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Archive News - February 2022

Some Simple Advice on How Young and Old Can Become or Remain Digitally Relevant

Veteran business and economic development consultant Dean Barber believes that smaller communities can, and should, take advantage of the digital technology transformation that is currently providi ...


NAIOP Forecasts Another Banner Year for Industrial Market in 2022

Orange County, which has seen explosive growth in the industrial/e-commerce sectors, can expect demand to continue to be strong for new projects in 2022.

A report released on Feb. ...


Governor Hochul Signs Conditional Cannabis Cultivation Bill

In another piece of good news for the burgeoning cannabis industry in New York State, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced on Feb. 22 she had signed legislation creating a new Conditional Adult-use Cannabis ...


Route 17 Widening Project Gains Momentum

At press time, officials with the 17-Forward-86 Coalition were finalizing plans to stage a press conference at the Galleria at Crystal Run to urge the immediate launch of an environmental review of ...


Commercial Brokers in Region Can Take Advantage of Many Opportunities in Post-COVID Market in 2022

By John Jordan

WHITE PLAINS—A team of commercial real estate brokers from the New York City/Hudson Valley market that were part of a recent virtual panel hosted by the Hudso ...


County Re-Issues RFP for Sale of Camp LaGuardia Property; Submittal Deadline April 15

After a Request for Proposals (RFP) in 2020 to sell the more than 258-acre Camp LaGuardia property that is located in the villages of Chester and Blooming Grove failed to find a v ...