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Chamber Summer Digital Magazine. Watch for the next one to come out in early 2022.

Mandatory NYS Sexual Harassment Training:  All New York State (NYS) employers are required to provide anti-sexual harassment training on an annual basis.  Employees must be trained at least once per year. This may be based on the calendar year,  anniversary of each employee’s start date, or any other date the employer chooses. New Haven Consulting Group who […]

Have you visited our Job Posting page on the Chamber website?  Click here to see some of the great opportunities that member businesses currently have posted.  If you are interested in posting a position, you can use the login you may have previously created, or connect with Carol Patterson at 518-828-4417 or, who will help get you […]

   CEDC and our partners in Columbia County continue to monitor the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and is committed to continuing to provide updates and resources at Important updates include NYS announces Winter Surge Plan NYS and Capital Region cases have reached record highs in early January. Data. Masking or Vaccines Required for […]

Seven-Pronged Initiative Will Overhaul Workforce Development in New York to Focus on Regional Needs, Expand Access to New Careers and Career Services, and Recruit the Next Generation of New York’s Labor Force Plan Will Establish New York as a National Model for the Employment of Individuals with Disabilities and Strengthen Protections for All Workers Governor […]

Save the Date – 33rd Annual Golf Tournament at Copake Country Club –Thursday, June 16, 2022 at 9:00 am. Contact the Chamber at 518-828-4417 or email: for more details, signup a foursome or to inquire about Sponsor Opportunities

Spring is about new beginnings! The Columbia County Chamber of Commerce Board  of Directors is pleased to announce its new President and CEO, William “Bill” Gerlach.  William Gerlach is an experienced professional and Columbia County native who has been  entrenched in the local business community. In the past, he served in various leadership roles  of […]

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