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  • Tioga Downs adds golf to its lineup

    by Eric Reinhardt

     

    NICHOLS, N.Y. — Tioga Downs is adding golf to the menu of options it offers customers of its gaming, racing, and entertainment businesses.

    It has signed a 99-year lease with Tioga Recreation Association for the Tioga Country Club. Weather permitting, Tioga Downs plans to open the golf course for the 2017 season on Saturday under the name Tioga Golf Club.

     

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  • PAR Technology appoints Foley as CEO after Sammon steps down

    by Eric Reinhardt


    NEW HARTFORD, N.Y. — The board of directors of PAR Technology Corp. (NYSE: PAR) has appointed Donald Foley as the firm’s new president and CEO, effective April 12.
    Foley has been serving as an independent member of the company’s board of directors. 
    He replaces Karen Sammon, who “simultaneously” stepped down Wednesday to assume the position of chief of staff in the office of the CEO, the company said in a news release posted Thursday on its website.


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  • New York egg production flat in February

    by Journal Staff


    New York farms produced 133 million eggs in February, virtually unchanged from from 133.1 million eggs in the year-ago period, the USDA recently reported.

    The total number of layers in New York increased by nearly 2 percent in February to 5.78 million from 5.67 million a year prior. 

     

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  • MVHS plans property-owner meetings in hospital project during second half of 2017

    by Eric Reinhardt


    UTICA, N.Y. — Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) anticipates holding meetings with property owners that its hospital project impacts during the third and fourth quarter of this year.

    MVHS on April 4 announced the state had awarded it a $300 million health-care facility transformation grant.

     

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  • Vernon Downs postpones opening day of racing, citing “significant financial losses”

    by Eric Reinhardt


    VERNON, N.Y. — The top official at Vernon Downs is seeking tax relief from New York State, citing “significant financial losses due to the added competition” from nearby casinos.

    So, Jeff Gural, chairman of American Racing and Entertainment, is postponing the opening day of racing at the venue, according to a statement the company issued Thursday. The 64th season of live harness racing had been set for April 21. The company did not say when racing would resume. It also canceled its planned media night that had been set for Tuesday, April 18. 

     

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  • Liftech Equipment acquires Capital Region firm

    by Eric Reinhardt


    DeWITT, N.Y. — DeWitt–based Liftech Equipment Companies, a forklift and construction-equipment dealer, has acquired Altamont, New York–based Capitaland Material Handling.

    The acquisition “was finalized” on March 7, Liftech said in a news release issued Wednesday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

    Altamont is a village located in the town of Guilderland in Albany County.

     

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  • EBRI study reveals who switches health plans, and why?

    by Journal Staff

    When workers are offered more Than one health plan, who Switches their plans, and does it lead to adverse selection, causing healthy workers to leave certain health plans saddled with only high-cost sick workers? 


     

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  • SUNY Empire State College appoints Bejou as provost

    by Journal Staff


    SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — SUNY Empire State College announced it has appointed David Bejou provost and executive VP for academic affairs.

    Bejou will be responsible for the “academic enterprise” of SUNY Empire, including the education of nearly 19,000 students at 34 locations across the state, eight international locations, face to face, and online, at the associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degree levels, the college said in a news release.

     

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  • NSF awards Le Moyne a nearly $1.2 million grant to train STEM educators

    by Eric Reinhardt


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Le Moyne College a grant of nearly $1.2 million to train teachers in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields.

    The teachers would then serve “high-need school districts in Central New York,” the office of U.S. Representative John Katko (R–Camillus) said in a news release issued Tuesday. 

     

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  • People news: Preferred Mutual names Forstenzer general counsel

    by Journal Staff


    NEW BERLIN, N.Y. — Preferred Mutual Insurance Company announced that its board of directors has elected Andrew (Andy) Forstenzer as VP, general counsel, and corporate secretary.

    In this expanded role, Forstenzer will be responsible for leading the company’s legal affairs, including government affairs, corporate governance, litigation management, and claims counsel.

     

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