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Finger Lakes region gets state funding for projects 

The state is providing the Finger Lakes region with $63.9 million through the annual Regional Economic Development Council program.

State economic development officials announced the funding today. The awards were based on an annual strategic plan that the state's 10 Regional Economic Development Councils prepared.

The Finger Lakes money will be split between 110 different projects, ranging from a few hundred thousand dollars to improve local wastewater systems to $1.5 million in grants to aid CGI Communications with the construction of its new offices and a parking garage.

The awards include $2 million for the redevelopment of the former Medley Centre / Irondequoit Mall.  And they also include money for various agricultural and museum projects, with some grants totalling less than $35,000 and others hitting the $1 million mark.

The complete awards booklet is available here, and the Finger Lakes section starts on page 23.




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