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April 28th, 2010
In 2005, then State Sen. Mary Lou Rath met the northeastern business director for a global engineering and architectural company working to develop a technology park north of Albany. She immediately thought of the impact such a development would have in her district, and put him in touch with Genesee County Economic Development Center president Steve Hyde. By 2007, a proposal was put together for a Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park in the town of Alabama.
In a three-part series, The Daily News will explain how the project got started, what nanotechnology is and how such a facility might impact, not only the town of Alabama, but Genesee County and the rest of Western New York.
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