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Links roundup—IDA & LDC edition

September 7, 2011

  • A company in Henrietta that designs and manufactures automated production equipment says that it will add 155 new jobs with the help of $800,000 worth of tax credits from Empire State Development and sales tax benefits from the County of Monroe IDA. [Henrietta Post]
  • The Erie County IDA is holding a public hearing on September 12 regarding a subsidy package for a manufacturer that wants to expand its West Seneca facilities, potentially adding up to 10 new employees. The board will formally vote on the incentives on September 19. [Buffalo Business First]
  • Happy 40th birthday, Jefferson County IDA!. [Watertown Daily Times]
  • The Genesee Gateway Local Development Corporation is selling 100 acres of land to a dairy processing company and is claiming an exception to the law’s requirement for public bidding based on the economic development benefits of the deal. [ABO]
  • After nearly a decade and over $9 million in federal, state, and local funding, the Wayne Economic Development Corporation is finally ready to start selling lots at the Sterling Business Park. [Wayne Independent]
  • Empire State Development announced that $17 million in grants from the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation were awarded to nonprofits to fund a variety of projects and services, including health care, social services, education, and cultural initiatives. [ESD]
  • The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation is looking for a Director of Workforce Development. [Brooklyn Navy Yard]
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