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MAXCNY Lunch with Deputy County Executive for Human Services

Syracuse University Warehouse

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MAXCNY Lunch and Lecture Series 2011 Maxwell Central New York Alumni (MAXCNY) presents its first lecture of the Spring 2011 semester and we invite all CNY Alumni to hear: City of Syracuse and County of Onondaga Cooperation in the Coming Year Featuring Ann Rooney Deputy County Executive for Human Services, Onondaga County Tuesday, February 7th, 2011 12:00 to 1:30 pm The Syracuse University Warehouse The Warehouse, Suite 405 350 West Fayette Street Syracuse, NY 13244-3050 RSVP to no later than Friday, February 4th , 5:00 pm Lunch is $12 payable at the door by cash or check (made out to MAXCNY) Students are welcome to attend at half price, see transportation options below SAVE the DATES for our remaining Spring 2011 Lecture Series: Tuesday, March 8th Theme will be on the January 2011 Uprising in Tunisia and what it may mean for other Arab nations Speaker to be announced Monday, April 4th Robert Simpson, President (MPA, Maxwell School) CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity (CEO) 572 South Salina Street Syracuse, NY 13202 Tuesday, May 10th Leonard E. Burman Daniel Patrick Moynihan Professor of Public Affairs Professor of Practice, Public Administration and Economics Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1985 Federal tax policy, health care, budget reform And John L. Palmer University Professor and Dean Emeritus Ph.D., Stanford University, 1971 Public policy, public management, public finance, U.S. and comparative social policy, Medicare and Social Security Alumni and students are welcome to bring guests to the MAXCNY lectures. We see it as an opportunity to showcase the Maxwell faculty and other prominent area residents who are involved locally in decision-making on important public issues. Student transportation to and from the Warehouse is available via the Connective Corridor Bus Service. Printed bus schedules are available where Centro schedules are distributed (Library, Schine, & the Public Safety Building). Students can also email Norma Shannon at to see if a ride share can be arranged There is plenty of available parking. Listed below are the available options for public parking around The Warehouse: Warehouse Public Parking Map (public parking highlighted in red on the map) (1) The Washington Street Garage, located across the street from The Warehouse on the Washington Street side, offers parking. The garage is open Monday through Friday from 6am to 10pm – fees are posted at the entrance. (2) Just to the east of the Washington Street Garage is a surface lot facing Franklin Street, managed by Allright. It is not attended but it has a ticket machine that accepts cash or credit cards. The lot has daily, evening, and weekend rates. Please visit the lot for the current rates. (3) A second lot managed by Allright is at the corner of Franklin and West Fayette Streets. This lot offers an "early bird" rate valid all day for vehicles parking before 9am. For cars arriving after 9am there is an all day rate. This lot also has a ticket machine that accepts cash or credit cards. A monthly permit can be obtained following the same procedure as the Franklin Street lot. (4) The Warehouse East and West lots are for SU faculty and staff permit holders only.

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