In this commentary—featured on www.midhudsonnews.com in November of 2015—Scenic Hudson President Ned Sullivan urges Gov. Andrew Cuomo to pursue his "Reforming the Energy Vision" policies instead of unncecessary and expensive power transmission line upgrades:
HUDSON VALLEY, N.Y.—Adding to the far-reaching environmental and business expertise represented by the members of its Board of Directors, Scenic Hudson announces two new board members.
PSC’s own consultant predicts increased pollution and electricity prices if proposed power lines are built
Manna Jo Greene, Environmental Director, Clearwater, 845 807 1270, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Kiely, NRDC Strategic Communications Manager, 212 727 4592, or email@example.com
Cliff Weathers, Communications Director, Riverkeeper, 914 478 4501, Ext. 239, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jay Burgess, Director of Communications, Scenic Hudson, 845 473 4440, Ext. 222, or email@example.com
CAPITAL REGION/HUDSON VALLEY— The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today that, while some Superfund Site activities on the Hudson River will continue next summer, the agency has approved General Electric Co.’s (GE) plans to permanently remove and demobilize its massive dredging infrastructure. This approval comes just a few weeks after the public and other stakeholder groups were allowed to see the plan for the first time.
In this commentary—featured on www.midhudsonnews.com in October of 2015—Scenic Hudson President Ned Sullivan calls on listeners to speak out to public officials about the GE PCB cleanup and unnecessary transmission lines:
Collaboration between many local organizations makes available to the public a spectacular new section of Greenway Trail with Hudson River views and overlook area
HYDE PARK and STAATSBURG, N.Y.—Project partners and supporters—representatives of the Hyde Park Greenway Trail Committee; Town of Hyde Park; New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (State Parks); and Scenic Hudson—today held a ribbon cutting to mark the opening of a new section of the Hyde Park Greenway Trail.