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Lieutenant Governor At HoF,

To Keynote Workforce Confab

Baseball Hall of Fame Vice President/Sponsorship and Development Ken Meifert briefs Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul in front of 25 Main a few minutes ago prior to giving her a tour of “Baseball After 9/11,” an exhibit that is opening to the public on Saturday, June 18. With them are, from left, Village Trustee Richard Sternberg, county Rep. Andrew Marietta, D-Coopertown/Otsego, Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzig and Cooperstown Mayor Jeff Katz. At noon, Hochul is scheduled to keynote the 2016 Mohawk Valley Region Small Bueinss/Worforce Summit at The Otesaga, organized by the Otsego Chamber of Commerce. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Baseball Hall of Fame Vice President/Sponsorship & Development Ken Meifert briefs Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul in front of 25 Main a few minutes ago prior to giving her a tour of “Baseball After 9/11,” an exhibit that is opening to the public on Saturday, June 18. With them are, from left, Village Trustee Richard Sternberg, county Rep. Andrew Marietta, D-Coopertown/Otsego, Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzig and Cooperstown Mayor Jeff Katz. At noon, Hochul is scheduled to keynote the 2016 Mohawk Valley Region Small Business/Workforce Summit at The Otesaga, organized by the Otsego Chamber of Commerce. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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