Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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Counties slow to give consumers a gas tax holiday news
Apr 26, 2022
Rick Karlin reports in the Times Union that from June 1 to Dec. 31 the state of New York is giving up its share of the 16-cent-per-gallon gas sales tax to consumers. Local counties have the option to...
Schoharie towns sue state over solar farms news
May 03, 2022
Rick Karlin reports in the Times Union that. nine towns in Schoharie County are suing New York state about new rules on how solar farms are taxed. The state's standardized taxing method includes a lar...
Does Cairo need more police? Little information available news
May 04, 2022
Liz Montgomery reports for Porcupine Soup that the Town of Cairo police their want to increase their staff by 50 percent. Sergeant-in-Charge Rick Busch said at a May 2 town meeting that they need to h...
Court clears the way for a Costco at Crossgates news
May 06, 2022
Rick Karlin reports for the Times Union that a state appeals court on May 5 ruled in favor of the town of Guilderland and Crossgates Mall in a case brought by an environmental group in its attempt to...
Loan star tick population seems to be growing in New York news
Jun 16, 2022
Lauren Harkawik is reporting for the Times Union New York residents and visitors are being urged to watch out for ticks this summer. One insect that may be gaining in numbers in the Hudson Valley is t...
Coxsackie's Quarry Steakhouse to be demolished news
Jul 20, 2022
Maura Rosner is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the Quarry Steakhouse on Route 26, once one of Coxsackie’s most popular restaurants until three years ago, will be demolished, town officials said....
Flint Mine PILOT application still pending with IDA news
Jul 25, 2022
Maura Rosner is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the Payment in Lieu of Taxes, or PILOT application submitted in September to the Greene County Industrial Development Agency by the Flint Mine Solar...
Amtrak urged to add Albany-to-Boston service news
Aug 19, 2022
Rick Karlin is reporting for the Times Union Massachusetts transportation officials and lawmakers are pushing Amtrak to start a regular Boston-to-Albany train schedule. According to a request filed by...
Bystanders save visitor from drowning at Kaaterskill Falls news
Sep 01, 2022
Rick Karlin is reporting for the Times Union that a visitor from the Bronx, who did not know how to swim, was rescued by bystanders August 28, at Kaaterskill Falls in Greene County. According to a sta...
Stefanik criticized by hunting groups news
Sep 02, 2022
Rick Karlin reports in the Times Union that hunting groups are criticizing Rep. Elise Stefanik for a bill she's co-sponsoring that would repeal a decades-old excise tax on firearms. The gun tax funds...
GE agrees to study lower Hudson River for contamination news
Sep 14, 2022
Rick Karlin is reporting for the Times Union that General Electric Co. has agreed to conduct a study of possible PCB and other contamination in the lower Hudson River from the Troy Dam to New York Har...
Audio Feature: WGXC Congressional Report news
Sep 10, 2022
Here is this week's WGXC Congressional Report, tracking the votes, statements, positions, and campaigns of the representatives and candidates for the 19th, 20th, and 21st Congressional seats in New Yo...
Audio Feature: This week in local environmental news news
Sep 17, 2022
Here is a roundup of the biggest environmental stories locally this week from the WGXC Newsroom. Click here to download or play this week's environmental news from WGXC. Marie J. French reports at...