Palisades Institute to Host New NY Bridge Update

2:27PM April 24, 2014 http://newnybridgegallery.com/webcam.php
2:27PM April 24, 2014 http://newnybridgegallery.com/webcam.php
The Palisades Institute will hold a breakfast forum April 30 on "The New NY Bridge: Its Impact on Communities Near and Far - Short Term Challenges and Long Term Benefits."

Brian Conybeare, Special Advisor to the Governor of New York for the New NY Bridge Project, will discuss updated design plans, the project timetable through completion, subcontracting opportunities for local businesses, and other employment opportunities.

A continental breakfast will be served starting at 8 a.m. The interactive forum, in the Lawrence Room of Rosary Hall, will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. and end promptly at 10 a.m. The cost is $25.00 and registration is required. 

Free parking is available by entering the campus on the west side of Western Highway just north of Mountainview Avenue in Orangeburg, NY.
The aim of the Palisades Institute of Dominican College is to assist leaders in advancing their organizations and supporting long-term success.

Providing professional development and information that integrate the concepts of Leadership, Quality, and Ethics, The Palisades Institute 
serves the regional interests of corporations, small businesses, the non-profit community, and the government sector. The Institute also aims to serve Dominican College students by fostering their participation in these interactive educational opportunities.

For more information or to register for this event please call (845) 848-7806 or visit http://www.palisadesinstitute.org.
Kevin Barry April 24, 2014 at 11:47 PM
$25.00 for a continental breakfast and an hour and a half of Coneybeare telling you what is going on with the bridge. What's the big attraction? Oh yes, c scott vanderhoef is the co-chair of this think tank. Leave it to Scotty to bleed people out of their hard earned money as he pontificates to them. Folk's, the Cartoon Network has a more interesting lineup between 8-10. Save your money. You might even have a laugh.


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