Buffalo, NY, Aug 17, 2011 — The western New York Regional Council held its first public meeting in Buffalo yesterday. It's one of 10 councils the Cuomo Administration has set up in a new regional approach to economic development.
The North Country council is co-chaired by Clarkson University president Tony Collins, and Garry Douglas, president of the North Country Chamber of Commerce based in Plattsburgh. The meeting yesterday provided a glimpse into how this new initiative will work. Go to full article
There are so many positions open that within information technology, we look (outside) to fill a lot of those spots
Niagara Falls, ON, Aug 11, 2011 — Employment numbers aren't good in western New York. But the Seneca Nation is bucking the trend. The Nation is working fast to fill jobs, especially those calling for highly-skilled workers.
There are enough jobs that the Senecas are looking outside of their own community to fill those positions. Case in point: Seneca Niagara Casino. The Innovation Trail's Daniel Robison reports.
Support for the Innovation Trail comes from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The Innovation Trail is a collaboration between five upstate public media outlets, reporting about New York's innovation economy.Go to full article
Especially a transportation project...itís such a visible form of government spending, they may either look the other way or make an excuse.
North Rose, NY, Jan 24, 2011 — During election season, Republicans vowed to crack down on earmarks -- spending for projects in legislators' own districts.
But as Emma Jacobs reports for the Innovation Trail, the impulse to send money home is still strong.
(Support for the Innovation Trail comes from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The Innovation Trail is a collaboration between five upstate public media outlets, reporting about New York's innovation economy.) Go to full article
May 09, 2002 — Tribal members of the Seneca Nation are preparing to decide the future of casino gambing on the reservation and in Western New York. David Sommerstein reports next week's tribal referendum on Seneca casinos is expected to be close. Go to full article