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City of Peekskill Talks Business and Economic Development at Art Industry Media (AIM) 2019


WHAT: The City of Peekskill will participate in an economic development panel as part of Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Art Industry Media (AIM) Weekend. The morning panel will discuss topics including locating and expanding business, economic incentives and grant possibilities. Moderated by George Oros, the panel also features representatives from Cortlandt and Westchester County.


  • Bridget Gibbons, Director of Economic Development, Westchester County
  • Richard Leins, City Manager, City of Peekskill
  • Deb Milone, President, Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce
  • George Oros, Economic Development Consultant, Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce
  • Michael Preziosi, Director of Technical Services, Town of Cortlandt

WHEN: Saturday, April 13, 9:30 a.m.

WHERE: Lincoln Depot Museum, 10 S Water Street, Peekskill, NY 10566

DETAILS: 2019 AIM Weekend will see Peekskill transformed into an exciting multi-sensory experience, showcasing the Hudson Valley’s emergence as a hub for the new generation of multimedia. Other exciting program events include an interactive robotics demonstration, painting poetry, a career fair, and a special event featuring acclaimed filmmaker Paul Schrader. For the full schedule of events, click here.

RSVP: Veronica Roman / / o: 914-666-0066 / c: 646-245-0194

About the City of Peekskill

The City of Peekskill is a thriving, historic community located on the banks of the Hudson River. Just under one hour north of New York City, Peekskill is culturally and economically vibrant with abundant natural resources due to its location on the river and at the gateway to the Hudson Highlands. The City’s pedestrian-friendly downtown is buzzing with an array of dining and entertainment establishments. Offering artist lofts, studios, galleries and museums, Peekskill is home to a growing arts community and has no shortage of arts activities. The waterfront, with over three miles of continuous parkland, is a regional destination with a variety of active and passive recreation, as well as breathtaking views of the Hudson River. For more information, visit

VERONICA ROMAN Senior Account Manager 914.666.0066 4 W Red Oak Lane, Suite 109 White Plains, NY 10604

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