Town Officials Will Discuss Development, Planning and Approval Process
(New City) – Supervisor Alex
Gromack and the Town of Clarkstown will host a Business Forum on Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 8:30am - 11am at
Clarkstown Town Hall, 10 Maple Avenue, New City.
“Many towns like to say they are
business friendly but here in Clarkstown, we put those words into action,” said
Supervisor Alex Gromack. “Our Town is
committed to developing and maintaining a robust climate that encourages
economic development by attracting new businesses to our Town and working with
established businesses to either expand or relocate within our Town.”
Clarkstown’s Economic Development
Team has proven itself to be an effective and cooperative partner with
businesses by helping them navigate the governmental approval process in a
timely and efficient manner.
As part of that continuing
effort, Supervisor Gromack and the Town Board invite any interested businesses
to this Business Forum, which will give businesses a chance to meet Town
officials involved in the development, planning and approval process. These
officials are committed to assisting small and large businesses to
“By providing businesses with
knowledge about the government process they may encounter, we hope to make
their experience more efficient,” concluded Supervisor Gromack.
Businesses are encouraged to
R.S.V.P. by calling Supervisor Gromack’s office at 845-639-2057.