Stephen M. Saland's posts related to Energy

GOVERNOR CUOMO ANNOUNCES $785 MILLION IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUNDING THROUGH REGIONAL COUNCILS

Mid-Hudson Region (which includes Dutchess County) will receive $67 million and the Capital Region (which includes Columbia County) will receive $62.7 million in competitive grant monies earmarked for economic development and job creation.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that $785 million has been awarded through the Regional Economic Development Council initiative, continuing the Governor's efforts to redesign the way state government works in order to drive economic growth and create jobs.

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OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL UNVEILS YEAR-END REVIEW

Review Cites Progress For New York On Taxpayer Protection, Public Safety, Economic Justice, Public Integrity, Civil Rights & Environmental Protection

The Office of Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today issued an end-of-the-year review detailing many of its accomplishments in areas including public safety, economic justice, taxpayer protection, public integrity, civil rights and environmental protection.

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DEC EXTENDS HYDROFRACKING PUBLIC COMMENT - AGAIN

(11/30/11) - In an unexpected move, the Department of Environmental Conservation today extended the deadline of the public comment period for the proposed draft regulations for high-volume hydrofracking to Jan. 11 — essentially adding an extra month to the process.

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5/18/12 - Senator Saland attends today's press conference at Northwind Farms.

5/18/12 - Senator Saland attends today's press conference at Northwinds Farm.  Left to right:  Ben Traudt, Dutchess County legislator; David Bryne, Hudson Solar; Senator Steve Saland; County Executive Marc Molinaro; Rich Biezynski and Russell Biezynski, Northwind Farms; Art Collins, Dutchess Land Conservancy; Seth McKee, Scenic Hudson, with newly installed 28 KW solar array in background.