Saranac Lake, N.Y. — As they look forward to spending more time with their grandkids, reviving old hobbies or traveling to warmer climates, many business owners know they need to make a business succession plan before they retire. They often feel daunted by valuing their business and finding a qualified new owner. To help retiring business owners overcome these challenges, the North Country Center for Businesses in Transition (CBIT), now in its second year, will again offer targeted programs and resources to transitioning businesses in 2020.
Two high performing Lewis County IDA staff promoted to interim director and secretary-treasurer posts
Watertown Daily Times
By: Julie Abbass
LOWVILLE — Economic development organizations in Lewis County are on the cusp of many changes in the next few months, starting with some significant upward shifts for current Industrial Development Agency staff members.
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Lewis County Industrial Development Agency
DENMARK, NY – October 29, 2019 – U.S. Light Energy, a leading New York solar energy company specializing in the development of solar electric and community solar systems, executives along with local, state and federal representatives and project partners held a groundbreaking event in Denmark, New York to officially launch construction of the Denmark Community Solar Project – Lewis County’s first community solar initiative.