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“F.O.C.U.S. ON BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY: RENEWING THE PROMISE OF SYRACUSE WITH MAYOR MINER’S 50 POINT PLAN”

PRESENTER: MAYOR STEPHANIE MINER

F.O.C.U.S.
Forging Our Community’s United Strength

FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 2010
7:30 A.M. – 8::45 A.M.
CITY HALL COMMONS
1st floor Atrium – Sustainable Showcase
201 E. WASHINGTON ST.

“During her campaign for Mayor, Stephanie Miner made a commitment to improve the quality of life in the City of Syracuse by developing and implementing progressive policies steeped in innovation, transparency, community engagement, and a zeal for bold, equitable leadership that provides 21st Century responses to Syracuse’s 21st Century challenges and opportunities”. (from Mayoral Transition Team Report).

The 50 Point Plan is the road map on how Mayor Miner will advance sustainability in the City.

Mayor’s Biography

Stephanie A. Miner is the 53rd Mayor of the City of Syracuse, elected to a four-year term beginning January 1, 2010. She was born in Syracuse and was raised in a family of five children in Central New York. After graduating from Syracuse University in 1992, Stephanie served as a regional representative for then-Governor Mario Cuomo. In 1999, Stephanie received her J.D. from SUNY Buffalo and joined the law firm of Blitman & King, specializing in labor law, employment law and the Employment Retirement Income Security Act. She became a partner at Blitman & King in 2005.

Stephanie was elected Common Councilor-at-Large in 2001 and re-elected in 2005. She chaired the Council’s Education and Human Development Committee in 2008 and 2009, and was chair of the Finance Committee from 2002 to 2007. Stephanie drafted, co-sponsored, and helped pass the Say Yes to Education legislation that provided $1 million for the program. She has advocated for day care initiatives, childcare initiatives and pre-kindergarten funding. In 2009, Stephanie co-sponsored legislation that provided $250,000 to the Syracuse City School District to provide funding for additional Pre-K spots. Stephanie is a former board member of the Onondaga County Child Care Council, the United Way and the Redhouse. Stephanie and her husband Jack make their home on the city’s east side.

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