COVID-19 UPDATES: Decreasing in-office workforce by March 20

We hope you are staying safe and healthy. We closely monitoring the coronavirus situation and its impact on public health across the state, our local economy and our own operations.

Health and government officials are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people. Businesses are encouraged to do their part to keep their employees, customers, and themselves healthy.

Decreasing In-Office Workforce
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued Executive Order 202.6 late on March 18th. Under the order, effective as of March 20 at 8 p.m., all businesses and not-for-profit entities are to use any telecommuting or work from home procedures that they can safely utilize to the maximum extent possible. This order does not apply to government entities, municipalities and public schools. This order requires every employer, unless exempted, to reduce its in-person workforce at any work locations by 50% by Friday, March 20, at 8 p.m.

On March 19, the Governor issued Executive Order 202.7. This order requires every employer, unless exempted, to reduce its in-person workforce at any work locations by 75% by Saturday, March 21 at 8 p.m.

Congratulations to our 2019 Scholarship Winner Danielle Commisso!

Please join the Marcy Chamber of Commerce in congratulating our 2019 scholarship winner.

Danielle Commisso graduated from Utica College in May 2019 where she double majored in Psychology and Criminal Justice. She will be attending New England School of Law in Boston this fall to pursue her Juris Doctorate.

Danielle has volunteered at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children where she folded and disseminated flyers, and participated in the Ride for Missing and Exploited Children. She also completed an internship with the organization in Rochester and feels that internship helped reinforced her desire to work for them one day.

She currently works at Oneida Health as a nursing assistant and also at Hobika Law Firm where she is gaining experience in the legal field. She’s been working at Oneida Health for the past three years and worked both jobs while attending college.

Danielle says that the Town of Marcy has granted her opportunities to gain independence while also granting her the ability to depend on others in times of need. For this, she is forever thankful that she was able to grow up in Marcy and hopes to be able to return one day as a lawyer.

Annual Picnic - June 25

To all Marcy Chamber of Commerce members:

At this year’s Annual Picnic, to be held on Tuesday, June 25 at the Marcy Town Park located at 9455 Toby Road, we are giving all members in good standing the opportunity to set up a table/booth to showcase your business.

If you would be interested in participating, please contact Terri Sciortino at before June 1 for further information.

The 2019 scholarship winner will be announced at the picnic.