December 2007
Business Journal (Central New York);12/14/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 50, p4
The article offers news briefs related to business in New York. Solvay Bank Corp. has received the approval from the New York State Banking Department to relocate its Westvale Office to Geddes Plaza, 527 Charles Avenue. State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli reports a $5 million overpaid health care providers for Medicaid claims in Albany. Hemisphere Holdings Corp. announces the sale of the James-Midler Apartments located at 320 North Midler Avenue in Syracuse.


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