No, not a location suggestion for the next SDSS-III collaboration meeting but an observation by SDSS-III scientist Eyal Kazin (NYU) who was shocked to encounter the SDSS at the Stefanik Observatory on a recent trip to visit friends. He writes:
They display astronomy in general, and cosmology in particular, and I was very happy to see that SDSS is recognized in association with galaxy mapping. I just wanted to share with you the photo I took. You can see the 2.5m telescope, as well as a pie chart created, I believe, by Michael Blanton, as well as the Sloan-Great wall.