Town Hall is part of Commitment from County Executive McMahon to Engage Community
Syracuse, N.Y. – County Executive J. Ryan McMahon, II today announced the first of a series of public town halls regarding the recent commitment from Micron Technology to invest $100 billion to build a state-of-the-art semiconductor facility in Onondaga County. It will take place at Clay Town Hall on Monday, October 24th at 6 PM.
Onondaga County Executive McMahon said, “I have committed to making sure that every corner of every neighborhood, village, and town feels the tremendously positive impact that Micron’s investment will have for Onondaga County and Central York.” McMahon continued, “Critical to that effort is ensuring we engage directly with the community to share exactly what this investment means and also hear what thoughts and ideas they have as we welcome Micron to our community.”
When Micron first announced they would make their historic investment on October 4th, County Executive McMahon committed to holding town halls with the community at large to discuss what the investment from Micron would mean for Central New York, as well as the commitments that have been made to invest in, but not exclusive to, workforce development, housing and infrastructure. Future town halls will be held and details will be announced when confirmed.