Bank of Cooperstown, at 73 Chestnut St. in Cooperstown, specializes in services to small and medium-sized businesses, agribusiness enterprises and farming operations, plus financing professional practices and commercial real estate owners and developers.
Independently owned USNY Bank, which operates as Bank of the Finger Lakes in Geneva and Bank of Cooperstown, opened in 2007. In July, USNY Bank reported unaudited net income of $559,375 for the second-quarter of the year and $1,104,574 for the first six-months of this year. Total assets grew about 12 percent from $145,941,258 as of Dec. 31 to $163,402,800 as of June 30, a media release said.
Also on Wednesday, Oneonta planners will review a proposal to expand a veterinary business.
Joan K. Puritz has submitted application documents to expand her Oneonta Veterinary Hospital at 525-529 Main St. Puritz proposes building a 1,664 square-foot addition on the front of the existing 3,286 square-foot building.
The first-floor of the addition will be used for examination rooms and a handicapped accessible bathroom, according to documents filed with the city code office, and the addition’s basement area will be used for mechanicals, computer accessories and an employee break room.
Planners will consider a short version of the State Environmental Quality Review Act form before conducting a site plan review for the veterinary business’s proposed expansion.