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People, Places, Events and City News from Syracuse, NY
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Today, with the support of Common Council, the city took a step forward. The Syracuse Common Council approved the Supplemental Sidewalk Snow Removal Pilot Program. We thank the Council for their diligence and for approving the contract. After years of discussion, debate and attempts, we are working together to address a challenge facing the city.

In Syracuse, we embrace winter and we embrace collaboration.
• Read the details at syracuse.com via http://ow.ly/HFPv30nsspS
• Understand What Every Residents Needs to Know About the Sidewalk Pilot Program by visiting bit.ly/syrgov-sidewalksnow2019
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Residents, Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh issued a city of Syracuse “Snow Safety Alert” on Friday afternoon, as a large winter storm descends on the Northeast. There is a possibility of more than 14 inches of snow by the end of the day Sunday.

Residents are urged to:
• Observe all parking requirements on city streets to allow snowplows to clear the roads
• Remove snow from sidewalks on their properties and around fire hydrants on their streets
• Observe all local weather and travel advisories.

Read the full release at http://bit.ly/syrgov190. More information on on Snow Safety Alerts and other City snow response practices is available at syrgov.net/snowsafety. #snowsafetyalert
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Tonight, Mayor Walsh will give his State of the City Address to the Syracuse Common Council and the community. His address will focus on the administration's Year One accomplishments, challenges and 2019 goals.

The The Daily Orange sat down with Mayor Walsh to understand his team's vision for Syracuse to be a growing city that embraces diversity and creates opportunity for all. Executing that vision in Syracuse, which has experienced challenging numbers in poverty and placement on hard-to-ignore lists, required a plan.

Read more from the #DailyOrange at http://ow.ly/hNda30nlhdq
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1 More Day until Mayor Walsh unveils his plans for Syracuse in the annual State of the City address, Thursday 7:00 p.m. at RedHouse Arts Center. ICYMI :: Read about #SyracuseSurge from syracuse.com's coverage. http://ow.ly/xHdQ30nkX38
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"In 2019, we really want to see our community surge forward." Hear the Mayor's full vision for the city in 2019 at the State of the City address January 17 at 7:00 pm at Redhouse Arts Center.
#InFocus snippet with @SPECNewsCNY and @IrisOnTV
http://ow.ly/Hg0w30njw2a #SOTCSYR
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Our sledding hills at Burnet Park and Sunnycrest Park are open today. While you're sledding and having fun, thank the team at #ParksandRec ⛄️❄️ Hills are open until 4:00 p.m. Both lodges will also be open to warm up! syracuse.com Spectrum News CNY NewsChannel 9 CNYCentral
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We are so proud to see this. Look at the good that happens when communities work together: http://ow.ly/xkd330neR91
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Mayor Ben Walsh will deliver his second State of the City Address on Thursday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. at the Redhouse arts center at 400 S. Salina St. The mayor will give an overview of his first year in office and look ahead to coming years. The annual…
Mayor to Deliver State of the City Address
Mayor to Deliver State of the City Address
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On January 17 at Red House Arts Center, Mayor Ben Walsh will report on his first year in office and discuss forward-looking plans for the city. It will be his second State of the City address. The annual report is a requirement of the City Charter to be delivered to the Syracuse Common Council before the end of January.

Here's the Mayor on News Channel 9 talking with Dan Cummings about how we finished off 2019. Will you be in attendance at this year's State of the City? This event is free and open to the community. http://ow.ly/BbUq30n9djZ
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We always thought the future belonged to young people, but the truth is their time is now and we must support them. Thank you PSLA at Fowler High School student, Najib Ahmed. You are hero. http://ow.ly/YCT430n80Q7
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