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Gov. Andrew Cuomo claims the state's fishing industry has been "held back by outdated federal restrictions for decades."
Cuomo and Lee purchased their three-acre property at 4 Bittersweet Lane in 2008 for $1.2 million.
Every year, 6.5 million undocumented workers are cheated with respect to wages they have earned and 85 percent of immigrant workers do not receive all the overtime pay to which they’re entitled.
The site includes memes including "I $ NY" and "Why Do You Think the Dodgers Left?"
The New York Post’s notorious Page Six section cited anonymous sources to insist Cuomo and Lee “have been living separate lives for a while."
Menhaden are also harvested for the production of fish oil, fertilizer and fishmeal.
The EPA's Walter Mugdan insisted his agency will "move forward with the important work to continue to address PCBs in the Hudson River."
The report from Citizen Budget Commission argues state and local municipalities have spent more on economic development initiatives without enacting meaningful transparency reforms around the grants and tax breaks.
The acquisition brings the preserve's total acreage to 1,771 acres, stretching from the Hudson River to the Taconic State Parkway.
The city plans to use the funding to better link a corridor surrounding Lincoln Avenue near the city's downtown to its growing Main Street.
"We looked at the pros, we looked at the cons, and when we were done, we realized that the pros outweighed the cons,” New York State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker told reporters Monday.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo recently watched from a fishing boat as parts of the demolished bridge were dropped into the Shinnecock Inlet off Hampton Bays to create an expanded artificial reef.
Municipalities recognized by the state program are eligible for up to $250,000 toward energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable development projects.
Winter Storms Riley and Quinn caused the second most outages in the company's history, behind only Hurricane Sandy. Con Edison was criticized along with other regional utilities for its response.