Month: September 2020

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 …

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SEEC Resiliency at $54,000

Since its launch in May, SEEC’s Resiliency Fund has awarded $54,000 in loans or grants to 18 Schoharie County businesses impacted by COVID19. Awards have been earmarked to implement unique business improvements or adaptations that will help sustain enterprises through the seasons ahead. A variety of small businesses and organizations have been awarded from cider-making …

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Finding a Way – As Covid changed the landscape, SEEC managed

By Patsy Nicosia Times Journal, September 16, 2020 2020 was the year SEEC learned to pivot, not so much reinventing itself, but finding ways and partnerships to help keep the economy going and even growing. It’s a tall order during COVID, admits Executive Director, Julie Pacatte and Steve Harris and Peter Johnson, two of the …

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