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March 21st, 2005
CEG, Albany-Colonie chamber seek $11M for 5-year plan
Kelly Lovell and Lyn Taylor are joining forces to raise $11 million to advance Tech Valley, money they say is critical to prep the region for the growth.
The CEG plans to meet with every community in the region about what Tech Valley is, opportunities they have and what role they can play. The focus is on five technology sectors: biotechnology, energy, information technology, advanced materials and nanotechnology.
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