Laberge Group welcomes Dennis G. Pilla to the firm as a Senior Community Development Specialist. Dennis will be an integral part of Laberge Group’s municipal solutions practice and bolster their community development and planning team. Having served four terms as the Mayor of Port Chester, NY, Dennis brings a unique background in local government, corporate management, and strategic planning consulting. With over 30 years of experience, he is well versed in New York State and local government regulations and processes, economic development, land use and zoning, community development planning, comprehensive planning, shared municipal and back-office services, and public meeting facilitation. Dennis obtained his Master of Public Administration from Baruch College’s Marxe School of Public and International Affairs.
Laberge Group welcomes Mr. Matthew Rogers to the firm as a Senior Planner. Mr. Rogers obtained his Bachelor’s Degree...
Don’t miss out – the deadline to submit a CFA for your economic and community development projects is around...
Local Government Efficiency, News, Planning & Community Development
Laberge Group is pleased to welcome Ms. Kathleen A. Rooney to the firm in the capacity of Local Government...
Laberge Group is proud to announce securing $400,000 for the Village of Kiryas Joel to continue the P.A.T.H.(Providing Assistance...
Laberge Group Partnered with the Town of Black Brook to Secure More Than $1,000,000 in NY Water Grant FundingGrants and Funding, News
The Town of Black Brook was awarded $1,079,280 in NY Water Grant funding to undertake water system improvements that...
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- Completion of the City of Albany’s Much-Anticipated South End Connector Pedestrian and Bicycle Trail
- Public Information Meeting Regarding Potential Village Dissolution
- Effective Government Efficiency Initiatives Begin with Careful Study
- Street Improvements and Repairs throughout Village of Nassau, NY
- Helping New York Communities Navigate COVID 19 Fiscal Challenges