Onondaga Lake

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On′onda′ga Lake′

a salt lake in central New York, W of Syracuse. 5 sq. mi. (13 sq. km).
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This historic lawsuit sought to reclaim title--not in order to displace centuries of setders who have become neighbors--but for restoration of the environmental damage inflicted on the Onondaga homeland and for cleanup of the sacred Onondaga Lake, which had become the one of the most chemically polluted lakes in the country.
A day after dozens of local leaders took a ceremonial swim in Onondaga Lake, an official with the EPA isn't sold.
This was taken from the shores of Onondaga Lake in Syracuse.
Syracuse, NY, April 19, 2013 --(PR.com)-- News stories about the pollution and subsequent clean up of Syracuse's Onondaga Lake are numerous.
Roy said the projects include building a boat and kayak launching site at Onondaga Lake, improving fishing access to Nine Mile Creek and Onondaga Creek, beginning work to increase recreational opportunities at the reclaimed site and funding mitigation and research efforts.
The water pumped into Central New York would also flow back out into Onondaga Lake, which would help clean it up; Onondaga Lake is one of the most polluted lakes in the U.S.
A new cell site in the Baldwinsville area of Dwight Park improves service along the New York State Thruway, John Glenn Boulevard, Route 690 and the northern end of Onondaga Lake. Meanwhile a new site in the South Bay area of Oneida Lake improves service in the Lake Shore Country Club area and along Route 31 and a further site is situated in Henderson Harbor.
Construction management for ammonia/phosphorus removal project of Onondaga Lake cleanup program;
In addition the profiles of contaminant loss were different between a polluted site (Arthur Kill, New York) and clean site (Tuckerton, New Jersey) and between the estuarine Arthur Kill and freshwater Onondaga Lake (New York).
The two men travelled with him to a special council meeting on Onondaga Lake where representatives from the other nations had already begun to gather.
One of Congel's most successful projects is the decade-old Carousel Center, which has drawn patronage from far and wide even though it's built in Syracuse's decayed "Oil City" area, beside Onondaga Lake, one of America's polluted bodies of water.