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Possible ways to link the Erie Canalway Trail ›
There’s a roadmap now for any organization that wants to take on the task of connecting the broken portion of the statewide Erie Canalway Trail that centers on the Syracuse area. A 15- to 16-mile stretch between Camillus and DeWitt has always been one of the most problematic gaps for advocates trying to create a continuous 360-mile, multi-use trail that follows the historic Erie Canal. If the gap was connected, it would create the longest continuous intrastate multi-use trail in the nation. The reasons why it’s so difficult to connect the trail in Syracuse is that it’s an urban area, with several municipalities involved. There are public multi-use trails here and there but none of them connect. Planner Danielle Krol of the Syracuse Metropolitan Transportation Council hopes a new report from that organization which includes trail suggestions will help. "We can use that document to go forward when different entities or municipalities are looking for funding to get this trail done. We can
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 21:15:59 +0000
Tuned to Yesterday ›
# 646, Broadway, Theater Guild "What Every Woman Knows" 3/2/47 ABC. Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 14:00:00 +0000
Schneiderman responds to House Science Committee subpoena, Syracuse Father's Day shooting ›
The House of Representative’s Science Committee has issued subpoenas to the state attorney generals of New York and Massachusetts over an investigation those offices are conducting into fossil fuel companies including ExxonMobil. New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said his investigation is an inquiry into whether Exxon is overstating the value of its assets and oil reserves and understating the risks of using fossil fuels. "The chairman of the committee on Science Space and Technology is making what to us is a pretty ludicrous assertion, that rather than trying to protect the rights of citizens to ensure that business fraud, and could be very significant business fraud we could talk about inflating up assets by many billions of dollars, their claim is that this is a politically charged effort to silence descending views on climate,” Schneiderman said on a recent visit to Syracuse. Schneiderman said his office is looking forward to responding to the House subpoena but
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:45:00 +0000
New York’s Sanders delegates irritated at DNC ›
It’s supposed to be Hillary Clinton’s convention, but the focus Monday was on her primary challenger, Bernie Sanders, and his delegates, who continue to stew over a WikiLeaks release of Democratic National Committee emails that showed favoritism to Clinton over Sanders. In New York’s delegation, annoyed Sanders supporters attending the convention in Philadelphia struggled to even secure a room to meet in so they could discuss all that’s happened. They wanted to figure out how to react to the controversy over the leaked emails that led to the resignation of DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the cancellation of her appearance at the podium on the convention’s first day. They found an empty meeting space, but were asked to leave by hotel staff, who said it was reserved for someone else. A second room, also empty, was denied to them once about 50 or so delegates had entered and begun their meeting. Finally, one delegate seized an open microphone. The State Democratic Party reserved
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:43:00 +0000
Did Cuomo change his mind about wanting to close Indian Point? ›
Pro- and anti-nuclear power groups are making their final cases for New York state to adopt or reject a proposal that would financially support the state's nuclear power plants. A decision on the nuclear subsidy plan is expected from the Public Service Commission (PSC) within the next week.
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:38:00 +0000


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