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Funding shortfall adds to questions about Glove Cities wastewater plant expansion

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Wednesday that $738 million has been awarded through Round Two of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative. Seen is the Gloversville-Johnstown Joint Wastewater Treatment Facilities, located at 191 Union Ave. in Johnstown.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Wednesday that $738 million has been awarded through Round Two of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative. Seen is the Gloversville-Johnstown Joint Wastewater Treatment Facilities, located at 191 Union Ave. in Johnstown.
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The Gloversville-Johnstown Joint Wastewater Treatment Facility received less than half the money it requested from the state for a $4.5 million upgrade project, meaning it will have to use reserves and bonds to cover the remainder of the cost. However, before the facility’s governing board commits to the project, it will want to make sure the main beneficiary of the project, the Greek yogurt maker Fage, has itself committed to a proposed $100 million expansion, ...


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