Cayuga Lake


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Cayuga Lake

A lake of west-central New York. The longest of the Finger Lakes, it is a popular resort area.

Cayu′ga Lake′


n.
a lake in central New York: one of the Finger Lakes. 40 mi. (64 km) long.
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Noun1.Cayuga Lake - a glacial lake in central New York; the longest of the Finger Lakes
Finger Lakes - a geographical area in central New York State that is named for a series of narrow glacial lakes that lie parallel in a north-south direction
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10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Seneca County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) today approved the formal Invitation for Bids for prospective buyers of the approximately 7,000-acre former Seneca Army Depot, a former World War II ordnance depot located between Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake in the heart of the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York.
NY Work will provide $300,000 for a total facility reconstruction of the Mud-Lock boat launch located on the North Shore of Cayuga Lake.
That's especially true in the City of Ithaca on the tip of Cayuga Lake and home to a number of colleges, among them Cornell.
The William Henry Miller Inn is located at 303 North Aurora at East Buffalo and is in close proximity to downtown Ithaca, Cornell University, Ithaca College and Cayuga Lake.
Her position polarized residents in this mostly rural town of about 1,900 residents on the east side of Cayuga Lake.
The Cayuga homeland lay in the Finger Lakes region along Cayuga Lake.
They learned about lake issues by setting sail on the "Floating Classroom" on Cayuga Lake and touring Cornell's Lake Source Cooling facility; about energy while visiting a home in Berkshire, New York, that generates its own power; and about waste and recycling while visiting the Cornell composting facility.
We also stopped for some amazing tastings of hard ciders at the Bellwether Cidery on Cayuga Lake (http://www.
Cornell University has been taking advantage of its position on the shores of Cayuga Lake since July 2000 by using Lake Source Cooling for air conditioning on campus.