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The disaster declarations for Westchester and Rockland counties means that businesses, individuals and local governments who have had financial losses from superstorm Sandy could be eligible for federal assistance. To qualify, those who have unreimbursed losses must first register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Below is some contact information: Website:...Read more »
It's two months, eight days and counting from when Lower Hudson Valley county executives agreed to create a task force to explore the possibility of adding mass transit to the state's Tappan Zee Bridge replacement plans.
So says the Tri-State Transportation Campaign, a New York City-based advocacy group, which has put a Times Square-like ticker on its website to nudge state and county officials...Read more »
As the controversy over the future of Indian Point continues to divide the region, more than half of Lower Hudson Valley residents surveyed said they favored keeping it open, according to a new Siena College poll commissioned by Newsday.
The poll comes as the plant's owner, Entergy Corp., has applied to renew the licenses on the site's two reactors to keep the site running for another 20 years...Read more »