Resources (Links, Legals, etc.)

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North Country Regional Economic Development Council

In 2012, Governor Cuomo created 10 Regional Councils to develop long-term strategic plans for economic growth for their regions. These councils are public-private partnerships made up of local experts and stakeholders from business, academia, local government, and non-governmental organizations.

The North Country Economic Development Region is geographically the largest region in the State, consisting of seven counties (Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Jefferson,  Lewis, and St. Lawrence) covering 11,420 square  miles. The region stretches across northern New  York from the eastern shore of Lake Ontario to  the western edge of Lake Champlain, and from  the international border with Canada in the  north through the Adirondacks in the south.

North Country Regional Economic Development Council (North Country REDC) website

PRESS RELEASE: North Country Regional Economic Development Council Provides Progress Update at Regional Council Round Three Launch in Albany

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The Development Corp. IDEA (Institute for Development and Economic Analysis) - An Affiliate of the State Data Center.

Clinton County Profiles

Facts and Figures Relevant to Economic Development in Clinton County
(downloadable, printable pdf files)

Transportation

Wages

Taxes

Demographics

Utilities

Industrial Development Agencies (IDAs)

Foreign Trade Zones (FTZs)

Above information provided by The Development Corp. IDEA (Institute for Development and Economic Analysis) - An Affiliate of the State Data Center.

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