The founder of the Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance has left the organization. Alex Levitch has resigned from the executive board of directors.
continued Levitch emphasized he feels strongly about the future of the alliance.
“It’s called the alliance, because it seeks to include (through its steering board) all the major players that are likely to impact on quality of life and economic change in Ticonderoga and its immediate environs that are capable of sharing and working together toward a common vision for long term regional economic prosperity,” he said.
“Its principle skills set should provide for competencies in corporate and business outreach, branding, real estate development, deal structuring, project management and planning, partnering, partnering and partnering,” he added. “Its principle cultural tenets to be memorialized via its reputation.”
The Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance is comprised of private donors, business and industry partners, town and county government, leaders of civic organizations, and citizens who support its goals. The goals include strengthening and growing the local economy and business base as well as expanding Ticonderoga as a hub for tourism, arts and culture.
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