Project Sunlight at Liverpool Public Library

Site promotes public access to government information

At 7 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 10, a representative from the State Attorney General's Office will be in the Carman Community Room at the Liverpool Public Library to explain New York State's Project Sunlight Web site.

New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has recently unveiled the newest version of his governmental Web site, Project Sunlight 2.0. The site promotes good government by allowing access to statewide government information regarding legislation, lobbying, member items, campaign finance and many other topics that until now have been scattered and difficult to retrieve.

Take a look at the Web site at sunlightNY.org, then come and learn how to use this web site to get your questions about New York State government answered.

This program is free and open to everyone although registration is requested so we have an idea of the number attending. Please register online at LPL.org, in person at the Information Desk, or by telephone at 457-0310, ext. 130.

The Liverpool Public Library is located at 310 Tulip St., Liverpool.

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