New York once again is doling out millions of dollars throughout the state to help spur economic development.
In total, nearly $65 million will be given out in what is considered northern New York.
For Jefferson County, $3.1 million will be divided up: $1 million going to improve infrastructure at the Watertown International Airport; $2 million for a sewer line to be extended to where a new business complex is set to go near the airport; and $500,000 for the Masonic Temple.
Lewis County is set to receive just over $1 million, with funds being used to fix up the Fairgrounds in Lowville and to help redevelop an old factory site in Lyons Falls.
And St. Lawrence County will see $5 million earmarked for major upgrades at the wastewater treatment center in Ogdensburg.