Mayor Stephanie A. Miner's first State of the City Address will be held Thursday, Jan. 28 at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) in Marshall Auditorium, Marshall Hall.
"I would like to thank Dr. Murphy and SUNY-ESF for agreeing to host my first State of the City Address," Miner said. "I look forward to presenting my vision for Syracuse in 2010 and beyond and discussing new and innovative ways to meet Syracuse's challenges and embrace its opportunities."
"ESF is pleased Mayor Miner has chosen to deliver her first State of the City Address from our campus," said ESF President Cornelius B. Murphy, Jr. "We look forward to continuing ESF's strong relationship with the City of Syracuse and working with local leaders to develop and implement more sustainable practices to improve the quality of life for people living in the City and throughout the broader Central New York region."
Light refreshments will be served at 5:30 p.m. The State of the City program will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Free parking will be available in the Syracuse University Stadium, Standart, Henry and Fine lots, located along Henry Street and Stadium Place, near the Carrier Dome. Guests can walk to Marshall Auditorium from these lots or take a free shuttle before and after the event courtesy of SUNY-ESF.
Parking for people with disabilities will be available in Lots 8 and 9 adjacent to Marshall Hall.
The event is free and open to the public.
SUNY-ESF, founded in 1911, is the only college in the nation devoted exclusively to the study of the environment, developing renewable technologies and building a sustainable future. The college's main campus occupies 12 acres in the City's University Hill neighborhood. The student body consists of approximately 1,500 undergraduate and 600 graduate students.