Local project funding recapped by Senate

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ALBANY – As the state legislature was winding down its 2019 session on Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart Cousins announced legislation to fund dozens of local projects across the state including several in the region.

All of the grants below were previously announced and are not new funding.

They include:

  • Town of Amenia, $100,000 for the Wassaic Trail/Rail connection
  • Town of Blooming Grove, $250,000 for park improvements
  • Town of Southeast, $250,000 for the Brewster Landmark Theatre
  • Brewster Elks Lodge 2101, $200,000
  • Carmel Central School District, $150,000
  • Town of Carmel, $250,000 for Sycamore Park
  • Catskill Community Center, $250,000
  • Catskill Regional Medical Center, $2 million
  • Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse of Dutchess County, $100,000
  • City of Hudson, $250,000 for waterfront development
  • City of Mount Vernon, $500,000 for the emergency operating center
  • Town of Crawford, $250,000 for revitalization
  • Culinary Institute of America Marriott Pavilion, $1.05 million
  • Gomez Foundation for Mill House, $500,000 for museum renovations
  • Goshen Historic Track, Inc., $250,000 for facility upgrades
  • Goodwill Fire District, $250,000
  • Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Center, $250,000
  • Town of Greenville, $100,000 for wastewater treatment plant improvements
  • Village of Greenwood Lake, $200,000 for water quality project
  • Haldane Central School District, $150,000 for renovations to its baseball fields and outdoor track
  • Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley, $1 million
  • Helping Hands Interfaith Coalition for the Homeless of Rockland County, $100,000
  • Hillcrest Jewish Center, Inc., $100,000
  • Hudson River Museum of Westchester, $100,000
  • Hudson River Music Hall Productions, Inc., $130,000
  • Hudson Valley Hospital, $150,000
  • Hudson Valley Hospital Center Ambulatory Surgery Center, $250,000
  • Town of Hurley, $100,000
  • Town of Hyde Park, $100,000 for infrastructure modernization project
  • Independent Living, Inc., $250,000
  • Jewish Federation of Ulster County, Inc., $250,000
  • John H. Secor Post 329 American Legion of Pearl River, $100,000
  • Village of Kiryas Joel, $500,000
  • Village of Larchmont, $250,000 for flood mitigation
  • Mahopac Central School District, $150,000
  • Margaretville Memorial Hospital, $100,000
  • Mental Health Association of Dutchess County, $100,000
  • Mental Health Association of Rockland County, $150,000
  • Mid-Hudson Addiction Recovery Centers, Inc., $100,000
  • City of Mount Vernon, $225,000
  • Nanuet Public Library, $225,000
  • City of New Rochelle, $250,000 for flood mitigation
  • New Rochelle Public Library, $100,000
  • City of Newburgh, $500,000
  • Nyack College, $200,000
  • Nyack Hospital, $100,000
  • Occupations, Inc., $250,000 for Mental Health and Child Welfare Treatment Center
  • Town of Patterson, $1 million for court house construction
  • Village of Pawling, $250,000 for downtown economic development in the Village Green area
  • Town of Pelham, $104,000
  • Town of Philipstown, $200,000 for town hall
  • Port Chester Rye Brook Public Library, $100,000
  • Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge Co., Inc., d/b/a Walkway Over the Hudson, $1.25 million
  • Poughkeepsie Waterfront Development Project, $500,000
  • The Putnam Community Foundation, $2 million
  • Town of Putnam Valley, $250,000 for town facilities
  • Rockland Center for the Arts, $100,000
  • Rockland County Young Men’s Christian Association, $100,000
  • Rockland County Pride Center, $200,000
  • Rockland Opportunity Development Association, Inc., Kaser Community Center, $150,000
  • Rockland County veteran’s Service Agency, $100,000
  • Safe Harbors of the Hudson Valley, Inc., d/b/a/ Safe Harbors of the Hudson – Ritz Theater restoration, $250,000
  • Scenic Hudson Land Trust, Inc., The Long Dock Beacon Park, $1.2 million
  • Town of Somers, $100,000 for renovation of Little League fields
  • Village of South Blooming Grove, $500,000 for water district improvements
  • Town of Stony Point, $100,000
  • Village of Suffern, $100,000 for Department of Public Works
  • Sullivan County Industrial Development Agency – Town of Thompson, $900,000
  • Tuckahoe Union Free School District, $100,000
  • Ulster-Greene Counties Chapter, NYSARC, Inc., Ellenville, $100,000
  • United Way of Dutchess Orange Region, $100,000
  • Vails Gate Fire District, $250,000
  • Town of Warwick, $200,000, water treatment facility
  • Westchester Arts Council, Inc., d/b/a Arts Westchester, $100,000
  • Westchester Community Opportunity Program, Inc., Martin Luther King Community Center Improvements, $100,000
  • Westchester County Police, $100,000
  • Yonkers Partners in Education, $100,000
  • Yonkers Public School District, $445,000
  • Town of Yorktown, !50,000 for renovation of Rte. 202 bail fields and inline rink
  • Town of Yorktown – $100,000 senior/community center
  • YMCA, Middletown, $500,000
  • YMCA of Newburgh, $250,000