Posts Tagged ‘New York City’

‘Seaport City’ would bury East River fish

The Hudson River flows both ways. So too does the history of New York City development proposals. Last week it was reported that the de Blasio administration is considering Seaport City, a project tha… Read More

Riverkeeper lights up NYC

As the sun set on Wednesday, April 13, the Empire State Building was lit in Riverkeeper’s colors — blue, green and deep blue — to help celebrate our half century of defending New York’… Read More

The New York Conference on Water

Hear Hudson Riverkeeper Paul Gallay and other panelests discuss “New York’s Drinking Supply: Wastewater and Waterways, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” at the New York Conference on Wa… Read More

S.W.I.M. Coalition Honors Carter Strickland

The S.W.I.M. Coalition will honor Carter Strickland, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection in the Bloomberg Administration, for his visionary leadership advancing NY… Read More

Newtown Creek: The Unseen Stream That Keeps New York City Flowing

Ulster Co. Ex. Mike Hein Urges Citizens to Attend Public Meeting

Editorial: So, how’s the water?

Reservoir pact between NY state, NYC draws criticism from local leaders (with complete announcement from state)

Require sewer operators to alert the public of overflows

Official: NYC like ‘occupying nation’ in watershed

Tell Gov. Hochul to block invasive species at the Erie and Champlain canals
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