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State’s CFA Grants Underwrite

D&H Yards Study, Coop Strategy

Otsego County obtained 11 grants through Round IV of the state CFA process, announced last week.

The grants total $3.27 million, 5 percent of the total awarded to the Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Council.

For complete list, click here and go to pages 60-62 in the statewide report.


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