Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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Gillibrand, Tonko promote idea to make Albany hub of offshore wind development news
May 09, 2022
The Times Union is reporting U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and U.S. Rep. Paul Tonko on May 6 stopped by the Port of Albany to promote a plan to make the Capital Region into a hub of offshore wind devel...
Radio News: FCC threatening $2 million fines to real estate owners for pirate transmissions news
May 10, 2022
Radio Insight reports that since President Donald Trump signed the 2020 PIRATE Act, the Federal Communications Commission's Enforcement Bureau has begun to send warning letters not just to folks they...
Special master releases new congressional, senate district maps news
May 17, 2022
Luke Parsnow and Kate Lisa are reporting for State of Politics on May 16 the court-appointed special master charged with drawing New York's new congressional and state Senate maps released a prelimina...
New state Senate maps shake up elections news
May 18, 2022
Paul Kirby reports in the Daily Freeman that the new state Senate district lines released this week by the court-appointed special master. The new maps have some incumbents moved out of their district...
Few more changes locally in Congressional districts news
May 23, 2022
Steuben County Supreme Court Judge Patrick McAllister on May 20 approved the congressional and state Senate maps drawn up by a court-appointed expert, after a few changes to the maps released earlier...
Greenville chosen to host festival featuring a phone-free environment news
May 25, 2022
Ted Remsnyder is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the town of Greenville will next month host the first weekend-long festival organized by the Yondr Company, The group launched in 2014 with the int...
Schumer fails to get gun bill passed news
May 26, 2022
Thomas Franck reports for CNBC that New York-based Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer failed to pass legislation introduced after the mass shooting of Blacks at a grocery store in Buffalo, two days...
Audio Feature: Hudson Valley Congressional Report news
May 29, 2022
Here is this week's Hudson Valley Congressional Report from WGXC, tracking the votes, statements, positions, and campaigns of the representatives of the Hudson Valley in Congress and the candidates wh...
Comparing Ryan and Molinaro on gun issues news
May 30, 2022
Paul Kirby compares, in the Daily Freeman, the positions on guns of the two candidates for the special election in August to pick a Congressperson for New York's current 19th Congressional District. U...
Radio News: FCC raises fees on for-profit broadcasters news
Jun 06, 2022
Paul McLane reports for Radio World that broadcasters who use public airwaves to make their own money face 13 percent increases in fees in fiscal 2022 from the Federal Communications Commission. For-p...
Greenville's Macko warns of 'most difficult budget cycle' in 40 years news
Jun 07, 2022
Melanie Lekocevic is reporting for Capital Region Independent Media Greenville Town Supervisor Paul Macko is predicting the town budget cycle will be a difficult one this year. “It’s my belief, and th...
Three Hudson Valley Congressional candidates have ties to Jan. 6 attempted coup news
Jun 09, 2022
As Congress begins public hearings on the attempted coup of Jan. 6, 2021, here in the Hudson Valley several local politicians either went to Washington D.C. that day, cheered those attending, and cont...
Three New York Republicans, but not Antonio Delgado, vote to raise age limit to 21 for buying semi-automatic rifles news
Jun 09, 2022
Luke Parsnow reports for New York State of Politics that three New York Republicans voted June 8 for a bill that would raise the age for certain gun purchases from 18 to 21. But only two Hudson Valley...
Schenectady buildings defaced with hate symbols news
Jun 16, 2022
Paul Nelson is reporting for the Times Union vandals defaced more than 14 buildings and businesses in downtown Schenectady, with swastikas, other hate symbols and vulgar language on June 14. The serie...
Radio News: FCC attempting to make disaster communication more reliable news
Jun 16, 2022
Paul McLane reports for Radio World that climate change is now affecting radio policy. Federal Communications Commission Chair Jessica Rosenworcel released a statement June 16 saying the bureau will w...