As I’m sure you are aware, the elevated portion of Interstate 81, which runs north/south through downtown Syracuse, will reach the end of its useful life in 2017. State and federal officials are in the process of determining the best solution for fixing this important thoroughfare. It’s a decision that will impact Central New Yorkers for many decades. That’s why I would like your input on the future of I -81.
Thank you in advance for completing and returning this short survey to share your vision for I-81, and to help shape our future. Your response will be kept anonymous.
Senator John Flanagan and Stony Brook Medicine’s Prostate Care Program: Joining Together to Fight Prostate Cancer Free Screenings To Commemorate Prostate Cancer Awareness Month Monday, September 15 through Thursday, September 18.
Senator Dilan recently joined North Brooklyn Development Corp Executive Director, Richard Mazur and the North Brooklyn Boat Club for a canoe tour of Newtown Creek. The club, along with organizations such as the Java St Community Garden, are stewards of the ongoing remediation of the creek. These groups are host to a number of environemental education projects finaced by the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund. To learn more about the fund and important projects in Greenpoint, please visit http://www.gcefund.org/.