Betty Little's posts related to Environment

Regional officials applaud Martens decision

Press-Republican


January 6, 2011

KIM SMITH DEDAM

RAY BROOK — North Country officials express confidence in the nomination of Joe Martens as commissioner of the Department of Environmental Conservation.Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo made the announcement Tuesday, and the reaction here was instant and accepting of a leader many consider thoughtful and capable of assimilating different points of view to garner consensus.

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ORDA director tapped to take over for DEC

 

 


Press-Republican


January 6, 2011


KIM SMITH DEDAM

Press-Republican

RAY BROOK — Joe Martens seemed a bit humbled by the breadth of North Country support for his nomination as Department of Environmental Conservation commissioner."I hope I live up to their expectations," he said.But his track record is marked with Adirondack achievement.

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Martens confirmed as DEC leader

March 9, 2011 - By MIKE LYNCH, Enterprise Outdoors Writer

The state Senate unanimously confirmed Joe Martens as the new commissioner of the state Department of Environmental Conservation Tuesday.

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EDITORIAL: Bills help people, don’t harm environment

Posted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011 8:34 pm

Often, it’s not the value of a piece of legislation, but the negative perception of that legislation, that prevents a good law from being passed.

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Senate moves APA commissioner confirmation forward

Press-Republican -- January 11, 2012

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Cuomo APA pick praised from all sides

JON ALEXANDER -jalexander@poststar.com | Posted: Tuesday, January 10, 2012 3:48 pm

"Balance" was on the tip of everyone's tongue Tuesday as the state Senate Environmental Conservation Committee unanimously approved Gov. Andrew Cuomo's recess appointment of Sherman Craig to the vacant resident seat on the Adirondack Park Agency Board of Commissioners.

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Senate panel OKs APA board pick

Craig still needs Finance Committee, full Senate approval

January 11, 2012

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Proposed law would help control invasive species

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April 16, 2012

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Senate approves legislation to combat invasive species

     The State Senate today gave final legislative approval to a bill (S.6826a) sponsored by Senator Betty Little that would restrict the sale, possession and importation of invasive species in an effort to combat a growing environmental and costly problem throughout New York. 

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