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GOVERNOR CUOMO UNVEILS 12TH PROPOSAL OF 2018 STATE OF THE STATE: PROTECTING NEW YORK'S LAKES FROM HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS

Governor Proposes $65M investment to combat Algal Blooms That Threaten Recreational Use of Lakes as well as Drinking Water

State's Water Quality Rapid Response Team to Convene Regional HABs Forums, Develop Community-Specific Action Plans and Cutting-Edge Pilot Projects


Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today unveiled the 12th proposal of the 2018 State of the State: implementing a $65 million 4-point initiative to aggressively combat harmful algal blooms in Upstate New York that threaten the recreational use of lakes that are important to upstate tourism, as well as sources of drinking water.

Twelve priority lakes that are vulnerable to HABs and are critical sources of drinking water and vital tourism drivers were chosen as priority waterbodies because they represent a wide range of conditions and vulnerabilities and the lessons learned will be applied to other impacted waterbodies moving forward. Those lakes are:

• Western Group: Conesus Lake; Honeoye Lake; Chautauqua Lake
• Central Group: Owasco Lake; Skaneateles Lake; Cayuga Lake
• North Country Group: Lake Champlain at Port Henry; New York portion of Lake Champlain at Isle La Motte watershed; Lake George
• Greater Hudson Valley Group: Lake Carmel; Palmer Lake; Putnam Lake; Monhagen Brook watershed, including the five reservoirs serving the Middletown area

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Mayor DeStefano State of the City Address 2018

Mayor Joseph M. DeStefano will give his State of the City Address on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at City Hall in the Council Chambers, 2nd floor at 7:00PM.  The address will also be live on Channel 20.

Police Department TOWN HALL MEETING

The City of Middletown
Police Department
would like to invite all residents to a
TOWN HALL MEETING
on March 15, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
in the Common Council Chambers of City Hall


Please join Chief John Ewanciw and his administrative staff to discuss any issues or concerns you may have for regarding your neighborhood or the City of Middletown. We look forward to seeing you there

 

CPV Plant Visual Temporary Impacts

There will be temporary visual impacts associated with the start-up of the CPV plant process targeting January 19th as the date for initial start-up. At that point, the visual impacts will begin there is always the possibility that this date could be pushed back slightly.

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