Assemblyman Chris Tague (R, C - Schoharie) on Wednesday welcomed the Schoharie Economic Enterprise Corporation (SEEC) to their new office building with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The building was donated by Bank of America, and it will be Schoharie’s first coworking space. The SEEC focuses on cultivating entrepreneurial endeavors and enhancing the ability of local businesses to add value to their enterprises.
“I was honored to speak at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new hub for economic development in Schoharie County. I know the Schoharie Economic Enterprise Corporation will continue to lead the effort to make a countywide economic impact. The new office is located at 287 Main Street. Thank you to the executives from Bank of America who let me know that they wanted to donate the building in Schoharie to a non-profit. I knew the SEEC would be a perfect match. Congratulations to everyone involved,” said Tague.