On Wednesday, September 20, Stockade Works’ founder Mary Stuart Masterson and co-founder Beth Davenport proudly joined Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, Ulster County Executive Mike Hein, and Kingston Mayor Steve Noble for the announcement of $10 million in funding and investments for the City of Kingston, the Mid-Hudson Valley winner of the second round of the state's Downtown Revitalization Initiative.

“We are so grateful to Governor Cuomo and the Mid-Hudson Valley REDC for their dedication to economic development here,” Mary Stuart Masterson said. “It is a boost for morale and an indication to all that Kingston is open for business! 

"Although Stockade Works' hub is in the neighboring Midtown Arts District and not the focus of the grant, this is a tremendous award for Kingston. It was thrilling to get a shout out from our friend, Ulster County Executive Mike Hein, and to personally thank the Governor for his commitment to building a better future for the Hudson Valley."

[+] Times Herald Record: Kingston to get $10 million for projects in Uptown Stockade area


Thanks to strategic investments in vibrant local assets, downtown Kingston is primed for future opportunities and growth, and this investment will catalyze that potential.
— Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
Pictured: New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Stockade Works founder Mary Stuart Masterson at Keegan Ales in Kingston. Photo by Philip Kamrass/ Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.

Pictured: New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Stockade Works founder Mary Stuart Masterson at Keegan Ales in Kingston. Photo by Philip Kamrass/ Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.

Video of the full announcement: http://bit.ly/092017_Cuomo10MKingston

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