GLOVERSVILLE — The Fulton County Heart for Regional Progress is promoting the county in a national publication, the agency’s board of administrators read Friday.
“The Enterprise Services Journal came out,” Ken Adamczyk, CRG economic progress professional, informed the board through his membership and internet marketing report.
Adamczyk stated the magazine is a countrywide website selectors’ periodical that goes out to hundreds of hundreds of viewers.
“We have this advertisement in the magazine,” he showed the board, as well as an report about the Tryon Know-how Park in Perth.
Elsewhere in his report, Adamczyk outlined a new tour the CRG conducted at the Gloversville-Johnstown Wastewater Remedy Facility. The tour was with federal, state and regional officials and was developed to showcase a require for infrastructure funding for these types of machines as a thermal sludge dryer, he explained.
Adamczyk also pointed out the tour known as attention to Fulton County’s Sensible Waters sewer challenge, which could eventually stretch from Northville south along the Route 30 “pike” to Johnstown.
The CRG’s Google Business initiative had 61 new sights this month, Adamczyk documented.
He reported the CRG assisted Fulton County with some branding adjustments for future advertising and marketing, this kind of as with logos. Fulton County’s “positive” symbol has been retired.
Adamczyk reported the CRG experienced 16 people full required Microenterprise Grant teaching, as section of their potential software system. He stated the CRG is not guaranteed at this time of the funding approach.
The CRH has a day of Sept. 11 established for its “gala” party this calendar year, Adamczyk mentioned. He stated he’s not absolutely sure if the board needs him to go after a daytime family members party or an night grownup occasion.
“I’d like to know what you like,” Adamczyk explained to the board.
The CRG is up to 43 per cent of a membership intention, with 61 percent compensated users, he mentioned.
“We’re sitting very very well in that area,” he explained.
In his report, Gloversville Downtown Improvement Specialist James Hannahs stated the CRG in April has positioned “heavy” strain on administrative assignments.
The “Hometown Heroes Program” to honor the army and veterans is going nicely, he claimed, with a sample banner manufactured.
“We’ve been making a ton of development,” Hannahs said.
He also noted Meals Truck Fridays, which is “going swimmingly,” will commence April 30 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The events will feature food stuff and live music, and he has been operating with Gloversville Town Clerk Jennifer Mazur. Sponsors for the activities include Micropolis Cooperative Art Gallery and Nathan Littauer Hospital.
Hannahs also noted initiatives to refurbish the Elk Avenue Park, which he stated contains paint donated by Benjamin Moore & Co.