Brownfields: Ripe for Reform (March, 2015)

This is Environmental Advocates NY’s fourth analysis of tax incentives paid out to developers under the New York State Brownfield Cleanup Program. Brownfields cleanup should be a critical component of the…

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– Cuomo Budget Adopts Brownfields Reform

For Immediate Release: January 21, 2014Travis Proulx: 518-462-5526 x238Cuomo Budget Adopts Brownfields ReformStatement from Peter Iwanowicz, Executive Director“Few areas produce economic development more than robust and targeted investments in New…

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Andrew Postiglione was quoted in this article about the blight of brownfields across New York and how the state can make this a more effective program

A graffiti-covered building hulks over the end of Flint Street — a dilapidated monument on a blighted landscape in southwest Rochester's Plymouth-Exchange neighborhood. The building is part of the Vacuum…

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– Budget Lays Framework for Environmental Initiatives

This year’s state budget improves New York’s environment, particularly efforts on clean water infrastructure investments, brownfields reform, and protecting residents from the dangers of crude oil transshipment. For Immediate Release:…

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