News Blog Category: Newsletter
In 2020, the LCLGRPB continued to provide services to its counties and communities while assisting in COVID-19 economic recovery efforts. Read our 2020 newsletter to see how we helped our communities and small businesses through this challenging year. ...
Regional Planning Board has been moving full steam ahead with new and updated initiatives. Read our 2019 newsletter to find out all of the great work that has been accomplished. ...
Big changes were made at the Lake Champlain-Lake George Regional Planning Board in 2018. Read our 2018 newsletter to find out the great work that has been accomplished.
As we look back on 50 years of service to the Lake Champlain - Lake George region, we are proud of the work that has been accomplished by the dedicated staff that have been part of this organization. The Regional Planning Board was created in October 1967 for the purpose of directly aiding local efforts that promote sustained economic growth and es...
The Northern Borders Regional Commission is one of seven regional Federal-State partnerships set up to assist in improving the economic vitality of a region. This program is a partnership between the Federal Government and the States of Maine, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont for specified counties within each state. Government and non-profit en...
Since 1985, the Lake Champlain - Lake George Regional Planning Board has been a constant source of funding for local businesses through the Revolving Loan Fund (RLF). The table below depicts the amount of funding and job creation/...
In 2011, Governor Andrew Cuomo created 10 Regional Councils with a charge of developing long-term strategic plans to be utilized in a bottom-up approach for economic growth throughout New York State. These Councils consist of public-private partnerships involving stakeholders from county and local government, businesses, academia, and non-profit or...
The Lake Champlain-Lake George Regional Planning Board operates a number of Revolving Loan Fund Programs capitalized in the mid 1980’s through funding provided by the US Commerce Department and US Department of Agriculture. From inception to 2013, the sum total of funding provided through these programs exceeded $14 million....
The US Department of Commerce/Economic Development Administration (EDA) awarded the Regional Planning Board an $800,000 grant to capitalize a Revolving Loan Fund for the Board’s five-county service region. The total project cost with local match will be $1 million, and will be funded from EDA’s FFY 2012 Disaster Relief Opportunity Progr...
In his 2011 State of the State speech, Governor Cuomo stated that “we must change the way we engage in economic development planning and execution. Those working at the local level know their area economies best…” This statement resulted in the formation of ten Regional Economic Development Councils comprised of staff and board m...
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