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8:42 am
Thu April 24, 2014

Conference focuses on future storm prep

Governor Cuomo gathered local leaders from around the state to talk about reaction to past storms, and to plan for the next ones.
 
Cuomo invited government leaders from Long Island, the North Country, Central New York and other locales who experienced damage from Hurricanes Irene, Lee and Sandy. They gathered to praise their past efforts to react to the storms, and to report on steps they are taking to prepare for future disastrous weather events.
 

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Health & Environment
1:08 pm
Fri April 18, 2014

Documents show fracking health study on-going, group claims

Documents obtained by a group opposed to hydrofracking show that the Cuomo Administration’s is conducting a thorough and comprehensive health study on the controversial natural gas drilling process. The Finger Lakes based organization is wondering, why then, the review has been conducted almost entirely in secret.

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Health & Environment
9:45 am
Wed April 16, 2014

Groups call growing oil shipments in NY Cuomo's "keystone" moment

National environmental groups are trying to focus the spotlight on Governor Andrew Cuomo, over the issue of the growing international oil distribution center, located just blocks from the State Capitol, at the Port of Albany.   

A small band of demonstrators chanted and held signs to protest a confluence of events that has turned upstate New York into a major center for oil distribution.

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Health & Environment
11:00 am
Fri March 28, 2014

Mute Swans: Friend or foe?

Could it be the swan song for what was once the international symbol of world peace? 

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Health & Environment
8:48 am
Mon March 3, 2014

Crude oil concerns at the Port of Albany

Call it a case of David vs Goliath. A fortune 500 oil company sets up shop at the Port of Albany and inside of a decade request the Department of Environmental Conservation to allow them to ‘modify’ their air quality permit. The changes go largely unnoticed until community members of Albany’s South End get wind of the project at the 11th hour, forcing the DEC to hold a public comment meeting.

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