Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that construction has begun on a $2.1 million project to remove the Northumberland Street Bridge in the Town of Morristown, St. Lawrence County. The bridge was damaged by flooding and has been closed since 2019.
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Governor Cuomo Announces Construction Start of $14 Million Resiliency Project in Town of Newfane, Niagara County
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the start of construction of a $14 million resiliency project awarded to the Town of Newfane, Niagara County through the Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative. Olcott Harbor is an important recreational harbor located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario.
Governor Cuomo Announces Construction Completion of $3.1 Million Resiliency and Economic Development Project In City of Oswego
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced construction has completed at Wright's Landing Marina in the City of Oswego. The $3.1 million project is part of the Governor's Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the start of construction of a $1.5 million project awarded to the Town of Sterling, Cayuga County, through the Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative. The existing double culvert carrying McIntyre Road over Sterling Valley Creek is the only access route for local residences and agricultural properties north of Sterling Creek. Flooding events of 2019 caused inundation of the culvert and erosion of the roadway embankment at both the inlet and the outlet of the culvert. To keep this vital roadway open, emergency repairs had to be undertaken. Improvements included in this project will ensure uninterrupted residential and emergency vehicle passage.
Governor Cuomo Announces Start of Construction of Resiliency Project at Historic Site in St. Lawrence County
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the start of construction on a $1.3 million resiliency project awarded to the Fort de la Presentation Association, St. Lawrence County, through the Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced new appointments to his administration.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced construction has begun on two of the 11 projects awarded to the Town of Greece in Monroe County through the Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative. Currently, many homes on Lakeshore Drive are subject to flooding because they do not have adequate protection against high water conditions. During flood events, stormwater ponds on the roadway and floods basements. The $2 million REDI grant-funded Lakeshore Drive project will replace and improve the existing stormwater conveyance infrastructure and help to mitigate the effects of stormwater intrusion.
DASNY Program to Help Minority/Women-Owned Business Enterprises and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses Compete for Larger NYS Contracts
The Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY) announced today it is working with the Cayemitte Group (TCG) to help NYS-certified Minority-Women-Business Enterprises (MWBE) and Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Businesses (SDVOB) compete for larger New York State contracts.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced more than $455 million in energy efficiency upgrades across the City University of New York system. The energy-saving measures developed by the New York Power Authority and the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and operating costs while advancing the goals of the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, the most aggressive climate change law in the nation, through the increased use of energy efficiency to annually reduce electricity demand by three percent — equivalent to 1.8 million New York households — by 2025.
Governor Cuomo Announces $57.2 Million in Funding to Support Critical Infrastructure Improvements at New York's Private, Not-For-Profit Colleges and Universities
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $57.2 million in grants for capital projects at 35 colleges and universities across New York State through the Higher Education Capital Matching Grant Program. These HECap awards support projects that provide increased training in health sciences through construction of new laboratory and research spaces, the purchase of new instructional technologies and medical equipment, and a variety of other capital investments and improvements. This funding comes at a critical time as New York rebuilds following the pandemic with investments targeted to create jobs and opportunities in higher education and health care.