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New York Community Greenworks, Request for Applications (RFA)

The Department of State (DOS) has issued a Request for Applications (RFA) under the NY Community Greenworks initiative for not-for-profit community-based organizations engaged in community redevelopment, workforce development, and/or community revitalization.  The RFA is available at the DOS website at and the State Contract Reporter at   NY Community Greenworks will train several community organizations in effective community engagement, green-tech jobs, project development, green building/infrastructure, community revitalization and government funding strategies, ultimately resulting in a signature revitalization project in each community.  This train-the-trainer approach provides mentoring and technical assistance among peers who are facing very similar challenges and circumstances—such as blight, vacancy, disinvestment, and disproportionate environmental degradation.   DOS has contracted with PUSH Buffalo (People United for Sustainable Housing) to provide training for up to six community-based organizations (“Green Leaders”) that are interested in learning, adapting and applying PUSH’s innovative approach to community engagement and community development in their own communities.  More specifically, Green Leaders will learn how to redevelop disadvantaged neighborhoods and transform them into energy-efficient, sustainable, equitable communities, with improved living conditions and a pathway for community members to secure employment in the green technology sector.  The training will produce a plan for a signature revitalization project in each community.   Please share this announcement with interested parties.  ...

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Dryden Community Summer Camp is Full for the 2019 Season

Dryden Community Summer Camp is Full for the 2019 Season Due to popular demand, the Dryden Community Summer Camp will have a fully-loaded camp of community campers! We apologize if you weren’t able to register in time, but there will still be many other activities going on in and around Dryden this Summer for you and your family to enjoy. Look here for details:...

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS: Replacement of South George Road Bridge Over Virgil Creek

Town of Dryden 93 E. Main St. Dryden, NY 13053 DATE: June 7, 2019 Sealed bids for the furnishing of all labor and material necessary for the Replacement of S. George Road Bridge over Virgil Creek will be received by the Town of Dryden, 93 E. Main Street, Dryden, New York 13053, until 10:00 am local time July 2, 2019 at which time and place they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids will be received for the following Contract: Contract No. 1 – Replacement of S. George Road Bridge over Virgil Creek This project involves the replacement of the existing five-span timber bridge with a new multiple steel girder single span bridge. This superstructure will be supported on a concrete integral abutment founded on driven steel H-piles. The bridge will be constructed on a similar horizontal alignment and the profile will be raised approximately 2.5 feet at the bridge. Approximately 425 feet of approach highway reconstruction will be required to tie in the proposed profile for the single span structure. Contract Documents, including Advertisement For Bids, Information For Bidders, Labor and Employment, Additional Instructions, Bid Documents, Agreement, General Conditions, General Requirements, Specifications, Contract Drawings and any Addenda, may be examined at no expense at the following locations: Town of Dryden 93 E. Main Street Dryden, NY 13053 Barton & Loguidice, D.P.C. 443 Electronics Parkway Liverpool, NY 13088...

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