by Nick Rose
What type of training would be helpful for improving you business bottom line? What training would really help your not-for-profit organization? What type of training would benefit you or your employees?
We would also like to know if there is any interest for businesses or community organizations to share services. Continue reading
The Central Adirondack Partnership (CAP-21) is interested in hearing from owners of commercial buildings and mixed-use properties (business and rental apartments), as to their interest in participating in a New York State Main Street Program.
The NY Main Street program may provide up to 50% of building renovation and remediation costs for buildings within an identified core revitalization area.
The intent of Main Street is to improve the appearance of the business district, promote downtown revitalization, and to boost additional private investment. Continue reading
Inlet Barnstormers Treasurer Don Bartel, left, and President Ron Nihil with the new trailer. Courtesy photo
The Inlet Barn-stormers Snow-mobile Club recently took possession of a new Blizzard Utility Trailer that will be used to haul their trail maintenance equipment.
The equipment was purchased as part of the Recreational Trails Program grant from the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historical Preservation (OPRHP).
The grant was administered by CAP-21 on behalf of the Barnstormers. Continue reading
by Nick Rose
As 2015 ends many of us look back on the past year, and hopefully your year was as positive as CAP-21’s. The organization completed its year in its new home in the Adirondack Bank building, with a new office manager.
Incorporated in 2001, CAP-21 has emerged as a major resource for our communities, bringing over $8.2 million in investments and grants back to the region. Continue reading
CAP-21 has moved to its new location in the Adirondack Bank building at 108 Codling St. in Old Forge.
Executive Director Nick Rose and the CAP-21 board of directors said they have also welcomed Tricia Clark as the newest member of their team, who will be replacing Kristin Frymire as the organization’s office manager and program director.
“We welcome Tricia to CAP-21 and look forward to working with her. Her background in math education and finance, as well as her involvement in the community, has made her an easy choice for this position,” said Rose. Continue reading
by Nick Rose
The Town of Inlet recently completed the installation of new carpeting at the Inlet Community/Senior Center located within the Town Hall.
CAP-21 coordinated the fund raising for this project which included support from the Inlet Young At Heart seniors, the Inlet Barnstormers Snowmobile Club, the Inlet Area Business Association, the Community Foundation, the Adirondack Foundation, the Town of Inlet and an on-line fundraising campaign through the Adirondack Gives website. Continue reading
From left: Jackie Rudolph, Frank Rudolph, Art Milligan, Bob Brussel, Connie Milligan, Bill Keener, Kristin Frymire of CAP-21, Fred Trimbach, Carolyn Trimbach, Martha Denio of Old Forge Info Center, Jimmy Cole, and Nick Rose, CAP-21’s Executive Director. Photo by Gina Greco
CAP-21 hosted a gathering at Van Auken’s Inne on Wednesday, September 30 for the volunteers who assisted with this past summer’s hanging flower basket beautification project.
Though not all volunteers were able to attend the event, all were acknowledged for their efforts. Continue reading