More than 1,000 acres of habitat restoration and hiking trails near the lake and in the Tully Valley are part of the plans proposed for Honeywell to make amends for damage done to Onondaga Lake. Kenneth Lynch, Executive Deputy Commissioner of New York State Department of Environmental Conservation; and Anne Secord, Acting Deputy Field Supervisor for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, will present the proposal from the lake trustees at the next F.O.C.U.S. Forum. The agencies are seeking comments on the proposal through June 2 and want to know what the public thinks of the proposal for how Honeywell Corp. could atone for the Allied Signal era pollution. Join the discussion over early morning coffee. Please use the doors on the Warren Street side or the east end of the Atrium.