Biography - John McAuliffe - Speaker for the event
John is Honeywell's Syracuse Program Director with responsibility for Honeywell activities being conducted for Onondaga Lake and associated sites and former Allied Signal properties. Special interests include the areas of environmental stewardship, and green remediation.
John is a lifelong resident of Central New York with over 25 years experience in environmental remediation and construction. He began his career as an Environmental Engineer with the consulting firm of O’Brien & Gere in Syracuse, NY. Subsequently, he was with Parsons in Liverpool, NY, for 17 years as a Project Manager and Vice President and NY Operations Manager. He has been with Honeywell for over 10 years. He is a Registered Professional Engineer with a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering and a Masters Degree in Environmental Engineering from Clarkson University.
Believe in Syracuse at the Onondaga Lake Cleanup Visitors Center
Thursday June 26th, 6PM - 8PM
At the Onondaga Lake Visitors Center
Join Believe in Syracuse for a night of networking while learning about the progress with Onondaga Lake. Honeywell is on schedule with the Onondaga Lake cleanup to be finished in 2016 with plans for dredging to be completed in 2014, a year ahead of schedule. Rebuilding natural habitat along the lake’s tributaries and southwestern shoreline is a vital ingredient to restoring this valuable community resource. Dozens of acres of wetlands have already been restored, allowing for the return of wildlife. Let's come together to celebrate the important progress that continues to be made.
This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided. John McAuliffe, the Syracuse Program Director in charge of the lake cleanup will be speaking to us about the clean up effort from 6:45 - 7:15. Come network with supporters of CNY and learn more about the cleanup work going on at Onondaga Lake.
TO ACCESS THE VISITORS CENTER: From Points West: Take I-690 East to Exit 7, turn left onto State Fair Boulevard, take the first left passing under I-690, drive straight toward the lake and follow signs to the Onondaga Lake Visitors Center. From Points East: Take I-690 West to Exit 7, turn right at the off ramp and follow signs to the Onondaga Lake Visitors Center. (Here's a map)
Here's a map of the location of the Onondaga Lake Cleanup Visitor Center: