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Senator DeFrancisco Tours Site of Honeywell Cleanup Project at Onondaga Lake

Honeywell Inc. is in the process of cleaning up pollution in and around Onondaga Lake.  On Friday, September 16th, Senator John DeFrancisco took a tour of the project site.

SENATOR DEFRANCISCO MEETS WITH MEMBERS OF ONONDAGA COUNTY SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

Senator John A. DeFrancisco is pictured with Craig Dennis, Brendan Whelan and Mark Burger at his office in the State Office Building in Syracuse.

Senator DeFrancisco Helps Announce Planned Water Quality Improvement Projects to Owasco Lake and its Watershed

Senator John A. DeFrancisco is pictured with, from left to right, State Senators Seward and Nozzolio, OWLA President James Beckwith and Assemblyman Gary Finch during a press conference and ribbon-cutting ceremony at Owasco Lake on July 13, 2015.

The Cayuga County state legislators secured $600,000 in the State Budget to support ongoing and long-term efforts to improve water quality throughout the watershed. Owasco Lake is currently on the New York State Priority Waterbody Listing as “potentially impaired” for such uses as water supply and recreation. Water quality improvement projects will address phosphorous removal and reduction, lake inspections, ongoing research, public education and outreach, and project management.

STATE SENATORS ANNOUNCE PLANNED IMPROVEMENTS TO THE WATER QUALITY OF OWASCO LAKE

(Auburn, NY) - State Senators John A. DeFrancisco, Michael F. Nozzolio and James L. Seward today (7/13/15) joined officials from the Owasco Watershed Lake Association to announce that significant water quality improvements are planned for Owasco Lake and its watershed.

 

Earlier this year, the Cayuga County state legislators secured $600,000 in the State Budget to support ongoing and long-term efforts to improve water quality throughout the watershed. Owasco Lake is currently on the New York State Priority Waterbody Listing as “potentially impaired” for such uses as water supply and recreation. Water quality improvement projects will address phosphorous removal and reduction, lake inspections, ongoing research, public education and outreach, and project management.

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