Senator Elaine Phillips announced that 10 job creation and community development projects in the 7th Senate District will receive critically important state funding through the seventh round of Regional Economic Development Council awards.
“Funding for these crucial projects will strengthen our local economy, create jobs and expand innovative cultural programs in our communities,” Senator Elaine Phillips said. “It has been a pleasure to collaborate with groups throughout Nassau County, including leaders in business, education, local governments, economic development and planning, to develop a list of job creation projects that achieve our goals of generating jobs and building a strong foundation for future growth.”
A total of $755 million was awarded statewide, with Long Island receiving $84.3 million for 98 projects.
The following projects in the 7th Senate District will receive more than $3 million in funding from the second round of the Regional Economic Development Council program:
|Nassau||Incorporated Village of Manorhaven||Sewer Infrastructure Upgrades Project||$30,000|
|Nassau||NYU Winthrop Hospital||Certified Professional Coder Training||$100,000|
|Nassau||Oerlikon Metco, Co, Inc.||Oerlikon Metco, Co, Inc.||$100,000|
|Nassau||Old Westbury Gardens Inc.||Westbury House Roof Restoration||$500,000|
|Nassau||Spectronics Corporation||Electrical Equipment and Appliance manufacturing Skills Training||$39,623|
|Nassau||The Feinstein Institute at Northwell Health||Computational Genomics Center at Feinstein Institute for Medical Research||$1,600,000|
|Nassau||Town of Hempstead Department of Occupational Resources||Hempstead Works Career Pathways 7.0||$99,988|
|Nassau||Town of North Hempstead||Hempstead Harbor Shoreline Trail||$450,000|
|Nassau||Town of Oyster Bay||The Workforce Partnership Medical Training Program||$100,000|
|Nassau/Suffolk||Long Island Traditions||Connected Waters Heroes of the Harbors||$51,000|