Meetings & Governance

In accordance with EDC Warren County’s commitment to efficiency, openness, accountability and full disclosure of information this section contains EDC’s Board meeting agendas, minutes, and related documentation, as well as audit reports and annual reports, as they are put forth.

NYS enacted the Public Authorities Accountability Act (PAAA) of 2005, which was signed into law in January 2006.  This ground-breaking law established guidelines for the governance of public authorities as well as disclosure requirements relating to the structure, activities and finances of the authorities.

EDC Warren County has been defined by the NYS Authorities Budget Office as a local authority, a not-for-profit corporation affiliated with, sponsored by, or created by a county, city, and town or village government.  In order to comply with the primary purpose of the law that ensures greater efficiency, openness and accountability of New York State’s authorities, comprehensive reporting, auditing, governance and property disposition requirements have been established.

EDC Meetings

For information on upcoming EDC Board of Directors meetings including Board meeting agendas, minutes, and related documentation,

EDC Open Positions

Marketing & Communications Director

Economic Development Coordinator

EDC Vision

An economy that creates opportunity and prosperity for all.

EDC Mission

We drive economic opportunity, growth and prosperity in Warren County by:
• Responding promptly, accurately, and completely to business
• Providing financing and improving infrastructure that generates
public benefits, and,
• Leveraging the tremendous advantages of doing business to
enhance the quality of life for all residents.

Certificate of Incorporation

EDC Warren County Certificate of Incorporation

By-Laws & Organizational Chart of EDC Warren County

Amended and Restated By-Laws as of March 20, 2018