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Community Choice Aggregation; A Step Towards a Sustainable Energy Future for Bethlehem

Monday, 2/25. Doors open at 6:30 PM, talk starts promptly at 7. Place: Bethlehem Public Library, Community Room, 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar 12054 Bethlehem and other municipalities in new York have an opportunity to choose a renewable energy electricity supply option for its residential customers. This option will save money for residents, reduce air and Community Choice Aggregation; A Step Towards a Sustainable Energy Future for Bethlehem

SHARE — Sheridan Hollow Alliance for Renewable Energy Forms

ALBANY, NY— Leaders of local community organizations, backed up by environmental organizations throughout the state, released a letter on September 19, 2017; calling on Governor Cuomo and the Department of Environment Conservation (DEC) to undertake a full environmental review, including an Environmental Impact Statement on a 16-megawatt gas-fired power plant proposed in Sheridan Hollow, a SHARE — Sheridan Hollow Alliance for Renewable Energy Forms

Kim Fraczek Speaks about the Sane Energy Project and Mapping PipelinesKim Fraczek Speaks about the Sane Energy Project and Mapping Pipeliness

by Tom Ellis Albany, NY: Kim Fraczek, Co-Director of the Sane Energy Project spoke on “Gas Infrastructure — The Big Picture” at the January 18 SPB dinner. She is very enthusiastic opinionated, and optimistic about blocking construction of many of the proposed natural gas pipelines in New York. She displayed an interactive, online map of Kim Fraczek Speaks about the Sane Energy Project and Mapping PipelinesKim Fraczek Speaks about the Sane Energy Project and Mapping Pipeliness

June 24, 2022 Virtual Meeting

Please mark your calendars, our next virtual meeting will be the FOURTH Wednesday of June … Wednesday, June 24, 2022 Speakers and details to be announced. Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89958937861 Dial (929) 205-6099 Enter meeting ID 899 5893 7861 April 2022 Virtual Pine Bush Meeting Tina Lieberman, Vice-Chair of the Albany Sustainability Advisory Committee and a June 24, 2022 Virtual Meeting

Welcome to Save the Pine Bush!

Forty-four years of fighting for the Pine Bush Save the Pine Bush is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization dedicated to saving the Albany Pine Bush and Karner Blue habitat in New York State, a globally rare ecosystem in New York State. We stop developers by suing the government using environmental laws. The fight for Pine Bush Welcome to Save the Pine Bush!

Town of Colonie Planning Board

Whereas, the applications and permitting to construct and operate an expansion of the City’s existing landfill located on Rapp Road in the City of Albany, together with mitigation related to the expansion, referred to as Eastern Expansion, is before the Common Council for deliberation; and Whereas, since 1990 there have been multiple expansions of the Town of Colonie Planning Board