Micron, a leading computer memory and data storage manufacturer, has announced its intentions to establish a facility in Central New York. In collaboration with New York State, Micron pledges a $500 million investment over the next two decades in community and workforce development. The Micron Community Engagement Committee, instituted by the Governor, aims to pinpoint community needs, steering investments into areas like education, housing, and workforce advancement.
Chairman David S. Gould emphasizes the importance of community feedback, urging the public to partake in a survey presented by the Micron Community Engagement Committee. “This is the moment for individuals to voice their thoughts on behalf of their community,” Gould said. He expressed confidence in Cayuga County’s collaborative efforts, highlighting cooperation with the City of Auburn and other key entities in preparation for Micron’s arrival.
To contribute to this pivotal community engagement initiative, residents are encouraged to participate in the brief survey available on the Cayuga County Webpage or directly via [provided link]. The committee is eager to collate ideas that will induce substantial, enduring improvements for the Central New York region. For inquiries, Chairman Gould and Cayuga County Operations Officer, Shereen Androsko, are available for contact.
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