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Local business leaders react to Hochul’s State of the State

After New York Gov. Kathy Hochul held her first State of the State address Wednesday afternoon in a joint session of the state legislature, local business leaders voiced their approval for various aspects Hochul's agenda. 

Cooney: infrastructure funds should supplement, not substitute

New York state needs to avoid the temptation to cut back on its own infrastructure spending while using money from the $1.2 trillion federal...

Construction council backs Westchester County IDA’s policy to promote local hiring

A policy that was approved by the Westchester County Industrial Development Agency to prioritize local labor has gained the support of the Construction Industry...

Construction Industry Council backs Cuomo’s $306B infrastructure plan

The Construction Industry Council of Westchester and Hudson Valley Inc. (CIC) is throwing its support behind the $306 billion infrastructure plan announced by Gov....

Construction council suggests tax and fee hikes for infrastructure improvements

The Construction Industry Council of Westchester and Hudson Valley Inc. is suggesting that an increase in the state gasoline tax coupled with increased vehicle...

Construction council awards $45K in scholarships

The Construction Industry Council of Westchester and Hudson Valley Inc. announced the distribution of more than $45,000 in grants to college students throughout the Hudson Valley region.

Transportation bill will boost construction sector

Business advocates and elected officials said a bipartisan, $127 billion transportation bill passed by Congress June 29 is a step in the right direction,...

Unions agree on Tappan Zee labor contract

Union leaders and the New York State Thruway Authority agreed to a Project Labor Agreement for the upcoming Tappan Zee Bridge project that officials estimate will save more than $450 million.