Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced the opening of the Wyoming County Agricultural Business Center in Warsaw. The center, a Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council priority project, will support the growth of the dairy industry in Wyoming County. Lieutenant Governor Kathleen C. Hochul marked the occasion today with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the site.
“Wyoming County is the state’s leading milk producer and one of the top producers in the nation. This new business center is a one-stop shop that puts all the resources for individuals and businesses looking to succeed in this industry under one roof,” said Governor Cuomo. “Agriculture remains a critical component of the state’s economy, and we look forward to investing in new agribusinesses as they continue to generate significant growth in their communities.”
Read the entire press release here: https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/governor-cuomo-announces-opening-wyoming-county-agricultural-business-center-warsaw
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