Monthly Archives: March 2012

New Technical Assistance Grants (TAG) available for historic resources

The Preservation League of New York State is offering Technical Assistance Grants (TAG) up to $3000 for not-for-profits and municipalities to fund professional studies that will aid the preservation of New York’s cultural and historic resources.  Prospective applicants MUST first … Continue reading

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The Onondaga Creekwalk: Blossoming with the spring

It works. That’s the highest praise for any project in downtown Syracuse, and it certainly applies to the new Onondaga Creekwalk, a 2.6-mile greenway from Armory Square to Onondaga Lake. During Thursday’s lunch hour, dozens of walkers and joggers came … Continue reading

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The Kingston Land Trust Rail Trail Committee organizes cleanup of the Kingston Link Trail as part of Kingston Clean Sweep

The Kingston Land Trust Rail Trail Committee with support from Ulster Savings Bank, Central Hudson Gas and Electric, the Holiday Inn and Super 8 Motel will participate in the 3rd annual Kingston Clean-Sweep sponsored by Friends of Historic Kingston and the City … Continue reading

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Trail Tip: Location markers for first responders

Recently the City of Rochester installed GPS marker locations for 911 calls on the Genesee Riverway Trail, at Turning Point Park.  The “TP number” on the marker, seen here on the left, corresponds to a GPS location for the 911 … Continue reading

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