For those wondering if efforts to bring a Las Vegas-style casino to the Catskills in New York is still in the cards, the answer is unfortunately “yes” – depending on what comes next.
By now, casino-watchers have learned that in Februa… Continue reading →
As we head into the new year – with a new governor and a chance to get the state’s budget back on track – I’ve been reflecting on the past year in Albany: the good, the bad and the somewhere in between. After all, the best resol… Continue reading →
Alexander “Pete” Grannis, the former Commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation who was fired yesterday by Governor David Paterson, has been a friend of New York’s environment for more than 40 years.
A… Continue reading →
If you follow legislation pertaining to electronic waste, you probably receive a new alert as often as you do a load of laundry. From producer responsibility take-back programs to advance recovery fees, electronic waste is an ever increasing issue in public policy.
When New York Governor David Paterson signed into law the Electronic Equipment Recycling and [...] Continue reading →