CGR in the news 2016 archive

21 Dec 2016
New York's Population Loss Threatens State's Political Power

CGR's Kent Gardner discusses New York's population loss and the impact it could have on the state.

20 Dec 2016
Survey Seeks Public Feedback on Police Services in Orleans

CGR's Paul Bishop is working with the local law enforcement agencies in Orleans County and collecting data on services.

16 Dec 2016
Analyst Weighs in on Rochester's Rising Extreme Poverty Rate

CGR's Peter Nabozny weighs in on Rochester's rising extreme poverty rate.

7 Dec 2016
SLU Officials Touting Property Taxes Paid in Canton Despite Exemption

St. Lawrence University uses CGR's economic impact analysis to tell its North Country story.
North Country Now

16 Nov 2016
Project Looks to Make Impact in Essex County

The website, Impact Essex County, was created by Essex County Community Foundation and CGR, which nearly 100 facts and figures designed to identify the county's most pressing problems. 
Gloucester Times

10 Nov 2016
Essex County Community Foundation Launches Impact Essex County, a Community Indicators Website

A new community indicators project for Essex County, MA will help show where the county shines and where it struggles.
Sponsored by the Essex County Community Foundation and developed by CGR, Impact Essex County will analyze and track about 100 data points on topics including the economy, health, and education. This "state of the community" website presents key trends on important issues that affect the region, monitors the direction of each measure over time, and makes raw data available for download and use by anyone.

9 Nov 2016
Tompkins County Chooses Rochester Jail Consultant

The Tompkins County Legislature held interviews with representatives from two firms last week, ultimately choosing a regional nonprofit [CGR] to conduct a $60,000 study of the Tompkins County Jail over another nonprofit firm located in California.
Ithaca Times

8 Nov 2016
Cherry Creek Puts Dissolution on the Table

Following in Forestville's wake, the village of Cherry Creek has put the topic of dissolution on the table at a November village board meeting. CGR plans on doing a study of the dissolution of the village. This study will look into everything, from the benefits and repercussion of dissolving, to giving an idea of districts and the duties that the village carries out for its residents.
Observer Today

31 Oct 2016
Victor Ponders Future Public Safety Options

After decades of rapid growth, the Town of Victor turns to CGR to evaluate its public safety infrastructure and plan for future.
Daily Messenger

18 Jun 2016
More Details Released on Winning Bid for 7,000 Acres of Former Seneca Army Depot Land

The application process to bid on the land ended Feb. 29, and a group of both IDA members and Seneca County Board of Supervisors reviewed all 16 submissions. After conducting interviews with the bidders, CGR conducted independent economic impact studies to confirm their financial strength.

Also appeared in: Finger Lakes Times, Observer-Review

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