Governor Andrew Cuomo promoted his tax-free business initiatives at Onondaga Community College today. His plans would benefit new, high-tech industries that are affiliated with SUNY and CUNY schools, as well as upstate private universities.
Discussion about the future use of drones in Upstate New York was flying back and forth at Thursday's Common Council Meeting. Syracuse meets the requirements to serve as an F-A-A test site for these unmanned vehicles. Centerstate C-E-O’s Deb Warner explains NUAIR’s intent.
“The FAA test sites are focused on one thing, mainly: safety. The job of these test sites is to do research and collect data for the FAA so that remotely piloted vehicles and their systems can be safely integrated into the national airspace.”
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Home Headquarter's Executive Director Kerry Quaglia and Near West Side resident Haydee Rolon speak about revitalizing the area.
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman pointed to a homeowner and a neighborhood on Syracuse’s Near West Side today as an example of how he plans to dedicate money to the state’s land banks. He stopped by Haydee Rolon’s house on Marcellus Street to announce his intention to allocate $20 million more in relief for the neighborhoods by addressing vacant properties.
The Syracuse area has been experiencing a tourism boom lately, and we may have the Canadians to thank for that. Destiny U-S-A Spokesperson David Aitken says that one out of four of their products are sold to “across-the-border” tourists.
You might expect kids to “cheer” on the last day of school. But when LeMoyne Elementary School students found out they'd won a recycling competition from Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency, they had another reason to smile.