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The regional cash going out the door

ALBANY -– The regional council funding breakdowns are in.

Four winners in the competition to share $140 million of the $200 million regional council funding are: Western New York, Central New York, the North Country and Long Island.

When parts of another $786 million pot of cash, tax breaks and other incentives are included, everyone comes away with dollars. As expected.

The overall breakdowns are: Western New York ($100.3 million), Southern Tier ($49.4 million), Finger Lakes ($68.8 million), Central New York ($103.7 million), Mohawk Valley ($60.2 million), North Country ($103.2 million), Capital Region ($62.7 million), Mid-Hudson Valley (67 million), New York City ($66.2 million) and Long Island ($101.6 million).

--Tom Precious

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Robert J. McCarthy

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Tom Precious

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