$500k to the Gutchess Lumber Sports Complex:
The Town of Cortlandville will construct Phase 2 of Gutchess Lumber Park, including walking trails, a restroom/changing facility, shad structure near the playground, and additional landscaping to provide shade for park patrons.
$500k to Keator Block Redevelopment Project:
The City of Cortland will assist in the renovation of the Keator Block building located at 107-111 Main Street Cortland. The building currently houses Bernard’s Custom Logo and Trophy with multiple apartments on the upper floors.
$410k to Main Street Farms LLC:
This project will add a storage capacity as well as allow for all washing and storage of produce to be housed at the same location. The finished carbon neutral project will include coolers, workspace for washing and packing orders, and installation of a solar array.
$300k to New York Hemp Oil:
This funding will renovate and expand its facility in Cortland. This will allow New York Hemp Oil to be able to expand product offerings, increase testing capabilities, and execute long term growth strategies with a changing market.
$30k to Cortland County Soil and Water Conservation District:
This will prepare a stream corridor management plan and engineering design report for a streambank stabilization project on Hoxie Creek to help reduce erosion, protect infrastructure, and enhance flood resilience.
“These projects are of significant impact in our community.” – Garry VanGorder, the executive director of the Cortland County Business Development Corp. (CCBDC)