Pothole and related repairs will be “significantly delayed” unless an ordinance banning the use of asphalt made with fracking waste is amended, the city says.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation officially bans the use of hydraulic fracturing in New York after a seven-year study.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation issues a final review that details the agency’s reservations about permitting hydraulic fracturing.
The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York Inc. says it drew 600 people to the event.
A Siena College poll shows voters remained divided even as the state decided to ban the method for natural gas mining.
The Department of Health releases the long-awaited findings of a study.
With a health study due by year's end, environmental advocates launch a campaign to say no to an anticipated pilot test.
A Quinnipiac University poll shows voters remain divided on the method of natural gas extraction.
The New York State Assembly overwhelmingly approved a two-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing on March 6.
An analysis by the New York State Department of Health said that hydrofracking, a method used to obtain natural gas, could be done safely.
Activists in Greenburgh are asking citizens to call lawmakers and the governor to end the process of fracking which they deem to be hazardous to the environment.
An energy expert answers burning 10 questions