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Brian U. Stratton

Director

New York State Canal Corporation

HQ Phone:  (518) 436-2700

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New York State Canal Corporation

200 Southern Blvd

Albany, New York,12209

United States

Company Description

The event is sponsored annually by the Town of Waterford and the Waterford Maritime Historical Society, in addition to many generous corporate sponsors. Usually held the weekend after Labor Day, the festival has grown steadily and attracts approximately 25,000... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

Erie Canal


Mayor

The Schenectady Foundation Inc


Affiliations

New York League of Conservation Voters

Board Member


STRIDE Inc

Honorary Board Member


International Mayors for Peace

Member


Clinton

Alternate Delegate


Think Green Committee

Founder


New York

Economic Development and Small Business Liaison To the State Senate Minority Leader


Economic Development Steering Committee

and Small Business Liaison To the State Senate Minority Leader


Education

State University College of New York


B.A.

State University of New York at Oswego


Bachelor of Arts Degree

SUNY Oswego


MBA


Web References(191 Total References)


DEMOLITION MARKS PROGRESS FOR HARBOR POINT PROJECT

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New York State Canal Corp Director Brian Stratton stated, "Nearly 200 years ago, the Erie Canal transformed a young nation and made New York the Empire State.


East Niagara Post: Open for travel: Canal, bike path opened

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Director Brian U. Stratton discusses the upcoming boating -- and
biking -- seasons along the Erie Canal. New York State Canal Corporation Director Brian U. Stratton said, "Each year, our iconic Canal system draws scores of visitors from all over the world to travel along America's most storied manmade waterway and to enjoy walking, biking, and fishing along its banks. Labels:Anne McCaffrey,Brian Stratton,Economic Development,Erie Canal,Kathy Hochul,Lockport,Mark Crocker,Rob Ortt


East Niagara Post: April 2016

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Director Brian U. Stratton discusses the upcoming boating -- and
biking -- seasons along the Erie Canal. New York State Canal Corporation Director Brian U. Stratton said, "Each year, our iconic Canal system draws scores of visitors from all over the world to travel along America's most storied manmade waterway and to enjoy walking, biking, and fishing along its banks. Labels:Anne McCaffrey,Brian Stratton,Economic Development,Erie Canal,Kathy Hochul,Lockport,Mark Crocker,Rob Ortt | 0 comments


Canal Society of New York State

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Speakers | Brian U. Stratton, | Bob Radliff, | Valerie Knoblauch, | Thomas X. Grasso, | Clinton Brown, | John DiMura, | Greg Johnson, | Howard Goebel, | John Robinson, | Robert Gioia, | Donald Nims, | Gavin Landry, | Bill Miles | Karl Beard, | Duncan Hay, | Michael Bopp, | Meg Vanek, | Chris Lajewski,
Brian U. Stratton Director of Canals Brian U. Stratton was appointed Director of the New York State Canal Corporation in April 2011, to oversee the operation and development of New York's 524-mile Canal System, including the historic Erie Canal. He was appointed at the recommendation of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, and serves as a member of the Governor's Cabinet. Prior to joining the Canal Corporation Mr. Stratton was elected Mayor of the City of Schenectady on November 7, 2003, and re-elected to a second term in 2007. During his tenure, Mayor Stratton successfully identified and corrected the City's serious inherited financial problems, returning Schenectady's municipal credit rating from the lowest in New York State to investment grade, including a sustained A- rating by Standard & Poor's. During his seven years as mayor, he worked with local leaders to attract more than $300 million in new private investment in the City of Schenectady, creating and retaining more than 2,000 jobs. As Mayor, Mr. Stratton also served from 2009-2011 as Co-Chair of the United States Conference of Mayors Water Council, leading mayors of more than 300 American cities in the discussion and national policy formation of issues impacting how cities provide safe and affordable water and wastewater services. His numerous awards include the National Association of Government Accountants (AGA) Distinguished Local Government Leadership Award in 2009 and the AGA New York Chapter Outstanding Achievement Award in 2008. Mr. Stratton received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from SUNY Oswego in 1980.


Speaker Bios - NYSTIA

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Brian U. Stratton
Director of Canals New York State Canal Corporation Brian U. Stratton was appointed Director of the New York State Canal Corporation by Governor Andrew Cuomo in April 2011. Mr. Stratton has also overseen the completion of a new economic impact study showing that, in addition to tourism, the Canal System contributes to nearly $6.3 billion in annual economic activity among nine specific non-tourism industrial sectors that depend upon Canal water. These include hydropower generation facilities, drinking water, quarrying and mining operations, and commercial shipping. Brian Stratton has also launched preparations for the Erie Canal Bicentennial Celebration (1817 - 2017), including working with the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor and the Syracuse Convention and Visitor's Bureau to win the bid to bring the World Canal Conference in Syracuse in 2017. This year, the New York State Barge Canal was named to both the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places. Prior to his appointment to the Canal Corporation, Mr. Stratton was twice elected Mayor of the City of Schenectady, serving from 2004 to 2011.


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