Alliance sought to go after Route 28 funding

By Jay Braman Jr., Correspondent
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The Catskill Center for Conservation and Development is trying to form an alliance of several communities along the state Route 28 corridor to hash out ideas for a $500,000 state fund earmarked for the area.

Peter Manning, a representative of the Arkville-based center, said the state has committed the money for a Central Catskill Mountains Smart Growth Program to support improvement projects that retain the vibrancy of the hamlets, villages, and town centers along the corridor – specifically in the towns of Andes, Middletown, Olive, and Shandaken, and the villages of Fleischmanns and Margaretville.

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