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Cortland County, located in New York’s Finger Lakes region, offers the very best of upstate living. With good schools, a wondrous four-season climate, vital, historic, and safe downtowns, affordable real estate and one of New York’s hottest SUNY campuses, Cortland County brings a lot to the table for business and quality of life. Our transportation infrastructure provides easy access to major northeastern and international markets, and the region’s concentrations of colleges and universities to make Cortland County an ideal location for relocating or expanding companies. 

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Monthly Board Meeting Notice – 40 Main Street, Suite A, 2nd Floor


    • BDC Board Meeting — 12:00 p.m. Monday, May 10

    • IDA Board Meeting — 12:30 p.m., Monday, May 10



IDA Public Hearing Notice


Former Broadcaster, County Official joins BDC

Cortland, NY – Former WXHC radio newscaster and Cortland County Clerk of the Legislature Eric Mulvihill has joined the Cortland County Business Development Corporation as an economic development and community relations specialist.

Mulvihill, a Cortland County native, also served the legislature as its public information officer. He will join the BDC staff in June.

“We’re very happy to add Eric to our team,” said BDC executive director Garry VanGorder. “We had some good interest in the position from across the region and beyond, but his skill set and familiarity with the community and how it works made the decision an easy one.”

Mulvihill will join VanGorder and BDC economic development specialist and CFO Karen Niday in working to facilitate job creation, capital investment, and community development in Cortland County. His duties will also carry over to an affiliate, the Cortland County Industrial Development Agency.

The position is a new one for the BDC, which is striving to broaden its impact in the community, VanGorder said.

Mulvihill holds an associate’s degree in communications from Tompkins Cortland County College. He worked for 14 years as a WXHC reporter and news director before moving to the county, where has been lauded for his work to streamline and facilitate government operations and communications. He is active in the community and has played a leading role in the organization and promotion of the popular Homer Winterfest and Fourth of July fireworks events.














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