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Cappelli launches new plan

Courtesy of the Sullivan County Democrat, August 13, 2013

Louis Cappelli’s Sullivan Resorts plans to make a presentation Monday to the Liberty Town Board on a proposed casino hotel resort and housing development at the former Grossinger’s.

Yesterday, McManus & Associates Engineer Kevin McManus sent Liberty Supervisor Charlie Barbuti copies of Cappelli’s Conceptual Master Plan for the “Grossinger Country Resort.” Read More »

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Sullivan County Campaign Supports Upstate Gaming Act

Courtesy of The Catskill Chronicle, August 10, 2013

This November, New York State voters will get to decide if the Catskills will get a casino.

And the Sullivan County Legislature and tourism officials aren’t taking this possibility lightly. On August 14, the Legislature, Sullivan County Visitors Association, Partnership for Economic Development, Chamber of Commerce and local business leaders will host a kick-off event in support of the Upstate NY Gaming Economic Development Act signed by Governor Cuomo on July 30. Read More »

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Campaigning for casinos ramps up

Courtesy of the Sullivan County Democrat, August 6, 2013

On Friday, several county officials and businesspersons gathered at BHR (formerly Bernie’s) to strategize and mull over some ideas regarding a referendum that stands to have a profound effect on not only the local economy, but also the very people who live here year-round: The now very real possibility that casino gambling may soon be coming to Sullivan County. Read More »

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Concord gets green light

Courtesy of the Sullivan County Democrat, July 16, 2013

Casino approval or not, Empire Resorts/EPT got the green light last week to begin building a resort and relocated Monticello Raceway near the old Concord site northeast of Monticello.

Thompson’s planning board on Wednesday gave final site plan approval to Phase I of the joint venture, allowing the two companies to break ground on what is hoped to be a stratospheric boost to the local economy and job market.

“They can start site clearing,” affirmed planning board attorney Paula Kay. Read More »

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Legislature secures grants for red meat, food hub

Courtesy of the Sullivan County Democrat, July 12, 2013

Looks like the county may finally break ground next month on the long-awaited red meat processing facility in Liberty.

At Tuesday’s Community and Economic Development Committee meeting, Legislator Ira Steingart announced that two U.S. Dept. of Agriculture grants had just been received by the Sullivan County Industrial Development Agency (IDA). Read More »

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Apollo plans detailed

Courtesy of the Sullivan County Democrat, July 12, 2013

With the signing of a formal contract reportedly near, a letter of intent obtained this week by the Democrat gives details of the Apollo Plaza’s proposed redevelopment.

The letter was signed by developer Butch Resnick and Sullivan County Legislator Ira Steingart earlier this year and is non-binding. Read More »

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Cornell Cooperative Extension Offers Workshops to Save Energy & $$$

Courtesy of The Catskill Chronicle, July 11, 2013

Homeowners and renters can learn to reduce energy consumption and lower energy bills at a “Save Energy, Save Dollars” workshop on Thursday, July 25.

This EmPower New York class is being offered by Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County at 6:00 p.m. at the Gerald J. Skoda Extension Education Center on 64 Ferndale-Loomis Road in Liberty. Read More »

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Lost Lake Resort: Cleared for Phase I

Courtesy of the Sullivan County Democrat, July 2, 2013

The Forestburgh Town and Planning Boards met last Tuesday to grant final approval on Phase I of the proposed Lost Lake Resort project. Read More »

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Fred Stabbert III, Chairman of the Sullivan County Partnership Board of Directors, has announced the appointment of Marc Baez, as President/CEO, replacing Interim CEO, Allan Scott effective July 8th. Read More »

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$800K set for upgrades to Sullivan, Ulster outdoor recreation sites

Some campgrounds and other outdoor recreation sites in Ulster and Sullivan counties will get more than $800,000 in infrastructure upgrades, state officials said Monday.

Read the full Times Herald-Record article.

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