Photos: Mayor Madden, Local Officials Celebrate Grand Opening of Empire Fish Market

10-23-17 Empire Fish Market Ribbon Cutting

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | OCTOBER 23, 2017
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Photos: Mayor Madden, Local Officials Celebrate Grand Opening of Empire Fish Market

TROY, NY – On Monday, October 23, Mayor Patrick Madden joined owner Jay Jackson, the City of Troy Office of Economic Development, Rensselaer Deputy County Executive Chris Meyer, and Rensselaer County Legislature Deputy Minority Leader Ed Manny for a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open Empire Fish Market in the City of Troy. Located on 6th Avenue in Troy’s North Central neighborhood, Empire Fish Market serves a variety of premium fresh fish and seafood offerings as well as prepared take-out options and sides, including fish and chips, fried lobster tail and steam pots. The mayor expressed his appreciation to Jay for his significant investment in Troy and how it will add to the growth and vibrancy of Troy’s burgeoning North Central community.

10-23-17 Empire Fish Market Ribbon Cutting

10-23-17 Empire Fish Market Ribbon Cutting

10-23-17 Empire Fish Market Ribbon Cutting

10-23-17 Empire Fish Market Ribbon Cutting

Photos available via Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHsm4QSk9G

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About the City of Troy NY Office of Economic Development:
With a robust mix of consumers, a diverse college and university population, and an educated workforce, the City of Troy, New York is one of the Capital Region’s fastest growing communities for business and commerce. With enthusiastic financial backing from the State of New York, the City has made significant investments in the infrastructure of the downtown and surrounding neighborhoods. Troy was recently named by WalletHub.com as one of the nation’s “Best Small Cities to Start a Business” (5th in New York State, and 78th nationwide). The City of Troy remains committed to efforts which foster economic growth and provide the support for entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes that they need to thrive and grow.

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John Salka, Deputy Director of Public Information
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Cheryl Kennedy, Economic Development Coordinator
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