The Green Cow proprietor Carrie Thompson watches Pele Matson of One-Day Signs, Waterford, place the new grass-fed beef store’s sign a few minutes ago at 21 Railroad Ave., Cooperstown. Carrie and her husband Doug have their own grass-fed herds along Route 20, and will be making the beef – retail and wholesale – available to the Otsego County market. A “soft opening” is planned Monday, with store hours from 11 a.m. to 6 p. m. seven days a week. Stop in Monday and beyond, as The Green Cow will also be selling coffee, pastries, croissants. and hot dogs. The hot dogs are also available, a dozen a packet, are made from Thompson beef by Artisan Meats, Canandaigua. A ribbon-cutting is planned Friday, June 29, and a Grand Opening in July. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
SUNY’s Vogler’s Students Will Help Define Wetlands
By JIM KEVLIN • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com
RICHFIELD SPRINGS – Otsego Now CEO Jody Zakrevsky met with six Hartwick and SUNY Oneonta college professors in his boardroom last night to talk about the development of an “eco-commercial park” in Oneonta’s D&H Railyards, he told a gathering of businesspeople here this morning.
“We all want to see something happen there. We want to do it right,” Zakrevsky reported in a follow-up interview. “It’s the last piece of developable land in the city.”
The Otsego Now executive let the news drop on the latest stop on his countywide “Town Hall” tour to explain what IDAs do. Today’s audience was Richfield Springs Chamber of Commerce members; the session was co-sponsored with the Otsego County Chamber in the Richfield Springs Community Coop on Main Street.
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