Cornell wishes Town of Ithaca a happy 200th
By Kate Supron
Cornell Vice President for University Relations Joel Malina congratulated the Town of Ithaca for its upcoming bicentennial on behalf of President Martha E. Pollack at the Town Board meeting Monday, March 8.
The Cornell Botanic Gardens, Orchards, College of Veterinary Medicine, and Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS) are a few of the university’s important campus resources located in the town. Pollack’s remarks also highlighted key town-based projects, including Lake Source Cooling and Earth Source Heat, while noting the Town of Ithaca is home to thousands of students, faculty and staff.
Pollack’s letter is available on the Community Relations website.