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Geneva will get $1.8M to fund streetscape changes downtown from NYS

New York is coming through to fund a little bit of the streetscape project taking shape in downtown Geneva.

The city received $1.8 million as part of the latest round of state economic development awards.

Another local winner, the Seneca Knitting Mill, which currently houses the National Women’s Hall of Fame received $294,000 in project funding.

Last week, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the complete slate of funding, which included $64.4 million for the Finger Lakes region.

Geneva will use the $1.8 million for green infrastructure in the downtown streetscape project on Routes 5&20, adjacent to downtown and the lakefront, Castle Street to Main Street and Exchange Street between Lake and Castle streets, according to the Finger Lakes Times.

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