Syracuse Area Elected Officials and Advocates Gather to Highlight Environmental Rights Amendment


Proposal 2 would amend NYS Constitution to give New Yorkers a right to clean air, clean water, and a healthful environment 

Syracuse, NY – With just 2 days before early voting starts in New York, tomorrow, local elected officials and advocates will gather to highlight a state constitutional amendment that would give all New Yorkers a right to clean air and water (Proposal 2).

Thursday, October 21st @ 5:00pm
Syracuse, Onondaga Lake Park, near the Salt Museum

Scheduled to attend :

  • Rachel May, Senator 53rd District
  • John Mannion, Senator 50th District
  • Representative of Al Stirpe, Assembly Member 127th
  • Representative of Pamela Hunter, Assembly Member 128th
  • Kate Kurera, Deputy Director of Environmental Advocates NY
  • Lanessa Chaplin, Assistant Director of Education Policy Center, New York Civil Liberties Union
  • Tamikio Gallishaw, Member, 1199SEIU
  • Lindsay Speer, Director of Community Programs, Alliance for a Green Economy