ALBANY- Senator Nozzolio congratulates Clarkson University senior David Pannucci of Seneca Falls on being invited to exhibit his renewable energy project at the State Capitol as part of the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute’s “Greening Your Campus” event. The “Greening Your Campus” initiative showcases the innovations of our State’s future leaders in green technology in solving real-world environmental challenges.
Owasco Lake is one of our region’s most unique and magnificent natural resources. Owasco Lake not only provides drinking water for the City of Auburn and the dozens of villages and towns in our region, it also fuels our local economy and plays a critical role in our job producing tourism industry. That is why protecting Owasco Lake continues to be a top priority for me.
Low Cost Power Will Help Create and Retain Hundreds of Jobs Across the Region
State Senator Mike Nozzolio today announced that nearly 50 private sector employers and not-for-profit organizations across the Greater Finger Lakes Region will receive lower cost power allocations under the ReCharge New York (RNY) program. ReCharge New York is a major statewide initiative that Senator Nozzolio worked with Governor Cuomo to establish that will retain and create jobs by making low-cost power available to New York State employers and manufacturers.
ALBANY- Senator Nozzolio met recently with State Department of Agriculture Commissioner Darrel Aubertine to discuss initiatives to promote our State’s farms and winemakers, including the new Viticulture Center project at the New York State Agriculture and Food Technology Park in Geneva. Senator Nozzolio worked with Governor Cuomo to secure funding in the State Budget to help Finger Lakes Community College expand its groundbreaking Viticulture and Wine Technology program at the Ag-Tech Park.
Thank you for your participation in the New York State Senate’s Earth Day Poster Contest. I enjoyed looking at all of the artwork submitted by students from around our region and congratulate you for your efforts to help raise awareness about the need to protect and preserve our environment.
I am pleased to announce that the winner of the 2012 Earth Day Poster Contest from my District is: