Last week USA Today highlighted several towns to experience public art and Syracuse was not on the list. Hopefully that will change because at last week’s outreach meeting the Connective Corridor staff reported that nearly 300 artists submitted proposals to enhance the cultural and business district. Also, more facade and lighting projects are coming.
And while we look forward to the aesthetic possibilities, we know it’s the day-to-day work that makes a difference. We caught up with construction manager Gregory Miller at the outreach meeting to talk about his role.