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Grants awarded for downtown projects throughout region

An artist’s rendering of what the former Schines Theater in Auburn will look like following a renovation to create a facility for concerts, live theater, movies, banquets, and other gatherings. RENDERING CREDIT: Cayuga County Arts Council

ALBANY — Downtowns throughout the region will receive millions of dollars to demolish or rehabilitate run-down buildings, the state announced. The fifth round of funding for the Restore New York Communities Initiative will fund everything from redeveloping an old mill in Massena to restoring the former village hall in Waverly, according to a news release […]

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ALBANY — Downtowns throughout the region will receive millions of dollars to demolish or rehabilitate run-down buildings, the state announced. The fifth round of funding for the Restore New York Communities Initiative will fund everything from redeveloping an old mill in Massena to restoring the former village hall in Waverly, according to a news release […]

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