Walter Mosley has been a positive contributor to environmental efforts made in the New York State Assembly since he was elected in 2013.
The Assemblyman is a member of the New York State Caucus of Environmental Legislators and was responsible for drafting the state budget proposal for the Assembly’s 2016-2017 cycle in which he proposed crucial improvements to the State’s environmental infrastructure in order to protect constituents against contaminants such as lead and ensure they have a clean drinking water supply. Additionally, he proposed the inclusion of tax incentives in order to encourage clean energy initiatives.
Legislatively, Mosley put forth a bill to prohibit hazardous waste disposal or transfer stations to be placed within fifteen hundred feet of a school (A06095) and is the co-sponsor of a number of other bills that tackle public health concerns stemming from environmental degradation or maltreatment.
As an ally of the environment, Mosley will continue to make strides towards protecting it if he is re-elected to represent District 57.