HelpContact UsFOILSite Map

Custom Navigation

Living in Tompkins County linkLearning in Tompkins County linkVisiting Tompkins County linkBusiness in Tompkins County linkTompkins County Government link

Bonding Authorized for William George Agency, Kendal at Ithaca

You are here:

You are here

> Bonding Authorized for William George Agency, Kendal at Ithaca


Health Department Rabies Clinics coming up in May. Details HERE.

NYS Citizen Preparedness Corps training event at Groton HS April 25th, Registration required. More information HERE (pdf)

Tompkins County seeks qualified candidates for this critical position in county government. Applications accepted through May 17.

The Tompkins County Health Department will be closed today, Noon-4:30PM, for staff development. The answering service will receive phone calls.and will notify staff In case of emergency.

Injury from falling is a major risk for older adults and people with disabilities.  Click HERE to review information on how to prevent falls from the Office for the Aging.

previous next

Bonding Authorized for William George Agency, Kendal at Ithaca

Thursday, November 6, 2014

The Legislature approved issuance by the Tompkins County Development Corporation of tax-exempt revenue bonds—bonding of up to $2 million for the William George Agency for Children’s Services, and of up to $60 million in bonds for Kendal at Ithaca.

Bonding for the William George Agency was approved by a 10-1 vote (Legislator Carol Chock voting no; with Legislators Mike Sigler, Martha Robertson, and Kathy Luz-Herrera excused), will support a dining hall renovation and equipment at its Freeville campus, as well as other improvements.

For Kendal, the bonding (approved without dissent) will underwrite an 84,000 square foot addition to the facility (to accommodate an independent living apartment building and a skilled nursing facility), and other renovations and equipment; the bonds will also refinance earlier bond debt.  (Legislator Carol Chock noted that Kendal should be lauded by proactively addressing energy issues as part of the project.)  The tax-exempt bonds, which must be approved by the Legislature under State law, carry no indebtedness to the County and give the non-profit organizations access to tax-free financing under the federal Internal Revenue Code.