Governor Cuomo was in Onondaga County today to try and kick start the western edge of Onondaga Lake.

Cuomo announced that the state is investigating at least 100 million dollars in new projects in the Solvay and Geddes area, including a 17 thousand seat amphitheater.

The plan also includes 30 million dollars in state funding to support other economic development, including infrastructure projects and to encourage new housing and business oppurtunities.

According to the Governor's office, the project will also include 10 million for new housing projects within the Village of Solvay, including five million for a new senior housing facility.

Two million dollars would also be targeted for the demolition of blighted properties in the village.

In other money being spent along the lakeshore, Cuomo says three million will be spent for the completion of the Onondaga Creekwalk, more money for water taxi's in the city's inner harbor and millions for ther reconstruction of Milton Avenue into Solvay.