Centerstate CEO President Links Onondaga Lake's Troubled Past to "Pervasive Pessimism" in CNY
Posted on April 27, 2017
Onondaga Lake marked a major milestone this week when dredging and capping operations were declared complete. As recently as 15 years ago, and as far back as a century, many felt the lake and its habitat would never be restored after decades of industrial pollution. Centerstate CEO President Rob Simpson says that cynicism has persisted as a metaphor for the region on several fronts.
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