showcases the orchestra, Kleinhans Music Hall, and Buffalo. Buffalo Urban League pre-training program for manufacturing, in accordance with Advance Buffalo will partner with local educational institutions to provide training for unemployed individuals for careers in advanced manufacturing. Buffalo Urban League, Inc. will train 40 long-term unemployed workers in basic skills instruction, life skills, orientation to manufacturing industry, 10-hour OSHA safety, wellness and conditioning, manufacturing tools, blueprint reading, shop math and basic math, introduction to lean manufacturing, and the National Work Readiness Credential. Buffalo Wire Works Company, Inc. will train 27 workers in value stream mapping, Eyes for Waste, Certified Lean Professional, and root cause analysis and corrective action. The Burchfield Penney Art Center requests funding to support the development and marketing of a traveling exhibitions program .These funds will help the program become self-funding in 3 to 4 years. Burchfield Penney will also hire two new full-time and one part-time staff positions in the highly competitive and desirable arts field. The goal of this project is to restore the Main Concourse, of the National Landmark, the Center for Restoration Arts & Sciences for additional cultural and educational tourism and event opportunities to enhance overall tourism in collaboration with other venues in the Western New York Region. City of Buffalo Board of Education will train 25 long-term unemployed workers in advanced welding. The City of Lackawanna will update its Local Waterfront Revitalization Program, adopted in 1989. The amended LWRP will include a review of the existing waterfront area, inventory existing conditions, update program policies, identify appropriate proposed land and water uses and projects, and revise local laws to implement the program. The City of Lackawanna will develop a Comprehensive Plan incorporating green innovations as a way to revitalize and create economic opportunities. Simultaneously, the City is also creating a new Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan (LWRP) to help restore the natural environment and create a plan for the revitalization of the City's waterfront, which has been privately owned and inaccessible to residents for more than 100 years.

Agency/ Program

Award

29834

Erie

Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra

Kleinhans Music Hall

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

32611

Erie

Buffalo Urban League

Moving Generations Forward

ESD OA

$100,000.00

32611

Erie

Buffalo Urban League, Inc.

Manufacturing Industry Skills Training

DOL UWT

$100,000.00

31659

Erie

Buffalo Wire Works Company, Inc.

Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$15,164.00

30189

Erie

Burchfield Penney Art Center

Traveling Exhibitions Funding

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

27534

Erie

Central Terminal Restoration Corporation

Center for Restoration Arts Sciences

ESD MNY

$30,000.00

31559

Erie

City of Buffalo Board of Education

Advanced Welding Training

DOL UWT

$90,000.00

27923

Erie

City of Lackawanna

City of Lackawanna Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Update

DOS LWRP

$30,000.00

27923

Erie

City of Lackawanna

Comprehensive Plan Development

NYSERDA CGC2

$60,000.00

14

Western New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Doolli, Inc. is developing a cloud-based next generation infrastructure software company that will enable users to rapidly create apps that help build, manage, creatively publish, share and index multimedia databases that will be instantly searchable by other users and available across all platforms. Erie 1 BOCES of West Seneca will train 36 long-term unemployed workers in mechanical drives, pipefitting, sheet metal, hydraulics, pneumatics, machining, blueprint reading, OSHA Safety, National Work Readiness Credential, welding essentials, advanced SMAW welding, MIG and Fluxcore, and TIG welding. Erie Community College will train 20 long-term unemployed workers as industrial mechanical technicians, including millwrighting, basic and intermediate math, blueprint reading, physics, hydraulics, pneumatics, and mechanical power transmission. Project Fresh Start is a jobs skills development program for Domestic Violence Survivors within the city of Buffalo, NY and Erie County. This project will work with Domestic Violence Survivors to help them envision, plan for and begin to implement small businesses. Some participants will enroll in the entrepreneurial phase while others will receive career readiness training, assessment, educational brokering, job placement and wraparound assistance and support. Evolution Dental Science LLC of Cheektowaga will train 20 workers in planning-design-milling-manufacture of dental products, dental digital technology, AvaDent technology, digital dental workflow, digital intraoral scanner, products and applications for intraoral scanning, lab practical/AvaDent digital denture process, and Global Positioning System and digital transportation. The Graycliff Estate will create architectural drawings and specifications to restore the Second Floor of the Isabelle R. Martin House on the Graycliff Estate, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It will advance restoration of the Graycliff Estate, a major tourism asset in Western New York. This project will initially create planning jobs, then additional jobs in construction, and finally and permanently, tourism related jobs and economic development for the region. The Hamburg Development Corporation will use $100,000 in NYMS funds to assist the owners of mixed-use buildings to complete commercial and residential renovation projects in the Village of Blasdell.

Agency/ Program

Award

27744

Erie

Doolli Inc.

Infrastructure Software Business

ESD EJP

$2,100,000.00

26875

Erie

Erie 1 BOCES

Advanced Manufacturing Training

DOL UWT

$100,000.00

30869

Erie

Erie Community College

Industrial Mechanical Technician Training

DOL UWT

$88,800.00

31399

Erie

Everywoman Opportunity Center

Domestic Violence Survivors Employment Program

DOS CSBG

$93,355.00

29823

Erie

Evolution Dental Science LLC

Dental Clinical Technician Training

DOL EET

$51,600.00

30004

Erie

Graycliff Conservancy Inc

Martin House Restoration

Arts CHPG

$50,000.00

28625

Erie

Hamburg Development Corporation

Village of Blasdell Main Street

HCR NYMS

$100,000.00

15

Western New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Just Buffalo Literary Center will launch an after-school writing center in Buffalo. The "Just Buffalo’s Writing Center” will include year-round after-school writing workshops, an on-site Writer-in-Residence and a blog and printed anthology of student’s work, along with a variety of other programs. As the region’s first after-school program focused solely on writing, this program will enhance educational reform and engage Buffalo’s most at-risk youth. K-Technologies, Inc. of Buffalo will train 32 workers in polymeric applications, operations/inspection, soldering, electronic assemblies, cable and wire harnesses, repair/rework, blueprint reading, shop math/ metrology, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, explosives handling, cleanroom protocol, Six Sigma Green Belt process improvement, Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, contract administration, lean manufacturing, AS9100 (quality management systems for aviation/defense), and internal auditing. This final major phase of interior restoration work at the Darwin D. Martin House, a A National Historic Landmark in Buffalo designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 20th century, will complete the authentic trim and finishes of the house. A fully rest This study will recommend service adjustments and capital projects to address existing and near-term development and attractions for the Cobblestone and Canalside Districts and transit demand generators along the Metro Rail line. The project primarily is a building expansion and new equipment acquisition that will double existing capacity. Rolite Mfg., Inc. of Lancaster will train 14 workers in transfer press operation, auto lines, stamping, roll mill operation, SmartPac, and slitter operation. Rolite Mfg., Inc. of Lancaster will train 2 long-term unemployed workers in transfer press operation, stamping, roll mill operation, and slitter operation. Rolite Mfg., Inc. of Lancaster will provide on-the-job training for 6 newly-hired workers in transfer press operation, auto lines, stamping, roll mill operation, SmartPac, and slitter operation. The Community Action Organization of Erie County, Inc. will provide on-the-job certification training for 25 newly-hired workers in family development, mandated reporting, financial social work, computers, and school-aged child care. Renovation of a 100 unit senior living complex in Amherst The Town of Eden will work with the Erie County Water Authority to develop a plan for consolidation of water services. This planning project will identify and quantify redundancies in services and then determine a means of eliminating duplication to the benefit of taxpayers.

Agency/ Program

Award

32380

Erie

Just Buffalo Literary Center Inc

Just Buffalo Literary Center

Arts CHPG

$55,500.00

31710

Erie

K-Technologies, Inc.

Lean and Advanced Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$55,577.00

31018

Erie

Martin House Restoration Corporation

Martin House Interior Restoration

ESD Grants

$375,000.00

28627

Erie

Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA)

Enhanced Metro Rail Evaluation

ESD SPFS

$40,000.00

30245

Erie

Rigidized Metals

Capacity Expansion Project Production Machine Operation Training Production Machine Operation Training Production Machine Operation Training

ESD EJP

$900,000.00

32230

Erie

Rolite Mfg., Inc.

DOL EET

$8,320.00

32230

Erie

Rolite Mfg., Inc.

DOL UWT

$1,860.00

32230

Erie

Rolite Mfg., Inc.

DOL NHT

$2,820.00

32201

Erie

The Community Action Organization of Erie County, Inc.

Family Development and Child Care Training Renovation of an Assisted Living Facility Town of Eden and Erie County Water Authority Water System Consolidation

DOL NHT

$40,050.00

30853

Erie

Town of Amherst

ESD IDBC

$7,500,000.00

30526

Erie

Town of Eden

DOS LGE

$25,000.00

16

Western New York
CFA #
32303

County
Erie

Applicant
Triad Recycling and Energy Corp

Project Title
Triad Recycling

Description
Purchase of M&E to expand the company's recycled asphalt roofing shingle processing capacity. The project is in partnership with Erie County IDA. UB's Center for Computational Research (CCR) proposes to expand its high performance computing and data analytics resource to provide Western New York industry and organizations with on-demand, immediate access to advanced computing and storage infrastructure. The University District Community Development Association will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to renovate the Uptown Theater, on Bailey Avenue in the City of Buffalo's Kensington-Bailey Business District. The Village of Alden will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades to the Village wastewater treatment and collection system. The Village of Depew will complete an engineering report to evaluate inflow and infiltration issues within the existing collection system. The Village of Lancaster will use $100,000 in NYMS grant funds to assist the owners of mixed-use buildings to complete commercial and residential renovation projects. The Lancaster Community Development Corporation and local property owners will provide matching funds. The Village of Williamsville will use GIGP funds to install bioretention, rain gardens, and a green wall as part of the reconstruction of Spring Street. This project will significantly reduce existing erosion and sedimentation observed in nearby Glen Park. The Village of Williamsville will complete an implementation and construction plan to consolidate its water supply services. The project aims to transfer water system ownership to the Erie County Water Authority (ECWA) and discontinue the operation and maintenance by the Village Public Works Department. This consolidation will require a significant capital investment on the part of the Village to bring the System up to current ECWA standards. The scope of this project is to study Inflow and Infiltration into the Village of Williamsville sanitary sewer system. By reducing flows to the WWTP the village will reduce the cost to the Village taxpayer that pays for treatment.

Agency/ Program
ESD EIPCAP

Award
$330,000.00

30142

Erie

University at Buffalo

Computing Infrastructure

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

29436

ERIE

University District Community Development Association Inc

Uptown Theater Project

HCR UI

$150,000.00

26984

Erie

Village of Alden

Village of Alden Wastewater Engineering Study Village of Depew Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

31534

Erie

Village of Depew

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

31775

Erie

Village of Lancaster

Downtown Lancaster Revitalization Program

HCR NYMS

$100,000.00

29677

Erie

Village of Williamsville

Spring Street Green Reconstruction

EFC GIGP

$799,160.00

30470

Erie

Village of Williamsville

Village of Williamsville and Erie County Water Authority Water System Consolidation

DOS LGE

$400,000.00

31530

Erie

Village of Williamsville

Williamsville INI Study

ESD SPFS

$18,550.00

17

Western New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The mission of the National Garden Festival (NGF) is to market Buffalo as a horticultural tourism destination. This project looks to broaden and deepen the impact of the Festival by building a sustained consumer marketing and advertising campaign for the summer of 2014 event, that will bring this unique event to the attention of cultural and heritage travelers throughout the world who routinely make gardens a part of their travel plans. Squeaky Wheel will upgrade and expand its Digital Media Lab through the purchase of digital SLR cameras & lenses, MacBook Pro Laptops, and various mobile devices. These acquisitions will allow Squeaky Wheel to meet increased requests for digital media tools & training. This project will provide valuable access and educational opportunities resulting in job training, job creation, and community revitalization for diverse communities and populations in Western New York. Buffalo is in the process of completing the Buffalo Green Code, which includes a comprehensive update of the city's 60-year old zoning code. The Green Code will be a form- based code that will reinforce smart growth principles. The Green Code Implementation Project will advance the new code from an adopted set of regulations to a development regulatory system. The project is a multi-component program to train various stakeholders on the Green Code and to develop print and webbased materials. MusicalFare Theater will purchase theatrical sound and lighting equipment for its new cabaret stage/space, as well as a curtain system for full blackout when needed. This space provides a unique programming opportunity, increasing entertainment offerings in Amherst, expanding revenue streams and creating new jobs for the community. The Roycroft Campus, the best preserved Center for the Arts and Crafts Movement in America, will purchase and restore the Print Shop building as its next preservation goal. Built in 1901, the Print Shop was the final location of printing and binding on the Campus. Once acquired, it will bring the artisans back to the Campus by providing space for work, demonstrations, exhibits, and teaching, which will potentially raise $125,000 in earned revenue annually The Newstead Recreational Trails Expansion Project will add 7,500 feet of new accessible paved pathway to Newstead's popular recreational trails system. The proposed trail expansion will be constructed along a segment of the abandoned Canandaigua and Niagara Falls Railroad and will connect existing trails with the town park and expansive Akron Falls Park, allowing the region to enjoy a more comprehensive, cohesive system that unites area resources.

Agency/ Program

Award

31492

Erie

Visit Buffalo Niagara

National Garden Festival

ESD MNY

$50,000.00

28309

Erie

Buffalo Media Resources aka Squeaky Wheel

Equipment for Digital Media Lab

Arts APCE

$22,314.00

30922

Erie

City of Buffalo

Buffalo Green Code Implementation Project

NYSERDA CGC2

$125,000.00

28196

Erie

MusicalFare Theatre

Theatrical Sound and Lighting Packages and Curtains

Arts APCE

$15,081.00

31545

Erie

Roycroft Campus Corporation

Roycroft Campus Print Shop Acquisition

Arts CHPG

$50,000.00

27819

Erie

Town of Newstead

Newstead Recreational Trail Expansion Project

Parks RTP

$200,000.00

18

Western New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Service Collaborative of Western NY AmeriCorps Program will provide financial literacy services to economically disadvantaged adults in Erie, Niagara, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Allegheny counties. Twenty-one AmeriCorps members will recruit 400 community volunteers to provide training to 2,100 economically disadvantaged adults in the areas of banking, credit and saving based on nationally regarded finance programs. The program model is designed to move individuals from poverty, through initial employment, to self-sufficiency, and eventual to asset building. This funding will make it possible to restore a treasured historic cultural resource in North Tonawanda, a Canal Gateway Community. Restoration of the Allan Herschell Office Building – part of a historic complex comprising the Herschell Carousel Factory Museum, which interprets the operation and contributions of the company to family recreation in the United States -- will include the insertion of a new foundation, reconstruction of the original roof line, windows, doors, siding, mechanical systems, plumbing, painting, and other site improvements. This $269,000 restoration of the original Allan Herschell Company office building in North Tonawanda will complete the restoration of Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum complex. The Niagara Falls "Trades Job Training Facility" Project will renovate a vacant, city-owned commercial structure at 3712 Highland Avenue, and create a trades employment center for The Isaiah 61 Project. This project will return a dilapidated structure to Through the Erie Canal Bike Path Extension project, the City of North Tonawanda will design and construct a pedestrian/ bicycle path along the historic Erie Canal in the City of North Tonawanda. The new path – which will connect Mayor’s Park, a municipal waterfront park, with the terminus of the existing path at the intersection of Payne Avenue and Sweeney Street – will add approximately 1.1 miles of publicly accessible waterfront path and will give the city the opportunity to continue the path in future stages to other city amenities The City of North Tonawanda will design and construct improvements to the central and southern marina basins at Gratwick Park Marina along the Niagara River. Improvements will include removal of dilapidated existing docks, repair of failing bulkhead, dredging, new docks and utilities, boardwalk, lighting, landscaping, paving, and signage.

Agency/ Program

Award

31526

Erie, Niagara, Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua

The Service Collaborative of WNY, Inc.

The Service Collaborative of Western NY Opportunity Corps AmeriCorps Program

ONCS Amer

$245,011.00

26593

Niagara

Carousel Society of the Niagara Frontier

Allan Herschell Office Building

Canals

$134,450.00

26593

Niagara

Carousel Society of the Niagara Frontier

Allan Herschell Office Building

ESD Grants

$134,000.00

32533

Niagara

City of Niagara Falls

Trades Job Training Facility

ESD Grants

$132,000.00

29179

Niagara

City of North Tonawanda

Erie Canal Bike Path Extension

Canals

$144,707.00

28377

Niagara

City of North Tonawanda

Gratwick Marina Redevelopment

DOS LWRP

$208,125.00

19

Western New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Lockport Ice Arena and Sports Center is a planned two-pad hockey arena with related retail support services to be located in the heart of the City's downtown. The project will demolish a long vacant supermarket and invest $11 million in capital costs. Lumber City Development Corp. will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist owners of mixed-use buildings on Oliver Street in the City of North Tonawanda to complete residential and commercial renovation projects. The Historic Riviera Theatre, built in 1926 in North Tonawanda is listed on the National and State registrar of historic places; home to the original Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ. The project will install a new digital projector, lamp, power supply, server, electrical upgrades and provide staff training. Original 35mm ARC projectors will be preserved within the location of the Riviera for historic and education purposes. The Riviera held 176 events, hosted 100,000 patrons and created 10 jobs directly. Over the past seven years 11 new bars and restaurants have opened around the Riviera. TAM Ceramics will partner with ReNew for the purpose of reclaiming valuable earth materials from components containing the rare earths, such as magnets, and selling the rare earth materials back into various markets. The Town of Porter will prepare a draft Local Waterfront Revitalization Program for its Lower Niagara River and Lake Ontario waterfronts to provide a comprehensive approach to waterfront planning and development in the Town. The Village of Lewiston will update its Local Waterfront Revitalization Program, adopted in 1989, to address land use and development issues along the waterfront and business district. Niagara County Community College will train 60 long-term unemployed workers in customer service, training for intervention procedures, restaurant server, ServSafe, and security pre-service. Niagara Tourism and Convention Corporation, Visit Buffalo Niagara, Chautauqua County Visitor’s Bureau, Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce, Cattaraugus County and the Allegany County Chamber of Commerce make up a consortium representing the five counties of Western New York. This project would create a new brand for the five county region based on sound research of who the existing visitor is, perception of our region from desired markets, and other factors

Agency/ Program

Award

31014

Niagara

Lockport Ice Arena and Sports Center Inc

Lockport Ice Arena

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

28609

Niagara

Lumber City Development Corporation

Oliver Street Revitalization

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

31368

Niagara

Riviera Theatre and Organ Preservation Society, Inc.

Digital Conversion Project

Arts DFPCP

$42,343.00

30330

Niagara

TAM Ceramics

Rare Earth Recycling

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

28432

Niagara

Town of Porter

Town of Porter Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Village of Lewiston Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Update

DOS LWRP

$34,250.00

28429

Niagara

Village of Lewiston

DOS LWRP

$20,250.00

31170

Niagara, Erie

Niagara County Community College

Operational Skills Training

DOL UWT

$25,397.00

32295

Niagara, Erie, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany

Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation

WNY Branding Plan

ESD MNY

$300,000.00

20

Western New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Community Renewal will make funding available to eligible municipalities for Housing Rehabilitation, Public Infrastructure, Public Facilities and Economic Development activities for the benefit of low to moderateincome individuals. Federal Industrial Development Bond (IDB) Cap will be made available for state and local government issuers to sell tax-exempt bonds for eligible economic development, infrastructure and community revitalization efforts. NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs offer New York businesses solutions to improve energy efficiency and save money through design, new construction, renovation, and process improvements to commercial and industrial buildings. The New Construction Program and Existing Facilities Program help building owners make informed decisions to design and renovate sustainable buildings. The FlexTech program can offer energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process Efficiency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing efficiency.

Agency/ Program

Award

Community Renewal Fund

HCR CRF

$2,000,000.00

Low Cost Economic Development Financing

ESD IDBC

$30,000,000.00

NYSERDA Energy Efficiency Projects

NYSERDA EE

$2,458,217.00

21

Finger Lakes

22

FINGER LAKES
$59.8 million awarded to 86 projects

CFA #

County
Allegheny, Cattaraugus Chautauqua, Erie Genesee, Niagara Orleans, Wyoming

Applicant

Project Title
Regional Niagara River Lake Erie Watershed Management Plan Phase 2

Description
Erie County, in partnership with Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper and Lake Erie Watershed Protection Alliance (LEWPA), will prepare The Regional Niagara River/Lake Erie Watershed Management Plan-Phase 2 continuing and expanding this communitybased watershed planning effort. The Batavia Business Improvement District Management Association will use $150,000 in Rural Area Revitalization Projects funding to provide elevator access in three buildings in downtown Batavia. Genesee Biogas will design, build and operate a biogas plant to support the Genesee Valley Agri-Business Park in Batavia (Ag Park), Genesee County, NY. The plant will convert organic waste streams produced by dairy farms and other agricultural and food processers in and around the Ag Park and the region into renewable energy for use by park tenants and regional industry. Plant expansion and machienry purchase by optics company in rural Genesee Co. The Green Genesee/Smart Genesee (GGSG) Project will result in a county sustainable growth strategy facilitating energy savings and efficiency, renewable energy options, reduction of GHG emissions and integration of environmental resiliency into comprehensive plans and zoning ordinances of four municipalities. Deliverables include: sustainability/ ecological network maps, implementation plans, energy assessments, and strategic plans and priorities. The Town of Batavia will complete an engineering report to evaluate the capacity of the existing wastewater collection system. The Village of Oakfield will complete an engineering report to identify inflow and infiltration locations within the existing wastewater collection system.

Agency/ Program
DOS LWRP

Award
$507,830.00

29731

Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper

31495

Genesee

Batavia Business Improvement District

Downtown Revitalization

HCR RARP

$150,000.00

26970

Genesee

CH4 Biogas LLC

Biogas Plant

NYSERDA CGC3

$2,000,000.00

27149

Genesee

Syntec Technologies Inc

Syntec Optics

ESD EJP

$300,000.00

31078

Genesee

Town of Batavia

Green Genesee/ Smart Genesee (GGSG) Project

NYSERDA CGC2

$175,000.00

27625

Genesee

Town of Batavia

Town of Batavia Sanitary Sewer Capacity Upgrade Alternative Analysis Village of Oakfield Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Survey

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

31365

Genesee

Village of Oakfield

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

23

Finger Lakes
CFA # County
Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming, Yaes Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming, Yates

Applicant

Project Title

Description
PTNY will undertake a multi-faceted, targeted marketing campaign to attract national and international cyclists and adventure travelers to the 365- mile Erie Canalway Trail extending across 14 New York State counties.

Agency/ Program

Award

30026

Parks & Trails New York

Erie Canalway Trail Shuttle Pilot

ESD MNY

$80,000.00

29739

High Tech Rochester Inc.

Finger Lakes Innovation Hot Spot

A strategic partnership between High Tech Rochester, Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester to leverage each partner’s strengths to improve the breadth of services to all entrepreneurial activities in the Finger Lakes Region. T This four county project will add culinary traditions to farmers markets and other agrarian, horticultural and rustic events. The initiative will expose market and festival goers to traditional foods and local chefs. By adding value to farmers markets, the program ensures there will be repeat attendance and increased interest. The Livingston County Development Corporation will use $150,000 in Rural Area Revitalization Projects funding to renovate the Riviera Theater in the Village of Geneseo for use as a community arts center. Geneseo manufacturer will invest in machinery and add jobs. The Village of Avon will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades to the existing wastewater treatment plant. The Village of Geneseo will complete an engineering report to evaluate the existing wastewater treatment plant for expected future upgrades. Through collaboration with SUNY Geneseo, Genesee Valley Council on the Arts will hire two interns to assist in completing a web-based arts and cultural information access project. This creates jobs and provides on-the-job skill-building for local college students. The Livingston County Water and Sewer Authority will complete an engineering report for the Lakeville wastewater treatment plant evaluating options for upgrading the existing facility or conveying wastewater effluent to the Village of Avon wastewater trea

ESD HSSP

$250,000.00

31453

Genesee, Livingston, Orleans, Wyoming

Arts Council for Wyoming County

Farmers Food and Folkways

Arts CHPG

$62,050.00

31833

Livingston

Livingston County Development Corporation

Riviera Theater Renovation Project Machinery Purchase and Business Expansion Village of Avon Wastewater Engineering Study Village of Geneseo Wastewater Engineering Study

HCR RARP

$150,000.00

28737

Livingston

PPI Corp.

ESD EJP

$100,000.00

27283

Livingston

Village of Avon

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

30675

Livingston

Village of Geneseo

DEC EPGP

$24,800.00

31929

Livingston County

Genesee Valley Council on the Arts

Internship Funding

Arts IWDP

$2,800.00

27967

Livingston County

Livingston County Water and Sewer Authority

Livingston County Water and Sewer Authority Wastewater Engineering Study for Lakeville Wastewater Facility

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

24

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
This project will create a Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Springwater. The planning process will consist of a thorough review of existing planning and land use documents and community visioning. The final deliverable is a Comprehensive Plan document that will guide future decision-making in the Town of Springwater, while encouraging sustainable development and an awareness of valuable environmental assets. Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency of Rochester will provide on-the-job training for 6 newly-hired workers in blood pressure advocacy, management, community engagement, and clinical engagement. The Friends of Letchworth State Park will repair and repoint two Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)-built stone chimneys in the Park and install thematic signage to provide historic interpretation and directions to artifacts. The project is part of a larger on-going effort to preserve the CCC legacy and to increase public awareness and understanding of the great contributions the Corps made to New York State Parks. PathStone Development Corporation (PDC) will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to make improvements to eight buildings containing affordable housing units in the Marketview Heights neighborhood in the City of Rochester. Phase 1 of the project will take place at Arnold Magnetic Technologies’ existing facility in Rochester where new equipment will allow for pre-production quantities of complete motors to be fabricated. Phase 2 of the project will establish a production facility for volume manufacturing. Eastman Business Park is a desired location for this manufacturing facility as it would advance the energy storage/energy innovation ecosystem that is growing at the Park. The Wegmans LPGA Championship is the premier women's professional golf tournament in the world. It will be held in the Finger Lakes region in August, 2014 at the prestigious Monroe Golf Club in Monroe County. The net proceeds of the event all go to agencies that help at risk children in the city of Rochester graduate from high school. The City of Rochester will create a revision to its Comprehensive Plan addressing sustainability. The Plan revision is intended to save energy, increase the use of renewable energy, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This project will be a completed City of Rochester Climate Action Plan adopted as an update to the City's Comprehensive Plan.

Agency/ Program

Award

29614

Livingston County

Town of Springwater

Comprehensive Plan Creation

NYSERDA CGC2

$50,000.00

31416

Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, Yates

Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency

Blood Pressure Advocate and Clinical Engagement Specialist Training

DOL NHT

$4,034.00

29209

Livingston, Wyoming

Friends of Letchworth State Park

Park Improvements

Parks HPA

$16,200.00

27435

Monore

PathStone Development Corporation

Niagara Place

HCR UI

$150,000.00

30227

Monroe

Arnold Magnetic Technologies

Arnold Magnetic Technologies Expansion

ESD EJP

$2,000,000.00

29220

Monroe

Childrens Success Fund LLC

Wegmans LPGA Championship

ESD MNY

$250,000.00

28144

Monroe

City of Rochester

Comprehensive Plan Revision

NYSERDA CGC2

$100,000.00

25

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The City of Rochester will construct a public promenade along the Genesee River with a pedestrian ramp to connect to the Court Street Bridge, renovate the Johnson Seymour Mill Race and River Wall and install educational signage. The promenade will establish a connection to the larger Genesee Gateway Trail System. Redevelopment of a City of Rochesterowned public marketplace primarily for food and agriculture products. When complete, the Rochester Public Market plan will increase vendor sales by more than $8 million annually while creating 291 jobs and $177 millio Coopervision, Inc. of Scottsville will train 107 workers in Microsoft Excel, technical writing, Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt (process improvement), Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, project management, and statistical process control. Friends of the GardenAerial (FoGA) will reinterpret Rochester’s 300-foot long mill race, constructed in 1992 as an educational tool for the High Falls Heritage Area. The project includes an ecological gardenscape, with historic interpretation of a mill race’s features and function in the 1992 mill race, as well as a rain garden designed to remove pollutants and contribute to stormwater management for the Brown’s Race Historic District. Friends of the GardenAerial will deliver its 4th annual Greentopia Festival in High Falls, NY to 50,000 attendees. The six day festival displays the crucial role the arts play in the sustainability through film screenings, musical performances, design competitions and exhibitions, and a community summit. Since 2011, Greentopia has grown, as a major arts and ecological tourism event in the Finger Lakes Region. The purchase of high density mobile art storage systems will allow the Genesee Country Museum to finalize the rehousing of its important collections in an environmentally controlled, dedicated space. Once professionally preserved, the collections can be made more accessible. As the only museum in western New York that regularly exhibits and interprets costumes, the Genesee Country Museum is poised to become a regional study center for costume studies.

Agency/ Program

Award

32164

Monroe

City of Rochester

Promenade at Erie Harbor Construction

DOS LWRP

$1,200,000.00

30079

Monroe

City of Rochester

Public Market Master Plan Implementation

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

30848

Monroe

Coopervision, Inc.

Operational Skills Training

DOL EET

$53,974.00

26926

Monroe

Friends of the GardenAerial

GardenAerial

Parks HASA

$500,000.00

27603

Monroe

Friends of the GardenAerial

High Hills Arts Festival

Arts CHPG

$100,000.00

31646

Monroe

Genesee Country Museum

High Density Mobile Art Storage System

Arts APCE

$39,140.00

26

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
George Eastman House, built 1902-1905, is one of only two National Historic Landmarks in the City of Rochester. As time has passed and weather damage has impacted the structural integrity of the historic site, it is clear that structural restoration efforts are needed. A Historic Site Conditions Survey will be developed to identify building systems and areas that may be deficient, describe how such deficiencies may affect future maintenance requirements, and lay out a plan for improvements. Geva Theatre Center is initiating major capital improvements that will transform National Historically Significant Building of the once N.Y. State Naval Arsenal and Rochester Convention Hall to a dynamic world-class cultural asset that serves people from all over the country; provides exceptional arts, cultural and educational programs; and contributes to the economic vitality of the region. Geva Theater Center will use this funding for major capital improvements that will transform this building of national historic significance, as the previous home of the 54th Regiment of the New York Militia and the Rochester Convention Hall, into a dynamic world-class cultural asset serving people from all over the country. The Greater Rochester Housing Partnership will use $120,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to build four new affordable single-family homes in the DeweyDriving Park neighborhood of the City of Rochester. The total project cost is estimated at $745,000, with additional funding from homebuyers, the City of Rochester, the Affordable Housing Corporation, and the Greater Rochester Housing Partnership. With affordable and often free performances, the Hochstein School of Music serves a wide audience, including students from 12 counties. The purchase of new sound equipment will greatly improve technical standards, attracting new performers and providing a better experience for the audiences. Serving over 100,000 visitors a year and attracting an estimated $2.6 million in revenue, Hochstein School of Music and Dance is key to Rochester’s cultural identity. The I-Square project will use GIGP funds to support rainwater harvesting and reuse, pervious pavement, rain gardens and green roofs as part of a larger redevelopment project in the Cooper-Hudson-Titus Avenue area of the Town of Irondequoit.

Agency/ Program

Award

29673

Monroe

George Eastman House

Historic Site Conditions Survey

Parks HPA

$20,317.00

29303

Monroe

Geva Theatre Center

Historic Armory Renovations Front Center Campaign

ESD MNY

$50,000.00

29303

Monroe

Geva Theatre Center

Historic Gateway Project

Canals

$100,000.00

27821

Monroe

Greater Rochester Housing Partnership, Inc

Neighborhood Builders

HCR UI

$120,000.00

31164

Monroe

Hochstein School of Music Dance

Sound Equipment

Arts APCE

$16,000.00

32476

Monroe

I-Square

I-Square Green Redevelopment

EFC GIGP

$393,000.00

27

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
I-Square, LLC was established to redevelop and revitalize a distressed retail and residential area in the center of the Town of Irondequoit. The I-Square project consists of a 92,000 square foot town square with state of the art infrastructure and amenities. The goal of the project is to create a cultural area that includes retail, restaurants, and professional space for 52,000 residents, spurring economic growth through increased commerce and job creation. The Little Theatre Film Society will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to renovate the Little Theater, in the City of Rochester's East End Neighborhood. The total project cost is estimated at $1,109,207, with additional funding from the property owner, and NYS Council on the Arts. The Little Theater Film Society will upgrade its historic cinema with Digital Film improvements including a digital film projector, acoustic upgrades, new digital sound system and screen. Outcomes include universal accessibility, improved layouts, enhanced customer experience, reduced maintenance costs and the highest quality film experience. The presence of the theater in the east end of downtown Rochester has helped focus and nurture the redevelopment of the neighborhood. The Accelerated Precision Tooling Certificate Program will provide advanced training for precision manufacturing companies in Monroe County. The Rochester City School District’s Office of Adult and Career Education Services (OACES) SNAP Opportunities program will target SNAP applicants and recipients with a priority to serve unemployed and underemployed individuals in the Finger Lakes Region. Career and technical training will be provided in “in-demand" industries in the manufacturing, service, health care, and construction fields. In order to help the Finger Lakes region meet the rapidly growing demand for a highly-educated Healthcare and S.T.E.M. Sciences workforce, and to help meet the growing demand for the college's nationally-recognized Nursing Program, Roberts Wesleyan Colleg The Rochester Fringe Festival will host over 350 performances by known and emerging performing and visual artists, musicians, comedians, and theatre groups at 28 venues in Downtown Rochester. In addition to spotlighting Rochester’s urban environment, the Rochester Fringe Festival brings the area new revenue streams, employment opportunities and audiences.

Agency/ Program

Award

32476

Monroe

I-Square LLC

Mixed Use Development In Rochester

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,926,500.00

29790

Monroe

Little Theatre Film Society, Inc

Little Theatre Renovation

HCR UI

$150,000.00

29790

Monroe

Little Theatre Film Society, Inc

Little Theatre Renovation

Arts DFPCP

$77,612.00

31289

Monroe

Monroe Community College

MCC Accelerated Precision Tooling Certificate Program

ESD OA

$100,000.00

28318

Monroe

RCSD Office of Adult Career Education Services OACES

OACES SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$300,000.00

28155

Monroe

Roberts Wesleyan College

NextGen Health Sciences Initiative

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

29910

Monroe

Rochester Arts Festival

Rochester Fringe Festival

Arts CHPG

$100,000.00

28

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Rochester Children’s Theater will creates two entry level arts management positions to assist their Special Projects initiative as it expands to school districts throughout the Finger Lakes region. The Special Projects programming consists of live performances, professional development sessions for teachers, a curriculum-based study guide and postperformance talkbacks with students. Establishing two internship positions will enable efficient and cost effective expanded operations for these outreach programs. Establishment of a Center for Urban Entrepreneurial Support (CUE) to be located in a historic downtown Rochester facility in a 1927 Landmark building. The full project scope would include the renovation of the unoccupied portion of the building, rehabili The Rochester Museum and Science Center will use GIGP funds to install a rainwater harvesting system, porous pavement, a green roof, bioretention practices, and redirect roof runoff into rain gardens. The green practices will be a key feature of the RMSC Regional Green Infrastructure Showcase. This project will reduce stormwater runoff as well as provide the community with a highly visible and accessible educational resource on the benefits of green infrastructure practices in Western New York. Phase 2 of the Sibley Mixed Use Downtown Redevelopment is a $57.6 million redevelopment part of a historic, empty and blighted office building in the heart of downtown Rochester. The revitalization of the Sibley Building will create a nexus of mixed use St. John Fisher College plans to construct a 36,000 square foot integrated science and health sciences building. It will expand the College’s laboratory and classroom capacity, meeting current enrollment demands and future growth potential. The proposal a The Toy Industry Association will bring its Toy Industry Hall of Fame to Rochester and the Finger Lakes and install it with The Strong’s existing National Toy Hall of Fame, thereby bringing a major new tourist attraction to the region, and renovate and strengthen a unique cultural resource and tourism destination. The Town of Brighton will revise its Comprehensive Plan 2000. The Plan will integrate appropriate goals and opportunities explored in the Town's completed area plans and studies, such as, the Final Report of the Green Brighton Task Force: Recommendations for a Sustainable Future; Monroe Ave Vision Plan; and Bike Walk Brighton - A Comprehensive Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan for the Town of Brighton, New York.

Agency/ Program

Award

31925

Monroe

Rochester Childrens Theatre

Special Projects Intern

Arts IWDP

$9,000.00

29462

Monroe

Rochester Institute of Technology

Center for Urban Entrepreneurial Support

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

29963

Monroe

Rochester Museum & Science Center

Regional Green Infrastructure Showcase

EFC GIGP

$724,374.00

27234

Monroe

Sibley Mixed Use Downtown Redevelopment

Sibley Mixed Use Downtown Redevelopment

ESD Grants

$750,000.00

31823

Monroe

St John Fisher College

Integrated Science and Health Sciences Building

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

28791

Monroe

The Strong

The Strong and Toy Industry National Halls of Fame

ESD MNY

$360,000.00

28762

Monroe

Town of Brighton

Comprehensive Plan Revision

NYSERDA CGC2

$150,000.00

29

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Town of Perinton proposes construction of a multi-use trail that will connect Spring Lake Park to the existing Irondequoit Creek Trail, which currently extends 6.2 miles from Irondequoit Creek through Channing Philbrick Park. The trail will be approximately 2,100 linear feet, will be usable by pedestrians, bicyclists, cross-country skiiers and snow-shoers, and will include access areas for fishing. This project will support two economic development initiatives based at the University of Rochester (UR): the Health Sciences Center for Computational Innovation (HSCCI) and the Upstate Stem Cell cGMP Facility (USCGF). The Urban League of Rochester Economic Development Corporation will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funding for improvements to a historic building in Rochester's Center City District, which houses the Urban League of Rochester. The Village of Brockport will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist the owners of mixed-use buildings to complete commercial and residential renovation projects, and perform streetscape enhancements in the Village's downtown business district. The Village of Webster will complete an engineering report to evaluate existing equipment and prepare a maintenance plan for the Village wastewater treatment plant. Through a targeted Marketing Programattract new Canadian tourism business into Greater Rochester, the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier regions of New York State and strengthen this target audience’s awareness of specific features and attractions available in New York State. Project entails continued growth and expansion of software development firm which develops interactive media for education and training. The anticipated growth is expected to create high paying jobs in the technology sector. The Urban League of Rochester Economic Development Corporation will use $150,000 to renovate two historic buildings into affordable residential units. The total project cost is estimated at $18 million, with additional funding from tax exempt bonds, historic tax credits, and investor equity. Geva will present “Theatre and Race: A Community Conversation” to foster dialogue around the topic of race. Five plays will act as the springboard for community conversations with aid of panel discussions, workshops and digital engagement. This program will build a stronger community through the arts, welcome diverse audiences and serve as a catalyst for important conversations regarding race.

Agency/ Program

Award

27152

Monroe

Town of Perinton

Town of Perinton Spring Lake Trail

Parks RTP

$169,940.00

32162

Monroe

University of Rochester

Health Sciences Center for Computational Innovation

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

29073

Monroe

Urban League of Rochester Economic Development Corp, Inc.

Facility Improvements

HCR UI

$150,000.00

26854

Monroe

Village of Brockport

Village of Brockport Main St Revitalization

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

30559

Monroe

Village of Webster

Village of Webster Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

29378

Monroe

VisitRochester

International Tourism Marketing Program

ESD MNY

$200,000.00

27996

Monroe

Second Avenue Software

Interactive Media Business Expansion

ESD EJP

$874,120.00

28730

Monroe

Urban League of Rochester Economic Development Council (ULREDC)

City of Rochester Affordable Housing UI

HCR UI

$150,000.00

30867

Monroe, Ontario, Livingtson, Wayne, Genesee, Orleans, Seneca, Yates

Geva Theatre Center

Theatre and Race A Community Conversation

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

30

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES will train 56 long-term unemployed workers as Certified Nurses Assistants, including lifting/moving/ transporting, assisting with admissions/ transfers/discharge/physical examinations, infection control, human sexuality, personal care, pre- and post-operative care, nutrition and diet therapy, circulatory and respiratory care, elimination procedures, life changes and adaptation, supervised clinical experience, job seeking, and maintenance. Red Jacket will expand its operations in the agriculture and manufacturing sectors, resulting in increased procurement of processing apples from local Finger Lakes and NY apple growers; increased visitation to the "Red Jacket Visitation and Education Center"; and increased purchase from local suppliers. The Canandaigua Lakefront Redevelopment Project is a proposed $117 million mixed-use project to create a large residential and commercial development on a 21-acre infill site off Lakefront Drive along the northern shore of Canandaigua Lake. The project w The City of Geneva will design and construct shoreline improvements and a multi- use path along Seneca Lake from Long Pier to Castle Creek. This project implements the City's Waterfront Infrastructure Feasibility Study. The City of Geneva will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist owners of mixed-use buildings in downtown Geneva to complete renovations to commercial and residential spaces. The City of Geneva proposes to use $416,000 in NYS CDBG Economic Development funds to assist in the development of the Hotel Geneva. The project proposes the creation of 30 full time jobs, of which 22 will benefit low- and moderate income persons. The Cornell Food Innovation Certified Business Incubator will assist start-up food based businesses in the Finger Lakes region by deploying best practices and provide mentorship programs, access to relevant programming, business related services and linka The Finger Lakes Community Development Corporation will use $150,000 in Rural Area Revitalization Projects funding with other public and private financing to a convert the vacant St. Francis De Sales Elementary School in the City of Geneva into affordable rental housing for seniors and disabled residents. The estimated total project cost is $1.6 million with additional funding from the City of Geneva, and private loans.

Agency/ Program

Award

27823

Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, Yates

Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES

Certified Nursing Assistant Training Program

DOL UWT

$98,560.00

31259

Ontario

Berryfields Bottling LLC Red Jacket

Red Jacket Orchards Fruit Juice Bottling Expansion

ESD EJP

$300,000.00

28157

Ontario

City of Canandaigua

Canandaigua Lakefront Redevelopment Project

ESD Grants

$1,500,000.00

27620

Ontario

City of Geneva

Access Improvements to Seneca Lake Phase 2 Geneva Downtown Revitalization Program

DOS LWRP

$800,000.00

29529

Ontario

City of Geneva

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

27619

Ontario

City of Geneva

Hotel Geneva Project

HCR CDBGED

$416,000.00

26433

Ontario

Cornell University

Cornell Food Innovation Certified Business Incubator Proposal

ESD HSSP

$125,000.00

29733

Ontario

Finger Lakes Community Development Corporation FLCDC

St Francis Project

HCR RARP

$150,000.00

31

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Friends of Ganondagan will construct a Seneca Art and Culture Center at Ganondagan (SACCG), located within a short walk from the state historic site’s reconstructed 17th-century Seneca Bark Longhouse. The $17,000 center will make use of natural insulating properties and utilize a geothermal heating/cooling system. The finished product will be a tourism destination and visitors center and will provide space for exhibits, educational programs, lectures, performances, and events. Ontario County will complete an engineering report to develop a plan to address inflow and Infiltration issues within the existing sanitary sewer collection system. Hobart and William Smith (HWS) will to construct a 55,000 square foot Performing Arts Center (PAC) to accommodate the academic and co-curricular needs of the colleges. The PAC will both enhance the quality of life for residents of the community and help Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion is embarking on a capital project for the adaptive reuse of the Peacock House, the sole remaining building of the mansion’s previously extensive aviary complex, which was developed between 1902 and 1923 and housed over 200 different species of birds. The restoration project will include interior and exterior restoration and the renovation of ADA access points to develop a building appropriate for event-use. The Town of Farmington will complete an engineering report to consider current and projected upgrade needs in the Farmington wastewater treatment and collection system. The City of Geneva will update its Comprehensive Plan, which will consist of a thorough review of existing planning documents, review of City zoning ordinances, and compilation of a final updated Comprehensive Plan. This process will involve planning actions such as encouraging sustainable land use; sustainable transportation infrastructure; sustainable housing; protection of natural and historic resources; and support of green economic development initiatives. This project, focused at the New York Wine & Culinary Center, is designed to make the Finger Lakes region America's #1 wine & culinary destination, while also promoting New York wines from all regions along with craft beers, spirits, and ciders, and local foods.

Agency/ Program

Award

31205

Ontario

Friends of Ganondagan Inc

Seneca Art and Culture Center at Ganondagan

Parks PA

$350,000.00

31910

Ontario

Ontario County

Honeoye Lake Sewer District Sewer System Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

30266

Ontario

Performing Arts Initiative

Virginia Street Study

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

28583

Ontario

Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion SHP

Restoration Project

Parks HPA

$30,000.00

30739

Ontario

Town of Farmington

Town of Farmington Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

30440

Ontario

City of Geneva

Geneva Comprehensive Plan Update

NYSERDA CGC2

$50,000.00

29712

Ontario, Monroe, Yates, Steuben, Schuyler, Seneca, Orleans, Niagara

New York Wine & Grape Foundation

New York Wines Foods The New American Classics

ESD MNY

$124,307.00

32

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Village of Holley in Orleans County will use this funding in order to undertake the Holley Canal Park Improvement Project. Project activities include improvements to the existing gazebo, pavilions, and stone paths. New elements of the park will include new tree planting, installation of grills and picnic tables, fire pits, and the purchase of new equipment to maintain the park. These amenities will enhance the experience of the thousands of boaters and bicyclists who come to – and travel through – the Holley Canal Park each season and add to the tremendous economic impact the Canal system brings to the Village of Holley. The Proposed Project will increase Employment Skills and providing Employment Support for low-income eligible participants, resulting in increased employment and long term selfsufficiency. Services will include personal interaction between staff and individuals, Comprehensive Job Skills Instruction/ Training and Skills development, Job Placement Assistance and Retention Skills/ Support, Computer Skills Instruction, and Financial Literacy. The historic 1844 Seneca Knitting Mill, located within the Seneca Falls Heritage Area, will be adaptively rehabilitated into a new facility, the Center for Great Women and the new home of the National Women’s Hall of Fame. The renovated complex, expected to be complete in 2015, will serve as an appropriate venue and national attraction to showcase the stories of hall of fame inductees. This project will transform the historic 1844 Seneca Knitting Mill, located along the Cayuga-Seneca Canal, into the Center for Great Women. Located near the birthplace of the women’s rights movement within the Seneca Falls Heritage Area, this new National Women’s Hall of Fame (NWHF) headquarters will serve as an extraordinary and appropriate venue to showcase the amazing stories of the NWHF Inductees. It will become a national attraction drawing visitors to Seneca Falls, the Cayuga-Seneca Canal, and the Finger Lakes region. The Town of Seneca Falls will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades to the Town wastewater treatment and collection system. The Virginia Street Economic Development Study will be a comprehensive economic and development plan for a blighted section of downtown Waterloo, Seneca County The Route 318 corridor area in the Towns of Junius and Tyre has been identified as a prime candidate for economic development due to its accessibility to the NYS Thruway and proximity to the Waterloo Premium Outlets. The $15,631,000 project includes cons

Agency/ Program

Award

29347

Orleans

Village of Holley

Holley Canal Park Improvement Project

Canals

$65,776.00

30208

Orleans, Genesee

Community Action of Orleans and Genesee Inc

Genesee Orleans Employment Support Project

DOS CSBG

$46,680.00

29464

Seneca

National Womens Hall of Fame

Seneca Knitting Mill Rehab Phase III

Parks HASA

$500,000.00

29464

Seneca

National Womens Hall of Fame

Seneca Knitting Mill Rehab Phase III

Canals

$150,000.00

28720

Seneca

Town of Seneca Falls

Town of Seneca Falls Wastewater Engineering Study Virginia Street Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

29645

Seneca

Village of Waterloo

ESD SPFS

$20,000.00

30288

Seneca

Seneca County

Route 318 Corridor Sewer Study

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

33

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Village of Waterloo, situated on the Cayuga-Seneca Canal between Cayuga and Seneca Lake, will create a Comprehensive Plan that will involve a thorough analysis of its current zoning code, paying particular attention to use, density, and bulk regulations, and make recommendations as appropriate, to encourage future mixed use development, housing variety, greater development densities, and infill development. Community Action in Self Help, Inc. will use $150,000 in Rural Area Revitalization Projects funds to renovate 46 William Street in the Village of Lyons into a community space. The Village of Macedon will design enhancements to the underutilized Macedon Canal Park including an ADA compliant fishing/boat access platform and kayak launch, comfort station, picnic pavilion improvements, wayfinding signage kiosks, walkways, and lighting. The Village of Sodus Point will complete an engineering report to identify and recommend upgrades to the existing Village wastewater treatment plant. Community Action in Self Help, Inc. will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist owners of mixed-use buildings in the Village of Lyons to complete renovations to commercial and residential spaces. Letchworth State Park, a spectacular landscape of waterfalls, gorges, and forests along 17 miles of the Genesee River, is renowned as the “Grand Canyon of the East.” Currently, there is no dedicated facility to host environmental programs for the 750,000+ visitors the park attracts annually. The Nature Center will provide a year-round, ADA-compliant facility to present exhibits, programs, and tools to stimulate deeper understanding and exploration of the park’s unique resources. The Village of Perry will complete an engineering report to explore options for achieving future phosphorus limits in the Genesee River drainage basin. The Finger Lakes Land Trust intends to develop recently acquired land, a cove beach with 390 feet of shoreline, into part of the proposed Canandaigua Lake Water Trail. Development of the new preserve will involve demolition of two small structures near the shore, work to clear invasive species, and creation of a hiking trail to open the property to the public. The new site will be a rarity on Canandaigua Lake, where most property is privately owned and heavily developed.

Agency/ Program

Award

27279

Seneca

Village of Waterloo

Comprehensive Plan Development

NYSERDA CGC2

$50,000.00

27112

Wayne

Community Action in Self Help, Inc.

Lyons Pride Cafe and Art Coop

HCR RARP

$150,000.00

26971

Wayne

Village of Macedon

Macedon Canal Park Enhancements

DOS LWRP

$21,225.00

30696

Wayne

Village of Sodus Point

Village of Sodus Bay Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

31511

Wayne

Community Action in Self Help, Inc

Lyons Pride Main Street Program

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

30997

Wyoming

Open Space Institute

Letchworth Nature Center

Parks PA

$288,000.00

28463

Wyoming

Village of Perry

Village of Perry Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

28742

Yates

Finger Lakes Land Trust

Shoreline to Summit Enhancing Public Access on Canandaigua Lake

Parks PA

$171,585.00

34

Finger Lakes
CFA # County Applicant Project Title
Village of Dundee Water System Improvement Project Village of Rushville Wastewater Engineering Study

Description
The Village of Dundee proposes to use $600,000 in NYS CDBG funds for a phased approach to correct aging water system deficiencies. This project will benefit 1,689 persons, 946 or 56% of whom are low and moderate income. The Village of Rushville will complete an engineering report to evaluate the Village wastewater treatment and collection system. NYSERDA's Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs offer New York businesses solutions to improve energy efficiency and save money through design, new construction, renovation, and process improvements to commercial and industrial buildings. The New Construction Program and Existing Facilities Program help building owners make informed decisions to design and renovate sustainable buildings. The FlexTech program can offer energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process Efficiency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing efficiency. Excelsior Jobs Program tax Credits will be reserved for future projects including business investments in targeted industries that are within the region and that create or retain jobs, create capital investment and are consistent with the Strategic Plan. Federal Industrial Development (IDB) Cap will be made available for state and local government issuers to sell tax-exempt bonds for eligible economic development, infrastructure and community revitalization efforts.

Agency/ Program
HCR CDBGPI

Award

27071

Yates

Village of Dundee

$600,000.00

28299

Yates, Ontario

Village of Rushville

DEC EPGP

$24,000.00

Energy Efficiency Projects

NYSERDA EE

$3,462,296.00

Excelsior Jobs Credits

ESD EJP

$425,880.00

Low Cost Economic Development Financing

ESD IDBC

$30,000,000.00

35

Southern Tier

outhern Tier igh Technology Incubato

36

Southern Tier
$81.9 million awarded to 87 projects

CFA #

County

Applicant

Project Title

Description
Art Mission will purchase and install all equipment necessary for our two theaters to screen digital films. The project is necessary for the organization to continue operations. The city of Binghamton's economic plan cites the downtown art district where the Art Mission and Theater is located as a key part of the area’s revitalization. Art Mission and Theater is the only independent cinema and art house in the area and only arts organization with consistent, near daily programming in downtown Binghamton. The project involves infrastructure improvements to the Greater Binghamton Airport park area, including the extension of municipal sewer service to the site so that 1,000 available acres can become shovel ready. Broome County will use GIGP funds to install pervious pavement, rain gardens, bioretention, and convert an existing stormwater detention pond into a functional stormwater wetland at its Public Safety Facility. The project will treat stormwater on site and reduce stormwater runoff. Broome County Urban League, Inc. of Binghamton will train 200 long-term unemployed workers in overcoming barriers, preparing for work, computer certifications in digital literacy, Microsoft Office Specialist, and Microsoft Technology Associate, college readiness, and time management. Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services will train 20 long-term unemployed workers as nursing assistants including communication, infection control, personal care, human sexuality, nutrition and diet therapy, elimination procedures, lifting/moving/transporting, assisting with admissions/transfers/discharges/ physical exams, pre- and post-operative care, circulatory and respiratory care, life changes and adaptations, and supervised clinical experience.

Agency/ Program

Award

29801

Broome

Art Mission Ltd

Digital Converstion Project

Arts DFPCP

$52,904.00

31133

Broome

Broome County

Greater Binghamton Airport Utility Improvements

ESD Grants

$1,250,000.00

31136

Broome

Broome County

Green Stormwater Infrastructure

EFC GIGP

$1,008,090.00

27828

Broome

Broome County Urban League, Inc.

Office Operations and Software Training

DOL UWT

$100,000.00

28393

Broome

Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services

Nursing Assistant Training

DOL UWT

$40,800.00

37

Southern Tier
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is dedicated to offering immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services exclusively to men and women with recent criminal convictions. For this initiative, CEO will provide a combination of job readiness training, job search and placement services, and transitional employment including on-the-job training. CEO will focus efforts on individuals on parole living in Binghamton identified in the Southern Tier Opportunity Agenda. Chenango Place, LLC will preserve/ rehabilitate waterfront vacant buildings. The plan is to restore and reopen the ground floor retail space and retrofit the upper floors as loft style apartments for students and young professionals. Doron Precision Systems, Inc. of Binghamton will train 29 workers in principles of lean manufacturing, lean concepts, value stream mapping, Kaizen continuous improvement practices, the 5S process of organization, workplace organization, total productive maintenance, visual systems, cellular flow, mistake proofing, 8-step problem solving, pull scheduling systems, lean office, and basic project management. Engineering Manufacturing Technologies, LLC of Endicott will train 22 workers in ISO 9001:2008 (quality management systems standards), mentoring, Job Boss Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, Bending software, SolidWorks, and Mastercam. Roberson Museum and Science Center will undertake facility improvements to stabilizing a landmark and prepare the site as a tourist attraction. Binghamton University will design, construct and outfit new laboratories to provide the innovative infrastructure to fully integrate undergraduate students in leading-edge research across disciplines. The Town of Chenango will complete an engineering report to explore options for the development of a wastewater treatment and collection system. The Town of Union will complete an engineering report to identify sources of inflow & infiltration to the Town’s sewer system. A Conditions Assessment and Historical Architectural Plan will be completed for the Endicott Visitor’s Center and Community Meeting Hall, a mansion once popularly referred to as “Old Colonial Hall,” with priority given to improving the building’s energy efficiency with the restoration of second and third floor windows. Additional planning will focus on increasing programming, involving moving offices to the building’s third floor to allow for expanded exhibit space on the second floor.

Agency/ Program

Award

32653

Broome

Center for Employment Opportunities

CEO SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$30,000.00

32178

Broome

Chenango Place LLC

Chenango Place

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

32668

Broome

Doron Precision Systems, Inc.

Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$41,000.00

31445

Broome

Engineering Manufacturing Technologies, LLC

ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems and Software Training Museum and Science Center Facility Improvements Exponentially Increasing STEM Research for Economic Development Town of Chenango Wastewater Treatment Plant Engineering Study Town of Union Sewer Corridor Study

DOL EET

$84,625.00

27584

Broome

Roberson Museum and Science Center The Research Foundation for SUNY

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

31106

Broome

ESD Grants

$750,000.00

32342

Broome

Town of Chenango

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

32643

Broome

Town of Union

DEC EPGP

$50,000.00

26359

Broome

Village of Endicott

Union District Main Street Program

Parks HASA

$20,000.00

38

Southern Tier
CFA # County Applicant Project Title
Village of Endicott Wastewater Engineering Study

Description
The Village of Endicott will complete an engineering report to outline recommendations for achieving the total nitrogen and total phosphorus limits required in the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) plan. The multi-phased project at ACHIEVE calls for the renovation of 25,575 square feet for expansion of the Day Habilitation Program space, asbestos abatement, and addressing fire, health and safety concerns. This project is Phase 3, which includes building r The Village of Deposit will create a Comprehensive Plan and then make new revisions to its land use laws to address issues related to climate resiliency and sustainability. The plan would also include greenhouse gas reduction measures and the implementation of Complete Streets and Safe Routes to Schools programs. The Plan will address the community's aging infrastructure in a way that reduces operation and maintenance costs through energy efficiency measures and the use of renewable energy. This project consists of a bulk loading system at the New England Wood Pellets plant, a pneumatic pellet delivery truck by Ehrhart Propane and Oil, with a storage silo to be built at their Ithaca facility, and installation of demonstration commercial pellet boilers at multiple sites to serve as anchor users of bulk pellets.  The goal of this project is to increase use of wood pellets by displacing the use of oil and propane. A public/private partnership between Cornell University, SUNY Binghamton and Corning Inc. to enhance the number of business services and start-up opportunities offered in the Southern Tier. The Southern Tier Innovation Hot Spot presents a comprehensive p The Southern Tier Community Revitalization Project will provide gap financing for private sector redevelopment of key buildings, infill of new buildings, and development of the region's downtowns, neighborhoods, and rural population centers. The Rural Initiative Venture Fund is a regional program designed to reduce the financial risk and increase sustainability of agricultural/forestry ventures through product development/promotion, business infrastructure development and new technologies.

Agency/ Program

Award

30720

Broome

Village of Endicott

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

26681

Broome County

NYSARC Inc. BroomeTioga Chapter

Growing Spaces Improving Lives - Day Habilitation Program Facility Expansion

ESD Grants

$304,000.00

28581

Broome, Delaware

Village of Deposit New York

Comprehensive Plan

NYSERDA CGC2

$50,000.00

30635

Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga, and Tompkins Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga, and Tompkins Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga, and Tompkins Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga, and Tompkins

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County

Southern Tier Bulk Wood Pellet Infrastructure Boost Program

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,304,538.00

28946

Cornell University

Southern Tier Innovation Hot Spot

ESD HSSP

$250,000.00

31280

Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Corporation

Community Revitilization Fund

ESD Grants

$1,250,000.00

31282

Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Corporation

Rural Initiative Fund

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

39

Southern Tier
CFA # County
Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga, and Tompkins

Applicant

Project Title

Description
I Love Fresh Air- The Great Outdoors in the Finger Lakes - maximizing the outdoor recreational assets of the Finger Lakes Region for the quality of life for visitors and encouraging a healthy lifestyle for residents. This is phase II of this project which will look to fund a television a digital media campaign. The Village of Deposit, located on the West Branch of the Delaware River, will design and construct streetscape enhancements along Front Street, from Court Street to Dean Street to improve connections between the downtown and waterfront recreation areas. The Village of Deposit proposes to use $486,000 in NYS CDBG funds to address deteriorating infrastructure along Front Street. Total project cost is $1,555,614. The project will benefit the Village of Deposit’s 1,663 residents, 976 or 58.7% of whom are low and moderate income. The Southern Tier Network, Inc. will extend dark fiber backbone into Tioga and Broome Counties from Steuben and Chemung Counties and into targeted business development areas. This project is key in the Southern Tier Innovation Hot Spot initiative. Fund marketing enhancements and facility improvements in order to establish the Clemens Center as Chemung County’s primary tourism destination and the Southern Tier’s premier Performing Arts facility. Chemung County Performing Arts, Inc. will make renovations/improvements to the Clemens Center, an Elmira tourism destination. Specifically, the project will upgrade exterior signage to enable on-site marketing and will address several public safety issues The Chemung County Sewer Districts will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades to meet additional SPDES permit limits for phosphorus resulting from the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) plan. This project includes the renovation of Elmira College's Cowles Hall to house the Nursing, Speech and Hearing programs and to provide space for new healthcare programs. The project will create 15 new faculty/staff jobs and up to 40 construction jobs, and The Town of Southport will revise its zoning code into a sustainability-based ordinance incorporating best practices from around the nation. The proposed zoning update would advance the goals of the Southern Tier Regional Sustainability Plan, the U.S. EPA’s “Smart Growth in Small Towns and Rural Communities” report, and LEED® for Neighborhood Development, resulting in a more efficient use of land, infrastructure and natural resources and an overall decrease in greenhouse gas emissions.

Agency/ Program

Award

32688

Tioga County Tourism

Outdoor Tourism Marketing

ESD MNY

$100,000.00

28579

Broome, Delaware

Village of Deposit

Front Street Improvements

DOS LWRP

$122,307.00

28579

Broome, Deleware

Village of Deposit

Village of Deposit Front Street Streetscape Improvements

HCR CDBGPI

$486,000.00

28323

Broome, Tioga, Tompkins, Allegany

Southern Tier Network Inc.

Dark Fiber Extension Project

ESD Grants

$5,000,000.00

28191

Chemung

Chemung County Performing Arts Inc DBA Clemens Center

Clemens Center

ESD MNY

$89,415.00

28191

Chemung

Chemung County Performing Arts Inc.

Marketing Enhancements and Facility Improvements

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

31807

Chemung

Chemung County Sewer Districts

Chemung County Sewer Districts Wastewater Nutrient Removal Study

DEC EPGP

$50,000.00

25740

Chemung

Elmira College

Elmira College Health Sciences Facility

ESD Grants

$2,250,000.00

30783

Chemung

Hunt Engineers Architects Land Surveyors

Town of Southport Zoning Update

NYSERDA CGC2

$60,000.00

40

Southern Tier
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Kennedy Valve Company of Elmira will train 284 workers in principles of lean manufacturing, total productive maintenance, the 5S process of organization, workplace organization, set-up reduction, visual systems, cellular flow, mistake proofing, 8-step problem solving, pull scheduling systems, lean office, quality tool, Training Within Industry (TWI) for supervisors, basic project management, supervisor communications, and new hire mentoring. This project involves the substantial repair/ replacement of major equipment in the First Arena in Elmira, including but not limited to the ice plant equipment and the installation of a new score board with video capability and two new full color digital m The Hilliard Corporation will replace and upgrade pleater and assembly equipment required to manufacture filter cartridge. The Town of Chemung will complete an engineering study to assess the development of wastewater infrastructure for the Town Center. The Towns of Horseheads, Big Flats, Elmira, Southport, Chemung and the Village of Horseheads will commission a study to examine the current operation of government services. By eliminating duplication of services while identifying cost sharing models and viable alternatives for delivering the services provided, the local governments will create opportunities to reduce costs instead of shifting costs to businesses or residents. This will provide an immediate positive economic impact. The Town of Southport will complete an engineering report to plan and determine the feasibility of providing sanitary sewers to 336 single-family residential structures, 10 duplex residential units, 96 vacant lots and/or garages and 9 institutional/commer The Southern Tier Opportunity Corps (STOC) AmeriCorps Program will place members with job development and housing agencies in Chemung, Schuyler, and Steuben counties to provide vocational skills training or housing stabilization assistance. Partners include Workforce NY, community action agencies, anti-poverty programs, and One-Stop career centers. The STOC AmeriCorps Program will provide job skills training to 560 individuals to prepare them to enter the workforce, and will transition 50 individuals into safe, affordable housing. Chenango County proposes to use $266,416 in NYS CDBG funding to assist Chenango County ARC in securing funds necessary to renovate their three group homes and five supportive housing apartments, totaling 33 beds, for the developmentally disabled.

Agency/ Program

Award

31254

CHEMUNG

Kennedy Valve Company

Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$100,000.00

30360

Chemung

Southern Tier Economic Growth

First Arena Improvements

ESD Grants

$1,500,000.00

31830

Chemung

The Hilliard Corporation

Manufacturing Equipment Purchase Town of Chemung Wastewater Planning Study

ESD Grants

$145,000.00

32186

Chemung

Town of Chemung

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

30238

Chemung

Town of Horseheads

Consolidated Government Operations Plan

DOS LGE

$28,000.00

32577

Chemung

Town of Southport

Town of Southport Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

29060

Chemung, Steuben, Schuyler

The Institute for Human Services, Inc.

The Southern Tier Opportunity Corps (STOC) AmeriCorps Program

ONCS Amer

$184,052.00

26890

Chenango

Chenango County

Facility Improvements

HCR CDBGPF

$266,416.00

41

Southern Tier
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Through the purchase of theatrical equipment – including lighting and sound systems – the Chenango County Council on the Arts will replace aged equipment and book a range of high quality performers. The Arts Council contributes to the economic development of Chenango County and the Southern Tier through its programs. Development Chenango Corporation will utilize $150,000 in Rural Area Revitalization Project funds to assist in the renovation of two properties in the City of Norwich. The project will reestablish a licensed child care center in Norwich to meet the needs of working parents in Chenango County by removing the barrier of dependent care as an obstacle to stable employment and provide a quality learning environment where chi The historic Sherburne Inn has been an anchor property located in the heart of Sherburne’s downtown district since 1917. The nonprofit organization Save the Sherburne Inn Restoration Project, Inc. will restore the Inn and reopen it as a destination hotel with sleeping rooms, event space, conference and meeting space, restaurants and bars that will support farm to market and table agriculture, live music performance space, a bakery, gift shop, salon and fitness center. The Village of Greene will complete an engineering report to evaluate options for achieving the total nitrogen and total phosphorus limits required in the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) plan. The Village of New Berlin will complete an engineering report to explore the development of a sanitary sewer system in the Village. The Village of Oxford will use up to $10,000 in New York Main Street Technical Assistance funds to complete a study of the Village center to evaluate eligibility for future New York Main Street program funding. Amphenol Corporation of Sidney will train 400 workers in lean thinking, value stream mapping, quick changeover and set-up reduction, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, basic project management, and PTC Creo computeraided design software. The Delaware County IDA will restore and make significant infrastructure/power supply improvements to support new mill operations in a former lumber processing facility. The project will create 20 new jobs and retain 30 existing jobs.

Agency/ Program

Award

29799

Chenango

Chenango County Council of the Arts

Upgrade Theatrical Equipment

Arts APCE

$10,785.00

28808

Chenango

Development Chenango Corporation

Norwich Anchor Property Revitalization Project

HCR RARP

$150,000.00

28619

Chenango

Family Enrichment Network

Establish Child Care Center

ESD Grants

$100,000.00

26758

Chenango

Save the Sherburne Inn Restoration Project Inc

Inn Restoration

Parks HPA

$500,000.00

29651

Chenango

Village of Greene

Village of Greene Wastewater Treatment Facility Evaluations and Improvements Study Village of New Berlin Sanitary Sewer System Engineering Study Village of Oxford NYMS Technical Assistance Project

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

32049

Chenango

Village of New Berlin

DEC EPGP

$20,000.00

31047

Chenango

Village of Oxford

HCR NYMSTA

$9,500.00

27811

Delaware

Amphenol Corporation

Lean and Advanced Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$79,900.00

29577

Delaware

Delaware County Industrial Development Agency

Infrastructure Improvements for New Mill Operations

ESD Grants

$850,000.00

42

Southern Tier
CFA # County Applicant
Delaware County Industrial Development Agency

Project Title
Shovel Ready Facility Development

Description
The Delaware County IDA will undertake a project to acquire and renovate the former Wissahickon water bottling facility for the purpose of developing a shovel-ready, turnkey light manufacturing facility in order to attract new private sector investment a The Delaware County LDC will use $150,000 in Rural Area Revitalization Funds to assist the owners of mixed-use buildings to complete commercial and residential renovation projects in the Village's primary commercial area. This project is a proposed 62 room limited service Best Western hotel to be constructed at the site of the already existing Margaretville Motel as part of the Margaretville Lodging, LLC Business Expansion Plan. This project, located on the SUNY Delhi campus and connected to the Village of Delhi Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP), will build and commission an entire shovel-ready, full permitted system, including the retention basin and water transmission pipeline Establish downtown business & rehabilitation district The Village of Sidney, located on the south shore of the Susquehanna River, will design and build pedestrian facilities and stormwater infrastructure on Main Street, from River Street to Division Street, and conduct a green infrastructure feasibility analysis for lands between Main Street and the Susquehanna River. The Village of Walton will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades to the existing wastewater treatment plant. The project is located in historic Hobart NY, The Book Village of the Catskills, a popular destination near Binghamton, Albany and NYC. This project will facilitate the next phase in growth for this successful “niche” Book Town business model, rehabilitating and improving mixed-use structures, filling a demand for commercial space and lodging, creating a business friendly and supporting the local Catskills tourism industry. Western Catskills Community Revitalization Council Inc. will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to complete a variety of rehabilitation projects that address code and energy efficiency issues within the target area in the Village of Hobart in Delaware County. The MTC Wireless Broadband Project is a Phase 2 expansion of wireless underlay to extend broadband to residents and businesses in Roxbury, Stamford, and Harpersfield in Delaware County and Conesville-Gilboa in Schoharie County. Community Progress, Inc. will use $180,500 in New York Main Street funds to assist the owners of three residential and commercial mixed-use buildings and perform streetscape enhancements in Montour Falls.

Agency/ Program

Award

29584

Delaware

ESD Grants

$205,000.00

29555

Delaware

Delaware County Local Development Corporation

Village of Walton Revitalization

HCR RARP

$150,000.00

32417

Delaware

Margaretville Lodging LLC

Margaretville Best Western Hotel

ESD Grants

$1,300,000.00

29804

Delaware

SUNY Delhi

Creation of Shovel Ready Water Disposal and Irrigation System Downtown Revitalization

ESD Grants

$720,000.00

28385

Delaware

Village Of Sidney

ESD SPFS

$25,000.00

30926

Delaware

Village of Sidney

Main Street Improvements

DOS LWRP

$655,000.00

30921

Delaware

Village of Walton

Village of Walton Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

27199

Delaware

Western Catskills Community Revitalization Council Inc

Hobart Revitalization

ESD MNY

$180,000.00

27199

Delaware

Western Catskills Community Revitalization Council, Inc.

Hobart Revitalization NYMS

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

30469

Delaware, Schoharie

MTC Cable

MTC Wireless Broadband Initiative

ESD Grants

$320,500.00

28244

Schuyler

Community Progress, Inc.

Montour Falls Main Street

HCR NYMS

$180,500.00

43

Southern Tier
CFA # County Applicant Project Title
Repurpose Former School

Description
SEPP Inc. will renovate the former Watkins Glen Middle School to accommodate more than 55 low-income housing units and provide new community space in Watkins Glen. The Village of Watkins Glen will conduct preliminary planning for the purposes for restoring and expanding marina capacity behind the middle breakwater at the south end of Seneca Lake. This project is part of the larger “Project Seneca”, an effort to create and expand public access to Seneca Lake by removing and relocating the wastewater treatment facility, and increase economic development opportunities through increased tourism and a proposed mixed use development. Southern Tier Central Planning (STC) will work with Schuyler County to update its Comprehensive Plan with energy efficiency-related goals, objectives and strategies. Using this updated Plan, a "Guide to Environmental Planning in Schuyler County" will be created including model Comprehensive Plan amendments, zoning regulations and energy-related laws. Once completed, STC will work with municipalities to use the guides and update their regulations. The restoration of Canifield Park, which dates back to the early 20th Century, will include grading and drainage improvements, restoration of the network of paths, installation of benches, and landscaping. While caring for the existing infrastructure and demonstrating environmental improvements, the project is expected to help revitalize the adjacent commercial and residential area by bringing residents and visitors to and through the park. The City of Hornell will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades to the City’s wastewater treatment plant. The City of Hornell proposes to use $600,000 in NYS CDBG funds for improvements at the Hornell wastewater treatment plant. A total of 8,786 persons, 52.1% of which are low to moderate income, will benefit from the improvements. The Corning Museum of Glass will create a new front door for group visitors by transforming a secondary back entrance into the new International Motorcoach Entrance New Entrance. The New Entrance will be an indoor/outdoor reception area designed to welcom Dyco Electronics, Inc. will purchase new machinery and equipment necessary to support immediate growth at the company and the creation of more than 20 jobs.

Agency/ Program
ESD Grants

Award

29069

Schuyler

SEPP Inc.

$900,000.00

28242

Schuyler

Village of Watkins Glen

Planning for Watkins Glen Middle Marina

DOS LWRP

$106,750.00

28019

Schuyler County

Southern Tier Central Regional Planning and Development Board

Comprehensive Plan Update

NYSERDA CGC2

$239,776.00

28099

Steuben

City of Corning

Canfield Park Project

Parks PA

$114,302.00

29579

Steuben

City of Hornell

City of Hornell Wastewater Engineering Study Hornell Water Pollution Control Plant Improvements

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

29582

Steuben

City of Hornell

HCR CDBGPF

$600,000.00

29703

Steuben

Corning Museum of Glass

International Motorcoach Entrance

ESD Grants

$1,500,000.00

31868

Steuben

Dyco Electronics Inc

Machinery Purchase and Business Expansion

ESD Grants

$30,500.00

44

Southern Tier
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
DYCO Electronics, Inc. of Hornell will train 59 workers in quality management system internal auditing, quality management system review, value stream mapping, the 5S process of organization, supervision for job instruction, pull systems, Kanban (scheduling system), specialized skills, materials requirements planning, inventory accuracy, quality management system principles, lean manufacturing principles, and inventory accuracy and materials planning. This project involves land acquisition, demolition of an existing industrial building, environmental mitigation, site preparation and construction of a new 64 room hotel in Hammondsport. Arbor Housing and Development will use $150,000 in Rural Area Revitalization Project funds to renovate a 17,000 square foot building located at 26-32 Bridge Street, Corning, New York. The total project cost will be approximately $2,900,000, with Arbor contributing over $1.2 million, with the remainder coming from conventional bank financing. Steuben County Chapter NYSARC Inc. dba The Arc of Steuben will train 42 workers in supervision. The Southern Tier Outdoor Show is looking to expand and target the current marketing capabilities to increase sales at the show as well as overnight bookings. The Town of Corning will complete an engineering report to determine the feasibility of providing wastewater infrastructure for the Town Center. The Town of Erwin will complete an engineering report to evaluate options for achieving the total nitrogen and total phosphorus limits required in the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) plan. The Town of Wayne will complete an engineering report to evaluate a new wastewater treatment and collection system for the Sylvan Beach and Waneta Lake Area. The Village of Bath will complete an engineering report to outline recommendations for achieving the total nitrogen and total phosphorus limits required in the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) plan. This project involves the demolition of an existing hotel and construction of a new five story, 125 room high end hotel. The INN at Corning will help revitalize the downtown waterfront and support the nearby Corning Museum of Glass.

Agency/ Program

Award

31375

Steuben

DYCO Electronics, Inc.

Quality Management and Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$27,590.00

30357

Steuben

East Lake Investments

Hotel Infrastructure and Construction

ESD Grants

$725,000.00

26329

Steuben

Steuben Churchpeople Against Poverty Inc.,d/b/a Arbor Housing and Development Steuben County Chapter NYSARC, Inc. dba The Arc of Steuben Steuben County Conference and Visitors Bureau

Bridge Street Offices

HCR RARP

$150,000.00

31962

Steuben

Supervisory Skills Training Southern Tier Outdoor Show Marketing Program Town of Corning Wastewater Engineering Study for the East Corning Area Town of Erwin Wastewater Treatment Engineering Study for Nutrient Removal Town of Wayne Wastewater Engineering Study

DOL EET

$8,100.00

32599

Steuben

ESD MNY

$44,217.00

30076

Steuben

Town of Corning

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

27911

Steuben

Town of Erwin

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

27616

Steuben

Town of Wayne

DEC EPGP

$22,500.00

30700

Steuben

Village of Bath

Village of Bath Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

27148

Steuben

Steuben County Industrial Development Agency

Hotel Construction

ESD Grants

$2,000,000.00

45

Southern Tier
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Pro Action of Steuben and Yates, Inc. proposes to create a Southern Tier Regional Training System (STRTS) to serve Steuben, Chemung and Schuyler counties. The STRTS will help to create a uniform training system, identify eligible participants to be trained, provide preemployment skills training prior to core vocational training, and provide intensive case management to positively affect job retention rates. This project entails obtaining contractual engineering and architectural design services to create a shovel ready project site development on a 36.3 acre portion of vacant property owned by the TCIDA. The Tioga County Local Development Corporation, working with Tioga County Economic Development & Planning, will use $137,547 in Rural Area Revitalization Projects funding to renovate 150 Broad Street in the Village of Waverly. Comprehensive rehabilitation work to the Historic Municipal Building exterior in Newark Valley will include exterior stone and brick restoration, roof repairs, installation of gutter and downspouts where appropriate, exterior carpentry and painting. This will achieve repair to exterior problem areas and will prevent future exterior degradation. The Village of Owego will complete an engineering report to evaluate disinfection and flow metering upgrades to the Village’s wastewater treatment plant. This project entails the study according to Federal Highway Administration standards of constructing an interchange on NYS Route 17/Future I-86 and Tioga Downs. This project represents the second phase of a project to align the City and Town of Ithaca’s zoning policies with Smart Growth goals. The SmartCode provides a full range of housing and lifestyle choices within a framework that supports diversity in housing options, transportation choices, a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, and overall sustainability goals. This project will further develop the Ithaca SmartCode for the entire Town and City. This project is a mixed-use expansion of an existing building in downtown Ithaca, which will establish the Cornell University incubator. This facility will represent a central location for entrepreneurial support and mentoring and will be open to qualifyi Opportunity Agenda - job and entrepreneurial training

Agency/ Program

Award

28452

Steuben, Chemung and Schuyler

Pro Action of Stuben and Yates Inc

Regional Training Program

DOS CSBG

$90,395.00

30225

Tioga

Tioga County Industrial Development Agency Tioga County Local Development Corporation

Mixed Use Site Design

ESD SPFS

$50,000.00

30663

Tioga

150 Broad Street Waverly Revitalization

HCR RARP

$137,547.00

27802

Tioga

Village of Newark Valley

Municipal Building Renovation

Parks HPA

$195,000.00

29833

Tioga

Village of Owego

Village of Owego Wastewater Facilities Upgrade Engineering Study Infrastructure Improvements Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

31725

Tioga County

Tioga County Department of Public Works

ESD SPFS

$25,000.00

31774

Tompkins

Better Cities Towns

Ithaca Zoning Reform

NYSERDA CGC2

$175,000.00

28949

Tompkins

Cornell University

Ithaca Incubator

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

29052

Tompkins

Finger Lakes ReUse

Finger Lakes ReUse Expansion Initiative

ESD OA

$100,000.00

46

Southern Tier
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
GIGP funds will support the installation of pervious pavement as part of a complete renovation of the Taughannock Falls State Park overlook, one of the most visited locations in the region. The project will incorporate green infrastructure in a prominent setting that showcases an important scenic geologic resource, the 215-foot-high Taughannock Falls, of one of the highest waterfalls in the Northeast. The project facilitates the creation of a working farm on Tompkins Cortland Community College property in Dryden and a culinary center in downtown Ithaca. The project will create a working farm on College and Foundation property in Dryden and a culinary center in downtown Ithaca. Tompkins County, in cooperation with the City of Ithaca, will assess the feasibility of relocating the NYS DOT Tompkins County maintenance facility, from its current location on the Cayuga Inlet waterfront. Relocation of the facility will allow for mixed-use development on this prime waterfront location and contribute to the local economy and tax base. This project will develop an Energy Rating and Disclosure Ordinance mandating a home energy rating at point-of-listing. The project will involve an evaluation of the power local municipalities have to mandate a home energy rating program, creation of an ordinance and implementation plan, analysis of associated costs and expected benefits, identification of potential resistance and unintended consequences, and standard forms for home energy rating. The Village of Trumansburg will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades to the Village wastewater treatment plant. Community Renewal will make funding available to eligible municipalities for Housing Rehabilitation, Public Infrastructure, Public Facilities and Economic Development activities for the benefit of low to moderateincome individuals. Excelsior Jobs Program tax credits will be reserved for future projects including business investments in targeted industries that are within the region and that create or retain jobs, create capital investment and are consistent with the Strategic Plan. Federal Industrial Development Bond (IDB) Cap will be made available for state and local government issuers to sell tax-exempt bonds for eligible economic development, infrastructure and community revitalization efforts.

Agency/ Program

Award

29541

Tompkins

Taughannock Falls Park

Green Infrastructure Retrofit

EFC GIGP

$320,000.00

27209

Tompkins

Tompkins Cortland Community College Foundation Tompkins Cortland Community College Foundation

Creation of a Farm and a Culinary Center

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

27209

Tompkins

Farm to Bistro

ESD MNY

$1,300,800.00

31050

Tompkins

Tompkins County

Relocation of NYS DOT Maintenance Facility Feasibility Study

DOS LWRP

$56,000.00

30040

Tompkins

Town of Ithaca

Energy Rating and Disclosure Ordinance Project

NYSERDA CGC2

$70,000.00

29777

Tompkins

Village of Trumansburg

Village of Trumasburg Wastewater Treament Plant Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$19,840.00

Community Renewal Fund

HCR CRF

$3,500,000.00

Excelsior Jobs Credits

ESD EJP

$10,000,000.00

Low Cost Economic Development Financing

ESD IDBC

$30,000,000.00

47

Southern Tier
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs offer New York businesses solutions to improve energy efficiency and save money through design, new construction, renovation, and process improvements to commercial and industrial buildings. The New Construction Program and Existing Facilities Program help building owners make informed decisions to design and renovate sustainable buildings. The FlexTech program can offer energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process Efficiency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing efficiency.

Agency/ Program

Award

NYSERDA Energy Efficiency Projects

NYSERDA EE

$2,538,351.00

48

Central New York

49

Central New York
$66.9 million awarded to 79 projects

CFA #

County

Applicant

Project Title

Description
Cayuga County will design and build improvements to Emerson Park on Owasco Lake in the City of Auburn, including renovation of the boat launch, docking facilities, a seawall supporting a boat tie-up area, roads, and the existing lakeshore boardwalk. The project involves dredging Little Sodus Bay harbor in the Village of Fair Haven, on the shore of Lake Ontario, to restore the harbor to a more operational status. The Cayuga Economic Development Agency will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to renovate a key building located on East Genesee Street in downtown Auburn, as part of the larger East Hill revitalization effort. Johnston Paper Company, Inc. will expand its warehouse space by 51,725 sf and its office space by 22,000 sf to assist with the growing needs of their food service and janitorial product distribution business In Auburn, Cayuga County. The Town of Fleming will complete an engineering report to investigate the existing wastewater collection system for inflow and infiltration. TRW Automotive will invest $2.9 million to upgrade outdated equipment at TRW's Auburn automotive door control and tire pressure sensor manufacturing plant. Victory Sports Medicine & Orthopedics will invest $4.573 million to purchase and renovate the vacant Harriet Tubman Residential Center in Auburn. It will create an integrated healthcare, sports and wellness campus, adding 75 jobs. The Village of Cayuga and Town of Aurelius will consolidate the operation and maintenance of their municipal sewer and water systems. The project will streamline administrative and billing services, and help develop a new joint asset management plan for the systems. The Village and Town will also replace all of the existing water meters with a new remote, radio-read meters.

Agency/ Program

Award

27133

Cayuga

Cayuga County

Emerson Park Improvements

DOS LWRP

$102,876.00

26825

Cayuga

Cayuga County

Restoration of Little Sodus Bay Harbor

ESD Grants

$15,000.00

30407

Cayuga

Cayuga Economic Development Agency

John Street Restoration

HCR UI

$150,000.00

29292

Cayuga

Johnston Paper Company, Inc.

Facility Expansion

ESD Grants

$300,000.00

30128

Cayuga

Town of Fleming

Town of Fleming Wastewater Engineering Study Manufacturing Plant Improvements Renovattion of the the vacant Harriet Tubman Residential Cente

DEC EPGP

$15,000.00

31959

Cayuga

TRW Automotive

ESD Grants

$200,000.00

32530

Cayuga

Victory Sports Medicine Orthopedics

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

31268

Cayuga

Village of Cayuga and Town of Aurelius

Water and Sewer Operations Consolidation

DOS LGE

$292,545.00

50

Central New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Vision CNY - Regional Partnership For Comprehensive Planning Project will bring together 12 municipal partners from the five county region committed to developing and implementing comprehensive planning and sustainable local land use tools and regulatory frameworks and practices, and provide them with structured guidance and assistance in the inventory, analysis, establishment, and local adoption of locallyappropriate, sustainable land use planning and development tools. Capitalizing upon the increasing interest in beer tourism and recognizing the need for increased awareness and promotion of the region’s craft brewing industry, the Finger Lakes Beer Trail (FLBT) has created a robust tourism marketing platform aimed at increasing tourism throughout the Finger Lakes and surrounding regions. Wine, Water and Wonders of Upstate NY is a tourism marketing program owned and operated by The Corning Museum of Glass, Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance, VisitRochester and Niagara Tourism and Convention Corporation. The program has been in existence since 2007 and its purpose is to capture some of the international visitors already visiting New York City and introduce them to all there is between NYC and Niagara Falls. Byrne Dairy, Inc. will construct an agritourism destination adjacent to its yogurt manufacturing facility currently being constructed in Cortlandville. The project includes a store, café, ampitheater, working farm and plant tours. The City of Cortland will complete and engineering report to evaluate the replacement of the Clint Street sewer. The City of Cortland will conduct a thorough analysis of the City's current zoning code. With particular attention paid to use; density and bulk regulations; and amending, to encourage future mixed use development, housing variety, greater development densities, and infill development. Zoning efforts will also focus on waterfront revitalization along the Tioughnioga River. Cortland will have zoning regulations that protect residential areas and encourage economic and waterfront development. The City of Cortland is home to Wickwire Pool, located in Suggett Park. The pool celebrated its 65th anniversary two years ago in very poor condition, which threatens the city’s ability to keep it open. The pool will be refurbished, more energy efficient, accessible, and remain an important community asset, enabling people of all ages and abilities an enjoyable and safe place to swim.

Agency/ Program

Award

31214

Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego

Central New York Regional Planning and Development Board

Vision CNY Regional Partnership For Comprehensive Planning Project

NYSERDA CGC2

$390,000.00

26837

Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego

Finger Lakes Beer Trail Marketing and Tourism Associates LLC

Finger Lakes Beer Trail

ESD MNY

$198,000.00

29974

Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego

Tourism Alliance

Upstate Tourism Marketing Program

ESD MNY

$200,000.00

31108

Cortland

Byrne Dairy

Agritourism Destination

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

31745

Cortland

City of Cortland

City of Cortland Clint Street Sewer Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

29757

Cortland

City of Cortland

Cortland Zoning Analysis

NYSERDA CGC2

$112,000.00

27617

Cortland

City of Cortland

Wickwire Pool

Parks PA

$500,000.00

51

Central New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title
Modernization of Manufacturing Operations

Description
Cortland Line, a manufacturer of fishing line in Cortland since 1915, will invest $685,000 to modernize operations by building a new climate controlled room, with related computer, material handling and drying process equipment. The Village of Homer will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist three residential and commercial mixed-use buildings and perform streetscape enhancements in its Central Business District. Central New York Arts is engaged in a significant Cultural Tourism Project for the Central New York and Mohawk Valley Region. The goal of this project is to implementation of a regional marketing strategy that looks to enhance regional tourism dollars, increase art and cultural experience and accessibility to CNY residents, and foster a new regional branding that Central New York is an arts and culture destination. CNY Arts will continue its significant Cultural Tourism Project for the Central New York and Mohawk Valley Region. This project includes: a regional marketing strategy; enhancements to existing social marketing system; advertising the multi-platform cultural calendar across a six county region; a kiosk project amongst regional partners; and educational programs. The goal is to push and promote data to enhance regional tourism dollars, increase art and cultural experience and accessibility to CNY residents, and brand CNY as an arts and culture destination. This is a partnership between NYS parks and the Finger Lakes Trail Conference to cross promote and market NYS’s longest footpath and the state parks along or adjacent to the 958 miles of the trail system. Ariston Dairy Products, LLC will invest $6,511,302 to purchase, construct/renovate and equip an existing facility into a 72,000 square foot dairy products manufacturing plant in Canastota, Madison County. Ariston Dairy Products, LLC will invest $6,511,302 to purchase, construct/renovate and equip an existing facility into a 72,000 square foot dairy products manufacturing plant in Canastota, Madison County. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County in collaboration with the Madison County Malt Project will invest $61,000 to conduct a feasibility study for the creation of a full scale grain malting operation in Madison County. Marquardt Switches will renovate existing space, construct an addition of up to 7,000 square feet and purchase M&E. The project will make the Cazenovia plant a Global Technology Center, and retain 350 of the existing 439 employed here.

Agency/ Program

Award

31812

Cortland

Cortland Line Manufacturing

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

27618

Cortland

Village of Homer

Homer NY Main Street 2

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

27526

Cortland, Cayuga, Herkimer, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego

CNY Arts Inc

CNY Arts Economic Development 2013

ESD MNY

$100,000.00

27526

Cortland, Cayuga, Herkimer, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego

CNY Arts Inc

CNY Arts Economic Development 2013

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

32628

Livingston, Steuben, Cattaraugus, Wyoming, Madison,

Finger Lakes Trail Conference

Finger Lakes Trail and NYS Parks Marketing Project

ESD MNY

$82,710.00

31471

Madison

Ariston Dairy Products LLC

New Dairy Manufacturing Facility

ESD Grants

$900,000.00

31471

Madison

Ariston Dairy Products LLC

New Dairy Manufacturing Facility

ESD EJP

$857,000.00

32549

Madison

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County

Madison County Malting Project

ESD SPFS

$30,500.00

28685

Madison

Marquardt Switches Inc.

Facility Renovation

ESD Grants

$600,000.00

52

Central New York
CFA # County Applicant
QUEENSBORO FARM PRODUCTS, INC

Project Title
Equipment Upgrade and Facility Renovation

Description
Queensboro Farm Products will invest approximately $2,196,000 to upgrade equipment and renovate a portion of their facility to come into compliance with regulations for producing Greek yogurt. The project will add 5 jobs to the existing 40. Upgrades of product filling and packaging rooms, processing tanks, processing lines and revising product flow to enable supply of milk product and utilities to the new Greek yogurt/cheese plant across the street from our Canastota plant. The Smithfield Community Association will employ two interns to assist in the operations of the Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic Landmark and the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum. Each of the two sites will now be able to increase operating hours, services and communications, attracting more visitors and realizing more revenue. The Town of Sullivan will complete an engineering report to evaluate inflow and infiltration issues within the existing East Sullivan Sewer District. A vision and master plan will be developed for Lakeland Park and the historic Carpenter’s Barn to address opportunities for greater connectivity. The plan, created with input from the community, will include suggestions for rehabilitation to enhance public use of the barn, ways to improve pedestrian circulation and access to recreation areas, including kayak and canoe launching, and the creation of a tree planting plan. Cazenovia College will make a multimillion dollar investment in the Center for Equine Business Development and a science lab, including a commodities building, parking and road access, sustainable energy sources, heating, safe storage, fire suppression, This project will support Phase 2 construction of the Central New York Inland Port (CNYIP): Container Pooling Operation (CPO). Once completed, CNYIP & CPO will offer freight loading and unloading capabilities, warehousing, storage and other functions in a strategically located area. The project decreases truck traffic volume and provide savings for regional companies relying on import and export of goods and materials. 706 North Clinton, LLC will invest $8,136,400 to acquire and redevelop 706-716 N. Clinton Street in Syracuse into Class A office space for medical and financial tenants. The facility will be renovated, transforming it into a key component of the inner ha

Agency/ Program

Award

26769

Madison

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

26769

Madison

Queensboro Farm Products, Inc

Plant Upgrades

ESD EJP

$43,000.00

30451

Madison

Smithfield Community Association

Historic Landmark Internships

Arts IWDP

$6,370.00

32368

Madison

Town of Sullivan

Engineering Study for the East Sullivan Sewer District

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

27115

Madison

Village of Cazenovia

Lakeland Park Planning and Development

Parks PA

$22,000.00

31926

Madison, Onondaga, Oswego, Cortland, Cayuga

Cazenovia College

Business Development Center

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

26840

Onondaga

3Gi CNYIP Inc

Inland Freight Center

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,000,000.00

29358

Onondaga

706 North Clinton, LLC

706 North Clinton Redevelopment Project

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

53

Central New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The City of Syracuse will enhance the stability of Onondaga Creek bank, by reconstructing a 120-foot- long gap in a retaining wall along the western side of Onondaga Creek. This project will also enhance the aesthetics of the area by adding a stone fascia to the wall and three concrete art platforms between the retaining wall and the adjacent parking lot. The City of Syracuse will construct the Lake Lounge, a public access area on Onondaga Lake. This project will also prepare designs for another proposed project described in the Onondaga Creek Waterfront Revitalization Strategy, which will be selected through a public engagement process. The City of Syracuse will revise its zoning ordinances to promote mixed-use, pedestrian-friendly, dense, urban infill development. Deliverables include a new zoning ordinance and zoning map, along with web and print materials that clearly illustrate the development approvals process. A new zoning ordinance will attract infill development, improve quality of redevelopment projects equitably across city neighborhoods, and help attract new residents to the urban core. CNY Fabrication LLC, a design and fabrication shop, will invest $9.5 million to construct a 100,000 square foot addition to its existing facility in North Syracuse, creating 30 new jobs and retaining 15 jobs at CNY Fabrication and retaining 150 jobs at it This project involves the revitalization of the Syracuse Inner Harbor into a mixed-use development that will provide commercial, residential, and community space. The MOST is developing an energy exhibit focused on energy, the status of Earth's nonrenewable resources and alternative energy. The exhibit will be called "Energy: Powering Our Future." The exhibit will educate and excite participants on timely and ex The Downtown Committee of Syracuse will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist residential and commercial mixeduse properties along Jefferson Street and South Warren Street in the City of Syracuse. The total project cost is estimated at $23.1 million, with additional funding from property owners, 2012 REDC grant funds, and historic tax credits. The Everson Museum of Syracuse and Onondaga County will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to convert the Gustav Stickley House on Syracuse's Near Eastside into a museum. The total project cost is estimated at $2,214,606, with additional funding from private donations, and contributions from various foundations.

Agency/ Program

Award

30953

Onondaga

City of Syracuse

Onondaga Creek Bank Stabilization

DOS LWRP

$332,000.00

31688

Onondaga

City of Syracuse

Onondaga Lake Access Improvements

DOS LWRP

$720,000.00

30900

Onondaga

City of Syracuse

Zoning Ordinance Revisions

NYSERDA CGC2

$300,000.00

28556

Onondaga

CNY Fabrication, LLC, an affiliate of G.A. Braun, Inc.

Facility Construction

ESD Grants

$1,500,000.00

31256

Onondaga

COR Inner Harbor Company LLC

Mixed Use Development In Syracuse

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,343,000.00

27128

Onondaga

Discovery Center of Science & Technology

Energy: Powering Our Future Exhibit

ESD Grants

$100,000.00

28622

Onondaga

Downtown Committee of Syracuse, Inc.

Jefferson St. and South Warren St. Revitalization

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

31977

Onondaga

Everson Museum of Syracuse and Onondaga County

Gustav Stickley House Restoration

HCR UI

$150,000.00

54

Central New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
G. C. Hanford Manufacturing Company dba Hanford Pharmaceuticals of Syracuse will train 37 long-term unemployed workers in procedures/paperwork, good manufacturing practices, microbiology, aseptic processing and technique, equipment assembly/ disassembly, cleaning/maintenance, compounding-filling-sterilization procedures, packaging/labeling, clean room operations, HVAC-welding-electrical-plumbing, troubleshooting, test methodology, quality, chemistry, and laboratory operations. G. C. Hanford Manufacturing Company dba Hanford Pharmaceuticals of Syracuse will provide on-the-job training for 37 newlyhired workers in production/compounding supervision, operations, filling, loading, staging, packaging, sterilization, calibration, process control, line/facility mechanic, accountability, warehousing, truck driving, chemistry/microbiology quality analysis, auditing, regulatory affairs, compliance management, safety, human resources, information technology. Hanford Pharmaceuticals will invest in purchasing, rehabilitating and equipping an existing building with a new 36,000 square foot pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging line and clean rooms. Hanford Pharmaceuticals will invest in purchasing, rehabilitating and equipping an existing building with a new 36,000 square foot pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging line and clean rooms. Indian Springs Mfg. Co. Inc. of Baldwinsville will train 10 workers in ISO 2008 (quality management systems standards), mechanical inspection, continuous improvement and problem solving, and internal auditing. INFICON, Inc., a leading manufacturer of innovative instrumentation, sensors and control software, will invest $61 million to construct and equip a new 220,000 square foot LEED-certified facility in Onondaga County, creating 50 new jobs and retaining 240 INFICON, Inc., a leading manufacturer of innovative instrumentation, sensors and control software, will invest $61 million to construct and equip a new 220,000 square foot LEED-certified facility in Onondaga County, creating 50 new jobs and retaining 240 L. & J.G. Stickley, Inc. will add 7,600 square feet to its existing furniture manufacturing facilities and purchase machinery and equipment as required to facilitate production growth. L. & J.G. Stickley, Inc. will add 7,600 square feet to its existing furniture manufacturing facilities and purchase machinery and equipment as required to facilitate production growth.

Agency/ Program

Award

30940

Onondaga

G. C. Hanford Manufacturing Company dba Hanford Pharmaceuticals

Operations and Technical Skills Training

DOL UWT

$50,000.00

30940

Onondaga

G. C. Hanford Manufacturing Company dba Hanford Pharmaceuticals

Operations and Technical Skills Training

DOL NHT

$47,919.00

30940

Onondaga

Hanford Pharmaceuticals

Facility Expansion

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

30940

Onondaga

Hanford Pharmaceuticals

Facility Expansion

ESD EJP

$100,000.00

31644

Onondaga

Indian Springs Mfg. Co. Inc.

Operations and ISO Quality Management Training

DOL EET

$12,480.00

24055

Onondaga

INFICON Inc

Facility Construction

ESD Grants

$1,500,000.00

24055

Onondaga

INFICON Inc

Facility Construction

ESD EJP

$2,000,000.00

31772

Onondaga

L JG Stickley Inc

Expansion of Furniture Manufacturing

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

31772

Onondaga

L JG Stickley Inc

Expansion of Furniture Manufacturing

ESD EJP

$475,000.00

55

Central New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The MOST is developing an exciting exhibit with focus on energy, the status of Earth’s non-renewable resources and alternate forms of energy. "Energy: Powering Our Future", will inform and educate visitors on the past, present and future energy production and demand, and human impact of Earth’s climate and ecosystems. The Near Westside Initiative, Inc. will invest $1,880,000 to renovate 23,000 square feet in a 48,000 square foot vacant warehouse at 110 Marcellus Street in Syracuse's Near Westside neighborhood, into arts-based mixed use space, creating 15 indirect artis Onondaga Community College Foundation’s Summer Success Academy (SSA) will serve approximately 70 lowincome high school graduates. The SSA is a five day a week, six week program during the summer prior to a student’s first fall semester in college. Students will be able to earn from seven up to nine college credits, complete a developmental course to improve their college-readiness, increase their awareness of the career options in Central NY, and connect with peers, mentors, career advisors, and local industries willing to support their academic and professional development. The Onondaga County Community Development Division will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist six residential and commercial mixeduse buildings in the Village of Camillus's business district. The Onondaga County Department of Water Environment Protection will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades and/or replacements at the BaldwinsvilleSeneca Knolls Wastewater Treatment Plant. Onondaga County Department of Water Environment Protection (OCDWEP) will invest $738,800 to upgrade the Baldwinsville-Seneca Knolls Wastewater Treatment Plant to support attraction of Agrana Fruit US, Inc. to Lysander. The Onondaga Historical Association’s Ska nonh Planning Project will repurpose an under-utilized facility and grounds in Liverpool, NY into a Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) heritage museum and recreational trails. It will provide opportunities for Native American artists, crafters, performers, and entrepreneurs to have access to a broader audience and customers. Pemco Washington, LLC will invest $18.89 million to repurpose a vacant, 10-story, 311,356 square foot building in downtown Syracuse into mixed-use, including 68 apartments and 92,000 square feet of Class-A office and retail space.

Agency/ Program

Award

27128

Onondaga

MUSEUM OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY/ MOST

MOST Energy Exhibit

ESD MNY

$180,000.00

28902

Onondaga

Near West Side Initiative, Inc.

Facility Renovation

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

29356

Onondaga

Onondaga Community College Foundation

Summer Success Academy

HESC CACG

$50,000.00

27579

Onondaga

Onondaga County Community Development Division Onondaga County Department of Water Environment Protection Onondaga County Department of Water Environment Protection

Village of Camillus Main St Program Onondaga County BaldwinsvilleSeneca Knolls Wastewater Treatment Plant Engineering Study Wastewater Treatment Plant Infrastructure Improvements

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

31919

Onondaga

DEC EPGP

$50,000.00

32160

Onondaga

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

31073

Onondaga

Onondaga Historical Association

Ska nonh Planning

Arts CHPG

$50,000.00

32093

Onondaga

Pemco Washington LLC

Washington Street Mixed Use Development

ESD Grants

$2,500,000.00

56

Central New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The former AME Zion Church, built in 1911, is the oldest African-American church in the City of Syracuse, is listed on the National Register, and is also designated as a local protected site. The purpose of the Save 711: Benediction Cafe project is to stabilize, restore and repurpose the historic church as a multi-purpose community space and café. Syracuse Community Health Center will invest $4.1 million to continue the development of a healthcare campus in Syracuse begun with a CFA 2 grant. Phase 2 involves neighborhood improvements, and roof and facade work for the Center's main building. The m Purchase of M&E to expand the company's capacity to manufacture animal bedding from paper mill residuals and cement kiln dust. The project is in partnership with City of Syracuse IDA. Syracuse Jet Real Estate Management LLC of North Syracuse will provide on-the-job training for 5 newly-hired workers in financial management, human resources, hospitality management, repositioning and fueling aircraft, customer service, hospitality, and aviation mechanics. This project was formed to provide new regional access for unscheduled aircraft charter operators and aircraft owners a choice for aircraft storage, ground support, offices, parking, reception, conferencing space and fuel service at Syracuse Hancock International Airport as an alternative to the single operator presently controlling price and service levels on the field. The Syracuse Model Neighborhood Corporation will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to renovate a two-family building on South Salina Street, in downtown Syracuse's Southside Neighborhood. The Syracuse Poster Project brings together poets and Syracuse University artists to create a series of posters for downtown Syracuse featuring an illustrated poem about the city or region. The project enlivens the downtown, strengthens the city’s sense of place, and spreads its value by selling merchandise. The project will hire interns to help with a variety of tasks, including graphic design, marketing and promotion, social networking, fund raising, database development and website development. Syracuse University Office of Arts Engage will commission five new choral compositions to be performed in unique locations along the Connective Corridor. This program will develop better community connections to flagship SU academic programs such as Arts Engage and the Janklow Arts Leadership Program through a more formalized relationship with the Connective Corridor.

Agency/ Program

Award

30514

Onondaga

Peoples Community Development Corporation

Revitalization of the AME Zion Church

Parks HPA

$250,000.00

31424

Onondaga

Syracuse Community Health Center Inc

Development of a Healthcare Campus

ESD Grants

$850,000.00

26272

Onondaga

Syracuse Fiber Recycling LLC

Syracuse Fiber Recycling

ESD EIPCAP

$250,000.00

29456

Onondaga

Syracuse Jet Real Estate Management LLC

Management and Operations Training

DOL NHT

$9,440.00

29456

Onondaga

Syracuse Jet Real Estate Management LLC

Syracuse Jet Facility

ESD MNY

$810,000.00

30667

Onondaga

Syracuse Model Neighborhood Corp

Salina Street Building Renovation

HCR UI

$150,000.00

32022

Onondaga

Syracuse Poster Project

Internship Funding

Arts IWDP

$4,480.00

30913

Onondaga

Syracuse University Office of Arts

Arts Engage

Arts CHPG

$62,012.00

57

Central New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Tony Baird Electronics, Inc. of Syracuse will train 4 workers in total quality management, improvement actions and problem solving, auditing actions and problem solving, aerospace requirements for implementation of AS 9100C (standardized quality management system for the aerospace industry), and IPC J-STD-001 requirements for soldered electrical and electronic assemblies. In 2010, Carrier Corporation donated the Willis Carrier Recreation Center to the Town of DeWitt with an agreement that the park forever remain a public recreational facility. The goal of this project is to build a oneof-a-kind, all-inclusive outdoor multi-sports complex to be enjoyed by all residents and visitors of Central New York. COR Real Property Company, LLC and Upstate Medical Center will invest $24.5 million to complete infrastructure improvements and to construct an 80,000 square foot building at the former Kennedy Square site, adjacent to the CNY Biotech Accelerator Center. The Village of Fayetteville will use GIGP funds to install pervious pavement, rain gardens, bioretention, and stormwater street trees along East Genesee Street. The Fayetteville Gateway Project will help improve safety for pedestrians and motorists, improve water quality and beautify one of the Village's primary economic corridors. Housing Visions Unlimited will utilize the Circles program to help SNAP eligible participants advance with their lives. Circles is a national initiative that addresses poverty and combines best practices across several disciplines including community organizing, case management, grassroots leadership, SMART goal setting, financial literacy, mentoring, peer to peer counseling, job readiness and retention and supportive services such as childcare and transportation. The YMCA of Greater Syracuse will invest $17 million to construct and equip a 100,000 square foot YMCA facility within the Timber Banks Development in the Town of Lysander, Onondaga County, creating 200 jobs in CNY. UPEO will scale up "Skill Train", a workforce development platform targeted at the construction and health care industries, that was successfully piloted in Syracuse's North and Near West Side neighborhoods. Syracuse University will invest $250,000 to administer Round III of The Connective Corridor Facade Improvement Program (FIP), providing funding for improvements to properties located in and adjacent to the Connective Corridor in downtown Syracuse.

Agency/ Program

Award

31239

Onondaga

Tony Baird Electronics, Inc.

Quality Management and Operations Training

DOL EET

$17,000.00

31946

Onondaga

Town of DeWitt

Willis Carrier Recreation Center

ESD MNY

$247,500.00

31329

Onondaga

UpstateCOR Company LLC

Development of Loguen Crossing

ESD Grants

$750,000.00

30273

Onondaga

Village of Fayetteville

Fayetteville Green Gateway

EFC GIGP

$557,100.00

27555

Onondaga

Visions For Change, Inc.

Housing Visions Unlimited SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$100,000.00

26876

Onondaga

YMCA of Greater Syracuse

Construction of YMCA Facility

ESD Grants

$985,000.00

31711

Onondaga

Catholic Charities of Onondaga Counity

Urban Partnership for Economic Opportunity

ESD OA

$100,000.00

32195

Onondaga

Syracuse University

Corridor Facade Improvement Program

ESD Grants

$200,000.00

58

Central New York
CFA # County
Onondaga, Cortland, Cayuga, Oswego, Madison Onondaga, Cortland, Madison, Oswego, Cayuga

Applicant
Syracuse Convention and Visitors Bureau

Project Title
Regional Tourism Advertising

Description
The grant funds requested by the Syracuse Convention Visitors Bureau are to conduct a Destination Branding Campaign that will be used for generating media relations opportunities, and television commercials. A consortium of regional colleges and universities that provide incubation, acceleration and technology development services improving the performance of the region’s vital industries. Central New York Raceway Park, Inc. will invest $11.824 million for environmental studies, wetland mitigation and infrastructure improvements, including access to I-81 in support of a $36.7 million tourism destination complex for motorsports and other eve The City of Fulton will complete an engineering report to evaluate and identify inflow and infiltration within the sanitary sewer collection system. Filtration Lab USA Inc. will purchase and install two new production lines and perform related renovations in order to produce low to medium efficiency air filtration products. Developing new production lines that would produce low to medium efficiency air filtration products to compliment our current production of high end Hepa filtration and make us a full service air filter supplier. Kasoag Trailblazers, Inc., a non-profit, all volunteer member snowmobile club in northeastern Oswego County, grooms and maintains approximately 48 miles of New York State snowmobile trail. The club will use grant funding to purchase a new groomer, allowing them to provide safe snowmobile trails for over 310 club members and the estimated 40,000 sleds per week that visit the area. The Oswego AmeriCorps Program, in partnership with the Department of Social Services, will place 20 AmeriCorps members in service to provide financial literacy and housing services to economically disadvantaged individuals. Members will develop and deliver workshops that provide resources to transition residents into safe, healthy, affordable housing. At the end of twelve month project period, 300 residents will have received financial literacy, housing, and economic opportunity services. Job Skill Development activities will be provided to low-income youth and adults in Oswego County. The outcomes expected to improve basic reading, math, and communication skills; improve computer literacy; improve “soft skills” necessary for employment; be prepared to obtain employment; and obtain access to reliable transportation to obtain and maintain employment.

Agency/ Program
ESD MNY

Award

31372

$370,000.00

27876

CenterState CEO

Tech Garden Innovation Hot Spot

ESD HSSP

$250,000.00

31097

Oswego

Central New York Raceway Park Inc

Tourism Destination Complex

ESD Grants

$750,000.00

32383

Oswego

City of Fulton

City of Fulton Wastewater Engineering Study Equipment Investment and Business Expansion New Product Lines

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

27308

Oswego

Filtration Lab USA Inc.

ESD Grants

$50,000.00

27308

Oswego

Filtration Lab USA Inc.

ESD EJP

$325,000.00

28084

Oswego

Kasoag Trailblazers, Inc.

2013 Groomer Grant

Parks RTP

$127,200.00

31854

Oswego

Oswego City County Youth Bureau

Oswego County Economic Development AmeriCorps Program

ONCS Amer

$128,588.00

29937

Oswego

Oswego County Opportunities Inc

Job Skill Training

DOS CSBG

$93,355.00

59

Central New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Southern Graphic System, LLC, of Phoenix NY in Oswego County, will purchase a Chrome Plating line and expand its Copper Plating line for the gravure printing engraving business. This is a $2.2 million M&E and renovation project retaining 26 jobs and creat Upgrade of Southern Graphci Systems' automated copper plating process which will reduce the cost per unit and expand the capacity of the facility. The Town of Sandy Creek proposes to use $600,000 in NYS CDBG funds for the establishment of the Town of Sandy Creek Water District No. 2. The project will benefit 176 residents in the proposed water district, 107 or 60.79% of whom are low and moderate income. The Town of Scriba will complete an engineering report to evaluate the feasibility of a town-wide wastewater treatment and collection system. The Village of Cleveland will complete an engineering report to evaluate its existing wastewater treatment infrastructure. Grant funds will be used towards the acquisition of a privately-owned property for public parkland, site work to prepare the parcel, and installation of picnic accommodations and park equipment for children of all abilities. The project will greatly enhance the recreational opportunities available to residents in the Village of Lacona and provide a safe place for children to socialize, exercise and interact with their peers. The Village of Phoenix will use $187,070.75 in New York Main Street funds to assist the owners of mixed-use buildings to complete commercial and residential renovation projects along State Street in the Village's Canal Waterfront District. Oswego County, with the Central New York Regional Planning and Development Board and Cayuga, Onondaga, Madison, Cortland Counties, will prepare the Central New York Region Recreation and Heritage Plan, providing the foundation for the establishment of a regionally inter-linked recreational and heritage network. The Cayuga Lake Wine Trail (cayugawinetrail.com), a 16 winery member organization, is presenting a marketing program project to utilize our resources to work together to promote the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail as a destination for winery visitation and to provide a quality experience.

Agency/ Program

Award

28057

Oswego

Southern Graphic SystemsLLC

Automated Chrome Line

ESD Grants

$200,000.00

28057

Oswego

Southern Graphic SystemsLLC

Automated Chrome Line

ESD EJP

$200,000.00

27295

Oswego

Town of Sandy Creek

Town of Sandy Creek Water District No. 2

HCR CDBGPI

$600,000.00

27753

Oswego

Town of Scriba

Town of Scriba Sewer System Engieneering Study Village of Cleveland Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$24,000.00

32132

Oswego

Village of Cleveland

DEC EPGP

$24,000.00

31413

Oswego

Village of Lacona

Lacona Park Project

Parks PA

$48,979.00

29203

Oswego

Village of Phoenix

State Street Improvement Project

HCR NYMS

$187,071.00

30958

Oswego, Cayuga, Onondaga, Madison, Cortland

Oswego County

Central New York Region Recreation and Heritage Plan

DOS LWRP

$65,000.00

30031

Seneca, Cayuga, Tompkins

Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Northern PA Marketing Grant

ESD MNY

$50,000.00

60

Central New York
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
NYSERDA's Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs offer New York businesses solutions to improve energy efficiency and save money through design, new construction, renovation, and process improvements to commercial and industrial buildings. The New Construction Program and Existing Facilities Program help building owners make informed decisions to design and renovate sustainable buildings. The FlexTech program can offer energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process Efficiency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing efficiency. Federal Industrial Development Bond (IDB) Cap will be made available for state and local government issuers to sell tax-exempt bonds for eligible economic development, infrastructure and community revitalization efforts.

Agency/ Program

Award

Energy Efficiency Projects

NYSERDA EE

$4,672,875.00

Low Cost Economic Development Financing

ESD IDBC

$30,000,000.00

61

Mohawk Valley

62

Mohawk Valley
$82.4 million awarded to 76 projects

CFA #

County
Essex, Franklin, St. Lawrence, Lewis, Oneida, Herkimer, Hamilton

Applicant

Project Title

Description
Cycle Adirondacks is a week-long, fully supported road-bicycle tour through northern New York State. The goal of the annual event is to promote the Adirondacks and surrounding region, bring a greater appreciation of this part of New York State to participants, and stimulate economic activity in communities. The City of Johnstown will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist the owners of mixed-use buildings to complete commercial and residential renovation projects along Main Street. A detailed site plan has been prepared for the development of a park in the Town of Broadalbin, which currently does not have any parks or recreation facilities. The 29-acre site will be developed to provide a wide range of recreational facilities including baseball, softball and soccer fields, and a basketball court. Other facilities will include a pavilion and playground area, access roads and parking. The project is to purchase and install 300 new energy-efficient windows at its 420 East German St. location. The Town of German Flatt’s Town Park project includes the development of an ADA-accessible trail that connects to the Canalway Trail, a community center to enhance canalway infrastructure and to support park programming, a parking area with lighting, a renovated historic 1840’s schoolhouse for use as a visitor’s center, avian habitat, an ADA-accessible dock and canoe/kayak launch facility, overlooks, seating, interpretive signage and gardens. Theater in downtown Little Falls is convert to digital projection technology The Village of Ilion proposes to use $600,000 in NYS CDBG funds for its East Street Neighborhood Sewer Improvement project. The project will benefit 302 residents of the East Street Neighborhood, 236 or 78% of whom are low and moderate income. Retro-fit an existing 125 room hotel located in the Amsterdam downtown revitalization area.

Agency/ Program
ESD MNY

Award
$211,750.00

30493

Wildlife Conservation Society

Cycle Adirondacks

29362

Fulton

City of Johnstown

City of Johnstown NYMS

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

28555

Fulton

Shelter Planning Development

Town of Broadalbin Park Development

Parks PA

$500,000.00

30267

Herkimer

Herkimer County Chapter NYSARC Inc.

HARC Business Park Development

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

28937

Herkimer

Town of German Flatts

Fort Herkimer ChurchGerman Flatts Town Park Development Project

Parks PA

$171,792.00

31174

Herkimer

Valley Cinema

Valley Cinema Digital Projector Village of Ilion East St Public Infrastucture Improvements

ESD Grants

$25,000.00

30854

Herkimer

Village of Ilion

HCR CDBGPI

$600,000.00

32273

montgomery

American Hotel and Hospitality Management LLC

Hampton Inn Amsterdam

ESD Grants

$880,000.00

63

Mohawk Valley
CFA # County Applicant
Amsterdam Industrial Development Agency

Project Title
Expansion of wireless and communication operations

Description
GIANT Solutions, specializing in the development of wireless communications including system design/performance, in-building wireless and public safety communication networks is expanding its operations. The City of Amsterdam proposes to use $600,000 in NYS CDBG funds to implement the Storm Sewer Separation project which will eliminate storm and sanitary cross connections. This project will benefit 18,355 persons, 11,196 or 61% of whom are low and moderate income. The City of Amsterdam proposes to use $50,000 in NYS CDBG Small Business Assistance funds to assist in the expansion of GIANT Solutions, LLC. The project proposes the creation of 2 full time jobs, which will benefit low and moderate income residents. Construction of an assisted living center along with a rehabilitation center. The project includes setting up a distillery in Fort Plain NY to manufacture distilled spirits for sale to liquor stores and bars. The project includes setting up a distillery in Fort Plain NY to manufacture distilled spirits for sale to liquor stores and bars. Company will relocate, renovate, and expand into a 55,000 sq.ft. facility, purchasing new M&E for additonal production. The Project includes building a 125site campground with amenities in St. Johnsville bordering the Mohawk River. This project will expand the existing municipal marina with improved services – including the construction of a new bathhouse for boaters, community residents, and patrons of the 28 campsites located adjacent to the marina. A private partner, Mohawk Valley Tourism & Waterfront Development Project (Erie Canal RV Resort & Campground) will build on the success of the municipal marina with additional visitor services and will include hands-on educational exhibits for tourists to learn about the history and culture of this area. The Village of Canajoharie proposes to use $600,000 of NYS CDBG funds to implement improvements to the local water system. The project will benefit 2,208 persons, 1,170 or 53% of whom are low and moderate income. The Village of Fultonville proposes to use $400,000 in NYS CDBG funds for a flood mitigation project which will consist of installing flood control gates and two drainage culverts that extend under the NYS Thruway . Purchase new machinery and equipment for new product production.

Agency/ Program

Award

31860

Montgomery

ESD Grants

$30,000.00

29565

Montgomery

City of Amsterdam

Amsterdam Sewer System Improvements Phase 4

HCR CDBGPI

$600,000.00

31860

Montgomery

City of Amsterdam

City of Amsterdam Assistance to GIANT Solutions

HCR CDBGSBA

$50,000.00

31633 32026

Montgomery Montgomery

Deer Run at River Ridge Erie Canal Distillers Erie Canal Distillers Mohawk Resources Ltd Mohawk Valley Tourism Waterfront DevelopProject

Deer Run Senior Housing Project Establish distellery in Fort Plain Establish distellery in Fort Plain Relocation and Expansion Project Erie Canal RV Resort Campground

ESD Grants ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00 $10,000.00

32026

Montgomery

ESD EJP

$20,000.00

30535

Montgomery

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

32088

Montgomery

ESD Grants

$200,000.00

26927

Montgomery

Mohawk Valley VillagesSt Johnsville

Mohawk Valley Villages St Johnsville Marina

Canals

$150,000.00

29695

Montgomery

Village of Canajoharie

Village of Canajoharie Water System Improvements

HCR CDBGPI

$600,000.00

28667

Montgomery

Village of Fultonville

Village of Fultonville Flood Mitigation Project Wood Shavings Expansion

HCR CDBGPF

$400,000.00

29295

Oneida

3B Timber Co Inc

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

64

Mohawk Valley
CFA #
29562

County
Oneida

Applicant
Adirondack Barrel Cooperage

Project Title
Barrel Repair and Reconditioning Expansion

Description
Purchase of machinery and equipment. Digital film projector conversion will enhance the Center’s transformation as a classic and silent film cinema to a multi-venue, multi-discipline arts complex in keeping with the Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Council Strategic Plan. This project will add 9 job positions and three additional performance spaces, encouraging activity in Rome's Central Business District, located on West Dominick Street, a designated Main Street Corridor. The City of Rome will use GIGP funds to disconnect downspouts and install pervious pavement, stormwater street trees, and bioretention to revitalize the West Dominick Street arts and cultural district. These features will help to capture rainfall and slow down and clean stormwater from adjacent impervious areas. The City of Rome will update the Comprehensive Master Plan and Zoning Code which were established in 2004. Items which will be addressed include smart growth principles. The goal will be to update the Master Plan and Zoning Code by integrating the LEED for Neighborhood Development into the local master plan, zoning code, site plan and subdivision regulations, supplemental development standards, and development incentives and assistance. Construction of a 2.8 MegaWatt solar array on the former Tannery Road Landfill in West Rome, which is capped and maintained by the City of Rome. The City of Utica will complete an engineering report to evaluate options for improved stormwater control from City owned buildings using green infrastructure. The City of Utica will conduct engineering and planning to advance the Utica Harbor Master Plan including hydrology, bulkhead evaluation, environmental review, cultural investigations and potential recreation uses. The project will also include construction of streetscape improvements, closure of a dredge spoils area, site assemblage and property acquisition. The project consists of environmental studies and site work to cleanup and redevelop the underutilized harbor area for future public/private investment. The project will modify the existing sewer system in the 169-acre project area, converting a 66-inch Relief Sewer into a storm sewer, thereby reducing wet-weather flows into the sanitary sewer.

Agency/ Program
ESD Grants

Award
$60,000.00

26950

Oneida

Capitol Civic Center, Inc.

Rome Capitol Theatre Expansion and Restoration Project

Arts DFPCP

$100,000.00

30799

Oneida

City of Rome

Capitol Steps

EFC GIGP

$230,900.00

30797

Oneida

City of Rome

ReTooling Rome for Smart Growth

NYSERDA CGC2

$75,000.00

30795

Oneida

City of Rome NY

Brownfields to Brightfields - Photovoltaic Installation City of Utica Municipal Facilities Stormwater Control Plan

ESD Grants

$200,000.00

32384

Oneida

City of Utica

DEC EPGP

$40,000.00

32339

Oneida

City of Utica

Utica Harbor Phase I and II Projects

DOS LWRP

$500,000.00

32339

Oneida

City of Utica

Utica Harbor Phase I and II Projects Utica Sewer Separation Project A8

ESD Grants

$5,000,000.00

32032

Oneida

City of Utica

ESD Grants

$1,300,000.00

65

Mohawk Valley
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Oneida County proposes to use $100,000 in NYS CDBG Small Business Assistance funds to assist in the expansion of 3B Timber Company, Inc. located in the Village of Boonville. The project proposes the creation of 4 full time jobs, of which 4 (100%) will benefit low and moderate income residents. Renovation structure located at 9735 River Road, Marcy; includes purchase of machinery and equipment.

Agency/ Program

Award

28307

Oneida

County of Oneida

Oneida County Assistance to 3B Timber Company

HCR CDBGSBA

$100,000.00

31071

Oneida

Cryo Pure Corp

9735 River Road Building Renovation and Business Expansion 9735 River Road Building Renovation and Business Expansion Quad C at SUNYIT Griffiss Institute Expansion Development of Solar Photovoltaic System MV EDGE

ESD Grants

$100,000.00

31071

Oneida

Cryo Pure Corp

Renovation structure located at 9735 River Road, Marcy; includes purchase of machinery and equipment. This is the continuation of building the Quad C facility on the SUNY IT campus GLDC will construct a two story 22,000± square feet expansion for the Griffiss Institute. The design will be flexible to meet varying tenant requirements. The project will develop a 200 kW solar photovoltaic system. This project is additonal construction, a second crossing of the canal, to the Oneida County Interceptor Sewer Upgrade Project The Masonic Medical Research Lab, will perform "Next Generation" genetic screening using whole exome and whole genome sequencing by investing in specialized equipment and related soft costs. The project includes purchasing new fermenting and aging tanks and construction of a new building next to the brew house. The project includes purchasing new fermenting and aging tanks and construction of a new building next to the brew house. The project includes the purchase, repair, and build-out, of a 15,000 square foot building into a state-of-the-art office facility to accommodate the companies future growth. Additonal site work for the Marcy Nanocenter Site

ESD EJP

$150,000.00

20823

Oneida

Fort Schuyler Management Corporation Griffiss Local Development Corporation Griffiss Utility Services Corporation Infrastructure Improvements for Marcy NanoCenter Masonic Medical Research Laboratory

ESD Grants

$3,100,000.00

31542

Oneida

ESD Grants

$1,100,000.00

32271

Oneida

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

28106

Oneida

ESD Grants

$700,000.00

30669

Oneida

Next Generation Genetic Sequencing

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

32652

Oneida

Matt Brewing Co. Inc.

Brewing Capacity Expansion

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

32652

Oneida

Matt Brewing Co. Inc.

Brewing Capacity Expansion 9732 River Road Building Renovation and Business Expansion MV EDGE

ESD EJP

$200,000.00

31966

Oneida

Medcare Administrators LLC MNC Time to Market Improvements

ESD Grants

$200,000.00

28409

Oneida

ESD Grants

$3,250,000.00

66

Mohawk Valley
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) AmeriCorps Program will recruit twenty youth from high-need communities in the City of Utica, and provide them with academic instruction, occupational skills training, and viable pathways to college and careers. Members will renovate fifty housing units for homeless veterans, gaining employment, construction, and team-building skills to ultimately earn a GED. Members will receive the support services needed to enter higher education, and gain hands-on experience and industry-recognized building credentials. Purchase of machinery and equipment and develop a UAS training curriculum at MVCC. Community college will build upon existing Student Sandbox (Entrepreneurial Space) in downtown Utica to foster growth in the Regional workforce and talent base. The Mohawk Valley Certified Business Incubator will link numerous regional cybersecurity assets and business development programs into one unified program. This consortium will assist startup businesses in the Mohawk Valley by deploying best practices a Installation of a Photovoltaic (PV) array system at the former Rome Cable site, a key urban brownfield. Through an exhibition of 70 major paintings by European masters, the MunsonWilliamsProctor Arts Institute will engage audiences, unite regional organizations and advance cultural tourism. This rare opportunity will showcase artworks by renowned artists rarely exhibited in Upstate New York. The exhibit is expected to draw 13,000 to 15,000 visitors to downtown Utica and contribute to the local economy. Through the The Golden Age of European Painting (June 14 to Sept. 14, 2014) exhibition of 70 major paintings by European masters such as Rembrandt, Rubens, and Gainsborough, the Museum seeks funding to engage audiences, unite regional organizations, and advance cultural tourism. Oneida County will undertake improvements to the Railway Express Agency (REA) Wing at Union Station in Utica that will include exterior work and further development of the public market. The final result is intended to provide flexible accommodations for the vendors and a unique venue for shoppers in the historic former Railway Express Agency baggage handling facility. Improvements to the Railway Express Agency (REA) Wing at Union Station in Utica

Agency/ Program

Award

26891

Oneida

Mohawk Valley Community College

Mohawk Valley Economic Development AmeriCorps Program

ONCS Amer

$128,378.00

30379

Oneida

Mohawk Valley Community College Mohawk Valley Community College Foundation

Unmanned Aerial Systems Training Community Entrepreneurship Sandbox

ESD Grants

$100,000.00

30373

Oneida

ESD Grants

$55,000.00

29853

Oneida

Mohawk Valley Edge

Mohawk Valley Certified Business Incubator Proposal Rome Cable From Unusable to Renewable

ESD HSSP

$125,000.00

31159

Oneida

Mohawk Valley EDGE

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

27462

Oneida

The Golden Age of European Painting

Arts CHPG

$100,000.00

27462

Oneida

Munson-WilliamsProctor Arts Institute

The Golden Age of European Painting

ESD MNY

$18,000.00

28060

Oneida

Oneida County

Union Station Improvements

Parks HPA

$300,000.00

28060

Oneida

Oneida County

Utica Public Market Improvements at Union Station

ESD Grants

$200,000.00

67

Mohawk Valley
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Oneida County Workforce Development (OCWD) will partner with the Workforce Investment Board of Herkimer, Madison and Oneida Counties (WIB), the BOCES, and the Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) to help SNAP eligible individuals gain employment in the region’s high-growth job sectors, specifically the health care, manufacturing and financial industries. Work readiness and adult basic education will be included in the curriculum to address any educational, skills, and behavioral deficits. Project is first phase of a multi phased project: work includes selective demolition of interior, mold and asbestos remediation, HVAC repair, etc Develop a new six-acre recreational campground with two cabins, and about 50 sites for RVs. Will include a facility for recreation and a pavilion. The company will replace eight older anneal furnace bases that are at risk of failure in the steel mill increasing the overall efficiency for the furnaces. The Village of Clinton will complete an engineering report to evaluate the replacement of a sewer line along Route 12B. The Utica Memorial Auditorium is undergoing further improvements: including facade and canopy replacement, mechanical and electrical upgrades, lower concourse roof replacement, a 300-car parking lot, and the addition of up to eight suites. An expansion of a coffee roasting, packaging, warehousing, and distribution operation. The Village of Barneveld will complete an engineering report to evaluate a wastewater treatment and collection system for the Village. The Village of Oriskany Falls will use $16,625 in NYMS funds for its Oriskany Falls Downtown Planning Study. The study will analyze the Village's current development pattern by completing an inventory of existing properties. The Village anticipates that this study will position it for future NYMS funding. The Village has committed matching funds for the project. A new welcome center and bathhouse will be built adjacent to the public beach and picnic area in the Village of Sylvan Beach, replacing an existing deteriorated bathhouse. Amenities will include indoor and outdoor shower facilities, lockers, lifeguard office, additional storage areas, a rain garden for storm water management, and a tourism office.

Agency/ Program

Award

26841

Oneida

Oneida County Workforce Development

Oneida County Workforce Development SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$300,000.00

30628

Oneida

Primo Propert LLC

The Utica Landmark Project

ESD Grants

$400,000.00

30321

Oneida

Rock Ledge Campground

Rock Ledge Campground Furnace Base Replacement Project Town of Kirkland Sewer Capacity Expansion Study in the Village of Clinton

ESD Grants

$25,000.00

32244

Oneida

Rome Strip Steel Company Inc.

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

32662

Oneida

Town of Kirkland

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

32511

Oneida

Upper Mohawk Valley Memorial Auditorium Authority

Utica Memorial Auditorium Major Facility Upgrades

ESD Grants

$700,000.00

27424

Oneida

Utica Coffee

Utica Coffee Expansion Village of Barneveld Wastewater Facility and Collection Study

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

29576

Oneida

Village of Barneveld

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

30365

Oneida

Village of Oriskany Falls

Oriskany Falls Downtown Technical Assistance Project

HCR NYMSTA

$16,625.00

31642

Oneida

Village of Sylvan Beach

Sylvan Beach Welcome Center

Canals

$120,000.00

68

Mohawk Valley
CFA #
30441

County
Oneida

Applicant
Westmoreland Development Company of NY LLC Workforce Investment Board

Project Title
Westmoreland Ambulatory Surgical Center Mohawk Valley STEM Opportunities

Description
The project includes the acquisition of a 5-acre parcel in the Town of Westmoreland and construction of a free-standing, multispeciality ambulatory surgery center. Summer STEM training for young students The Workforce Investment Board has developed this project to provide young refugee adults in the City of Utica with the training needed for fast attachment to the workforce, helping refugees become sufficiently literate for the workplace as they learn work skills that will make them valued employees. Soft skills development will help refugees understand the American workplace and work customs. The Project includes the design and construction of 10,000 sq ft. of a proposed 19,000 sq ft. passenger terminal/fixed based operation building at the Griffiss International Airport. Company proposes to expand the company's existing fiber network to Herkimer, Ilion, and Mohawk. The project would also connect the company's Oneida network to the Mohawk Valley network thereby expanding broadband availability. The Women’s Employment Resource Center will operate the Professional Pathways Job Training and Placement Program to provide clerical and computer skills training to women who are unemployed due to company closures and downsizing, including work readiness training, education on non-traditional employment opportunities, how to apply college degree and certificate programs, developing realistic business and education goals, and job placement. Train artists from refugee and immigrant communities in the Capital and Mohawk Valley Regions in business entrepreneurship and marketing, to stimulate new business enterprises. The City of Oneonta will develop a comprehensive economic planning and development plan for downtown Oneonta. The objective is to develop a sustainable strategy for the city. The City of Oneonta will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist commercial and residential mixed-use buildings in downtown Oneonta. The Exeter Trailblazers, Inc. Snowmobile Club, located in the Town of Exeter in Otsego County, plans to purchase a Class A Tracked Groomer and a Multi-Blade Planer Grooming Drag to maintain trails and improve safety for increased travel with adjoining trail systems. Creation of lab space for a food and beverage training, testing, and research facility at Hartwick College.

Agency/ Program
ESD Grants

Award
$400,000.00

27217

Oneida

ESD OA

$90,000.00

26833

Oneida

Workforce Investment Board

Utica Training Program

DOS CSBG

$93,355.00

31808

Oneida County

CS Engineers

Rome Terminal

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

30045

Oneida, Herkimer

Northland Networks

Northland Fiber Phase 2

ESD Grants

$70,000.00

29215

Oneida, Herkimer

Womens Employment Resource Center, Inc.

Womens Employment Resource Center SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$19,500.00

27000

Oneida, Montgomery, Herkimer, Schenectady, Albany

New York Folklore Society

Newcomer Microenterprise

ESD OA

$10,000.00

29475

Otsego

City of Oneonta

Focus for the Future Main Street Oneonta Oneonta Downtown Revitalization Program Snowmobile Groomer Equipment Purchase Craft Food and Beverage Center at Hartwick college

ESD SPFS

$75,000.00

29479

Otsego

City of Oneonta

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

28646

Otsego

Exeter Trailblazers, Inc.

Parks RTP

$200,000.00

27585

Otsego

Hartwick College

ESD Grants

$60,000.00

69

Mohawk Valley
CFA # County Applicant Project Title
Restoration of two Main Street Properties

Description
LCL Associates plans to restore two vacant Main Street buildings in the City of Oneonta. The buildings will be redeveloped and renovated into four (4) commercial units and a number of residential units. "Milford Central School Career Opportunities in Rural Education Biomedical Program

Agency/ Program
ESD Grants

Award

32241

Otsego

HDB Realty

$200,000.00

30729

Otsego

Milford Central School District

Milford Central School Career Opportunities in Rural Education - Biomedical Program

The Milford and Laurens Central School Districts will collaborate in the expansion of the Career Opportunities in Rural Education Initiative (C.O.R.E) by creating a consolidated Biomedical Science Curriculum. The Districts will reduce expenses and generate revenue while providing students with unique educational opportunities in this field in order to compete with their metropolitan counterparts." The National Baseball Hall of Fame seeks to design and implement a mobile application that will provide content from the Hall of Fame archive that is related to the users' location, increasing their level of engagement with the Museum. The New York State Historical Association's Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown and The Arkell Museum of Canajoharie are collaborating to show an original Winslow Homer collection together for the first time. The Fenimore Art Museum is providing several crucial areas of support, in return for approval to host the Homer collection in Cooperstown. The exhibit and programs will engage an underserved population and the visiting public with excellent art that is otherwise rarely accessible. Otsego County will convert highway management data to an assetmanagement database, improving efficiency of County records and increasing conformity with Federal Highway Administration regulations. The county will use technology to measure the reflectance of signs and track data of existing signs developing a financially appropriate replacement schedule. This data management program will reduce annual replacement costs for the signs, increase road safety and reduce unnecessary inspections. The projects includes construction of a new municipal water supply and distribution system in the Southside area of the Town of Oneonta to service existing and expanding businesses. Schoharie County proposes to use $180,000 in NYS CDBG Small Business Assistance funds to assist Corbin Hill Food Project (CHFP) build a processing hub in Carlisle, NY. The project proposes the creation of 10 full time jobs, of which 8 will benefit low and moderate income persons.

DOS LGE

$40,000.00

27786

Otsego

National Baseball Hall Of Fame

Mobile Application

ESD MNY

$234,000.00

27645

Otsego

New York State Historical Association

Winslow Homer The Nature and Rhythm of LIfe

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

31533

Otsego

Otsego County

Otsego County Highway Asset Management Program

DOS LGE

$36,000.00

32625

Otsego

Town of Oneonta

Southside Water Project

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

29182

Schoharie

Schoharie County

Corbin Hill Farm

HCR CDBGSBA

$180,000.00

70

Mohawk Valley
CFA #
29182

County
Schoharie

Applicant
Schoharie County

Project Title
HUB Construction

Description
Construct a facility which will provide a location for local farmers to bring their products for packaging and distribution locally and to NYC. The Town of Middleburg's Comprehensive Plan needs to be updated in the wake of Hurricane Irene, reevaluating current flood plain areas and encouraging better land use management practices to limit future loss of property and keep residents safe. The project includes the design and construction of improvements to the Cobleskill Water Supply. Applicant plans to purchase a historic tavern in Schoharie, renovate and purchase M&E to turn a portion of building into a fully operational farm distillery. The site would be marketed as a tourism destination. Revolutionary Spirits, LLC, a farm distillery, was founded in 2013 to help quench America's growing thirst for high quality artisanal spirits. Keeping this landmark open to the public is as key to our project as creating and sharing new agribusiness opportunities with our agricultural and tourism partners. Our plan also includes utilizing space within the property to celebrate our region's rich local history. The Village will complete planning to merge existing and potential waterfront and floodplain FEMA buyout properties to create a cohesive waterfront recreational plan to help spur physical and economic revitalization following Tropical Storm Lee flooding. Schoharie County, in cooperation with Soil and Water Conservation Districts, will implement the Mohawk River Watershed Management Plan through flood mitigation studies in the Schoharie Creek Watershed, installation of best management practices to reduce stormwater impacts and invasive species control. Community Renewal will make funding available to eligible municipalities for Housing Rehabilitation, Public Infrastructure, Public Facilities and Economic Development activities for the benefit of low to moderateincome individuals. Excelsior Jobs Program tax credits will be reserved for future projects including business investments in targeted industries that are within the region and that create or retain jobs, create capital investment and are consistent with the Strategic Plan. Federal Industrial Development Bond (IDB) Cap will be made available for state and local government issuers to sell tax-exempt bonds for eligible economic development, infrastructure and community revitalization efforts.

Agency/ Program
ESD Grants

Award
$180,000.00

31784

Schoharie

Town of Middleburgh

Middleburgh Comprehensive Plan Water Supply Improvements Project Acquisition of the George Mann Tory Taver

ESD SPFS

$20,000.00

31924

Schoharie

Village of Cobleskill

ESD Grants

$300,000.00

30035

Schoharie

Revolutionary Spirits

ESD Grants

$60,000.00

30035

Schoharie

Revolutionary Spirits

Farm Distillery and Tourist Destination

ESD MNY

$47,200.00

32354

Schoharie

Village of Schoharie

Waterfront Recreational Assets Planning

DOS LWRP

$41,750.00

28618

Schoharie, Greene, Montgomery, Albany, Schenectady, Saratoga, Hamilton, Oneida, Fulton

Schoharie County

Mohawk River Watershed Management Plan Implementation: Phase 1

DOS LWRP

$483,625.00

Community Renewal Fund

HCR CRF

$8,345,000.00

Excelsior Jobs Credits

ESD EJP

$9,630,000.00

Low Cost Economic Development Financing

ESD IDBC

$30,000,000.00

71

Mohawk Valley
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs offer New York businesses solutions to improve energy efficiency and save money through design, new construction, renovation, and process improvements to commercial and industrial buildings. The New Construction Program and Existing Facilities Program help building owners make informed decisions to design and renovate sustainable buildings. The FlexTech program can offer energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process Efficiency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing efficiency.

Agency/ Program

Award

NYSERDA Energy Efficiency Projects

NYSERDA EE

$3,858,125.00

72

North Country

73

North Country
$81.3 million awarded to 70 projects

CFA #

County

Applicant

Project Title

Description
Bombardier Mass Transit Corporation of Plattsburgh will train 97 workers in leadership, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Word, general procedure writing and document management, welding, nondestructive testing, meeting facilitation, and value stream mapping. Expansion of the Plattsburgh International Airport terminal. The Strand, a 1924 historic silent film house, will be installing a digital projection system to allow for expanded content such as traveling film series, live streaming, and classic silent films (accompanied by a 1924 Wurlitzer organ). The Strand Theatre was named a priority project for the past two years by the North Country Economic Development Council. The economic impact on downtown Plattsburgh has been estimated to be $4M annually and will increase tourism, business development and improve residents’ quality of life. The Village and Town of Champlain will cooperatively address the critical wastewater needs of the Town and Village by upgrading the sewer plant to increase the capacity for business and eliminate the need for costly on-site septic systems. The town and village are located in the northeastern most portion of New York State; a critical location for economic development at the fifth busiest US/Canada land crossing. To improve the accessibility to historic Heyworth/Mason Park and Sullivan Sports Park, the hamlet of Peru proposes the construction of a 1.5-mile, paved, non-motorized trail. The trail’s completion will also link residential, commercial and natural areas and provide safe, off-road recreational opportunities for all ages and abilities in the community.

Agency/ Program

Award

29229

Clinton

Bombardier Mass Transit Corporation

Software and Operational Skills Training

DOL EET

$40,922.00

31776

Clinton

Clinton County

Plattsburgh International Airport Terminal Expansion and FIS Facility

ESD Grants

$4,500,000.00

29063

Clinton

North Country Cultural Center for the Arts

Plattsburgh Strand Theatre Digital Conversion

Arts DFPCP

$78,000.00

30904

Clinton

Town of Champlain

C2 Joint Wastewater Project

DOS LGE

$415,000.00

26684

Clinton

Town of Peru

Connecting Town Parks

Parks RTP

$200,000.00

74

North Country
CFA # County Applicant Project Title
Town of Peru Sewer Study

Description
The Town of Peru will complete an engineering report to identify inflow and infiltration issues and evaluate the expansion of the existing wastewater infrastructure. To improve the accessibility to historic Heyworth/Mason Park and Sullivan Sports Park, the hamlet of Peru proposes the construction of a 1.5-mile, paved, non-motorized trail. The trail’s completion will also link residential, commercial and natural areas and provide safe, off-road recreational opportunities for all ages and abilities in the community. The Town of Plattsburgh will prepare the Lake Champlain/Saranac River Waterfront Plan to explore hamlet redevelopment strategies, improve waterfront access and connect the hamlets to Lake Champlain through a greenway trail system. Additionally, conceptual designs will be developed for improvements to connect the hamlets to the Saranac River and Lake Champlain waterfronts. This project will deliver a detailed business and implementation plan to create a powerful certification-based North Country product brand, describing how the brand will be professionally researched and developed, how it will gain market share, how it will be managed and how it will be sustainably financed. The North Country region plans to capitalize on one of its most unique elements- the longest border with Canada- in a collaborative, multi-county marketing effort to draw targeted Canadian visitors across the border to take advantage of the North Country’s four-season recreational opportunities. A collaboration of nonprofit organizations will develop a cohesive entity offering artists and artistic venues a stronger presence and a dedicated online home to engage with residents and visitors. The Adirondack Regional Arts Trail will connect the region’s arts organizations, galleries, theaters, artists and craftspeople and elevate its global recognition leading to an economic boost for these rural communities. Clinton and Franklin counties will advance priority projects from the Essex and Clinton Counties Waterfront Plan, Clinton County Destination Plan, and other community and waterfront revitalization plans in order to improve the regional tourism infrastructure and strengthen the regional tourism economy in the Lake Champlain region. The Counties will also develop an Action Plan to return key underutilized properties in downtown centers to productive private sector reuse.

Agency/ Program
DEC EPGP

Award

31626

Clinton

Town of Peru

$30,000.00

26684

Clinton

Town of Peru

Trail Connecting Heyworth/Mason Park to Sullivan Park

Parks PA

$58,000.00

31588

Clinton

Town of Plattsburgh

Lake Champlain/ Saranac River Waterfront Plan

DOS LWRP

$25,000.00

31568

Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence

Adirondack North Country Associartion

Adirondack North Country Product Branding

ESD MNY

$100,000.00

30275

Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority

North Country Regional Tourism CFA

ESD MNY

$1,086,750.00

32016

Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, St. Lawrence, Jefferson, Lewis

Adirondack North Country Association

Adirondack Regional Art Trail

Arts CHPG

$59,200.00

28950

Clinton, Franklin

Clinton County

Clinton and Franklin Counties Waterfront Revitalization Advancement

DOS LWRP

$625,000.00

75

North Country
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Expanded film programming will be made possible by the purchase of DCI compliant digital film projection equipment for the Strand Theater in Schroon Lake, a community located in the Eastern Adirondacks in rural Northern New York. The theater is a vital piece of the cultural landscape, and the project supports the North Country REDC’s strategy of keeping jobs, money and people in the North Country. This project will lead to improved job skills and career enhancing opportunities for new and existing employees. Au Sable Forks is a small community with a population of about 600 people which serves as “the gateway to the High Peaks” in the heart of the Adirondacks. This project will ensure the future viability of the Hollywood Cinema as a viable business through purchase of a digital equipment package for 1 of its 2 theaters, and simultaneously expand cultural programming to preserve the economic vitality of Main Street. This project also creates the opportunity to create/ retain jobs-all positively influencing the regional economy. The Town of Minerva will upgrade its Comprehensive Plan and develop a municipal facilities plan. With both, they will seek to integrate the principals of reducing energy use, integrating the use of renewable energy where possible and encouraging residents to improve energy efficiency. The steamboat Gothic lodging, in Schroon Lake, built in 1883 will be restored and configured into five luxury suite, in addition to another nine structures that are being recycled in order to support the tourism industry in the area. The steamboat Gothic lodging, in Schroon Lake, built in 1883 will be restored and configured into five luxury suite, in addition to another nine structures that are being recycled in order to support the tourism industry in the area. Construct a resort grade hotel facility in Saranac Lake. Feasibility study of the Lowes Bldg in Ticonderoga to determine usefulness for education purposes.

Agency/ Program

Award

31499

Essex

Adirondack Film Society

Expanding film programming for the Adirondack region

Arts DFPCP

$70,000.00

29338

Essex

Appleby Foundation Inc.

Digital Projection Conversion

Arts DFPCP

$70,000.00

31964

Essex

Essex County Office of Community Resources

Town of Minerva Comprehensive Plan

NYSERDA CGC2

$50,625.00

29111

Essex

Inn on Schroon Lake

Inn on Schroon Lake

ESD MNY

$14,095.00

29111

Essex

Inn on Schroon Lake

Inn on Schroon Lake Restoration

ESD Grants

$750,000.00

30367 32381

Essex Essex

Lake Flower Lodging LLC North Country Community College

Resort Hotel Construction Ticonderoga Biomass Project

ESD Grants ESD SPFS

$2,000,000.00 $55,000.00

76

North Country
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Pendragon Theatre will hire a seasonal intern to work with the theatre in various capacities including administration, marketing, stage management, costuming and scene shop work. This project will create a job for a young student looking to further his or her education and career in the arts. The intern will learn how a professional theatre is run while improving Pendragon’s efficiency, thus improving the quality of work that is presented to the surrounding community. New construction & renovations to existing buildings at Seagle Music Colony in Essex County. Seagle Music Colony (SMC) is a 98-yearold nationally acclaimed summer vocal training and performance center in Schroon Lake. Among its goals are to increase SMC's audiences and supporters and to use SMC's increased visibility in the North Country to enlarge the tourism economy and to attract new visitors and residents who seek cultural enrichment. Jay Park was completely destroyed by Hurricane Irene. This project will rebuild the park with the purpose of resuming organized recreational activities with a new softball field, soccer field and baseball field. The Town of Moriah will complete an engineering report to identify and recommend upgrades to correct inflow and infiltration issues within the town-owned wastewater collection system. The Town of Newcomb will develop a Hudson River Waterfront and Economic Revitalization Plan to increase tourism, identify and attract recreation-based businesses and accommodations, and enhance access to public lands. The Town of Ticonderoga will use GIGP funds to incorporate stream daylighting, bioretention, and a constructed wetland adjacent to Bicentennial Park. This project will help reduce combined sewer overflows by directing stormwater into more natural drainage features and out of the combined sewer system. The Town of Willsboro will complete an engineering report to identify upgrades to the Town wastewater treatment and collection system. The Village of Lake Placid will complete an engineering report assessing the replacement of sanitary sewers to ease maintenance and protect Mirror Lake water quality. The Village of Port Henry will use $131,311 in New York Main Street funds to assist Village property owners with commercial and residential renovation projects and perform streetscape enhancements.

Agency/ Program

Award

32512

Essex

Pendragon Theatre

Internship Funding

Arts IWDP

$3,360.00

30924

Essex

Seagle Music Colony

Seagle Music Colony Centennial and Campus Improvement

ESD Grants

$100,000.00

30924

Essex

Seagle Music Colony

Seagle Music Colony Centennial and Campus Improvement

ESD MNY

$18,100.00

27993

Essex

Town of Jay

Grove Rd Park Improvement Project

Parks PA

$54,460.00

27719

Essex

Town of Moriah

Town of Moriah Wastewater Engineering Study NYS Route 28N Corridor and Hudson River Waterfront Economic Revitalization Plan

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

28059

Essex

Town of Newcomb

DOS LWRP

$37,500.00

26983

Essex

Town of Ticonderoga

Stream Daylighting

EFC GIGP

$539,103.00

27954

Essex

Town of Willsboro

Town of Willsboro Wastewater Treatment Upgrades Engineering Study Village of Lake Placid Main Street Sanitary Sewer Study

DEC EPGP

$18,750.00

31393

Essex

Village of Lake Placid

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

28942

Essex

Village of Port Henry

Port Henry New York Main Street

HCR NYMS

$131,311.00

77

North Country
CFA #
31724

County
Essex

Applicant
Village of Saranac Lake Village of Keeseville

Project Title
Village of Saranac Lake Sewer System Study Village of Keesville Wastewater Engineering Study

Description
The Village of Saranac Lake will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades to the Payeville Lane area sewer infrastructure. The Village of Keeseville will complete an engineering report to evaluate the wastewater treatment and collection system. This project will install advanced highefficiency wood pellet boilers at five institutional buildings in three counties in the North Country Region. The projects will be implemented using an innovative "heat sale" financing model that will help overcome the barrier of the initial capital investment required for installing a biomass boiler system and lack of in-house technical staff to manage such a project. This project aggregates nine replicable pilot projects across the North Country region. The project consists of renewable energy systems such as solar thermal , small scale hydro, a municipal biomass conversion from an oil-based heating system, residential conversions to high efficiency wood pellet systems, food composting, anaerobic bio-digestion, and bicycle and pedestrian amenities. Project will expand the facility in Lake Clear by adding 10,000 sf to the building for laboratories, storage and conference rooms. Renovations to the historic Hotel Saranac in line with historic preservation rules. The Wild Center will build and construct outdoor exhibits for its Wild Walk. The Village of Malone will complete an engineering report to study and identify sources of inflow and infiltration in the Village’s existing wastewater collection system. The Adirondack Summer Playhouse (ASP), a touring theatre festival covering 4,000 square miles of the North Country, will expand its reach into Central New York. ASP features professional actors and community performers in six different productions, with over 60 performances in 20 towns throughout the Adirondack region and Central New York. Through their planning and expansion the ASP will create two full-time positions, pump money, offer work force training to area students and boost tourism to the region. Renovations and upgrades to the Museum and exhibits. New handson, interactive experiences designed to engage contemporary audiences, particularly families. Dedicated Residents to Area Grooming (DRAG) of Speculator, NY will purchase a reconditioned Class A snow grooming machine and drag, and replace a set of tracks on one of the club’s existing grooming machines, to assist with maintaining an increased number of safe and enjoyable snowmobile trails over the winter season.

Agency/ Program
DEC EPGP

Award
$30,000.00

27196

Essex, Clinton

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

32404

Essex, Franklin, Hamilton

Bioenergy Project Partners LLC

Wood Pellet Heating Initiative

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,394,173.00

31777

Essex, Franklin, Lewis, St. Lawrence

Essex County Community Resources

North Country Multicounty Implementation

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,939,668.00

29506 32225 28134

Franklin Franklin Franklin

Bionique Testing Laboratories Inc Roedel Companies LLC The Wild Center

Expansion at Lake Clear Facility Historic Hotel Renovations Wild Walk Phase 2 Village of Malone East Side Inflow and Infiltration Study

ESD Grants ESD Grants ESD Grants

$650,000.00 $5,000,000.00 $250,000.00

32005

Franklin

Village of Malone

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

32630

Franklin, Essex, Warren, Hamilton, Herkimer, Onondaga, Oneida, Madison

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts

Adirondack Summer Playhouse

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

31010

Hamilton

Adirondack Museum

Museum Renovations and Upgrades

ESD Grants

$1,400,000.00

27592

Hamilton

D.R.A.G. of Speculator, Inc.

DRAG Trail Groomer Purchase

Parks RTP

$80,000.00

78

North Country
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The project involves training, professional development, equipment and support for a new position. The theater now employs 6 local residents. This project will hire another person full-time, year-round, with a salary of $29,000. New job opportunities are vital to Hamilton County. In April 2013, the county had the highest unemployment rate in the state - 11.4% as compared to NYS's 7.8%. In addition, Theater patrons dine in our local restaurants before and after a movie. Pleasant Rider Snowmobilers, Inc. plans to purchase a new Class II groomer to provide the necessary trail maintenance for Class II trails. Adirondack Teleworks will hire staff, fund a training component, expand outreach, and identify new employers for telecommuting work. The Inlet Barnstormers Snowmobile Club maintains 40 miles of trails and has assumed primary trail maintenance responsibilities for the new 13-mile 7th Lake Mountain Trail in the Adirondack Park. Grant funds will be used to purchase and replace essential trail maintenance equipment. Application seeks funding for a geothermal heating system at the complex of mixed use buildings in downtown Watertown. Renovate the largely vacation Lincoln Building into a mixed-use building including retail, commerical, and residential space. Neighbors of Watertown, Inc. will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to renovate the Lincoln Building in Watertown's downtown Public Square. The total project cost is estimated at nearly $13 million, with additional funds from the property owner, historic tax credits, and private and public loans. The Village will conduct a feasibility study for significant new waterfront facilities. Jefferson-Lewis Workforce Investment Board will train 12 long-term unemployed workers in Haas Lathe Intuitive Programming System, Haas Mill Intuitive Programming System, Haas CNC Lathe programming, Haas Lathe set-up, Haas Vertical 3 Axis CNC Milling Machine programming, Haas Vertical 3 Axis Milling Machine set-up, precision measurement, reading manufacturing blueprints, shop mathematics, and speeds and feeds. Winona Forest Recreation Association (WFRA) is a four season multiuser group association that maintains recreational trails and is dedicated to providing safe, quality trails and promoting healthy recreational activities for the community and tourists. WFRA will replace an existing groomer and drag with new wider ones to allow non-motorized and motorized winter, woodland trails in the Winona State Forest to be groomed with one pass.

Agency/ Program

Award

31484

Hamilton

Indian Lake Theater

Digital Conversion Project

Arts DFPCP

$17,100.00

28184

Hamilton

Pleasant Rider Snowmobilers, Inc. Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce

Groomer Grant

Parks RTP

$56,600.00

28237

Hamilton County

Teleworks

ESD OA

$100,000.00

30654

Hamilton, Herkimer

Central Adirondack Partnership for the 21st Century COR Arsenal Street Company LLC Doolittle Hall LLC

Purchase of Trail Grooming Maintenance Equipment Mercy Health Center Redevelopment Lincoln Building Revitalization

Parks RTP

$59,000.00

30954

Jefferson

ESD Grants

$2,110,000.00

27130

Jefferson

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

30010

Jefferson

Neighbors of Watertown, Inc.

Lincoln Building Revitalization UI

HCR UI

$150,000.00

28375

Jefferson

Village of Sackets Harbor

Sackets Harbor Waterfront

ESD SPFS

$20,000.00

29532

Jefferson , Lewis

Jefferson-Lewis WIB

Machine Operation Training

DOL UWT

$36,000.00

28283

Jefferson, Oswego

Winona Forest Recreation Association, Inc.

Equipment Purchase

Parks RTP

$143,560.00

79

North Country
CFA # County
Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence, Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton

Applicant

Project Title

Description

Agency/ Program

Award

31553

Development Authority of the North Country

Value Added Agriculture Program

Monies will fund a revolving loan fund for agribusiness in the seven counties of the North Country.

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

27084

Lewis

Applied Biorefinery Sciences LLC

Technology Commercialization Center and Biorefindery Scaleup

Engineering and construction of a biorefinery demonstration facility on the site of the former Lyons Falls Pulp & Paper Mill in Lyons Falls, NY. The Technology Commercialization Center will provide 24/7 operational data for engineering ABS full commercial biorefineries that will process 700 dry tons of wood per day. The company will construct a biorefinery demonstration facility on the former Lyons Falls Pulp and Paper Mill site. The Lewis County Historical Society will repair and prevent further deterioration of the General Walter Martin Mansion by addressing critical areas of the more than 200-year-old building, including its limestone masonry, roofs, chimneys, and porches. The resulting renovated, structurally sound building will then allow for a second phase of restoration. Transportation Assistance services will be provided to low-income eligible participants who reside in Lewis County. Payable services will include vehicle repairs, tires, insurance premiums, gas cards, licensing and registration, or other alternative transportation-related services necessary to remove the barrier of unreliable transportation to obtain or maintain employment. Non-payable services such as information, advocacy, referrals and follow-up will also be provided. Snow Belt Housing Company, Inc. will use $51,750 in Rural Area Revitalization Projects funding to replace the roof at High Falls Apartments in the Village of Lyons Falls. The Town of Denmark and the Village of Copenhagen will work cooperatively to upgrade and consolidate their water systems. The new system will utilize the same water meter reading system, water supply, water storage facilities, water distribution system, and automated control system. Invest in machinery & equipment to expand production capacity and product line in niche specialty food industry. Turin Ridge Riders, Inc. Snowmobile Club will use grant funds to purchase a new tractor for trail grooming and maintenance.

ESD EJP

$256,960.00

27084

Lewis

Applied Biorefinery Sciences, LLC

Biorefinery Scaleup

ESD Grants

$625,000.00

27573

Lewis

Lewis County Historical Society

Stabilization and Restoration of the General Walter Martin Mansion

Parks HPA

$165,000.00

26936

Lewis

Lewis County Opportunities Inc

Workforce Development

DOS CSBG

$56,015.00

29664

Lewis

Snow Belt Housing Company, Inc.

High Falls Apartments Renovation

HCR RARP

$51,750.00

31196

Lewis

Town of Denmark

Consolidated Water Services Project

DOS LGE

$400,000.00

29507

Lewis

Tug Hill Vineyards Turin Ridge Riders, Inc

Tug Hill Vineyards Wine Production Expansion Groomer Grant

ESD Grants

$40,000.00

27363

Lewis

Parks RTP

$159,840.00

80

North Country
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Valley Snow Travelers of Lewis County, Inc. currently use a leased groomer and three outdated drags to maintain snowmobile trails in the Lewis County portion of the Tug Hill region. With grant funds, the club will purchase a new groomer and drag for use for improved trail maintenance on their high snowmobile traffic area. The Village of Port Leyden will complete an engineering report to evaluate options for upgrading the Village wastewater treatment and collection system. Ansen Corporation of Ogdensburg will train 120 workers in IPC (Institute for Printed Circuits) certification, lean manufacturing, ISO 13485 (quality management systems standards for medical device manufacturers), Food and Drug Administration requirements, and Six Sigma Green Belt process improvement. Ansen Corporation is investing in machinery upgrades to increase capacity to do more complex circuit board assemblies. Canton Central School District and the Potsdam Central School District will conduct a centralization study to determine whether a newly formed consolidated district can provide enhanced educational opportunities more efficiently and effectively than either district can provide independently. Upgrade two rail bridges and purchase and install new storage facility and conveyor system to increase agricultural products capacity at port. A consortium of regional entities leveraging Clarkson University’s reputation and expertise that maximizes access to North Country’s intellectual capital enabling the region to work cohesively to help entrepreneurs succeed. The North Country Innovation Fort La Presentation Association plans to revitalize the City of Ogdensburg’s historic Lighthouse Point by developing a waterfront park and trail system to be used for events, historic reenactments, and recreation. The project will include design and construction of a trail network, a visitor and educational meeting space, interpretive signage, site restoration work, landscaping, development of a porous surface parking area, and links to the City of Ogdensburg’s Maple City Trail system. The Town of Canton will partner with Towns along the Grasse River to develop a Blueway Trail Plan, promote the river corridor, create a boat launch in the Hamlet of Pyrites, and develop a land-based trail master plan.

Agency/ Program

Award

27972

Lewis

Valley Snow Travelers of Lewis County, Inc.

Valley's Trail Groomer Purchase 2013

Parks RTP

$151,600.00

28018

Lewis

Village of Port Leyden

Village of Port Leyden Wastewater Engineering Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

31715

St. Lawrence

Ansen Corporation

Lean and Advanced Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$20,000.00

31191

St. Lawrence

Ansen Corporation

Machinery Upgrades and Business Expansion Canton and Potsdam Schools Merger Feasibility Study Port of Ogdensburg Agribusiness Capacity Building

ESD Grants

$100,000.00

28448

St. Lawrence

Canton Central School District

DOS LGE

$25,000.00

27135

St. Lawrence

Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority

ESD Grants

$225,000.00

31628

St. Lawrence

Shipley Center for Innovation

North Country Innovation Hot Spot

ESD HSSP

$250,000.00

28061

St. Lawrence

The Chazen Companies

Fort La Presentation Interpretive Trail

Parks PA

$352,650.00

31709

St. Lawrence

Town of Canton

Grasse River Corridor Blueway Trail Planning and Implementation

DOS LWRP

$85,000.00

81

North Country
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Towns of Clifton and Fine will advance projects identified in their 2007 Revitalization Strategy including planning to mitigate risks of invasive species in local waterways, a regional recreational tourism marketing plan and a wilderness recreation branding strategy. The Towns will also continue development of waterfront access sites, develop a master trail guide for the Clifton Fine area, and update the local waterfront revitalization strategy to identify new tourism infrastructure and wilderness recreation projects that promote sustainable economic development in the Adirondack Park. The Town of Gouverneur will use $400,000 in NYS CDBG funds to construct a new Senior Community Center on a 15.2 acre site adjacent to Riverview Park. The Village of Gouverneur will donate the land and $600,000 towards the total $1 million project cost. The Village of Gouverneur will complete an engineering report to evaluate upgrades to the Village’s main pump station and the Clinton Street pump station. The Village of Potsdam will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist the owners of four mixed-use buildings to complete commercial and residential renovation projects, and perform streetscape enhancements in the Village. The Regional Arts and Interactive Learning Project is a collaboration between St Lawrence County Arts Council and North Country Children’s Museum to establish the first mixed-use venue providing cultural arts enrichment and interactive learning experiences to North Country residents. The project will consist of distance learning programs including artists business development classes; technical training; grant writing courses; gallery tours; arts instruction; and STEAM K-12 interactive learning workshops. The City of Ogdensburg, in partnership with the Towns of Oswegatchie, Canton, Dekalb and Fine, the Villages of Heuvelton, Rensselaer Falls and Gouverneur and St. Lawrence County, will prepare the Oswegatchie River Blueway Trail Development Plan. The Plan will provide an strategy to develop and promote this resource as a regional asset for tourism, recreation and community development. Planning grant to create Blueway Trail along the 112 mile waterway. Community Renewal will make funding available to eligible municipalities for Housing Rehabilitation, Public Infrastructure, Public Facilities and Economic Development activities for the benefit of low to moderateincome individuals.

Agency/ Program

Award

25903

St. Lawrence

Town of Fine

Clifton-Fine Tourism and Recreation Development

DOS LWRP

$67,500.00

27598

St. Lawrence

Town of Gouverneur

Gouverneur Community Center

HCR CDBGPF

$400,000.00

29578

St. Lawrence

Village of Gouverneur

Village of Gouverneur Pump Station Upgrade Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

27660

St. Lawrence

Village of Potsdam

Village of Potsdam NYMS

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

32555

St. Lawrence County

St Lawrence County Arts Council and North Country Childrens Museum

Regional Arts and Interactive Learning Project

Arts CHPG

$92,000.00

31829

St. Lawrence, Jefferson

City of Ogdensburg

Oswegatchie River Blueway Trail

DOS LWRP

$25,000.00

31829

St. Lawrence, Jefferson

City of Ogdensburg

Oswegatchie River Blueway Trail

ESD SPFS

$25,000.00

Community Renewal Fund

HCR CRF

$700,000.00

82

North Country
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Excelsior Jobs Program tax credits will be reserved for future projects including business investments in targeted industries that are within the region and that create or retain jobs, create capital investment and are consistent with the Strategic Plan. Federal Industrial Development Bond (IDB) Cap will be made available for state and local government issuers to sell tax-exempt bonds for eligible economic development, infrastructure and community revitalization efforts. Funding will create a North Country Broadband Grant Fund to expand broadband infrastructure in the region and to continue the progress made through the Connect NY program.

Agency/ Program

Award

Excelsior Jobs Credits

ESD EJP

$9,794,580.00

Low Cost Economic Development Financing

ESD IDBC

$35,000,000.00

North Country Broadband Fund

ESD Grants

$6,000,000.00

83

Capital Region

84

Capital Region
$82.5 million awarded to 100 projects

CFA #
31770

County
Alb., Renss., Schen., Sarat., Colum., Greene, Wash., Warren

Applicant
Center for Economic Growth

Project Title
Growing the Capital Regions Creative Economy

Description
The study will assess the Capital Region’s creative economy and develop a strategic plan for expanding this sector’s contribution to economic growth within the Region. This project will construct 5.5 miles of a proposed 9.3 mile shared -use path along a former rail bed. The funding will assist in the final design and construction of the path. The expected outcomes are improved mobility and economic opportunity for nondrivers, a better option for commuting by walking or bicycling, reduced emissions and vehicle miles travelled, improved economic activity along the trail corridor, and improved health for trail users. Albany County Opportunity, Inc., dba Albany Community Action Partnership (ACAP), will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to make accessibility and façade improvements at its Outreach Center on Sheridan Avenue in the City of Albany's West Hill / Sheridan Hollow neighborhoods. Albany Institute of History & Art requests funding for The Spring Marketing Plan for GE Presents: The Mystery of the Albany Mummies Sept 21, 2013-June 8, 2014. Funds are requested to implement a marketing plan to reach new audiences. The Spring Marketing Plan will market to core, area, regional and out-of-market audiences to increase all audience segments. Built in the style of 16th century palazzos, the Albany Institute of History & Art’s (AIHA) Rice House and Rice House Annex have a façade of yellow brick with unusually fine mortar joints and an elaborate embellished cornice. This restoration project will prevent the brick, cornice and flashing from all reaching a critical deteriorated state, ensuring future generations have access to this tangible piece of Albany’s history.

Agency/ Program
ESD SPFS

Award
$65,000.00

30552

Albany

Albany County

Albany County Rail Trail

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,003,478.00

30879

Albany

Albany County Opportunity, Inc.

Sheridan Avenue Improvement Project

HCR UI

$150,000.00

30341

Albany

Albany Institute of History & Art

Spring Marketing Campaign

ESD MNY

$21,519.00

28310

Albany

Albany Institute of History Art

Exterior Restoration of Rice House and Rice House Annex

Parks HPA

$100,000.00

85

Capital Region
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Albany Institute of History & Art will present “The Mystery of the Albany Mummies” in 2014. The program, featuring two mummies, will explore the art and culture of ancient Egypt, the practice and science of mummification and the modern world’s fascination with ancient Egypt. MUMMIES is a critical opportunity to reach thousands of visitors, increase admissions, shop income and memberships and bring thousands of visitors to downtown Albany while promoting Albany as a center of international significance. Relocation of electrical and communications lines and poles for a $58 million development project including construction of a mixed use and medical office building, housing units, and a parking garage in collaboration with Albany Medical Center. Albany Symphony will present their annual American Music Festival, a series of concerts, collaborations, and events. The Festival has grown into Albany Symphony’s most successful and important project for fostering economic development in the Capital Region. As the preeminent festival of contemporary orchestral music in the nation, this event enhances the image of the Capital Region as a national arts destination. Demolition of antiquated building, renovation of public market and construction of 5,000 SF addition to Capital City Produce Building which will result in the retention of a key vender and a 50% increase in product volume. Capitalize Albany Corporation will use $20,000 in New York Main Street Technical Assistance funds to create design guidelines for buildings in the City of Albany's Downtown district as part of the Downtown Albany Tactical Revitalization Plan. The project entails the reconstruction and adaptive reuse of a 1760's Dutch barn on the grounds of the Carey Institute for Global Good in Rensselaerville, NY, to be used as an agri-tourism and agri-education facility. The project will purchase a high-end transactional data press to expand a mailing operation at an existing business, and create 25 to 30 new jobs for disabled veterans, individuals with disabilities and non-disabilities.

Agency/ Program

Award

30341

Albany

Albany Institute of History Art

Spring Marketing Campaign

Arts CHPG

$50,000.00

31758

Albany

Albany Medical Center and City of Albany Partnership

Park South Redevelopment Project

ESD Grants

$2,500,000.00

30532

Albany

Albany Symphony Orchestra

American Music Festival

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

27043

Albany

Capital District Cooperative Inc

Menands Farmers Market Revitalization

ESD Grants

$100,000.00

32159

Albany

Capitalize Albany Corporation

Downtown Albany Tactical Plan

HCR NYMSTA

$20,000.00

29922

Albany

Carey Institute for Global Good

Dutch Barn Model Brewery

ESD MNY

$108,000.00

29302

Albany

Center for Disability Services, Inc.

Business Services Expansion

ESD Grants

$350,000.00

86

Capital Region
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) will provide a combination of job readiness training, job search and placement services, on-the-job training, and job retention to men and women with recent criminal convictions, helping them gain the workplace skills and confidence needed for a successful transition to a stable, productive life. Efforts are focused on individuals on parole living in Albany County, as outlined in the Capital Region Opportunity Agenda. The project will consist of a comprehensive update to the Code of the City of Albany to allow for the incorporation of sustainable design and smart growth principles, with specific emphasis on Zoning, as well as Development Regulations. The project will also address green buildings codes, enhanced storm water management practices, urban agriculture, downtown and waterfront design standards, bike infrastructure requirements, as well streamlined permitting options. The City of Watervliet will use $110,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist the owners of mixed-use buildings to complete commercial and residential renovation projects in Watervliet's Port Schuyler 3rd Avenue Corridor neighborhood. Renovation of Albany’s historic Wellington Row, consisting of five buildings located at 132-140 State Street, to create new office space for Aeon Nexus and to establish downtown condominiums, apartments and commercial space. Project includes 260,000 SF mixed use development with 240 car parking garage, 120 room hotel, 30,000 SF office, with restaurant & retail space in downtown Albany. Establish a Digital Data Open-Innovation Training Center (DO-IT Center) for workforce training, a SMWBE Business Enterprises business center for software development, a data operations center, and a smart city operations training & development lab. Conversion to Digital Projection will increase the cultural footprint of the theatre, helping to revitalize downtown Albany. The Palace brings thousands of patrons to Albany, increases local business for restaurants, shops, parking garages, hotels, and more, providing job security for hundreds of employees. Conversion will enable The Palace to accommodate live performing artists which have specific technical needs (previously not possible) and new opportunity for film screenings and festivals, further increasing downtown tourism.

Agency/ Program

Award

29503

Albany

Center for Employment Opportunities

Workforce Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$60,000.00

28993

Albany

City of Albany

Albany 2030 Sustainable Code Project

NYSERDA CGC2

$300,000.00

26552

Albany

City of Watervliet

3rd Avenue Revitalization

HCR NYMS

$110,000.00

27538

Albany

Columbia Development Companies

Wellington Row Revitalization

ESD Grants

$950,000.00

29761

Albany

First Columbia Development

Quackenbush Square

ESD Grants

$1,200,000.00

31691

Albany

Fuller Road Management Corporation

Digital Data OpenInnovation Training Center (DO-IT Center)

ESD Grants

$3,500,000.00

29104

Albany

Palace Performing Arts Center, Inc.

The Palace Digital Projector Project

Arts DFPCP

$76,500.00

87

Capital Region
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Park Playhouse produces free outdoor theater in Washington Park each summer, welcoming over 50,000 residents and visitors from all over the Capital Region and beyond. Lighting and sound equipment will be purchased, reducing the organization’s annual expenditures and assuring quality productions. Partners for Albany Stories internship program will support the City of Stories initiative, which draws attention to the cultural resources of Albany. The project will include public art/history “pop up” installations and interpretive kiosks throughout the Capital Region. Two full time SUNY interns will assist with development of the kiosks while obtaining hands-on experience developing engaging community programming. Interior fit up costs, including purchase of capital equipment, associated with relocation of Tech Valley High School and Children’s Museum to leased space in the Zen Building at CNSE campus in Albany NY. Fit-up, furnish and operate a new Advanced Technology Training and Information Networking Lab to provide accessible computer training space in which community members can, apply for jobs, receive training, and attend online courses. Fit-up, furnish and operate a new Advanced Technology Training and Information Networking Lab to provide accessible computer training space in which community members can, apply for jobs, receive training, and attend online courses. The University at Albany will use GIGP funds to go above beyond their permit requirements and install pervious pavement, rain gardens, and a green roof as part of their Campus Center Expansion Project. The inclusion of these green practices will reduce stormwater runoff, combat heat island effect, and conserve energy, ultimately helping the Campus Center Expansion Project achieve a LEED Gold rating. Yincae Advanced Materials, LLC of Albany will provide on-the-job training to 45 newly-hired workers in chemical handling, instrument selection/reading, quality/ safety, operations, terminology, team work, confidentiality, experimental design, software, equipment maintenance, process control, failure analysis, synthesis strategy, materials, formulation, characterization, reliability testing, product design/application, production issues/methodologies, trade show techniques, and customer skills.

Agency/ Program

Award

31178

Albany

Park Playhouse, Inc.

Professional Theatrical Lighting and Sound Equipment

Arts APCE

$40,000.00

31231

Albany

Shaker Heritage Society

City of Stories Project

Arts IWDP

$7,560.00

17994

Albany

Tech Valley School Foundation

Tech Valley STEMConnect

ESD Grants

$1,500,000.00

32306

Albany

Trinity Alliance of the Capital Region

Advanced Technology Training and Information Networking Lab Advanced Technology and Computer Training Center

ESD Grants

$375,000.00

32306

Albany

Trinity Alliance of the Capital Region

ESD OA

$100,000.00

29807

Albany

University at Albany

Campus Center Expansion Green Infrastructure

EFC GIGP

$607,847.00

31325

Albany

Yincae Advanced Materials, LLC

Operational Skills Training

DOL NHT

$100,000.00

88

Capital Region
CFA # County
Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Warren, Wash. Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Warren, Wash.

Applicant
College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering

Project Title

Description
The Tech Valley Certified Incubator will link numerous regional assets and business development programs into one unified program. This consortium will assist start-up businesses in the Capital District by deploying best practices and provide mentorship The New York Golf Trail is an extended marketing plan, encompassing six regions of the state and 12 counties, that focuses on drawing golfers to the golf and lodging partners in New York State participating in this program, thereby looking to increasing tourism in these areas. The Cities of Albany, Cohoes, Rensselaer, Troy and Watervliet, and the Town/Village of Green Island are cooperating on the implementation of a regional Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Control Plan that will achieve long-term cost savings and operation efficiencies. This project will develop the formal governance structure for the regional organization to help guide management, siting and sizing of facilities in locations that will achieve maximum benefit for minimum cost and reduced administration. Fruitura Bio Sciences will build new integrated modular bioreactors, producing innovate products from cultured cells of fruits and vegetables. The Albany Community Action Partnership (ACAP) and its partner, the Schenectady Community Action Program (SCAP) will operate a Career Readiness program focused on issues faced by lowincome residents in the region’s most disadvantaged, distressed locations. Program components will include: training, skills development and career readiness, as well as job search, placement, support and retention services. The Albany Community Action Partnership (ACAP) and its partner, the Schenectady Community Action Program (SCAP), will operate a Career Readiness program focused on issues faced by low-income residents in the Capital District Region's most disadvantaged, distressed locations. Program components will include training in-demand occupations such as healthcare, transportation, culinary arts/hospitality and custodial/maintenance, job search and placement, and retention and supportive services. Albany County Opportunity, Incorporated dba Albany Community Action Partnership will train 56 long-term unemployed workers as Home Health Aides, Certified Nursing Assistants, phlebotomists, and commercial drivers, and in culinary arts/hospitality, and custodial maintenance.

Agency/ Program

Award

31956

Tech Valley Certified Business Incubator

ESD HSSP

$125,000.00

28077

New York Golf Trail

Upstate Marketing Strategy

ESD MNY

$150,000.00

27778

Albany, Rensselaer

Capital District Regional Planning Commission

Regional Combined Sewer Overflow Governance and Implementation Program

DOS LGE

$854,526.00

32584

Albany, Rensselaer

Fruitura BioSciences Ltd.

Construction of a Integrated Modular Bioreactor Facility

ESD EJP

$1,200,000.00

29007

Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer

Albany County Opportunity Inc

Career Readiness

DOS CSBG

$93,355.00

29007

Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer

Albany County Opportunity, Inc.

Albany Community Action Partnership (ACAP) SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$200,000.00

29007

Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer

Albany County Opportunity, Incorporated dba Albany Community Action Partnership (ACAP)

Healthcare Aide, Driving and Hospitality Training

DOL UWT

$100,000.00

89

Capital Region
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Altamont Program will provide job readiness assistance, job skills training, education related to employment, work experience and job placement in Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady and Warren counties targeting ex-offenders and individuals with a history of substance abuse. Participants will have the opportunity to access classroom instruction and handson training in the culinary arts, hospitality and custodial maintenance sectors. The Community Health Care Association of NY State (CHCANYS) AmeriCorps Program will place 27 economically disadvantaged, unemployed individuals in service as AmeriCorps members in community health centers in the Mid-Hudson, Capital, Western NY, and New York City Regions. The program will equip members with job skills to prepare them for careers in community health following their year of service. Members will recruit community volunteers to provide job search readiness training to other economically disadvantaged and unemployed members in the communities they serve. The Lakes to Locks Passage Geotourism Marketing Initiative market the areas along the interconnected waterway from Albany to Rouses Point to national and international audiences, promoting authentic experiences and sustainable tourism. Purchase of M&E to manufacture animal bedding from paper mill residuals. The project is in partnership with Columbia County Economic Development. Infrastructure for development of a Columbia County ski area into a four season resort. Phase I includes 60 one, two, and three bedroom units, indoor/outdoor pool, fitness center, restaurant, meeting rooms, locker rooms, etc. Columbia County has attracted the international cheese company Eurial, which would like to expand. Funds will examine the potential expansion in the region to serve local, regional, and national markets. The Harlem Valley Rail Trail Association is seeking funding for the construction of 1.54 miles of Rail Trail in southeastern Columbia County, from Black Grocery Road in Copake to Anthony Street in Hillsdale. Construction of this section of the trail will link with the Town of Hillsdale to the Roeliff Jansen State Park and Roeliff Jansen Community Library. It will bring the quiet Hamlet of Hillsdale within the Harlem Valley Rail Trail's sphere of economic vitality. Housing Resources of Columbia County Inc. will use $100,000 in Rural Area Revitalization Projects funds to renovate a four-unit residential property on State Street in the City of Hudson.

Agency/ Program

Award

31287

Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer, Warren, Washington

The Altamont Program, Inc.

The Altamont SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$200,000.00

31244

Bronx, Erie, Kings, Orange, New York, Warren

Community Health Care Association of New York State

CHCANYS Community HealthCorps AmeriCorps Program

ONCS Amer

$244,412.00

30406

Clinton, Essex, Warren, Washington, Saratoga, Rensselaer, Albany Columbia

Lakes to Locks Passage Inc

Lakes to Locks Passage Geo Marketing

ESD MNY

$100,000.00

26982

Casella Organics

Casella Organics

ESD EIPCAP

$180,000.00

29043

Columbia

Catamount Ski Resort & Adventure Park

Full Service Four Season Destination

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

29413

Columbia

Columbia County

Eurial Feasibility Study

ESD SPFS

$35,000.00

27763

Columbia

Harlem Valley Rail Trail Association Inc

Harlem Valley Rail Trail Construction from Copake to Hillsdale

Parks PA

$375,584.00

29074

Columbia

Housing Resources of Columbia County, Inc.

City of Hudson State Street Revitalization Project

HCR RARP

$100,000.00

90

Capital Region
CFA #
29637

County
Columbia

Applicant
Hudson Development Corporation

Project Title
Hudson Day Care Center

Description
The Hudson Development Corporation will use $150,000 in Rural Area Revitalization Projects funds to assist a daycare center building in the City of Hudson. Situated at the Catamount Ski Area in the southern end of the famed Berkshires Region, Phase I of the project seeks to convert Catamount Ski Resort & Adventure Park into a full service four season destination. The Olana Partnership (TOP) will create design documents for the stabilization and restoration of the 19th Century Main Barn complex at Olana, the home, studio, farm, and landscape designed by Hudson River School artist Frederic Edwin Church, with the eventual goal of restoring the entire barn structure so that it can be opened to the public. When completed, the restoration of the barn will enable TOP to expand program offerings and increase visitors. Establish Mid-Hudson/Capital Region LTL Local Food Distribution Hub which will allow farmers to cost effectively get their product to market. Funds will be used to build a facility, in Sullivan Cty, Columbia Cty will retrofit 10,000 SF of space. Catskill Association for Tourism Services (CATS), defined as Delaware, Greene, Sullivan and Ulster counties, seeks funding for a two-part marketing plan consisting of a targeted advertising campaign and an adaptable Web site aims to bolster tourism growth, attract visitors to the Catskills of New York State, as well as support overall economic growth in immediate and surrounding regions. Catskill Mountain Foundation will convert three of its four movie screens from 35mm to digital projection. In 2014 the movie theatre industry will reduce films available in 35mm, moving to all digital film in the near future. Movie theatres will face conversion in order to continue operating. CMF cinemas digital conversion will ensure jobs for 5 local residents, stimulating tourism and circulating thousands of people annually through the town to attend its many film screenings, lectures and the summer music festivals. Greene County is pursuing funding for The Kaaterskill Clove- America’s First Vacation Destination: “Building a National Awareness Campaign” a collaborative approach to sustainable tourism development. The project is to reconstruct the New Studio of the famous 19th-century artist Thomas Cole, thereby creating a vital new visitor destination. With the region’s natural beauty already drawing millions of national and international visitors, the New Studio will provide a key asset for New York’s marketing strategy.

Agency/ Program
HCR RARP

Award
$150,000.00

29043

Columbia

Rock Solid Development LLC

Catamount Resort

ESD MNY

$200,000.00

31897

Columbia

The Olana Partnership

Design and plans for restoration of the Main Barn complex at Olana State Historic Site

Parks HPA

$195,000.00

30713

Columbia, Sullivan

Hudson Valley AgriBusiness Development Corporation

Local Food Distribution Hub Network

ESD Grants

$225,000.00

29344

Delaware, Greene, Sullivan, Ulster

Catskill Association for Tourism Services

Catskills Tourism Marketing

ESD MNY

$270,000.00

31150

Greene

Catskill Mountain Foundation, Inc.

Digital Projection System

Arts DFPCP

$62,250.00

27556

Greene

Greene County Economic Development, Tourism & Planning

Kaaterskill Clove

ESD MNY

$150,000.00

32522

Greene

Thomas Cole National Historic Site

Thomas Cole House

ESD MNY

$500,000.00

91

Capital Region
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Town of Prattsville will advance a multicomponent project identified in the Town’s Community Reconstruction plan to restore and revitalize the Route 23 (Main Street) streetscape which was devastated by the flooding from Hurricane Irene, including Phase II of the streetscape enhancement project; feasibility analysis and preliminary design for a new community center; and design and construction of a new waterfront trail. The Village of Coxsackie proposes to use $590,000 in NYS CDBG funds for a sanitary sewer replacement program in a targeted area in the Village. This project will benefit 41 residents, 24 or 58.5% of whom are low and moderate income. The Village of Coxsackie will complete an engineering report to evaluate sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) issues in the Village wastewater treatment and collection system. Shop-Rite Supermarkets, Inc. of Orange, Sullivan, Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Ulster and Albany Counties will train 160 workers in workforce readiness, the customer experience, and National Registry of Food Safety Professional Management. The Urban Grow Center is a multiphase project which will enable Capital District Community Gardens (CDCG) to expand its use of agriculture in the Capital Region. The Center will include a local food supply hub, a rehabbed green building with alternate power generation and conservation, a fresh produce market, expanded yearround programming and other features that will double CDCG’s ability to deliver local food and services to underserved neighborhoods. The City of Troy will prepare a Local Waterfront Revitalization Program to provide an actionable framework for catalyzing robust redevelopment and waterfront access and encourage additional investment in the commercial properties that adjoin the waterfront. Project includes the acquisition, demolition, and renovation of property in the urban core of Troy and 250,000 SF of medical, residential, retail including an urban grocery in mixed use buildings. The Commission on Economic Opportunity for the Greater Capital Region, Inc. (CEO) will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to construct a new building on a currently vacant lot at 2347 Fifth Avenue in the City of Troy. The building will house CEO's job training and Weatherization programs. The estimated total project cost exceeds $1.5 million and CEO will use private financing to complete the project.

Agency/ Program

Award

28960

Greene

Town of Prattsvillle

Community Recovery Components: Design and Construction

DOS LWRP

$807,000.00

28559

Greene

Village of Coxsackie

Village of Coxsackie Public Infrastructure Improvements Village of Coxsackie Wastewater System Engineering Study Customer Service and Food Safety Training

HCR CDBGPI

$590,000.00

30287

Greene

Village of Coxsackie

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

26438

Orange, Sullivan,

Shop-Rite Supermarkets, Inc.

DOL EET

$100,000.00

32235

Rensselaer

Capital District Community Gardens

Acquisition to support Urban Grow Center

Parks PA

$64,956.00

28859

Rensselaer

City of Troy

City of Troy Local Waterfront Revitalization Program

DOS LWRP

$80,000.00

30762

Rensselaer

City Station North, LLC

Medical, Residential, and Retail Mixed Use Buildings in Troy

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

28751

Rensselaer

Commission on Economic Opportunity for the Greater Capital Region, Inc.

Construction of a New Job Training Facility in Downtown Troy

HCR UI

$150,000.00

92

Capital Region
CFA # County Applicant
Independent Living Center of the Hudson Valley, Inc.

Project Title

Description
The Independent Living Center of the Hudson Valley (ILC) will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to renovate the 3rd floor of ILC's building on Third Street in the City of Troy, creating additional accessible space to provide services for people with disabilities. Media Alliance’s NATURE Lab (North Troy Art, Technology and Urban Research in Ecology) will launch a model project employing art as the seed to reclaim public space and build community relationships. Looking to city models that reuse and develop abandoned lots to reclaiming challenged neighborhoods, it will encourage partnerships and collaborations with diverse groups that work with high technology and resource sharing. Mixed use Downtown Troy project includes renovation of 35-unit bldg., construct modern walkway on Hudson, rehab parking and infrastructure. RD&D to formulate and test aqueous based electrode slurries for use in manufacturing batteries that are produced without toxic heavy metals. The RPI Certified Incubator will link numerous regional bio-based assets and business development programs into one unified program. This consortium will assist start-up businesses in the Capital District by deploying best practices and provide mentorshi Construction of a 550 car parking garage to support Phase I of a planned multiphase $67M relocation/consolidation at two hospitals in the City of Troy. Not-for-profit to purchase and renovate a vacant building in the heart of Downtown Troy to establish maker space/tech incubator. Projected spinoffs to result in the creation of 25 companies and 150 jobs. The Board of Cooperative Educational Services for Rensselaer, Columbia, Greene Counties dba Questar III will train 30 long-term unemployed workers in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Licensed Practical Nursing, and welding. The City of Saratoga Springs will advance an anticipated updated Comprehensive Plan by drafting revisions to related policy documents, including Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Regulations, and Building and Construction Standards and Details. Saratoga Springs is currently updating its Comprehensive Plan to further existing and still relevant sustainability concepts. The proposed plan will establish sustainable land use policies, guide infrastructure investment and promote sustainable growth.

Agency/ Program

Award

27282

Rensselaer

Facility Renovations

HCR UI

$150,000.00

32574

Rensselaer

Media Alliance Inc.

NATURE Lab

Arts CHPG

$37,000.00

31502

Rensselaer

Pantera Development

Dockside Loft

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

31501

Rensselaer

Paper Battery Company Inc

Paper Battery Company

ESD EIPRDD

$103,680.00

32572

Rensselaer

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

RPI Certified Business Incubator Proposal

ESD HSSP

$125,000.00

28815

Rensselaer

St Peters Health Partners

Troy Master Facility Plan Acquisition and Renovation of Quackenbush Building

ESD Grants

$1,250,000.00

32469

Rensselaer

Tech Valley Center of Gravity The Board of Cooperative Educational Services for Rensselaer, Columbia, Greene Counties dba Questar III

ESD Grants

$550,000.00

27848

Rensselaer

HVAC, LPN and Welding Training

DOL UWT

$99,948.00

31779

Saratoga

City of Saratoga Springs

Comprehensive Plan Implementation

NYSERDA CGC2

$200,000.00

93

Capital Region
CFA #
26518

County
Saratoga

Applicant
e.nfrastructure Technologies, Inc

Project Title
Planning, Design and Construction of Manufacturing Facility Information Technology and Manufacturing Skills Training

Description
Design, construction, and fit-up of 70,000 SF manufacturing/warehouse/office building at STEP to consolidate four separate operations and add 75-100 jobs. Quad/Graphics, Inc. of Saratoga Springs will provide on-the-job training for 80 newlyhired workers in computer information technology, continuous improvement, lean manufacturing, industrial safety, and printing and manufacturing technical skills. Saratoga Rowing Association (SRA) aims to position Saratoga as a destination of choice for elite regattas and training, by expansion of its capital infrastructure, and improvement of race course equipment. A building for regatta planning and execution, and athlete training provided by renovating a neglected building located in the Town of Saratoga, NY, across Fish Creek from its main boathouse. Reduce water consumption at the company's Dairy Processing and Packaging Operations facility. The project is in partnership with Saratoga Economic Development Corp. The Town of Halfmoon will construct a multi-use trail along the the historic Erie Canal Towpath on the north shore of the Mohawk River. The trail will encompass approximately 0.75 miles from Clamsteam Road, under the I-87 Twin Bridges and west to the town line. The Riverside Trail Community Linkage Project focuses on implementing critical portions of the trail system that will connect southern Stillwater neighborhoods of Riverside, Stillwater Junction, and East Saratoga Junction to the area’s resources, destinations and the greater regional trail network. This includes the Stillwater Town and Village Halls, Island Park, the future site of Mullah Hill Park, the Zim Smith Trail and the City of Mechanicville’s business district. The Town of Stillwater has embarked on a comprehensive effort to expand trail linkage throughout the community, from the Historic Saratoga Battlefield site to the waterfront and City of Mechanicville. The 2013 Riverside Trail Community Linkage Project focuses on implementing critical portions of the trail system that will connect southern Stillwater neighborhoods to the area’s resources, destinations and the greater regional trail network. The City of Saratoga Springs will complete an engineering report to evaluate solutions for the upgrade of three wastewater pumping stations.

Agency/ Program
ESD Grants

Award
$750,000.00

32333

Saratoga

Quad/Graphics, Inc.

DOL NHT

$89,237.00

32597

Saratoga

Saratoga Rowing Association, Inc

Regatta Center Saratoga

ESD MNY

$42,000.00

30204

Saratoga

Stewarts Shops

Energy Efficiency Upgrades

ESD EIPCAP

$128,500.00

29915

Saratoga

Town of Halfmoon

Erie Canal Towpath Community Connector Construction

DOS LWRP

$200,000.00

28805

Saratoga

Town of Stillwater

Riverside Trail Community Linkage Project

Canals

$150,000.00

28805

Saratoga

Town of Stillwater

Riverside Trail Community Linkage Project

Parks RTP

$200,000.00

32344

Saratoga

City of Saratoga Springs

City of Saratoga Springs Sewage Pumping Stations Study

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

94

Capital Region
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Digital projection capacity will put the Film Forum on the map as a forward-thinking Art House capable of screening films that assure our regional economic viability and cultural relevance. An independent cinema will improve our community’s competitive edge as an attractive arts asset and benchmark of cultural currency and literacy for residents, visitors, and potential home buyers. Realtors and merchants now invoke the Film Forum when they promote cultural features to clients, and downtown restaurants and retailers will benefit from special collaborative promotions. The City of Schenectady will complete an engineering report to explore upgrades for the City’s wastewater treatment and collection system to address sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs). Frontier Sno Riders, Inc. will use grant funds to purchase grooming equipment for snowmobile trail maintenance. The new and larger equipment will allow the club to efficiently maintain high traffic trails and improve trail safety. Multi-year, multi-phase waterfront Brownfield development to include 144,000 SF retail, 304 apartments, supermarket, hotel, and banquet house. Renovations and equipment at the Museum of Science and Innovation to motivate students in STEM studies by providing a space-themed, simulated science and math experience that promotes decision making, problem solving and team building skills. New York Folklore Society will hire two interns to enhance the organization’s visibility through social media and marketing and provide arts education support for a community cultural documentation program involving Schenectady's urban youth. This will be an opportunity for emerging arts leaders to gain practical experience in artsrelated fields by leveraging the strength of the education system. As part of a five-year partnership commitment, Proctors’ Cirque Eloize will bring renowned circus arts innovators to downtown Schenectady each summer for a three-week residency program. During this time, a new production will debut as well as an offering of circus arts classes to youth and adults. Cirque Eloise will have a $1 million economic impact on Schenectady and a $9 million impact on the region, indirectly creating 150 full time jobs.

Agency/ Program

Award

26966

Saratoga

Saratoga Film Forum, Inc.

Digital Conversion for Film Projection

Arts DFPCP

$23,000.00

28296

Schenectady

City of Schenectady

City of Schenectady Wastewater Engineering Study Frontier Sno Riders Trail Grooming Equipment Purchase Schenectady Riverfront Revitalization Project Challenger Learning Center of the Greater Capital Region, Inc

DEC EPGP

$50,000.00

28699

Schenectady

Frontier Sno Riders, Inc

Parks RTP

$59,200.00

28865

Schenectady

Maxon ALCO Holdings LLC

ESD Grants

$5,000,000.00

31508

Schenectady

Museum of Science and Innovation

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

29158

Schenectady

New York Folklore Society

Folk Arts Internships

Arts IWDP

$8,968.00

28003

Schenectady

Proctors

Cirque Eloize Summer Residency

Arts CHPG

$100,000.00

95

Capital Region
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Downtown District Energy (DDE) Expansion project at Proctors will provide heating and cooling to seven historic buildings in downtown Schenectady, in addition to the five that are currently serviced by Proctors’ combined heat and power system.  This will simultaneously benefit the local economy while lowering greenhouse gas emissions, improving efficiency, and demonstrating a highly effective model of energy co-operation. Building on past restoration efforts which have earned state and national recognition, Proctors seeks funding to complete the restoration of the 1926 vaudeville theater. The remaining work includes restoration of the orchestra level, crossover area, boxes, mezzanine and leaking mezzanine roof, as well as work by expert restoration artists to restore broken and missing plaster filigree, re-gild and paint decorative elements, and mend damaged scagliola. Interior building renovations for a (SCCC owned) building to serve as a regional workforce development training center and meeting space for pre-apprentices, entrepreneurs, and upstart tech companies located in the City’s highly distressed area. The Schenectady Museum Association doing business as miSci requests funding to renovate its Suits-Bueche Planetarium in Schenectady, NY. The grant support will help miSci to move closer to reaching its long-term goal of providing Schenectady, the Capital Region, Tech Valley, western Massachusetts and Southern Vermont with the latest in astronomy resources, increase tourism and attract out-of-state visitors. Proctors requests a Market NY grant to launch a multimedia marketing campaign for its partnership with Cirque Eloize, the internationally renowned troupe of modern circus artists, to develop the Capital Region as a cultural tourism destination during the summer months. This proposal concerns Phase II of the Adirondack Park Recreation Web Portal Project. Phase I is currently underway and involves creation of a comprehensive web portal, database, and app for tourism and recreation-related amenities and activities within the Adirondack Park. Phase II will significantly enhance the user experience and will additionally look to employ a strategic marketing campaign to raise awareness to the end consumer and promote tourism through use of the website and app. The City of Glens Falls will complete an engineering report to address major sewer deficiencies along the Ridge Street sanitary sewer line within the City.

Agency/ Program

Award

27842

Schenectady

Proctors

Proctors Downtown District Energy Expansion In Schenectady

NYSERDA CGC3

$2,903,522.00

27827

Schenectady

Proctors

Proctors Interior Finish Restoration

Parks HPA

$455,000.00

30861

Schenectady

Schenectady County Community College

Workforce Development Training Building

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

31603

Schenectady

Schenectady Museum Association dba miSci

Suits Bueche Planetarium at miSci

ESD MNY

$20,137.00

28275

Schenectady, Albany, Troy

Proctors

Cirque Eloize Marketing Campaign

ESD MNY

$60,000.00

32336

Warr.,Wash.,Ha mil.,Ess.,Herk.,S ara.,Frank.,Clint., StLaw.,Onei.,Lew is,Fult.

Adirondack Association of Towns and Villages

The Adirondack Park Recreation Web Portal Project

ESD MNY

$82,500.00

28835

Warren

City of Glens Falls

City of Glens Falls Engineering Study for Ridge Street Sanitary Sewer Improvements

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

96

Capital Region
CFA #
32083

County
Warren

Applicant
City of Glens Falls

Project Title
Renovations to Glens Falls Civic Center

Description
Renovations to Glens Falls Civic Center for a new AHL franchise & regional entertainment events. Crandall Public Library of Glens Falls will train 54 long-term unemployed workers in basic computer skills, keyboarding and data entry, Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Excel 2007, Microsoft PowerPoint 2007, and Microsoft Publisher 2007. $23M project that includes the construction of a 132,000 SF six story commercial/ residential building along with a multi-story parking structure. The Town of Queensbury proposes to use $60,000 in NYS CDBG Small Business Assistance funds to assist with the start up of Glens Falls Brewing Company, LLC. The project proposes the creation of 3 full time jobs, of which 2 will benefit low and moderate income persons. The Town of Warrensburg will complete an engineering report evaluating upgrades to increase capacity at the existing Town wastewater treatment plant. The Village of Lake George will design and construct an interactive water feature and gateway signage at the Charles R. Wood Lake George Environmental Park. The Town of Bolton will design and construct improvements to Rogers Memorial Park including a visitor/heritage center, an entry plaza, pedestrian connector, lake overlook, lower walkway, hillside erosion repair, water distribution system, rehabilitation of the north public dock, and stormwater management planning. The Town of Lake George will design and construct streetscape improvements along the Route 9 gateway corridor from Birch Avenue south to the Route 9N junction, incorporating multi-modal enhancements and stormwater treatment measures. Warren County working with the Towns of Hadley, Lake Luzerne and Stony Creek and the Sacandaga-Hudson Advisory County will advance four projects to implement the intermunicipal First Wilderness Heritage Corridor Plan. Projects include construction of the first phase of a whitewater park on the Sacandaga River, upgrading of parking and restroom facilities at the Dean Farm Recreation Area, design of hamlet revitalization components in Stony Creek, and expansion and upgrading of teaching facilities at the Adirondack Folkschool.

Agency/ Program
ESD Grants

Award
$675,000.00

27807

Warren

Crandall Public Library

Software Skills Training

DOL UWT

$49,995.00

28251

Warren

Glens Falls Industrial Development Agency

Commercial/ Residential Facility

ESD Grants

$2,500,000.00

28553

Warren

Town of Queensbury

Town of Queensbury Assistance to Davidson Brothers Town of Warrensburg Wastewater Engineering Study Environmental Park Signage and Water Feature

HCR CDBGSBA

$60,000.00

30668

Warren

Town of Warrensburg

DEC EPGP

$24,000.00

27451

Warren

Village of Lake George

DOS LWRP

$200,000.00

30877

Warren County

Town of Bolton

Rogers Memorial Park Improvements

DOS LWRP

$350,000.00

28130

Warren County

Town of Lake George

Route 9 Streetscape

DOS LWRP

$100,000.00

26577

Warren, Saratoga

Warren County

First Wilderness Heritage Corridor Plan Implementation Projects

DOS LWRP

$553,500.00

97

Capital Region
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Washington County, the City of Glens Falls and Towns of Queensbury and Moreau will cooperatively develop a comprehensive strategic action plan and implementation program to address regional wastewater capacity. This project will focus on the management and infrastructure needs to ensure capacity of the Glens Falls and Washington County Sewer District #2 wastewater treatment plants for service to neighboring communities. Phase II of WWAARC’s Community Kitchen and Distribution Center Project expanded to include fit up of a distribution center and to provide training of staff and consumers at two locations in Warren County and Albany County. Warren County, in partnership with the membership of the Lake George Watershed Coalition, will pursue a systematic program of aquatic invasive species prevention, control and management, concentrating on research, prevention of introduction, early detection and aggressive control. Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls will upgrade its 35mm projection unit to digital in order to continue to provide challenging, timely, and artistically unique films to the Glens Falls region. The Capital Region Economic Development Council outcome will be twofold: high quality of life through a first-class public library meeting the stated goal of “Bring cities to Life”; two, educational benefits of a diverse, thought-provoking film program that supports “Prepare for Tomorrow.” Purchase of land, construction of 6,000 SF facility, and purchase of two digital printers for expansion of Washington County printing Company. As part of the ongoing restoration of the building, the Historic Salem Courthouse Preservation Association will rehabilitate two prominent but deteriorating architectural features: the roof and the bell tower. These critical improvements will restore the Courthouse to its former beauty and will make structural improvements so that it can continue to serve future generation as a vital recreational and cultural center for southern Washington County. The Slate Valley Museum will hire a SUNY or CUNY student to provide administrative support for the programs and activities associated with the 2014’s “Slate as Muse” exhibit. Programs may include painting workshops, quarry tours for photographers, slate carving workshops, children’s art classes, and gallery talks with exhibiting artists. The Slate as Muse Marketing and Programs Intern will gain valuable experience in the arts field.

Agency/ Program

Award

30139

Warren, Saratoga, Washington

Glens Falls/ Washington County

Regional Wastewater Management Project

DOS LGE

$800,000.00

30224

Warren, Washington and Albany

NYSARC Inc, Warren, Washington and Albany Counties Chapter (WWARC)

Community Kitchen and Distribution Center Project

ESD Grants

$100,000.00

32168

Warren, Washington, Essex

Warren County

Lake George Invasive Species Management and Control

DOS LWRP

$482,050.00

30665

Warren, Washington, Saratoga, Hamilton

Crandall Public Library

Digital Film Projector Conversion

Arts DFPCP

$17,003.00

31836

Washington

GF Labels Development, LLC

Facility Construction

ESD Grants

$75,000.00

26778

Washington

Old Washington County Courthouse in Salem

Courthouse Restoration

Parks HPA

$200,000.00

30133

Washington

Slate Valley Museum

Internship Funding

Arts IWDP

$5,208.00

98

Capital Region
CFA # County Applicant Project Title
Village of Hudson Falls Main Street Revitalization Program Phase II Washington County Wastewater Engineering Study for Sewer District 2

Description
The Village of Hudson Falls will use $195,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist the owners of mixed-use buildings to complete commercial and residential renovation projects, and perform streetscape enhancements in the Village. The Washington County Sewer District 2 will complete an engineering report to evaluate improvements to the existing wastewater and stormwater sewer systems to correct sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) issues. Excelsior Jobs Program tax Credits will be reserved for future projects including business investments in targeted industries that are within the region and that create or retain jobs, create capital investment and are consistent with the Strategic Plan. Federal Industrial Development Bond (IDB) Cap will be made available for state and local government issuers to sell tax-exempt bonds for eligible economic development, infrastructure and community revitalization efforts.

Agency/ Program

Award

27735

Washington

Village of Hudson Falls

HCR NYMS

$195,000.00

26919

Washington

Washington County Sewer District 2

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

Excelsior Jobs Credits

ESD EJP

$8,800,000.00

Low Cost Economic Development Financing

ESD IDBC

$30,000,000.00

99

Mid-Hudson

1 0 0

Mid-Hudson
$59.6 million awarded to 87 projects

CFA #

County

Applicant

Project Title

Description
The Marketing Strategy as described for the proposed Catskill Mountain Scenic Byway has been created with the goal to increase tourism visits, create packaged vacations for longer stays, bring people to Main Streets, improve sales, create a need for new recreational business development, require investments in hospitality and service sector job creation The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College will purchase a high-definition video projector enabling the creation of additional programs through the Center’s initiative, Live Arts Bard. A vital contributor to cultural tourism, the Fisher Center serves 40,000 visitors each year, resulting in direct revenue of approximately $1 million and indirect revenue of $4.2 million. With the purchase of this equipment, the Center will increase its impact by 10%. The Bard Regional Green Infrastructure Demonstration Project will use GIGP funds to implement green infrastructure practices that slow the speed of stormwater, clean it, and infiltrate it as part of a holistic solution to the problem of flooding and water contamination caused by impermeable surfaces. This project turns a problem area into an educational asset: eliminating a compacted crushed gravel parking area and transforming it into a pervious one will enhance the most heavily-trafficked parking area on the Bard campus. Dia Art Foundation will continue to supports its arts education program offered at Dia:Beacon including ongoing in-school arts partnerships, guided school group tours, teen-focused initiatives, professional development components, and a college student internship program. Analysis has concluded that Dia contributes a total $12.4 million in revenue annually to the region. Development of an economic development strategy for Dutchess County with the goals of consolidating and collaborating to improve delivery of business services, promote investment to drive economic growth.

Agency/ Program
ESD MNY

Award
$49,500.00

28245

Delaware, Ulster

Central Catskills Chamber of Commerce

Tourism Market Strategy Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway

28123

Dutchess

Bard College

High-Definition Video Projector

Arts APCE

$40,085.00

27472

Dutchess

Bard College

Regional Green Infrastructure Demonstration

EFC GIGP

$732,728.00

32673

Dutchess

Dia Art Foundation

Arts Education Programming at DiaBeacon

Arts CHPG

$37,000.00

32423

Dutchess

Dutchess Economic Development Alliance

Dutchess Economic Development Planning Project

ESD SPFS

$25,000.00

1 0 1

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Mill Street Loft will continue its "Art Institute: Poughkeepsie Youth Challenge Year 2" to provide a college preparedness course for local youth living in poverty. The course work, including weekly case management, family meetings and individualized goals, is designed to ensure high school graduation, entrance into college and full college scholarships for these students. This program provides area students with great talent, but without the financial means to develop and utilize those talents. Development of a Shared Municipal Services Cloud to provide small and mid-sized municipal governments with cloud-based software services and the associated benefits that come with operating in the cloud. The Town of Poughkeepsie will update its 1999 Local Waterfront Revitalization Program to guide land use planning and decision making and promote appropriate and sustainable redevelopment within the Town’s coastal zone. The Village of Red Hook will complete an engineering report to evaluate a wastewater treatment and collection system for the Village. Castagna Commerce Park is a planned mixed use multi-phased development consisting of medical office, retail, senior housing and assisted living facilities. HealthQuest Healthcare Systems will establish another base of operations on the development while A The Dutchess County Water and Wastewater Authority will undertake an extension of municipal water service to the Dutchess County Airport, Business Park and Economic Opportunity Corridor. Water service to this area will allow job creators to fully utilize Children’s Media Project will create a Mobile Media Lab to offer media arts programs to youth in the Poughkeepsie Public Library District, as well as other public libraries in the region. The Mobile Media Lab will introduce hundreds of high-school aged youth to the digital media arts, while developing critical thinking, communication and artistic and technical skills. Along with other benefits, this program promotes the well-being of youth with an emphasis on providing arts experience, job training and literacy skills. Gateway to Entrepreneurial Tomorrows, Inc. of Poughkeepsie will train 50 longterm unemployed workers in Envelope Professional Certification, business and financial education, professional development, building analysis, multi-family building analysis, commercial buildings, entrepreneurship, green technologies, and energy auditing.

Agency/ Program

Award

31376

Dutchess

Mill Street Loft

Art Institute Poughkeepsie Youth Challenge Year 2

Arts CHPG

$59,200.00

32419

Dutchess

Software Consulting Associates

Shared Municipal Services Cloud

ESD EJP

$200,000.00

28999

Dutchess

Town of Poughkeepsie

Town of Poughkeepsie Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Update Village of Red Hook Wastewater Engineering Study

DOS LWRP

$25,000.00

27202

Dutchess

Village of Red Hook

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

29771

Dutchess

Castagna Realty

Castagna Commerce Park

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

32206

Dutchess

Dutchess County Water And Wastewater Authority

Extension of Water Services to Dutchess County Airport Business Park and Economic Opportunity Corridor

ESD Grants

$750,000.00

30210

Dutchess, Ulster

Poughkeepsie Public Library District

The Media Lab

Arts CHPG

$57,950.00

26985

Dutchess, Ulster, Orange, Rockland, Westchester

Gateway to Entrepreneurial Tomorrows, Inc.

Building Analysis and Energy Auditing Training

DOL UWT

$96,000.00

1 0 2

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant
City of Middletown

Project Title
City of Middletown Wastewater Engineering Study Newburgh Broadway Design Guidelines Project Scobie Drive Industrial Park Infrastructure Assistance Project New Windsor Continental Farm

Description
The City of Middletown will complete an engineering report to update the City of Middletown’s 2003 Sewer System evaluation survey allowing the City to better identify sources of inflow & infiltration. The City of Newburgh will use $20,000 in New York Main Street Technical Assistance funds to develop design guidelines for the City of Newburgh's Broadway Corridor. The City will construct utility upgrades including a sewer lift station and force main connection to the existing sewer system and a watermain extension from the existing water distribution system. Continental Organics will purchase enhanced sustainable agriculture equipment for an aquaponics facility. Led by Orange County, the project will implement the recently completed Mid Hudson Regional Sustainability Plan through research and incorporation of amendments to municipal plans, policies and codes administered by the County of Orange as well as four municipalities. The project will disseminate the best practices and lessons learned in this initiative to other local governments in Orange County and in the adjoining Mid Hudson region through an education and outreach campaign. The project will result in the construction of a dedicated bulk manufacturing area for dermatological preparations within the current footprint of the Kolmar Port Jervis facility. This project will provide the plans to rehabilitate a historic, abandoned train station in a distressed neighborhood in the City of Middletown. The Orange County Certified Business Incubator will link numerous regional assets and business development programs into one unified program. This consortium will assist start-up businesses in the Mid-Hudson Region by deploying best practices and provide The Orange Regional Medical Center (ORMC) will construct a 120,000 square foot medical office/fitness center building on its main campus in Middletown. This project will entail the required land acquisition, planning, designing and construction of the off Capital investment in new manufacturing lines and capital R&D investment for developing generic equivalents of prescription products available as a result of expiration of patent. The Monroe Cable Company, Inc. will add a 40,000 square foot expansion to house an electron beam irradiation. The additional space will relieve existing congestion and facilitate visual manufacturing and reduce outsourcing, and also create up to 50 jobs.

Agency/ Program
DEC EPGP

Award

32237

Orange

$30,000.00

30258

Orange

City of Newburgh

HCR NYMSTA

$20,000.00

30425

Orange

City of Newburgh

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

31346

Orange

Continental Organics, LLC

ESD Grants

$750,000.00

28315

Orange

County of Orange

Sustainable Orange Empowering Sustainability in Local Communities

NYSERDA CGC2

$217,000.00

27942

Orange

Kolmar Laboratories Inc

Manufacturing Facility Improvements

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

32458

Orange

Middletown Community Health Center Inc

Pathway to Health

Parks HPA

$500,000.00

30174

Orange

Orange County Business Accelerator

Orange County Certified Business Incubator Proposal

ESD HSSP

$125,000.00

28874

Orange

Orange Regional Medical Center

Medical Campus Development

ESD Grants

$750,000.00

32222

Orange

RIJ Pharmaceutical Corporation

RIJ Pharmaceutical Growth Plan

ESD EJP

$400,000.00

31253

Orange

The Monroe Cable Company Inc

Crossfire Integration

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

1 0 3

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant
The Monroe Cable Company Inc

Project Title

Description
The Monroe Cable Company, Inc. will add a 40,000 square foot expansion to house an electron beam irradiation. The additional space will relieve existing congestion and facilitate visual manufacturing and reduce outsourcing, and also create up to 50 jobs. Acquisition of the former Fort Montgomery Marina property is creating the opportunity for public access to the Hudson River in the Town of Highlands for the first time since the late 1800s. With over 1,000 feet of frontage along the Hudson River, this mostly vacant and readily accessible property has the potential to be a tremendous asset for residents upon repurposing as a public park. Grant funds will support the Friends of Scenic Hudson Mine Dock Park’s plans for park development. "The Warwick Valley Local Development Corporation will redevelop the closed the Mid-Orange Correctional Facility as a technology/light manufacturing business park. SFC Yonkers, LLC will undertake this final phase of development in the implementation of th" The City of Port Jervis Community Development Agency will use $200,000 in New York Main Street funds to assist two key commercial and residential mixed-use buildings. Total project cost is estimated at $2.5 million, with additional funding from owner equity, CPC bank financing, and HUD HOME funds of Orange County. Taylor Biomass Energy, LLC will build a large-scale waste-to-energy facility in Montgomery. The facility will utilize a heated sand media to sublimate the organic fraction of waste materials in an oxygen-starved environment. Clear Solution Labs will be a contract manufacturer that produces health & beauty products as well as OTC products, pressed powders & high alcohol processed products A coalition of municipalities, state agencies and organizations are working to develop the Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail, a separated multi-use 9-mile trail linking Constitution Island in Cold Spring to the City of Beacon Train Station. The implementation phases of the project will focus on facilitating safe access between the Breakneck Train Stop and Breakneck Ridge, the top-rated day hike in North America.

Agency/ Program

Award

31253

Orange

Crossfire Integration

ESD EJP

$650,000.00

30426

Orange

The Scenic Hudson Land Trust Inc

Scenic Hudson Mine Dock Park

Parks PA

$374,414.00

29966

Orange

Warwick Valley Local Development Corp

Redevelopment of Mid-Orange Correctional Facility

ESD Grants

$50,000.00

30240

Orange

City of Port Jervis

Port Jervis Main Street Revitalization

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

32278

Orange

Taylor Biomass Energy LLC

Large-scale Waste-to-energy Facility

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

29942

Putnam

Clear Solution Labs LLC

Establish Contract Manufacturing Business

ESD EJP

$1,000,000.00

28402

Putnam

Town of Philipstown

Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail

Parks RTP

$100,000.00

1 0 4

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Village of Cold Spring began planning in 2006 with preparation of a Local Waterfront Revitalization Strategy (accepted), Comprehensive Plan (adopted) and draft Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan. The Village’s new zoning will focus on smart growth principles. It will encourage and enable future development and redevelopment to save energy, increase use of renewable energy, save greenhouse gas emissions, avoid future emissions, and reduce future energy use. The outcome will be adoption of an updated Zoning Law, Subdivision Regulations, and Historic District standards. Purchase M&E to eliminate use of Trichloroethylene as a degreasing solvent in it's manufacturing process. The project is in partnership with Hudson Valley Technology Development Corp. In the Hamlet of West Nyack, the Town of Clarkstown wetland restoration project will use GIGP funds to naturalize previously channelized streams, reconnect their flow to the adjacent regulated wetlands, and create new wetlands on the site. The project will feature educational kiosks and a small educational trail to promote better understanding of the importance of wetlands in mitigating flooding and improving water quality. The Village of Kaser will construct a mixeduse development with 50 low-income housing units. Phase I of project will include property acquisition, project planning and preparing the property for construction. Phase II will be the final construction, whic The Village of New Square proposes to use $400,000 in NYS CDBG funds to purchase and install a back up generator at the Refuah Health Center. The NYS Clean Tech Certified Business Incubator will assist Clean Tech based businesses in the Hudson Valley region by deploying best practices and provide mentorship programs, access to relevant programming, business related services and linkage to other Sullivan County will use $20,000 in New York Main Street Technical Assistance funds to complete feasibility studies and code reviews for three to five buildings along the central Broadway corridor in the Village of Monticello. The project will establish the Mid-Hudson/ Capital Region LTL Local Food Distribution Hub, which will allow farmers to cost effectively get their product to market. Funds will be used to build a facility, in Sullivan County. The Town of Delaware will upgrade the railroad crossing between upper and lower Main Street to allow greater connectivity to the business district.

Agency/ Program

Award

30400

Putnam

Village of Cold Spring

The Village of Cold Spring Smart Growth Planning

NYSERDA CGC2

$75,000.00

32446

Rockland

Lighting Services Inc

Lighting Services

ESD EIPCAP

$58,824.00

27107

Rockland

Town of Clarkstown

Wetland Restoration Project

EFC GIGP

$1,000,000.00

32583

Rockland

Village of Kaser

Low Income Housing

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

29889

Rockland County Rockland, Orange, Ulster, Sullivan, Columbia, Albany

Village of New Square

Village of New Sqaure RHC Upgrade Project

HCR CDBGPF

$400,000.00

29055

Hudson Valley Center for Innovation

NYS Clean Tech Certified Business Incubator Proposal

ESD HSSP

$125,000.00

28151

Sullivan

County of Sullivan

Village of Monticello Downtown Broadway Revitalization

HCR NYMSTA

$20,000.00

30713

Sullivan

Hudson Valley AgriBusiness Development Corporation

LTL Local Food Distribution Hub Network

ESD Grants

$200,000.00

31660

Sullivan

Town of Delaware

Railroad Square Crossing

DOS LWRP

$79,834.00

1 0 5

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant Project Title
Town of Liberty Loomis Public Infrastructure Improvements Completion of the Catskill Interpretive Center and Visitor Information Gateway City of Kingston Wastewater Engineering Study

Description
The Town of Liberty proposes to use $600,000 in NYS CDBG funds to make improvements to the Loomis Sewer District. The project will benefit 217 residents, 129 or 59.4% of whom are low and moderate income. The Catskill Center for Conservation and Development (CCCD) is seeking funds to complete the Catskill Interpretive Center & Visitor Information Gateway (CICVIG), a project that will promote sustainable economic development through increased tourism in the Catskill Region. The City of Kingston will complete an engineering report to explore options for protecting the City’s wastewater treatment plant from future flooding and sea level rise. This project will establish a trail on an historic rail bed and construct multi-modal infrastructure designed to provide safe, universally-accessible alternatives for moving about by bicycle, on foot, and other non-motorized means, while smoothing the flow of motorized vehicles in Kingston, NY. This project is intended to enhance livability, contribute to environmentally sustainable economic development, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with vehicle-miles traveled. The City of Kingston will design multi-modal connections along its Hudson River and Rondout waterfronts to the core of Kingston in Midtown. The project will provide safe alternatives for non-motorized transportation to create a more livable vibrant community through complete streets strategies and establishment of trail systems. The Kingston Connectivity Project will create a more livable, vibrant community with the implementation of a rail trail network that will be designed and constructed to provide safe, universally accessible alternatives for bicyclists, pedestrians and other non-motorized means. The project will reduce fossil fuel emissions, encourage physical activity, and reduce traffic congestion. The Kingston Connectivity Project will create a more livable, vibrant community with the implementation of a rail trail network that will be designed and constructed to provide safe, universally accessible alternatives for bicyclists, pedestrians and other non-motorized means. The project will reduce fossil fuel emissions, encourage physical activity, and reduce traffic congestion. Over the past decade, extensive repairs have been made to the Sloop Clearwater, an educational tall ship which welcomes close to 10,000 school students on board each year. This three-year plan has been developed to replace the vessel’s centerboard, centerboard trunk, over 100 frame sections and over 60 planks to prevent leaking and support future preservation efforts.

Agency/ Program
HCR CDBGPI

Award

27127

Sullivan

Town of Liberty

$600,000.00

27023

Ulster

Catskill Center for Conservation & Development, Inc.

ESD MNY

$49,500.00

31510

Ulster

City of Kingston

DEC EPGP

$30,000.00

29936

Ulster

City of Kingston

Complete Streets Corridor In Kingston

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,500,000.00

29936

Ulster

City of Kingston

Design and Construction of Kingston Point Rail Trail

DOS LWRP

$73,650.00

29936

Ulster

City of Kingston

Kingston Connectivity Project

Parks HASA

$500,000.00

29936

Ulster

City of Kingston

Kingston Connectivity Project

Parks RTP

$200,000.00

29419

Ulster

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater

Sloop Clearwater Restoration Project

Parks HPA

$497,303.00

1 0 6

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Testimonial Gateway Trailhead Project is part of a multi-year initiative to protect ecologically important lands and enhance public recreational use of the Mohonk Preserve. The planning and design of a new trailhead will help the Preserve improve visitor safety by mitigating current dangerous traffic and parking patterns. The project will also improve connectivity between the Preserve and the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail, facilitating pedestrian access to three local business districts. This project will improve and redevelop the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail between the northern border of New Paltz and the southern border of the City of Kingston. The proposed work includes regrading, ditching and reshaling the surface; widening the shoulders of the rail trail; bridge repairs; road crossings; signage and kiosks; and parking area improvements. In addition,it seeks to improve access to nature preserves and parks adjacent to the rail trail. The Phoenicia Festival of the Voice Foundation will present its 4th Annual Festival of Voice, held over four days in August, with more than twenty events in at least seven venues. The caliber of the artists involved has drawn audiences from across the New York State, the US and Europe. The festival boosts profits for local businesses, creates jobs and promotes tourism to the entire region. Rural Ulster Preservation Company will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to convert an abandoned former mill property known as The Lace Factory into lowincome housing units and artists' spaces. The total project cost is estimated at $18.2 million, with additional funding provided by various state and federal grant sources. The Town of New Paltz will improve a section of the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail within the Town. The project includes upgrading trailheads with information kiosks with maps, covered bicycle racks, uniform signage and mileage markers, and comfort stations with composting toilets. In addition, the project will repair the rail trail bridge over the Wallkill River. The Town of Rosendale will build a new pool to replace the community pool closed last year due to unsafe conditions. In addtion, the existing bath house will be modified to serve the rail trail system in our town as a way station offering toilets, showers and lockers.

Agency/ Program

Award

27030

Ulster

Mohonk Preserve Inc

Foothills Trailhead

Parks PA

$42,000.00

31845

Ulster

Open Space Institute

Wallkill Valley Rail Trail Improvements

Parks RTP

$200,000.00

28426

Ulster

Phoenicia Festival of the Voice Foundation

Phoenicia Festival of the Voice

Arts CHPG

$90,000.00

30611

Ulster

Rural Ulster Preservation Company (RUPCO)

The Kingston Lace Factory UI

HCR UI

$150,000.00

31515

Ulster

Town of New Paltz

New Paltz Wallkill River Rail Trail Program

Parks RTP

$23,000.00

32180

Ulster

Town of Rosendale

Park Enhancements

Parks PA

$500,000.00

1 0 7

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Towns of Rosendale, Marbletown and Rochester will work with the Rondout Valley Central School District to create a shared municipal space for all three municipalities. The facility, which will be housed at the recently closed Rosendale Elementary School, would provide Rosendale and Marbletown with joint space for town administration, while the Town of Rochester would move some of its offices to the new location. The project will also convert the school library into a shared court facility for all three towns. The Town of Wawarsing proposes to use $600,000 in NYS CDBG funds for Phase IIIA improvements to the Kerhonkson Water District’s infrastructure. This project will benefit of 580 residents, 405 or 69.8% of whom are low and moderate income. Ulster County will use GIGP funds to install pervious pavement, rain gardens, bioretention areas, and green walls at the recently relocated SUNY Ulster Extension Center in Kingston. This project will serve as an example of adaptive building reuse by retrofitting a former elementary school with innovative sustainable infrastructure at the new highly visible SUNY educational facility. Ultra Seal Corporation will make a significant capital investment to a distressed commercial site in the Town of Plattekill as well as energy efficient improvements to the buildings’ HVAC systems. The Village of Ellenville will complete an engineering report to evaluate inflow and infiltration impacts to the Village collection system. The Village of New Paltz will use $600,000 in NYS CDBG funds to replace the severely deteriorated sanitary sewer trunk line and manholes on Plattekill Avenue. A total of 3,827 persons, 2,239 or 58.5% of whom are low and moderate income will benefit from the improvements. The Land Use Law Center at Pace Law School will work with four pilot municipalities to integrate sustainability elements into their respective comprehensive plans and zoning codes to implement strategies identified in the Regional Sustainability Plan. The Center will use the Technical Guidance Manual for Sustainable Neighborhoods to identify barriers to sustainability and then provide community-specific recommendations for amendments to each municipality's comprehensive plan and zoning code. The 3-D Printing Initiative at SUNY New Paltz is part of a goal to establish the region as a national center for additive manufacturing (3-D printing) technology, design, research and manufacturing. SUNY New Paltz proposes to commit to a new curriculum an

Agency/ Program

Award

31927

Ulster

Town of Rosendale

Rondout Valley Multi-Municipal Center

DOS LGE

$258,930.00

27109

Ulster

Town of Wawarsing

Town of Wawarsing Public Infrastructure Improvements

HCR CDBGPI

$600,000.00

27521

Ulster

Ulster County

Campus Green Retrofit

EFC GIGP

$439,000.00

28456

Ulster

Ultra Seal Corporation

Warehouse Expansion Village of Ellenville Wastewater Planning Engineering Study Village of New Paltz Public Infrastructure Improvements

ESD EJP

$175,000.00

30061

Ulster

Village of Ellenville

DEC EPGP

$24,000.00

27154

Ulster

Village of New Paltz

HCR CDBGPI

$600,000.00

27893

Ulster and Westchester

Land Use Law Center at Pace Law School

Integrating Sustainability with Comprehensive Planning

NYSERDA CGC2

$95,512.00

27880

Ulster, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam, Sullivan, Westchester, Rockland, Greene

State University of New York at New Paltz

3D Printing Initiative at SUNY New Paltz

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

1 0 8

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Ulster County BOCES will train 20 longterm unemployed workers in medical terminology, anatomy/physiology, medical coding, International Classification of Diseases, current procedural terminology, insurance billing collection, medical law/ ethics, human relations, medical office applications/management, clinical asepsis, clinical procedures, pharmacology, A+ Certification, compliance/operational security, network security, threats/ vulnerabilities, application data host security, and cryptography. The Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts will purchase a supertitle machine in order to project text and video during the popular Bel Canto at Caramoor opera program. This equipment will enhance the audience’s understanding of and engagement with the performances. Caramoor is a magnet for regional cultural tourism, bringing over 22,000 people to the area during the summer. The City of New Rochelle will build upon previous efforts to advance sustainable, economic development. With careful consideration of New Rochelle's own sustainability plan, GreeNR, the City will continue its efforts to update its comprehensive plan, and amend its zoning code to foster private investment in a more compact, mixed-use, mixed-income, energy efficient, walkable development centered around the New Rochelle Transit Center. The City of New Rochelle will update their draft Local Waterfront Revitalization Program developed in 1999 to guide waterfront development and incorporate a land use plan for David’s Island. The City of Peekskill will conduct planning and design for Fleischmann’s Pier to determine the future use of the pier. The project will lead to the revitalization of the pier which will greatly enhance its utility and aesthetics at a prominent point along the Hudson River. This project involves the planning and design for the redevelopment of an existing transit hub into a multimodal transportation center that serves all modes of travel and maximizes the economic development potential of the area. The City of Yonkers will use GIGP funds to continue the process of daylighting the Saw Mill River through downtown Yonkers. This project will improve water quality, provide new habitat, leverage private investment, and create a gateway park with dramatic views upon entering downtown from the east. Community Housing Innovations, Inc. (CHI), is seeking $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to renovate two adjacent residential and commercial mixed-use buildings on South Street in the City of Peekskill's Waterfront District.

Agency/ Program

Award

27966

Ulster, Orange, Dutchess, Sullivan, Westchester

Board of Cooperative Educational Services of Ulster County dba Ulster BOCES

Medical Office and Information Technology Training

DOL UWT

$100,000.00

29900

Westchester

Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts Inc

Supertitle Machine for Bel Canto Opera Program

Arts APCE

$20,720.00

30569

Westchester

City of New Rochelle

Comprehensive Plan Update

NYSERDA CGC2

$198,000.00

27633

Westchester

City of New Rochelle

New Rochelle Local Waterfront Revitalization Program

DOS LWRP

$79,200.00

28589

Westchester

City of Peekskill

Fleischmanns Pier Reconstruction Design

DOS LWRP

$175,000.00

30408

Westchester

City of White Plains

Transit Hub In White Plains

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,000,000.00

26857

Westchester

City of Yonkers

Saw Mill River Daylighting Green Phase 3

EFC GIGP

$1,076,977.00

30827

Westchester

Community Housing Innovations, Inc.

Rehabilitation of 400-404 South Street Peekskill NY

HCR UI

$150,000.00

1 0 9

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Family Services of Westchester AmeriCorps Program will recruit post9/11 era veterans who are returning to Westchester County to serve as AmeriCorps Members. The program will engage veterans in service to the community and provide a vehicle for valuable job training skills. Members will be placed in not-for-profit organizations, where service initiatives will align with both community needs and career interests. To increase recreational opportunities at Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park in Westchester County, volunteers will rehabilitate and construct a trail in the southeastern portion of the park. The project includes building two bridges, constructing a section of trail, installing 135 feet of boardwalk, and repairing damaged areas. The trail will connect the park to Yorktown’s Business District. Greyston Foundation Inc. of Yonkers will train 40 long-term unemployed workers as Certified Nursing Assistants, electrocardiography (EKG) technicians, phlebotomy technicians, and culinary arts workers. Groundwork Hudson Valley will undertake a feasibility study for the design and construction of a 2-mile rail-trail that stretches from the Downtown Yonkers Waterfront to the 242nd Street subway station in Riverdale, NYC. The creation of this multi-use path is expected to revitalize several distressed neighborhoods in the lower Hudson Valley, help renew downtown Yonkers, and connect workers to transit hubs in Getty Square and New York City. Pace Law School Land Use Law Center (LULC) will build upon New York State's Climate Smart Communities (CSC) program to design and implement a comprehensive municipal sustainability certification web interface that facilitates the application and certification process. The interface will make it easier for communities to participate in the CSC program and implement climate smart actions. Conversion of proprietary metal impregnation (melting) process from oil based to gas based; reducing carbon footprint and energy consumption. The Young Women's Christian Association of Yonkers will train 20 long-term unemployed workers in commercial driving and Heating-Ventilating-Air Conditioning-Refrigeration.

Agency/ Program

Award

29504

Westchester

Family Services of Westchester, Inc.

Veterans ServiceWorks AmeriCorps Program

ONCS Amer

$247,375.00

31099

Westchester

Friends of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Donald J. Trump State Parks

Connecting FDR State Park to Yorktown

Parks RTP

$11,386.00

26353

Westchester

Greyston Foundation Inc.

Medical and Culinary Arts Training

DOL UWT

$99,809.00

28216

Westchester

Groundwork Hudson Valley

Adriaens Way The Downtown Yonkers Trail

Parks PA

$160,244.00

31911

Westchester

Land Use Law Center at Pace Law School

CSC Certification Program Implementation

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,215,000.00

27460

Westchester

Metallized Carbon Corporation The Young Women's Christian Association of Yonkers

Oil to Gas Conversion

ESD EJP

$250,000.00

30876

Westchester

Commercial Driving and HVAC Training

DOL UWT

$99,500.00

1 1 0

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Town of Cortlandt will complete a Comprehensive Plan that will focus on issues of sustainability and economic development by taking advantage of the Town's location along the Hudson River. In addition, the Town will investigate zoning techniques to plan for enhancements in the area around the Cortlandt Metro-North Station and along the Town's commercial corridors. Further, the plan will study concepts such as form based zoning, complete streets and green development bonuses. Quarry Park, adjacent to Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park, is a 5.5-acre site that was Hasting-on-Hudson’s first industry, a marble quarry, beginning in 1828. The final design of Quarry Park proposes a natural park setting with walking paths, shaded seating areas, an open-air venue, and interpretive signage, and the completion of Quarry Trail will provide the final link in the local trail system. Quarry Park, adjacent to Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park, is a 5.5-acre site that was Hasting-on-Hudson’s first industry, a marble quarry, beginning in 1828. The final design of Quarry Park proposes a natural park setting with walking paths, shaded seating areas, an open-air venue, and interpretive signage, and the completion of Quarry Trail will provide the final link in the local trail system. The Village of Port Chester will develop design and construction drawings for a collapsed bulkhead along the Byram River waterfront. The completion of final design will facilitate the replacement of the failed bulkhead, which is pivotal to the resurgence of the waterfront. Reverend John Sykes Park, located in the inner village of Sleepy Hallow, seeks funding for the design and construction of a comfort station. The design will focus on creating an ADA-compliant facility with a small footprint so as to take as little space away from the recreation area as possible. The Village of Tarrytown will prepare a feasibility study to identify options to restore and reopen the pedestrian pathway under the Metro North railroad tracks. This pathway will provide a link to the waterfront and increase public access to the Hudson River. The Village of Ossining will design an extension of an existing public dock along the Hudson River. The dock’s extension will add recreational opportunities along the waterfront and promote tourism in the region. Study to re-purpose obsolete buildings in Peekskill's Opportunity Area and redevelopment path for Brewster's Main Street Corridor

Agency/ Program

Award

27674

Westchester

Town of Cortlandt

Comprehensive Plan Development

NYSERDA CGC2

$175,000.00

29800

Westchester

Village of Hastings-onHudson

Quarry Park and Trail Project

Parks PA

$94,250.00

29800

Westchester

Village of Hastings-onHudson

Quarry Park and Trail Project

Parks RTP

$61,750.00

27314

Westchester

Village of Port Chester

Byram River Bulkhead Design

DOS LWRP

$225,420.00

31425

Westchester

Village of Sleepy Hollow

Rev Sykes Park Improvements

Parks PA

$157,500.00

31387

Westchester

Village of Tarrytown

Tarrytown Pedestrian Tunnel Accesway Project

DOS LWRP

$37,500.00

28192

Westchester

Village of Ossining

Design and Construction of Village Dock Extension MHREDC Opportunity Area PeekskillBrewster Area Strategic Plans andor Building Reuse Feasibility Studies

DOS LWRP

$21,500.00

30986

Westchester, Putnam

City of PeekskillVillage of Brewster

ESD SPFS

$75,000.00

1 1 1

Mid-Hudson
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The CAREERS for People with Disabilities Workforce Development Program will offer job readiness skills to veterans and long-term SNAP applicants/recipients who are under or unemployed and residing in the Hudson Valley. Participants will be guided through all phases of securing a job, writing/updating resumes, interviewing skills and workforce readiness skills. Once placed, they will be provided job training and ongoing supportive services such as transportation and using jobrelated technology. Development of curriculum for unemployed workers and implement it both MHREDC Opportunity Area communities - Peekskill and Brewster Regional Council working with the NYS HCR's Office of Community Renewal will make funding available to eligible municipalities for Housing Rehabilitation, Public Infrastructure, Public Facilities and Economic Development activities for the benefit of low to moderate-income individuals NYSERDA's Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs offer New York businesses solutions to improve energy efficiency and save money through design, new construction, renovation, and process improvements to commercial and industrial buildings. The New Construction Program and Existing Facilities Program help building owners make informed decisions to design and renovate sustainable buildings. The FlexTech program can offer energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process Efficiency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing efficiency. Excelsior Jobs Program tax Credits will be reserved for future projects including business investments in targeted industries that are within the region and that create or retain jobs, create capital investment and are consistent with the Strategic Plan. Federal Industrial Development Bond (IDB) Cap will be made available for state and local government issuers to sell tax-exempt bonds for eligible economic development, infrastructure and community revitalization efforts.

Agency/ Program

Award

29943

Westchester, Putnam

CAREERS for People for Disabilities, Inc.

CAREERS SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$100,000.00

31855

Westchester, Putnam

Westchester Community College Foundation Inc

Grow New York

ESD OA

$100,000.00

Community Renewal Fund

HCR CRF

$1,000,000.00

Energy Efficiency Projects

NYSERDA EE

$1,968,439.00

Excelsior Jobs Credits

ESD EJP

$1,325,000.00

Low Cost Economic Development Financing

ESD IDBC

$30,000,000.00

1 1 2

New York City

1 1 3

New York City
$57.4 million awarded to 60 projects

CFA #

County

Applicant
Dayton Industries, Inc.

Project Title
Lean Manufacturing and Office Operations Training

Description
Dayton Industries, Inc. of the Bronx will train 44 workers in workplace organization and the 5S process of organization, quick changeover practices, value based customer service, and Microsoft Excel. FEGS Health and Human Services, in partnership with Goodwill of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey (Goodwill), will provide enhanced employment and training services to SNAP recipients in the Bronx with sector-focused training needed to secure long-term employment with career paths that lead to success in the 21st century job market. The program will support enhanced, targeted career training leading to accreditation in the high-growth security, retail or solar sectors for SNAP recipients. Bronx Community College will train 32 long-term unemployed workers in information technology support management and essentials, Cisco Certified Network Associate Discovery, project management, math and electricity basics for photovoltaics, photovoltaic design and installation, and computeraided design.

Agency/ Program
DOL EET

Award
$37,400.00

32193

Bronx

31599

Bronx

FEGS Health and Human Services

FEGS SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$250,000.00

32758

Bronx

Research Foundation of the City University of New York on behalf of Bronx Community College Research Foundation of the City University of New York on behalf of Bronx Community College Educational Opportunity Center

Information Technology Support Management and Renewable Energy Programs Training

DOL UWT

$50,000.00

30598

Bronx

Medical Support Professional Training

Educational Opportunity Center of Bronx Community College will train 108 longterm unemployed workers in direct support immersion, strategies for crisis intervention and prevention, medication administration, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

DOL UWT

$50,000.00

32025

Bronx

South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation

SoBRO SNAP Opportunities Program

SoBRO’s SNAP Opportunities program will address unemployment and underemployment in the communities surrounding the south Bronx, utilizing a case management approach to provide job-readiness trainings and job skills and educational training programs including adult basic education, English as a Second Language, customer service training, retail training and CDL training, to address these issues.

OTDA SNAP

$125,000.00

1 1 4

New York City
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Bronx Museum of the Arts will grow its successful Bronx Cultural Programs, a year-long collection of 40 free community events celebrating the cultural traditions and vibrancy of the Bronx. Programs in 2014 will engage over 10,000 multigenerational visitors to the Bronx Museum and nearby Joyce Kilmer Park. A year-round local cultural destination, the Museum plays a key role in the development and sustainability of a vibrant, economically resilient, and demographically diverse South Bronx. The New York Botanical Garden’s East Gate Visitor Accessibility and Green Zone Project will directly expand the Garden’s ability to serve audiences and provide programming throughout the year, in addition to improving access to and from surrounding communities and to visitors from all parts of the city via two MTA subway lines and bus lines. Provide TA about recycling and pollution prevention to NYC businesses. Closing the Gap: Classrooms to Careers will develop tools that enable employers in the health care, Agudath Israel of America Community Services, Inc. of New York City will train 15 long-term unemployed workers in principles of accounting, intermediate accounting, fundamentals of macro economics, computer concepts and applications, computer business applications, and computerized accounting. The One and Only Coney Campaign aims to draw tourists by marketing and expanding seasonal events and programs such as Coney Island Flicks on the Beach and Friday Night Fireworks. Coney Island has historically been America’s Playground; our marketing plan will reintroduce this image furthering the appeal of Coney Island as a destination. The company will expanding its facility and staff by incorporating new production capabilities and offering training opportunities to both newly hired and existing employees. The Blumenfeld Development Group will use GIGP funds to install a green roof above "Building C" in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. This is part of a larger mixed-use development project on a 6.08-acre site located at the corner of Navy Street and Flushing Avenue. Build an approximately 65,000 square foot greenhouse atop the historic Liberty View Industrial Plaza at 850 3rd Ave. in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, which will be the world's largest rooftop farm.

Agency/ Program

Award

31410

Bronx

The Bronx Museum of the Arts

Bronx Museum Community Engagement Programs

Arts CHPG

$100,000.00

28979

Bronx

The New York Botanical Garden

East Gate Visitor Accessibility and Green Zone Project

Parks PA

$500,000.00

31185

Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond Bronx, Kings, Queens

NYC ITAC Research Foundation of the City University of New York

NYC ITAC

ESD EIPTA

$200,000.00

32416

Closing the Gap: Classroom to Career Program

ESD OA

$100,000.00

27509

Kings

Agudath Israel of America Community Services, Inc.

Office Operations Training

DOL UWT

$70,500.00

30704

Kings

Alliance for Coney Island

The One and Only Coney Campaign

ESD MNY

$225,000.00

31060

Kings

Architectral Grille

Facility Expansion and New Production Capability Staffing and Training

ESD EJP

$165,067.00

31632

Kings

Blumenfeld Development Group

Brooklyn Navy Yard "Building C" Green Roof

EFC GIGP

$275,778.00

28042

Kings

BrightFarms

BSP Greenhouse - Rooftop Farm

ESD EJP

$350,000.00

1 1 5

New York City
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Church Avenue District Management Association will use $200,000 in New York Main Street Funds to assist five mixed-use buildings in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn. The total project cost is estimated to exceed $1 million, with additional funding from property owners, the City of New York, the Church Avenue District Management Association, the AvenueNYC program, and the Brooklyn Community Foundation. The Brooklyn Biotech Certified Incubator will link numerous regional bio-based assets and business development programs into one unified program. This consortium will assist start-up businesses in the New York City region by deploying best practices and A feasibility study and design project to re-envision a central green space in downtown Brooklyn. Fastener Dimensions Inc. of Ozone Park will train 24 workers in ASO9100 (quality management system), product realization, purchasing/supplier evaluation, inspectiontest-calibration control, monitoring-analysisimprovement, internal auditing, lean manufacturing, organization, continuous improvement, office lean, statistical process control, production planning, Quantum modules, HAAS equipment, Reed equipment, Omniturn equipment, flat die thread rollers, non-destructive testing. The project is to upgrade the facilities of Fastener Dimensions and to provide critical training for existing staff on new equipment, lean manufacturing, production planning, internal auditing, monitoring, calibration and various other business practices. Foodsaver New York, Inc. dba Terminal Seafood & Meats of Brooklyn will provide on-the-job training for 20 newly-hired workers in supervision, customer relations, and food safety. Groundswell will partner with the NYC Department of Probation and the Pitkin Avenue Business Improvement District to engage young adults on probation to transform vandalized walls into three monumental murals, driving permanent change in one of New York City's most challenged neighborhoods. Along with offering short-term employment and job training, the program will spur economic activity, reduce petty crime, and increase safety on the Pitkin Avenue commercial corridor.

Agency/ Program

Award

24556

Kings

Church Avenue District Management Association

Flatbush Neighborhood Revitalization

HCR NYMS

$200,000.00

28206

Kings

Downstate Technology Center

Brooklyn Biotech Certified Business Incubator Proposal Feasibility and Design of Greenspace in Brooklyn

ESD HSSP

$125,000.00

26536

Kings

Downtown Brooklyn Partnership

ESD SPFS

$50,000.00

29250

Kings

Fastener Dimensions Inc.

AS9100 Quality Management System and Machine Operation Training

DOL EET

$90,620.00

29250

Kings

Fastener Dimensions Inc.

Manufacturing Facility Upgrade

ESD EJP

$100,000.00

32058

Kings

Foodsaver New York, Inc. dba Terminal Seafood & Meats

Operations Training

DOL NHT

$3,360.00

30399

Kings

Groundswell

TransformRestore Brownsville

Arts CHPG

$50,000.00

1 1 6

New York City
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description Agency/ Program Award
The Sunset Park AmeriCorps Program will place twenty AmeriCorps members in service to an economically disadvantaged neighborhood in southwestern Brooklyn, NY. Members will be placed with education The Sunset Park and workforce development/training programs within Lutheran Family Health Opportunity Corps Centers, where they will provide academic AmeriCorps interventions, job-readiness services, and Program financial literacy education. The program will deliver adult education courses to 500 economically disadvantaged individuals, of which 300 will demonstrate increased competencies associated with employability. Marine Park Seaside Links will use GIGP funds to install a rainwater harvesting and reuse system at the Marine Park Golf Course in Brooklyn. The rainwater harvesting and reuse system will reduce stormwater runoff currently discharging into Jamaica Bay as well as reduce the potable water demand at the facility. The St. Nicks Alliance SNAP Opportunities program engages SNAP eligible program participants in job skills training in Environmental Remediation Technician (ERT), Commercial Truck Driving Class B (CDL) and Integrated Pest Control Management Technician (PCT). As part of the training, they will participant in highly interactive workshops to educate them on the job market, resume workshops and job search skills, all designed to heighten the chances of being promoted. St. Nicks Alliance Corp. of Brooklyn will train 30 long-term unemployed workers in Commercial Class B licensed truck driving and workplace success. The NYC Department of Parks & Recreation, working with the NYC Department of Environmental Protection, will expand restoration of vital and resilent coastal ecosystems in Jamaica Bay and plan for public access and utilization of the waterfront at Sunset Cove in Broad Channel. The Brooklyn Arts Council will support its Creative Coalitions, an innovative initiative designed to build an arts infrastructure and spur economic development in depressed eastern Brooklyn neighborhoods. The Creative Coalitions project will grow existing programs and expand to Brownsville, forming arts coalitions and assisting these groups to expand local arts programming and achieve sustainability. This project will reach some of Brooklyn’s most impoverished neighborhoods, provide new income opportunities and enhanced livability. Leap, Inc. dba Brooklyn Workforce Innovations will train 50 long-term unemployed workers as commercial truck drivers.

29608

Kings

Lutheran Family Health Centers

ONCS Amer

$179,618.00

30036

Kings

Marine Park Seaside Links

Rainwater Harvesting and Reuse

EFC GIGP

$502,900.00

28374

Kings

St Nicks Alliance

St Nicks SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$300,000.00

28442

Kings

St. Nicks Alliance Corp.

Commercial Truck Driving Training

DOL UWT

$100,000.00

28289

Kings and Queens

New York City

Jamaica Bay Habitat Restoration and Waterfront Revitalization

DOS LWRP

$395,997.00

26910

Kings County

Brooklyn Arts Council

Creative Coalitions

Arts CHPG

$100,000.00

27605

Kings, New York, Queens, Bronx, Richmond

Leap, Inc. dba Brooklyn Workforce Innovations

Commercial Truck Driving Training

DOL UWT

$100,000.00

1 1 7

New York City
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
CAMBA will utilize the Security Guard Academy. The program will address the twin issues of poverty and unemployment. Clients will obtain 8-hour and 16-hour Certification from the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS). Clients will obtain Private Security Guard’s licenses from DCJS and will obtain Fire Guard certificates from the New York City Fire Department. Clients will obtain unsubsidized employment in private security and other fields. Anthology Film Archives plans to acquire and install a DCI-compliant Digital projection system in its Maya Deren Theater. This upgrade will serve NYC residents and state-wide tourism by improving existing facilities for film and video exhibition, serving the multicultural community of lower Manhattan by presenting local, national, and international artists. As a preeminent archive, research library, and cinema Anthology is recognized locally and internationally. Conversion will enhance use of the archive and library, and film exhibition, presenting 1,000 programs annually to nearly 60,000 patrons, with weekly in-person artist appearances. Cambridge Business Institute of New York City will train 194 long-term unemployed workers as Home Health Aides and Pharmacy Technicians. DCTV’s Digital technical assistance project will expand current documentary screening program into a full-time, 74-seat state-ofthe-art Cinema in our historic firehouse in lower Manhattan, as one of the only cinemas dedicated to documentaries in Manhattan – and an Academy-qualifying DCP theatrical. This project will create 10 jobs and become a permanent neighborhood institution, tripling annual 13,000 attendees to 39000. Start a denim on demand program NYC's LES/Chinatown District. This project will purchase and install a 4K Digital Cinema Projector with 2D and 3D content capability, and 7.1 Cinema Surround Sound. One of the finest screening rooms in NYC for independent film and festivals; Digital conversion will enable continued economic benefit to NYC and NYS through screening clients such as NBC Universal, The New Yorker Festival, PBS, Paramount, School of Visual Arts, Sony Pictures Classic, Summit Entertainment, The New York Times Company, The Weinstein Company, Warner Bros, Yahoo Inc. and Independent film festivals including The New York Latino Film Festival and Russian Film Week.

Agency/ Program

Award

29240

Kings, Queens, Bronx, New York, Richmond

CAMBA

Job Training Program

DOS CSBG

$93,355.00

32675

New York

Anthology Film Archives, Inc

Digital Projection System

Arts DFPCP

$62,660.00

31564

New York

Cambridge Business Institute Inc.

Home Health Aide and Pharmacy Technician Training

DOL UWT

$99,600.00

32046

New York

Downtown Community Television Center, Inc.

Cinema Expansion Project

Arts DFPCP

$100,000.00

26871

New York

Flint and Tinder USA

Denim on Demand Project

ESD EJP

$100,000.00

29337

New York

French Institute Alliance Francaise

Digital Conversion for Film Projection

Arts DFPCP

$70,000.00

1 1 8

New York City
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
Creativity + Technology = Enterprise is a partnership project between Harvestworks, a cultural arts development organization and The Industrial and Technology Assistance Corporation a nonprofit economic development corporation that helps early-stage technology and manufacturing firms launch innovative products in NYC. Up to fifteen projects will be chosen and technical engineers will be hired to facilitate the production. This project will improve the quality of life of New York City residents and create a progrowth, pro-jobs environment. The Henry Street Settlement (HSS) will undergo historic preservation work to its Manhattan headquarter buildings, which are listed as a National Historic Landmark. The project will be a replicable model for energy efficiency retrofits to a historic property, furnishing the buildings with green design elements to decrease energy consumption by at least 25 percent. Money saved in energy costs will be invested into programs to help New Yorkers overcome poverty-related challenges. The New Museum will support programming around an innovative new model: the New Museum Incubator. The Incubator will provide a dynamic, shared workspace and a networking platform for emerging entrepreneurs, technologists, designers, thinkers, artists-in-residence, and creatives. This project will boost the creative economy in NY by fostering an environment that allows artists, designers, and entrepreneurs to seed and test new ideas, present works-in-progress and conduct research and workshops. Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation (NIMC) will serve 90 lowincome young adult and adult learners who aspire to attend college. NIMC will provide information regarding the benefits of postsecondary education, pre- and post-college enrollment counseling, socio-educational workshops, and assistance with financial aid and college applications. College tours and fairs will be arranged and NIMC will also provide tutoring in reading, writing and math to prepare students for college admissions tests and academics. Ralph Rucci LLC will expand its footprint by leasing an additional 12,000 sf of space at 151 W 26th Street, New York City, to meet the growing demand for the company's couture and high-end women's clothing. Sailthru will expand operations at a new headquarters site in New York City. With its large drill hall, Park Avenue Armory fills a critical void in NYC’s cultural ecology by enabling the creation and enjoyment of unconventional works. Working independently and with partners, PAA will produce four world premiere musical performances audiences, including an opera and classical music festival. The Park Avenue Armory is committed to restoring and re-purposing NYS’s landmarked historic building as modern-day hub for accessible contemporary visual and performing art.

Agency/ Program

Award

32452

New York

Harvestworks

Creativity Technology Enterprise

Arts CHPG

$100,000.00

26320

New York

Henry Street Settlement

Henry Street Historic Preservation Project

Parks HPA

$500,000.00

27215

New York

New Museum

New Museum Incubator

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

32041

New York

Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation

College Access Project

HESC CACG

$50,000.00

31557

New York

Ralph Rucci LLC

High End Fashion Business Expansion Sailthru New York Expansion Project

ESD EJP

$411,944.00

31620

New York

Sailthru

ESD EJP

$750,000.00

30862

New York

Seventh Regiment Armory Conservancy Inc

Epic and Adventurous Work for New York

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

1 1 9

New York City
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The Father’s Heart Church, also known as The Father’s Heart Ministry Center, is the former Eleventh Street Methodist Episcopal Chapel. Given the fact that the church was constructed in 1867 and the rectory was constructed c. 1856, the buildings’ roofs are in need of a comprehensive repair and drainage rehabilitation. The restoration work is part of a multi-phase master plan to allow the foundation to continue its mission of helping the community. City College of New York (CCNY) will serve 40 low-income 11th grade students. Students will participate in a 30 week program that will provide academic support and mentoring. CCNY will provide standardized test preparation, information about postsecondary educational opportunities and support services, and assistance with completing financial aid applications. College visits will also be arranged and individualized and group instruction will help students develop selfcare skills to succeed in college.

Agency/ Program

Award

29242

New York

The Fathers Heart Ministries

Facility Improvements

Parks HPA

$500,000.00

31867

New York

The Research Foundation of CUNY

City College of NY Continuing and Professional Education

HESC CACG

$50,000.00

32373

New York

World Business Lenders LLC

Financial Services Operations Center: The company currently employs approximately 100 employees who are responsible for customer orders, customer service, loan operations, loan servicing, accounting, human resources and administration. New customer inbound calls are received and processed, and the accounts of existing customers are serviced. Once an application and supporting materials are received from the client, a loan decision can be issued and an approved loan can be funded promptly. For new customer Expandsion of processing, a staff member will receive Financial Services an inbound call from a business owner. Operations Center A loan application is submitted by the business owner, and then our back-office processing staff investigates and evaluates the applicant's credit eligibility. If the loan application is approved, the processing staff prepares the loan documents and the loan is funded soon thereafter. After the loan is funded, the loan serving department processes loan payments and provides after-sale customer service. Also, delinquent loan collections are handled by a dedicated collections team in our loan operations group. The Apollo will present the Harlem/South Africa Connection in Fall 2014 combining music, theater, film and humanities discussions to celebrate the enduring connection between Harlem and South Africa. The festival coincides with the 20th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s inauguration as South Africa’s President. As a leading cultural and economic anchor of 125th street, the Apollo occupies a vital role in the economic landscape, drawing diverse audiences, businesses and other organizations to Upper Manhattan. The company will develop a complete cloud-based software platform for running a shop from an iPad.

ESD EJP

$750,000.00

29893

New York City

Apollo Theater Foundation Inc

Fall Festival Funding

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

30295

New York County

ShopKeep POS

Cloud-based Software Development Project

ESD EJP

$750,000.00

1 2 0

New York City
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The SEEDCO AmeriCorps Program will deliver post job placement services to workforce development clients at local organizations in the South Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. Members will support career case management, job retention, career advancement, and financial literacy for workforce development participants to improve the long-term employment outcomes and stability of economically disadvantaged clients. At the end of the project period, 440 economically disadvantaged individuals will receive job training, skill development and financial literacy services. The NYC Department of Parks & Recreation, in partnership with the City Parks Foundation, will continue the Catalyst Reclaiming Our Waterfront Parks program, a collaborative Partnership For Parks public/private initiative between the two agencies. Catalyst is designed to plan and implement revitalization of underserved neighborhoods’ underutilized waterfront parks. Unique programs are developed at such targeted park communities, generating public consensus for the future of their waterfront neighborhood through community visioning that identifies issues, needs and opportunities, identification and mentoring of community leaders and preparation of a plan to implement community and waterfront revitalization. This round of Catalyst will continue work in Kaiser and Calvert Vaux Parks on either side of Coney Island Creek in South Brooklyn, and launch the Catalyst Program at Faber Pool and Park in the Port Richmond area of Staten Island, and East Harlem waterfront parks along the East River from East 96th Street to East 132nd Street. The NYU-Poly Certified Incubator will assist start-up businesses in the New York City region by deploying best practices and provide mentorship programs, access to relevant programming, business related services and linkage to other economic development p HANAC and the Queensboro Council for Social Welfare (QCSW) will collaborate to offer job readiness assistance, work experience, job training, job search and placement and retention services to SNAP eligible individuals in Harlem, Manhattan and Astoria/Long Island City. High School Equivalency (HSE) Preparation and Computer Literacy classes will also be offered to enrolled participants of the Harlem Justice Community Program (HJCP) which serves court-involved young adults. Building renovation to achieve SQF certification requirements.

Agency/ Program

Award

27090

New York, Bronx, Kings

Structured Employment Economic Development Corporation

SEEDCO Economic Development AmeriCorps Program

ONCS Amer

$142,566.00

31870

New York, King, Richmond Counties

New York City

Catalyst Revitalizing Waterfront Parks Phase IV

DOS LWRP

$350,000.00

26897

New York, Kings

NYU Poly

NYU-Poly NYS Certified Incubator Proposal

ESD HSSP

$125,000.00

28015

New York, Queens

HANAC, INC.

SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$125,000.00

28017

Queens

Hansel n Gretel Brand Inc.

Hansel n Gretel Building Upgrade Job Retention Project

ESD EJP

$537,701.00

1 2 1

New York City
CFA # County Applicant Project Title Description
The goal of this project is to make bus travel more efficient and attractive and to develop advanced traffic management solutions to minimize congestion. Potential features include bus service streamlining and enhancement, dedicated bus lanes, faster fare collection, transit signal priority, improved curb regulations to reduce double parking, active traffic management techniques, and increased enforcement via the New York Police Department and bus lane cameras. Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation of New Hyde Park will train 60 workers in pain identification, treatment strategies, and complementary and alternative therapies. The Queens Tech Certified Business Incubator will link numerous regional assets and business development programs into one unified program. This consortium will assist start-up businesses in the New York City region by deploying best practices and provi Sunnyside Community Services, Inc. will train 108 long-term unemployed workers as Home Health Aides. Construction of waterfront esplanade including retail shops, restaurants, a 164 room hotel, and approximately 96 residential units housed in historic buildings along a waterfront esplanade Construction of a multi-purpose retail outlet center, hotel, restaurants, event space, parking, and state-of-the-art outdoor features, eg, green roofs, waterfront plazas and esplanade. The NYC Department of Environmental Protection will complete Phase 1 preliminary planning to restore salt marsh and sand dunes habitat in the Oakwood Beach neighborhood of Staten Island to become more resilient to future flood and storm surge damage and reduce the risk of persistent wildfires. The Greenbelt Trail Sustainability Initiative will address erosion, poor drainage, and flooding on the Greenbelt’s trails, will enhance passage through the trail corridor with the removal of invasive plants and weeds, and will include installation of a culvert piping system, causeways, turnpikes, and foot bridges. The project will result in a safer, more enjoyable experience for hikers, walkers, and outdoor enthusiasts. New York Fragrance Inc. of Staten Island will provide on-the-job training for 2 newly-hired workers in computer software, accounting software, sales, and marketing.

Agency/ Program

Award

29967

Queens

New York City Department of Transportation

Bus Rapid Transit In Queens

NYSERDA CGC3

$2,137,500.00

27770

Queens

Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation

Pain Management Training

DOL EET

$18,000.00

32690

Queens

Queens Tech Incubator

Queens Tech Certified Business Incubator Proposal

ESD HSSP

$125,000.00

30094

Queens

Sunnyside Community Services, Inc.

Home Health Aide Training

DOL UWT

$34,414.00

31800

Richmond

5 Bay Street LLC

Lighthouse Point

ESD Grants

$1,500,000.00

27050

Richmond

BFC Partners

Empire Outlets

ESD Grants

$3,500,000.00

28468

Richmond

New York City

Oakwood Beach Habitat Restoration

DOS LWRP

$300,000.00

28090

Richmond

New York City Department of Parks and Recreation

Greenbelt Trail Sustainability Initiative

Parks RTP

$192,000.00

27437

Richmond

New York Fragrance Inc.

Software and Office Skills Training

DOL NHT

$10,000.00

1 2 2

New York City
CFA # County Applicant
Staten Island Economic Development Corporation

Project Title

Description
Phase 3 of the feasibility study for the West Shore Light Rail for SI's North & West shores. WSLR is projected to carry 27k riders each day by 2020 (saving 35 minutes/trip), and take an estimated 5,200 cars off the road each day Excelsior Jobs Program tax credits will be reserved for future projects including business investments in targeted industries that are within the region and that create or retain jobs, create capital investment and are consistent with the Strategic Plan. Federal Industrial Development Bond (IDB) Cap will be made available for state and local government issuers to sell tax-exempt bonds for eligible economic development, infrastructure and community revitalization efforts. NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs offer New York businesses solutions to improve energy efficiency and save money through design, new construction, renovation, and process improvements to commercial and industrial buildings. The New Construction Program and Existing Facilities Program help building owners make informed decisions to design and renovate sustainable buildings. The FlexTech program can offer energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process Efficiency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing efficiency.

Agency/ Program

Award

28656

Richmond

West Shore Light Rail

ESD SPFS

$50,000.00

Excelsior Jobs Credits

ESD EJP

$85,288.00

Low Cost Economic Development Financing

ESD IDBC

$30,000,000.00

NYSERDA Energy Efficiency Projects

NYSERDA EE

$8,761,732.00

1 2 3

Long Island

1 2 4

Long Island
$83.0 million awarded to 98 projects

CFA #

Project county or counties

Applicant

Project Title

Description
Ametek Hughes-Treitler, an aerospace manufacturer, will acquire machinery and equipment for a high tech production operation that will retain 160 jobs. The ovens will provide for High Temperature brazing of inconnel and exotic materials that are used in Hofstra University in Hempstead will create a Big Data Laboratory in its School of Engineering to enhance data processing in biological and environmental research, as well as support enrollment growth and program competitiveness. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL)'s $25 million project will establish a Therapeutics Discovery Center, which will greatly accelerate translational research efforts at CSHL aimed at developing new therapeutics and diagnostics for cancer and neurologica Hofstra University in Hempstead will create a Robotics Laboratory in its School of Engineering to support expanded enrollment, workforce demand, and burgeoning technologies, including artificial intelligence, robotics and 3-D and 4-D printing. The labora Johnson & Hoffman, LLC of Carle Place will train 45 workers in statistical process control, Six Sigma Green Belt (process improvement), failure mode and effects analysis, problem solving, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Outlook. Nassau County proposes to initiate planning and design and begin the first phase of construction for a cost-effective, interconnected set of pathways for residents and tourists to walk, bike and ride from the LI Sound to the Great South Bay and Jones Beach, thus solving the limited options for north-south transportation on Long Island and developing the currently underutilized network of existing bike paths into safe transit corridors.

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

24626

Nassau

Ametek Hughes Treitler

High Tech Production at Ametek HughesTreitler

ESD Grants

$160,000.00

29409

Nassau

City of Glen Cove

MultiPurpose Big Data and Parallel Processor CyberSecurity Laboratory

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

29534

Nassau

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

Cold Spring Harbor Therapeutics Discovery Center

ESD Grants

$2,000,000.00

27601

Nassau

Hofstra University

Robotics Automation and Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

31342

Nassau

Johnson & Hoffman, LLC

Operations and Software Training

DOL EET

$42,900.00

31494

Nassau

Nassau County

Long Island Park & Preserve Access Improvement Project

Parks RTP

$200,000.00

1 2 5

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties Applicant Project Title Description
Nassau County, the Long Beach School District, Nassau BOCES and the Town of Oyster Bay will launch a website offering a procurement solution through shared services, reducing costs and procurement administration. Lower costs are possible by consolidating contracts and aggregating procurement of items commonly purchased by all participating political subdivisions. Over 30 municipalities have agreed to participate in this purchasing process. Nassau County Department of Public Works will conduct a feasibility and economic analysis project for potential Nassau County shared parking structure at Nassau County's 77-acre HUB site. These structures will serve to maximize economic development on th GIGP funds will support the redevelopment of the main parking area at Planting Fields Arboretum and State Historic Site using green infrastructure. The parking area provides an ideal opportunity to showcase bioretention and pervious pavement and at the same time improve the connectivity of the park.  The project will also include constructed wetlands and a series of biofilters. Planting Fields State Historic Park’s Camellia House, constructed in 1917 and still in use today, houses plants that are over 100 years old and has the largest collection of Camellias under glass in the Northeast. This historic preservation project will restore and rehabilitate the extensive deterioration in the building’s brick masonry and its cast iron, steel and wood construction. South Nassau Communities Hospital of Oceanside will train 363 workers in revenue cycles, International Classification of Diseases - 10 preparedness, Lymphedema Certification, vestibular rehabilitation, wound care, Excel, AHA Heartsaver CPR-AED, breastfeeding counseling, central service technician, Adobe Captivate and InDesign, major gifts, strategic planning, Raiser's Edge analytical reports, demographic and statistical reports, Outlook integration, and querying. The Town of North Hempstead will expand its "Project Independence" program by keeping seniors in their residences, reducing expensive health deterioration and hospitalization costs and eventually publiclysubsidized institutionalization of seniors. This initiative provides technology based information and referral for health care services and education, caregiver support, food and nutritional support, and critical transportation services to senior citizens using the Town's 311 system.

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

28686

Nassau

Nassau County

Municipal Cooperative Procurement Program

DOS LGE

$317,700.00

32378

Nassau

Nassau County

Nassau Hub Shared Use Structured Parking

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

29540

Nassau

Planting Fields Arboretum

Green Infrastructure Retrofit

EFC GIGP

$800,000.00

30919

Nassau

Planting Fields Foundation

Camellia House Restoration

Parks HPA

$250,000.00

28222

Nassau

South Nassau Communities Hospital

Medical Operations Skills Training

DOL EET

$99,897.00

29515

Nassau

Town of North Hempstead

Increased Efficiencies in Home Health Care and Senior Services

DOS LGE

$58,000.00

1 2 6

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties Applicant Project Title
The Glen Cove Waterfront Connector Reconstruction of Herb HillGarvies Point Road

Description
The City of Glen Cove project will reconstruct the waterfront connector, including elevation of the road section; utility upgrades and relocation; enhanced drainage systems; ADA compliant sidewalks. The project will improve mobility between the Waterfron The City of Long Beach will update its 2007 Comprehensive Plan (CP). The project will add strategies to the CP to increase the City's resilience to climate change and weather- related events, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption and waste, increase use of renewables, and incorporate sustainability. The updated CP will include a new hazard mitigation plan chapter that will outline the processes for preparedness, emergency response, recovery, and long term mitigation. The City of Long Beach will update their comprehensive plan to identify strategies to restore and protect its economic vitality after storms and the recession. GCVS, LLC will construct a public piazza in downtown Glen Cove to enhance a mixed-use development, including retail and 142 rental units on above floors (10 percent designated as affordable). The Village of Freeport proposes to replace 1,065 linear feet of bulkheading at Waterfront Park. The chromate copper arsenate (CCA) treated timber bulkhead along the waterfront is degrading, allowing soil erosion, and is causing unsafe conditions that require the restriction of public access and recreational fishing at the waterfront section of the park. The replacement of the bulkheading will ensure the Village’s recreational assets can be utilized to their maximum potential. This project involves the construction of a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station.  The station will serve both public and private fleets including transit buses, school buses, and light duty vehicles.  This project also involves the location of 10 plugin hybrid electric vehicle charging stations at public and community facilities. Funding will also be used to purchase five new plugin hybrid electric municipal fleet vehicles and convert five existing municipal fleet vehicles to CNG. The Town of North Hempstead will develop a comprehensive waterfront revitalization plan including a feasibility study to refurbish the town dock, economic development plan, shoreline restoration and natural resource protection plan, and disaster mitigation and resiliency plan for waterfront properties and businesses.

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

29041

Nassau

City of Glen Cove

ESD Grants

$2,500,000.00

32550

Nassau

City of Long Beach

Comprehensive Plan (CP) Update

NYSERDA CGC2

$187,500.00

32550

Nassau

City of Long Beach

Creating Resilience: A Planning Initiative

DOS LWRP

$75,000.00

30748

Nassau

GCVS LLC

Glen Cove Piazza

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

29014

Nassau

Inc Village of Freeport

Waterfront Park Bulkhead Replacement

Parks PA

$250,000.00

29510

Nassau

Town of North Hempstead

North Hempstead Alternative Fuel Network

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,000,000.00

29511

Nassau

Town of North Hempstead

Town of North Hempstead Waterfront Revitalization Plan

DOS LWRP

$125,000.00

1 2 7

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties Applicant Project Title Description
Arts Alive LI is an island-wide multi-venue arts festival and website that showcases Long Island’s world-class arts and culture. A key to the success of Arts Alive LI is the marketing and promotion behind the festival and website that gets the message out to new audiences and positions Long Island as a vibrant, diverse, inclusive place where people want to live, work and visit. Long Island Traditions will present its “Working the Waters: Maritime Culture on Long Island” project across Long Island to educate the public on the traditions of maritime communities after Superstorm Sandy. The themed festivals will feature boat cruises and other public programs led by local tradition bearers. The tourism-based program will provide new occupational opportunities for working and retired fishermen, boat builders, decoy carvers and other maritime artists and performing artists. The Stony Brook University Certified Incubator will link numerous regional assets and business development programs into one unified program. This consortium will assist start-up businesses in the Long Island region by deploying best practices and provid The Plaza will convert to DCI compliant equipment to continue operating and meeting audience expectations. Plaza’s mission as a cultural center serves Nassau and Suffolk Counties, stimulating tourism, contributing to economic development and cultural renaissance; this includes collaboration with colleges and businesses, supplemental income for local artists, new partnerships with local schools and Media Literacy workshops. Plans and partnerships are underway establishing new film festivals that will attract tourism and further stimulate the economy. TNS Aerospace, Inc. will acquire an aircraft component machine shop in West Babylon and retain 35 employees. Air Techniques, Inc. will construct a cleanroom within an existing dental/medical devise manufacturing facility located on Long Island in Melville, NY. This will improve the facility environment for product assembly and testing. AL Energy Solutions LED LLC of Westhampton Beach will provide on-thejob training to 129 newly-hired workers in quality control, welding, metal fabrication, equipment, assembly, packing, labeling, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and computer-aided design. American Pride Fasteners, LLC of Bay Shore will train 16 workers in statistical process control, internal auditing, total productive maintenance, green manufacturing, and inventory control.

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

29716

Nassau, Suffolk

Long Island Arts Alliance, Inc.

Arts Alive LI 2014

ESD MNY

$150,000.00

31225

Nassau, Suffolk

Long Island Traditions

Maritime Traditions Program

Arts CHPG

$50,000.00

28702

Nassau, Suffolk

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook University NYS Certified Business Incubator Proposal

ESD HSSP

$125,000.00

31601

Nassua, Suffolk

Plaza MAC, Inc.

Digital Projection System

Arts DFPCP

$25,500.00

32557

Sufflok

TNS Aerospace

Business Purchase

ESD Grants

$200,000.00

29658

Suffolk

Air Techniques Inc

Air Techniques Cleanroom Construction

ESD Grants

$39,025.00

30230

Suffolk

AL Energy Solutions LED LLC

Metal Fabrication and Software Training

DOL NHT

$89,775.00

30724

Suffolk

American Pride Fasteners, LLC

Operational Skills Training

DOL EET

$79,490.00

1 2 8

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties
Suffolk

Applicant
American Racing Headers & Exhaust, Inc. Amneal Pharmaceuticals LLC

Project Title
Manufacturing Transformation Training

Description
American Racing Headers & Exhaust, Inc. of Deer Park will train 25 workers in ELM Bender Machine operation, welding, lean manufacturing, and inventory control. Amneal Pharmaceuticals LLC of Hauppauge will train 27 workers in process improvement team work, lean manufacturing, project planning and control, and effective supervision. B & R Industries Inc. of Medford will provide on-the-job training for 3 newly-hired workers in Computer Numerical Control set-up and operation, lean manufacturing, communication, conflict resolution, team building, and SharePoint. Betatronix, LLC of Hauppauge will train 39 workers in identifying and eliminating waste, workplace organization, the 5S process of organization, Kaizen continuous improvement practices, teamwork for results, introduction to lean manufacturing, visual workplace, lean office, business process analysis and improvement, and measuring organizational performance. Bio-Botanica, Inc. of Hauppauge will train 80 workers in lean manufacturing principles, the 5S organization system for lean champions, lean supply chain management, enterprise resource planning, planning for improvement, value stream mapping, single minute exchange of dies, and total productive maintenance. The Meadows at Yaphank is a mixed-use development comprised of residential, retail, office, hospitality, parks, and open space in a Traditional Neighborhood Design. Brookhaven National Lab will expand its 200-acre solar array to include a multiregion electric grid research test facility. The project includes a 1MW solar research array to be connected to the BNL electrical network. Browder's Birds is one of a very small number of Certified Organic chicken producers in New York State. The company will build a state licensed poultry mobile processing facility so that it will be permitted to maintain its certified organic status, sell The Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation will support the second year of a 2-year artistic program and marketing plan to intensify and expand the impact of their Residency Program & Education Programs throughout the region and beyond. The program supports 12-14 residencies per year of nearly 100 artists & collaborators who live and work at Watermill year-round and stimulate an economy during the offseason.

Agency/ Program
DOL EET

CFA Award

29927

$100,000.00

30410

Suffolk

Operational Skills Training

DOL EET

$86,700.00

29102

suffolk

B & R Industries Inc.

CNC Machine and Operations Training

DOL NHT

$15,000.00

27290

Suffolk

Betatronix, LLC

Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$77,000.00

29841

Suffolk

Bio-Botanica, Inc.

Advanced Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$48,500.00

28332

Suffolk

Breslin Realty

The Meadows at Yaphank

ESD Grants

$1,500,000.00

32484

Suffolk

Brookhaven National Laboratory

BNL Solar Array

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

30982

Suffolk

Browders Birds Pastured Poultry Farm LLC

Mobile Processing Unit for Organic Poultry

ESD Grants

$61,375.00

27940

Suffolk

Byrd Hoffman Watermill Foundation

Arts Program Development

Arts CHPG

$100,000.00

1 2 9

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties Applicant Project Title Description
Cable Management Solutions, Inc. dba Snake Tray of Bay Shore will provide on-the-job training for 10 newly-hired workers in process improvement, supervision, manufacturing management, lean manufacturing, ISO/AS/QS 9000 (quality management systems standards), comprehensive project management, Spanish for managers, English as a second language, negotiation, communication, and conflict management. To purchase and renovate a new manufacturing facility on Long Island Chembio Diagnostic Systems Inc. of Medford will provide on-the-job training to 25 newly-hired workers in lean operations for the manufacturing floor and office, supervision, and high performance teams. Cor-J Seafood, a fish processing and distribution company, will renovate a facility and install flake ice making machinery critical for growth and to supply the commercial fishing vessels docked at the Cor-J Seafood pack-out facility located at the Hampto Crosstex International, Inc. of Hauppauge will train 26 workers in cycle counting, warehousing, material handling, logistic information systems, identifying/eliminating waste, lean manufacturing, equipment conscious operators, total productive maintenance, workplace organization, the 5S process of organization, Kaizen continuous improvement practices, visual workplace, quick changeover practices, pull manufacturing, Kanban scheduling system, supervision, and applied leadership. This project will install and operate a proprietary and patented state-of-the-art automated warehouse equipment. Cubitek, Inc. of Brentwood will train 14 workers in AS 9100C (standardized quality management system for the aerospace industry) implementation, procedure writing, internal auditing, compliance auditing and registration preparation, and audit response with root cause. Data Device Corporation of Bohemia will train 226 workers in lean manufacture, continuous improvement, problem solving, organization, visual controls, total productive maintenance, continuous/ production flow, scheduling, standardized work, set-up reduction, automation, quality control, mistake proofing, CEDAC software, management, policy deployment, value stream mapping, company-wide improvement, Single Minute Exchange Certification, Six Sigma Green Belt (process improvement).

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

31432

Suffolk

Cable Management Solutions, Inc. dba Snake Tray

Process Improvement and Operations Training

DOL NHT

$50,000.00

26163

Suffolk

Chembio Diagnostic Systems Inc Chembio Diagnostic Systems Inc.

Chembio Diagnostic Systems, Inc. Expansion Lean Manufacturing and Operations Training

ESD EJP

$610,416.00

26163

Suffolk

DOL NHT

$100,000.00

27121

Suffolk

CorJ Seafood

Cor-J Seafood Ice Production Facility

ESD Grants

$94,600.00

27366

Suffolk

Crosstex International, Inc.

Lean and Advanced Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$50,600.00

30180

Suffolk

CS Wholesale Grocers Inc

Food Distribution Warehouse

ESD EJP

$3,600,000.00

31328

Suffolk

Cubitek, Inc.

AS9100 Quality Management System Training

DOL EET

$29,100.00

30088

Suffolk

Data Device Corporation

Lean Manufacturing and Process Improvement Training

DOL EET

$99,350.00

1 3 0

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties
Suffolk

Applicant

Project Title
Project Planning and Control Training

Description
Dayton T Brown, Inc. of Bohemia will train 193 workers in project planning and control, and Greater Boston Manufacturing Partnership Customer First Culture. East End Arts is requesting grant funds to support an expanded marketing strategy & to hire a festival coordinator to support the implementation of a 5 year strategic plan towards a goal of growth and sustainability of LIWinterfest: Live on the Vine, an award winning agri-cultural tourism program designed to generate tourism traffic to the East End of Long Island during the slowest (winter-spring) months. East End Arts will expand marketing strategies and hire a festival coordinator to improve growth and sustainability of its LIWinterfest: an award winning agricultural tourism program. The 6-week program of live music performances at wineries, theaters and area hotels, along with special promotions at restaurants, hotels, transportation companies and area businesses generates tourism traffic to East End of Long Island during the off-season months. CARE NY (Calverton Addiction Research Education), a substance addiction Research Center and a separate Recovery Center, will construct an addiction research and education center at the Calverton Enterprise Park to complement an adjacent proposed treatment The goal is to rehabilitate storefront facades associated with the new construction on Merritt Avenue. The agency proposes to provide TA; access to design professionals, and bid specifications packets. Activities will include education on post secondary education and benefits; planning and financing options for college; financial literacy and debt management; and completing FAFSA. The agency's ESL program will utilize, teacher led instructions and USA Learns computer based program. Energy Efficient Solutions Inc. (EES) will establish a 70,000+ square foot manufacturing facility to produce "energy efficient homes in a box" that can be shipped anywhere in the U.S. or the world. The homes will be net zero energy and will likely cost homeowners and business owners 30% less to purchase and possibly 50% less to operate than traditional homes or commercial buildings. Energy Efficient Solutions Inc. of Saint James will provide on-the-job training to 40 newly-hired workers in Computer Numerical Control operation, assembly specialists for structural insulated panels, sales and marketing, and shipping and distribution.

Agency/ Program
DOL EET

CFA Award

30351

Dayton T. Brown, Inc.

$100,000.00

28597

Suffolk

East End Arts Humanities Council Inc

Long IslandWinterfest

ESD MNY

$162,000.00

28597

Suffolk

East End Arts Humanities Council Inc

Winterfest Expansion Project

Arts CHPG

$99,408.00

30882

Suffolk

EBDK Research at Calverton LLC

CARE NY Calverton Addiction Research and Education Research Center

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

28672

Suffolk

Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk

Wyandanch Weed and Seed

DOS CSBG

$90,120.00

27178

Suffolk

Energy Efficient Solutions

Energy Efficient Solutions Manufacturing Facility

ESD EJP

$300,000.00

27178

Suffolk

Energy Efficient Solutions Inc.

CNC Machine and Operations Training

DOL NHT

$61,500.00

1 3 1

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties
Suffolk

Applicant

Project Title
Building Acquisition and Business Expansion Operations and Software Training

Description
Acquire, renovate and equip a 180,192 square foot existing industrial building on 11.3 acres to expand manufacturing operations. GKN Aerospace Monitor, Inc. of Amityville will train 21 workers in Catia V5 software foundations, assembly, drafting, and surfacing. Heckscher Museum of Art 's renovation and expansion project will add nearly 35,000 square feet of function specific space to the existing museum by adding an East and West Wing. A 4,500 square foot outdoor terrace space will be also be developed for an ou The Huntington Arts Council will expand its SPARKBOOM'S program from the South Shore of Long Island to the East End. SPARKBOOM encompasses a series of events including public art competitions, poetry slams, lectures, music showcases, film competitions, street art block parties and more. These events have provided opportunities including employment, exposure and networking for over 200 emerging artists from across the state and the country while supporting tourism. This project will construct two compressed natural gas vehicle filling stations, including a fully- public, four-nozzle, fast fill station in Ronkonkoma, NY and a slow fill station in Oakdale, NY. This project is intended to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and expand the alternative fuel vehicle network in New York State. Javin Machine Corp. of West Babylon will provide on-the-job training to 11 newlyhired workers in Lean Bronze Certification, process improvement, ISO9000/AS9100 (quality management systems), total quality management, performance metrics, supervision, trigonometry/basic math, problem solving, blueprint reading, geometric tolerancing, true positioning, Computer Numerical Control machining, computer aided design/manufacturing programming, coordinate measuring machine applications. John T. Mather Memorial Hospital of Port Jefferson, New York, Inc. will train 190 workers in querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012, Certified Information Security Systems Professional, International Classification of Diseases - 10 medical coding system, and customer service. L & G Fisheries, LLC, a commercial fishing enterprise, will acquire and install twin trawl equipment for its 90' fishing and processing vessel. Build out offices, factory, warehouse, and IT infrastructure to supply promotional products to customers.

Agency/ Program
ESD EJP

CFA Award

29734

FDA Inc

$2,000,000.00

31580

Suffolk

GKN Aerospace Monitor, Inc.

DOL EET

$75,000.00

23953

Suffolk

Heckscher Museum of Art

Heckscher Museum of Art Improvements

ESD Grants

$800,000.00

31838

Suffolk

Huntington Arts Council, Inc.

Community Arts Programs

Arts CHPG

$74,000.00

31134

Suffolk

Islip Resource Recovery Agency

CNG Stations For Refuse Trucks On Long Island

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,000,000.00

31434

Suffolk

Javin Machine Corp.

Lean Manufacturing and ISO Quality Management Training

DOL NHT

$42,810.00

30952

Suffolk

John T. Mather Memorial Hospital of Port Jefferson, New York, Inc.

Information Technology and Medical Coding Training New Technology for Long Island Commercial Fishing Lanco Corporation Expansion

DOL EET

$53,604.00

26616

Suffolk

L and G Fisheries Lanco Corporation

ESD Grants

$105,000.00

31299

Suffolk

ESD EJP

$1,000,000.00

1 3 2

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties
Suffolk

Applicant
LIT Labs Inc. dba Long Island Testing Laboratories, Inc.

Project Title

Description
LIT Labs Inc. dba Long Island Testing Laboratories, Inc. of North Babylon will provide on-the-job training for 3 newly-hired workers in non-destructive testing inspection and magnetic particle inspection. The project will establish a testing lab for the advanced manufacturing sector on Long Island to acquire real estate and machinery in order to expand its material testing services. LI Compost Corp will build a $40M anaerobic digester in Yaphank to convert food waste to energy. This program is a multimodal transportation and marketing initiative to generate visitor traffic from the NY metro area, east coast, national and international source markets during off-season and midweek periods. By opening the East End of Long Island to new customers from the NY metro area and other east coast population centers, we expect that this program will draw thousands of new visitors to the region. Maloya Laser, an aerospace manufacturer, will acquire nearly $7.8 million in machinery and equipment at its Commack, NY facility. The company will expand its potato chip manufacturing operation and tour facility including a museum on the History of Long Island Potato Farming. MPI Consulting Incorporated dba Wal Machine of West Babylon will provide onthe-job training for 15 newly-hired workers in lean, process improvement, ISO 9000/ AS91000 (quality management systems), total quality management, performance metrics, supervision, trigonometry/ math, problem solving, blueprint reading, geometric tolerancing, true positioning, Computer Numerical Control machining, computer aided design/manufacturing programming, coordinate measuring machine applications. Automotive parts manufacturer will acquire equipment and add 10 jobs in Lindenhurst. Peck & Hale, L.L.C. of West Sayville will train 34 workers in ISO 9001 (quality management systems standards), procedure writing, implementation, internal auditing, compliance auditing, and audit response with root cause. To increase production capabilities, Pool Cover Corp will purchasing additional manufacturing machinery and hiring more local employees along with the possibility of expanding the current facility.

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

31430

Non-Destructive Testing Training

DOL NHT

$15,000.00

31430

Suffolk

LIT Labs, LLC

LI Testing Lab Expansion Long Island Compost Anaerobic Digester

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

31123

Suffolk

Long Island Compost Corp

ESD Grants

$400,000.00

30013

Suffolk

Long Island Wine Council

Access East End

ESD MNY

$285,000.00

28391

Suffolk

Maloya Laser Inc

Expansion of Maloya Laser Business Expansion

ESD Grants

$150,000.00

30903

Suffolk

Martin Sidor Farms Inc.

ESD Grants

$50,000.00

31459

Suffolk

MPI Consulting Incorporated dba Wal Machine

Operations and Quality Management Training

DOL NHT

$69,300.00

31547

Suffolk

Nastra Automotive Industries Inc.

Equipment Purchase and Business Expansion ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems Training

ESD EJP

$100,000.00

32254

Suffolk

Peck & Hale, L.L.C.

DOL EET

$29,100.00

25548

Suffolk

Pool Cover Corporation

Pool Cover Corp. Expansion

ESD EJP

$903,888.00

1 3 3

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties Applicant Project Title Description
Powertech Controls will train existing workforce and purchase and renovate an existing building. They will also purchase new equipment to expand and grow our company. We are an electrical component distributor and expanding to offer kitting and vendor-managed inventory control. Powertech Controls Company, Inc. of Hauppauge will train 35 workers in AS9120/ISO 9001 (quality management systems), product realization, purchasing/ supplier evaluation, monitoring-analysisimprovement, internal auditing, lean for distribution, the 5S process of organization, mistake proofing, visual signals, root cause analysis, Dale Carnegie Human Relations, Axiom software, contract management, warehouse operations, in-house production, work order processing, and purchasing. Precare Corp. dba Premier Care Industries of Hauppauge will provide on-the-job training to 26 newly-hired workers in lean manufacturing, manufacturing management, improving communication, processes and procedures, machine operation, quality, and safety. In support of the Long Island Opportunity Agenda, this program targets residents of the Greater Wyandanch area. The program's goal is to develop highly employable, well-trained individuals in the basics of manufacturing. The LI Robotics Program will increase the number of school districts involved in SBPLI's renowned robotics program from 44 in 2013 to 80+ by 2017, including the Wyandanch School District. Altitude Express Inc. will build an indoor skydiving attraction on Long Island which will operate year round. The company anticipates this attraction will draw another 50,000-100,000 visitors to the area annually. This $44 million project is the expansion of dementia care and rehabilitation facility in Greenport. SPX Precision Components LLC of Ronkonkoma will train 89 workers in lean manufacturing principles, the 5S organization system for lean champions, lean supply chain management, planning for improvement, value stream mapping, business process improvement, execution and control of operations, single minute exchange of dies, total productive maintenance, and implementing change through Kaizen (continuous improvement practices) events.

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

25793

Suffolk

Powertech Controls Co Inc

Powertech Controls Co. Expansion

ESD EJP

$267,638.00

25793

Suffolk

Powertech Controls Company, Inc.

ISO Quality Management System and Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$50,400.00

30065

Suffolk

Precare Corp. dba Premier Care Industries

Operational Skills Training

DOL NHT

$61,572.00

30804

Suffolk

SCCC

ESD Mfg training

ESD OA

$32,500.00

26728

Suffolk

School-Business Parternships of Long Island, Inc

LI Robotics Programs: Transforming STEM into Tomorrow's Workforce Altitude Express Indoor Skydiving Facility

ESD Grants

$100,000.00

27389

Suffolk

Skydive Long Island Special Needs and Acute Rehabilitation Center

ESD Grants

$250,000.00

27289

Suffolk

Peconic Landing at Southold Inc

ESD Grants

$800,000.00

29773

Suffolk

SPX Precision Components LLC

Advanced Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL EET

$48,500.00

1 3 4

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties Applicant Project Title Description
Renovation of a St. Joseph's College (SJC) building on its Patchogue Campus to create a Center for Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) in response to economic changes on Long Island and demand for trained hospitality professionals. The creation of th St. Joseph’s College (SJC) is requesting LIREC funding to support the renovation of space at the Patchogue campus’s main building to create The Center for Hospitality and Tourism Management Studies (HTM). The Research Foundation of SUNY on behalf of Stony Brook University will serve 650 students in grades 9th – 12th. Project services will include preparation for the PSAT and the SAT; assistance with the college application process and completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid; career planning, especially for careers in health-related fields; academic support, including study and organizational skills, for Regents courses; and help with development of leadership and communication skills. Stony Brook University will train 36 long-term unemployed workers in project planning and control, Microsoft Project, project management, determining business requirements, data gathering, creating functional specifications, structured testing, and job search. Project will focus on filling information gaps in industry and the regional unemployed talent pool to increase employment of Wyandanch residents. Project will focus on filling information gaps in industry and the regional unemployed talent pool to increase employment of Wyandanch residents. Stony Brook University will build an Innovation and Discovery Facility in Research Park, designed to enhance the business recruitment power of STARTUP NY and stimulate a public private partnership for building construction. This Regional multi-year project will provide matching equipment grants for federal SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) winners thereby leveraging federal and private sector investments in small business research.T he funding will represent substant

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

28560

Suffolk

St Josephs College

Hospitality/Tourism Workforce Training at St. Joseph's College St Josephs College HTM Program Reinvigorating the LI Tourism Industry

ESD Grants

$800,000.00

28560

Suffolk

St Josephs College

ESD MNY

$197,551.00

27587

Suffolk

Stony Brook University

Health Careers Academic Readiness and Excellence

HESC CACG

$50,000.00

30710

Suffolk

Stony Brook University

Operational Skills Training

DOL UWT

$95,200.00

31820

Suffolk

Stony Brook University

Regional Workforce Intelligence Pilot Regional Workforce Intelligence Pilot

ESD SPFS

$100,000.00

31820

Suffolk

Stony Brook University

ESD OA

$45,000.00

28600

Suffolk

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook Innovation and Discovery Center

ESD Grants

$2,000,000.00

28594

Suffolk

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook University Small Business Matching Grant Program

ESD Grants

$1,500,000.00

1 3 5

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties Applicant Project Title Description
The Suffolk County Community College will use GIGP funds to install a rainwater harvesting system, pervious pavement, and rain gardens at various locations on campus. The project will reduce potable water demand, relieve localized flooding, and improve water quality flowing into the Great South Bay. Program to teach entrepreneurship and financial literacy to Wyandanch high school students to prepare for college and careers. Install sewer infrastructure in the Kings Park Central Business District for a 110 acre, 140 lot central business district area that is adjacent to a railroad station for Kings Park downtown business revitalization effort. This project will advance the creation of a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) demonstration corridor along a 17.2 mile roadway. Specific components of this project include the retrofit and branding of six buses, procurement of two new hybrid buses, construction of BRT stations, pedestrian infrastructure, signage, queue jumps, innovative technologies such as transit signal priority (TSP), pedestrian information displays, planning, and design. Suffolk County Office of Film and Cultural Affairs will explore the development of an innovative STEaM Center in Wyandanch centered on science, technology, art, engineering and math. The study will gauge the economic impact and community appeal of a Wyandanch facility centered on career training, research and exhibition space. The STEaM Center would assist Suffolk County in revitalizing Wyandanch and broadly create new industries and job opportunities. Telephonics Corporation of Farmingdale will train 72 workers in Six Sigma Yellow Belt (process improvement), Manufacturing Lean Belt, Six Sigma Green Belt, and management. A joint venture by Brookhaven National Laboratory and Stony Brook University to acquire new high performance computing equipment for the benefit of scientific and industrial users across the region and state. The target is 141 new, high-tech jobs as a r The Town of Babylon will undertake a redevelopment study for implementing a mixed use application at a key site located at intersection of Conklin St & Route 110 in East Farmingdale.

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

30080

Suffolk

Suffolk County Community College

Campus Stormwater Initiative

EFC GIGP

$393,043.00

30155

Suffolk

Suffolk County Community College

Youth Entrepreneurial Financial Literacy and College Preparation Initiative Kings Park Sewers

ESD OA

$22,500.00

30809

Suffolk

Suffolk County Department of Public Works

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

28998

Suffolk

Suffolk County Economic Development Planning

Connect Long Island Bus Rapid Transit

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,500,000.00

32473

Suffolk

Suffolk County Office of Film and Cultural Affairs

Wyandanch Rising STEaM Center

Arts CHPG

$100,000.00

30301

Suffolk

Telephonics Corporation

Process Improvement and Lean Manufacturing Training High Performance Computing at Stony Brook and Brookhaven

DOL EET

$90,725.00

28451

Suffolk

The SUNY Research Foundation

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

32035

Suffolk

Town of Babylon

East Farmingdale Redevelopment Study

ESD Grants

$500,000.00

1 3 6

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties Applicant Project Title Description
The Town of Babylon will develop a conceptual site plan, a regulating plan, and will adopt a form-based code to guide the redevelopment of approximately 136 acres in East Farmingdale, NY. This project is intended to attract businesses that are economically viable and sustainable, while stabilizing the existing residential neighborhood through a well-managed and constructed mixed-use development that provides much needed amenities to the community. The Town of Babylon will install an Ice Rink within the Intermodal Plaza adjacent to the train station within the Opportunity Agenda Area. The project also involves the construction of two pedestrian bridges at nearby Geiger Park. The Town of East Hampton will design and construct improvements to two existing docks - Star Island Road Dock and West Lake Drive Dock - located on Lake Montauk. This project is a regional economic priority that supports the Montauk Commercial Fishing Fleet and promotes tourism. The Town of Southampton will plan and design a pedestrian footbridge over the Peconic River. The project will link downtown Riverhead to the Riverside commercial core, furthering the revitalization of these communities. The proposed project will produce construction plans and bid documents for the development of Good Ground Park, a 36.2-acre town-owned parcel in the Hampton Bays’ central business district. The park will include a concert venue, village green, children’s play area, trails, bocce courts and a parking area, and is the key element in an ongoing downtown revitalization effort. Ultra Motion LLC of Cutchogue will train 6 workers in IPC (Institute for Printed Circuits) J-STD-001D Soldering Certification, computer-aided design, inventory control, and supply chain management. The United Way of Long Island’s (UWLI) project YouthBuild Wyandanch will serve SNAP applicants and recipients ages 18-24 who are unemployed or underemployed. Participants will acquire workforce skills with stackable and portable credentials by participating in community construction projects for homeless and low-income families and training them in green collar employment opportunities in energy efficiency, renewables, weatherization, Energy-Star construction, HVAC and home restoration. The Wyandanch Community Development Corporation will use $150,000 in Urban Initiatives funds to assist in the construction of two single-family affordable homes on Hickory Street and Davidson Street in the Hamlet of Wyandanch, Town of Babylon.

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

32035

Suffolk

Town of Babylon

The Town of Babylon Form Based Code Adoption

NYSERDA CGC2

$200,000.00

26392

Suffolk

Town of Babylon

Wyandanch Rising

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

27881

Suffolk

Town of East Hampton

Town of East Hampton Commercial Fishing Docks Infrastructure Project Design and Construction of Peconic River Pedestrian Bridge

DOS LWRP

$253,641.00

32090

Suffolk

Town of Southampton

DOS LWRP

$85,875.00

27578

Suffolk

Town of Southampton

Planning for Good Ground Park

Parks PA

$128,519.00

30218

Suffolk

Ultra Motion LLC

Advanced Manufacturing Skills Training

DOL EET

$30,000.00

29668

Suffolk

United Way of Long Island Inc.

United Way of Long Island SNAP Opportunities Program

OTDA SNAP

$300,000.00

32345

Suffolk

Wyandanch Community Development Corporation

WCDC Affordable Housing

HCR UI

$150,000.00

1 3 7

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties
Suffolk

Applicant
AL Energy Solutions LED LLC

Project Title
AL Energy Solutions LED LLC

Description
LED lighting manufacturer to acquire machinery and equipment and establish production facility at Gabreski Industrial Park in Westhampton. This project will construct an anaerobic digester to process food waste in the New York Metropolitan Region and represents a significant step toward changing current waste disposal practices in the region. It will convert food waste and yard clippings into clean energy, clean water, and solid based fertilizer. The project will produce both electricity and compressed natural gas. Suffolk County will study the consolidation of 22 sewer districts to increase efficiencies in management and costs across the districts. Currently, each district has an uncoordinated billing methodology, producing inequitable residential billing rates. The County anticipates that this project will convert the districts’ billing to uniform usage-based fees and leverage the sewer system's value to extend beyond approximately 25% of the County’s existing coverage. The Cherry Grove Community Center and Theater, located on Fire Island, has served a family-oriented beach colony that evolved into one of the country's first gay and lesbian communities since the 1940s. The center will undergo a renovation project to restore and modernize the first floor of the facility to provide increased social, cultural and health-related activities, expand access for people with disabilities, and improve site sustainability. Upgrade of Calverton sewage treatment plant from secondary to tertiary treatment, which will provide both economic development and environmental benefits to this regionally significant project site with immediate potential for job creation benefits. The Town of Smithtown will update its Local Waterfront Revitalization Program adopted in 1989 with the goal of enhancing the preservation of natural assets, preserving fisheries through the control of pollutants to the Nissequogue River and Long Island Sound and improving public access to coastal areas. The LI Aerospace association-designed project will support smaller aerospace manufacturers in need of new equipment to increase productivity and remain competitive. This project will manage a fund for a group of 12 companies leading to 70 jobs created, $2

Agency/ Program
ESD EJP

CFA Award

30230

$1,143,500.00

31123

Suffolk

Long Island Compost Corp

Long Island Compost Anaerobic Digester In Yaphank

NYSERDA CGC3

$1,350,000.00

31258

Suffolk

Suffolk County

Operational Consolidation of 22 Sewer Districts

DOS LGE

$25,000.00

26873

Suffolk

The Cherry Grove Community Association Inc

Cherry Grove Community Center/Theater

Parks HPA

$334,863.00

27195

Suffolk

Town of Riverhead Community Development Agency

EPCAL Sewer Treatment Upgrade

ESD Grants

$1,340,000.00

28007

Suffolk

Town of Smithtown

Town of Smithtown Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Update

DOS LWRP

$30,000.00

27180

Suffolk and Nassau

ADDAPT

Advanced Manufacturing Group Competitiveness Project

ESD Grants

$1,000,000.00

1 3 8

Long Island
CFA # Project county or counties Applicant Project Title Description
NYSERDA's Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs offer New York businesses solutions to improve energy efficiency and save money through design, new construction, renovation, and process improvements to commercial and industrial buildings. The New Construction Program and Existing Facilities Program help building owners make informed decisions to design and renovate sustainable buildings. The FlexTech program can offer energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process Efficiency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing efficiency. Excelsior Jobs Program tax Credits will be reserved for future projects including business investments in targeted industries that are within the region and that create or retain jobs, create capital investment and are consistent with the Strategic Plan. Federal Industrial Development Bond (IDB) Cap will be made available for state and local government issuers to sell tax-exempt bonds for eligible economic development, infrastructure and community revitalization efforts.

Agency/ Program

CFA Award

Energy Efficiency Projects

NYSERDA EE

$486,257.00

Excelsior Jobs Credits

ESD EJP

$74,558.00

Low Cost Economic Development Financing

ESD IDBC

$35,000,000.00

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