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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 9 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo 607 351 7478 Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement on Governor s NY Sun Investment Statement from Susan Zimet New Paltz Town Supervisor on behalf of Elected Officials to Protect NY a bipartisan group of 750 local elected officials from all 62 New York counties In response to the news today that Governor Cuomo awarded 54 million to fund large scale solar projects across New York State New Paltz Town Supervisor Susan Zimet said On behalf of the Town of New Paltz and Elected Officials to Protect New York representing 750 local elected officials from Read More Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement about NYS Assembly Fracking Moratorium Post Date March 06 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share For Immediate Release March 6 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo dominic frongillo gmail com 607 351 7478 Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement about NYS Assembly Fracking Moratorium Statement by Dominic Frongillo Town of Caroline Deputy Supervisor on behalf of Elected Officials to Protect New York Representing more than 600 local elected officials from every county in New York State Elected Officials to Protect New York applauds the New York State Assembly for its leadership on a moratorium on fracking in order that the health impacts can be adequately considered prior to a decision whether to allow fracking Read More Elected Officials to Protect NY Declares Fracking a New Unfunded Mandate Post Date February 06 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 6 2013 Contact Martha Robertson 607 592 3119 mrobertson tompkins co org Word Document of the Release Elected Officials to Protect NY Declares Fracking a New Unfunded Mandate Electeds Officials Cite Fracking as Unfunded Mandate Reveal Communications with the Governor s Office and DEC Deliver Letter to Governor Cuomo Discrediting Speculated Ten to Forty Well Demonstration Project Albany On the heels of a statement from the New York State Association of Counties calling fracking a new mandate and questioning how fracking will impact municipal budgets Elected Officials to Protect Read More Rochester City Councilmembers and Local Officials among 600 Elected Officials Raising Concerns about True Costs of Fracking Post Date February 04 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share For Immediate Release Press Release for February 4 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo 607 351 7478 Dominic Frongillo gmail com Rochester City Councilmembers and Local Officials among 600 Elected Officials Raising Concerns about True Costs of Fracking As Fracking Deadline Closes In Elected Officials to Protect New York Hold Press Conference Detailing True Costs of Fracking and Calling on Governor Cuomo for Transparency Rochester On Monday February 4 at 12 00 PM Rochester City Councilmembers and other members of Elected Officials to Protect New York EOPNY held a press conference which included Rochester City Councilmember Matt Haag Rochester City Councilmember Elaine Spaull Rochester City Read

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 9 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo 607 351 7478 Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement on Governor s NY Sun Investment Statement from Susan Zimet New Paltz Town Supervisor on behalf of Elected Officials to Protect NY a bipartisan group of 750 local elected officials from all 62 New York counties In response to the news today that Governor Cuomo awarded 54 million to fund large scale solar projects across New York State New Paltz Town Supervisor Susan Zimet said On behalf of the Town of New Paltz and Elected Officials to Protect New York representing 750 local elected officials from Read More Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement about NYS Assembly Fracking Moratorium Post Date March 06 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share For Immediate Release March 6 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo dominic frongillo gmail com 607 351 7478 Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement about NYS Assembly Fracking Moratorium Statement by Dominic Frongillo Town of Caroline Deputy Supervisor on behalf of Elected Officials to Protect New York Representing more than 600 local elected officials from every county in New York State Elected Officials to Protect New York applauds the New York State Assembly for its leadership on a moratorium on fracking in order that the health impacts can be adequately considered prior to a decision whether to allow fracking Read More Elected Officials to Protect NY Declares Fracking a New Unfunded Mandate Post Date February 06 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 6 2013 Contact Martha Robertson 607 592 3119 mrobertson tompkins co org Word Document of the Release Elected Officials to Protect NY Declares Fracking a New Unfunded Mandate Electeds Officials Cite Fracking as Unfunded Mandate Reveal Communications with the Governor s Office and DEC Deliver Letter to Governor Cuomo Discrediting Speculated Ten to Forty Well Demonstration Project Albany On the heels of a statement from the New York State Association of Counties calling fracking a new mandate and questioning how fracking will impact municipal budgets Elected Officials to Protect Read More Rochester City Councilmembers and Local Officials among 600 Elected Officials Raising Concerns about True Costs of Fracking Post Date February 04 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share For Immediate Release Press Release for February 4 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo 607 351 7478 Dominic Frongillo gmail com Rochester City Councilmembers and Local Officials among 600 Elected Officials Raising Concerns about True Costs of Fracking As Fracking Deadline Closes In Elected Officials to Protect New York Hold Press Conference Detailing True Costs of Fracking and Calling on Governor Cuomo for Transparency Rochester On Monday February 4 at 12 00 PM Rochester City Councilmembers and other members of Elected Officials to Protect New York EOPNY held a press conference which included Rochester City Councilmember Matt Haag Rochester City Councilmember Elaine Spaull Rochester City Read

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 9 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo 607 351 7478 Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement on Governor s NY Sun Investment Statement from Susan Zimet New Paltz Town Supervisor on behalf of Elected Officials to Protect NY a bipartisan group of 750 local elected officials from all 62 New York counties In response to the news today that Governor Cuomo awarded 54 million to fund large scale solar projects across New York State New Paltz Town Supervisor Susan Zimet said On behalf of the Town of New Paltz and Elected Officials to Protect New York representing 750 local elected officials from Read More Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement about NYS Assembly Fracking Moratorium Post Date March 06 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share For Immediate Release March 6 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo dominic frongillo gmail com 607 351 7478 Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement about NYS Assembly Fracking Moratorium Statement by Dominic Frongillo Town of Caroline Deputy Supervisor on behalf of Elected Officials to Protect New York Representing more than 600 local elected officials from every county in New York State Elected Officials to Protect New York applauds the New York State Assembly for its leadership on a moratorium on fracking in order that the health impacts can be adequately considered prior to a decision whether to allow fracking Read More Elected Officials to Protect NY Declares Fracking a New Unfunded Mandate Post Date February 06 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 6 2013 Contact Martha Robertson 607 592 3119 mrobertson tompkins co org Word Document of the Release Elected Officials to Protect NY Declares Fracking a New Unfunded Mandate Electeds Officials Cite Fracking as Unfunded Mandate Reveal Communications with the Governor s Office and DEC Deliver Letter to Governor Cuomo Discrediting Speculated Ten to Forty Well Demonstration Project Albany On the heels of a statement from the New York State Association of Counties calling fracking a new mandate and questioning how fracking will impact municipal budgets Elected Officials to Protect Read More Rochester City Councilmembers and Local Officials among 600 Elected Officials Raising Concerns about True Costs of Fracking Post Date February 04 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share For Immediate Release Press Release for February 4 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo 607 351 7478 Dominic Frongillo gmail com Rochester City Councilmembers and Local Officials among 600 Elected Officials Raising Concerns about True Costs of Fracking As Fracking Deadline Closes In Elected Officials to Protect New York Hold Press Conference Detailing True Costs of Fracking and Calling on Governor Cuomo for Transparency Rochester On Monday February 4 at 12 00 PM Rochester City Councilmembers and other members of Elected Officials to Protect New York EOPNY held a press conference which included Rochester City Councilmember Matt Haag Rochester City Councilmember Elaine Spaull Rochester City Read

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 9 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo 607 351 7478 Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement on Governor s NY Sun Investment Statement from Susan Zimet New Paltz Town Supervisor on behalf of Elected Officials to Protect NY a bipartisan group of 750 local elected officials from all 62 New York counties In response to the news today that Governor Cuomo awarded 54 million to fund large scale solar projects across New York State New Paltz Town Supervisor Susan Zimet said On behalf of the Town of New Paltz and Elected Officials to Protect New York representing 750 local elected officials from Read More Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement about NYS Assembly Fracking Moratorium Post Date March 06 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share For Immediate Release March 6 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo dominic frongillo gmail com 607 351 7478 Elected Officials to Protect New York Statement about NYS Assembly Fracking Moratorium Statement by Dominic Frongillo Town of Caroline Deputy Supervisor on behalf of Elected Officials to Protect New York Representing more than 600 local elected officials from every county in New York State Elected Officials to Protect New York applauds the New York State Assembly for its leadership on a moratorium on fracking in order that the health impacts can be adequately considered prior to a decision whether to allow fracking Read More Elected Officials to Protect NY Declares Fracking a New Unfunded Mandate Post Date February 06 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 6 2013 Contact Martha Robertson 607 592 3119 mrobertson tompkins co org Word Document of the Release Elected Officials to Protect NY Declares Fracking a New Unfunded Mandate Electeds Officials Cite Fracking as Unfunded Mandate Reveal Communications with the Governor s Office and DEC Deliver Letter to Governor Cuomo Discrediting Speculated Ten to Forty Well Demonstration Project Albany On the heels of a statement from the New York State Association of Counties calling fracking a new mandate and questioning how fracking will impact municipal budgets Elected Officials to Protect Read More Rochester City Councilmembers and Local Officials among 600 Elected Officials Raising Concerns about True Costs of Fracking Post Date February 04 2013 Comments 0 Comments Author Elected Officials to Protect NY Category Press Releases Share For Immediate Release Press Release for February 4 2013 Contact Dominic Frongillo 607 351 7478 Dominic Frongillo gmail com Rochester City Councilmembers and Local Officials among 600 Elected Officials Raising Concerns about True Costs of Fracking As Fracking Deadline Closes In Elected Officials to Protect New York Hold Press Conference Detailing True Costs of Fracking and Calling on Governor Cuomo for Transparency Rochester On Monday February 4 at 12 00 PM Rochester City Councilmembers and other members of Elected Officials to Protect New York EOPNY held a press conference which included Rochester City Councilmember Matt Haag Rochester City Councilmember Elaine Spaull Rochester City Read

    Original URL path: http://www.nyelectedofficials.org/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nyelectedofficials.org%2Felected-officials-to-protect-new-york-statement-on-governors-ny-sun-investment%2F&format=xml (2016-04-25)
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    transparency and public participation are crucial to ensure the best interests of New Yorkers and to restore the public s trust in the state s review As it stands no elected officials no members of New York s medical and scientific community and no members of the public have any idea what the DEC s review of the health impacts of fracking look like No one knows what the DOH is reviewing and no one knows what the three outside experts are spending their 25 hours reviewing The letter by Elected Officials to Protect New York explains grave concerns over public statements by one of the three reviewers Lynn Goldman who has indicated she is not living up to the task of determining the health impacts of fracking on public health which is what New Yorkers were led to believe she had been contracted to do Instead Goldman has indicated she is making a judgment call about the comparative health impacts of fracking versus coal which would seem to contradict DEC Commissioner Martens statement that Obviously if there was a public health concern that could not be addressed we would not proceed Martha Robertson Chair of the Tompkins County Legislature said Commissioner Martens told us in a meeting on November 13 that they ve made substantial changes to the SGEIS We believe it is good policy and the law that the public must have an opportunity to see and weigh in on such significant changes What matters to New Yorkers is whether the DEC s review of fracking is done right not how much time has been spent on it A process that New Yorkers don t trust can only yield a decision that New Yorkers don t trust On November 29 the DEC quietly released revised regulations to get a 90 day extension The elected officials explain in their letter that it is backward to release regulations before the health review and SGEIS are finished since the regulations must be based on both They note that by the DEC s own admission the revised regulations which the public is supposed to comment on starting December 12 will under no circumstances be the actual regulations that the DEC would use They question if the December 12 January 11 comment period is just a fig leaf to make it appear that the DEC is being transparent and open and following the law Village of Cooperstown Trustee James Dean said This order of events could suggest to New Yorkers that this is a politically motivated decision when that may not be the case The Village of Cooperstown an internationally known tourist destination is also the home of the Bassett Healthcare Network Bassett is an integrated health care system that provides care and services to people living in an eight county region covering 5 600 square miles in upstate New York We are all very concerned about the short and long term negative heath consequences of hydro fracking in New York State Our

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    data from other parts of the country such as Wyoming where crime rates have risen with the influx of fracking Elmira Mayor Sue Skidmore said The fiscal stress that upstate urban cities are currently operating under does not relieve us of our duty to protect our municipalities from an invasion of unknown and unintended consequences The promised jobs and improved economy have yet to be proven long term anywhere which makes me skeptical that fracking would bring positive growth to NY Mayor Skidmore pointed out that Pennsylvania has not seen anywhere near the number of jobs from fracking that the gas industry claims She referenced an independent study from the Keystone Research Center that found fracking only contributed 5 669 jobs in Pennsylvania between 2007 and 2010 and that the gas industry s claim of creating over 48 000 jobs during that period is far from true Elected Officials to Protect New York is calling for a thorough economic study that includes analysis of the negative socioeconomic impacts of fracking The 2011 DEC revised SGEIS is inadequate in part because it only studied the potential economic benefits of fracking without considering the negative impacts The elected officials presented a host of economic concerns ranging from loss in property values and the resulting municipal tax base road and municipal infrastructure damage direct loss of agriculture as well as the demand for New York State food loss of tourism and the costs of negative health impacts accompanying fracking There are too many unknowns with fracking We want to support the agricultural economy that has been here for generations as well as our burgeoning local industries of grape growing wine making and brewing said Pulteney Town Supervisor Jane Russell We want to attract the people from around the world who love and appreciate New York With nearly 7 000 truck trips per hydro fracturing well according to the DEC s Revised SGEIS the cumulative impact of this traffic on our communities has not been adequately addressed said Carl Chipman Supervisor of the Town of Rochester In addition to safety environmental and health impacts posed by so many trucks in a heavy industrial process the bucolic nature of our upstate rural communities is an important reason why people choose to live and visit here How many people will want to live with these conditions What will be the effect on property values Elected Officials to Protect New York also noted that their original letter called on Governor Cuomo to do a comprehensive Health Impact Assessment HIA on fracking The DEC s study does not adequately address many serious health concerns and Governor Cuomo must do a comprehensive HIA before making a decision about fracking We stand with hundreds of medical professionals and medical organizations in calling on Governor Cuomo to do a comprehensive Health Impact Assessment before making a decision about fracking said Julie Huntsman an Otsego County Legislator The science needs to be done and if the governor allowed fracking without heeding that

    Original URL path: http://www.nyelectedofficials.org/11132012-press-release-is-fracking-worth-it-525-local-elected-officials-have-doubts/ (2016-04-25)
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