paydayloans

Posts Tagged ‘Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney’

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, August 10th, 2017
Before she was elected, Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney visited Old School Sunday with Dr. Rick Wright (Power 620 AM)

Before she was elected, Onondaga County Executive, Joanie Mahoney visited Old School Sunday with Dr. Rick Wright (Power 620 AM). She was running for mayor during this particular visit.

Onondaga County: Doing Less with Less

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney, who has always been a politician who has had a commitment to collaboration, gave her State of the County address yesterday at the Civic Center, and said although the country is healthy and strong she is still striving for a smaller, less expensive government.

Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney, who has historically been a politician commitment to collaboration, gave her State of the County address yesterday at the Civic Center. Mahoney said although the County is healthy and strong, she is still striving for a smaller, less expensive government.

Jazz Is…Negotiation

Wednesday, September 21st, 2016
Frank Malfitano and Joanie Mahoney: Building Consensus

Frank Malfitano and Joanie Mahoney: Building Consensus

This week we heard rumors that The Syracuse Jazz Fest may have to move to the Lakeview Amphitheater; we also heard if it did not move, funding may be withheld. Well, Jazz Fest Producer Frank Malfitano and Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney appeared at a press conference this afternoon to set the record straight. Their mutual admiration was evident from the start, and if this kind of cooperation is wrong, none of us should wanna be right.

To hear a clip of the press conference, including Malfitano’s comments on why he chooses to keep Jazz Fest on Onondaga Hill (for now), and what the college means to him, click the sound file.

The event, which was held at the historic Second Olivet Missionary Baptist Church, was attended by politicians, local musicians, concerned concert goers, and members of the media.

Week in Review: Complete Street

Sunday, October 18th, 2015
Connective Corridor

U.S. Department of Transportation Division Manager Peter Osborn, Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney, Senator Charles Schumer (D–N.Y.) and Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner showed off the final pave stones to join the completed phases of the Connective Corridor during a public meeting on Wednesday. The event was held at the CNY Philanthropy Center on East Fayette Street.

For more information about the Corridor project, click here.

Syracuse Architectural Digest: Court Appearance

Monday, August 17th, 2015
blockparty-marteenjonie

Maarten Jacobs, director of the Near Westside Initiative, presented a signed soccer ball to Onondaga County Executive Joanie for her support of the project.

On Thursday a renovated soccer box court was dedicated at Skiddy Park. The event, which was attended by SU officials, politicians and players from the Syracuse Silver Knights, also coincided with the Multicultural Block Party celebration.

soccerboxcourt1

Got next?

Dixieland

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
Outgoing National Action Network Director Walt Dixie called a meeting this afternoon to announce he was supporting Joanie Mahoney, CNY's "big tent" republican for County Executive. Mahoney is seeking her second re-election to the post.

Outgoing National Action Network Director Walt Dixie called a meeting this afternoon to announce he was supporting Joanie Mahoney, CNY’s “big tent” republican for County Executive. Mahoney is seeking her second re-election to the post.

Throwback Thursday: Influence

Thursday, October 24th, 2013
Joanie Mahoney, politician

Joanie Mahoney, politician

We read a story this week that County Executive Joanie Mahoney is being talked about as a candidate for Lt. Governor for New York.  She is pictured her from almost 10 years ago during a candidate forum held at the Galleries on South Salina Street.

Throwback Thursday: Power Spot

Thursday, June 6th, 2013
Joanie Mahoney and Pat Hogan on Tip Hill back in the day.

Joanie Mahoney and Pat Hogan talk on Tipperary Hill back in the day.

Clean up Man?

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011
Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks at Onondaga Community College (OCC)

Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks at Onondaga Community College (OCC)

On the Syracuse stop for his “People First” campaign/tour at Onondaga Community College (OCC),  Gov. Andrew Cuomo touted the success of his initial 100 days in office. He said he will continue in his quest to bring ethical reform to the Empire State, along with economic stability (via property tax cap) and social progress (via marriage equality).

Meanwhile opponents of same-sex marriage say they will fight attempts at marriage equity legislation.

Governor Cuomo at OCC

Barrie Gewanter talks with Gov. Cuomo after his speech

To see Governor Cuomo’s speech, click here.

Jazz for a Sunday Afternoon

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010
Dave Mann, Will Lee and Chris Parker

Dave Mann, Will Lee and Chris Parker

The 28th Annual Syracuse Jazz Fest took place again at Onondaga Community College last weekend. I got cover the final day, which featured Natalie Cole, Toph-E, Sheryl Bailey, and Michael Kaeshammer. One fan I spoke with said the Friday night Jam Session was the best set he’d seen at this particular event (he’s been attending for over 20 years).

Michael Kaeshammer and Marc Roberts (The Canadian Connection)

Michael Kaeshammer and Marc Roberts

Other artists who performed on days one and two of the festival (who I missed) included Gil Scott Heron, Boz Scaggs and Jeff Lorber.

It was also good to see, photograph and talk with piano tuner Kenneth Williams.  According to Jazz Fest Producer Festival Frank Malfitano: “[Williams] is the best in the business and a very dear friend of the festival, he’s indespensable.”

Natelie Cole

Natelie Cole

To see more photographs of Syracuse Jazz Fest, Day 3, click here.