Monthly Archives: February 2005

Investors Target Syracuse Real-Estate Market

The Central New York Business Journal SYRACUSE — Out-of-town, real-estate investors are looking to Syracuse for lucrative income properties and are finding bargains. For 10 years, Syracuse has been the fifth most undervalued property market in the country, according to …

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Windmills need Fenner Town Board approval

Windmills need town planning board approval On Feb. 8, the Fenner Town Board approved a zone change for developer David Senehi’s private windmill project on Cody Road. Before construction can start, however, Senehi needs a special-use permit from the town …

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Asbestos work in DeWitt to be done over

A Syracuse company accused of illegal asbestos cleanup at a city apartment complex has to go back and finish the job properly and conduct a new cleanup at a DeWitt complex it manages, order treatment state officials say. Longley-Jones Management …

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NY tops in diesel pollution death

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Syracuse Home Prices Undervalued

CNN/Money: Top housing markets Houses in Syracuse on average sold for 16 percent less than their fair value. These were the conclusions of study by Richard DeKaser, pill chief economist for National City Corp., who ranked 99 major real estate …

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DEC reclassifies Emerson Power Transmission factory cleanup site

DEC alters posture on Emerson ITHACA—The Department of Environmental Conservation has reclassified the as a ‘significant threat to the environment.’ The DEC changed the site from a Class 4—a site that has been properly closed but requires continued maintenance and/or …

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Pollution, fetal changes linked in study – Pollution, buy fetal changes linked in study – Feb 16, 2005 Wednesday, February 16, 2005 Posted: 10:45 AM EST (1545 GMT) NEW YORK (AP)—A study of New York City newborns suggests that prenatal exposure to air pollution may …

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Oneida Nation Emerges as Top Employer in CNY

The first of a multi-part independent analysis conducted by the Upstate Institute at Colgate University reports some interesting findings on the economic impact of the Nation on the Central New York economy. The complete report can be found here. Since …

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A Compendium of On-Line Soil Survey Information

An attempt to bring together all the on-line information on soil survey activities, institutions, datasets, research, and teaching materials world-wide.

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New York Geology Resource Forum

A source for information related to the geology and geologic information providers of New York State.

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