- Chip companies to spend $1.5B on research at SUNYIT near Utica
- More than 1,000 jobs coming to SUNYIT
Yes, there are reservations on the environmental impacts of this development and spinoffs, particularly on the viability of our water supply to support non-chip related uses and population growth.
Yes, there are reservations on whether or not this mega-development will become an excuse to burden area residents with even higher levels of taxation and water and sewer fees.
Nevertheless, this is still a positive announcement.
Let's cheer about it!