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CRG head says he’s leaving

April 3, 2014

GLOVERSVILLE — Fulton County Center for Regional Growth President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Reese says he will leave his position by September....

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Apr-03-14 6:24 PM

No doubt he's become disgusted after learning how he has to bow and scrape to certain people.

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Apr-03-14 2:10 PM

Bet he's found greener pastures elsewhere with another alphabet soup group.

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Apr-03-14 1:22 PM

The crooks beat another honest guy into the ground. When will it end.

To tinbucktoof: I believe it's not possible for an honest man to have economic development accomplishments the way things have been done by the Board of Supervisors. They persist in turning over control to self-interested parties, ignoring what's being done (except for self-congratulatory press releases) & then hide when things go wrong.

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Apr-03-14 1:12 PM

The article mentions how much he helped obtain in grants while heading up the Mohawk Valley Economic Development, but the article makes no mention of his accomplishments while heading up the Fulton County CRG? This leaves me to wonder want did he accomplish while he was heading up the EDC and now the CRG? As a taxpayer here, I don't care what he accomplished in the Mohawk Valley, I would like to know what he accomplished here in our own backyard?!

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