CMS is proud to launch a new website for MARK Project in Arkville, NY.
For 30 years, MARK has provided housing programs, economic development and technical assistance services to the Towns of Andes, Middletown and Roxbury and the Villages of Fleischmanns and Margaretville.
They work on economic development efforts in the areas of outdoor recreation and tourism, arts and culture, agriculture and forest products and alternative health and healing and on the business and social activities that support and sustain our communities. The goal is to improve the lives of those who live and work here, to create an attractive destination for those who visit. They work to build the capacity of individuals, organizations, businesses and municipalities and provide resources that help them achieve their own pre-determined goals.
The MARK Project Inc. is a 501-c-3 not-for-profit, tax-exempt rural development company that unites efforts and secures resources to build and revitalize our communities. Contributions to the MARK Project are deductible to the full extent allowed by law. They are currently accepting donations for Flood Relief and Recovery and you may help there effort by visiting this page on the new site.
After the devastating flooding in the area, it was quickly realized the the MARK Project website needed to be an efficient and fluid vehicle to get important information out to the public fast and the site had to be effortless for the MARK Staff to update and maintain on the fly without stress or worry. MARK reached out to us and asked us if we could help and we were honored and excited to jump in and do so!
The new site is intended to provide a professional and down-to-business persona for this critically important organization. The projects and funding they accomplish every day is so vital to our communities and we, and MARK Project, wanted to convey this through the new site. With so much existing content, this project was an absolute joy as we were able to really sort and display all types of information in an organized, clean, and easy-to-use interface.
We hope that this new site becomes the hub of information for our area and enables the MARK Project to concentrate on what they do best and leave any worries about the website behind.