As Village of Medina considers CGR-drafted dissolution plan, potential for tax shifts give community pause.
Medina, NY voters to decide future of village; CGR dissolution study finds restructuring would save village $277k
CGR analysis has found a number of areas for potential savings for Schuyler-Yates counties and potential for additional government sharing.
The Observer Review
The accelerator's new hub at the Sibley Building will provide support for start-up companies across the nine-county Finger Lakes region. CGR projects that the accelerator will create 1,000 direct jobs over the next five years.
The availability of child care subsidies in the Mid-Hudson Valley has increased somewhat over the past 7 years, but only 1 in 10 children who could benefit are being served, a new CGR study reports. This is the second in a series of reports on child care subsidies across New York State.
CGR's Kent Gardner discusses why some Baby Boomers are leaving New York as they retire.
The availability of child care subsidies in Monroe County has declined over the past 7 years and meets about one-fifth of the potential need, but Monroe outpaces similar counties in providing this support to low-income working families, a new CGR study reports. CGR and the League of Women Voters of the Rochester Metropolitan Area chose child care subsidies as the focus of our research effort in 2014, funded out of the Beatrice Bibby Endowment.
CGR study for Arts Services Initiative of Western New York shows the arts and cultural sector are important to both economic development and in helping to attract other businesses to the region.
Buffalo Business First
Kent Gardner, discusses the role of CGR in supporting Economic Development Organizations along with informANALYTICS, CGR's web-based tool that makes it possible for economic development specialists to analyze the impact of proposed projects quickly, consistently and accurately. Listen to the Podcast from Regional Business Talk.
CGR's Kent Gardner Discusses Proposal 3, "the Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014" in this Weeks CITY Newspaper.