The Construction Industry Council of Westchester and Hudson Valley, a business trade organization in the Hudson Valley, is applauding Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s $306 billion infrastructure plan.
“With his outline of a sweeping $306 billion infrastructure plan, underpinned by bold transportation and development projects, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has demonstrated in his State of the State address that New York is determined to continue as the beacon of hope and prosperity for the nation and the world — a role it has played since its birth,” stated John Cooney, Jr., executive director of the Construction Industry Council of Westchester and Hudson Valley.
“We applaud Gov. Cuomo for his bold vision and confidence to create the new pathway ‘in our rebirth’ back to economic growth and resiliency. We look forward to learning more about his plans over the coming months and stand ready to support him in his commitment to ‘raise spirits and structures’ for all New Yorkers,” Cooney added.
The Construction Industry Council is the core of construction and building in the mid-Hudson region of New York State. The CIC represents the heavy construction general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and service professionals in the seven-county region of the lower Hudson Valley. The CIC is aligned with the Building Contractors Association of Westchester & the Mid-Hudson Region and more than 30 labor unions of the Building & Construction Trades Councils in the area.