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Strategic Plan & Regional Project Awards

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

10 Regional Councils

Long Island: Nassau, Su olk New York City: Mid-Hudson: Capital Region: North Country: Mohawk Valley: Central New York: Southern Tier: Finger Lakes: Western New York: Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, Westchester Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Warren, Washington Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Je erson, Lewis St. Lawrence Fulton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Oneida, Otsego, Schoharie Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins Genesee Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming, Yates Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Niagara

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

Western New York
$100.3 million awarded to 96 projects

Region
Western NY

County
Allegany

Applicant
Alfred University

Project Title
High Temperature Laboratory

Description
Complete the High-Temperature Materials Characterization Laboratory, initially created in cooperation with Corning Inc., but now providing a number of industries across New York State with high-temperature analytical and characterization services including Corning, General Electric, Delphi, Lockheed Martin, Saint Gobain, as well as several smaller companies. Develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for Western NY that will establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use. The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and shortterm goals will address improving energy e ciency, promoting renewable energy, and reducing carbon emissions. Once the plan is completed, it is intended to inform municipal land use policies, guide both public and private resource investments in infrastructure, and identify tangible actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Acceleration Pool Program will train ten Wellville workers in leadership skill development, promoting the agency's philosophy of fostering a culture of learning among future generations of leaders. Home improvement of approximately 25 units on various sites in Allegany County. Rehabilitate 25 owner-occupied homes in Allegany County. Rehabilitate 14 owner-occupied severely substandard housing units located throughout the Town of Almond.

Agency Total CFA Award
ESD

$2,800,000.00

Western NY

Allegany

Allegany County

WNY Regional Sustainability Planning Program

NYSERDA

$998,224.00

Western NY

Allegany

Allegany County Chapter NYSARC, Inc.

Leadership Training

DOL

$12,300.00

Western NY

Allegany

Cuba Community Development Corp. Cuba Community Development Corporation Town of Almond

Cuba Home Improvement Program 2011 HOME Rehabilitation For Allegany County Town of Almond Severely Substandard Housing Rehabilitation Program Town of Friendship Housing Rehabilitation Program

HCR

$300,000.00 $500,000.00 $400,000.00

Western NY

Allegany

HCR

Western NY

Allegany

HCR

Western NY

Allegany

Town of Friendship

Renovate 20 homes in the Town of Friendship.

HCR

$400,000.00

Western New York
Region
Western NY

County
Allegany

Applicant
Town of Wellsville

Project Title
Town of Wellsville Critical Housing Repair Program Phase I (CHRP) Village of Bolivar Joint Project with the Village of Richburg Water System Improvements East State Street Reconstruction

Description
Rehabilitate 13 owner-occupied substandard housing units located in the Town of Wellsville.

Agency Total CFA Award
HCR

$400,000.00

Western NY

Allegany

Village of Bolivar joint with Village of Richburg

Develop a new water supply system that will provide water to the Villages of Bolivar and Richburg.

HCR

$900,000.00

Western NY

Cattaraugus

City of Olean

Reconstruction of E. State St. (NYS Route 417) from Front St. to King St., 0.5 miles, to include replacement of the water line, sanitary sewer line, installation of new storm sewer and complete road base to include new curb and gutter. Reconstruction of this section, with ow related improvements, is a " x it" investment strategy that not only addresses a public safety concern, but also increases capacity, thus spurring development in this concentrated area and bringing jobs and increased incomes to a distressed neighborhood. Home improvement of 35 units located on various sites in Cattaraugus County. Provide a manufactured housing assistance program in Cattaraugus County, replacing dilapidated mobile homes and improving living conditions for income eligible home owners. Provide moderate housing rehabilitation assistance to owner-occupants in Cattaraugus County. Replace and repair 24 substandard septic systems and 12 substandard well-water systems in Cattaraugus County.

ESD DOT

$1,000,000.00

Western NY

Cattaraugus

Cattaraugus Community Action Cattaraugus Community Action, Inc.

Housing Opportunities Program IV Manufactured HOME Replacement Initiative II Housing Opportunities Program IV Cattaraugus County Well & Septic Replacement Program Main Line Track Rehabilitation, Carrollton to Salamanca

HCR

$303,188.00 $749,986.00

Western NY

Cattaraugus

HCR

Western NY

Cattaraugus

Cattaraugus Community Action, Inc. Cattaraugus County

HCR

$500,000.00 $278,000.00

Western NY

Cattaraugus

HCR

Western NY

Cattaraugus

Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany, and Steuben Southern Tier Extension Railroad Authority City of Olean

The Southern Tier Extension Railroad Authority will replace approximately 3 miles of rail and 7,000 ties in a 7.5 mile span of railroad between Carrollton, NY and Salamanca, NY.

DOT

$786,850.00

Western NY

Cattaraugus

Cattaraugus CountyOlean Airport: Construction of Hangar, Including Required Site Improvements, for 10 Small Aircraft City of Olean 2011

This project includes the construction of a hangar for small planes at the Cattaraugus County - Olean Airport. Currently, there is limited space for the storage of general aviation aircraft at the airport. The City has identi ed many aircraft owners who have expressed interest in leasing hangar space if it becomes available. These aircraft owners are on a waiting list that has been in place since 2004. Redevelop the former Manufactures Hanover Building at 101 North Union, 107 North Union, 110 West State Street and 116 West State Street properties along with the redesign of Union Street and adjoining streetscape improvements.

DOT

$630,000.00

Western NY

Cattaraugus

City of Olean Urban Renewal Agency

ESD

$1,000,000.00

Region
Western NY

County
Cattaraugus

Applicant
Gowanda Area Redevelopment Corporation

Project Title
Gowanda Zoar Valley Gateway

Description
The Gowanda Area Redevelopment Corporation is working with the Village of Gowanda to redevelop the former Peter Cooper Land ll Superfund site as a recreational space and gateway to the Zoar Valley. The site has been brought from a contaminated brown eld to a condition where it is ready for nal planning and construction phases. The project will complete pre-construction planning activities, including design, permitting, SEQRA review and archeology surveys, and other legal requirements to prepare for park construction. Rehabilitate 12 homes and replace ve mobile homes in Cattaraugus County.

Agency Total CFA Award
OPRHP

$57,375.00

Western NY

Cattaraugus

NeighborWorks Home Resources

Cattaraugus HOME Repair and Replacement Program Grape Discovery Center

HCR

$500,000.00

Western NY

Chautaqua

Concord Grape Belt Heritage Association, Inc.

"This project is part of the nal phase in the completion of a Grape Discovery Center in Chautauqua County. The Grape Discovery Center will educate visitors about the historic development of the region and the role that grape growing played in the region's cultural landscape and communities. The plan proposes 19 exhibit panels in the Display Room and 14 exhibit displays, free standing and wall mounted, for the reception/gift shop space, as well as exterior exhibits and an orientation pavilion." Manufacturer of adjustable beds will construct new 87,000 sq. ft. building to accommodate new line. Assist twelve households of low- and moderate-income elderly in addressing substandard housing conditions in Chautauqua County. Assist 20 low- and moderate-income households in addressing failed septic systems and contaminated or inadequate water supplies in Chautauqua County. Rehabilitate 18 homes with grants of up to $7,500 for emergency housing repair needs for elderly, frail elderly and physically disabled homeowners in Chautauqua County. Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly or frail elderly homeowners in Chautauqua County. The Hospice will train and educate 28 home health aides, licensed practical nurses and registered nurses. New construction of 64 a ordable rental housing for individuals and families in the Town of Dunkirk. The Town of West eld will continue the redevelopment of the Barcelona Harbor Hamlet including construction of public parking, pedestrian-scaled lighting, benches, way- nding signage, landscaping, interconnected handicapped accessible pedestrian facilities, and replacement of water-line infrastructure along Lake Erie.

OPRHP

$200,000.00

Western NY

Chautauqua

Ascion LLC

Project Expansion Silver Creek Chautauqua County Housing Rehabilitation Project Chautauqua County Septic and Well Repair/ Replacement RESTORE 2011

ESD

$500,000.00 $400,000.00

Western NY

Chautauqua

Chautauqua County

HCR

Western NY

Chautauqua

Chautauqua County

HCR

$200,000.00

Western NY

Chautauqua

Chautauqua Home Rehabilitation and Improvement Corp. Chautauqua Opportunities Inc. Hospice Chautauqua County, Inc. Regan Development Corporation Town of West eld

HCR

$75,000.00

Western NY

Chautauqua

Chautauqua RESTORE 2011 Health Care Worker Training Dunkirk Meadows Workforce Housing Development Barcelona Hamlet Improvements

HCR

$75,000.00 $2,419.52 $3,543,491.00

Western NY

Chautauqua

DOL

Western NY

Chautauqua

HCR

Western NY

Chautauqua

DOS

$200,000.00

Western New York
Region
Western NY

County
Erie

Applicant
Calspan Corporation

Project Title
Calspan Transportation Safety Campus

Description
Independent testing, research and development servicing the transportation/ automotive industry and, more speci cally, the emerging technologies in the industry shaping the future of public domain safety. The project will establish a global, stateof-the-art transportation safety campus in Western NY. Improvement in ve separate downtown Bu alo districts through investment in streetscape and infrastructure development in accordance with the City of Bu alo's "Queen City Hub" Plan, thereby improving streetscapes, infrastructure and connectivity. This expansion project will extend the process from pilot scale to low volume manufacturing. ENrG markets and manufactures Thin E-Strate (TES). Major expansion of the persu ate manufacturing process at the Tonawanda, NY plant. Purchase and installation of necessary capital to upgrade equipment to improve and expand HWMRI's high-throughput crystallization laboratory and o er competitive, revenue generating and sustainable research. Project will expand production of liquid natural gas fuel tanks for medium and heavy duty trucks due to increased market demand. Expansion of manufacturing and R&D facilities. Construction of 20,800 sq. ft. medical device prototyping and research facility. Construction of a new manufacturing facility. Construction of new automotive maintenance training facility in Bu alo to make training more accessible to underrepresented populations. Build out of the Bu alo Arts and Technology Center to support training and education for key under-representated populations in Bu alo. Company will relocate all business operations to the Western NY area to develop and manufacture its fuel cell. Demolition of the existing terminal building and construction of a 2,000 square foot addition to an existing building to serve as a new Terminal. The proposed work includes the necessary water, sewer, and electrical work. There is currently no water or septic service to the future terminal area. Public water connection will provide an adequate supply of water to support airport expansion and provide adequate re suppression. Will provide on-the-job-training to 12 longterm unemployed workers in the operation of an agglomerator/instantizer required for processing hot cocoa mix. Training will help boost the technical knowledge and certi cation of 22 Quality Assurance, Engineering, Database, and Project Management sta .

Agency Total CFA Award
ESD

$1,294,500.00

Western NY

Erie

City of Bu alo

Economic Advancement of Bu alos Central Business District

ESD

$4,000,000.00

Western NY

Erie

ENrG Incorporated

TES Expansion

ESD

$601,500.00

Western NY

Erie

FMC Corporation

Persulfate Expansion Project HWI HTCL

ESD

$1,000,000.00 $500,000.00

Western NY

Erie

Hauptman Woodward Medical Research Institute Hebeler Corporation Immco Diagnostics, Inc. Jacobs Institute Niagara Transformer Corp. St John Fruit Belt CDC

ESD

Western NY

Erie

LNG Expansion Project IMMCO_NYS_1 Hopkins JI 1755 Dale Rd Expansion auto tech

ESD

$1,250,000.00 $1,050,000.00 $4,000,000.00 $673,835.00 $2,000,000.00

Western NY Western NY Western NY Western NY

Erie Erie Erie Erie

ESD DOL ESD ESD ESD

Western NY

Erie

The John R. Oishei Foundation

Bu alo Arts and Technology Center

ESD

$800,000.00

Western NY

Erie

WATT Fuel Cell Corp Aviation Consultants of WNY, Inc.

Watt Fuel Cell

ESD

$951,652.00 $366,300.00

Western NY

Erie

Bu alo Air eld: Construct New Airport Terminal and Operations Building

DOT

Western NY

Erie

Bu alo Blends, Inc. Industry Speci c Equipment Training Bu alo Computer Graphics, Inc. Professional Level Technical Skills Upgrade Training

DOL

$14,400.00

Western NY

Erie

DOL

$45,880.00

Region
Western NY

County
Erie

Applicant
Bu alo Place, Inc.

Project Title
Theatre District NY Main Street Program

Description
Rehabilitate and revitalize 5 commercial, one civic/community, and 42 residential units in mixed-use buildings in the theater district in downtown Bu alo, including streetscape enhancements. Provide Lean Six Sigma training to 53 employees of Catholic Charities of Bu alo. Catholic Charities is a human service agency serving anyone in need in the eight counties of Western NY. Training will give sta tools to do more with less and create a condition of true empowerment, organizational excellence, and prosperity. Train 20 health workers to become international board certi ed lactation consultants. They will take 90 hours of classes in anatomy and physiology, counseling skills, ethics, documentation and charting, failure to thrive, human growth and development, legal aspects, maternal illness and recovery, and nutrition. Graduates can take the exam for Certi ed Lactation Consultants. The Central Terminal Restoration Corp., Inc. will rehabilitate and restore two entryway canopies located at the historic Bu alo Central Terminal. The disrepair and instability of the exterior entryway canopies pose a safety hazard for patrons, tourists and volunteers and requires immediate rehabilitation.

Agency Total CFA Award
HCR

$500,000.00

Western NY

Erie

Catholic Charities of Bu alo, NY

Quality Mnagement Training

DOL

$50,000.00

Western NY

Erie

Catholic Health System

Certi ed Lactation Consultant Training

DOL

$16,500.00

Western NY

Erie

Central Terminal Restoration Corp. Inc.

Bu alo Central Terminal Canopy Restoration

OPRHP

$306,117.00

Western NY

Erie

Community Action Organization of Erie County, Inc. (CAO) and New York State School-Aged Care Credential (SACC) training

National Family Development Credential Training

The Community Action Organization of Erie DOL County, Inc. will provide two types of training at its Bu alo, NY location: 1) National Family Development Credential Training for 10 frontline sta . Each trainee that successfully meets the requirements of the program will receive a Nationally recognized Family Development Credential. The program goals for this sequential training is designed to equip frontline workers with baseline competencies and skills needed to empower families to achieve a healthy self-reliance and interdependence with their communities based on their own goals. 2) New York State School-Aged Care Credential (SACC) training. The SAC Credential was developed to promote quality services to children and families by providing speci c standards, training, and evaluation of school-age sta members and providers. The Competency Standards are divided into 14 Skill Areas: Professionalism, Child Development Knowledge, Safety, Health, Self, Guidance, Out of School Environments, Creative, Physical, Cognitive, Communication, Social Positive Classroom Community, Families and Operational Program Management. Train 23 Bu alo employees in critical technical skills for Information Systems sta with these titles: system engineer, senior system engineer, developer, system administrator, system operator, telecommunications analyst, and network analyst. This Lancaster-based company will provide project management and National Environment Prevention Act training to 34 current workers. DOL

$46,156.00

Western NY

Erie

Computer Task Group, Inc.

Information Technology Training

$49,499.00

Western NY

Erie

Ecology and Environment, Inc.

Project Management and Environmental Prevention Act Training

DOL

$47,238.00

Western New York
Region
Western NY

County
Erie

Applicant
Erie County IDA

Project Title
American Heritage Homes

Description
American Heritage Home, a modular home manufacturer, will receive low-cost nancing to construct a new manufacturing facility in Bu alo’s Lakeside Commerce Park. This company will train 13 workers at its Amherst facility on recent software upgrades. The Ford Motor Company Bu alo Stamping Plant plans to reduce potable water use by collecting and reusing stormwater in a noncontact cooling water system which is used in the Stamping Plant in welding lines and plant-wide air compressors. Train 30 workers to operate a "hot dipped galvanized" production line in Bu alo. Finished product will be at sheet galvanized steel coils using "Galfan" technology. This is a new manufacturing process. 993 current workers will learn more about the business, become more pro cient in the execution of the company’s business plan and develop skills that will help them perform their job duties more e ciently. 22 new workers will come on board in 2012 through On-the-Job Training programs. Rehabilitation of facility in Erie County. Home improvement of 30 units targeted toward the elderly, developmentally disabled, and households with young children on various sites in the City of Bu alo. Rehabilitate 30 homes, with deferred payment loans, on average of $9,600 to make repairs and improve energy e ciency on the lower west side of Bu alo. This Western NY company will provide training to 70 current employees in its Research and Development and Engineering Departments. Training for seven Orchard Park employees to become independently functioning multispindle screw machine operators. Rehabilitation and preservation of 206 units of rental housing in four eight-story towers in Bu alo. Give skills upgrade training to six employees. The training is designed to acknowledge new, emerging technologies and includes three high-level IT courses. This project will help eight current employees, previously hired as assemblers, to achieve the ASME Welding Certi cation. In addition, three new welders will be hired through an On-theJob Training program. This project provides for the extension of the existing Long Term Lot B parking lot at Bu alo-Niagara International Airport. The project will expand the existing parking facility by approximately 988 parking spaces and includes asbestos abatement and demolition. The airport needs additional parking spaces to accommodate signi cant passenger increases. The 6,000 long-term spaces available do not address the present need.

Agency Total CFA Award
ESD

$2,500,000.00

Western NY

Erie

ESM Group, Inc.

Information Technology Training Ford Motor Company Stormwater Reuse

DOL

$7,380.00 $135,000.00

Western NY

Erie

Ford Motor Company

EFC

Western NY

Erie

Galvstar, LLC

Galvstar Workforce Development

DOL

$97,852.80

Western NY

Erie

Goodyear Dunlop Tires N.A. ltd

On the Job Training

DOL

$88,900.00

Western NY Western NY

Erie Erie

Habitat for Humanity NYS Heart of the City Neighborhoods

HFH-NYS 2011 Rehab 2011 Green & Healthy Homes Rehab 2011 Green & Healthy HOMEs Rehabilitation Program Professional Level Skills Upgrade Training Machine Operator Training Mariner Towers

HCR HCR

$646,000.00 $432,100.00

Western NY

Erie

Heart of the City Neighborhoods, Inc. International Imaging Materials, Inc. L.D. McCauley, LLC

HCR

$288,122.00

Western NY

Erie

DOL

$20,000.00 $12,000.00 $15,500,000.00 $18,000.00

Western NY

Erie

DOL

Western NY

Erie

Liberty A ordable Housing, Inc. Network Services, LLC

HCR

Western NY

Erie

Advanced Information Technology Training Niagara Blower Workforce Training

DOL

Western NY

Erie

Niagara Blower Company

DOL

$25,600.00

Western NY

Erie

Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA)

Bu alo Niagara International Airport Parking Expansion Project

ESD DOT

$6,880,000.00

Region
Western NY

County
Erie

Applicant
People Inc.

Project Title
Management Training

Description
Provide Management Training workshops to 50 employees in the skills they need for a supervisory or management position. People, Inc.'s eld of disability services is one of consistent growth in the Western NY and needs managers who can navigate services and state regulations. Adaptive reuse of an historic school into 60 rental units, including supportive units for persons with mental illness, in the City of Bu alo. Training to improve the data networking and technology skills for 25 technical sta . The training will teach sta to install, con gure, and troubleshoot networking hardware, protocols, and services in network and data principles, leading to a CompTIA Network+ industry-recognized certi cation credential. The training will upgrade our technical sta ’s skills to support the latest technology platforms. Shea's O'Connell Preservation Guild will restore the interior of the theatre auditorium, located at 646 Main Street, Bu alo. The ceiling, walls and facades will be restored to their original condition. Cleaning, minor repair and painting of the molded plaster ceiling and dome together with restoration on the proscenium arch, front wall, balcony underside, walls, and chandeliers will complete the project.

Agency Total CFA Award
DOL

$5,950.00

Western NY

Erie

Riverside Special Needs Apts L.P.

Riverside Special Needs Apartments

HCR

$3,255,755.00

Western NY

Erie

Ronco Communications & Electronics, Inc.

Data Network Technical Training

DOL

$49,875.00

Western NY

Erie

Shea's O'Connell Preservation Guild Ltd.

Interior Theatre Restoration

OPRHP

$400,000.00

Western NY

Erie

The Elmwood Village Association Town of West Seneca

Elmwood Village 2011 NYMS Program West Seneca Parks Development

Rehabilitate 13 buildings with 9 residential HCR and 9 commercial units in the Elmwood Village target area in the City of Bu alo. The Town of West Seneca will rehabilitate and make safety improvements to Veterans Memorial Park, centrally located within the town and convenient to the Town Hall Complex on Union Road. The project will include construction of an eight-foot-wide by 850-foot-long asphalt paved multi-purpose trail, installation of stationary outdoor tness equipment at various segments along the trail, and the replacement of playground equipment. Rehabilitate 20 homes on the west side of Main Street in Bu alo, with deferred payment loans. The Zoological Society of Bu alo will create an Arctic exhibit at the Bu alo Zoo. The current polar bear exhibit has su ered from over 70 years of neglect and does not meet the standards of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, which accredits zoos. Unless the Bu alo Zoo builds a new exhibit in the next few years, the polar bears will be permanently placed at another facility. Construction of Arctic Edge will secure the Zoo's place as the most popular cultural destination in Erie County. In addition, the interpretive graphics and interactive exhibits will educate hundreds of thousands of Western NYers about climate change and ways they can act to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. OPRHP

$500,000.00 $50,603.00

Western NY

Erie

Western NY

Erie

West Side Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. Zoological Society of Bu alo, Inc.

West Side Rehabilitation Initiative Arctic Exhibit

HCR

$399,600.00

Western NY

Erie

OPRHP

$400,000.00

Western New York
Region
Western NY

County
Erie, Dutchess, Steuben and Statewide

Applicant
Computer Task Group

Project Title
CTG NYS Initiative

Description
CTG intends to create jobs in the eld of computer engineering, computer programming, computer analysis and functional analysis which will conduct scienti c research and development activities intended to discover information that would eliminate uncertainty concerning the development or improvement of a product or process. This project proposes to build the mechanical infrastructure needed to support a robust approach to personalized medicine based on detailed de nition and study of genetic sequences to create the health information data associated with the individuals. The initiative will provide incentive grants to small businesses and non-pro t organizations throughout Erie, Niagara and Chautauqua counties for pre-retro t repairs, thereby reducing barriers to program participation. By assisting with pre-retro t expenses such as roof, foundation and building shell repairs, the Initiative will enable small businesses and nonpro ts to undertake green upgrades on their buildings, including insulation, furnace and window replacement and weather sealing. The project will include training, business services and consultation services for area entrepreneurs and startup companies; as well as direct investments in start-up companies. Renovation of 90,000 sq. ft., including equipment for a world class center for training in hospitality, tourism and culinary arts along with an incubator and small business center to support growth of new tourism/culinary businesses Completion of Niagara Falls International Airport Master Plan. Renovation of the administrative o ces, research campus and laboratories for the Steel & Bearing-gear industry. Artpark & Company, Inc. will implement its Master Plan by improving access and viewing for the thousands of annual visitors to Artpark. The project will include ADA-accessibility improvements, site perimeter fencing that will provide access control to the ampitheater, and parking lot improvements. Site construction will include the installation of a 40’x 40’ stage and sound wings, a new stage canopy and speaker towers to t over the larger stage, and a modular "green room" to support performance and production activities. Assist in the development of Harrison Place in the City of Lockport, creating 23 jobs, of which 87% will be made available to low-tomoderate income individuals. Assist 20 low-and-moderate-income households with the purchase of a home in City of Lockport. Assistance to businesses in North Tonawanda that provide essential goods and services within the Downtown Redevelopment Area, are located in the Remington Rand building, or are within the City and can demonstrate a high need and potential as a high impact project.

Agency Total CFA Award
ESD

$1,000,000.00

Western NY

Erie, Niagara

Roswell Park Cancer Institute

WNY Genomics and Health Consortium

ESD

$5,100,000.00

Western NY

Erie, Niagara, Chautauqua

Bu alo Neighborhood Stabilization Company, Inc.

Small Business Green Retro t Initiative

ESD

$800,000.00

Western NY

Erie, Niagara, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany Niagara

Launch New York

JumpStart NY Project

ESD

$93,565.00

Western NY

Niagara County Community College

Hospitality and Tourism Center

ESD

$2,000,000.00

Western NY

Niagara

Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) Sentient Corporation Artpark & Company, Inc.

NFTA Airport Plan

ESD

$970,000.00 $811,534.00 $391,150.00

Western NY

Niagara

O ce and laboratory renovation project Artpark Amphitheater Improvements

ESD

Western NY

Niagara

OPRHP

Western NY

Niagara

City of Lockport

Development of Harrison Place

HCR

$260,000.00

Western NY

Niagara

City of Lockport

City of Lockport Homeownership Program North Tonawanda Microenterprise Assistance Program

HCR

$400,000.00 $200,000.00

Western NY

Niagara

City of North Tonawanda

HCR

Region
Western NY

County
Niagara

Applicant
City of North Tonawanda

Project Title
North Tonawanda Webster Street Green Infrastructure

Description
The Webster Street Green Infrastructure Improvements project will provide aesthetic, economic and environmental enhancements to the City’s historic downtown business district. The redevelopment project will reconstruct a narrow band along both sides of Webster Street to include curb bump-outs and bioretention /in ltration areas, providing measureable water quality improvements in nearly six acres of land in the heart of North Tonawanda, signi cantly reducing pollutant discharges into the Erie Canal and Niagara River. Assist in the development of the Remington Events Center on the Canal in the City of North Tonawanda, creating 33 jobs, of which 85% will be made available to low-to-moderate income individuals. Train 200 engineers and technicians in environmental leadership. The project will o er seven courses to workers in Niagara Falls, Bu alo, Rochester, and Syracuse. The rm o ers engineering, environmental consulting, construction, and information technology services around the world. Rehabilitate 5 buildings in the City of Lockport with 4 commercial and 1 civic unit, creating 3 new residential units. Conduct emergency housing repairs for frail elderly homeowners in Niagara County.

Agency Total CFA Award
EFC

$574,500.00

Western NY

Niagara

City of North Tonawanda

Remington Events Center on the Canal

HCR

$266,000.00

Western NY

Niagara

Conestoga Rovers and Associates, Inc.

Sustainable Development Leadership Training

DOL

$50,000.00

Western NY

Niagara

Lockport Main Street, Inc. Niagara Community Action Program, Inc. Niagara County IDA

Lockport Main Street Niagara Community Action Program, Inc. RESTORE Rubberform

HCR

$251,300.00 $75,000.00

Western NY

Niagara

HCR

Western NY

Niagara

"Rubberform Recycled Products, LLC located in Lockport will purchase machinery and equipment to expand production of products made from recycled tire rubber. The project will enable Rubberform to double its production of products made from recycled tire rubber, resulting in the creation of 3-5 new jobs and increase the recycling of waste tires." Training in job skills and continuous improvement initiative training to 56 employees. Training in various jobs within the paper manufacturing process including: Machine Tender, Back Tender, Winder Operator, Winder Helper, Pulper Engineer, Pulper Engineer Helper, Loader. Employees will be trained in Lubrication Technology, Lean and 5S, and electrical process control: PLC/ DCS/SAF. The Somerset Railroad Corp. will replace ties on the Gulf Bridge to correct the defective tie condition. This work will allow for removal of the 10 MPH speed restriction, improve train speeds, and will preserve rail service for coal deliveries to the AES Somerset Generating Plant, near Barker, NY. Acquisition and rehabilitation of 150 units of multifamily a ordable housing units in Niagara Falls. The City of Niagara Falls will continue improvements to LaSalle Waterfront Park, including installation of an entrance sign, benches, drinking fountain, barbeque grills, picnic tables and trash receptacles, landscaping and creation of a vegetative "green-wall" bu er between the park and adjacent properties.

ESD

$250,000.00

Western NY

Niagara

Norampac Niagara Falls, Inc.

Skilled Worker Upgrade Training in Paper Manufacturing Processes

DOL

$50,000.00

Western NY

Niagara

Somerset Railroad Corporation

Main Line Track Rehabilitation on Gulf Bridge

DOT

$164,900.00

Western NY

Niagara

Southport Financial City of Niagara Falls

Monteagle

HCR

$1,865,401.00 $102,440.00

Western NY

Niagara

LaSalle Waterfront Park

DOS

Western New York
Region
Western NY

County
Niagara

Applicant
Town of Newfane

Project Title
Town of Newfane Marina Facilities Upgrade

Description
The Town of Newfane will improve its marina at Olcott and construct new docks to accommodate larger boats, repair erosion damage along approximately 88 feet of shoreline, install steel pilings to stabilize the shoreline, and repair and reinstall the boardwalk along the shoreline. Coordination of a regional initiative to promote advanced manufacturing and the careers o ered by the advanced manufacturing sector. It will implement a work plan consisting of regional marketing, events and internship and apprenticeship opportunities. Purchase and installation of signs on designated Niagara Wine Trail route. Project also includes marketing and training. NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs o er New York businesses solutions to improve energy e ciency 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 o er energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process E ciency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing e ciency.

Agency Total CFA Award
DOS

$63,800.00

Western NY

Niagara, Erie, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany

Manufacturing Technology Institute

Dream It Do It Western NY

ESD

$500,000.00

Western NY

Niagara, Orleans

Niagara Wine Trail

Niagara Wine Trail

ESD

$30,000.00

Western NY

NYSERDA received 72 applications

NYSERDA

Western NY

Excelsior Jobs Program

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.

ESD

$15,000,000.00

WNY TOTAL

$100,257,738.32

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

Southern Tier
$49.4 million awarded to 58 projects

Region
Southern Tier

County
Broome

Applicant
Ametek, Inc.

Project Title
Binghamton Expansion

Description
This expansion project supports the existing Binghamton facility, one of Ametek's plants that was able to secure additional manufacturing space to support increased manufacturing operations. Ametek manufactures precision gaging, sensors, and hardware for the commercial, private, and military aircraft industry. Broome County will construct a year-round Regional Farmers' Market facility that will provide locally produced foods and goods in a sheltered structure that is easily accessible to producers and consumers. This project will address the growing demand for fresh and locally produced foods, provide a direct sales outlet for regional farmers, create a covered park event venue and provide the opportunity for increased recreation by creating a 14,000square-foot multi-purpose facility with site capacity for another 8,000 square feet in Otsiningo Park, located just north of the City of Binghamton. Broome County will develop a countywide mitigation strategy to address causes and e ects of chronic and extreme ooding events, including an inventory of the Upper Susquehanna River and Delaware River watersheds and a strategy for reducing drainage and ooding problems. Broome County will refurbish Binghamton Airport's main passenger terminal to o er improved and modernized amenities including ight information displays, passenger waiting areas and restrooms. The airport has carefully selected the elements of this project to provide signi cant positive impacts on current users of the airport. It will help attract and maintain airline employees, will have positive e ects on the business and leisure traveler, will improve the level of maintenance, and will improve energy usage.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $305,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

Broome County

Broome County Regional Farmers Market

OPRHP

$400,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

Broome County

Upper Susquehanna and Delaware River Watershed Plan

DOS

$35,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

Broome County (Greater Binghamton Airport)

Greater Binghamton Airport: Passenger Terminal Improvements

DOT

$495,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services

Gas Drilling Training

Broome-Tioga BOCES proposed project will DOL provide training for 40 people. Training will include an introduction to the Gas Drilling industry, training in industrial and rough terrain forklift operation, orientation to drilling safety conditions and environmental controls, defensive driving certi cation, basic rst aid and CPR, heavy equipment safety and maintenance, basic welding techniques and an introduction to masonry.

$40,000.00

Southern Tier
Region
Southern Tier

County
Broome

Applicant
Center for Technology and Innovation, Inc.

Project Title
Garden of Ideas Porous Pavement Parking Lot

Description
The Center for Technology and Innovation will install pervious paving in the parking lot and the Garden of Ideas at the TechWorks! Museum of Invention and Upstate Industry. Porous pavement will enable o cials, residents, and developers to see rst-hand the bene ts and costs of replacing traditional asphalt parking lots with pervious paving. The Center for Technology and Innovation will make improvements to the former Binghamton Ice Cream Company property for use as Techworks!, a museum of invention and upstate NY industry. The project includes schematic design, design development, and construction documents for the adaptive reuse of the structure and surrounding site, which includes a geothermal system and other green design elements to support sustainable, stable museum environments, roof top with energy generating features and iconic roof top sculpture, and exhibit plans for the rst phase of the TechWorks! museum. Provide housing rehabilitation assistance to owner-occupants in the Binghamton area, assisting 13 income-eligible owner occupants. The First Ward Action Council will address emergency housing repair needs for 18 elderly homeowners in the First Ward district of Binghamton. Home improvement of approximately 30 units on sites in Broome County, with an emphasis on the First Ward in the City of Binghamton. Home improvement of approximately 40 units on sites in Broome and Chenango Counties.

Agency
EFC

Total CFA Award $116,500.00

Southern Tier

Broome

Center for Technology and Innovation, Inc.

TechWorks museum planning and design

OPRHP

$400,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

First Ward Action Council, Inc.

First Ward Action Council Rehabilitation Program First Ward Action Council RESTORE 2011 First Ward Home Improvement Program 2011 Broome County Home Improvement Program III Town of Colesville Housing Rehabilitation Program Johnson City Revitalization Program Village of Port Dickinson Municipal Building Accessibility Project YWCA Binghamton Preservation

HCR

$300,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

First Ward Action Council, Inc.

HCR

$75,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

First Ward Action Council, Inc. Opportunities for Chenango

HCR

$300,000.00 $600,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

HCR

Southern Tier

Broome

Town of Colesville

Rehabilitate 13 owner-occupied severely substandard housing units located in the Town of Colesville. Thirty-two low- and moderateincome persons will bene t from the assistance. Rehabilitate and revitalize 13 commercial units and 15 residential units in the Central Business District of the Village of Johnson City in mixeduse and historic buildings. Make the Village Municipal Building in the Village of Port Dickinson fully-accessible and compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The YMCA of Binghamton and Broome County will restore the exterior masonry and cornice of their architecturally signi cant 1907 Beaux Arts/ Classical Revival building The building serves as a community anchor providing housing and services for homeless women and children, space for community events and programs and meetings along with healthcare and childcare. This proposed exterior restoration represents one phase of the larger project to renovate the entire building. The work will reinforce and stabilize the exterior of the landmark building and contribute to the rehabilitation and revitalization of Court Street Historic District in the heart of downtown Binghamton.

HCR

$400,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

Village of Johnson City

HCR

$457,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

Village of Port Dickinson

HCR

$400,000.00

Southern Tier

Broome

Young Women's Christian Association of Binghamton and Broome County, Inc.

OPRHP

$244,946.00

Region
Southern Tier

County
Broome

Applicant
Village of Endicott

Project Title
Chugnut Trail Extension

Description
The Village of Endicott and the Town of Union will complete a plan for a series of waterfront trails and walkways, a key component in the connection of two existing riverside trails and eight adjacent parks. Rehabilitate 12 homes and replace two mobile homes in Chemung County.

Agency
DOS

Total CFA Award $12,500.00

Southern Tier

Chemung

Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc. CAF USA, Inc.

Chemung HOME Program

HCR

$400,000.00

Southern Tier

Chemung

CAF USA

Infrastructure investment consisting of acquiring and rehabilitating an adjacent rail spur needed to handle new rail car contracts resulting in new job creation opportunities. The Town of Big Flats and the Southern Tier Central Regional Planning and Development Board will work with the 42 municipalities located along designated inland waterways in Chemung, Steuben, and Schuyler counties in the preparation of a Strategy for a Flood Resistant Southern Tier Central Region. Rehabilitate and resell 10 homes in Steuben and Chemung Counties.

ESD

$1,000,000.00

Southern Tier

Chemung, Schuyler, and Steuben

Town of Big Flat

Strategy for a Flood Resistant Southern Tier Central Region

DOS

$87,000.00

Southern Tier

Chemung, Steuben

SCAP d/b/a Arbor Development

HOME Community Housing Development Organization Acquisition/ Rehabilitation Program Southern Tier Wetland Construction and Floodplain Enhancement

HCR

$600,000.00

Southern Tier

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

Tioga County Soil and Water Conservation District

The Upper Susquehanna Coalition will construct and restore 120 acres of wetlands in the Southern Tier counties and will reconnect streams with oodplains, allowing streams to overtop their banks and spread water safely where adequate space is available. This will allow water to safely spread out onto adjacent oodplains without damaging nearby infrastructure. Assist 14 low-and-moderate income households in Chenango County with the purchase of a home. The Chenango County Industrial Development Authority will restore the Binghamton-Utica rail corridor which has been out of service between Chenango Forks and Sherburne since the oods of 2006. The project will repair the railroad embankments and drainage structures, realign stream channels to their original course under the railroad bridges, clear vegetation and debris for the safe use of the rail corridor, and replace ties to allow rail freight service to resume. Train 20 unemployed Norwich workers for positions as Certi ed Clinical Medical Assistant, Certi ed Billing and Coding Specialist, Certi ed Medical Administrative Assistant, and Administrative Dental Assistant. Project consists of several phases designed to increase both the company's manufacturing and R&D capabilities and capacities through 2015. Project includes infrastructure improvements, purchase of R&D laboratory equipment, and R&D production equipment, commercial scale production equipment, and plant boiler upgrades. Make accessibility improvements to 10 homes of persons with mental and physical disabilities and the elderly in Chenango County.

EFC

$920,000.00

Southern Tier

Chenango County

Chenango County Homeownership Program Main Line Track Rehabilitation, Chenango County

HCR

$350,000.00 $772,422.00

Southern Tier

Chenango

Chenango County Industrial Development Authority

DOT

Southern Tier

Chenango

Delaware, Chenango, Madison, Otsego BOCES Norwich Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Medical Administrative Workers Training

DOL

$50,000.00

Southern Tier

Chenango

Cap Plan only

ESD

$2,000,000.00

Southern Tier

Chenango

Opportunities For Chenango, Inc.

2011 Access to Home II

HCR

$250,000.00

Southern Tier
Region
Southern Tier

County
Chenango

Applicant
Opportunities For Chenango, Inc. Delaware County

Project Title
2011 Chenango County HOME Repair Program V Delaware County Microenterprise Assistance Program

Description
Rehabilitate 20 homes with deferred payment loans for up to $30,000 in Chenango County. Establish the Delaware County Microenterprise Flood Relief Grant Program, assisting a minimum of 15 microbusinesses. O er a HOME Repair Program to address rental housing rehabilitation needs elderly, those with physical disabilities or veterans, providing deferred payment loans of up to $25,0000 to 18 property owners.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $500,000.00 $200,000.00

Southern Tier

Delaware

HCR

Southern Tier

Delaware

M-ARK Project, Inc. Central Catskills HOME for Rental Rehabilitation Program

HCR

$400,000.00

Southern Tier

Delaware

M-ARK Project, Inc. Roxbury Rehabilitate 7 mixed-use buildings and Downtown Phase 2 streetscape enhancements in the Village of Roxbury. NYMS funds will renovate 8 residential units, 2 civic units, and 6 commercial units. Village of Deposit Village of Deposit Drinking Water Distribution Improvements 2011 Franklin Village NY Main Street Program Tri-County Home Improvement Program 2011 Hornell Main Street Development Project Schuyler County Well & Septic Replacement Program Watkins Glen Waterfront Development Plan Improvement the municipal water system of the Village of Deposit.

HCR

$361,000.00

Southern Tier

Delaware

HCR

$600,000.00

Southern Tier

Delaware

Village of Franklin

Rehabilitate and revitalize 5 commercial and 7 residential in the historic district of the Village of Franklin. Home improvement of approximately 80 units on sites in Chemung, Schuyler and Steuben Counties. Rehabilitate and revitalize 10 buildings with 7 commercial and 3 residential units in the central business district in downtown Watkins Glen. A portion of the award will go to streetscape enhancements. Replace and repair substandard septic systems and well-water systems for 12 units of singlefamily housing in Schuyler County. The Village of Watkins Glen will produce a waterfront development plan for Tank Beach, which will include a natural history interpretive center to serve as the trail head to Queen Catharine Marsh, and for a walking and biking trail and boardwalk on Seneca Lake. It will complete design work for a marina, restaurant, boat storage, public launch, housing, and promenade. Rehabilitate 14 homes and replace four mobile homes in Steuben County.

HCR

$255,000.00 $600,000.00 $500,000.00

Southern Tier

MultiCounty Schuyler

Community Progress Inc. Community Progress Inc.

HCR

Southern Tier

HCR

Southern Tier

Schuyler

Schuyler County

HCR

$144,000.00

Southern Tier

Schuyler

Village of Watkins Glen

DOS

$15,000.00

Southern Tier

Steuben

Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc. City of Hornell

Steuben HOME Program

HCR

$500,000.00

Southern Tier

Steuben

City of Hornell Housing Rehabilitation Program Energy Workforce Education and Training Project

Rehabilitate 15 owner-occupied substandard housing units in the City of Hornell.

HCR

$400,000.00

Southern Tier

Steuben

Corning Community College

The Corning Community College Energy Workforce Education and Training Project will o er front-end assessment, two 72-hour natural gas trainings, and basic employment support to 34 long-term unemployed workers to increase the opportunity of employment in entry-level natural gas positions. 18 current employees at the company’s Bath facility will be trained in how to address problems due to equipment failure and aging equipment and machinery.

DOL

$21,000.00

Southern Tier

Steuben

Philips Lighting Company

Total Productive Maintenance Training I

DOL

$10,500.00

Region
Southern Tier Southern Tier

County
Steuben Steuben

Applicant
SCAP d/b/a Arbor Development Steuben County

Project Title
SCAP RESTORE 2011 Steuben County Well and Septic System Program Main Line Track Rehabilitation, Bath

Description
Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly homeowners in Steuben County. Install 5 new private wells, and replace 10 septic systems serving up to 10 low-and moderate income owner-occupied units in Steuben County. The Steuben County Industrial Development Authority will rehabilitate approximately 2 miles of the Hammondsport Industrial rail track in Steuben County, move and extend a runaround track for safer operations, and improve grade crossings so that the B&H Rail Corp. can provide rail service to the Bath Industrial Park. Rehabilitate and revitalize 8 commercial and 8 residential units in mixed-use buildings, and streetscapes in the Village of Addison. The Wellsboro & Corning Railroad will restore 11 miles of main line railroad track and reconstruct approximately 3,500 feet of former second main track. The project will allow the railroad to continue to provide timely, e cient, and environmentally friendly service to rail served customers in the Southern Tier of NY. The rural initiative venture fund will provide start up and expansion capital through revolving loan funds and grants.

Agency
HCR HCR

Total CFA Award $75,000.00 $198,000.00

Southern Tier

Steuben

Steuben County Industrial Development Agency

DOT

$727,578.00

Southern Tier

Steuben

Village of Addison

Village of Addison NY Main Street 2011 Steuben County Rail Restoration, Corning to PA State Line

HCR

$212,300.00 $1,800,000.00

Southern Tier

Steuben

Wellsboro & Corning Railroad Co.

DOT

Southern Tier

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

Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Corp

Rural Initiative Venture Fund

ESD

$3,000,000.00

Southern Tier

Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Corp

Shovel Ready Site Development Project

To provide for shovel ready sites including an existing building and a former brown eld that needs to be prepared for future development.

ESD

$2,500,000.00

Southern Tier

Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Corp

Southern Tier Community Revitalization Project

The Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Corp. will provide “gap nancing” for private sector redevelopment of key buildings, in ll of new buildings, and development of our region’s downtowns, neighborhoods and rural population centers. The project will allow each community to identify its own priorities to structure projects to support unique local needs in targeted areas. The objective is to leverage public funds and non-pro t resources, attract and sustain both short-term and long-term private capital, and catalyze further development. Revitalization projects will create quality commercial space for development and entrepreneurial enterprises and additional residential housing options, while building on existing infrastructure and housing stock with upgrades and new construction in keeping with the downtown and neighborhood character. While enhancing the tax base overall, the initiative will recapture the value of neighborhoods that have underused or deteriorated public assets, and most compellingly, respond to recent natural disasters that have severely impacted the sustainability of many downtowns.

ESD DOT

$4,799,058.00

Southern Tier
Region
Southern Tier

County
Tioga

Applicant
Home Leasing, LLC Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc. County of Tompkins

Project Title
Muldoon Gardens 2011 Tompkins HOME Program

Description
Adaptive reuse of a historic school building into 31 a ordable senior rental units in the Village of Waverly. Rehabilitate 14 homes in Tompkins County.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $1,915,950.00 $400,000.00

Southern Tier

Tompkins

HCR

Southern Tier

Tompkins

Tompkins County O ce for the Aging RESTORE 2011 Holly Creek Phase II

Conduct emergency housing repair needs for elderly homeowners in Tompkins County who may also have physical disabilities, be on public assistance or be mentally/developmentally disabled. Assist in Phase II of the Holly Creek Townhome Project which in the Town of Ithaca. All of the units will be sold to low-income rst time homebuyers. A total of 6 3-bedroom and 5 2-bedroom units will be constructed. New construction of 22 LEED certi ed units in the South Hill section of the Town of Ithaca. New construction of 72 rental units of workforce housing in Village of Dryden. Renovate 23 homes of low-and moderate income residents of Tompkins County.

HCR

$75,000.00

Southern Tier

Tompkins

Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. Ithaca NHS

HCR

$550,000.00

Southern Tier Southern Tier Southern Tier

Tompkins Tompkins Tompkins

Holly Creek Townhouses

HCR HCR HCR

$770,000.00 $2,486,186.00 $400,000.00

Poets Landing, LLC Poets Landing Apartments - 2011 Tompkins County Tompkins County Housing Rehabilitation Program Pylantis

Southern Tier

Tompkins

Village of Groton

Assist in the start-up of Pylantis in the Village of Groton, creating 25 homes, of which 60% will be made available to low-to-moderate income individuals. Develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for the Southern Tier that will establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use. The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy e ciency, promote renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. Once the plan is completed, it is intended to inform municipal land use policies, guide both public and private resource investments in infrastructure and identify tangible actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Blue Hill Partners LLC will manage a $1,000,000 revolving loan fund as part of a $101.25 million dollar program to develop, implement, and fund energy e ciency and renewable energy projects at commercial and institutional facilities in New York’s Southern Tier. Target buildings will have greater than 10,000 square feet and will include airports, school systems, college and university campuses, hospitals, local government buildings, commercial and industrial buildings. The revolving loan fund will pay project developers to create “Project Development Plans” that will identify opportunities for energy e ciency and renewable energy projects, prepare institutional grade energy assessments, and include proposals to fund projects using power purchase agreements and/or the innovative “energy e ciency as a service” models

HCR

$300,000.00

Southern Tier

Tompkins

Tompkins County

Southern Tier Regional Sustainability Plan

NYSERDA

$1,000,000.00

Southern Tier

Blue Hill Partners LLC

Southern Tier E ciency Program Institutional and Commercial Projects

ESD

$1,000,000.00

Region
Southern Tier

County

Applicant
NYSERDA received 43 applications

Project Title

Description
NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs o er New York businesses solutions to improve energy e ciency 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 o er energy saving opportunities through consultation and costsharing studies. Industrial and Process E ciency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing e ciency.

Agency
NYSERDA

Total CFA Award

Southern Tier

Excelsior Jobs Program

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 e orts.

ESD

$1,666,666.67

Southern Tier

Low-cost economic development Financing

ESD

$10,000,000.00

Southern Tier Total

$49,392,606.67

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

Finger Lakes
$68.8 million awarded to 93 projects

Region
Finger Lakes

County
Cayuga

Applicant
Finger Lakes Railway Corp.

Project Title
Auburn Transload Terminal Improvement

Description
The Finger Lakes Railway Co. will construct a new transload rail yard in Auburn, Cayuga County, as well as a 2,640' passing siding to enhance train operations. The transload facility will provide Central New York businesses with access to rail transportation without making a large capital investment, servicing companies that do not have a rail line into their facilities but use/ship large quantities of material. Make Accessibility improvements to the homes of persons with physical disabilities and persons who are frail elderly in Monroe, Ontario, Wayne, and Yates Counties. Grants of up to $25,000 to quali ed applicants will assist 16 households. Improve commercial and residential mixed-use buildings in the City of Batavia. The Village will rehabilitate 20 buildings consisting of 20 commercial and 10 residential units and enhance streetscapes. Rehabilitate 17 homes with grants of up to $7,500 for emergency housing repair needs for elderly and frail elderly homeowners in Genesee County. Project involves construction of an additional hen house for expansion of organic egg farm. Assist in the start-up of Genesee Valley Mushroom, Inc. in Genesee County, creating 92 new jobs of which 90% will be made available to low-to-moderate income individuals. Create the proposed West Main Street Sewer District in the Town of Batavia. Replace eight mobile homes with new Energy Star rated Manufactured Homes in Genesee and Orleans Counties. Provide down payment, moderate rehab, and closing costs assistance to 23 eligible new homebuyers in Genesee, Orleans, and Wyoming Counties, with deferred payment loans.

Agency
DOT

Total CFA Award $508,240.10

Finger Lakes

Cayuga, Tioga, Tompkins

Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc.

Chemung/Seneca/ Schuyler Counties Acces to Home Program - 2011

HCR

$300,000.00

Finger Lakes

Genesee

City of Batavia

NY Main Street 2011

HCR

$450,000.00

Finger Lakes

Genesee

Community Action of Orleans and Genesee, Inc. Kreher's Sunrise Farm LLC Genesee County

Genesee RESTORE 2011

HCR

$75,000.00

Finger Lakes

Genesee

Sunrise LH2

ESD

$110,310.00 $750,000.00

Finger Lakes

Genesee

Genesee Valley Mushroom, Inc.

HCR

Finger Lakes

Genesee

Town of Batavia

Town of Batavia West Main Street Sewer District RHOC Regional Mid-Hudson Rehabilitation 2011 RHOC Regional HOME rst 11

HCR

$600,000.00 $400,000.00

Finger Lakes

Genesee, Orleans

Rural Housing Opportunities Corporation Rural Housing Opportunities Corporation

HCR

Finger Lakes

Genesee, Orleans, Wyoming

HCR

$500,000.00

Finger Lakes
Region
Finger Lakes

County
Livingston

Applicant
Town of Conesus

Project Title
Town of Conesus Senior Housing Rehabilitation Program Town of Mount Morris Housing Rehabilitation Program Village of Dansville Microenterprise Assistance Program Geneseo Downtown Revitalization Program

Description
Rehabilitate 15 owner-occupied severely substandard housing units located in the Town of Conesus. Twenty-two, elderly lowand moderate-income persons will bene t from the assistance. Rehabilitate 13 owner-occupied severely substandard housing units in the Town of Mount Morris. Establish the Dansville Microenterprise Assistance Program, assisting a minimum of 6 microbusinesses in the Village and creating 11 jobs. Rehabilitate and revitalize 10 commercial and 11 residential units in mixed-use buildings the central business district in the business district of the Village of Geneseo. $45,000 of the award will be used for streetscape enhancements. Rehabilitate 16 owner-occupied substandard housing units in the Village of Mount Morris. Install 3,000 feet of 8” diameter force main from the water treatment plant to the existing sanitary sewer in the Village of Nunda. Norfolk Southern Railway will replace the Portageville Viaduct, which carries the Southern Tier Corridor over the Genesee River in Letchworth State Park. The current weight and speed restrictions on the bridge were identi ed in the 2009 New York State Rail Plan as one of the top ten rail bottlenecks in New York. Expansion project to integrate new projects into company's existing facility and increase capacity and manufacturing capabilities. AJL is a contract manufacturer with expertise in manufacturing lproducts involving precision sheet metal fabrication and electromechanical assemblies for high-tech industries. In order to integrate new projects into its existing facility it is imperative that it increase capacity and manufacturing capabilities. Rehabilitate 14 homes and replace four mobile homes in Monroe County, excluding the City of Rochester. New construction of sixty (60) units of a ordable housing for seniors in the Town of Henrietta. 28 customer service, supply chain, nance, engineering, manufacturing and Information Technology employees at this Rochester facility will be trained. Adaptive reuse of the historic Cunningham Carriage Factory building into 68 units of rental housing in City of Rochester.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $400,000.00

Finger Lakes

Livingston

Town of Mount Morris

HCR

$400,000.00

Finger Lakes

Livingston

Village of Dansville

HCR

$200,000.00

Finger Lakes

Livingston

Village of Geneseo

HCR

$410,000.00

Finger Lakes

Livingston

Village of Mount Morris

Village of Mount Morris Housing Rehabilitation Program Village of Nunda Water System Improvement Program Portageville Bridge Replacement

HCR

$400,000.00

Finger Lakes

Livingston

Village of Nunda

HCR

$309,000.00

Finger Lakes

Livingston, Wyoming

Norfolk Southern Railway

DOT

$2,000,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

AJL Manufacturing Inc.

AJLExpansion

ESD

$287,715.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc. Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc. Caldwell Manufacturing Company North America, LLC Carriage Factory Special Needs Apartments L.P.

Monroe HOME Program

HCR

$500,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Calkins Corners

HCR

$9,122,061.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Various Skills Upgrading Training Carriage Factory Special Needs Apartments

DOL

$48,600.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

HCR

$3,346,665.00

Region
Finger Lakes

County
Monroe

Applicant
City of Rochester

Project Title
Port of Rochester Redevelopment Project

Description
The Port of Rochester Redevelopment Project includes the construction of a marina along the Genesee River at its juncture with Lake Ontario. Road and walkway improvements will enhance access to the marina and other improvements planned for Port of Rochester area. Pervious pavement will also be installed in select parking lanes along Corrigan Street, as well as the drop-o loop in front of the Terminal Building. The City of Rochester will complete designs for a public promenade along the Genesee River with a pedestrian ramp to connect to the Court Street Bridge. The promenade will establish connection to the larger Genesee Gateway Trail System. Training for 47 employees of this advanced manufacturer of medical optics devices to improve skills in ve speci c areas - Lean Manufacturing "Yellow Belt", Team Process, Project Management, Internal Auditor, and Rockwell Factory Talk. Training is expected to improve performance and increase competitiveness. Training for 24 Rochester, NY employees on an updated Enterprise Resource Planning software package. New construction of 40 rental units for seniors in the Town of Henrietta. The Finger Lakes Health System Acency will hire “Health Advocates,” who are medical professionals trained to work with patients who are deemed medically most at-risk with high blood pressure levels. Training for 24 unemployed Rochester, NY workers in Value Added Processing to prepare them for a career in the food processing industry. Training for 12 employees in Continuing Education for CFO, Crystal Reports Commercial Electric Wiring, Small Gasoline Engine Troubleshooting and Repair, Commercial Pesticide Certi cation, and Modern Plumbing; IT technology , Point of Sale System, QuickBooks 2011. Acquisition and rehabilitation of 60 units on scattered sites in the City of Rochester.

Agency
EFC DOS

Total CFA Award $943,545.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

City of Rochester

Promenade at Erie Harbor

DOS

$240,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Coopervision, Inc.

Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL

$29,870.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Cross Bros Co, Inc.

Resource Planning Software Training Rockwood Center at Brentland Woods 2011 High Blood Pressure Collaborative for the Finger Lakes Region Food Worker Training

DOL

$48,125.00 $498,905.00 $300,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Episcopal Senior Life Communities Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency

HCR

Finger Lakes

Monroe

ESD

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Foodlink, Inc.

DOL

$50,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Genesee Country Museum

Various Skills Upgrade Training

DOL

$4,864.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Greater Rochester PartnersHome Improvement Program HDFC Habitat for Humanity NYS

HOME Rochester 2011-2012

HCR

$1,100,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

HFH-NYS AHC 2011 Home Improvement Program Business Accelerator

Home improvement of approximately 12 units on scattered sites in the City of Rochester. High Technology of Rochester to construct a new business incubator and then connect to several outlying smaller facilites to coordinate edgling tech start ups. New construction of 25 single-family in ll rental houses in northeast Rochester.

HCR

$50,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

High Tech Rochester Inc.

ESD

$2,500,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Ibero-American Development Corporation

El Camino Estates Phase II

HCR

$1,726,241.00

Finger Lakes
Region
Finger Lakes

County
Monroe

Applicant
Lauramar Corporation

Project Title
On the Job Training in Plumbing

Description
The Lauramar Corporation will provide on-the-job training to 5 to 10 longterm unemployed Rochester residents interested in learning about residential and commercial plumbing. The company will also provide training to enhance the skills of their technicians. Train 16 computer programmers in Rochester in business intelligence toolsets. The graduates can certify as IBM Cognos Reporting, Business Intelligence, and Framework Manager consultants. Make accessibility improvements, with grants of up to $25,000 to 10 homes of persons with physical disabilities, disabled veterans and frail elderly in the City of Rochester. The Town of Brighton will carry out a green street retro t of a portion of Monroe Avenue by installing stormwater street trees, bioretention, porous-pavement sidewalks, rain gardens, and riparian bu ers. By reducing stormwater pollution and controlling water over ows, the green street retro t will help revitalize the town center. The success of this project will demonstrate the e ectiveness and feasibility of green infrastructure practices for other communities in New York. Acquisition and rehabilitation of 30 units on scattered sites in the City of Rochester. Rehab will consist of structural and foundation repairs, replacement/repair of windows, doors, roofs, furnaces and electrical plumbing systems. Project consists of tting up space in Building 308 at the Eastman Business Park in Rochester, along with purchase and installation of equipment that is required to build, test and characterize batteries and energy storage devices. Passero Associates is a full-service professional consulting rm in Rochester that provides extensive engineering, architecture and surveying services The rm will develop the technical skills of 25 employees in an e ort to improve the rm’s quality of deliverables and improve nancial performance. Qualicoat will provide Blue Print Reading Training on-site to three employees so they can produce a more accurate and higher quality product. Construct a 15,000 square facility expansion and renovation to address growth in sales, products, and accommodate new product launches. This company, located in Henrietta, will train 20 workers to assemble products, use complex measurement techniques and test equipment.

Agency
DOL

Total CFA Award $50,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

LPA Systems, Inc.

Business Intelligence Training

DOL

$29,760.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Marketview Heights Association, Inc.

Mid-Hudson Access to Home II

HCR

$200,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Monroe County

Monroe Avenue Retro t Green Streets Project

EFC

$1,565,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

NCS Community Development Corp.

NCS 2011 AHC PurchaseRehabilitation Program

HCR

$1,050,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium Inc. Passero Associates, Engineering, Architecture & Surveying, P.C.

NYBEST Battery and Energy Storage Product Commercialization Center Professional Technical Skills Upgrade Training

ESD

$3,500,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

DOL

$35,890.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Qualicoat, Inc.

Blue Print Reader Training

DOL

$2,460.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Qualitrol Co LLC

Fairport expansion

ESD

$700,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Rochester Precision Optics

Precision Optics Assembly Training

DOL

$50,000.00

Region
Finger Lakes

County
Monroe

Applicant
Seneca Park Zoo Society

Project Title
Zoo Education Complex

Description
The Seneca Park Zoo Society will restore and expand its education facility. A twounit Education Complex will be created in two separate areas of the Zoo. One of these modular structures will be located at the front of the Zoo and be utilized for education animal housing. The other modular structure will be located across from the interactive building and classrooms and serve as education program o ces. Currently, both the education animal housing and education o ces coexist in the same, out-of-date trailer structure. Acquisition and rehabilitation of approximately ve detached single-family homes in the southwest and southeast quadrants of Rochester. This project would support Sutherland Global Services to expand operations at the Rochester Tech Park Facility in the Town of Gates and also at existing Monroe County locations, allowing an increase within its back o ce life cycle management service operation. This project will includes funding for costs including xtures, equipment and new employee training.

Agency
OPRHP

Total CFA Award $399,370.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

South Wedge Planning

Southside Purchase-Rehab Program Rochester Tech Park 2

HCR

$175,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Sutherland Global Services, Inc.

ESD

$900,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Thermo Fisher Scienti c

Master Molder Program

Training for 16 Rochester, NY manufacturing DOL technicians and engineers in Scienti c Injection Molding methods for to reduce plastic consumption, plastic waste and energy consumption. Training includes testing and tracked implementation of skills through projects and reviews. The Town of Ogden will develop the OPRHP rst park on the canal in the Town. Improvements will include an 80-foot-long long boat dock, lamp posts and xtures, electric outlets for exhibitor tents, benches/ seating, picnic tables, 3 future pavilions with public restrooms, bicycle and cross country ski racks, and public access for boating and ice skating. Shaded picnicking areas with picnic tables and grills will also be provided. The park will be designed and constructed for four-season recreational activities. Creation of a Health Sciences Center for ESD Computational Innovation on the University of Rochester's campus. New construction of eight units to be located on an in ll in the historic Corn Hill neighborhood in the City of Rochester. HCR

$33,600.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Town of Ogden

Town of Ogden Heritage Trail and Park

$275,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

University of Rochester

Health Center Science Center for Computational Innovation Corn Hill Town Homes

$5,000,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Urban League of Rochester Economic Development Corp. Urban League of Rochester Economic Development Corp. Village of Fairport IDA

$250,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Focused Investment Acquisition/ Rehabilitation II Canalside Promenade Repairs and Improvements

Purchase, rehabilitate and resell homes in Rochester, addressing health and safety issues in 10 homes that will be made a ordable to potential homebuyer. The Fairport canalfront receives 250,000 visitors annually and represents over $5 million in private sector (mostly small business) investment. Funding will go toward landscaping, boater services, and other canalside improvements

HCR

$600,000.00

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Canals

$134,238.00

Finger Lakes
Region
Finger Lakes

County
Monroe

Applicant
Village of Spencerport

Project Title
Heritage Trail and Park

Description

Agency

Total CFA Award $74,992.50

This project builds on existing canalside Canals improvements and adds space for additional festival vendors, increasing revenue opportunities for local and regional businesses Rehabilitate and revitalize 29 commercial and 37 residential units in mixed-use buildings in the business district of the Town/Village of East Rochester, including streetscape improvements. Greater Rochester Enterprise to initiate an internal regional harvesting and economic gardening program for the nine Finger Lakes counties. HCR

Finger Lakes

Monroe

Village/Town of East Rochester

Downtown East Rochester Revitalization Initiative Economic Gardening

$500,000.00

Finger Lakes

" Ontario, Monroe, Orleans, Genesee, Wyoming, Livingston, Yates, Seneca, and Wayne “ Ontario

Greater Rochester Enterprise

ESD

$200,000.00

Finger Lakes

City of Canandaigua

City of Canandaigua Multi-Unit Housing program Canandaigua Downtown Streetscape Green Streets Project

Renovate 42 low and moderate income units within the Thompson Apartments in the City of Canandaigua. The City of Canandaigua’s Downtown Streetscape Project will construct rain gardens along three blocks of Canandaigua’s central business district. Rain gardens slow down the rush of water from hard surfaces, holding water for a short period of time and allowing it to naturally soak into the ground. Through this kind of sustainable infrastructure, the project will revitalize and beautify the downtown business district and encourage business investment and growth. e2e Materials, Inc. is a venture-backed, four year old clean-tech start-up that develops, designs, engineers and produces sustainable biocomposite products that replace high-volume wood/wood composite materials in applications such as cabinetry, furniture and automotive components. The project is to establish a full-scale production facility with requisite equipment and machinery at a site in the Town of Geneva. Continuing redevelopment of its lakefront, the City of Geneva will design and construct the Finger Lakes Boating Museum and Visitors Center on Seneca Lake. Assist in the expansion of 12ve Degrees Corporation, doing business as Vere Sandal Company (Vere) in the City of Geneva, ceating 7 jobs, 86% of which will bene t low- and moderate- income New Yorkers. Establish the Geneva Microenterprise Assistance Program, assisting at least 7 microbusinesses in the City of Geneva and creating at least 15 jobs.

HCR

$400,000.00

Finger Lakes

Ontario

City of Canandaigua

EFC

$385,000.00

Finger Lakes

Ontario

e2e Materials, Inc.

e2e Materials Inc

ESD

$1,250,000.00

Finger Lakes

Ontario

City of Geneva

Finger Lakes Boating Museum

DOS

$450,000.00

Finger Lakes

Ontario

City of Geneva

12ve Degrees Corporation

HCR

$100,000.00

Finger Lakes

Ontario

City of Geneva

Geneva Microenterprise Assistance Program

HCR

$200,000.00

Region
Finger Lakes

County
Ontario

Applicant
Friends of Ganondagan, Inc.

Project Title
Ganondagan Art and Education Center

Description
The Friends of Ganondagan will construct and help operate a 15,654 square-foot, year-round Seneca Arts and Cultural Center at Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor. Ganondagan was the location of the largest Seneca town in the 17th century. The Cultural Center will be located a short walk from the reconstructed full scale 17th Century Seneca Bark Longhouse—a traditional Iroquois dwelling that housed multiple families. The center will include a gallery for historic and art exhibits; orientation theater for educational lms and multimedia; auditorium for lectures, lms, performances, and events; classroom for education; and administrative spaces. Training to upgrade the work skills of 11 employees in the Materials Department. The plan includes courses in master planning, scheduling, execution and control and strategic management. It aims to improve operations, stabilize schedules, balance factory loading, maintain just-intime inventories, and improve relations with suppliers. Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion State Historic Park will replace clay tiles and install gutters on the interior of the Roman Bath. Located in the heart of Canandaigua’s historic district, Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion State Historic Park features an 1887 Queen Anne-style mansion and nine formal gardens on a 50 acre estate. Replacing the clay tiles on the Roman Bath’s roof and installing a gutter and drainage system will slow the deterioration process and prevent further loss. Training for 60 unemployed Canandaiguaarea workers in Clean Room Operator, Nurse Assistant/Home Health Aide, National Federation Certi cate in Customer Service, and the National Association of Restaurants ServSafe I and II. Conduct emergency repairs to senior residences in Ontario and Wayne Counties.

Agency
OPRHP

Total CFA Award $400,000.00

Finger Lakes

Ontario

Gorbel, Inc.

Advancing Productivity Innovation and Competitive Success Training

DOL

$33,000.00

Finger Lakes

Ontario

Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park

Roman Bath Stabilization Project

OPRHP

$43,000.00

Finger Lakes

Ontario

Finger Lakes Community College

Training the Unemployed in the Finger Lakes

DOL

$50,000.00

Finger Lakes

Ontario, Wayne

Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc. Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc.

Ontario & Wayne RESTORE

HCR

$75,000.00

Finger Lakes

Ontario, Wayne

Ontario/Wayne/ Yates/Monroe AtH

Make Accessibility improvements to the homes of persons with physical disabilities and persons who are frail elderly in Monroe, Ontario, Wayne, and Yates Counties. Grants of up to $25,000 to quali ed applicants will assist 16 households. The Community Action of Orleans & Genesee Job Skills Training Project will provide comprehensive business skills training to 40 eligible Orleans and Genesee County unemployed individuals. Participants will receive formal class instruction using established CA Work Experience Course Curriculum, and will receive hands-on experience by working as interns at the CA Main Street Store in the Village of Albion. Instruction will target the top 10 percent of the projected job openings in the geographical area over the next few years.

HCR

$300,000.00

Finger Lakes

Orleans

Community Action of Orleans & Genesee

Comprehensive Business Skills Training

DOL

$41,600.00

Finger Lakes
Region
Finger Lakes

County
Orleans

Applicant
Village of Holley

Project Title
Save-A-Lot Grocery

Description
Assist in the start-up of the HJP Food Center Save-a-Lot in the Village of Holley, creating 13 new jobs, of which 85% will be made available to low-to-moderate income individuals. Rehabilitate 13 buildings with 12 commercial and 4 residential units in the Business District of the Town of Albion. $50,000 of the award will be dedicated to streetscape enhancements to help attract tourists. Rehabilitate 12 homes and replace two mobile homes in Seneca County.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $171,167.00

Finger Lakes

Orleans

Town of Albion

Albion NY Main Street 2011

HCR

$477,000.00

Finger Lakes

Seneca

Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc.

Seneca HOME Program

HCR

$400,000.00

Finger Lakes

Seneca

Seneca BioEnergy, Seneca AgBio LLC Green Energy Park

Seneca AgBio Green Energy Park will receive low-cost nancing for infrastructure development at former Army depot site in Seneca County to accommodate expanding manufacturing operations related to renewable energy, enhanced agriculture and environmental sustainability. Seneca Falls is a designated Canal Harbor in the NYS Canal Recreationway Plan and this CFA funds improvements consistent with the Finger Lakes REDC strategic goals for tourism in the region Rehabilitate and revitalize 7 commercial and 9 residential units in mixed-use buildings in the business district of the of Town of Seneca Falls. Train seven sta members in subjects that broaden their skills to expand program o erings. They will help serve more clients through existing programs, or o er new programs to meet housing needs in the service area. Preservation and rehabilitation of 97 units of Section 8 senior a ordable housing in the Village of Palmyra. Optimax Systems Inc is an advanced manufacturing optics rm. The project will provide upgraded skills training to 65 existing employees. The training includes Master Cam Multi-Axis class which will introduce the concepts and principles of Multi-Axis machining and Advanced Parts and Assembly, Solid Works Essentials, and Solid Works Drawing courses o ered by CADimensions. Assist in the expansion of Optimax Systems, Inc. in the Town of Ontario, creating 30 jobs, 53% of which will bene t low- and moderate- income New Yorkers. The Ontario Midland Railroad will rehabilitate the main line track between Sodus and North Rose to restore rail service to businesses along the line. Track conditions in this area deteriorated to the point that the railroad cannot be safely operated.

ESD

$7,000,000.00

Finger Lakes

Seneca

Town of Seneca Falls

Canal Harbor Improvement Project

Canals

$148,830.00

Finger Lakes

Seneca

Town of Seneca Falls

Central Business District Revitalization Program Worker Skills Upgrading

HCR

$460,448.00

Finger Lakes

Wayne

Community Action in Self Help, Inc.

DOL

$15,940.00

Finger Lakes

Wayne

Conifer

Towpath Preservation Apartments Advanced Optics Manufacturing Skill Training

HCR

$1,030,894.00 $48,050.00

Finger Lakes

Wayne

Optimax Systems, Inc.

DOL

Finger Lakes

Wayne

Town of Ontario

Optimax

HCR

$250,000.00

Finger Lakes

Wayne

Ontario Midland Railroad Corp.

Main Line Track Rehabilitation, Sodus to Northrose

DOT

$1,658,009.70

Region
Finger Lakes

County
Wyoming

Applicant
The Friends of Letchworth State Park

Project Title
Signage for the Clan Trail between the Museum and the Council Grounds

Description
The Friends of Letchworth State Park will develop and install signage along the Clan Trail at the Council Grounds in Letchworth State Park. This signage will enhance the interpretation and understanding of the role of the Seneca Indian Nation in Western New York for the park visitor and especially the school children who study this local history in the 4th grade Social Studies curriculum in New York State. Improvements to the the Sewer District No. 1 in the Town of Savannah which will bene t 52 residents. Improve commercial and residential mixed use buildings in the Town of Warsaw, rehabilitating 12 building with 15 residential and 19 commercial units. Decommission the existing wastewater treatment facility in the Village of Wolcot and connect to the Wayne County Regional Treatment Facility in Red Creek.

Agency
OPRHP

Total CFA Award $3,000.00

Finger Lakes

Wayne

Town of Savannah

Town of Savannah Sewer District No. 1 Improvements Downtown Warsaw Revitalization Program Village of Wolcott Wastewater System Improvements Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES Certi ed Nurse Assistant Program RESTORE Wyoming 2011 Village of Silver Springs Water System Improvements Yates Community Housing Development Organization Program Yates HOME Program

HCR

$600,000.00 $500,000.00

Finger Lakes

Wyoming

Town of Warsaw

HCR

Finger Lakes

Wayne

Village of Wolcott

HCR

$600,000.00

Finger Lakes

Wayne

Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES

24 adult learners will train to be New York DOL State Certi ed Nurse Assistants in the Finger Lakes Region. Training will encompass classroom training and hands-on, clinical experience. Conduct emergency housing repairs or elderly or frail elderly homeowners in Wyoming County. Repair and upgrade municipal water system of the Village of Silver Springs. HCR

$42,251.00

Finger Lakes

Wyoming

Wyoming County Community Action, Inc. Village of Silver Springs

$75,000.00 $450,000.00

Finger Lakes

Wyoming

HCR

Finger Lakes

Yates

Keuka Housing Council, Inc.

Improve and preserve homes and communities in Yates County, and resell homes to low-income rst-time homebuyers. Rehabilitate 12 homes and replace two mobile homes in Yates County.

HCR

$120,000.00

Finger Lakes

Yates

Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc. Document Reprocessors of New York, Inc. Finger Lakes Cultural & Natural History Museum

HCR

$400,000.00

Finger Lakes

Yates

Document Restoration Finger Lakes Museum Phase 1

Renovation of existing building to house production facilities for cleaning, scanning and reproduction of documents. The Finger Lakes Museum is proposed as the premier natural and cultural resource dedicated to the enjoyment, education and stewardship of the Finger Lakes Region and to fresh water conservation around the world. The rst step in renovating a former elementary school building will be the installation of a green roof, covering the roof with vegetation and a drainage system to absorb rainfall and limit stormwater runo , as well as restoring and protecting adjacent stream banks. Establish a homebuyer program for low income homebuyers in Yates County, providing down payment, closing cost assistance and rehabilitation to homes for income quali ed homebuyers.

ESD

$750,000.00 $2,281,000.00

Finger Lakes

Yates

ESD EFC OPRHP

Finger Lakes

Yates

Keuka Housing Council, Inc.

Yates-Ontario HOMEbuyer 2011

HCR

$432,000.00

Finger Lakes
Region
Finger Lakes

County
Yates

Applicant
Mabrouka Properties II LLC

Project Title
International Food

Description
Project involves the purchase and re-opening of a former foods facility. Mabrouka will purchase and install equipment necessary to support a large food manufacturing business. Activities will include receipt and storage of bulk shipments of raw material foods (olive oil, olives, capers, sardines, other specialty foods, wines, liquers and other raw materials) much of which will be imported from overseas. Assist 77 low-and moderate income persons with the purchase of a home in Yates County. 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. NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs o er New York businesses solutions to improve energy e ciency 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 building. The FlexTech program can o er energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process E ciency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing e ciency.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $401,010.00

Finger Lakes

Yates

Yates County

Yates County Homeownership Program Excelsior Jobs Program

HCR

$750,000.00 $1,666,666.67

Finger Lakes

ESD

Finger Lakes

NYSERDA received 62 applications

NYSERDA

Finger Lakes Total

$68,793,317.96

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

Central New York
$ million awarded to projects

Region
Central New York

County
Cayuga

Applicant
Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc. Canal Society of NYS Cayuga County Homsite Development Corp. Cayuga Marketing, L.L.C.

Project Title
Cayuga HOME Program

Description
Rehabilitate 14 homes in Cayuga County.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $400,000.00

Central New York

Cayuga

Port Byron Old Erie Canal Heritage Park Mobile HOME Replacement For Cayuga County DDiMAI Training

This historic restoration is the only project in the country envisioned to allow direct access from a controlled access highway. Replace 6 dilapidated mobile homes in Cayuga County.

Canals

$150,000.00 $324,000.00

Central New York

Cayuga

HCR

Central New York

Cayuga

Existing association of dairy producers will create a new company and construct a 106,000 square foot. milk and dairy ingredients processing facility. New products will displace foreign imports, create new export opportunities, and increase pro tability. Expansion project requires the construction of up to 40,000 square feet of manufacturing space in addition to 16,00 square feet of warehouse space, and the purchase of equipment. Address emergency housing repair needs in Cayuga County. Improve housing conditions throughout the City of Auburn and Cayuga County. Demolition of 11 blighted and deteriorated buildings, the rehabilitation of 12 units, and the new construction of 23 units in the City of Auburn. The Howland Stone Store Museum will stabilize and rehabilitate for re-use 'Opendore,' a late 19th/early 20th century residence in the historic Hamlet of Sherwood for use as a museum and public meeting space. Also known as the Isabel Howland House, ‘Opendore’ was the gracious Howland family home where, a century ago, Isabel Howland and her family hosted numerous important public rallies promoting women's rights and other social justice activities. Construct a 15,300 square foot arts, education and performance center and a 10,000 square foot scenic design and set production facility on the site of a former downtown Auburn building that was demolished for this project.

ESD

$4,022,845.00

Central New York

Cayuga

Currier Plastics Inc.

2011 Expansion

ESD

$1,000,000.00

Central New York Central New York Central New York

Cayuga Cayuga Cayuga

Homsite Fund, Inc. Homsite Fund, Inc. Housing Visions Consultants, Inc.

HOME Repair for Cayuga County HOME Repair For Cayuga County S.E. Payne Cornerstone

HCR HCR HCR

$75,000.00 $700,000.00 $3,170,000.00

Central New York

Cayuga

Howland Stone Store Museum

Opendore Stabilization and Rehabilitation Project

OPRHP

$400,000.00

Central New York

Cayuga

Musical Theatre Festival

Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival

ESD

$751,450.00

Central New York
Region
Central New York

County
Cayuga

Applicant
Town of Aurelius

Project Title
Construction of the Aurelius Wastewater Pump Station

Description
Assist the Town of Aurelius in the design, construction, and commission of the Parallel Wastewater Pump Station adjacent to the existing Town of Aurelius Ellis Drive Wastewater Pump Station, creating 52 FTE jobs, of which a minimum of 51% will bene t low- and moderate- income New Yorkers. The Town of Springport will draft a comprehensive plan to achieve rural character preservation, waterfront revitalization, economic development, agricultural development, farmland protection, open space preservation, environmental protection, and growth management. Assist in the expansion of ALPLA, Inc. in the City of Cortland, creating 12 jobs, of which 8 will bene t low- and moderate- income New Yorkers. Assist in purchase of 2 or 3-unit housing properties in City of Cortland. Assistance will provide for acquisition and subsequent rehabilitation assistance to seven applicants and result in development of 19 units, at least 12 of which will be occupied by low- and moderate-income households. Construction of a new rail siding to accommodate a manufacturing investment by Bestdeck in its Preble facilities, and to enhance e orts to develop other nearby parcels at the north end of Cortland County. The project will comprise construction of a 1,781 foot rail siding from the New York Susquehanna & Western’s main line to the Bestdeck manufacturing facility. Remodeling of the Cortland Business Innovation Center as a venue for SUNY Cortland entrepreneurship training and as a hub for a multi-agency e ort to incubate startup businesses and to provide business-related internship opportunities for students. Acquisition and rehabilitation of 15 units located on scattered sites in Cortland County.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $750,000.00

Central New York

Cayuga

Town of Springport

Springport Comprehensive Plan

DOS

$100,000.00

Central New York

Cortland

City of Cortland

ALPLA, Inc

HCR

$132,000.00

Central New York

Cortland

City of Cortland

City of Cortland Multi-Family Acquisition Rehabilitation Program

HCR

$400,000.00

Central New York

Cortland

Cortland County IDA

Best Deck

ESD

$350,000.00

Central New York

Cortland

Cortland Downtown Partnership

Cortland Business Innovation Center

ESD

$500,000.00

Central New York

Cortland

Cortland Housing Assistance Council Lime Hollow Nature Center, Inc.

Cortland County AHC PurchaseRehabilitation Program Osbeck Acquisition

HCR

$375,000.00

Central New York

Cortland

Lime Hollow Nature Center will acquire a 31.9acre parcel that lies directly north of existing land owned by Lime Hollow. Acquisition of this property will provide direct access to the Chicago Bog from the Cortland County Linear Park, and o ers additional native habitat that will supplement both Lime Hollow's environmental education opportunities and Wildlife Safety Zones—which prohibit hunting, shing, trapping, or motorized vehicles, allowing only for hiking, nature study, and photography. The New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway will construct a new transload terminal in the City of Cortland. The facility will provide Central New York businesses with access to rail transportation without making a large capital investment. It will provide service to companies that do not have a rail line into their facilities but use/ship large quantities of material.

OPRHP

$53,308.00

Central New York

Cortland

The New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway Corp.

Cortland Transload Terminal

DOT

$917,442.00

Region
Central New York

County
Cortland

Applicant
Town of Cortlandville

Project Title
Town of Cortlandville Housing Rehabilitation Program Town of Marathon Housing Rehabilitation Program Village of Homer Housing Rehabilitation Program Aquaculture Greenhouse

Description
Rehabilitate 13 owner-occupied severely substandard housing units in the Town of Cortlandville. Twenty-nine low- and moderate-income persons will bene t from the assistance. Rehabilitate 13 owner-occupied severely substandard housing units in the Town of Marathon. Rehabilitate 11 owner-occupied severely substandard housing units located in the Village of Homer. Johnson Brothers Lumber will partner with SUNY Morrisville to construct a demonstrationscale greenhouse and aquaculture facility at the Madison County ARE Park as an add-on to the company's lumber drying kilns using renewable resources. Establishment of a new winery and community farm on 58 acres, including new construction, purchase of machinery and equipment, and site improvements to support wine production, tastings, farm and winery tours, and other events to promote regional tourism and agribusiness.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $400,000.00

Central New York

Cortland

Town of Marathon

HCR

$400,000.00

Central New York

Cortland

Village of Homer

HCR

$400,000.00

Central New York

Madison

Madison County IDA

ESD

$150,000.00

Central New York

Madison

Owera Vineyards LLC

Owera Vineyards

ESD

$994,000.00

Central New York

Madison

Madison County

Madison County Microenterprise Assistance Program NY Beef Farmer's Cooperative

Establish the Madison County Microenterprise HCR Grant Program, assisting a minimum of 6 microbusinesses in the County and creating 6 jobs. Assist in the start-up of NY Beef Farmers’ Cooperative’s operations in Madison County, creating 10 jobs, of which 60% will be made available to low-to-moderate income individuals. 36 current employees of this company located in Cazenovia will receive training in Supervisory Leadership, Crucial Conversations, Situational Leadership, Microsoft Access Level I, Microsoft Access Level II, and Advanced Welding. Conduct emergency housing repairs for very low income elderly homeowners in Madison County. A green roof will be constructed on roughly half of the upper level of the Gateway Building on the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) campus. The green roof will include native plant species, observation decks, and gathering spaces. ESF will use the green roof as a focal point in laboratory and studio experiences. Pre-development work to support future private development of up to 28 acres in the City of Syracuse Inner Harbor Area, including environmental remediation, public infrastructure improvements, and capital improvements. HCR

$200,000.00

Central New York

Madison

Madison County

$250,239.00

Central New York

Madison

Marquardt Switches, Inc.

Leadership and General Business Skill Training

DOL

$47,700.00

Central New York

Madison

Stoneleigh Housing, Inc. SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry

Stoneleigh Housing RESTORE 2011 SUNY ESF Gateway Building Green Roof

HCR

$75,000.00 $413,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

EFC

Central New York

Onondaga

City of Syracuse

Inner Harbor Project

ESD

$3,000,000.00

Central New York
Region
Central New York

County
Onondaga

Applicant
City of Syracuse

Project Title
Syracuse International Airport: Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

Description
Syracuse Airport will improve its passenger terminal to house the new Emergency Operations Center (EOC). The new, larger and better equipped EOC will aid in the organizational and community preparation for response to and recovery from disasters and community crisis in accordance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requirements. This project is aimed at establishing a state of the art marketing facility, development laboratory and engineering center for Cooper Crouse Hinds. The new test equipment will provide the company with the ability to better develop modern LED lighting products and new, more e cient products for use in hazardous area electrical power distribution systems. Environmental remediation and renovation of two existing vacant o ce buildings (Merchants Bank building constructed in 1961; and Snow Building constructed in 1888) into 66 market rate apartments, 26,000 square feet of commercial space, and a 33,000 square foot garage. Grocery expansion into an Urban Food & Healthcare Center in conjunction with St. Joseph's Hospital to stress healthy food, provide nutritional education, health screenings, and access to healthcare in Syracuse's impoverished Near West Side neighborhood. This project will enhance the safety of Skaneateles Airport by replacing failed taxiway pavement. The project also includes construction of a hangar and electric feed improvements. These enhancements will help the airport maintain and attract business users and provide safe operations. This project supports the build out and equipment of un nished spaces at the headquarters of the Syracuse Center of Excellence Labs into R&D facilities, including a multimodal transportation facility that will be a platform for R&D on sustainable transportation. UHC will locate its regional center to 30,000 square feet of currently available o ce and storefront space in downtown Syracuse. Make accessibility improvements, with grants of up to $25,000, to 20 homes with individuals with disabilities, disabled veterans, and frail elderly, who are at risk of placement in a long-term care facility, in the City of Syracuse. Will o er 24 courses to 32 Syracuse, NY employees. These courses include multiples areas within Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Computer Aided Design (CAD). Design and construction of the City of Syracuse Multi-Modal Transportation Center (MMTC), including 760 parking spaces, to replace an existing extremely deteriorated parking garage located within the City's Federal Empowerment Zone and the CBD.

Agency
DOT

Total CFA Award $810,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Cooper CrouseHinds LLC

Development Laboratory and Engineering Center

ESD

$298,966.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Merchants Commons, LLC

Merchants Commons

ESD

$837,500.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Nojaim Inc.

Urban Food Health Center

ESD

$1,000,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Skaneateles Aerodrome, LLC

Skaneateles Aerodrome: Taxiway Replacement, Hangar Construction, and Electrical Feed NYERIC labs

DOT

$597,080.80

Central New York

Onondaga

Syracuse University

ESD

$3,000,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

United Healthcare Services, Inc. Arise Child and Family Service, Inc.

UHC Downtown Syracuse Project Syracuse Access to Home Program

ESD

$1,902,414.00 $300,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

HCR

Central New York

Onondaga

C&S Engineers, Inc.

Computer Aided Modeling and Design Training Parking Garage

DOL

$13,128.00

Central New York

Onondaga

City of Syracuse

ESD

$1,600,000.00

Region
Central New York

County
Onondaga

Applicant
C-Speed LLC

Project Title
C Speeds CNY Advanced Technology Manufacturing Center Expansion

Description
C Speed will expand it's current manufacturing location or purchase a new, larger building in the Liverpool area.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $1,528,200.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Discovery Center Discovery of Science & Center Building Technology Restoration

The Discovery Center of Science and Technology will restore several excessively aged and deteriorated building components of the Armory Square Historic District’s 1907/1930 NYS Armory. The areas requiring replacement and/or restoration include all built up roo ng and masonry parapets, IMAX theater, o ce, and public areas; ornate interior wood co ered ceilings and lighting damaged by water penetration; and all original wood windows, wrought iron window grating and paneled wood entry doors. Acquisition and rehabilitation of 25 singlefamily and ve two-family homes located on scattered sites throughout Onondaga County. " Rehabilitate vacant properties or newly construct homes for rst-time homebuyers in the City of Syracuse. 7 existing substandard single family units and 3 two-family homes and 7 units that will be sold to 17 low-income households who are rst-time homebuyers. " Preservation and rehabilitation of 150-unit Mitchell-Lama project for seniors in the Village of North Syracuse. New construction of 50 supportive rental units for homeless persons and families in Syracuse. This company, which serves people across Central New York and Finger Lakes Region, will train 18 engineers in network security, email and collaboration, project planning, remote access and network management. James St Apartments will receive low-cost nancing to acquire and rehabilitate 83 a ordable housing units in Syracuse. Greenway Apartments will receive low-cost nancing to acquire and rehabilitate 208 a ordable housing units in Baldwinsville. The Downspout Disconnection Program will remove stormwater from the combined sewer by capturing run-o from existing downspout connections attached to Interstate Highway 690 corridor in the city of Syracuse, NY. The program will serve as a pilot for future disconnection projects and will remove a signi cant amount of storm water from the local sewer system. Home improvement of approximately 50 units on scattered sites in Onondaga County outside Syracuse. Acquisition and rehabilitation of 10 units on scattered sites in Onondaga County outside Syracuse.

OPRHP

$300,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Empire Housing & Development Corp. Home Headquarters, Inc.

Syracuse Purchase-Rehab Program Syracuse Neighborhood Revitalization Program 2011

HCR

$875,000.00 $1,000,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

HCR

Central New York

Onondaga

Home Leasing, LLC Housing Visions Unlimited IV4, Inc.

Centerville Court Apartments VanKeuren Square 1 IT Network Training

HCR

$3,349,255.00 $2,966,919.00 $49,115.00

Central New York Central New York

Onondaga Onondaga

HCR DOL

Central New York

Onondaga

NYS HFA

James St Apts

$9,000,000.00
HCR

Central New York

Onondaga

NYS HFA

Greenway Apartments Onondaga County Save the Rain Downspout Disconnection Program

$14,000,000.00 $472,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Onondaga County

EFC

Central New York

Onondaga

Onondaga County

Onondaga County Neighborhood Rehabilitation Program Onondaga County AHC PurchaseRehabilitation Program

HCR

$300,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Onondaga County

HCR

$300,000.00

Central New York
Region
Central New York

County
Onondaga

Applicant
Onondaga County Community Development Onondaga County Community Development Onondaga County IDA

Project Title
2011 Onondaga County Access to Home Program 2011 Onondaga County RESTORE

Description
Assist 25 households of persons with physical disabilities in Onondaga County in making accessibility improvements to their homes. Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly and frail elderly homeowners in Onondaga County. Construct infrastructure improvements needed to make the site shovel-ready, including a sewer line, wetland mitigation, and a new road lane and tra c signal. This was previously designated a Semi-NY/Chip Fab site. Construction of a new 3,500 square foot facility to support creation of a new urban food cooperative to provide fresh and healthy food from local/regional farmers and distributors as needed and service an existing "food desert" on the City of Syracuse's South Side. Acquisition and rehabilitation of 12 units on scattered sites throughout Southern Onondaga County. Construct a 104,000 square foot patient tower, including 110 private rooms, intensive care units, a 73,000 square foot surgical suite with 14 operating rooms, a 12,100 square foot central sterile, and a greenway corridor to Syracuse North Side businesses. CNY BRC, a bioscience incubator that is scheduled to open in June 2012, is a brown eld redevelopment project already underway in the heart of the city of Syracuse. This incubator will provide start-up laboratory and development space, currently in short supply and high demand across the region and the state.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $300,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

HCR

$75,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Clay Business Park

"ESD IDB"

$6,717,050.00

Central New York

Onondaga

S. Side Food Coop

Southside Food Cooperative Project

ESD

$394,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Southern Hills

Southern Hills First-Time Homebuyer Program Phase 2B Facility Expansion

HCR

$360,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

St Josephs Hospital Health

ESD

$2,500,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

SUNY Upstate Medical

CNY Biotechnology Research Center

ESD

$1,950,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Syracuse Center of Excellence

Syracuse CoE Green Streets

This project consists of bio-retention swales EFC and tree plantings on the streets adjacent to the Syracuse Center of Excellence headquarters at Syracuse University, adding value to the city of Syracuse’s plans for creating a bike boulevard on Water Street. The project will demonstrate green streets and urban brown eld redevelopment, providing opportunities to educate and train students in the development of green infrastructure. Redevelopment of 90 family rental units in the City of Syracuse. Training for 200 individuals enrolled in community-based job training programs with the foundational skills sets required for employment as measured by the NCRC and NWRC. University Neighborhood Preservation Association will restore the exterior of the abandoned and vacant Babcock-Shattuck Home, a historically signi cant property at the gateway of the University Neighborhood. HCR

$819,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Syracuse IV Star Redevelopment, LLC Syracuse University

Roosevelt & Hillside Apartments University College Online Workplace Readiness Program Babcock Shattuck Home Restoration

$1,251,530.00 $50,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

DOL

Central New York

Onondaga

University Neighborhood Preservation Association, Inc.

OPRHP

$200,000.00

Region
Central New York

County
Onondaga

Applicant
Upstate Properties Development

Project Title
former Kennedy Square housing

Description
Demolition and asbestos abatement of the remaining buildings on the former Kennedy Square housing complex near downtown Syracuse to prepare for redevelopment of the 8-acre site into mixed use of residential, commercial and research facilities. The Village of East Syracuse is working to reduce sanitary sewer over ows resulting, in part, from rooftop downspouts. This project will disconnect roof leaders and direct the runo into green infrastructure such as stormwater planters and rain gardens. This project creates a critical connection between a canal community park and the Canalway Trail. The project is consistent with CNYREDC Region-Wide Waterfront Revitalization Strategy. Welch Allyn of Central New York will upgrade the skills of 35 employees in the Toyota Production System. Develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for Central New York that will establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use. The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy e ciency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. Once the plan is completed, it is intended to inform municipal land use policies, guide both public and private resource investments in infrastructure and identify tangible actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Fulton Companies will expand so it can continue to develop and manufacture steam and hot water boilers and thermal uid heaters for commercial and industrial applications. Fulton is a leader is developing ultra-high e ciency condensing boilers for the commercial HVAC market. Huhtamaki will add two PMC1002 cup forming machines to its Fulton, NY facility to produce a new product line of cold cups. Address improvements to the West Side sewer outfall No. 2 at its Excess Flow Management Facility (EFMF) in the City of Oswego. Project will support the development and manufacturing of wind turbines. The Port of Oswego Authority will reconstruct roadways within the East Terminal to improve truck accessibility within the Port, rehabilitate the rail line that serves the East Terminal, and construct a secure, open-storage area to accommodate increased tra c and new commodities. Begin mitigating In ow & In ltration problems in the sanitary sewer system of the Village of Phoenix.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $3,600,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Village of East Syracuse

East Syracuse Roof Drain and Sump Pump Relocation

EFC

$279,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Village of Fayetteville

Canal Landing Park

Canals

$150,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga

Welch Allyn, Inc.

Lean Excellence NYS Consolidated Funding Regional Sustainability Plan

DOL

$17,500.00 $1,000,000.00

Central New York

Onondaga County

Onondaga County

NYSERDA

Central New York

Oswego

Fulton Thermal Corporation

Low Emissions Burner RD and Large Boiler Manufacturing

ESD

$349,000.00

Central New York

Oswego

Huhtamaki, Inc.

Cold Cups

ESD

$152,741.00 $300,000.00

Central New York

Oswego

City of Oswego

City of Oswego Westside Disinfection Project Kohilo wind turbine East Terminal Connector Project

HCR

Central New York Central New York

Oswego Oswego

Grassman Energy Port of Oswego Authority

ESD DOT

$716,500.00 $1,750,000.00

Central New York

Oswego

Village of Phoenix

Village of Phoenix Sanitary Sewer System Improvements

HCR

$400,000.00

Region
Central New York

County

Applicant
NYSERDA received 40 applications

Project Title

Description
NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs o er New York businesses solutions to improve energy e ciency 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 while. The FlexTech program can o er energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process E ciency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing e ciency.

Agency
NYSERDA

Total CFA Award

Central New York

Excelsior Jobs Program

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.

ESD

$15,000,000.00

Central NY Totals

$103,731,882.80

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

Mohawk Valley
$60.2 million awarded to 59 projects

Region
Mohawk Valley

County
Fulton

Applicant
City of Gloversville

Project Title
Housing Rehabilitation Program

Description
The City of Gloversville will use $400,000 in NYS CDBG funds to rehabilitate 11 single-family units and 6 multi-family units in a low income targeted area of the City. Forty-eight low- and moderate-income persons will bene t. Assist in the expansion of Fage USA Dairy (Fage Yogurt) in the City of Johnstown, creating 100 jobs, of which 90% will be made available to low-to-moderate income individuals. Transform the former Tryon juvenile detention facility into a job creating, tax generating business park. Shovel-ready sites will be created to attract businesses that will create new jobs. MH Stallman Company, a manufacturer of specialty foam products, will receive low-cost nancing to acquire and renovate the former Callaway Golf building in the Johnstown Industrial Park. Provide housing rehabilitation assistance to owner occupants and investor owners in the Center City business district and nearby dense neighborhoods in the City of Little Falls. Construct a new elevator serving senior and disabled residents of Rockton Plaza, a 64-unit senior housing high rise in the City of Little Falls. Improvement of approximately 14 units of housing on scattered sites in the Center City neighborhood in the City of Little Falls. DeIorio's will replace its smaller, older freezers with a new, larger energy e cient freezer. This freezer replacement project will also allow additional room for the company to create two new assembly lines to increase production of new products. This freezer expansion will allow the business to grow with its customer demand, bring new customers and increase product output. Renovate 26 low- and moderate-income homes in Herkimer County.

Agency Total CFA Award
HCR

$400,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Fulton

City of Johnstown

Fage USA Dairy

HCR

$750,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Fulton

Fulton County IDA

Tryon Technology Park and Incubator Center

ESD

$2,000,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Fulton

Fulton County IDA

MH Stallman Company

$5,000,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Herkimer

City of Little Falls

Center City Neighborhood Investment Program Senior Housing Access-Elevator Project Center City Neighborhood Investment Program Freezer Expansion

HCR

$330,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Herkimer

City of Little Falls

HCR

$400,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Herkimer

City of Little Falls

HCR

$184,800.00

Mohawk Valley

Herkimer

DeIorio Foods, Inc.

ESD

$300,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Herkimer

Herkimer County

Housing Rehabilitation Program for Seniors

HCR

$750,000.00

Mohawk Valley
Region
Mohawk Valley

County
Herkimer

Applicant
Herkimer County Community College Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency, Inc. Village of Frankfort

Project Title
Growing Healthcare Professional Program Herkimer County RESTORE Program

Description
The college will train 70 workers for careers in the healthcare eld.

Agency Total CFA Award
DOL

$25,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Herkimer

Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly homeowners in Herkimer County.

HCR

$75,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Herkimer

Marina Expansion Project

The Village of Frankfort will purchase underutilized property adjacent to the Frankfort Marina currently owned by the New York State Canal Corporation located between the Mohawk River and Railroad Street in the Village. Acquiring this 3-acre parcel will allow the Village to expand the Marina’s recreational opportunities to include campsites, a recreational trail, and two new boat and shing access points. The Frankfort Marina is a very popular community site hosting picnic areas, a boat dock with fueling station, open space for shing and hiking, restrooms, laundry facilities and a restaurant. Construction of multi-temperature warehouse, including o ce space used for the wholesale distributions of food and food service-related products. Assist in the expansion of Embassy Millworks, a wood milling operation that specializes in high end locker room construction, to acquire and renovate the long-vacant Mohasco Mill Complex in Amsterdam. Eliminate storm and sanitary cross connections in the the city of Amsterdam. This CFA funding provides relief from ood related damage to a prominent historic site and regional visitor attraction.

OPRHP

$113,812.00

Mohawk Valley

Montgomery

Quandt's Foodservice Distributors, Inc. City of Amsterdam

Quandts Foodservice

ESD

$903,021.00

Mohawk Valley

Montgomery

Embassy Millworks

HCR IDB

$1,300,000.00

Mohawk Valley Mohawk Valley

Montgomery Montgomery

City of Amsterdam NYS O ce of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation NYS O ce of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation ProTerra Lighting Inc.

Storm Sewer Separation Phase 2 Schoharie Crossing Parking Lot

HCR Canals

$600,000.00 $75,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Montgomery

Schoharie Crossing Signage

This CFA funding provides relief from ood related damage to a prominent historic site and regional visitor attraction.

Canals

$20,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Montgomery

ProTerra

The project will move the company's commercial and industrial LED manufacturing facility to a rented facility in Amsterdam from Brantford, ON. The City of Amsterdam will develop River Walk, providing a shoreline trail along the city's Mohawk River waterfront. Repair, refurbishment and installing new components for customer buses. Replace 9,350 feet of sewer collector pipe with new diameter pipe, from the Marcy NanoCenter site at Edic and River Roads, Marcy, NY to the Oneida County Sewage Treatment Plant on Leland Ave, Utica, NY. This project will develop and manufacture a sophisticated piece of ber optic test equipment. The device is an Optical Time Domain Re ectometer (OTDR).

ESD

$750,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Montgomery

City of Amsterdam

Waterfront Heritage Area Mohawk River Walk Oriskany Retro

DOS

$25,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Daimler Buses North America Inc. Economic Development Growth Enterprises Fiber Instrument Sales, Inc.

ESD

$80,000.00 $5,000,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Marcy Interceptor Sewer Upgrade

ESD

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Fiber Optic Test Instrument

ESD

$200,000.00

Region
Mohawk Valley

County
Oneida

Applicant
Homogeneous Metals, Inc.

Project Title
Capacity Expansion Plan

Description
Project will design, install and commission an additional production atomization tower, add dedicated screening equipment, and expand the machine shop. This Mohawk Valley company will provide this training for 36 unemployed New Yorkers in the following occupations: machinist, production operators (atomization & powder sizing), quality control technicians, welders, electricians, and material controllers. The overall development plan for Gri ss International Airport includes the reuse of former military hangars for civil aeronautical activities. This project involves the rehabilitation of a 28,000 square foot hangar building to allow the airport to service commercial aircraft. Aircraft servicing creates high-paying technical jobs in the community. Training for 15 employees in Marcy, NY to expand existing capabilities in nano-science and nanotechnology, including increasing existing capacity to manufacture miniature/ nano cutting tools. The City of Rome’s Little Italy Colonnade - Red, White, and Green Infrastructure project will use sustainable and innovative design techniques to create a living streetscape system that will enhance the aesthetics and pedestrian safety of Rome’s Little Italy Business District – Rome’s primary commercial corridor along the Erie Canal. Located in a Brown eld Opportunity Area, the project will expand the pedestrian greenway, add bio-retention areas to ease the aging and overburdened stormwater infrastructure and install a pedestrian/bike pathway. The City of Utica will construct green parking areas as part of the Brown eld Opportunity Area plan in Utica’s downtown. The work will include the construction and planting of bio-swales and rain gardens along with the installation of pervious surfaces to better control storm water run-o and maintain water quality. This CFA funding will build regional connectivity on the Canalway Trail by funding the construction of the section that will close the last gap through the City of Rome. Computer Chip Commercialization Center (CCCC) will be constructed adjacent to the academic core of SUNYIT. It will house clean rooms, o ces and laboratories. Expand the business/technology transfer model by augmenting the facility with equipment and the needed support and training. The interest in joint R&D and demonstration initiatives within Mohawk Valley area would grow signi cantly, attracting many national and small businesses to join in a major IT-Internet center in Rome. Network upgrade is needed to provide wideband research capabilities, as well as additional meet-me facility equipment, NYSERNET access and technical program management support to develop the integrated technical focus.

Agency Total CFA Award
ESD DOL

$478,605.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Oneida County

Gri ss International Airport: Rehabilitation of Hangar for Large Aircraft Maintenance Nano Technology Tool Manufacturing Training Little Italy Colonnade - Red, White, and Green Infrastructure

DOT

$2,700,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Advanced Tool, Inc.

DOL

$16,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

City of Rome

EFC

$459,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

City of Utica

Urban Green Infrastructure Project

EFC

$1,030,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

City of Rome

Muti-Use Trail

Canals

$50,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Ft Schuler Management Corp Gri ss Economic Development Corp

Marcy Technology Complex at SUNY IT Cybersecurity Accelerator

ESD

$15,000,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

ESD

$397,500.00

Mohawk Valley
Region
Mohawk Valley

County
Oneida

Applicant
Gri ss Local Development Corp

Project Title
Defense Contractor Facility

Description
Renovation of an existing 28,250 square foot airplane hangar at Gri ss International Airport, Rome, NY into a manufacturing site for a defense contractor that delivers its nished goods into an aircraft, typically a military cargo transport aircraft. The company would move 30 jobs from a midwestern state to Rome, NY over the course of 5 years, commencing with 20 jobs upon completion of renovation. Project is for 15 megawatt (thermal + electric) biomass combined heat power plant that will enable GUSC Energy Inc. to use biomass resources to generate steam and electricity for Gri ss Business and Technology Park (Rome NY) customers. Preservation of a NYS-supervised public housing project in City of Rome. Entry level employment training will be o ered at the Madison County One-Stop Career Center in Oneida to 45 adults. Training will prepare them to enter jobs in the manufacturing sector within the Central Region, including: a career research project, basic and industrial/shop mathematics, mechanical blueprint reading (including reading symbols and legends), measurement, geometric dimension and tolerance, basic computer operation, OSHA training, and work experience/job shadow. Local employers indicate that they have vacancies to ll and that these skills are lacking in the current pool of applicants transitioning from unemployment. The project will work directly with the employers who can provide job shadow experiences, which will lead to matching newly trained job seekers with available job openings. Conduct emergency housing repairs for 23 elderly homeowners in Oneida County.

Agency Total CFA Award
ESD

$350,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

GUSC Energy, Inc

BioEnergy Plant

ESD

$1,500,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Liberty Gardens Associates MadisonOneida BOCES

Liberty Gardens Revitalization Phase 2 Madison County Manufacturing

HCR

$1,068,608.00 $42,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

DOL

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency, Inc. Mohawk Valley Community College

MVCCA/Oneida County RESTORE Program Brown elds Training Program

HCR

$75,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Train 25 Utica unemployed workers in an Environmental Technician Program. The program will mix work-readiness and adult basic education with technical instruction. Graduates will have multiple certi cations in demand by local employers, to help them nd work in green jobs and in construction, maintenance and manufacturing. Approximately 8,800 lineal feet of two lane, heavy duty industrial access road, including bikeway, stormwater swales, bioswales, utility corridor and lighting to provide a loop access/ service roadway to the Marcy nanocenter at SUNYIT. Included in the scope of work is relocation of a 115kV electrical transmission line (Porter Terminal), grading and site improvements, and acquisition of 36 acres of additional land. Renovate 26 homes of low- and moderateincome people in Oneida County.

DOL

$50,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Mohawk Valley EDGE

Marcy Nanocenter Loop Road

ESD

$5,000,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Oneida County

Housing Rehabilitation Program for Seniors

HCR

$750,000.00

Region
Mohawk Valley

County
Oneida

Applicant
SUNY IT Cybershield

Project Title
Cyber Shield

Description
Joint research and education collaborative e ort combining industry and academia in a potent partnership to speci cally address two critical disciplines supporting national cyber education and research concerns: State-of-theart malware analysis and Reverse Engineering. The outcome of the program will be solutions to cybersecurity threats; development of an educational infrastructure commensurate with the Central NY high technology corridor; and creation of high-tech, well-paying jobs. Grant funds to install a new drainage system to correct conditions that cause ooding in Village of Remsen. The City of Rome will construct the Rome Navigation Center as the o cial gateway to Bellamy Harbor Park, including a covered picnic area, performance space, water taps and fountains for boaters and park users, internet access and Wi-Fi, restrooms and shower facilities, a concession stand and an information center. The City of Rome will redevelop a brown eld area on its Erie Canal waterfront. This award will support the city's design work for a new seawall and expansion of the canal to provide physical connection to the Canalway Trail, and other infrastructure. Building on substantial revitalization, redevelopment, and conservation planning work, the City of Utica will prepare a Local Waterfront Revitalization Program. The City of Utica will undertake initial planning, design and construction activities at Inner Harbor on the east side of Utica's Erie Canal Harbor in conjunction with NYS Canal Corporation's transfer of property at the Inner Harbor to a new LDC created by state legislation. Build and maintain a ber optic network spanning from Herkimer (Herkimer County) to Vernon (Oneida County). Initiative will establish a community-centered physical and virtual network of adult education courses and career advancement through interactive partnerships. Brewery Ommegang is located in Cooperstown New York. Ommegang is in the early stages of a 6-year $16,000,000+ expansion of the current facilities. This expansion involves the use of multiple architects to design new buildings, expand the current brewing and beer packaging operation, as well as construct a new water and waste treatment facility. The expansion of the brewery will include a restaurant and an expanded store. These will add to the 30,000+ tourists that the brewery already draws annually. The restaurant will be serving local foods and promoting the local farmers. The current store sells local cheeses and condiments in addition to beer. The expanded store plans to provide a larger variety of locally produced products in addition to the beers produced on site.

Agency Total CFA Award
ESD

$274,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

Village of Remsen City of Rome

Storm Water Improvements Rome Navigation Center

HCR

$600,000.00 $393,060.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

DOS

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

City of Rome

Harborway on the Erie Canal

DOS

$783,550.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

City of Utica

Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Inner Harbor Catalyst Projects

DOS

$200,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida

City of Utica

DOS

$250,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Oneida, Herkimer Otsega, Delaware, Chenango, Schoharie Otsego

Northland Networks Ltd Millford Central School District

Broadband

ESD

$703,500.00 $125,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Career Opportunities in Rural Enducation Ommegang Brewery

ESD

Mohawk Valley

Brouwerij Belame Ltd.

ESD

$140,000.00

Mohawk Valley
Region
Mohawk Valley

County
Otsego

Applicant
City of Oneonta

Project Title
Oneonta Microenterprise Assistance Program - 2 Healthcare Occupational Training

Description
Establish the Oneonta Microenterprise Assistance Program 2, assisting a minimum of 7 microbusinesses in the City and creating 12 jobs. Otsego Northern Catskills BOCES will provide 60 unemployed workers with health occupation training in a number of concentrations, including, nursing assistant/ home health aide, pharmacy technician, and medical billing and coding. Home improvement of approximately 25 units on scattered sites in Otsego County.

Agency Total CFA Award
HCR

$200,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Otsego

Otsego Northern Catskills BOCES

DOL

$50,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Otsego

Otsego Rural Housing

Otsego County Home Improvement Program Otsego Rural Housing Assistance RESTORE 2011 HOME '11 HOMEowner Rehabilitation

HCR

$278,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Otsego

Otsego Rural Housing Assistance, Inc. Otsego Rural Housing Assistance, Inc.

Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly homeowners in Otsego County.

HCR

$65,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Otsego

O er a HOME Repair Program to address owner-occupied housing rehabilitation needs in Otsego County, rehabilitating 24 owneroccupied housing units bene ting low-income people. Provide grants up to $25,000 each to make accessibility improvements to homes for persons with physical disabilities or elderly in Otsego County. Independently owned spin-o of Butternuts Beer and Ale, Inc. of Garrattsville NY will open a contract brewing manufacturing plant at the site to be acquired from Schoharie County. The site is the long vacant industrial development park in Cobleskill NY. The contract brewing company will open with a capacity of 25,000 barrels per year and expand within ve years to 100,000 barrels. Excess space in the industrial park will be o ered to local for pro t and not for pro t entities until the brewery can assume full occupancy of this 460,000 square foot building. Project involves the construction of a sanitary sewer collection system and water system to serve the Route 7 corridor, County Route 8 and the Howe Caverns Facility. Establish the Schoharie County Microenterprise Tropical Storm Relief Grant Program, assisting at least 5 businesses, and retaining 10 jobs. Assist in the expansion of W. Kintz Plastics, Inc. in Schoharie County, creating 6 jobs, of which 67% will bene t low- and moderate- income New Yorkers. Assist in the start-up of Blenheim Hill Farm in Schoharie County, creating 4 jobs, of which 75% will bene t low- and moderate- income New Yorkers. Rehabilitate 16 substandard housing units in Town of Gilboa.

HCR

$400,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Otsego

Otsego Rural Housing Assistance, Inc.

Otsego Rural Housing Assistance Access to Home Program - 2011 Cobleskill Brewery

HCR

$237,500.00

Mohawk Valley

Schoharie

Cobleskill Brewery

ESD

$750,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Schoharie

Town of Cobleskill

Route 7 Water and Sewer Upgrades

ESD

$4,100,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Schoharie

Schoharie County

Schoharie County Microenterprise Assistance Program W. Kintz Plastics, Inc.

HCR

$200,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Schoharie

Schoharie County

HCR

$53,908.00

Mohawk Valley

Schoharie

Schoharie County

Blenheim Hill Farm

HCR

$60,000.00

Mohawk Valley

Schoharie

Town of Gilboa

Town of Gilboa Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program

HCR

$400,000.00

Region
Mohawk Valley

County

Applicant
NYSERDA received 21 applications

Project Title

Description
NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs o er New York businesses solutions to improve energy e ciency 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 o er energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process E ciency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing e ciency.

Agency Total CFA Award
NYSERDA

Mohawk Valley

Excelsior Jobs Program

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.

ESD

$1,666,666.67

Mohawk Valley Total

$60,178,530.67

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

North Country
$103.2 million awarded to 70 projects

Region
North Country

County
Clinton

Applicant
Bombardier Mass Transit Corporation North Country Cultural Center of the Arts

Project Title
Omega facility expansion

Description
Expand the Plattsburgh production facility by 57,000 sf. and extend the railcar test track by 2,100 ft to increase e ciency, exibility and capacity for new contracts. The North Country Cultural Center of the Arts will restore the Historic Strand Theatre, circa 1924, located in downtown Plattsburgh, continuing it as a performing arts center and preserving its historical legacy. The funds will be used to repair and point the exposed bricks and terracotta tiles which have signi cant areas of damage and repair or replicate railings and wood caps, balcony and the historic lighting xtures. Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly homeowners in Clinton County. Construct a new on-site wastewater treatment system at the South Acres Mobile Home Park in the Town of Peru.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $2,500,000.00

North Country

Clinton

Strand Theatre Restoration

OPRHP

$397,000.00

North Country

Clinton

RPC of Clinton County, Inc Town of Peru

RPC of Clinton County RESTORE 2011 Town of Peru South Acres Wastewater Improvement Project Plattsburgh Microenterprise Assistance Program Rouses Point Microenterprise Program

HCR

$50,000.00 $600,000.00

North Country

Clinton

HCR

North Country

Clinton

Town of Plattsburgh

Establish the Plattsburgh Microenterprise Program, assisting a minimum of eight microbusinesses in the Town and creating jobs. Establish the Rouses Point Microenterprise Assistance Program in the Village of Rouses Point, assisting a minimum of seven microbusinesses in the Village, of which at least ve are anticipated to be owned by persons from low- and moderate-income families. The Village of Rouses Point will continue the ongoing restoration of the Delaware and Hudson Railway Station for use as a museum and visitor center. Project will include site improvements at the station, including restoration of the green space south of the station, installation of concrete walkways, curbing, landscape plantings, and other aspects to unify and improve the village's central pedestrian district.

HCR

$200,000.00

North Country

Clinton

Village of Rouses Point

HCR

$200,000.00

North Country

Clinton

Village of Rouses Point

Implementing the Rouses Point Downtown and Waterfront Plan

DOS

$125,000.00

North Country
Region
North Country

County
Clinton, Essex

Applicant
Town of Saranac

Project Title
Waterfront Revitalization Priority Project Advancement in Clinton and Essex Counties

Description
The North Country Chamber of Commerce and the Regional O ce of Sustainable Tourism will advance destination planning in Clinton and Essex counties. The Town of Saranac will develop local land management tools and conduct a feasibility study for locally-produced biomass fuels for energy. The Village of Rouses Point will conduct a redevelopment study for the historic Fort Montgomery site. The City of Plattsburgh, Town of Plattsburgh and Town of Saranac will advance planning and design for the Saranac River Trail Project, a multi-use trail linking the communities. Communities will receive technical assistance for capacity building, and waterfront communities in Clinton and Essex counties will receive assistance in the development of community vision, priority projects and action plan for implementation. Ticonderoga Airport currently does not have any type of fuel service. Pilots have to go to Middlebury, VT or other airports to obtain fuel. By constructing a self service fuel station the airport will not only attract more planes but will be able to generate much needed revenue to reduce the airport's reliance on local taxes. Develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for the North Country that will establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use. The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy e ciency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. Once the plan is completed, it is intended to inform municipal land use policies, guide both public and private resource investments in infrastructure and identify tangible actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Fort Ticonderoga Association, Inc. will prepare a structural condition evaluation that will be used to make long-range decisions regarding the facility. This evaluation will establish the structural priorities of the Fort and identify options for repair. Rehabilitate 12 owner-occupied homes in Essex County.

Agency
DOS

Total CFA Award $250,000.00

North Country

Essex

Town of Ticonderoga

Ticonderoga Airport: Installation of Fueling Station With Enclosed Self-Service Dispensing Unit Cleaner Greener Communities Regional Sustainability Planning Program

DOT

$270,000.00

North Country

Essex

Essex County

NYSERDA

$1,000,000.00

North Country

Essex

Fort Ticonderoga Association, Inc.

Historic Preservation Planning Report

OPRHP

$20,320.00

North Country

Essex

Housing Assistance Program of Essex County, Inc. Town of Lewis

2011 Essex County Housing Rehabilitation Program Town of Lewis Housing Rehabilitation Program Town of Ticonderoga John Street Sewer Improvements Town of Willsboro Housing Rehabilitation Program

HCR

$400,000.00

North Country

Essex

Rehabilitate 13 owner-occupied severely substandard housing units in the Town of Lewis. Address a combined wastewater and stormwater sewer in the John Street neighborhood of the Town of Ticonderoga. Rehabilitate 13 owner-occupied, substandard housing units in the Town of Willsboro.

HCR

$400,000.00

North Country

Essex

Town of Ticonderoga

HCR

$598,575.00

North Country

Essex

Town of Willsboro

HCR

$400,000.00

Region
North Country

County
Essex

Applicant
Town of Wilmington

Project Title
Wilmington Village Park Acquisition

Description
The Town of Wilmington will permanently preserve the town green on Spring eld Road through the acquisition of this privately held property. Town acquisition of the property will provide open and reasonable access, ensuring that this space will continue to be available to support community events, provide open space recreation, and enhance the downtown area. Adirondack Medical Center will conduct comprehensive training for 16 medical coders who are responsible for providing details about patient treatment for community health surveys and billing purposes. Accurate coding is a vital part of the medical billing process and for accurate surveillance concerning the health of New York’s communities. Rehabilitate 20 owner-occupied, severely substandard housing units in Town of Chateaugay.

Agency
OPRHP

Total CFA Award $48,900.00

North Country

Franklin

Adirondack Medical Center

Medical Coding/ Billing Training

DOL

$36,200.00

North Country

Franklin

Town of Chateaugay

Town of Chateaugay Housing Rehabilitation Program Malone Microenterprise Assistance Program

HCR

$400,000.00

North Country

Franklin

Town of Malone

Establish the Malone Microenterprise Assistance Program, assisting a minimum of 10 microbusinesses in the Town and creating at least seven full-time equivalent jobs.

HCR

$200,000.00

North Country

Franklin

Trudeau Institute Village of Tupper Lake

Enhancing Modernize laboratory medical facilities and Biosciences in New hire scientists to explore disease protection York techniques. Tupper Lake Microenterprise Assistance Program Implementing the Tupper Lake Revitalization Strategy Establish the Tupper Lake Microenterprise Assistance Program, assisting a minimum of eight microbusinesses in the Village and creating a minimum of eight jobs. The Village of Tupper Lake and the Town of Tupper Lake will develop waterfront revitalization projects, including installation of interpretive materials designed by The Wild Center; construction of gateway and landscaping improvements at the municipal waterfront park; a feasibility study for a beach in the waterfront park and creation of an events coordinator position. Construction of 25 miles of ber optic cable from Tupper Lake, Franklin County to Long Lake, Hamilton County. Establish the Hamilton County Microenterprise Program, creating at least six jobs.

ESD

$1,200,000.00 $200,000.00

North Country

Franklin

HCR

North Country

Franklin

Village of Tupper Lake

DOS

$225,000.00

North Country

Franklin, Hamilton Hamilton

Slic Network Solutions Hamilton County

Broadband

ESD

$596,000.00 $200,000.00

North Country

Hamilton County Microenterprise Assistance Program Piseco Airport: Project to Retro t Existing Fuel Pump System to Enable Self-Serve Fuel Service at the Airport

HCR

North Country

Hamilton

Town of Arietta (Piseco Airport)

The proposed project will include the installation of a self-serve fuel pump credit card reader at Piseco Airport in the Town of Arietta. The lack of available fuel service on weekdays deters air tra c from visiting Piseco airport causing a negative impact on fuel sales. By adding a self-serve 24 hour/day fuel system, the airport is expected to signi cantly increase fuel sales, in turn generating more revenue for the Town. Hamilton County and the Adirondack Partnership will advance park-wide revitalization e orts and allow local communities to develop revitalization strategies in keeping with their community vision and goals.

DOT

$52,650.00

North Country

Hamilton

Hamilton County

Implementing the Adirondack Economic Development Strategy

DOS

$250,000.00

North Country
Region
North Country North Country

County
Hamilton, Warren Je erson

Applicant
Hamilton County/Frontier Development Authority of the North Country MetalCraft Marine U.S. Inc.

Project Title
Broadband Community Rental Housing Program Cape Vincent Expansion

Description
Hamilton County will provide broadband access throughout its 1,800 sq. mi. area. Develop 400 housing units of additional multifamily housing to meet demand associated with the growth at Fort Drum.

Agency
ESD ESD

Total CFA Award $472,000.00 $4,000,000.00 $400,000.00

North Country

Je erson

Establish a world-class aluminum-boat ESD manufacturing facility at the Anchor Marina facility in Cape Vincent, NY. This facility is currently used for boat storage and this project will transform it into an e cient manufacturing facility. This project will convert the building from a storage shed to a building that facilitates lean and green manufacturing. Development of a destination boutique hotel along the south shore of the St. Lawrence River in Clayton, NY. The Hotel will be built on the former Frink America property, a snowplow factory site that was abandoned but has been successfully remediated under the NYS Brown eld Cleanup Program. Promote rental rehabilitation and support creation of new apartments for low- and moderate-income households in the City of Watertown. New construction of 296 rental units within a mixed-income project in the Fort Drum impact area in Je erson County. Provide training to new workers on all aspects of the papermaking process. Improvement of 30 single-family homes located in Je erson County. Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly homeowners in Je erson County. Rehabilitate 19 severely substandard singlefamily and multi-family housing units located in Je erson County. Purchase and rehabilitation of 10 homes in Je erson County. Improve housing conditions in Watertown, creating and rehabilitating apartments above commercial space downtown. Twenty rental units for low-income people will be created or rehabilitated. Three employees of the company’s Marketing and Technical Departments will receive software training in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Excel. Rehabilitate 12 low- and moderate-income single-family units and four multi-family units in the Village of Carthage. ESD

North Country

Je erson

The Krog Corporation

Krog & Hart Hotel

$2,250,000.00

North Country

Je erson

City of Watertown

City of Watertown Housing Rehabilitation Program Beaver Meadow

HCR

$400,000.00

North Country

Je erson

COR Watertown Company, LLC Florelle Tissue Frontier Housing

HCR

$2,400,000.00 $25,000.00 $300,000.00 $75,000.00 $600,000.00

North Country North Country

Je erson Je erson

Florelle Tissue Workforce Training AHC 2011 Home Improvement Program Frontier Housing Corporation RESTORE 2011 Je erson County Housing Rehabilitation Program Je erson County 1st Time Homebuyer 2011 Downtown Apartments Program

ESD HCR

North Country

Je erson

Frontier Housing Corporation Je erson County

HCR

North Country

Je erson

HCR

North Country

Je erson

Neighbors of Watertown Neighbors of Watertown, Inc.

HCR

$300,000.00 $507,300.00

North Country

Je erson

HCR

North Country

Je erson

Roth Industries, Inc.

Roth Industries Inc Training Program

DOL

$2,395.00

North Country

Je erson

Village of Carthage

Village of Carthage Twin Villages Housing Rehabilitation Program. Krog & Hart Hotel

HCR

$400,000.00

North Country

Je erson

Village of Clayton

Assist in the start-up of the Clayton Harbor Hotel, creating 90 jobs of which 90 percent will be made available to low-to-moderate income individuals.

HCR

$750,000.00

Region
North Country

County
Je erson

Applicant
Village of Philadelphia

Project Title
Gateway Island Park

Description
The Village of Philadelphia will develop a small island in the Indian River - an undeveloped platform of rocks and brush - into the Gateway Island Park. The existing pedestrian bridge will receive safety improvements which will include an accessible overlook area and a stairway onto the island. Visitors and residents will enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the river, nearby waterfalls, and the rolling hills that encircle the Village. Construction of 14,400 sq ft hangar with o ce space and a general aviation terminal, including associated heat, electric, and site improvements. This project will serve the airport administration’s needs for space for o ces, training, and conferencing. Hangar space is also limited at the airport. There are two hangars that can store small corporate jets. Neither can store a large jet or the Regional Jet American Eagle will be using for passenger service to Chicago. American Eagle Airlines has expressed an interest in storing it’s aircraft overnight during the winter months to reduce the amount of deicing uid usage. Reopen and rehabilitate 46.25 miles of rail line to serve Newton Falls Fine Paper, Benson Mine and Slack Chem. The project will restore the most e cient, safe, reliable and environmentally acceptable transportation of materials in a cost e ective manner. Redevelopment of the former Lyons Falls paper mill site. This 9.4-acre, owned by the LDC, requires demolition of existing buildings and infrastructure upgrades to make it a shovelready mixed use business park.

Agency
OPRHP

Total CFA Award $351,000.00

North Country

Je erson

Watertown International Airport

Airport Business Center

ESD

$1,500,000.00

North Country

Je erson, Lewis, St. Lawrence

St. Lawrence County IDA

Newton Falls Rail Rehabilitation

ESD

$9,972,000.00

North Country

Lewis

Lewis County Development Corporation

Lyons Falls Mill Site Redevelopment

ESD

$330,000.00

North Country

Lewis

Constable Hall Association, Inc.

Constable Hall The Constable Hall Association will restore this Restoration Project 200-year-old historic home in Constableville, ensuring that it remains open and accessible to the community and its visitors. This project includes restoration work on four Doric pillars, pointing/ ashing of chimneys, repair of water damage in two bedrooms, repair of carriage house oor, and painting of the servants' quarters. Lewis County Housing Rehabilitation Program Renovate 10 homes of low- and moderateincome persons in Lewis County.

OPRHP

$21,668.00

North Country

Lewis

Lewis County

HCR

$428,560.00

North Country

Lewis

Lewis County Historical Society

General Walter The Lewis County Historical Society will Martin Mansion prepare a Comprehensive Building Condition Restoration Project Assessment report for restoration of the General Walter Martin Mansion in accordance with federal Historic Preservation Standards. Homebuyer Program Acquisition and rehabilitation of 12 homes sites in Clinton and Essex Counties.

OPRHP

$18,750.00

North Country

MultiCounty

Housing Assistance Program Of Essex Co. Village of Gouverneur

HCR

$300,000.00

North Country

St Lawrence

2011 Housing Rehabilitation Program

Provide housing rehabilitation assistance to 12 owner-occupied units and eight renteroccupied apartments located throughout the Village of Gouverneur. The Village will provide deferred payment loans to address rehabilitation in housing units occupied by persons who have incomes below 60 percent of area median.

HCR

$288,200.00

North Country
Region
North Country

County
St Lawrence

Applicant
Village of Massena

Project Title
Neighborhood Stabilization Program Implementing Waterfront Access Improvements

Description
Provide housing rehabilitation assistance to 14 owner-occupied units and six renter-occupied apartments in the section of the Village of Massena located north of the Grasse River.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $311,600.00

North Country

St Lawrence

Town of Fine

The Town of Fine and the Town of Clifton DOS will implement a project that includes: preparation of a streetscape plan for Cranberry Lake and Star Lake hamlets; construction of access improvements on two sites on the Oswegatchie River, including a new boat launch in the Hamlet of Fine and improvements to an existing boat launch in the Hamlet of Wanakena; design and construction of Lost Pond Trail in the Hamlet of Cranberry Lake; and development of a Clifton-Fine Trails and Waterfront Access Sites Map. Establishment of a composite mill to manufacture berglass and carbon ber structural materials. Buy and operate a mobile poultry slaughter unit. This project will ll a void in the agriculture industry in the region There is currently no available aircraft storage space for rent at the Massena International Airport, preventing the Town from utilizing this economic resource. Creating a space for the storage of small commercial aircraft will also be advantageous for attracting/retaining commercial air carriers to the airport, which is part of the Town’s overall development goals for the airport. C Speed will expand its current manufacturing location at 4465 Steelway Blvd North or purchase a new, larger building in the Liverpool area. The expanded manufacturing facility is needed to accommodate the manufacture of several new product lines that include C Speed’s new ‘Lightwave’ radar system, as well as other new products for several of its customers. Provide redundant broadband connectivity for Corning, Inc., a major employer in the county, and provide broadband to the Village of Rensselaer Falls. The Friends of Higley Flow State Park, Inc., in cooperation with local elementary and high schools, Clarkson University, SUNY Potsdam, and St. Lawrence University and State Parks, will construct Higley Trails Lodge, an all-season, multi-purpose facility with rest rooms, heat, shelter, classroom and display areas with access for those with disabilities. Higley Flow is the most-used winter park in upstate New York. The Friends maintain 12 miles of groomed cross country trails as well as three miles of backcountry trails which are open to the public. The Massena Terminal Railroad will rehabilitate its main line and yard tracks to safely accommodate unit trains for the ALCOA West Plant. Bridges will be put into a state of good repair, new rail, ties and ballast will be installed, and a new switch will be installed to improve the line's connection with CSX Transportation. ESD

$135,000.00

North Country

St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence

Composite Systems Technologies North Country Pastured, LLC Town of Massena

Advanced Composites Manufacturing Poultry MPU

$400,000.00 $130,000.00 $759,900.00

North Country

ESD

North Country

Massena International Airport: Construction of Hangar, Including Required Site Improvements, for 10 Small Aircraft C Speed Advanced Technology Manufacturing Center in Potsdam NY

DOT

North Country

St. Lawrence

C Speed

ESD

$1,800,000.00

North Country

St. Lawrence

Development Authority of the North Country Friends of Higley Flow State Park, Inc.

Broadband

ESD

$250,000.00

North Country

St. Lawrence

Higley Trails Lodge

OPRHP

$60,000.00

North Country

St. Lawrence

Massena Terminal Railroad Company

Main Line Track and Bridge Rehabilitation, Massena

DOT

$1,637,600.34

Region
North Country

County
St. Lawrence

Applicant
Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority

Project Title
NYOG Railway Bridge Work

Description
The Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority will rehabilitate eight bridges and the track between Ogdensburg and Norwood to accommodate the increased weight of modern rail equipment. Assist 27 low-and moderate income households with the purchase of a home in St. Lawrence County. Home improvement of 40 single-family homes in St. Lawrence County. The St. Lawrence County Industrial Development Authority has sponsored the rehabilitation of the bridge over the Oswegatchie River and the rail spur serving the Clearwater Paper Company at Natural Dam on the Oswegatchie River, near Gouverneur. The project will allow for resumed direct rail service to the Clearwater Paper Company which will reduce transportation costs and keep the mill economically viable. The project will preserve jobs at Clearwater Paper and will reduce truck tra c on State Route 58. Renovate 12 homes of low-and moderate income residents of Town of Potsdam.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $450,000.00

North Country

St. Lawrence

St. Lawrence County

St. Lawrence County Homeownership Program 2011 SLCHC Home Improvement Program Clearwater Paper Rail Bridge Rehabilitation, Gouverneur

HCR

$750,000.00

North Country

St. Lawrence St. Lawrence

St. Lawrence County Housing Council St. Lawrence County Industrial Development Agency Local Development Corporation

HCR

$300,000.00 $200,000.00

North Country

DOT

North Country

St. Lawrence

Town of Potsdam

Town of Postdam Housing Rehabilitation Program Gouverneur Combined Sewer Separation and CSO Abatement

HCR

$400,000.00

North Country

St. Lawrence

Village of Gouverneur

The Village of Gouverneur will carry out a combined sewer separation project to eliminate sewage over ows into the Oswegatchie River. Green infrastructure technologies such as bioswales, rain gardens, constructed wetlands, rain barrels, porous concrete sidewalks and a porous asphalt residential street will be incorporated into the larger sewer separation project. Make improvements to the water distribution system in the Village of Gouverneur. This will be a joint project with the Town of Gouverneur. Home improvement of approximately 12 units of housing in the Village of Gouverneur. Improvement of approximately 14 units in the Village of Massena. Establish the Potsdam Arts Microenterprise Grant Program, assisting a minimum of eight microbusinesses in the Village and creating three jobs. The Village of Potsdam and the Towns of Canton and Colton will advance waterfront revitalization and blueway trail development on the Raquette River and Grasse River. Project partners will complete a marketing feasibility analysis, an economic impact assessment and an engineering study for the development of whitewater kayak parks on the Raquette River in the Village of Potsdam and on the Grasse River in the Town of Canton. Another component will be the training of a swift water rescue team to serve Canton, Colton and Potsdam.

EFC

$1,995,000.00

North Country

St. Lawrence

Village of Gouverneur

Village and Town of Gouverneur Water Distribution Improvements 2011 Housing Rehabilitation Program Neighborhood Stabilization Program Potsdam Microenterprise Program St. Lawrence Whitewater Parks

HCR

$900,000.00

North Country

St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence

Village of Gouverneur Village of Massena Village of Potsdam

HCR

$136,800.00 $184,800.00 $100,000.00

North Country

HCR

North Country

HCR

North Country

St. Lawrence

Village of Potsdam

DOS

$346,923.00

North Country
Region
North Country

County

Applicant
NYSERDA received 33 applications

Project Title
NYSERDA Commercial and Industrial Programs

Description
NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs o er New York businesses solutions to improve energy e ciency 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 o er energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process E ciency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing e ciency. 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 e orts. 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.

Agency
NYSERDA

Total CFA Award

North Country

Low-cost economic development Financing

ESD

$40,000,000.00

North Country

Excelsior Jobs Program

ESD

$15,000,000.00

North Country Total

$103,159,141.34

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

Capital Region
$62.7 million awarded to 88 projects

Region
Capital Region

County
Albany and Rensselaer

Applicant
Albany Medical College/RPI

Project Title
NY CAP Research Alliance

Description
This Alliance will provide a dynamic and interactive forum for sharing new ideas and discoveries, identifying collaborative opportunities and developing joint initiatives for funding. The resulting increase in stature and pro le, scope and scale of research, discovery and application will signi cantly enhance the fabric of economic and civic life in the Capital Region and northeastern New York. The Alliance will directly address this national challenge by focusing collaborative e orts and shared capacity in advancing unique bench and translational research across the Capital Region. Improvement of approximately 16 single-family units, and two two-family units of housing on various sites in Albany County. This project will provide an expansion and update to Albany Airport’s largest aircraft maintenance facility in order to allow it to accommodate larger aircraft. Airlines will be able to service their large aircraft in Albany instead of other airports thus enticing airlines to maintain and increase air service to this city. Train 20 unemployed workers in a Career Pathways program in the Healthcare, Weatherization/Construction, Culinary/ Hospitality, Janitorial and Floor Maintenance, and Computers/Technology sectors. Also, they will expand into other high-demand jobs, such as Commercial Driver's License, Lead Abatement, and Asbestos training or certi cations. Albany Community Action Partnership (ACAP) in Albany will enhance its existing workforce and to give sta occupational skills needed in the early childhood education and human service sectors that will lead to potential career growth and higher wages. Assistant Teachers in ACAP's Head Start program will need to obtain their Child Development Associate (CDA) credential by the federally-stipulated deadline of September 2013. ACAP will o er its family development and employment specialist sta the opportunity to obtain the Family Development Credential (FDC) to upgrade their skills while working with low-income customers/families. Expected goals include: 17 Assistant Teachers and 15 Family Development Specialists will receive training to obtain their FDC to meet an ACAP employment goal and to upgrade their skill levels.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $950,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

Albany County Rural Housing Alliance, Inc. Albany County Airport Authority

ACRHA HOME Rehabilitation Program Albany International Airport: Commercial Aircraft Maintenance Hangar Improvements Albany Community Action Partnership Career Pathways

HCR

$300,000.00 $3,780,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

DOT

Capital Region

Albany

Albany County Opportunity, Inc.

DOL

$50,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

Albany County Opportunity, Inc.

Child Development Associate (CDA) and Family Development Credential (FDC) Training

DOL

$43,900.00

Capital Region
Region
Capital Region

County
Albany

Applicant
Albany County Rural Housing Alliance, Inc. Albany County Rural Housing Alliance, Inc. Albany County Rural Housing Alliance, Inc. Albany IDA

Project Title
ACRHA RESTORE Program 2011 HOME Down Payment Assistance ACRHA HOME Rehabilitation Program Swan St Lofts

Description
Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly, veteran and frail elderly homeowners in Albany County. Provide a First Time Homebuyer Program in Albany County to address housing needs of low- and moderate-income rst time homebuyers. O er a HOME Repair Program to rehablitate 15 owner-occupied housing units bene ting lowincome people. Albany Housing Authority will receive low-cost nancing to convert the former St. Joseph’s School located in the Arbor Hill Neighborhood of Albany into Swan Street Lofts that will provide 22 a ordable residential units and 14,100 SF of community facility space. Develop the computer skills of 101 employees in three areas: general computer skills, training for an Oracle upgrade and advanced skills for IT professionals. This will keep the rm competitive with other pharmaceutical contract research and manufacturing organizations. The Center will train 30 dislocated workers, speci cally displaced homemakers, in the skills needed to successfully nd employment in the Capital Region. Ecovative Design, LLC will purchase machinery and equipment to expand production of EcoCradle TM, its unique, sustainable packaging product. As a result, the company will increase e ciency by reducing industrial waste, and increase its use of NYS agricultural waste products, which are a feedstock for the production of EcoCradle. Develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for the Capital District that will establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use. The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities, and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy e ciency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. Once the plan is completed, it is intended to inform municipal land use policies, guide both public and private resource investments in infrastructure, and identify tangible actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Improvement of 15 single-family homes, six two-family homes, and one three-family home on various sites throughout the City of Albany.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $75,000.00 $390,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

HCR

Capital Region

Albany

HCR

$400,000.00 $5,400,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

HCR

Capital Region

Albany

Albany Molecular Research, Inc.

Information Technology Training

DOL

$50,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

Capital District Women's Employment & Resource Center Center for Economic Growth

Entry Level Worker Readiness Training

DOL

$50,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

EcoCradle

ESD

$250,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

City of Albany

Capital District Regional Sustainability Plan

NYSERDA

$1,000,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

City of Albany

Neighborhood Strategy Area Home Improvement Program City of Cohoes Downtown Gateway Housing Rehabilitation Project City of Watervliet Housing Rehabilition Program

HCR

$300,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

City of Cohoes

Rehabilitate 28 rental housing units in the City of Cohoes, in the target area of Remsen and Howard Streets and Columbia to Congress Streets. A total of 43 low- and moderateincome persons will bene t. Rehabilitate 9 single-family units and 9 multifamily units in the City of Watervliet.

HCR

$400,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

City of Watervliet

HCR

$400,000.00

Region
Capital Region

County
Albany

Applicant
Downtown Albany Restoration Program M & G Duravent, Inc.

Project Title
Capitalize Albany60 State Street Lean Manufacturing Training

Description
Rehabilitate and revitalize a vacant mixed-use 26,500 square foot building on Albany's "Main Street." Train 56 management, production operators, setup persons, assemblers, and lead persons in Lean Manufacturing techniques. The training program will include ve elements: Lean Coordinator Development, Value Stream Mapping, Work Standardization, Pull Systems, and Setup Reduction. This CFA allows Phase 3 of a multi-year e ort to stabilize and restore the historic Matton Shipyard at Peebles Island State Park on the Hudson River at Waterford/Cohoes Demolition of an existing public housing project and new construction of 43 family rental units in City of Albany. Conduct emergency housing repairs or elderly and frail elderly homeowners in the City of Albany. O er a HOME Repair Program to address owner-occupied housing rehabilitation needs in the City of Albany, rehabilitating 20 owneroccupied housing units bene ting low-income people. Remove and replace the current roadway along Albany Avenue in the Village of Green Island.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $250,000.00 $50,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

DOL

Capital Region

Albany

NYS O ce of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation Pearl Overlook Corporation South End Improvement Corp. South End Improvement Corp.

Matton Shipyard

Canals

$40,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

Ida Yarbrough Phase I RESTORE 2011 2012 Home Assistance Rehabilitation Program III

HCR

$3,276,324.00 $75,000.00 $486,000.00

Capital Region

Albany

HCR

Capital Region

Albany

HCR

Capital Region

Albany

Village of Green Island

Village of Green Island Albany Avenue Improvements Regional Center to encourage foreign direct investment

HCR

$595,300.00

Capital Region

Albany, Saratoga, Warren, Washington, Schenectady, Greene, Columbia Albany, Saratoga, Rensselaer

Center for Economic Growth

CEG will commence an economic study for the establishment of a Federal EB-5 Regional Center which will provide an additional vehicle and access to foreign investment in Captial Region business.

ESD

$125,000.00

Capital Region

University at Albany

RNA Institute Biomedical Translational Research

The RNA Institute Biomedical Translational Research CFA requests funding for planning and feasibility studies relative to renovations, acquisition of furniture and xtures, and soft costs, capital equipment, training, and sta to support these programs for technology commercialization. This request constitutes a public-private partnership 5:1 match of $17.7 million currently invested in The RNA Institute. The Columbia County Industrial Development Authority will develop a new transloading facility to serve Hudson Valley businesses that lack direct rail access. The facility will enable these businesses to transfer goods from trucks to rail cars for shipping and to move incoming products from rail cars to trucks. The project will increase economic productivity in Columbia County and improve the e ciency and costcompetitiveness of shipping goods. Historic Hudson, Inc. will complete Phase II of the restoration of the Dr. Oliver Bronson House by completing the exterior stabilization of the house, securing the building envelope, and protecting the house from further deterioration and loss of historic fabric so it can be returned to use for public bene t. Sited on a blu overlooking the South Bay of the Hudson River on 52 acres of open space, the Dr. Oliver Bronson House serves as a magnet for the city, providing a park-like setting and increased public access to this historic site as part of the ongoing revitalization of the City of Hudson.

ESD

$2,036,000.00

Capital Region

Columbia

Columbia County Industrial Development Agency

Columbia County Rail Transloading Facility

DOT

$2,208,600.00

Capital Region

Columbia

Historic Hudson Inc.

Dr. Oliver Bronson House Restoration

OPRHP

$300,000.00

Capital Region
Region
Capital Region

County
Columbia

Applicant
Housing Resources of Columbia County, Inc. Housing Resources of Columbia County, Inc. Housing Resources of Columbia County, Inc. Hudson Opera House, Inc.

Project Title

Description

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $75,000.00

Housing Resources Rehabilitate 10 homes with grants of up to Emergency Repair $7,500 for emergency housing repair needs for elderly, frail elderly and physically disabled Program homeowners in Columbia County. HRCC HOME Improvement Program HRCC Home Improvement Program First Floor Restoration Rehabilitate 22 owner-occupied homes, some targeted to the elderly or physically disabled, in the City of Hudson in Columbia County. Home improvement of 22 units on various sites in Columbia County.

Capital Region

Columbia

HCR

$300,000.00

Capital Region

Columbia

HCR

$300,000.00

Capital Region

Columbia

The Hudson Opera House will complete a key part of the fourth and nal phase of the Opera House restoration - improvements to the rst oor, including the badly deteriorated historic Common Council Chambers and anteroom, for community use. New York State’s oldest surviving theatre (1855), located in the heart of downtown Hudson, the nonpro t multi-arts center o ers more than 1,000 programs, most of them free, to 52,000 visitors each year. The Olana Partnership will implement a major aspect of Olana’s Landscape Restoration Plan - the restoration of the historic North Meadow. Designed by Hudson River School artist Frederic Church (1826-1900) as a work of 19th-century landscape gardening, the historic 250-acre landscape is equal in historic and artistic importance to Olana’s house and collections. The completed project will provide a transformational change to the Olana landscape, restoring the historic meadows and pastureland and reopening views that have been lost over the last 100 years to second- and third-growth forest. New construction of 32 rental units for seniors and persons with physical disabilities in the Village of Valatie. Assist the Village of Kinderhook in construction of a central sanitary sewer collection system, allowing the Dutch Inn to open and create 37 jobs, of which approximately 22 will bene t low- and moderate- income New Yorkers. This project involves the design and construction of an enhanced stormwater collection and conveyance system to protect the existing multi-million dollar resort infrastructure of Windham Mountain, including the Base Lodge and the Enclave resort lodging, and permit the redevelopment of the lower base lodge area. The stormwater portion of the project will consist of new catchments and conveyance piping to divide, divert and direct stormwater ows from the base of the ski trails clear of the Base Lodge, the Enclave resort lodging and the Destination Windham redevelopment site. Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly homeowners in the Greene county area.

OPRHP

$400,000.00

Capital Region

Columbia

The Olana Partnership

Olana Restoration Project

OPRHP

$274,125.00

Capital Region

Columbia

Valatie Housing Group, LP Village of Kinderhook

Valatie Senior Citizen Housing The Kinderhook Wastewater Collection System

HCR

$1,669,265.00 $285,000.00

Capital Region

Columbia

HCR

Capital Region

Greene

Ski Windham Operating Corp; Windham Mountain Partners, LLC

Destination Windham

ESD

$1,500,000.00

Capital Region

Greene

Catskill Mountain Housing Development Corp. Inc. Greene County

Greene County RESTORE 2011

HCR

$50,000.00

Capital Region

Greene

NY Spring Water

Assist in the expansion of NY Spring Water, creating 23 new jobs, 91% of which will be made available to low-to-moderate income individuals.

HCR

$280,000.00

Region
Capital Region

County
Greene

Applicant
Greene County

Project Title
Greene County Microenterprise Assistance Program Prattsville Main Street Revitalization 2011 Village of Hunter Main Street Revitalization Program Monument Square Apartments O ce Relocation

Description
Establish the Greene County Microenterprise Assistance Program, assisting a minimum of 8 microbusinesses in the County and creating at least 11 jobs. Renovate nine properties in the Town of Prattsville and enhance streetscapes. Rehabilitate and revitalize 12 commercial and 12 residential units on Main Street in the Village of Hunter. Preservation and rehabilitation of 89 HUDassisted senior rental units in City of Troy. The project would facilitate Etransmedia's purchase of an existing building at the Rensselaer Technology Park to accommodate the signi cant growth of the business and its employee population. This project would allow the company to acquire an existing building on Jordan Road and to remodel this building to provide a state-of-the-art headquarters facility. The Albany Port District Commission will replace 600 feet of deteriorated, 1920's-era wharf with a modern, high-strength wharf on the east side of the Hudson River, doubling the capacity of the Rensselaer side of the Port. This project will complement the recent reconstruction of the wharf on the west side of the river. Assist 20 low-and moderate income households in Rensselaer County with the purchase of a home. The Doane Stuart School will install a multiuse green roof that will be designed by the Upper School students (grades 9 - 12), under the supervision of area landscape architects, including Doane Stuart alumni/ae, former teachers, and parents. The green roof will be accessible to students for projects throughout the school year. Project involves the construction of a parking deck and new green space areas.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $200,000.00

Capital Region

Greene

Town of Prattsville

HCR

$215,000.00 $372,222.00

Capital Region

Greene

Village of Hunter

HCR

Capital Region Capital Region

Rennsalaer Rensselaer

The Community Builders, Inc. Etransmedia Technology, Inc.

HCR ESD

$1,182,148.00 $1,400,000.00

Capital Region

Rensselaer

Albany Port District Commission

Rensselaer Wharf Reconstruction

DOT

$11,456,999.86

Capital Region

Rensselaer

Rensselaer County

Rensselaer County Homeownership Program Doane Stuart Green Roof

HCR

$400,000.00 $1,298,000.00

Capital Region

Rensselaer

The Doane Stuart School

EFC

Capital Region Capital Region

Rensselaer Rensselaer

The United Group of Companies, Inc. University at Albany

City Station

ESD ESD

$2,500,000.00 $1,000,000.00

Building a Development of the Biotechnology Training Pioneering Biotech Center and expanded Biotechnology Corridor. Construction/renovation of laboratory space Corridor at the Trudeau Institute, UAlbany East Campus and purchase of equipment for upgrading laboratory facilities. Questar III Regional Workforce Development Project Training for 107 unemployed Castleton-area workers: 30 unemployed workers will be trained in advanced manufacturing skills; 17 unemployed workers will complete the Licensed Practical Nurse program; and 60 Non-English speaking unemployed workers will be able to obtain jobs with the Flanders Corporation manufacturing facility as well as with Columbia Memorial Hospital or area nursing homes after completing the Questar III ISESOL program. The City of Troy and the Troy Business Improvement District will prepare a downtown economic development strategic plan to address current conditions and opportunities in the market. An interactive database of commercial space will be developed to market available space and attract new businesses.

Capital Region

Rensselaer

Questar III

DOL

$50,000.00

Capital Region

Rensselaer

City of Troy

Downtown Economic Development Strategic Plan

DOS

$86,162.50

Capital Region
Region
Capital Region

County
Rensselaer

Applicant
City of Troy

Project Title
Public Access Improvements at Riverfront Park and Troy City Center Semiconductor supply facility in Saratoga County.

Description
The City of Troy will design and construct public waterfront amenities along the area to be redeveloped as Troy City Center, enhancing pedestrian linkages to this key waterfront site. Amenities will include an esplanade, green space, seating, lighting, and connectivity to other sections of Riverfront Park. This project would support Amkor's potential expansion of its wafer bump and wafer probe operations in Saratoga, New York in conjunction with Global Foundries, Inc. Should Amkor elect to proceed with establishing operations in New York, the facility would be approximately 80,000 to 100,000 square feet. Establish the Mechanicville Microenterprise Program (Phase II), assisting a minimum of 10 microbusinesses in the City of Mechanicville and creating at least 10 jobs. The Capital Region company will train 15 new hires in the electrical construction industry.

Agency
DOS

Total CFA Award $954,000.00

Capital Region

Saratoga

Amkor Technology, Inc.

ESD

$1,500,000.00

Capital Region

Saratoga

City of Mechanicville

City of Mechanicville Microenterprise Program Entry Level Training - Electrical Construction Industry Day Peckinpaugh Barge Museum

HCR

$200,000.00

Capital Region

Saratoga

Douglas V Dockendorf

DOL

$50,000.00

Capital Region

Saratoga

NYS Dept of Education

Improvements to the Day Peckinpaugh Barge Museum, a multi-regional educational and heritage tourism project, will improve its operations. Saratoga County, in collaboration with Washington County and the Historic SaratogaWashington on the Hudson Partnership, will rehabilitate the Dix Bridge, a 426-foot-long, three-span High Warren truss bridge built in 1900 over the Hudson River. The bridge, located at Hudson Crossing Park Lock C5, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, connects Saratoga and Washington counties, and would be part of the NYS Canalway Trail to be used for various multi-modal recreational uses. Convert 15,000 square feet of manufacturing space to a clean room environment for the Next Generation Septa Project and partner with a NYS college or university to work on incorporating nanotechnology with silicone polymers. This funding will go toward a multi-level partnership e ort to create a state-of-the-art regional visitor center. This restoration and repair project is critical to maintaining the integrity of this highly used section of Canalway Trail in the Capital Region Rehabilitate 21 homes in the Village of Ballston Spa Improvement of approximately 21 units on various sites in the Village of Ballston Spa.

Canals

$191,000.00

Capital Region

Saratoga

Saratoga County

Dix Bridge Rehabilitation

OPRHP

$300,000.00

Capital Region

Saratoga

Specialty Silicone Products, Inc.

Next Generation Septa Project

ESD

$158,900.00

Capital Region

Saratoga

The SaratogaWashington on the Hudson Partnership Town of Halfmoon

Regional Visitor Center

Canals

$191,000.00

Capital Region

Saratoga

Historic Culvert and Wastewater Weir Restoration 2011 Working Families Revitalization 2011 Working Families Revitalization 2011 Neighborhood Revitalization Program 2011 Neighborhood Revitalization Program

Canals

$150,000.00 $278,200.00 $289,800.00 $307,000.00

Capital Region

Saratoga

Village of Ballston Spa Village of Ballston Spa Village of Corinth

HCR

Capital Region

Saratoga

HCR

Capital Region

Saratoga

O er a HOME Repair Program to address HCR owner-occupied housing rehabilitation needs in the Village of Corinth, rehabilitating 21 owneroccupied housing units bene ting low-income people. Improvement of approximately 15 units on various sites in the Village of Corinth. HCR

Capital Region

Saratoga

Village of Corinth

$198,000.00

Region
Capital Region

County
Schenectady

Applicant
Arts Center and Theatre of Schenectady Proctors

Project Title
Proctors Historic Restoration and Heritage Area Project

Description
The Arts Center and Theatre of Schenectady will complete historic preservation work at Proctors Theatre that will include repairs, restoration and improvements to the theatre’s ceilings, walls, side boxes, scagliola, balcony, mezzanine and orchestra areas, women’s and men’s lounges, and the Golub Arcade. Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly, frail elderly and physically disabled homeowners in the City of Schenectady. The Schenectady County Airport will extend the existing municipal sanitary sewer and water services onto the airport property to enable economic development, while improving environmental conditions. Provide a NYS Apprenticeship training program for two current employees. This training program will help enhance the skills of these employees and promote performance and career advancement. This CFA funds the multi-use trail component of a major private-public canalside development that is a REDC transformative project. The "Gateway to Manufacturing Skill Competitiveness" program will create a direct pipeline to advanced manufacturing jobs for the long-term unemployed in the Capital Region. Each person trained will receive a nationally-recognized certi cate after completing this three week course. Conduct emergency housing repairs for 12 elderly homeowners in the City of Glens Falls. Training for 72 Glens Falls area unemployed workers in "Computer Skills 4 Today's Jobs." Speci c programs to be taught include: Basic Computer Skills, Learn to Type and Practice - Mavis Beacon, Data Entry, Skill Building and Applications, Computer Maintenance Workshop, Microsoft O ce 2007 and Microsoft O ce 2010. The Hague Brook Stormwater Reduction Program will retro t two parking areas in downtown Hague using bioretention and permeable asphalt to reduce stormwater runo into Hague Brook, which drains into Lake George. The parking areas are located in the heart of the downtown district and will allow for enhanced access for visitors and residents to hamlet businesses and activities as well as increase year-round tourism opportunities for the Town and the greater Lake George Region. The Village of Lake George will develop and maintain a website for the New York State Underwater Blueway Trail that will publicize and market the individual dive sites that together make up the Underwater Blueway Trail. Establish the Warren County Microenterprise Assistance Program, creating at least 20 jobs.

Agency
OPRHP

Total CFA Award $100,000.00

Capital Region

Schenectady

Community Land Trust of Schenectady, Inc. County of Schenectady

CLTS 2011 RESTORE Program Schenectady County Airport: Extension of Sanitary Sewer Line and Water Main Apprenticeship Training

HCR

$75,000.00 $284,089.50

Capital Region

Schenectady

DOT

Capital Region

Schenectady

Empire Paving of Schenectady, Inc.

DOL

$6,000.00

Capital Region

Schenectady

Schenectady County Schenectady County Community College

Alco Trail

Canals DOS DOL

$479,735.00 $14,000.00

Capital Region

Schenectady

Gateway to Manufacturing Skill Competitiveness

Capital Region

Warren

City of Glens Falls

Glens Falls RESTORE Program 2011 Computer Skills 4 Todays Jobs Training Program

HCR

$75,000.00 $50,000.00

Capital Region

Warren

Crandall Public Library

DOL

Capital Region

Warren

Town of Hague

Hague Brook Stormwater Reduction Program

EFC

$44,000.00

Capital Region

Warren

Village of Lake George

NYS Underwater Blueway Trail Web Services

DOS

$50,000.00

Capital Region

Warren

Warren County

Warren County Microenterprise Assistance Program

HCR

$200,000.00

Capital Region
Region
Capital Region

County
Warren

Applicant
Warren County

Project Title
Sustainable Advancement of the Lake George Environmental Park Redevelopment and Connection Plan for Pruyns Island Lake George Environmental Park

Description
The West Brook Conservation Initiative will install grass pavers at a proposed 2.5 acre Festival Space for multiple outdoor events on the site of the former Gaslight Village, as well as install porous asphalt along West Brook Road. The City of Glens Falls will collect prepare a redevelopment master plan for Pruyns Island, including a conceptual plan to connect the island to downtown to spur additional private development in the heart of the city. Warren County and the Village of Lake George and project partners will design and construct a 12-acre park on the site of the former Gaslight Village Amusement Park in the heart of the village. The new park will include interactive exhibits that teach visitors about the way water shapes our everyday lives. Park design will also focus on elements including festival space, nature trails, tness walks, interpretive signage, an interactive water fountain and playground area for children, and a skateboard park. Warren County will advance recommendations of the First Wilderness Heritage Corridor Action Plan, an intermunicipal revitalization strategy for nine communities along the Upper Hudson River and Delaware & Hudson rail line in Saratoga and Warren counties. E orts will include: modernization of the Dynamite Hill Ski Area to allow it to serve as a day-use destination area in winter months; streetscape improvements between the municipal center and the North Creek Train Station Complex; enclosing existing platforms and providing restrooms at the historic railroad stops in the towns of Thurman and Hadley; small business development to ll vacant storefronts in the hamlets of the First Wilderness Heritage Corridor; construction of a boarding platform at the site of the old Corinth station; design and construction of a new 1,100-sq.ft. classroom, an ADA-compliant restroom and o ce space for administrative services at the Adirondack Folk School in Lake Luzerne; and the creation, marketing and promotion of activities to enhance tourism. Replacement of a dated (1967) upper mountain lift with new lift. Assist people with physical disabilities and frail elderly in Warren and Washington Counties in making accessibility improvements to their homes. The Clarendon & Pittsford Railroad will restore of the northern connection between the Clarendon & Pittsford Railroad and Canadian Paci c Railway and rehabilitate the Canal Street bridge in Whitehall. This restored connection will improve the connection between the two railroads, allowing rail tra c to ow more e ciently. The project will also bene t Amtrak's Adirondack service, as the project will reduce freight-related delays in the corridor. Improvement of approximately 10 units on various sites in Washington County.

Agency
EFC

Total CFA Award $738,000.00

Capital Region

Warren

City of Glens Falls

DOS

$32,860.00

Capital Region

Warren

Warren County

DOS

$381,000.00

Capital Region

Warren, Saratoga

Warren County

First Wilderness Heritage Corridor Implementation 2011

DOS

$463,116.00

Capital Region

Warren, Washington Warren, Washington

Economic Development Corp NYSARC, Inc. Warren Washington Counties Chapter Clarendon & Pittsford Railroad Company

WWCooperation

ESD

$300,000.00 $250,000.00

Capital Region

WWARC Access to Home 2011

HCR

Capital Region

Washington

Restore northern connection to Canadian Paci c Railway in Whitehall

DOT

$1,100,000.00

Capital Region

Washington

Homefront Development Corp.

Washington County Housing Rehab

HCR

$200,000.00

Region
Capital Region

County
Washington

Applicant
Homefront Development Corp. Saratoga County Rural Preservation Co. Town of Fort Edward

Project Title
Washington County Housing Rehabilitation Program Washington County Access to Home Town & Village Shared Housing Initiative

Description
Rehabilitate 10 owner-occupied homes, some targeted to veterans, elderly or physically disabled, in Washington County. Provide assistance to disabled veterans, persons with disabilities and frail elderly in Saratoga County to make accessibility improvements to their homes.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $324,000.00

Capital Region

Washington

HCR

$200,000.00

Capital Region

Washington

O er a HOME Repair Program to address owner- HCR occupied housing rehabilitation needs in the Village of Fort Edward, providing 20 owneroccupants with deferred loans for up to $25,000 to address necessary repairs to their homes. Home improvement of approximately 20 units on various sites in the Town and Village of Fort Edward. The Village of Fort Edward will purchase the southern end of Rogers Island, which is important in the history of the French and Indian War. Rogers Island is rich in historical artifacts and contains a burial ground and former living quarters for soldiers. The ultimate plan for the historic area is a trail system together with informational exhibits and kiosks identifying areas of historical signi cance. The artifacts will be kept with the Rogers Island Visitor Center. Implement Phase II of the Water Line Capital Plan in the Depot Neighborhood in the Village of Fort Edward. HCR

$267,000.00

Capital Region

Washington

Town of Fort Edward Village of Fort Edward

Town & Village Shared Housing Initiative Rogers Island Acquisition

$276,000.00 $400,000.00

Capital Region

Washington

OPRHP

Capital Region

Washington

Village of Fort Edward

Village of Fort Edward Depot Neighborhood Water Improvements Washington County Pleasant Valley Nursing Home Fire Prevention Project Excelsior Jobs Program

HCR

$600,000.00

Capital Region

Washington

Washington County

Design and construct a re sprinkler system and make related water supply improvements for the new sprinkler system at Pleasant Valley skilled nursing facility in Washington County. 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. NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs o er New York businesses solutions to improve energy e ciency 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 o er energy saving opportunities through consultation and costsharing studies. Industrial and Process E ciency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing e ciency.

HCR

$750,000.00

Capital Region

ESD

$1,666,666.67

Capital Region

NYSERDA received 54 applications

NYSERDA

Capital Region Total

$62,669,413.53

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

Mid-Hudson
$67 million awarded to 61 projects

Region
Mid-Hudson

County
Delaware, Sullivan, Orange

Applicant
Sullivan County

Project Title
Implementing the Upper Delaware River Local Waterfront Revitalization Program

Description
Sullivan County will undertake installation of water trail signage on select bridges over of the Delaware River Trail; design for identi ed river access sites; and the creation of an inventory of other potential river access locations along the Upper Delaware River corridor from Hancock in Delaware County to Port Jervis, in Orange County. Calvert Vaux Preservation Alliance will facilitate the reuse of the Hoyt House complex, which includes the historic Hoyt House ("The Point"), designed by the important architect Calvert Vaux. Phase I of the restoration includes the repair and repointing of exterior stone masonry, repair and reinforcement of interior structural framing, the reconstruction of all ve chimneys, restoration of the entry portico roof, reconstruction of the dining room bay, and installation and updating of site utilities. The goal is to reuse the house as a multifunctional facility for educational programs, arts performances and workshops, ne culinary services, events and other activities. New construction of 72 units of a ordable housing for seniors in the Town of Fishkill. The Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge Company will install an elevator at the Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park, connecting visitors to the City of Poughkeepsie's northern shoreline to the bridge overhead. Additional features will include the installation of new fencing and railings; lighting poles and xtures for security and general visibility; signage elements to enhance visitor experience and to provide way nding assistance; and benches, landscaping and site improvements. Four to six workers at this Poughkeepsie company will be trained in computer aided design and tool control technologies. Rehabilitate and revitalize 3 commercial and 8 residential units in mixed-use buildings, and streetscapes on Main and Mechanic Streets in the Town of Amenia. To assist in company's relocation and new facility costs, including repair of equipment after facility was damaged by the hurricane. Establish the Kiryas Joel Microenterprise Assistance Program in the Villageo f Kiryas Joel.

Agency
DOS

Total CFA Award $125,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Dutchess

Calvert Vaux Preservation Alliance

Hoyt House Restoration

OPRHP

$320,000.00

Mid-Hudson Mid-Hudson

Dutchess Dutchess

Birchez Associates LLC PoughkeepsieHighland Railroad Bridge Company Inc.

The Birches at Fishkill Waterfront Elevator Gateway

HCR OPRHP

$1,812,770.00 $400,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Dutchess

Dorsey Metrology International Town of Amenia

Computer Aided Modeling and Design Training Amenia Downtown Renewal Contract Packaging Kiryas Joel Microenterprise Program

DOL

$12,000.00 $195,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Dutchess

HCR

Mid-Hudson

Orange

Contract Packaging Services Inc Village of Kiryas Joel

ESD

$1,000,000.00 $200,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Orange

HCR

Mid-Hudson
Region
Mid-Hudson

County
Orange

Applicant
Middletown & New Jersey Railroad LLC

Project Title
Orange County Track and Bridge Rehabilitation

Description
The Middletown & New Jersey Railway will rehabilitate portions of the rail infrastructure that support Orange County industry, serve as an attraction to industrial development projects in the manufacturing, food and beverage, agricultural, and distribution sectors, and form an integral part of the rail network for NY State. The project will rehabilitate the rail line between Campbell Hall and Warwick, as well as portions of track in Middletown and between Walden and Montgomery. Company to expand product line and markets served. Project includes purchase of new machinery and equipment in the next year including specialized freezers and more cooking equipment. New construction of 78 rental units in the Town of Wallkill. Make accessibility improvements, with grants of up to $25,000, to 10 homes for persons with physical disabilities and the frail elderly in Orange County. Rehabilitate and revitalize 23 commercial and 8 residential units in mixed-use buildings, and streetscapes in the eastern half of the Village of Walden's Commercial Business District. Replace the Beach Road Pump Station in the City of Port Jervis. Develop a Regional Sustainability Plan for the Mid-Hudson region that will establish a sustainability baseline including inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and energy use. The plan will assess sustainability indicators including economic assets, liabilities and opportunities as well as transportation, land use, and natural resources. The plan's long-term and short-term goals will address improving energy e ciency, promoting renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions. Once the plan is completed, it is intended to inform municipal land use policies, guide both public and private resource investments in infrastructure and identify tangible actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Assist persons with physical disabilities, persons who are developmentally disabled, and persons who are frail elderly in Orange and Sullivan Counties in making accessibility improvements to their homes.

Agency
DOT

Total CFA Award $1,656,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Orange

Cafe Spice GCT, Inc

Expansion

ESD

$750,000.00

Mid-Hudson Mid-Hudson

Orange Orange

Warwick Properties, Inc. Provider Hamaspik of Orange County Walden Community Council, Inc. City of Port Jervis County of Orange

Sunrise Apartments Hamaspik of Orange County Access to Home Program-2011 Walden Main Street 2011

HCR HCR

$2,216,673.00 $250,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Orange

HCR

$337,338.00

Mid-Hudson

Orange

City of Port Jervis Beach Road Pump Station Project Mid Hudson Regional Sustainability Study

HCR

$287,000.00 $685,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Orange County

NYSERDA

Mid-Hudson

Orange, Sullivan

Independent Living, Inc.

At Home In Orange & Sullivan Counties

HCR

$300,000.00

Region
Mid-Hudson

County
Putnam

Applicant
Open Space Conservancy

Project Title
Canopus Lake Beach Welcome Facilities Renovation

Description
The Open Space Conservancy will support the renovation and improvements to the visitor welcome facilities at the Canopus Lake Beach recreational area within Clarence Fahnestock Memorial State Park in the Town of Kent. These facilities consist of an outdated bathhouse and an adjacent concession and administrative building that have become a thriving winter park center, o ering cross country skiing, snowshoeing and sledding. Under the project, the bathhouse will be fully renovated, made ADA compliant, and winterized for four-season use, and the administration building will be recon gured and expanded to adapt to new visitation patterns. Paladin is proposing to renovate a currently vacant 130,000 square foot facility in Brewster, Putnam County for the purposes of providing advanced training to rst responders and critical infrastructure personnel. To expand manufacturing facility for manufacturer of quality generic liquid pharmaceutical products. Establishment of Hydroponic greenhouse generating fresh produce for local community and New York City market. Window/insulation manufacturer to purchase 22 acre site in Putnam County to construct state of the art facility. Putnam County is partnering with Scenic Hudson Land Trust to create the West Point Foundry Preserve (WPFP) in Cold Spring, an industrial heritage park and tourism attraction. An upgraded half-mile trail will link the preserve to the nearby Metro-North train station, the downtown, and the Hudson River. The Village of Cold Spring will build on its recently completed Local Waterfront Revitalization Strategy and develop a comprehensive Local Waterfront Revitalization Program. The Palisades Parks Conservancy, Inc. will continue ongoing renovations at the historic Bear Mountain Inn. Renovations will include constructing a new accessible vehicle entrance for the Inn, modifying the north end of the Bear Mountain parking area to improve parking for the Inn and improve accessibility, designing and installing new interpretive and directional signs, beauti cation of the grounds, and designing and constructing a new green storm-water remediation system for the parking area. This Orangeburg-based company will train 12 current production workers to help improve the productivity of its overall operation. Make accessibility improvements, with grants of up to $25,000, to 10 homes for persons with physical disabilities and the frail elderly in Rockland County. Renovate the existing Refuah Health Center (RHC) located in the Village of New Square.

Agency
OPRHP

Total CFA Award $400,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Putnam

Paladian Group Holdings

Public Safety First Responders Facility

ESD

$1,000,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Putnam

Silarx

Silarx

ESD

$952,757.00 $150,000.00 $1,000,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Putnam

Hudson Valley Produce Farms LLC Global Fenestration Solutions, Inc./ Sound Solutions Putnam County

HVP Farms

ESD

Mid-Hudson

Putnam

High Performance Fenestration

ESD

Mid-Hudson

Putnam

West Point Foundry Preserve trail improvements

DOS

$125,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Putnam

Village of Cold Spring

Cold Spring Local Waterfront Revitalization Program Bear Mountain Inn Restoration

DOS

$27,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Rockland

Palisades Parks Conservancy, Inc.

OPRHP

$400,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Rockland

ZIP-PAK

Production Worker E ciency Training Hamaspik of Rockland County AtH 2011 Village of New Square Health Center

DOL

$18,300.00 $250,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Rockland

Hamaspik of Rockland County, Inc. Village of New Square

HCR

Mid-Hudson

Rockland

HCR

$400,000.00

Mid-Hudson
Region
Mid-Hudson

County
Rockland, Orange

Applicant
New York-New Jersey Trail Conference

Project Title
Bear Mountain Trails Project

Description

Agency

Total CFA Award $188,750.00

Trails for People will be a permanent public OPRHP exhibit designed to introduce the millions of non-hikers who visit Bear Mountain each year to the Appalachian Trail, trail building, wilderness etiquette, and hiking. Construction will include an ampitheatre, plaza, activity stations and trails. Strategically located adjacent to the Bear Mountain Inn and Hessian Lake, at the junction of three historic hiking trails, the exhibit will serve as a gateway to thousands of acres of backcountry habitat. Training for 30 unemployed workers for new hires at Shelburne Plastics located in Monticello, NY. The training will provide the manufacturing skills needed by a Shelburne Plastics entry level employee. This Monticello-based bottle manufacturing plant will expand its workforce by 10 machine operators and technicians through On-the-Job Training. Improve housing conditions throughout the Town of Thompson in Sullivan County. Some units will be targeted to persons who are elderly, persons who have physical disabilities or persons who are veterans. The Town of Thompson will rehabilitate 20 owner-occupied housing units bene ting very low-income people. Sanitary and storm water separation project in Town of Fallsburg. DOL

Mid-Hudson

Sullivan

Sullivan County BOCES

Plastics Manufacturing Worker Training

$50,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Sullivan

Plastics Technologies of NY, LLC Town of Thompson

Machine Operator Training

DOL

$50,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Sullivan

Thompson HOME Improvement Program

HCR

$278,400.00

Mid-Hudson

Sullivan

Town of Fallsburg

Town of Fallsburg Main-Lake Sanitary and Sewer Improvements Thompson Home Improvement Program Town of Liberty Loomis Sewer District Improvements Generation3

HCR

$599,790.00

Mid-Hudson

Sullivan

Town of Thompson Town of Liberty

Improvement of 10 single-family homes on scattered sites throughout the Town of Thompson. Make improvements to the Loomis Sewer District in The Town of Liberty.

HCR

$185,600.00 $539,858.00

Mid-Hudson

Sullivan

HCR

Mid-Hudson

Ulster

Ceres Technologies, Inc Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc.

Project will support a new manufacturing facility for manufacturer of thin lm solar process deposition equipment (tools). The Kingston Home Port and Education Center is a joint project between the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater and the Hudson River Maritime Museum to build a two story timber frame boat building barn on the west end of the Hudson River Maritime Museum’s property on the historic Rondout Creek, a major tributary to the Hudson River. The building will be used for environmental education programming, public green infrastructure trainings, community boat building, maritime history lectures, and exhibits. Village of New Paltz will install a drain storm sewer system to eliminate the chronic wet condition and standing water that plagues Hasbrouck Park. Resolving chronic drainage issues will make the park more useable by permanent residents and SUNY-New Paltz students.

ESD

$1,000,000.00 $400,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Ulster

Kingston Home Port and Education Center

OPRHP

Mid-Hudson

Ulster

Village of New Paltz

Hasbrouck Park Improvements

OPRHP

$45,698.00

Mid-Hudson

Ulster

Shandaken Revitalization Plan Committee, Inc.

Three Town Emergency Funds 2011

Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly HCR homeowners, elderly veterans, or frail elderly homeowners in the northwestern Ulster County.

$75,000.00

Region
Mid-Hudson

County
Ulster

Applicant
City of Kingston

Project Title
Promoting HOMEownership In Kingston Healthy HOMEs In Ulster County

Description
O er a homebuyer program in the City of Kingston that will provide homeownership assistance to 13 low- and moderate-income homebuyers.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $350,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Ulster

Rural Ulster Preservation Company, Inc. Town of Ulster

O er a HOME Repair Program to address owner- HCR occupied housing rehabilitation needs in Ulster County, providing up to $25,760 in deferred payment loans to 10 owner occupants. Install 3,850 linear feet of storm water drainage in the Glenerie Neighborhood of the Town of Ulster. Renovate 22 homes of low-and moderate income residents of Ulster County. HCR

$278,400.00

Mid-Hudson

Ulster

Town of Ulster Glenerie Storm Drainage Project Ulster County Housing Rehabilitation Program Town of Wawarsing Improvements to Napanoch Water System Healthy Homes in Ulster County Village of New Paltz Water Storage Tank Project St. John's Riverside Hospital Green Roof

$599,492.00 $750,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Ulster

Ulster County

HCR

Mid-Hudson

Ulster

Town of Wawarsing

Improvements of a water treatment facility for the Town of Wawarsing.

HCR

$600,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Ulster

Rural Ulster Preservation Co., Inc. Village of New Paltz

Improvement of approximately 10 single-family homes on scattered sites in Ulster County. Replace existing 2.0MG steel water storage tank in Village of New Paltz with a 1.5MG prestressed concrete water tank. St. John’s Riverside Hospital will transform seven standard at asphalt roof areas to green roofs that provide numerous valuable bene ts to the environment as well as learning and health bene ts to all the patients, nursing school students, visitors, hospital sta and the neighboring community. Training for 20 unemployed workers in the New Way Workforce program. This program will provide new methods of training unemployed and underemployed low-income minority women to give them full employment in the fast growing ecologically-friendly green industries and trades. "Train ve Ossining employees to be e cient, sustainable business. This will make sta part of growth through diversi cation and help develop a pro table local food system in the Hudson Valley. " The Friends of Mozartina Musical Arts Conservatory rehabilitate and restore the Tarrytown Music Hall, a highly distinctive 1885 Queen Anne-style local, state, and federal landmark. The project will include the replacement of deteriorated foundations, restoration and repair of walls and windows, rehabilitation of the roof, and restoration of exterior so t stucco and paint nishes and interior lobby plaster and paint nishes.

HCR

$185,600.00 $600,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Ulster

HCR

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

St. John's Riverside Hospital

EFC

$990,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

Young Women's Christian Association of Yonkers

Green/ Clean Energy Occupational Training

DOL

$40,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

Zeltsman Associates, Inc.

Lean Business Process Training

DOL

$15,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

The Friends of Mozartina Musical Arts Conservatory, Inc.

The Tarrytown Music Hall Restoration

OPRHP

$400,000.00

Mid-Hudson
Region
Mid-Hudson

County
Westchester

Applicant
Committee to Save the Bird Homestead, Inc.

Project Title
Bird Homestead Meeting House Rehabilitation

Description
The Committee to Save the Bird Homestead will replace the roofs of the Bird Homestead's three buildings, make drainage systems and foundation repairs, replace the main roof and restore of the clerestory for the Meeting House. The Bird Homestead contains an 1835 Greek Revival house, a 19th-century barn and a woodworker’s shop with attached henhouse and woodshed, and the project will help preserve historic structures that retain a high degree of authenticity, but su er from longdeferred maintenance. Southern Westchester BOCES (SWBOCES) will provide 80 unemployed workers with training in Nurse Assistant and Pharmacy Technician programs o ered under the Allied Health Career Training. NYMC will construct a biotech incubator (iBio) from an existing lab facility. iBio will have a shared resources facility for drug development inlcluding wet lab facilities, business formation and development assistance, equipment, and vivarium space. Rehabilitation of 28 family rental units and four storefronts in the City of Mt. Vernon.

Agency
OPRHP

Total CFA Award $250,600.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

Southern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services New York Medical College

Allied Health Career Training

DOL

$50,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

IHA Training Grant

ESD

$4,000,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

Greater Centennial Community Development Corp. New Rochelle Business Improvement District Housing Action Council Housing Action Council

Zion Court

HCR

$570,507.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

New Rochelle BID Main Street 2011

Rehabilitate and revitalize 54 commercial units in 20 mixed-use buildings in the City of New Rochelle.

HCR

$500,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

Townhomes at New construction of 10 single-family Cockren Commons townhouse condominiums in the Hamlet of Armonk within the town of North Castle. HAC NYS AHC 445 North State Road Project New construction of 14 residential condominium units in a mixed-use development containing four o ce spaces in the Village of Briarcli Manor within the Town of Ossining. The Village of Sleepy Hollow will study the rehabilitation of the former industrial pier at the Castle Oil waterfront site for public recreational use, and will prepare schematic designs and cost estimates. The City of Mount Vernon will prepare a Hutchinson River Revitalization Plan to establish regional strategies for community and waterfront revitalization, and include preliminary planning for watershed management and a water trail. The Village of Dobbs Ferry will design and construct a shing pier at Waterfront Park, which will include features for small watercraft tie-up. The Village of Ossining will construct Harbor Square Promenade Park, a 1.6 acre park with 850 linear feet of Hudson River shoreline. The public park will be located adjacent to an approved $100 million mixed-use waterfront redevelopment to include walkways, benches, lighting, fencing, a kayak launch, public art, and beach and lawn areas.

HCR

$400,000.00 $560,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

HCR

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

Village of Sleepy Hollow

Horsemans Pier

DOS

$37,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

City of Mount Vernon

Hutchinson River Revitalization Plan

DOS

$92,937.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

Village of Dobbs Waterfront Park Ferry Fishing Pier

DOS

$322,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Westchester

Village of Ossining

Harbor Square Promenade Park

DOS

$485,000.00

Region
Mid-Hudson

County
Westchester/ Putnam

Applicant
San-Mar Manufacturing

Project Title
SML Manufacturing

Description
Project would relocate facility to an upgraded site that contains the regulatory infrastructure requirements set by the FDA for new drug businesses, as well as increase volume of the cosmetic business. 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. Demolition of a dilapidated City-owned school building on a brown eld site in Yonkers. NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs o er New York businesses solutions to improve energy e ciency 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 while. The FlexTech program can o er energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process E ciency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing e ciency.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $5,000,000.00

Mid-Hudson

Excelsior Jobs Program

ESD

$1,666,666.67

Mid-Hudson Mid-Hudson

The Community Builders NYSERDA received 125 applications

Public School 6

$29,600,000.00
NYSERDA

MidHudson Total

$67,026,136.67

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

New York City
$66.2 million awarded to 50 projects

Region
New York City

County
Bronx

Applicant
Association for Rehabilitative Case Management and Housing, Inc. Bronx Shepherds Restoration Corp.

Project Title
East 144th Street A ordable Housing Bronx Shepherds Restoration Corp. 2011 Access to Home Program Shepherds RESTORE 2011 Hunts Point Produce Market

Description
New construction of 60 units of a ordable housing in the South Bronx, including 42 units for persons with special needs. Assist persons with physical disabilities to make accessibility improvements to their homes. Assistance is available to homeowners or tenants. Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly and frail elderly homeowners in Bronx County. Hunts Point Produce Market proposes a modern food distribution facility. The produce market occupies 105 acres within the Hunts Point Food Distribution Center where more than 115 food wholesaling and processing rms generate more than $3 billion in sales annually. However, the inadequate and obsolete facilities have diminished the market’s ability to provide the community with a ordable quality produce. The newly funded facility will incorporate innovative green infrastructure practices for managing stormwater and increase total storage capacity by 20%, allowing the wholesalers to eliminate temporary storage, expand their businesses, and improve air and food quality for residents and workers. This project will design, construct, and monitor ve green streets and a new 18,000 sq. ft. green (vegetated) roof at St. Mary’s Recreation Center in the South Bronx. These green streets will experiment with new green techniques, soils and designs. New construction of 60 supportive rental units in the Bronx. Through the investment and installation of a single-stream recyclables sorting and processing system, the company will be able to signi cantly increase the diversion of recyclable material from the waste stream, thereby not only reducing the company’s cost of disposal but also increasing the company’s revenue from the sale of secondary commodities. The system is projected to process 35 tons per hour of commercial recyclable materials to produce high-quality recovered materials for both domestic and international consumption. New facility and equipment for the branding and manufacturer of nuts, dried fruits and trail mixes.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $1,049,997.00

New York City

Bronx

HCR

$300,000.00

New York City New York City

Bronx Bronx

Bronx Shepherds Restoration Corp. Hunts Point Terminal

HCR EFC, ESD

$75,000.00 $29,500,000.00

New York City

Bronx

New York City Department of Park and Recreation

Taking New York City's Innovative Greenstreets and Green Roofs to the Next Level! White Plains Road Action Environmental

EFC

$1,125,000.00

New York City New York City

Bronx Bronx

Praxis Housing Initiatives, Inc. Sustainable South Bronx

HCR ESD

$1,012,151.00 $250,000.00

New York City

Bronx

Terra na, LLC

SQF Certi cation Project

ESD

$200,000.00

New York City
Region
New York City

County
Bronx, Kings, New York

Applicant
City of New York

Project Title
Catalyst Reclaiming the Waterfront

Description
The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and the City Parks Foundation will continue to advance Catalyst, a multi-year waterfront project to revitalize 350 acres of signi cant, but underused, waterfront parkland in three densely-populated New York City neighborhoods: Soundview Park in the South Bronx, East River Park in Lower Manhattan, and Calvert Vaux and Kaiser Parks in the Coney Island section of Brooklyn. The Department of City Planning will undertake four related implementation tasks in the City's Waterfront Revitalization Program, Comprehensive Waterfront Plan, and PlaNYC to improve government oversight, promote economic development on the working waterfront, restore the natural waterfront, and increase climate resilience. NYC Seed Start is a series of 12-week competitive startup accelerator programs designed to launch new technology companies. The program will take place in New York City and provides $20,000 in seed funding to startup companies focused on a number of di erent industries that are important to the New York State economy. Seedstart allows entrepreneurs to be freed from thinking about o ce space or living expenses. The program accepts applications and gives the most promising 10 companies that qualify money, o ce space and mentorship in exchange for a small piece of equity. Make accessibility improvements, with grants of up to $25,000, to 20 homes of persons with physical disabilities, disabled veterans, who developmentally disabled and the frail elderly in the ve boroughs of NYC. Home improvement of approximately 85 units, on scattered sites in Bronx, Kings, Queens and Richmond Counties. Construction project for a new facility to consolidate and expand company operations. The business is currently based in New York and New Jersey and is exploring consolidation in New York. It is actively considering opportunities for space within the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Give 300 trainees the skills they need to achieve Home Health Aide certi cation from the New York State Department of Health. This project will take place in Brooklyn, o ering 75 hours of training over 13 days. Installation of a new state-of-the-art Flexographic printing press designed to operate on water-based inks to prevent 51 tons VOC and 300 tons solid waste in a two year period. This project will be at the company’s facility in East New York, Brooklyn, in a mixed residential/ manufacturing area. New construction of 60 a ordable units for seniors and six units for developmentallydisabled adults in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

Agency
DOS

Total CFA Award $520,000.00

New York City

Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond

City of New York

Waterfront Planning Implementation

DOS

$360,400.00

New York City

Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond

New York City Seedstart LLC

Seedstart

ESD

$550,000.00

New York City

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

Rebuilding Together NYC

Rebuild Together NYC Access to Home 2011

HCR

$250,000.00

New York City

NHS of NYC

NHS of NYC AHC 2011 -1-4 MRLP

HCR

$400,000.00

New York City

Crye American

Crye American Facility Expansion

ESD

$1,000,000.00

New York City

Kings

Americare, Inc.

Home Health Aide Certi cation Training

DOL

$25,000.00

New York City

Kings

Brooklyn EDC

Inland Paper Products

ESD

$250,000.00

New York City

Kings

Dunn Development Corp.

King Garden Apartments

HCR

$1,662,299.00

Region
New York City

County
Kings

Applicant
East Brooklyn Churches Sponsoring Committee Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project LDC New York City Department of Parks and Recreation

Project Title
Stanley Commons Senior Housing

Description
New construction of 81 units of a ordable housing for seniors in the East New York neighborhood of Brooklyn. Rehabilitate and revitalize 9 commercial and 15 residential units in mixed-use buildings on Myrtle Avenue in Kings County.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $969,264.00

New York City

Kings

Restoring Myrtle Avenue in Fort Greene Cooper Park Renovation

HCR

$500,000.00 $400,000.00

New York City

Kings

NYC Parks will create and improve facilities OPRHP at Cooper Park including, volleyball, tennis, basketball, handball, skate park, dog run, picnic area, and landscaping. Cooper Park is located three blocks from Newtown Creek (recently designated as a federal Superfund site), and half a block from Cooper Houses, an area that is underserved for parks and open space. In addition to providing new recreation options in a disadvantaged area, the planned renovation contributes to sustainability goals by converting asphalt to greenery, thereby improving storm water management for the nearby creek. The Prospect Park Alliance will replace the former Wollman ice skating rink and building with a state-of-the-art LEED certi ed recreation facility, including two skating rinks, three multipurpose rooms, and expanded green space adjacent to a historic landscape restoration. Lakeside will be seamlessly built into the surrounding landscape, preserving historic design while meeting the needs of a diverse contemporary urban community. A "green roof" over all building structures will improve energy e ciency and eight acres of parkland (three acres of green space and ve acres of water) will be introduced. Make accessibility improvements, with grants of up to $25,000, to 10 homes of persons who are physically disabled or frail elderly in Kings County. Make accessibility improvements, with grants of up to $25,000, to 14 homes of persons with physical disabilities and the frail elderly in Kings County. New construction of 24 a ordable rental units in Brooklyn. "OPRHP EFC"

New York City

Kings

Prospect Park Alliance, Inc.

Lakeside in Prospect Park Green Roof

$2,687,000.00

New York City

Kings

Provider Hamaspik Hamaspik of Kings of Kings County County Access to Home 2011 Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc. The Bridge, Inc O ce of the Borough President of Brooklyn Access to Home

HCR

$250,000.00

New York City

Kings

HCR

$300,000.00

New York City

Kings

Knickerbocker Commons

HCR

$470,806.00

New York City

Kings

RBSCC RESTORE 2011

Rehabilitate 10 homes with grants of up to $7,500 for emergency housing repairs in Kings County. New construction of 54 rental units in Ocean Hill, Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Borough President's O ce, the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative and Regional Plan Association will advance the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway, including construction of 1.7-acres of open space with park amenities along the greenway at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Naval Hospital Cemetery.

HCR

$75,000.00

New York City New York City

Kings Kings

Herkimer Street Residence Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway

HCR DOS

$1,084,347.00 $890,000.00

New York City
Region
New York City

County
New York

Applicant
CREATE LLC

Project Title
Taystee Bakery

Description
The CREATE at Harlem Green Development will revitalize and physically transform the former Taystee Bakery Complex by creating a state-of-the-art commercial building while preserving most of the façade of the original buildings. The building will have entrances on 125th and 126th Streets, with a pathway leading to an open courtyard and will include ground oor uses that activate the streetscape. When completed the development will include 100,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space, 90,000 sq. ft. of o ce space 40,000 sq. ft. of retail space and 10,000 sq. ft. of community facility space. Catholic Health Care System will o er Electronic Medical Records Training to 35 members of its workforce as a part of a system-wide electronic medical records (EMR) implementation at ArchCare's seven nursing homes in New York City and the Mid-Hudson Valley. Adopting EMRs will help ArchCare provide a higher quality of treatment for nursing home residents. The Chinatown Manpower Certi ed Nurse Aide (CNA) Training Program will provide training to prepare 33 unemployed workers as CNAs. Additionally, the program will o er 30 hours of Vocational English as a Second Language training and 16 hours of exam preparation. Expand the scope of PlaNYC 2030 to develop a roadmap to reduce city-wide greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent by 2050. This roadmap will prioritize those actions that have the greatest economic development potential and identify near-term actions, particularly regulatory or policy changes, needed to facilitate dramatic carbon reductions. The plan will identify and evaluate strategies to reduce city-wide greenhouse gas emissions; quantify the economic bene ts of meeting the City’s current goal of a 30% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030; and provide further research into the City’s current greenhouse gas inventory to better understand and report on neighborhood-level emissions and energy use. 20 current NYC-based employees will be trained in business writing, program budgeting, public speaking, project management, management and supervision. Acquire and rehabilitate 36 cooperative units in two adjoining buildings the West Harlem section of Manhattan. New York Restoration Project will restore for public use a 4-acre site on the Harlem River in northern Manhattan. Adjacent to PS 5 elementary school, the site was formerly used as a marina for private boat clubs and later as an illegal dump. NYRP will transform this site into a publicly-accessible open space, reconnecting it to already restored neighboring areas, expanding waterfront access, creating recreational opportunities, and improving the quality of life and health of this community district.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $10,000,000.00

New York City

New York

Catholic Health Care System

Electronic Medical Records training

DOL

$10,880.00

New York City

New York

Chinatown Manpower Project, Inc.

Chinatown Manpower Certi ed Nurse Aide Training Program Cleaner Greener Communities Sustainability Planning Program

DOL

$50,000.00

New York City

New York

City of New York

NYSERDA

$1,000,000.00

New York City

New York

Gay Men's Health Crisis, Inc.

Business Skills and Management Training HPDC AHC 20113603-05 Broadway Cooperatives Sherman Creek Waterfront Access

DOL

$49,842.00

New York City

New York

Housing Partnership Development Corp. New York Restoration Project

HCR

$877,500.00

New York City

New York

OPRHP

$318,800.00

Region
New York City

County
New York

Applicant
Solar One

Project Title
Solar 2 Green Roof

Description
Solar 2 will install a green roof as part of becoming the rst LEED-Platinum, net-zero energy use and net-zero water use building in any large American city. Solar 2 will display a geothermal heating system, a black water reclamation and reuse system, a solar array on the green roof, and dozens of other cuttingedge energy e cient and sustainable design technologies. The Center will train over 80 New York City workers in a series of management development workshops. It will also provide customer service training to over 400 Certi ed Nursing Assistants (CNAs). The General Society Mechanics and Tradesmen of the City of New York will develop a Historic Structure Report, a planning document for the renovation, restoration and preservation of The General Society 1890 building. The 70,000 sq. ft. landmark -- at 20 West 44th Street in Midtown Manhattan, housing one of the oldest and the only continuously operated mechanics’ institute in the United States -- must accommodate modern functions. The goal is to preserve the historic characteristics of the building while complying with current building codes, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and reconciling energy codes with preservation requirements. Shapeways will begin to manufacture in the US and will establish a plant in New York State. The company plans to lease about 15,000 sq. ft. of industrial space to create the factory of the future. This factory will include space for manufacturing (3D printing), shipping & receiving, lab/demonstration/classroom area, cleaning/prep area, o ce space and common areas. New construction of 101 rental units in Jamaica, Queens. Hunters Point South is a large-scale a ordable housing development along the East River waterfront in Queens. The project will include stormwater harvesting and reuse in both buildings to irrigate planted roof areas on the buildings. Building A will contain more than 5,700 sq ft. of planted roof area and Building B will contain more than1,000 sq ft. Long Island Jewish Medical Center will construct a green roof on the rooftop of the Cohen Children's Medical Center in Queens that includes plantings, surfacing, fencing, energy e cient LED exterior lighting, and a necessary extension of the existing elevator of the building to the rooftop. Once constructed, the Cohen Children's Medical Center will create a healing space where pediatric patients and families can bond with nature. In addition to these therapeutic bene ts, the green roof will also have substantial environmental and economic bene ts through decreased stormwater runo and energy savings on heating and cooling costs.

Agency
EFC

Total CFA Award $229,000.00

New York City

New York

Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center

Management Development Training and Certi ed Nursing Assistant (CAN) Training Historic Structure Report

DOL

$9,900.00

New York City

New York

The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of the City of New York

OPRHP

$63,000.00

New York City

Queens

Shapeways, Inc.

3DFoF

ESD

$200,000.00

New York City

Queens

Bluestone Jamaica I, LLC HPS Associates LLC

161st St Mixed Use Inclusionary Housing Hunters Point A and B

HCR

$615,856.00 $287,000.00

New York City

Queens

EFC

New York City

Queens

Long Island Jewish Cohen Children's Medical Center Medical Center Green Roof

EFC

$450,000.00

New York City
Region
New York City

County
Queens

Applicant
Margert Community Corp.

Project Title
MCC 2011 Access to Home Program

Description
Provide assistance to persons with physical disabilities, persons who are disabled veterans and persons who are frail elderly to make accessibility improvements to their homes in Queens County. Margert Community Corp. anticipates assisting 12 households with these improvements. Conduct emergency housing repair needs for elderly homeowners, home owners with physical disabilities, or frail elderly homeowners in Queens County. This Community Health Worker Training Program will train 18 residents living in public housing to become front line health workers. After training, they will educate their neighbors about the importance of preventive health care and following instructions from medical professionals. Training for 50 New Hyde Park employees as they establish a CNA Leadership Training Project to meet the growing need to enhance the quality of care provided in nursing homes by direct care workers. This project is a green retro t of Parking Lot 1, the gateway to the main campus quadrangle and principal buildings at Queensborough Community College. Permeable asphalt paving and vegetated bioin ltration swales will be installed to manage rain where it falls, reducing water runo that can carry pollutants into water systems. The new green parking lot will be integrated into service learning classes QCC and be used as a focal point for Earth Day celebrations. New construction of 65 a ordable rental units in Jamaica, Queens. Training for 27 Long Island City employees to improve e ciencies of its manufacturing operations, Customer Service, and utilization of MAS software. Conduct emergency housing repairs for elderly homeowners in Richmond County. The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation will begin implementation of the 482-acre East Park section of the Freshkills Park, formerly the Fresh Kills Land ll, and design and construct bike and pedestrian trails, a wetland boardwalk, exible-use lawns, a kayak and canoe launch, primary and secondary entrances, and an ecologically-sensitive parking area.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $300,000.00

New York City

Queens

Margert Community Corp.

MCC 2011 RESTORE Program

HCR

$75,000.00

New York City

Queens

Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation

Rockaway Community Health Worker Training Program

DOL

$50,000.00

New York City

Queens

Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care & Rehabilitation Research Foundation of CUNY on behalf of Queensborough Community College

Certi ed Nurse Aide (CAN) Leadership Training Queensborough Community College Stormwater Management Permeable Pavement

DOL

$30,000.00

New York City

Queens

EFC

$1,000,000.00

New York City

Queens

Rufus King Court Limited Partnership White Co ee Corporation

Rufus King Court Apartments Manufacturing E ciency Training

HCR

$1,752,612.00 $47,400.00

New York City

Queens

DOL

New York City New York City

Richmond Richmond

Richmond Senior Services, Inc. City of New York

Richmond Senior RESTORE 2011 Freshkills Park East Park Development and Educational Outreach

HCR DOS

$75,000.00 $850,000.00

Region
New York City

County

Applicant
NYSERDA received 302 applications

Project Title

Description
NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs o er New York businesses solutions to improve energy e ciency 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 while. The FlexTech program can o er energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process E ciency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing e ciency.

Agency
NYSERDA

Total CFA Award

New York City

Excelsior Jobs Program

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.

ESD

$1,666,666.67

NYC Total

$66,164,720.67

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

Long Island
$101.6 million awarded to 66 projects

Region
Long Island

County
Multi-County

Applicant
Community Housing Innovations, Inc.

Project Title
Long Island Homeownership 2011

Description
Acquisition and rehabilitation of 16 units consisting of 12 single family homes, two cooperative apartments and two condominium apartments for rst-time homebuyers.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $640,000.00

Long Island

Multi-County

Long Island Housing Partnership Accelerate Long Island

Employer Assisted Housing Thought Box 1 - Hicksville

Acquisition and rehabilitation of 92 singleHCR family homes on scattered sites in Nassau and Su olk Counties. Thought Box 1 will merge suburban development and industry cluster focusing on young workers. The 450,000 square foot facility will be an integrated commercial/ residential center designed primary for IT companies with a ordable housing and amenities to attract employees. This expansion project includes a new building and purchase of machinery and equipment to accommodate the Joint Strike Fighter Project. Train seven employees in quality control techniques at this machining contractor that specializes in defense work. Nearly all of their business comes from defense contractors, including US government agencies, so an e ective quality system is key to growth and competitiveness. The workers will train to achieve the strict standards of AS9100, the industry standard. Cold Spring Harbor Labs will constuct an 8,000 square foot advanced drug testing facility at the CSHL Genome Center. The Facility will house a center with state-ofthe-art imaging equipment such as MRI, CT, ultrasound and uorescence imaging. With the Advanced Drug Testing Facility as part of the Cancer Therapeutics Initiative, CSHL will have assembled a critical core of truly unique resources that it will harness to identify genetic changes that give rise to cancers, and to nd new drugs and drug combinations that will improve patient outcomes. This project supports the expansion of this company that designs and manufactures temperature control and de-icing equipment for the aerospace industry. ESD

$1,750,000.00 $3,000,000.00

Long Island

Nassau

Long Island

Nassau

Arkwin IndusTRANSies, Inc. Catalina Instrument Corp.

quantumleap

ESD

$2,212,441.00

Long Island

Nassau

Quality Systems Training

DOL

$21,000.00

Long Island

Nassau

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

Advanced Drug Testing Facility

ESD

$2,000,000.00

Long Island

Nassau

Cox & Company, Inc

Excelsior Program

ESD

$164,250.00

Long Island
Region
Long Island

County
Nassau

Applicant
Evans and Paul, LLC LiRo Engineers, Inc. Love and Quiches Ltd New Cassel Housing, LLC New York Institute of Technology

Project Title
Evans and Paul LLC

Description
Project supports the development of seamless rooms, LED lighting touch sensor controls, etc. Training for 27 Syosset, NY workers in a variety of engineering and software applications. Expansion of manufacturing facility to improve production processes, create jobs and enhance energy savings. New construction of 36 a ordable rental units in the hamlet of New Cassel, Nassau County. The School of Engineering and Computing Sciences at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) will consolidate and expand its ongoing industry-academic partnerships by creating a new Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center (ETIC) to foster innovation and promote collaborations between industry, the academic community, professional organizations, and government. The health system will train 25 currently certi ed medical coders to meet ICD-10 requirements and those who must become ICD-10 certi ed. Campus in Bethpage, New York will undergo building renovation.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $901,942.00 $14,896.00 $130,722.00 $2,586,743.00 $400,000.00

Long Island

Nassau

Engineering Continuing Education Excelsior

DOL

Long Island

Nassau

ESD

Long Island

Nassau

New Cassel Apartments

HCR

Long Island

Nassau

NYIT

ESD

Long Island

Nassau

North Shore LIJ Health System, Inc. Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation Oyster Bay Main Street Association

ICD-10 Medical Coder Training

DOL

$50,000.00

Long Island

Nassau

Bethpage Revitalization Program

ESD

$1,100,000.00

Long Island

Nassau

Oyster Bay Main Street Grant 2011

Rehabilitate and revitalize 13 commercial, 17 residential, and 3 downtown anchor units in mixed-use buildings in Downtown Historic Oyster Bay, and make streetscape improvements. P & L Developments of New York will be implementing an on-site training program which will include: Six Sigma Green Belt, Customer First Culture and Strategic Planning. This training will be conducted on site at PL Developments.Strategic Planning training analyzes key concepts, identifying stages of the strategic planning process, and by discovering e ective ways to gain support from customers and stakeholders. Project consists of expansion of the existing facility and acqusition of two land parcels to support the expansion of its manufacturing capacity.

HCR

$500,000.00

Long Island

Nassau

P&L Developments of New York Corp

Quality System Training

DOL

$41,600.00

Long Island

Nassau

P&L Development PL Developments Project of New York Corporation South Nassau Communities Hospital Health Care Skills Upgrade Training

ESD

$3,066,000.00

Long Island

Nassau

27 clinical and non-clinical workers will DOL receive training at this Long Island hospital. Some sta will become certi ed instructors, some will upgrade their computer skills, while others will receive training in pulmonary rehabilitation training. Sewer upgrade as part of a comprehensive, downtown transit-oriented redevelopment of Hemstead Village. ESD

$21,268.00

Long Island

Nassau

Village of Hempstead

Village of Hempstead Downtown Revitalization

$5,000,000.00

Region
Long Island

County
Nassau

Applicant
Town of Oyster Bay

Project Title
Raising Awareness of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems

Description
The Town of Oyster Bay and Friends of the Bay and watershed protection committees for Manhasset Bay, Hempstead Harbor, and Oyster Bay/Cold Spring Harbor, will raise public awareness of the importance of regularly inspecting, maintaining, and repairing/upgrading residential onsite wastewater treatment systems within the watersheds of the three embayments. This project would match private venture funds to support start up technology rms to create high-paying jobs. This project would develop and provide 180 technicians, designers and engineers composite technology workforce training and education programs at Long Island colleges and universities. SUNY Stony Brook-led e ort to provide science and technology training in underserved Long Island communities. This is a LI Transformative Priority Project. Will enable all of Long Island's institutions o ering four-year engineering programs/ degrees to expand their enrollments by almost 750 students, 1500 total, in the next ve years for Phases 1 and 2. This project will bring resources to the region via a dual strategy of worker skill training and entrepreneurial development, including training and business start-up and seed capital funding. The project will train 25 unemployed registered nurses with associate’s degrees to be certi ed as Clinical IT RN's to be employeed by North Shore LIJ. This Long Island company will train 20 current employees on how to improve quality management, prepare for internal audits and become industry certi ed. Road improvements to facilitate a 452 acre mixed-use devlopment project. This project will be bulit in phases to include 9,000 dwellings and 1,000,000 square feet of retail and hotel spaces and 3,000,000 square feet of o ce and commercial spaces. Development of agri-business storage and processing capacity for local farmers on the East End of Long Island.

Agency
DOS

Total CFA Award $45,000.00

Long Island

Nassau, Su olk

Accelerate Long Island Long Island Forum for Technology

Accelerate Long Island

ESD

$500,000.00 $136,000.00

Long Island

Nassau, Su olk

21st Century Workforce in Advanced Composite Manufacturing

ESD

Long Island

Nassau, Su olk

STEM Workforce Innovation Stony Brook University

Long Island Community Engagement for STEM Education and Careers EngINE

ESD

$350,000.00 $2,000,000.00

Long Island

Nassau, Su olk

ESD

Long Island

Nassau, Su olk

Town of Hempstead Department of Occupational Resources North Shore LIJ

Long Island Business and Workforce Investment Project

ESD

$427,535.20

Long Island

Nassau,Su olk, Queens, New York Su olk

Next Generation of Healthcare Workers

"ESD DOL"

$80,000.00

Long Island

1-Source Electronic Components, Inc. 22-50 Jackson Avenue Associates L.P. and Pilgrim East, L.P. Agriculture Enterprise Park (EBCAL)

Quality Management Training

DOL

$46,410.00

Long Island

Su olk

Heartland Town Square

ESD

$2,500,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

Agriculture Enterprise Park

ESD

$500,000.00

Long Island
Region
Long Island

County
Su olk

Applicant
Air Techniques, Inc.

Project Title
Lean Manufacturing Training

Description
This training project is to improve our dental / medical device manufacturing facility located on Long Island in Melville. The training will assist in e orts to improve process ow, minimize inventory levels and customer service levels. It will also train industrial and manufacturing engineers with skills currently lacking on Lean Manufacturing. Eight key focus areas have been identi ed in which Advanced Lean training is required. The expected outcomes of this project includes higher operational e ciencies, reduced rework and waste, reduced inventory investment, improved quality, delivery performance and greater customer satisfaction. The total number of trainees for the entire program is approximately 53 employees. This Long Island company will enhance the credentials and of 13 current workers in the aerospace industry. Workers will also be trained in lean manufacturing to eliminate waste, streamline operations, and help position the company as a low-cost manufacturer.

Agency
DOL

Total CFA Award $47,500.00

Long Island

Su olk

American Pride Fasteners

Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL

$39,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

Amneal Pharmaceuticals of New York, LLC

Amneal Expansion Project LI Pharmaceutical's expansion to add 300,000 square feet of space--265,000 square foot expansion of existing structures and the construction of a new 35,000 square foot stand-alone facility dedicated to Potent Compounds production. AVCO INDUSTRIES EXCELSIOR Manufacturing Quality Systems Certi cation To increase production lines and manufacturing. This training project will train 14 existing sta and prepare B&R Industries to secure ISO quality certi cation for their manufacturing operations in Medford, Long Island. As a "train and do" project, training will include working with the employees to prepare documentation, work instructions, developing processes and procedures that comply with the ISO 9001:2008 standards. Supports the integration of state-of-the-art hydroponic greenhouse systems (for growing vegetables) with cutting edge aquaculture systems (for raising edible sh) through a green technology known as aquaponics. Creation of a Smarter Grid Research Innovation, Development, Demonstration, Deployment Center,"SGRID3", by Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) and Stony Brook University (SBU). The Center will operate out of a new facility to be constructed at BNL (AEGIS), and the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center (AERTC) at SBU that will be augmented by construction of a new Smart Grid Test and Validation Facility. The new facilities and their focused research and development work on smart grid technologies will be supported by leading edge science and technology facilities and programs already underway at the two institutions.

ESD

$3,000,000.00

Long Island Long Island

Su olk Su olk

AVCO INDUSTRIES INC. B&R Industries, Inc.

ESD DOL

$537,300.00 $42,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

BLUE GREEN FARMS, INC.

BGFHydroponicsNewYork

ESD

$517,293.00

Long Island

Su olk

Brookhaven Science Associates LLC

SGRID3

ESD

$5,000,000.00

Region
Long Island

County
Su olk

Applicant
Brookhaven Science Associates, LLC

Project Title
Long Island STEM Hub

Description
The LI STEM Hub is an initiative that will bring together research, employers, government and existing workforce collaborations to coordinate and support education and training programs for K-12.This project is one of the seven STEM skills training programs. To train and prepare our organization at our facility to be pro cient at J-STD-001 and ESD standards and become certi ed as such. New construction of 61 units of a ordable housing for homeless individuals and families in the hamlet of North Amityville. Train 67 Hauppauge employees in 12 courses to introduce lean manufacturing practices into its operations. This will help them manage inventory and suppliers more e ciently, accelerate time-to-market, reduce equipment changeover times and improve preventive maintenance. To expand the bay scallop restoration e orts which includes the acquisition of machinery and equipment, supplies and working capital. Project includes renovations and new machinery and equipment to ensure long term growth in New York. Training for 63 Hauppauge, NY workers in Lean Manufacturing principles and customer service. Expected results include an increase in on-time delivery rate, an increase in productivity, and a decrease in waste percentages and stock usage. Eastern Energy Systems, Inc. will train 4 employees in management techniques and technical skills in the renewable energy industry. Training will take place in NYC. The project will promote STEM education to an underrepresented population by developing a network with the Brookhaven National Laboratory Portal to Discovery to connect people, policies, programs and partnerships with like-minded initiatives in other states. Training for 15 Sayville employees in order to obtain ISO 9001-2008 Certi cation. This certi cation will provide the company with quality management systems and enable the rm to win more projects, expand its markets, and increase sales and pro tability. Project consists of the acquisition of a building to manufacture high technology products for transportation, utilities and military.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $320,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

Bryit Group, LLC

Electrical Manufacturing Quality Systems Training Concern Amityville

DOL

$27,000.00 $1,251,916.00 $48,200.00

Long Island

Su olk

Concern for Indpendent Living, Inc. Contract Pharmacal Corp.

HCR

Long Island

Su olk

Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL

Long Island

Su olk

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Su olk County D'Addario & Company, Inc. Disc Graphics, Inc.

Restoration of Bay Scallop Fisheries

ESD

$182,900.00

Long Island

Su olk

DAddario

ESD

$1,865,118.00 $48,400.00

Long Island

Su olk

Lean Manufacturing Training

DOL

Long Island

Su olk

Eastern Energy Systems, Inc.

Management Training and Technical Skills Upgrade Training Farmingdale State College STEM Diversity Roundtable and Center

DOL

$11,270.00

Long Island

Su olk

Farmingdale State College

ESD

$100,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

FilCoil FC, Inc.

Quality System Training

DOL

$35,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

G4 Synergetics, Inc.

G4 Synergetics

ESD

$1,500,000.00

Long Island
Region
Long Island

County
Su olk

Applicant
Green Long Island, Inc.

Project Title
Residential Energy E ciency Building Analyst Training

Description
Training for 50 Southampton unemployed workers to increase the number of Long Island homeowners making investments in residential energy e ciency. Training will include preparation for the rst Building Performance Institute certi cation examination, "Building Analyst". Acquisition and rehabilitation of three a ordable single-family homes in Su olk County. Construction of 22 a ordable single family homes in Su olk County. Training for 24 Deer Park, NY employees in forty, four-hour training sessions, on the implementation of Lean Manufacturing. Training for 42 Hauppauge, NY employees in the use of the latest version of Microsoft Dynamics AX, which is an advanced Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Program. Mikim has 12 employees that design and develop precision machine parts. The project funds a 9 month training program in AS9100 audit requirements. Trainees will be able to prepare the AS-9100 quality system documentation, address internal auditing and be able to achieve certi cation. 20 current employees at this Ronkonkoma facility will be trained in ISO 9001:2008 quality systems. Renovation and purchase of machinery and equipment will re-establish the packaging division and help convert the company to a quality driven innovative packaging company capable of both exographic and o set printing work. Peconic Land Trust will acquire the Ships Hole Farm property, expand the farm operation, begin restoring the historic farmhouse and agricultural barn/outbuildings, connect the farm with the existing nature trail, and begin educational and historic programming. Training for 46 employees in quality control at this precast concrete manufacturing plant. Workers will gain industry-recognized certi cations required for quality control sta at all National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA) certi ed plants. They will learn lean manufacturing and quality and production standards for the concrete industry as they prepare for certi cation testing.

Agency
DOL

Total CFA Award $48,500.00

Long Island

Su olk

Habitat for Humanity of Su olk Habitat for Humanity of Su olk Jamco Aerospace, Inc. Meopta U.S.A., Inc.

HFHS 2011 Rehabilitation NSP HFHS 2011 New Construction Program Lean Manufacturing Training Advanced Resource Planning Training

HCR

$105,000.00 $770,000.00 $42,120.00 $50,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

HCR

Long Island

Su olk

DOL

Long Island

Su olk

DOL

Long Island

Su olk

Mikim Industries, Inc.

Quality System Training

DOL

$24,600.00

Long Island

Su olk

Multiline Technology New York Label & Box Corp

Quality System Training

DOL

$44,850.00 $160,400.00

Long Island

Su olk

Packaging Division

ESD

Long Island

Su olk

Peconic Land Trust

Ships Hole Farm Preservation

OPRHP

$400,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

Roman Stone Construction Company

Quality Control Training

DOL

$49,915.00

Region
Long Island

County
Su olk

Applicant
Sciegen Pharmaceuticals Inc

Project Title
Sciegen Pharmaceuticals Inc

Description
This project involves the purchase of new machinery and equipment to support the development of low cost generic pharmaceuticals to ultimately be manufactured, marketed and distributed to provide healthcare at economical prices and future expansion into a larger facility. This project will train up to 46 transitional professionals in at least one or more credentials, including Project Management, LEED Green Associate, Certi ed Green Professional and SME LEAN Bronze Operations Certi cate. Classes will be o ered at the Stony Brook University Research Park in high-tech classrooms and labs. To be located on 9-acres of Su olk Countyowned property in the Town of Islip south of the Ronkonkoma Train Station (The Hub TOD is 50 acres of property north of the Ronkonkoma Station in the Town of Islip) The Caumsett Foundation, in partnership with the state, the local community, other government entities, for-pro t groups and private foundations, will restore from severe deterioration the masonry, carpentry and other exterior elements of the Polo Stable at Caumsett State Historic Site. This is the third and nal phase of the exterior renovation project. The Polo Stable, the most architecturally important building at Caumsett, was designed by John Russell Pope, and is on the State and National Registers of Historic Places. The Foundation has already replaced the slate roof and cupola. The Wyandanch Rising initiative is a public /private partnership that will transform the most economically, socially and environmentally distressed community on Long Island into an active mixed-use, mixed income, transit-oriented community. The primary community revitalization objectives to be achieved by this project include: returning dormant and underutilized properties into productive use; creating jobs and housing; increasing tax revenue, and restoring the environmental quality of the downtown. The multi-faceted project will restore existing wetlands, control stormwater runo through various green techniques, and protect the stream banks and the shoreline of Geiger Lake. The Town of Southhold will purchase a 10.6 acre property for open space and conservation purposes in Greenport. The parcel is within the Pipes Cove Complex, the largest relatively undisturbed saltmarsh habitat remaining on the North Fork. Acquisition is critical to the anticipated Bay to Sound Trail, a hiking trail from the Peconic Estuary to Long Island Sound.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $2,421,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

Stony Brook University

Project Management and Various Certi cate Training Programs

DOL

$49,875.00

Long Island

Su olk

Su ok County Department of Public Works

Ronkonkoma Hub

ESD

$4,000,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

The Caumsett Foundation, Inc.

Polo Stable Restoration

OPRHP

$400,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

Town of Babylon

Wyandanch Rising

ESD DOT EFC

$6,000,000.00

Long Island

Su olk

Town of Southold

Pipes Cove Conservation

OPRHP

$389,341.00

Long Island
Region
Long Island

County
Su olk

Applicant
United Baking Co., Inc.

Project Title
Uncle Wallys

Description
This project includes the purchase of new equipment and renovations on existing equipment and buildings to increase productivity. The company plans on acquiring a new building and purchasing a new oven line in the future. To expand company operations in the design, manufacture, and marketing of advanced highly-e cient LED street and commercial lighting. The Village of Port Je erson will complete construction of its Harborwalk component of Harborfront Park with a direct pedestrian connection and public access to the remaining 400 linear feet of shoreline that connects the Haborfront Park and Village Center on the east, Danford's Inn & Marina and the Port Je erson Ferry on the west, and the Maritime Explorium. 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 e orts. 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. NYSERDA’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) programs o er New York businesses solutions to improve energy e ciency 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 o er energy saving opportunities through consultation and cost-sharing studies. Industrial and Process E ciency Program can help organizations increase product output and data processing e ciency.

Agency
ESD

Total CFA Award $1,469,419.00

Long Island

Su olk

Vision Quest Lighting

LED Street Light Manufacturing

ESD

$277,800.00

Long Island

Su olk

Village of Port Je erson

Port Je erson Village Harborwalk Project

DOS

$100,000.00

Long Island

Low-cost economic development Financing

ESD

$25,000,000.00

Long Island

Excelsior Jobs Program

ESD

$15,000,000.00

Long Island

NYSERDA received 10 applications

NYSERDA

Long Island Total

$101,561,524.20

Statewide Chairman’s Committee

Multi-Regio
$2.6 million awarded to 5 projects

Region
Multiple-Capital Region, Central NY, Finger Lakes, Mohawk Valley, North Country, Southern Tier & Western NY Multiple-Capital Region, Mohawk Valley & North Country Multiple-Capital Region, Mohawk Valley & Southern Tier

County
Multi-County

Total Project Cost
$3,815,433.00

CFA Requested Applicant Project Title Amount
$900,000.00 Habitat for Humanity NYS HFH-NYS 2011

Description
New construction of 25 single-family homes located on scattered sites across New York State.

Agency
HCR

Total CFA Award $900,000.00

Multi-County

$1,995,000.00

$300,000.00

Adirondack Community Housing Trust Western Catskills Community Revitalization Council, Inc.

Adirondack Community Housing TrustHomebuyer Program HOME Rental Rehabilitation Phase 2

Acquisition and rehabilitation of 15 homes on scattered sites in the Adirondack Park. Improve housing conditions throughout 12 towns in 3 counties (Delaware, Greene and Schoharie) through a HOME Repair Program to address rental housing rehabilitation needs. Home improvement of 112 single-family units on scattered sites in four regions. Rehabilitate 8 homes owned by lowincome households in Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Genesee, Livingston, and Wyoming Counties.

HCR

$300,000.00

Delaware, Greene, Schoharie

$582,000.00

$400,000.00

HCR

$400,000.00

Multiple-Central NY, Finger Lakes, Southern Tier & Western NY Multiple-Finger Lakes & Western NY

Multi-County

$1,600,000.00

$600,000.00

Bishop Sheen

Sheen Housing Home Repair Program Western New York Healthy HOMEs Project

HCR

$600,000.00

Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Genesee, Livingston, Wyoming

$400,000.00

$400,000.00

The Empire Housing Center, Inc.

HCR

$400,000.00

MultiRegion

$2,600,000.00

CFA A 12-9-11

Design and Production by Department of Labor Communications

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