ONONDAGA CITIZENS LEAGUE E-NEWS
What Does It Mean To Be Green?
OCL’s 30th study, “What Does It Mean to Be Green?” was released on October 15, 2010 and received front page attention in The Syracuse Post-Standard and was again featured on the front page in the Opinion section of the newspaper on October 31. Study co-chairs Jason Allers and David Holder presented the report publicly at FOCUS Greater Syracuse on October 15 and are available to make presentations to other community groups. For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call OCL at 443-4846.
Community Image: Creating a Better First Impression
OCL’s new study is exploring the economic and social benefits of community image and aesthetics and will focus on how we as individuals and as a community can redirect our energies and resources into making Syracuse and Onondaga County a place of pride. The Study Committee has begun meeting and subcommittees are being formed to conduct research in five areas: 1. Economic Development Impact; 2. Case Studies; 3. Public Input and Participation; 4. Public Policy; 5. Physical Environment. For more information, or to participate, go to http://onondagacitizensleague.org/ocl_studies/index.htm.
2010 OCL ANNUAL REPORT
The 2009-2010 OCL Annual Report highlights Citizens League activities and accomplishments for the period September 2009- August 2010.
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