Audubon Machinery Corporation (AMC) pledged in 2005 to create 25 new positions by the end of 2008. AMC is proud to announce that they have met that job creation target 6 months early.
Tri-Community ambulance service has upgraded several aspects of its facilities and services with the help of a FEMA grant totaling $53,000.
The federal grant is awarded to fire and EMS services across the country. Tri-Community’s grant was used for three projects. A 50-kilowatt emergency generator system was installed at the station to allow for uninterrupted service during any power outage. This will allow the station to function without compromise to such vital needs as lighting, radios and vehicle charging systems, according to Robin R. Zastrow, president/CEO.more»
Audubon Machinery recognized for its efforts in building the first Green Certified Factory in New York State
Audubon built its new manufacturing facility on a remediated Brownfield site and implemented measures in accordance with the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) guidelines in order to obtain its Green Building status from the US Green Building Council.more»
The USGBC is the nation's leading alliance of leaders in the building industry working together in order to advocate for buildings that are environmentally responsible, profitable and healthy places to live and work.more»