SEEC Roundtable update

On Thursday, November 12, 2020, SEEC, along with its SchoCo Promise Alliance partners, launched the second in a series of COVID-19 related Recovery Roundtable discussions.  Entitled, Access to Capital, the Roundtable featured presentations from various financial experts. If you were unable to attend the discussion, the links to speaker presentations are listed below.  Please click…

Helping hands

Two organizations providing services to those especially vulnerable during COVID-19 have been awarded SEEC Resiliency Fund grants: Literacy NY and Jay’s Day Care. Literacy NY: Jim Becker, president MIDTEL & INOC Datacenters, chair of the SEEC Resiliency Fund andSEEC founding member; Lisa Cardilli, executive director, Literacy NY Fulton, Montgomery & Schoharie; andEric Stein, president Cobleskill…

SEEC looks ahead

by Patsy Nicosia November 4, 2020 SEEC and its partners are hoping an online Business Recovery Roundtable next Thursday will give businesses, nonfor-profits, and even local government the resources and inspiration they need to push ahead into COVID 2021. Registration for the free Zoom event, set for Thursday, November 12, at 8am, is now open…

SEEC $ for two more

Times Journal – October 14, 2020 SEEC is still accepting business applications for the Resiliency Fund program that awards local money to local businesses. Established companies may request a zero percent interest loan of $5,000, of which half may be forgiven as a grant or, as nearly two dozen businesses have elected, apply for a…

Schoharie County Eagle Trail Meet & Greet

SEEC and local wildlife photographer and Eagle expert Bill Combs Jr. will guide wildlife and eagle viewing as he introduces the Schoharie County Eagle Trail concept at the Franklinton Vlaie, Town of Broome, Schoharie County, NY. The event is intended for beginner to avid birders or photographers, wildlife enthusiasts and others interested in the developing…

Ideas abound for using old jail

By Patsy Nicosia Times Journal, September 16, 2020 Nine years ago, Schoharie County’s jail became a casualty of Hurricane Irene. Now, it could become a catalyst for the future. SEEC, Village of Schoharie Mayor Larry Caza and Trustee Peter Johnson, planner Nan Stolzenburg and Broome Supervisor Steve Weinhofer, who chairs the county’s Buildings and Purchases…