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…

Panther Creek Arts

Story and photos By Patsy Nicosia Times Journal, August 19, 2020  Times Journal, August 19, 2020 Panther Creek Arts will use its $2,500 SEEC award to erect a sign at the West Fulton crossroads pointing in the direction— with mileage—of local businesses, using the type of signs seen in most villages in England, Scotland, and…

Resiliency $ to Middle Brook Mill…

Story and photos By Patsy Nicosia Times Journal, August 19, 2020  Times Journal, August 19, 2020 Middle Brook Mill was one of Friday’s SEEC Resiliency Fund grant-loan recipients; Carol Greenman, Donna Potak, Sarah Henry, and Dee Glas, here with SEEC’s Jim Becker, plan to use their $5,000 award as working capital to both purchase ingredients—including…

SchoCo Promise: Safety 1st

SCHOCO PROMISE: SAFETY 1ST By: Patsy Nicosia Times Journal, July 8, 2020 SEEC and its partners, in­cluding the Economic Alli­ance & Reopening Task Force, want to make sure Schoharie County stays open safely as New York State reopens. To do that, today they’re launching the SchoCo Prom­ise, an effort with two pieces linked through Survey…

SHIFT IN FOCUS

SEEC IN THE NEWS SHIFT IN FOCUS Times Journal Op-Ed, June 10, 2020   The Schoharie Economic Enterprise Corporation formed last year to spur economic development. It’s been slow going; economic development is not a snap your-fingers task.   Then the coronavirus hit, and SEEC shifted its focus.   SEEC announced last week that it…

SCHOHARIE ECONOMIC ENTERPRISE CORPORATION (SEEC) LAUNCHES $75,000 “SEEC RESILIENCY FUND”

PRESS RELEASE SCHOHARIE ECONOMIC ENTERPRISE CORPORATION (SEEC) LAUNCHES $75,000 “SEEC RESILIENCY FUND,” TO ASSIST SCHOHARIE COUNTY BUSINESSES THROUGH COVID-19 CRISIS Business Owners Can Apply For $5,000 Loan/Grants Or $2,500 Grants COBLESKILL, NY (MAY 22, 2020) – Schoharie County has officially started the NY Forward reopening process as part of the Mohawk Valley Region, prompting Schoharie…