New York

Agilitas Energy Secured Site for Non-Wires Energy Storage Project in Long Island City

Agilitas Energy, a leading Northeast energy developer, has recently secured a project site to install a 4.95 MWac / 20.6 MWh battery energy storage system in Long Island City after winning one of the largest competitive energy storage projects in New York City – Con Edison’s Newtown Non-Wires Solutions Energy Storage System Request for Proposals published in August 2019. LONG ...

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Meal providers for older residents say city is shortchanging them, as problems persist with food delivery

Food boxes A group of organizations that provide meals for seniors says the city is set to short-change them in a solicitation due on Monday, as others say meals that are being delivered are inadequate or are not reaching the people in most need. Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer said meal deliveries for older New Yorkers have been “disappointing and ...

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The Arena’s search for a new sponsor begins

BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — As of June 30, Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena will no longer have “Floyd L. Maines” attached to its name. Toward the end of 2019, Maines informed the Arena it would not be renewing the naming rights contract between the two, after a six-year partnership. Arena manager Chris Marion says a new deal will not be ...

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City rejects Majestic proposals

The city rejected the two redevelopment proposals submitted for the Majestic Hotel property last month. It plans to seek additional proposals for the city-owned Park Avenue property that was condemned and demolished in 2016. – Photo by Richard Rasmussen of The Sentinel-Record The city has rejected both redevelopment proposals submitted for the Majestic Hotel property, explaining that the submissions for ...

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Is Agency New Business Back on Track? It Depends on Who You Ask

There are positive signs, but the RFP process could be forever changed The Covid-19 crisis and accelerating use of technology are reshaping the industry. Adweek Fastest Growing – Honoring the organizations, large and small, who have achieved significant growth over the past 3 years. Submit before July 13th. As the global pandemic took hold, agencies around the world found themselves in unfamiliar territory, ...

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Last Belmont Park lawsuits thrown out

New renderings of Islanders’ Belmont arena. Credit: New York Arena Partners LLC A state Supreme Court justice has tossed out lawsuits filed by the Village of Floral Park and various civic groups trying to reverse state approvals for the new arena for the New York Islanders, eliminating all legal challenges to the $1.3 billion project at Belmont Park. In court documents filed ...

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Zipari Launches Employer and Member Acquisition Center to Accelerate the Health Insurance Sales Pipeline

BROOKLYN, N.Y. Zipari, the company behind the first and only consumer experience platform built specifically for health insurance, is excited to announce the launch of its Employer and Member Acquisition Center (EMAC). This new product enhances healthcare-payers’ sales strategy with a pre-configured customer relationship management (CRM) tool to accelerate the sales pipeline across all market segments, from Medicare Advantage to ...

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THRUWAY AUTHORITY SELECTS CONTRACTOR FOR $450 MILLION PROJECT TO RENOVATE ALL REST STOPS

Motorists along the New York State Thruway will soon see renovation work at rest stop travel plazas along Interstate 90 in a two-phase project beginning in 2021. The New York State Thruway Authority on Tuesday selected a contractor to redevelop the 27 service areas located on the nearly 600-mile toll highway. The Authority picked Empire State Thruway Partners from bids ...

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Management job for Cohoes Music Hall is up grabs

COHOES — The management company that has maintained Cohoes Music Hall over the past two years is pitching for its job after Common Council terminated its contract last month. Music Hall Arts Alliance, Inc. has until Thursday, May 21 to promote itself again for a job the city had promised it would keep until the end of 2022. However, a pandemic ...

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Insulins available at US pharmacies are consistent with product labeling

NEW YORK, May 11, 2020 — JDRF, the American Diabetes Association (ADA), and The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, announce the results of a study examining the consistency and potency of insulin purchased at U.S. retail pharmacies. The study, led by University of Florida researcher Timothy Garrett and published in Diabetes Care, found all human and analog insulins ...

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New York, among nation’s hardest hit markets, delays commercial waste zone RFP due to pandemic

A momentous policy change will have to wait as companies ranging in size from Waste Connections to a local three truck operator report substantial volume declines due to the novel coronavirus. “Jogger Crosses Empty New York City Street During COVID19 Quarantine” by Anthony Quintano is licensed under CC BY 2.0 This spring, New York’s commercial waste sector was planning to submit bids for ...

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CommunocationsMatch, RFP Associates Launch Agency Select

The tool will help clients target customized RFP and RFQ requests to filtered lists of agencies. NEW YORK: Search and services platform CommunicationsMatch has launched Agency Select, an online RFP and RFQ selection tool, in partnership with agency search firm RFP Associates.  The platform allows clients to issue RFP and RFQ requests across the 6,000 agencies on the CommunicationsMatch platform. ...

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