On September 3, The Catskill Watershed Corp. (CWC) Board of Directors gave a few Walton, NY projects a boost.   The CWC is a non-profit, Local Development Corporation responsible for several environmental protection, economic development and education programs in the New York City Watershed West of the Hudson River.  The CWC has awarded Chazen Companies $28,800 to draft a plan for demolition of structures on the Breakey Motors property in Walton. Costs include a buildings materials survey, laboratory analysis, and monitoring.

Additionally, a loan was approved from the Catskill Fund for the Future (CFF) to Zandhoek Properties, LLC in the amount of $620,000 for the purchase of 185 Zandhoek Road, Hurley, NY to relocate THikit Inc. THikit Inc. is an online printing company specializing in high-end, extra thick business cards and invitations. The building consists of 8,600 square feet with one large open area for production, two separate offices, a kitchen, and restrooms, providing room to expand and grow.