Posts Tagged ‘stormwater’

SUNY Green Infrastructure Summit

The State University of New York Green Infrastructure Summit will develop a more sophisticated understanding of green infrastructure throughout the SUNY system and state agencies, explore the opportun… Read More

N.Y. appeals stormwater ruling; judge backs Riverkeeper, Soundkeeper on stricter permits

Environmental Groups Win Big Victory for Clean Water in New York State

Court Rules for NRDC, Waterkeeper Alliance and Others: New York State’s Program to Stem Stormwater Pollution Declared Inadequate New York — Forty years after the passing of the Clean Water Act… Read More

Court Finds New York State’s Program to Stem Biggest Source of Water Pollution Too Lax

Riverkeeper Submits Comments on Poorly Sited Parking Garage

On June 1, 2011 Riverkeeper’s watershed team submitted comments to the Town of North Castle as lead agency for the DEIS for a proposed parking garage to be sited near the Westchester Airport and… Read More

RvK Uncovers Sewage Release that Spurs Investigation

A failing high-pressure sewer line in Tarrytown is responsible for dumping an estimated 19.5 million gallons of partially treated sewage into the Hudson River this year. The county owned pipe, which … Read More

Riverkeeper supports NYC Green Infrastructure

Riverkeeper lent its support to the new green infrastructure plan unveiled at a press conference held by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New York State Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner … Read More

RvK Testifies at NY State PSC Hearing on Con Edison’s Right-of-Way Practices

Clear-cutting detrimental to watershed and property values Last month, Riverkeeper testified at the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) hearing about comments we submitted concerning Con Ed… Read More

Hudson Valley leaders focus on river’s rejuvenation

Community Opposition Strong to Church Expansion

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