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Job Openings for Taste NY Store Clerks

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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia & Greene Counties has multiple openings for full-time and part-time Taste NY Store Clerks at the Taste NY Store located at the Capital Region Welcome Center in New Baltimore, NY. Taste NY Market Store Clerks

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Sell Your Greene County Products in the New Baltimore Taste NY Store

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If you produce a product that meets the requirements of the Taste NY Retail Guidelines, Cornell Cooperative Extension can help you become a New Baltimore Welcome Center Retail Store Vendor! The business is operated by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia &

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FREE Microenterprise Assistance Program Training Class


Greene County’s Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Planning is now accepting reservations for the Fall 2018 Microenterprise Assistance Program (MAP) training class.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25th & FRIDAY OCTOBER 26th  9:00 AM to 4:45 PM Greene County Office Building, Room

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LUMBERYARD Grand Opening Debuts NYS Qualified Production Facility


A Hub for the Creative Economy in Greene County, NY – The grand opening performance and gala at LUMBERYARD debuts a state-of-the-art production facility – Adapted from a Story by Logan Weiss (Columbia-Greene Media). Three years of restoration work and anticipation

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GC Rural Health Network offers Mini-Grants for Local Organizations


Local organizations whose projects improve the health status of Greene County Residents can now apply for Mini-Grants of up to $1,500 through the Greene County Rural Health Network. Proposals are Due October 19th, 2018  The Application is Simple and Brief

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Greene County Transit Expanding – New Route into Columbia County

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By consumer demand, Greene County Transit is expanding into Columbia County. A new route will start in the village of Catskill and make stops at Columbia-Greene Community College, Columbia Memorial Hospital and the Hudson Amtrak station on South Front Street

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New Movie Filming in Jefferson Heights

Adapted from a July 26th story by Daniel Zuckerman – Columbia-Greene Media A movie about Shirley Jackson, author of “The Haunting of Hill House” and “The Lottery,” will begin shooting in Jefferson Heights this week. The thriller “Shirley” is partially

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Greene County Water Street Stair & Sidewalk Reconstruction – Open For Bid

Greene County is engaged in the reconstruction of infrastructure in the Village of Catskill along Water Street. The project being bid is the replacement of 125 feet of sidewalk and curb with new concrete beginning at the Water Street entrance

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Rip Van Winkle Lake Revitalization in Tannersville

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Adapted from a July 23 article by Daniel Zuckerman – Columbia-Greene Media Tannersville will apply for a $500,000 state grant to help rejuvenate Rip Van Winkle Lake’s shorefront and Gooseberry Creek. The village board unanimously approved five resolutions at its

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New Home for Youth Soccer in Cairo

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Adapted from a June 20th article by Justin Porreca – Columbia Greene Media When he first came up with the idea people scoffed at Don Gibson, thinking he was crazy. There was no way he’d ever be able to raise

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