"Syracuse Common Council" Tagged Articles

Central New York , Consumer

Old Factory Transformed Into New Apartments

By , BDJ 464.03

Kyra Azzato Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News)­– The 110 year old West Brothers Knitting Co. is being renovated into 4o apartments. The Sutton Cos.  and  Edgemere Development are planning the renovation project of the mill located at 700-710 Emerson Avenue.  Rich & Gardner Construction Co. is doing the interior demolition that is going on now. When the 15-month renovation is complete […]

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Central New York , Government , Public Safety , Transportation

Syracuse’s Roads’ Conditions Consistent with State Score on Infrastructure Report Card

By , BDJ 464.02

By Molly Smith SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — This may not be the kind of report card that makes its way to the refrigerator. In its first ever assessment of New York State’s infrastructure, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave the state an overall grade of C minus, slightly above the national average of […]

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Government , Transportation

City of Syracuse Says Goodbye to Floating Parking Lanes

By , BDJ 663.02

By Kristen Powers SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)— The floating parking lane on Waverly Avenue near Syracuse University is being removed. This decision comes after a vote the Syracuse Common Council took on Aug. 3. The floating parking lanes on Comstock Avenue and Waverly Avenue started as an experiment by the city’s Department of Public Works. The floating lane on […]

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Central New York , Environment , Weather

A Common Councilor And A Community Group Are Worried About Residents

By , BDJ 364.01

By Arlety Gonzalez SYRACUSE N.Y. (NCC News) — A Near West Side community group and Common Councilor Bob Dougherty have plans to get rid of all the snow blocking sidewalks. This February has been one of the snowiest in Syracuse and piles of snow are all over the city. Since many people rely on walking, both the community […]

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Miner Won’t Back Down, But Will Speak With The Public Thursday

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By Lauren Winfrey SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) –  Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner doesn’t plan to back down from her decision to temporarily house unauthorized Central American children awaiting deportation hearings. Mayor Miner’s offer to shelter immigrant children has prompted protests. So, she will to provide a public platform to address questions and concerns. Miner has […]

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No Plan, No Ban

By , BDJ 465.02

By Josh Karnett SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)- Earlier this week, members of the Syracuse city coucil were looking to create outdoor smoke-free zones at several blocks in downtown. City Lawers have been looking over draft ordinances banning outdoor smoking in an area stretching roughly from the Everson Museum past  Columbus Circle to the Hotel Syracuse. No decision has […]

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