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Treleaven Adds Craft Beer to its Offerings


Treleaven Adds Craft Beer to its Offerings


beerTreleaven is now offering local craft beer in addition to its award-winning wines at the winery.

The brewery being represented at the winery is Cortland Beer Company, located in the heart of Downtown Cortland.

"It's very important to us to support local businesses in this region, and what a better and fun way to do that than by helping promote a local brewery?" Treleaven Marketing Manager, Michelle Kokot said about the menu change.  "We are always telling our customers that we have something for everyone when it comes to our wines, so we thought we should expand that to craft beer."

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Tompkins Trust Company Honors Community Volunteers

tct 120Tompkins Trust Company honored five individuals and six local non-profit organizations with 'James J. Byrnes Awards for Excellence' for their outstanding volunteer service to the community.

Eleven thousand dollars was donated to local charitable organizations from the bank's endowment fund through the Legacy Foundation of Tompkins County. The honorees each designated their $1,000 award to not-for-profit organizations of their choice.

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Comptroller Claims Statewide Tax Exemptions Jump While Job Gains Slow For Ida Projects

albany3 120New York's Industrial Development Agencies (IDAs) provided $660 million in net tax exemptions in 2013, up $105 million from 2012 but estimated job gains were nearly 23,000 lower than the previous year, according to a report issued today by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. This is DiNapoli's eighth annual report examining the performance of the state's IDAs and how these entities fulfill their mission to attract, retain and expand business within their communities.

"Although the amount of tax breaks IDAs provided to private companies noticeably increased, job gains did not keep pace," said DiNapoli. "IDAs can be an important catalyst for economic development in our state, but I urge local officials to improve their scrutiny over projects so that taxpayers know if their community is receiving promised jobs and economic benefits."

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