The Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council is the strategic economic advisory board representing the seven counties that border New York City as well as major Northeast markets.
Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council Awarded $87.1 Million for 122 Projects
As part of Round VIII of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Regional Council initiative, the Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council (MHREDC) was awarded $87.1 million for 122 projects that build on the region’s assets to invest in the future. The announcement, which supports projects in Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Rockland, Sullivan, Orange, and Ulster Counties, was made Tuesday in Albany. In the first eight rounds of the Regional Council initiative, the Mid-Hudson region has been awarded $647.8 million in state support for 809 projects across the region.
The Mid-Hudson's Round 2 DRI Winner, the Stockade Business District in the City of Kingston, has gone through an awakening in recent years, as it is becoming a locality where people of all ages want to LIVE, WORK and PLAY.
Following the development of a regional strategic plan in 2011, the MHREDC continually revises its initiatives to ensure the success of the Region. View the MHREDC’s full archive of reports below.
The Center for Discovery, an institution providing access to groundbreaking research for a myriad of complex disabilities to people of all ages, has significantly expanded in Sullivan County and was a...