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Pattern Shines the Spotlight on the Impact of Film Tax Credit in Ulster County

NEWBURGH — Pattern for Progress has released a new report about the growing film industry in the Hudson Valley and the impact an expanded state tax credit program for filming will have on the region. The study includes a set of several recommendations for how Ulster County, which commissioned the report, can take advantage of […]

January 16th, 2018|Categories: Press Releases, Uncategorized|

Pattern to Tackle Housing Issues in Urban Centers at Forum on Sept. 14; RUPCO’s Kevin O’Connor to be Honored

NEWBURGH — The Hudson Valley’s urban centers face a range of challenges. Some are seeing a wave of new housing development that is creating new housing units but driving up rents and displacing long-time residents. Others are still struggling to overcome the legacy of years of blight and disinvestment and find new uses for vacant […]

August 30th, 2017|Categories: Housing, Land Use & SEQRA, Press Releases, Urban Issues|

Opportunities to Revitalize Urban Areas’ Housing to Impact Growth Planned at Pattern for Progress Forum Sept. 14

NEWBURGH — Hudson Valley Pattern For Progress is bringing together national and local housing experts at a Sept. 14 forum to outline how to increase and improve housing in the valley’s urban areas — an important component in helping revitalize communities and a goal of Pattern’s Urban Action Agenda.

“Housing in Urban Centers: What It All […]

August 8th, 2017|Categories: Housing, Press Releases, Urban Issues|

Chris Gibson to speak at leadership luncheon

CHRIS GIBSON, FORMER CONGRESSMAN & RETIRED ARMY COLONEL,
TO SPEAK ON LEADERSHIP AT PATTERN FOR PROGRESS LUNCHEON

Address will be part of municipal/nonprofit executives’ graduation from leadership program

NEWBURGH — Chris Gibson, whose extensive career has taken him from the front lines of combat with the United States Army to Capitol Hill and then […]

June 2nd, 2017|Categories: News, Press Releases, Uncategorized|

Rebuilding Our Infrastructure; Got a Spare Billion? Action, dollars needed now

PATTERN FOR PROGRESS CALLS FOR ACTION TO ADDRESS ACUTE INFRASTRUCTURE CONCERNS, AND OFFERS SOLUTIONS

Aging roads, bridges, water & wastewater systems require big dollars to secure future

A significant new Hudson Valley Pattern For Progress report details the alarming extent of deteriorating roads, bridges and water and wastewater systems […]

April 20th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|

Pattern for Progress Calls for Action to Address Acute Infrastructure Concerns, and Offers Solutions

PATTERN FOR PROGRESS CALLS FOR ACTION TO ADDRESS ACUTE INFRASTRUCTURE CONCERNS, AND OFFERS SOLUTIONS

Aging roads, bridges, water & wastewater systems require big dollars to secure future

To see the executive summary click here

To read the full report click here

A significant new Hudson Valley Pattern For Progress […]

April 20th, 2017|Categories: Infrastructure, Press Releases|

WESTCHESTER, ROCKLAND, PUTNAM COUNTY LEADERS TACKLE TOP ISSUES AT PATTERN FOR PROGRESS TALK MAY 15

 NEWBURGH — The elected leaders of three Hudson Valley counties will discuss how they push for smart growth, navigate change and address priorities from residents, New York State and Washington, D.C., when they join Hudson Valley Pattern For Progress for a panel discussion May 15 at […]

April 7th, 2017|Categories: Press Releases|

New Pattern For Progress Report: Hudson Valley’s Transforming Cities and Urban Areas Are Preparing For Next Wave of Growth

With New York City becoming more expensive, valley rolls out welcome mat;
Pattern’s data-driven analysis provides broad-based yet very local look at region’s evolution

The Hudson Valley’s cities and urban areas are revitalizing on numerous fronts, setting the stage to attract a new wave of residents drawn by safer and more attractive downtowns, diverse population centers, improving […]

March 16th, 2017|Categories: Education, Housing, Infrastructure, Press Releases, Urban Issues|

Millennials: What the Valley Has For You

Pattern For Progress is leading a March 22 discussion for young professionals to learn about trends touching millennials’ lives. Attend to learn, and share thoughts and ideas, across numerous professions, industries and associations regarding the future of the Hudson Valley. You’ll also hear how Pattern works to improve quality of lives in the region. The event […]

March 8th, 2017|Categories: Press Releases|

Faso, Maloney Detail Washington’s Hudson Valley Impact at Pattern for Progress’ “Across the Aisle” Talk April 21

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