Michael J. Bosak

Architect & Civic Leader

Mr Bosak is long-time resident and has been a lifelong advocate for the City of Utica. Bosak has worked in the fields of Urban Planning architecture, construction, and affordable housing for nearly 40-years., becoming a Registered Architect in 1994. Early in his career, he worked four years for the City of Utica in the Engineering and Urban and Economic Development Departments. Bosak has been a Trustee of the Landmarks Society of Greater Utica for 23 years, was its longest-serving President (Almost 9-yrs) and is currently Vice-President. He proudly served on the City of Utica's Master Plan Committee. Mr. Bosak has a long history of involvement in the environmental, historic preservation, and universal design/accessibility for persons with disabilities fields.


February 5, 2018 - Utica Hospital Wrongs & Rights

December 7, 2017 - Case Against A Downtown Hospital

Please Read: Why We Oppose The Downtown Utica Hospital Concept. Then consider all the advantages of the 64-acre St. Luke's Campus, and next all the Community Voices Opposing The Downtown Concept.

No Studies, No Reports, thus we remain #NoHospitalDowntown