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Public Invited to 5th Forum on “How CNY Works” November 30th

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The Onondaga Citizens League (OCL) continues its current study, “How CNY Works” by inviting the public to participate in the next study session. OCL is examining the diversity of CNY’s economic base. The next session will be held at Mercy Works’ Vision Center  on Wednesday, November 30, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. This session... Read more »

Next OCL Study Session at Center of Excellence

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OCL continues the  “How CNY Works” study with it’s next study session on how changes in the economic base and employment patterns impact the community as a whole. (Who wins and who loses. Key variables in employment and wage practices)  The next session will be held at the Center of Excellence at 727 E. Washington Street... Read more »

Public Invited to Forum on “How CNY Works”

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The Onondaga Citizens League (OCL) continues its current study, “How CNY Works” by inviting the public to participate in the next study session. OCL is examining the diversity of CNY’s economic base. This week’s session will be held at the Erie Canal Museum on Thursday, October 13, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Several speakers... Read more »

OCL announces the Kick-off of its 2016/17 Study

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OCL announces the kick-off of its 2016/17 study, “How CNY Works: Examining the Diversity of Our Economic Base – Past, Present and Future “by inviting the public to attend our first study session. With community input, the study committee will look at the businesses and industries that built CNY – and the people who worked... Read more »

OCL Seeks Public input for 2016-17 Study’s Scoping Sessions

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The Onondaga Citizen’s League (OCL), administered by University College of Syracuse University will begin its latest community study–“How CNY Works–with three identical “scoping” (or design) sessions the week of August 22-26. The sessions are free and open to the public. The sessions will be held as follows: Tuesday, Aug. 23, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.... Read more »