Syracuse, N.Y. — The chair of the Common Council’s finance committee today called for the city to spend $123 million in federal stimulus money on infrastructure, housing, transportation and preparations for the upcoming I-81 project.
Syracuse, N.Y. — Democrat Michael Greene leads the fund-raising race in the Syracuse mayoral primary with four weeks until the election.
Greene has raised $101,470. His opponent, Khalid Bey, has raised $25,976.."read more
Michael recently wrote a letter to the editor published in Syracuse.com addressing our problematic tax break system. Read it Here
"Many economists predict that the number of work-from-home jobs will continue to grow even after the pandemic ends and Syracuse is gaining national attention as a potential destination spot for remote workers. Business Insider and Realtor.com recently said Syracuse has the amenities of a large city but affordable housing and other cost-of-living expenses." read more
'Is Syracuse getting better? The answer to that question depends on who you ask. For those associated with downtown’s development and the region’s largest corporations, the answer is yes. “Rising Above” has been good for big business..." read more
"I agree with the recent letters to the editor that describe the Tech Garden as a positive economic contributor to Central New York. I have proposed an agreement that would allow the Tech Garden expansion to move forward as planned but would stipulate that if the facility generates any unexpected profit that the proceeds be split evenly between the city of Syracuse and CenterState CEO. ...." read more