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NY environmental groups urge $800M for water projects

Communities Need $12.7 Billion in State Aid to Protect Clean Water

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For Immediate Release: March 5, 2015 CONTACTS Riverkeeper: Cliff Weathers: 914-478-4501 x239 NYLCV Jordan Levine: 212-361-6350 x206 Environmental Advocates: Travis Proulx: 518-462-5526 x238 Adirondack Council: John Sheehan: 518-441-1340 Analysis highlights need for investment in drinking water and sewer systems Albany – A new analysis released today by a coalition of organizations shows that across New York State, communities have an immediate documented need for $12.7 billion in clean water funding – impacting every single county across the state. The Senate and Assembly are now preparing their budget proposals and we […] Learn More

Newburgh hears from pipeline opponents

DEC Taking Comments On Proposed PCB Remediation Plan

Riverkeeper renews call to tighten oil tanker car regs

West Virginia accident renews concerns over oil trains in NY

Environmental group steps up efforts to ban outdated crude oil-carrying trains

This Is What Water Democracy Looks Like

Sunnyside Federal Invites You to Meet Paul Gallay… the Hudson Riverkeeper

Call Repeated To ‘Stop The Oil Trains’