New businesses ‘spring’ up all over Central NY: See 60 new business listings – syracuse.com

County Clerk’s offices in Onondaga, Cayuga and Madison counties recorded 60 new businesses between March 26 and 31. Included are a number of arts and handiwork businesses.
One business filed cross-county.
Three businesses closed in Onondaga County.
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