The City of Syracuse will conduct a Nuisance Abatement Hearing regarding the public nuisance at the Skyline Apartments at 753 James Street. The hearing is the next step in the City’s Nuisance Abatement Notice issued in March to require safety and security improvements by the building’s owners, Green Skyline.
Mayor Walsh is encouraging individuals who have been impacted by conditions at the 365-unit complex to submit testimony in writing or by attending the hearing. “Input from the public is an important part of this process. It will help ensure the property owner is held accountable and that conditions at the property are improved,” said Walsh.
In-person attendance will be permitted, and attendees will have the opportunity to testify under oath. Individuals can also submit a letter or a written “neighborhood impact statement” to: Skyline Apartments Nuisance Abatement Hearing, ATTN: Mayor Ben Walsh, City of Syracuse, 233 E. Washington Street, Syracuse, 13202.
Monday, May 10, 2021
Syracuse City Hall, Common Council Chambers, 233 E. Washington Street
Entrance to City Hall for participants and attendees at the hearing will be through the Market Street entrance (east side next to State Office Building). All persons attending must meet COVID-19 temperature and health requirements. Attendees must also have a proper face mask covering their mouth and nose at all times and maintain proper physical distancing from other participants and attendees while in City Hall.