Chautauqua County Executive PJ Wendel said, “I am thrilled with the work being undertaken by the CCIDA and the extended economic development team, which includes the Partnership for Economic Growth and the County Planning Department. I commend Mark Geise and the CCIDA team for their laser focus on Chautauqua County’s upward trajectory despite the pandemic.
California’s Coronado Stone Expanding to Westfield Crown Hill Stone is now Coronado Stone Vince Horrigan, Chautauqua County Executive; Kevin Sanvidge, CCIDA Administrative Director/CEO; Martha Bills, Supervisor, Town of Westfield; Dylan Mowry, Coronado Stone Lodi, CA Plant Manager; Mrs. Kathy Bacon and Mr. Mel Bacon, Owner and Founder, Coronado Stone Products; Aaron Resnick, Executive Director, Westfield […]
Reprinted from The Post Journal August 10, 2013 By Dave O’Connor WESTFIELD – Preliminary work to convert the former Westfield Exempt Volunteer hall at 75 Bourne St. into a food manufacturing facility continued Friday with asbestos removal. A workman for the contractor, H.H. Rauh Contracting Co. LLC of Ashville, said Rae Foods, which plans to […]
Startup Receives State and Local Economic Development Assistance PILOT, Tax Lease and AL Tech Loans approved by CCIDA JAMESTOWN, N.Y.: — Pierogi production will soon be underway in Westfield after a major collaborative effort to attract startup Rae Foods, Inc. to Chautauqua County. Owners Rachelle McFeely and Beverly Braley recently closed on the purchase of their […]