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The Town of Ava Planning Board voted against allowing construction of a proposed campsite and retreat center by Restore Forward, LLC, an affiliate of the Black Women’s Blueprint. more
A request to install an electronic sign at the new Big Jay’s Pizza at 421 N. James St. was narrowly approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals during its monthly meeting. more
Oneida Nation Enterprises has announced plans for its fourth Maple Leaf Market store, which will be located at the intersection of Route 365 and Route 31 in Verona. more

Having the codes department address blight properties considered “eyesores” in the city was a topic of discussion by local residents during Wednesday’s Common Council meeting. more
The Rome Common Council passed zoning code for the construction and maintenance of solar arrays within the city during Wednesday’s Common Council meeting. more
The complete streets concept trial implemented on Genesee Street in October has been extended for an additional 90 days. more
Utica continues to be the recipient of significant financial investments as more than $500,000 has been allocated to 21 downtown businesses. more
Legislation that would authorize Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo to apply for a $1.5 million grant to demolish the former Columbus School building and facilitate redevelopment of the property. more
“Our undisrupted reliance on fossil fuels and our aging building stock — the median New York home is the oldest in the nation — not only result in higher energy costs but also in higher emissions,” notes a written part of Gov. Hochul's state address. more
The state has approved the first construction contract for the Interstate 81 project, but work cannot begin due to a lawsuit brought by opponents of the community grid plan.  more
Work is coming along on Verona’s water infrastructure project. more
In pushing for a major expansion of New York’s housing stock, Gov. Kathy Hochul is taking aim at restrictive local zoning policies by proposing a fast-track state approval process. more
Village Planning Board members voted Tuesday to apply for a $2 million Restore NY grant to help demolish and restore portions of the historic Waterbury Felt Mill. more
A longtime staple of the community that’s been around for 25 years, Wagner Farms will discontinue its farming operations and change directions in 2023. more
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer has secured $2 million in federal funding to create a semiconductor and advanced manufacturing training facility. more
A site plan review request for Liberty Restaurants Development to construct a Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen restaurant at 526 Erie Blvd. W. was tabled Tuesday. more
City officials are launching a new First Time Homebuyer Assistance Program in Rome. more
A special meeting of the Greater Mohawk Valley Land Bank will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 12. more
Prior to the holiday slump, the local housing market was still hot, but realtors say they are starting to see some things shift. more
The city Zoning Board of Appeals approved an appeal for an area variance on the window design for the new Popeyes fast food chain that will occupy the former OTB and Legends Bar. more
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