SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — A series of public town halls regarding Micron Technology will invest $100 billion to build a state-of-the-art facility in Onondaga County, County Executive Ryan McMahon announced.

The event will take place at Clay Town Hall, on October 24 at 6 p.m.

“I have committed to making sure that every corner of every neighborhood, village, and the town feels the tremendously positive impact that Micron’s investment will have for Onondaga County and Central York,” said McMahon. “Critical to that effort is ensuring we engage directly with the community to share exactly what this investment means and also hear what thoughts and ideas they have as we welcome Micron to our community.”

Back on October 4, when Micron was first announced, McMahon agreed to carry out holding town halls with the community to keep them in the loop about what this Micron investment would turn into, and how it will be affecting Central New York.

Micron could bring workforce development, housing, and infrastructure.

Future town halls will be held and details will be announced when confirmed.

To find out more about Micron Technology, take a look at their website.