Many thanks to our Keynote Speaker, Matt Leighninger from Deliberative Democracy Consortium for helping to make the annual meeting a huge success. Also, a special thank you to Visual Technologies for providing the AV equipment along with their expertise!
The next meeting of the OCL study, How CNY Moves, will be held on Wednesday, June 17, 12 – 1:30 p.m. in the SUNY Oswego Metro Center at 100 South Salina Street (the Atrium office building on Clinton Square) in Room 129. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch. We’ll review the work of... Read more »
Join us for the OCL Annual Meeting luncheon on Wednesday, June 10 at noon with keynote speaker Matt Leighninger of the Deliberative Democracy Consortium as we honor Mike Stanton of the Preservation Association of Central New York with the Levi L. Smith Civic Education Award, and present the inaugural OCL Study Champion Award to Syracuse... Read more »
Join us at the first study session for OCL’s new study, How CNY Moves, examining our local transportation system. The session will feature a presentation and Q&A session with James D’Agostino, director of the Syracuse Metropolitan Transportation Council, and Mario Colone, SMTC program manager. SMTC, the metropolitan planning organization for Central New York, has just... Read more »
Understanding the Employment Skills Gap in Central New York, OCL’s latest report, explores the apparent disconnect between the number of people looking for full-time employment and the unfilled jobs in the area. The study revealed many real barriers for both employers and job-seekers as well as the potential for the employment community to utilize approaches... Read more »