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GRAR program secures $15,000 grant for Penn Yan project

Rochester Business Journal
April 16, 2014

The Greater Rochester Association of Realtors has received a $15,000 grant for its “Smart Growth” program, an extension of the National Association of Realtors.

The grant’s purpose is to help the village of Penn Yan develop a comprehensive plan for the future and continue its capacity as a tourist destination for the Finger Lakes Region.

The Penn Yan 2020 Vision Steering Committee and the Rochester Regional Community Design Center are partnering with the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors to develop and execute the plan.

Some issues that will be addressed include housing, commercial and community development, transportation, signage, and environmental design guidelines for the village among others.

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