The completion of Tunnel Three, already one of the world’s most complex engineering feats, would run over 60 miles, and be the largest in the United States. While it may accumulate more debt, or cause a rise in water rates, this is a necessary infrastructure project to protect our supply of clean drinking water in NYC.
On the heels of last year’s county and municipal elections, NYLCV’s Capital Region Chapter worked closely with local advocates to develop an environmental policy agenda for government officials to help guide their work over the next two years.
Historic is a word that we try not to use lightly, but it's truly appropriate to describe how the environment fared in this budget. NYLCV applauds the Governor, the Senate, and the Assembly for addressing pressing needs across the spectrum of our priorities from fighting climate change, to conserving natural resources, to protecting public health.