M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND POLICY

Finding Aid for the
ENVIRONMENTAL ADVOCATES OF NEW YORK
RECORDS, 1970-2004
(APAP-104)

For reference queries contact M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives Reference staff

Finding Aid Compiled by
Peter Runge
Heather Harrington
Christina Moustardas
Amy C. Schindler
June 2004
Tim Bridgman
April 2006

The arrangement and description of this collection in 2004 and 2006 was made possible through New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program Arrangement and Description Grants.



 
 
 
 
 
 

M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives 
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VOLUME: 90.81 cubic ft.

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Environmental Advocates of New York in January 2001 and November 2004.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Administrative History

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


Environmental Advocates of New York
Administrative History

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Environmental Advocates of New York was established in Rye, New York in 1969, as the Environmental Planning Lobby. Founded as a means to form innovative environmental policy, it was one of the nation’s first organized environmental activist groups. Environmental Advocates serves the people of New York as an effective and aggressive watchdog and advocates on nearly every important state environmental issue. Through advocacy, coalition building, citizen education, and policy development, Environmental Advocates works to safeguard public health and preserve New York’s unique natural heritage.[1]

Since its inception, Environmental Advocates have successfully lobbied on behalf of important environmental issues. A chronological list of issues and the result of Environmental Advocates attention to the issue follows. Note that not all of the issues referenced are represented in the collection.

1969 Adirondacks: The Adirondack Park Agency was created in 1971 to develop a comprehensive plan to regulate the use of private and public lands in the Park.

1972 Environmental Bond Act: The state legislature authorized an environmental bond act of $1,150,000 to preserve and enhance the quality of the state’s environment through the purchase of key lands, primarily in the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains, and through the construction of air and water pollution control and solid waste facilities.

Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC): The creation of the DEC brought together in a single agency all state programs directed toward protecting and enhancing the environment. The department is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Environmental Conservation Law.

Adirondack Boundary: Extended the boundary of the forest preserve to include endangered Champlain Valley lands.

1973-1975 State Environmental Quality Review Act: A far-reaching statute that requires appropriate state and local agencies to prepare and review a statement on the environmental impact of any proposed action that may provide a significant effect on the environment.

Freshwater Wetlands: Provided for the protection of all freshwater wetlands in the state larger than 12.4 acres. The DEC was given the authority to manage use of wetlands of any size with special characteristics.

Adirondack Rivers: One thousand thirty-three miles of Adirondack Rivers and shorelines were protected from incompatible development by this measure, which provides for their inclusion in the state’s Wild, Scenic and Recreational River System.

Safe Energy: Provided for research, development and implementation of new energy technologies, especially those using solar and wind power.

1976-1979 Urban Cultural Parks and Forestry Program: Required the Office of Parks and Recreation to develop a statewide system of Urban Cultural Parks, utilizing urban cultural resources for recreation, tourism and educational purposes. The forestry program encourages the improvement of urban neighborhoods through a tree planting program.

Energy Planning: Required the State Energy Office to draft a state energy master plan. The plan led to comprehensive energy planning for the state.

Toxic Substance Control: Required the identification of inactive hazardous waste sites in the state and the development of remedial programs for those sites. The law also placed primary financial responsibility for remediation on site owners and identifiable hazardous waste generators who used the site for disposal.

1980-1983 Energy: Passed bills to make solar wind devices eligible for low-interest loans under the Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Act; upgraded appliance efficiency standards; required an increased fuel economy standard for state vehicles; and required sellers of property to disclose the average heating and cooling requirement to potential purchasers.

State Superfund: Modeled after the federal program, New York was one of the first states to create a fund for the cleanup of inactive hazardous waste sites – those industrial sites that have been abandoned or are derelict after the dumping of toxic waste. Superfund sites have proven to be severe health risk to citizens in the state.

Toxic Substance and Hazardous Waste: In response to the tragic revelations at Love Canal, bills were passed to advise workers of the hazards of the chemicals to which they are exposed and to increase penalties for improper disposal of toxic and hazardous substances.

Returnable Beverage Container Law: Still the most effective solid waste program in the state today, the Bottle Bill, as it is commonly referred to, required a $.05 deposit on certain beverage containers. The Bottle Bill has been responsible for an increase in recycling and decrease in litter.

Coastal Management Act: The Act established a program to limit development in erosion hazard areas, such as dunes and barrier islands, which provide natural protection to shoreowners from flooding and storm damage. The Act also provides state assistance to localities for waterfront planning and directs the Department of Environmental Conservation to preserve costal resources, natural areas, as well as fish and wildlife habitat.

1984-1986 Acid Deposition: New York became the first state in the nation to enact
legislation requiring a reduction in the emissions of sulfur dioxide. The law was designed to achieve a final reduction of 245,000 tons per year.

Hazardous Waste Incineration: Required strict monitoring of hazardous waste incinerators by the Department of Environmental Conservation by requiring stack emissions tests and continuous monitoring of certain operating parameters.

Additions to the Wild, Scenic, and Recreational Rivers System: Designated more than 100 miles of additional river to the state system, which protected it from development and misuse.

Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant: By authorizing the acquisition of the Long Island Lighting Company by a public power authority, the legislation gave the governor the leverage necessary to prevent the opening of the Shoreham nuclear facility. After years of fitful negotiations, the agreement to close Shoreham was completed in 1989.

Community Gardens: Created an Office of Community Gardens to identify all open space suitable for community gardens and to assist local organizations in running such programs.

Environmental Bond Act: Passed a $1.45 billion Environmental Bond Act with $1.2 billion for an eleven year toxic cleanup program and $250 million for land acquisition of forest preserves, environmentally sensitive areas, municipal parks, and historic preservation.

Toxics Torts: Allowed individuals, who were previously barred from bringing suit, to sue for injuries caused by exposure to certain toxic substances.

Toxic Crime: Extended penalties to persons who cause or contribute to the release of hazardous or acutely hazardous substances, thereby making environmentally damaging dumping practices illegal.

Recycled Paper Purchases by the State: Directs the Office of General Services (OGS) to buy recycled paper products whenever they meet minimum quality standards and fall within ten percent of the lowest bid for virgin materials. The OGS must also develop mandatory source separation programs for waste paper at all facilities.

1987-1989 Clean Indoor Air Act: Prohibits smoking in most public indoor facilities to protect citizens from the dangers of second hand smoke.

Hudson River Estuary Management Act: Required the development of a comprehensive fifteen-year estuarine management plan, covering the area from the Federal Dam at Troy to the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.

Sole Source Aquifer Protection: Created nine special groundwater protection areas on Long Island and established a process for the designation of additional areas within federally designated sole source aquifer areas in counties with populations exceeding one million inhabitants.

Standby Contractors: To enable DEC to react more expeditiously to remediate hazardous spills and inactive hazardous waste sites, the bill gave the Department the authority to enter into standby contracts to cleanup such sites, take emergency action, and investigate improper storage and disposal of hazardous waste sites.

Hudson River Valley Greenway: Directed a study of the Hudson River Valley form the northern boundary of New York City to the southern boundary of the Adirondack Park with the intent of establishing a greenway to protect wildlife habitats, historic sites, wetlands, and other significant areas.

Transfer Development Rights (TDR): This creative measure was intended to lead to greater protection in the area of open space protection. TDR allows the transfer of development rights for compensation form one parcel to a second parcel, which may be non-contiguous and under different ownership for the purpose of keeping the first parcel undeveloped.

Low-Flow Fixtures: This bill required that all new construction and renovations use 1.6 gallon toilets, rather than the standard 4-6 gallon size. The reduced size would save millions of gallons of water each day statewide with no loss in efficiency.

1990-1994 Lead Poisoning Prevention Act: The initiative required universal screening of all infants in New York State for lead poisoning and established the Governor’s Advisory Council of Lead Poisoning Prevention.

Clean Air Compliance Act: The bill provides the state with the authority to implement the federal Clean Air Act Amendments and improve New York’s unhealthy air quality.

Environmental Protection Act: The Legislature created an environmental trust fund, which provides $100 million annually for a range of programs, including land preservation and recycling.

1995-1999 The Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act: Backed by enthusiastic support from the environmental community, the Governor’s $1.75 billion environmental bond act was passed by the Legislature and ratified by voters with the money to be used for environmental infrastructure, land acquisition, water access, and environmental compliance.

The Pesticide Reporting Law: This bill made critical information on pesticide usage by farmers and commercial applicators available for the first time to researchers and the public.

Heavy Duty Diesel Inspection and Maintenance: Lawmakers passed a long-sought clean air measure requiring DEC to establish emissions standards and an inspection program for diesel vehicles.

The Hudson River Park Act: Fourteen years after the defeat of the Westway superhighway project, the legislature passed an agreement reached between state, city, community, and environmental representatives that provided a framework for a five mile long linear park between Battery Park City and 59th street.[2]

Environmental Advocates continues to serve the people of New York State as effective and aggressive environmental stewards and advocates on nearly every important state environmental issue. Environmental Advocates of New York is a non profit organization with over 7,000 individual members and 130 organizational members.[3] For more information about Environmental Advocates, consult the group’s website at http://www.eany.org/aboutus/index.html.

Presidents and executive directors oversee the management of the organization. Former presidents and executive directors include:

Presidents
David Sive
Richard Allen
Garrison Corwin
J. Henry Neale, Jr.
Richard Booth
Marcia Hopple
Robert Stover
Peter Borelli
Philip Weinberg
Warren Liebold, 1986-
James Dawson
James T.B. Tripp
Oakes Ames

Executive Directors
Tome Urmy
Marilyn DuBois
Bernard Melewski
Judith Enck
Larry Shapiro
Lee Wasserman, -1996
Val Washington, 1996-2003
Robert J. Moore, 2004-
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1. "EANY - About Us," Environmental Advocates of New York, (6 July 2004) <http://www.eany.org/aboutus/index.html.
2. Quoted from Celebrating 30 Years: Environmental Advocates 1969-1999. November 8, 1999.


Environmental Advocates of New York
Scope & Content Note

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The bulk of the records of Environmental Advocates (EA) of New York document the legislative activities of the organization from the 1980s through the late 1990s. The records consist of correspondence, notes, meeting minutes, reports, memorandums, publications, news clippings, promotional material, as well as the administrative files of Lee Wasserman, Val Washington, and Loretta Simon. The records of the Environmental Advocates of New York are divided into five series: Legislative Issues, Lee Wasserman, Valerie Washington, Loretta Simon, General Correspondence, Publications, Audio Visuals, Subject Files, and Special Events.

The strength of the collection lies in the Legislative Issues series, which documents in detail the Environmental Advocates’ position on nineteen issues, including acid rain, the Bottle Bill, energy, hazardous waste, pesticides, solid waste, and water, among others.

Conspicuously absent in the collection is material related to the early issues championed by the antecedent Environmental Planning Lobby, particularly any substantive material related to the Adirondacks. Also missing is any substantial representation of high level organizational or policy decisions, such as board of director meeting minutes or other meeting minutes.

Related Collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives can be found in the subject guide for Conservation and the Environment. Of particular interest are the records of New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (APAP-151), the Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter(APAP-130), and Citizens' Environmental Coalition (APAP-197).


Environmental Advocates of New York
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004, 58.4 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Legislative Issues series contains reports, draft reports, correspondence, notes, guidelines, fact sheets, legislation, testimony, memorandums, and news clippings pertaining to the various environmental issues pursued by Environmental Advocates. The series is further divided into eighteen subseries, including: Acid Rain, Adirondacks, Air, Bottle Bill, Energy, Funding, Hazardous Waste, Land Use, Lead, Parks and Wilderness, Pesticides, Solid Waste Management, Tobacco, Transportation, Water, Wetlands, and Wild Life. The subseries are arranged alphabetically by subseries title and thereunder by folder title.

Subseries 1: Acid Rain, 1973-1993, 1.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Acid Rain subseries contains reports, news clippings, testimony, and legislation related to the health effects of acid rain in New York and other states.

Subseries 2: Air, 1984-1996, 3.2 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Air subseries contains material related to the issues of air pollution, the Group Against Smog and Pollution, air quality, clean air, ozone, and low emission vehicles (LEV).

Subseries 3: Bottle Bill, 1971-1995, 4.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Bottle Bill subseries contains correspondence, memorandums, legislative materials, testimony, and news clippings. Folders of interest include “Bottle Bill Commission, 1985,” containing a report entitled “The New York Returnable Beverage Container Law: The First Year;” “Correspondence, 1977-1983;” and the folders entitled “Liter Memorandums.”

Subseries 4: Energy, 1970-1994, 7.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Energy subseries contains material related to the Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program, food irradiation, appliance efficiency, state energy office, state master plan, James Bay in Quebec, and the following energy sources: coal, nuclear, solar, hydro, wind, and oil.

Subseries 5: Funding, 1972-1995, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The subseries Funding contains correspondence, legislative material, news clippings, notes, and testimony related to the Environmental Bond Act, Environmental Protection Fund (EPF), Environmental Trust Fund (ETF), and Capital District Coalition.

Subseries 6: Hazardous Waste, 1972-1995, 8.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Hazardous Waste subseries contains bills, correspondence, case studies, fact sheets, news clippings, reports, and testimony related to storage, superfunds, siting, incineration, Toxic wastes (Asbestos, Dioxin, etc.), and low level radioactive waste. The bulk of the material in this subseries is concerned with low level radioactive waste.

Subseries 7: Land Use, 1967-2000, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The subseries Land Use contains bills, correspondence, memorandums, news clippings, reports, and legislation related to floodplain management, farm use, open space, and sustainable agriculture.

Subseries 8: Lead, 1987-1994, 3.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Lead subseries includes correspondence, fact sheets, conference proceedings, and reports related to the Coalition for a Lead Free New York, Lead Alliance conference, and lead poisoning.

Subseries 9: Miscellaneous, 1973-2004, 4.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Miscellaneous subseries is primarily composed of legislative activity collected weekly by Environmental Advocates. Also of interest in this subseries is the material related to Citizen Suits.

Subseries 10: Parks and Wilderness, 1977-1999, 2.07 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The subseries Parks and Wilderness contains correspondence, reports, news clippings, surveys, fact sheets, bills, and legislative material related to the Adirondack Park, Catskills, Pine Barrens, rain forests, and urban parks.

Subseries 11: Pesticides, 1978-1998, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Pesticides subseries includes material related to breast cancer, chemicals (chlordane, cyclodienes, aldrin, dieldrin, diazinon), cleanup, and regulations.

Subseries 12: Solid Waste Management, 1974-1995, 8.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The subseries Solid Waste Management contains bills, correspondence, news clippings, published material, regulations, and reports related to the Albany New York Solid Waste Energy Recovery System (ANSWERS) plant, incineration, recycling, regulations, waste reduction, land fills, solid waste management plans, and the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR).

Subseries 13: Tobacco, 1988-1997, .4 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Tobacco subseries includes material related to the tobacco excise tax and smoking commission.

Subseries 14: Transportation, 1971-1996, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The subseries Transportation contains correspondence, memorandums, news clippings, reports, statistics, and testimony related to the Westway (Long Island) project, air pollution, and Hudson River development. Related to this subseries is the material found in the Projects subseries in Series 4: Loretta Simon.

Subseries 15: Water, 1930-1995, 7.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Water subseries includes material related to the Safe State Drinking Water Act (SSDRA), Clean Water Act, Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Hudson River - Westway (Long Island), State Safe Drinking Water Act (SSDWA), Proposition 65, Long Island Sound Study (LISS), lakes, rivers, oceans, reservoirs, and groundwater. The subseries’ inclusive dates are 1930-1990 with the bulk of the subseries covering the period 1977-1989.

Subseries 16: Wetlands, 1975-1995, 1.4 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The subseries Wetlands contains material related to coastal erosion and coastal zone management in New York.

Subseries 17: Wildlife, 1976-1991, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Wildlife subseries includes material related to birds, funding, bear-dog hunting, coyotes, and wildlife management in New York.

Series 2: Val Washington, 1985-1998, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

Val Washington served as executive director of Environmental Advocates from 1996-2004. The Val Washington series is further divided into two subseries: Hudson River Park and Subject Files.

Subseries 1: Hudson River Park, 1996-1998, 1.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The subseries Hudson River Park contains correspondence, legislation and reports from the Hudson River Park Alliance Steering Committee, of which Washington was a member. Also included is the Environmental Impact Report of the proposed Hudson River Park.

Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1985-1998, 1.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Subject Files subseries contains material of an administrative nature generated by Washington during her tenure as executive director of Environmental Advocates.

Series 3: Lee Wasserman, 1984-2002, 6.07 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Lee Wasserman series is further divided into two subseries: Administrative Files and Subject Files. Lee Wasserman preceded Val Washington as executive director of the Environmental Advocates and continued to serve as a trustee.

Subseries 1: Administrative Files, 1985-2002, 2.07 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Administrative Files subseries documents the operational activities of Mr. Wasserman’s directorship, including correspondence, meeting minutes of the executive board, budgets, canvassing information, membership lists, and news releases.

Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1984-1996, 4.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

Subject Files contains material related to the issues Wasserman was involved with while working for Environmental Advocates. Highlights of this subseries include the Adirondack Park Agency, Environmental Federation of New York, New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Council, State Environmental Leadership Conference, and the Governor Pataki Environmental Protection Transition Committee. Wasserman was a member of the Pataki team, served on the Lead Poisoning board, and helped plan the leadership conference.

Series 4: Loretta Simon, 1979-1997, 13.27 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

Loretta Simon served as a project director for Environmental Advocates from 1994 to 1998. The Loretta Simon series is further divided into three subseries: Administrative, Subject Files, and Projects.

Subseries 1: Administrative Files, 1987-1997, 1 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Administrative subseries contains Loretta Simon’s correspondence along with contact names and addresses.

Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1983-1997, 1.47 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Subject Files subseries contains Simon’s notes, published materials, news clippings, and meeting minutes.

Subseries 3: Projects, 1979-1997, 11.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Projects subseries includes material related to various projects Loretta Simon championed while serving as project director for Environmental Advocates, such as billboards, pesticides, urban development, and transportation. The majority of material in this subseries relates to transportation. The inclusive dates are 1979 to 1997 with bulk dates of 1994-1996.

Series 5: General Correspondence, 1984-1989, 1.0 cubic ft., Arranged chronologically.

The General Correspondence series contains original and typescript drafts of incoming and outgoing correspondence.

Series 6: Publications, 1972-2006, 3.0 cubic ft., Arranged chronologically.

The Publications series contains material published by the Environmental Advocates as well as material published by others, but collected by the Environmental Advocates. The series is divided into two subseries: Environmental Advocates Publications and Publications of Others. The series occupies 3.0 cubic feet; the inclusive dates are 1972-2000, with bulk dates of 1986-1992.

Subseries 1: Environmental Advocates Publications, 1972-2004, 1.0 cubic ft. , Arranged alphabetically.

Environmental Advocates’ publications are arranged alphabetically by publication title. Titles of interest include the Albany Report – the bimonthly newsletter of what is happening in New York regarding environmental issues, The Green Sheet - EA’s monthly bulletin of statewide environmental activism, and the Voter’s Guide. The inclusive dates are 1972-2000 with bulk dates of 1990-1998.

Subseries 2: Publications of Others, 1975-2002, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Publications of Others subseries is arranged alphabetically by publication title. Titles of interest include, Adirondack, AGENDA, Catskill Center News, Hudson Valley Green Times, New York Environmental News, Scenic Hudson News, and Upstate Environment (formerly Link). The inclusive dates are 1975-1994 with bulk dates of 1986-1993.

Series 7: Audio Visuals, 1989-1995, 1.4 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

Subseries 1: Audio, 1989-1992, 9 audiotapes, Arranged alphabetically.

The Audio subseries contains nine audiotapes. There are two tapes from the 20th Anniversary Dinner in 1989. Dick Cavett served as the master of ceremonies at the dinner and speakers included Lee Wasserman, David Sive, Gov. Mario Cuomo, Tom Chapin, Robert Abrams, Sigourney Weaver, and Warren Liebold. Other audiotapes in the series include radio advertisements targeting state legislators and promoting events.

Subseries 2: Moving Images, 1989-1995, 9 videotapes, Arranged alphabetically.

The Moving Images subseries primarily contains VHS tapes, along with one Sony Video 8 tape. The subject matter of the tapes include issues related to pesticides, energy (James Bay in Quebec), hazardous waste (low-level radioactive waste), lead, funding (Environmental Bond Act), and solid waste management (recycling).

Series 8: Subject Files, 1980-1995, 1.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The Subject Files series is arranged alphabetically by folder title. Much of the material in this series relates to the governor of New York, the governor’s office, and the Environmental Protection Agency. Folders of interest include those entitled “Governor’s Office, Appointments” and “Governor’s Office, Correspondence.”

Series 9: Special Events, 1989-2001, 3.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

Contained within the Special Events series are materials related to fundraising events as well as conferences and workshops sponsored by Environmental Advocates. Materials include notes, flyers, invitations, invitees, financial records, and correspondence.


Environmental Advocates of New York
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 1: Acid Rain, 1973-1993

Box 1
Folder

1. Acid Rain and Transported Air Pollutants, 1984
2. Clean Air Act, 1982-1988
3. Clean Coal Technology, 1987
4. Clippings, 1984-1988
5. Fact Sheets, 1983
6. Federal Legislation, 1981-1988
7. General Information, 1973-1990
8. General Information, 1983-1991
9. Health Effects, 1977-1987
10. International, 1982-1985
11. Lake Liming, 1980-1989
12. Legislation, 1993
13. Lilco Exemption Bill, 1977, 1984-c. 1990
14. New York State, 1978-1988
15. New York State, 1983-1988
16. New York State, Publications, 1983-1987
17. Nitrogen Deposition Program, 1985
18. Other States, 1981-1982
19. PH Broadcasting, 1981-1987
20. Reports, 1976, 1980-1993
21. Reports, 1984-1986
22. Testimony, 1983-1984, 1988-1989
23. Acid Rain, undated


Environmental Advocates of New York
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 2: Air, 1984-1996

Box 1
Folder

1. Activist Directory, 1992
2. Air Management Advisory Committee, 1991-1993
3. Air Pollution Health Study, 1995
4. Air Quality, 1987-1997
5. California Standards, 1988, 1993
6. Campaign Contributions, 1992
7. Chemical Companies, Union Carbide, 1984-1986
8. Children and Ozone, Study, 1995
9. Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), 1989
10. Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Article, 1995
11. Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Maine and Pennsylvania, 1994
12. Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Pataki, George, Administration, 1995
13. Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Program, 1995
14. Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Study, 1991
15. Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Testimony, 1995
16. Clean Air, Camet Company, 1992
17. Clean Air, Citizen’s Lobby, Campaign, 1992
18. Clean Air, Corning Incorporated, 1992
19. Clean Air, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), 1989
20. Clean Air, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Packet, 1992
21. Clean Air, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Testimony, undated
22. Clean Air, Ford Correspondence to Bragman, 1992
23. Clean Air, Related Correspondence, 1992
24. Clean Air, Sponsor List, 1992
25. Clean Air Act, 1981
26. Clean Air Act, 1982-1985
27. Clean Air Act, 1985-1986
28. Clean Air Act, 1987-1988
29. Clean Air Act, Background, 1989-1993
30. Clean Air Act, Bills and Memorandums, 1980-1988
31. Clean Air Act, Correspondence, 1985, 1991
32. Clean Air Act, Emissions Offsets, 1992-1993
33. Clean Air Act, Employee Trip Reduction, 1993-1994
34. Clean Air Act, Fact Sheets, 1993
35. Clean Air Act, Implementation, 1991-1992
36. Clean Air Act, Inspection and Maintenance, 1994
37. Clean Air Act, News Clippings, 1983-1986
38. Clean Air Act, Standards, 1992
39. Clean Air Act, Testimony, 1991, 1993
40. Clean Air Bill, Original Copies, 1992
41. Clean Air Coalition, 1992
42. Clean Air Legislation, 1990-1994
43. Clean Air Network, 1992-1995
44. Clean Air Resource Directory, 1994
45. Climate Change, Greenhouse Effect, Clippings, 1988-1989
46. Correspondence and Memorandums, 1992
47. Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Air, 1981-1986
48. Clean Air, Public Transit, 1992

Box 2
Folder

1. Dry Cleaning, Reports, 1992
2. Dry Cleaning, Reports, March, 1993
3. Dry Cleaning, Reports, May, 1993
4. Dry Cleaning, Negotiated Regulations, 1990-1993
5. Dry Cleaning, Regulations, 1993
6. Emissions Control Technology, 1991
7. Emissions, Miscellaneous, 1989
8. Fact Sheets, 1992
9. General Information, 1972-1983
10. General Information, 1984-1987
11. Group Against Smog and Pollution, 1987-1989
12. Group Against Smog and Pollution, General Accounting Agency, 1984-1989
13. Group Against Smog and Pollution, Great Lakes United, 1985-1988
14. Group Against Smog and Pollution, Greenpeace, 1986-1988
15. Incinerators, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 1984, 1992
16. Indoor Air, Bibliography, 1985
17. Indoor Air, Correspondence, 1988-1989
18. Indoor Air, Fact Sheets and News Releases, 1989
19. Indoor Air, Legislation, 1988-1989, 1992-1993
20. Indoor Air, Reports and Studies, 1988-1989
21. Inhalable Particulate Matter, 1995-1996
22. Inhalable Particulate Matter, Comments, 1996
23. Inhalable Particulate Matter, Reports, 1995
24. Inhalable Particulate Matter, State Implementation Plan, 1995-1996
25. Legislation, 1989-1990
26. Legislation, 1991
27. Legislation, Bills, 1992
28. Legislation, Bills, 1993
29. Global Warming Ozone, 1986-1987
30. The Threat of Global Climate Change-What Can New Yorkers Do?

Box 3
Folder

1. Legislation, Correspondence and Memorandums, 1993
2. Legislation, News Releases, 1993
3. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Correspondence, 1991-1994
4. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Fact Sheets, 1991-1992
5. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Health Effects, 1989-1992
6. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Hearings, 1991
7. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation, 1991-1992
8. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation, 1992
9. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation, 1993-1994
10. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation, 1995
11. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation, Exhibits, Vol. 1, undated
12. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation, Exhibitions, Vol. 2, undated
13. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Memorandums in Opposition, 1992
14. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), News Releases, 1992
15. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM), 1988
16. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Reports, 1989-1991
17. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Senate Debates, 1992
18. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Testimony, 1991-1993
19. Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Transcripts, 1991
20. New York State Legislation, 1982-1987
21. News Releases and Editorials, 1992
22. Ozone, 1964, 1987-1991
23. Pollution, Health Effects, 1994
24. Pollution Inventories, 1992
25. Radon, 1979-1991
26. Radon, 1979-1991
27. Radon, 1986-1988

Box 4
Folder

1. Regulations, 1991-1992
2. Reports, 1981, 1985, 1986
3. Reports, 1989-1990
4. Reports, 1992
5. State Implementation Plan, Correspondence, 1993
6. State Implementation Plan, Miscellaneous, 1992-1994
7. Toxic Air, 1986-1989
8. State Air Toxics Program, 1994
9. Transcripts, 1992

Box 5
Folder

1. Radon and the Environment Conference, 1986


Environmental Advocates of New York
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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 3: Bottle Bill, 1971-1995

Box 1
Folder

1. Beverage Monopoly, 1972-1973, 1978, 1981
2. Bottle Bill Commission, 1983-1984
3. Bottle Bill Commission, 1985
4. Bottle Bill Notebook, John Ziegler, 1978
5. Boycott Materials, 1974, 1980
6. Canvassers, New York Public Interest Research Group, Inc., 1979-1983
7. Connecticut, 1979-1982
8. Conservation of Resources, 1973-1978
9. Contacts, 1974-1982
10. Correspondence, 1977-1983
11. Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS), 1977-1983
12. Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS), 1984-1986
13. Disposal, 1982-1983
14. Employee Dislocation Allowance Fund, 1980
15. Employment, 1972-1975, 1979, 1980-1984
16. Energy Savings, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1980-1981
17. Fund Receipts, 1981-1982
18. Governor’s Office, New York, 1975, 1981-1982
19. Health Hazards, 1980-1981
20. “Important Miscellaneous”, 1974-1983
21. Industry Reaction, 1972-1980
22. Industry Reaction, 1981-1984
23. Industry Techniques, 1970-1982
24. Keep America Beautiful, 1968, 1974-1975
25. Legislative Materials, 1971-1980 26. "Beer Wholesalers Foam Over Governor's 'Nickel Bill,'" Legislative Gazette, 22 February 1994

Box 2
Folder

1. Legislative Materials, 1981-1984
2. Litter, 1976-1984
3. Litter, Memorandums, 1974-1980
4. Litter, Memorandums, 1981
5. Litter, Memorandums, 1982-1984
6. Litter, Tax, 1982
7. Local Deposit Ordinance, 1973-1980
8. Local Deposit Ordinance, 1981-1982
9. Maine, 1973-1981
10. Milk Cartons, 1988-1992
11. National Legislation, 1973-1987
12. New York City Litter Abatement Bill (TLC), 1982
13. New York Public Interest Research Group, Inc., 1974-1980
14. New York State, 1978-1984

Box 3
Folder

1. New York State Litter Abatement Bill, 1980-1982
2. News Clippings, 1978-1982
3. News Clippings, 1980-1981
4. News Clippings, 1980-1982
5. News Clippings, 1980-1982
6. News Clippings, 1982-1984
7. Notebook, Unidentified, undated
8. Original Copies, 1975, 1981-1982
9. Other States, 1973-1986
10. Other States, Iowa, 1978-1980
11. Other States, Maine, 1979
12. Other States, Massachusetts, 1979-1982
13. Other States, Michigan, 1978-1980
14. Other States, Michigan, 1981
15. Overall Perspective, 1973-1979
16. Overall Perspective, 1980-1982
17. Overall Perspective, undated
18. Pennsylvania, 1975-1981
19. Plastics, 1972-1979
20. Plastics, 1980-1986
21. Promotional Material, 1975-1983
22. Public Opinion, 1973-1975, 1978, 1982

Box 4
Folder

1. Recycling, 1981-1982
2. References, 1975-1980
3. Retailers, 1975, 1978, 1985
4. Solid Waste, 1971-1983
5. State Liquor Authority, 1975, 1978, 1982
6. Strategy Ideas, 1973-1983
7. Testimony, 1974-1979
8. Testimony, 1980-1984
9. Unions, 1979-1982
10. Vermont, 1973-1977
11. Inconspicious Consumption, G.O. Koppell, 1981 12. Moreland Act Commission on the Returnable Container Act, 1990
13. The New York Returnable Beverage Container Law: The First Year, 1995
14. Economic and Environmental Impacts of Hoosier Bottle Bill, T. Wathen, 1977


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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 4: Energy, 1970-1994

Box 1
Folder

1. Alternative Energy, 1984-1986
2. Alternative Energy, Anderson 15 Point Bill (SG438), 1985
3. Appliance Efficiency, New York State, 1983-1992
4. Article VIII, Power Pool Siting Guide, 1976, 1979, 1983
5. Chernobyl, 1979-1980, 1986-1987
6. Chernobyl Clippings, 1986-1988
7. Citizen, Utility, 1983-1985
8. Clippings, General, 1978, 1985-1988
9. Coal, 1978-1982
10. Coal, Conservation, Acid Precipitation Testimony on 86061, 1983
11. Coal, Conservation, General Information, 1975, 1981-1985
12. Coal, Conservation, Legislation, 1981-1983
13. Coal, Conservation, Niagara Mohawk Glenmont Plant, 1982
14. Coal, Conservation and SO2 Emissions, 1976, 1979-1983
15. Coal, Conservation Testimony, January 27, 1982
16. Coal, Conservation Testimony, August 17, 1982
17. Coal, New York State, SO2 Emissions Policy, Testimony, 1983
18. Cogeneration, 1982-1983, 1988-1989
19. Conservation, Bills, 1979-1981
20. Conservation Case #28223, 1982
21. Conservation Case #28223, 1983
22. Conservation Case #28223, 1984-1988
23. Clean Energy Pledge, undated

Box 2
Folder

1. Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program, 1981
2. Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program, 1982
3. Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program, 1983
4. Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program, 1984
5. Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program, 1985, 1988
6. Conservation, New York State Legislation, 1981-1989
7. Consumption, 1979-1982, 1988
8. Conversion Alternatives, 1994-1995
9. Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency, 1978-1982
10. Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency, 1983-1985
11. Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency, January-April, 1986
12. Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency, May-December, 1986-1987
13. Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency, n.d
14. Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency, Regulations and General Information,
1980-1987
15. Department of Energy, California Appliance Efficiency Standards, 1981, 1983
16. Department of Energy, California Appliance Efficiency Standards, 1984
17. Department of Energy, California Appliance Efficiency Standards, 1985, 1987
18. Energy Advocates Coalition, 1983-1985
19. Energy Advocates Coalition, 1984, 1986
20. Energy Conservation, 1984-1991
21. Energy Films and Publications, 1975-1984

Box 3
Folder

1. Environmental Conservation, Hazardous Substance Remediation Responsibility Act (ECRA), 1987
2. Exxon Overcharge Money, 1986, 1988
3. Food Irradiation, 1981-1985
4. Food Irradiation, 1986
5. Food Irradiation, 1987-1989
6. Food Irradiation, 1988-1989
7. Food Irradiation, n.d
8. Food Irradiation, News Clippings, 1985-1988
9. Future Electric Needs Case, 1986, 1987
10. General Information, 1978-1982
11. General Information, 1983-1986
12. General Information, 1987
13. Great Lakes, 1984-1986
14. Great Lakes, 1987
15. Great Lakes, 1988
16. Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Act (HIECA), General Information, 1983-1984
17. Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Act (HIECA), General Information, 1984-1987
18. Hydro Power, 1980-1984
19. Hydro Power, 1985-1989
20. Hydro, River Protection and Small Power Production Act, 1987
21. Jobs and the Environment, 1991
22. Irradiated Food, Miscellaneous, 1987-1989
23. How to Save Energy and Money in Your Home, undated
24. How Congress Voted on Energy and the Environment, 1983-1984

Box 4
Folder

1. James Bay, Correspondence, 1990-1991
2. James Bay, Correspondence, 1992-1993
3. James Bay, Fact Sheets, 1990
4. James Bay, Legislation, 1990-1993
5. James Bay, New York State Planning Report, 1991
6. James Bay, Prudent Residents Opposed to Electric Cable Transmission (PROTECT), 1990-1992
7. James Bay, Prudent Residents Opposed to Electric Cable Transmission (PROTECT), 1992-1993
8. James Bay, Reports, 1982-1992
9. James Bay, Testimony, 1992
10. Kerosene Heaters, 1979-1984

Box 5
Folder

1. Landfill Gas Recovery, 1994-1995
2. Least Cost Energy, 1986
3. Liquefied Natural Gas, 1978, 1984, 1987
4. Long Range Planning, 1983-1984
5. Long Range Planning, 1985-1987
6. Natural Gas, 1984-1993
7. Natural Gas Buses in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), New York City Transit Bus Fleet, Final Report, 1996
8. Natural Gas Buses, Steering Committee, Final Report, 1996
9. New York State Research and Development Authority, 1981-1990
10. Nuclear, Consultants, 1987
11. Nuclear, Decommissioning, 1987
12. Nuclear, Department of Health, Monitoring Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1980-1988
13. Nuclear, Emergency Planning, 1986-1987
14. Nuclear, Financial Incentive Mechanism for Nuclear Plant Safety, 1987
15. Nuclear, General Information, 1978-1989
16. Nuclear, Global Radiation Victims, 1987-1988
17. Nuclear, Global Warming and Nuclear Power, 1988
18. Nuclear, News Clippings, 1982-1988
19. Nuclear, Shoreham, 1983-1985
20. Nuclear, Shoreham, 1986-1988
21. Nuclear, Super Collider, 1986-1988
22. Nuclear, Three Mile Island, 1985-1987
23. Nuclear Transportation, 1980-1983
24. Nuclear, Transportation, 1984-1988
25. Nuclear Weapons, 1982-1986
26. Niagra Mohawk, 1993
27. Non-Ionizing Radiation, 1992
28. Pace Energy Project, 1991
29. Small Business Energy Efficiency Program, undated

Box 6
Folder

1. Oil, 1974, 1979-1987
2. Oil and Gas Drilling, 1976-1987
3. Oil and Gas, Jamestown, New York, Hearing, 1985
4. Planning, 1984-1985
5. Power Authority of the State of New York, 1970-1974
6. Power Authority of the State of New York, 1975-1982
7. Power Authority of the State of New York, 1983
8. Power Authority of the State of New York, 1984-1986
9. Public Citizen, Price-Anderson Act, 1987
10. Public Power, 1982-1985
11. Public Power, 1986-1987
12. Public Power Panel, Long Island, 1986-1991
13. Public Service Commission (PSC), Reform Network, 1987-1988
14. Rochester Gas and Electric, Gina Station, 1986
15. Solar Letter, Copies and Masters, 1981
16. Solar Matrix, 1982
17. Solar Tax Credit, 1985
18. Solar, Tax Credits, New York State and Federal, 1978-1987
19. Solar, Tax Credits, Other States,
20. State Energy Master Plan I, 1979
21. State Energy Master Plan II, 1981
22. State Energy Master Plan II, 1981-1982

Box 7
Folder

1. State Energy Master Plan II, 1982
2. State Energy Master Plan III, 1983-1985, 1988
3. State Energy Master Plan, Environmental Planning Testimony, 1981
4. State Energy Office, 1981-1988
5. State Energy Office Review, 1985-1986
6. Transmission Lines, 1974-1978, 1983
7. Transmission Lines, 1978-1981
8. Transmission Lines, 1982-1988
9. Uranium Mining, 1981-1983, 1989
10. Vermont Comprehensive Energy Plan, 1991
11. Wind, 1977, 1980-1982, 1988
12. Wood Power Plants, Small Power Production, 1984-1986
13. State Energy Plan, Contents of the 1994 Draft PTO, 1994
14. Hydro-Quebec, Economic Study, 1992
15. Hydro-Quebec, Economic Study, Draft Appendices, 1992
16. Hydro-Quebec, Final Generic Environmental Review, 1993


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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 5: Funding, 1972-1995

Box 1
Folder

1. Bond Act, Others, 1973-1985
2. Clean Water, Clean Air Bond Act, 1996-1997
3. Environmental Bond Act, 1972, 1985-1986
4. Environmental Bond Act, 1-800 BOND ACT, 1986
5. Environmental Bond Act, Activists, 1986
6. Environmental Bond Act, Albany, NY, 1986
7. Environmental Bond Act, Brownfields Programs, 1996, no date
8. Environmental Bond Act, Buffalo, NY, 1986
9. Environmental Bond Act, Capital District Coalition, 1986
10. Environmental Bond Act, Clean Fueled Vehicles for New York State, 1998
11. Environmental Bond Act, Clippings, 1975-1979
12. Environmental Bond Act, Clippings, Originals, 1983-1986
13. Environmental Bond Act, Contact List, 1986
14. Environmental Bond Act, Correspondence, 1985-1986
15. Environmental Bond Act, Correspondence, 1986
16. Environmental Bond Act, Correspondence, Broome County, 1986
17. Environmental Bond Act, Dam Safety and Flood Control, 1997-1998
18. Environmental Bond Act, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), 1986-1987
19. Environmental Bond Act, Draft Criteria, 1996
20. Environmental Bond Act, Endorsements, 1985-1986
21. Environmental Bond Act, Flyers, 1986
22. Environmental Bond Act, Forest Preserves, 1986
23. Environmental Bond Act, Fulton, NY, 1982, 1986
24. Environmental Bond Act, Goals and Objectives, 1986
25. Environmental Bond Act, Green Apple Coalition, 1986
26. Environmental Bond Act, Hearing Testimony, 1986
27. Environmental Bond Act, Historic Preservation
28. Environmental Bond Act, Implementation, Department of Conservation, 1986-1987
29. Environmental Bond Act, Implementation, Environmental Planning Lobby Committee, 1986-1987
30. Environmental Bond Act, Land Acquisitions, 1982-1986
31. Environmental Bond Act, Legislation, 1985-1986
32. Environmental Bond Act, Legislation, 1986
33. Environmental Bond Act, Media, circa1986

Box 2
Folder

1. Environmental Bond Act, Miscellaneous, 1986
2. Environmental Bond Act, Miscellaneous, 1996-1998
3. Environmental Bond Act, Miscellaneous Notes, circa 1996-1998
4. Environmental Bond Act, Nassau, NY, 1986
5. Environmental Bond Act, News Clippings, 1986
6. Environmental Bond Act, Originals, 1986
7. Environmental Bond Act, Press, 1986
8. Environmental Bond Act, Program #130, 1996
9. Environmental Bond Act, Requests for Transcripts, 1986
10. Environmental Bond Act, Rochester, NY, 1986
11. Environmental Bond Act, Suffolk, NY, 1986
12. Environmental Bond Act, Superfund, Environmental Planning Lobby, 1986
13. Environmental Bond Act, Superfund, Other, 1985-1986
14. Environmental Bond Act, Support for Act, 1986
15. Environmental Bond Act, Syracuse, NY, 1986
16. Environmental Bond Act, Testimony, 1985
17. Environmental Bond Act, Unions, 1986
18. Environmental Bond Act, Wastewater Treatment, 1999
19. Environmental Bond Act, Water Quality Improvements, 1997-1998
20. Environmental Protection Fund, 1990-1992
21. Environmental Protection Fund, 1992
22. Environmental Protection Fund, Handouts, 1992
23. Environmental Quality Bond Act, 1990
24. Environmental Quality Bond Act, Governor’s Program, 1986
25. Environmental Quality Bond Act, Miscellaneous, undated
26. Environmental Quality Bond Act, Summary, 1986
27. Environmental Trust Fund, Originals, 1991-1992
28. Guide to the Bond Act, 1996
29. The Hidden Price Tags, 1995


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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 6: Hazardous Waste, 1972-1995

Box 1
Folder

1. Articles, 1990-1991
2. Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, 1973-1980-1984
3. Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, 1985-1988
4. Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Case Studies and News Clippings, 1972-1985
5. Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Correspondence, 1983
6. Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Petroleum Bulk Storage, 1985-1988
7. Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Proposed Legislation and Comments, 1973-1985
8. Citizen Participation Plan, 1988
9. Chlorine Dioxide (Papers Bleaching) 1976, 1988, 1996, 1993-1994
10. Coalition Support and Membership, 1983-1984
11. Dioxin Press Release, 1995
12. Disposal, 1984
13. Disposal, 1989-1991
14. “Disposable Consumer Items: The Overlooked Mercury Pollution Problem”, 1981
15. Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report, 1982-1985
16. Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report, 1989
17. Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report, 1990
18. Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report, 1991
19. Facilities, Reports, 1984
20. Facilities, Reports, 1985
21. Facilities Siting Plan, 1989
22. Facilities Task Force, Reports, 1981-1983
23. Facilities Task Force, Siting, 1984-1986
24. Federal Superfund, 1981-1984
25. Federal Superfund, 1985-1987
26. Hazardous Packing, Correspondence, 1992
27. Hazardous Packing, Legislation, 1992-1993
28. Hazardous Packing, Regulations, Exemptions, 1992
29. Hazardous Substances, Accident Prevention, 1989
30. Health Monitoring, Correspondence and Memorandums, 1984-1987
31. Household Hazards, Fact Sheet, n.d
32. Household Toxins, 1986-1988
33. Incineration, 1991
34. Inactive Hazardous Waste Sites, 1989
35. Herbicides, Ecological Effects, 1979-1986
36. Hazardous Waste Sites, 1988

Box 2
Folder

1. Incineration and Alternative Disposal Techniques, 1979-1982
2. Incineration and Alternative Disposal Techniques, 1983-1985
3. Infectious Waste, Reports, 1989
4. Land Burials, 1978-1984
5. Lead, 1987-1988, 1991-1993
6. Legislation, Bills, 1984-1989
7. Liability, 1985, 1989
8. Love Canal, 1980, 1983-1984, 1988
9. Love Canal, 1987, 1989
10. Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1987-1989
11. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Aid to Local Governments, 1985-1989
12. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Argument States’ Rights, 1987
13. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Baseline Health, 1989
14. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Below Regulatory Concern, 1986-1989
15. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Bibliography, 1989
16. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Blue Mountain Lake Conference, 1987
17. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Candidate Area Report, 1988
18. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Compact, 1955, 1983-1988
19. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Concern of Churches, New York State, 1987-1989
20. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Contracts for NYLLRW Disposal, 1988-1989
21. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Decommissioning, 1983
22. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, 1978-1989
23. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Above Ground, 1987-1989
24. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technologies, From Firms, 1983-1984
25. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, General Information, 1982, 1985-1988
26. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Incineration, 1983-1989
27. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Land Burial, 1983
28. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Mines, 1987-1989
29. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Monitoring, n.d
30. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Salt Storage, 1981
31. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Volunteer Sites, 1989
32. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Emergency Access, Nuclearn Information and Resource Service, 1988-1989
33. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Environmental Impact, 1988-1989
34. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Essential Goals, 1984-1988
35. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Exclusionary Report, Executive Summary, 1988
36. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Federal Legislation, 1985
37. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Federal Rules and Regulations, 1987
38. Low Level Radioactive Waste, General Information, 1979, 1987-1988
39. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Generators and Industry, 1979, 1983-1984, 1989
40. Low Level Radioactive Waste, “Go it Alone,” 1988
41. Low Level Radioactive, Waste Disposal Facilities, 1982

Box 3
Folder

1. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Interim Storage, 1979, 1983-1989, 1993
2. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Legislation, Proposed Bills, 1989
3. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Legislation, Siting Law, 1985-1986
4. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Liability for Cleanup, 1987
5. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Miscellaneous, 1993
6. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Miscellaneous, 1994-1995
7. Low Level Radioactive Waste, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, 1985-1988
8. Low Level Radioactive waste, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority Advisory Council, n.d
9. Low Level Radioactive Waste, New York State Low Level Waste Group, 1989
10. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Notes, 1985-1988
11. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 1979-1987
12. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other Legislation, 1982-1983
13. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Arkansas, 1983
14. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, California, 1987
15. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, General, 1987-1988
16. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Illinois, 1985-1989
17. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Maine, n.d
18. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Massachusetts, 1986
19. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Midwest Compact, 1980-1989
20. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Nebraska, 1988-1989
21. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, New Jersey, 1984
22. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, North Carolina, n.d
23. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Pennsylvania, 1984-1986
24. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Pennsylvania, 1987-1988
25. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Texas, 1988
26 Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Vermont, 1986-1989
27. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Past Years, 1983-1986
28. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Policy, Memorandums, 1983-1989
29. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Public Information, 1979, 1987-1989
30. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Public Information, Sitting Committee, 1988-1989
31. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Redefinition of Low Level Waste, 1980, 1984-1989
32. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Site Selection Plans, undated
33. Low Level Radioactive Waste, State Rules and Regulations, 1974, 1986, 1988
34. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Study Bill, Law, and Report, 1983
35. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Study, Law, Bill, and Reports, 1989
36. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Status Reports 1988, 1990
37. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Storage Study, 1993

Box 4
Folder

1. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Testimony, 1980-1988
2. Low Level Radioactive Waste, West Valley, 1979-1985
3. Low Level Radioactive Waste, West Valley, 1986-1987
4. Low Level Radioactive Waste, West Valley Publications, 1988
5. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Zero Risk Reduction, 1988
6. New York State, General Information, 1979-1986
7. New York State, Hazardous Waste Management, 1978-1983
8. New York State, Hazardous Waste Management 1984-1989
9. New York State, Regulations, 1981-1983
10. New York State Sites, 1986
11. Nitrilotriacetic Acid (NTA), 1984
12. Oil Spills, News Clippings, 1988
13. Other States, 1979-1985
14. Petroleum, Miscellaneous, 1989
15. Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB’s), 1975, 1980-1985
16. Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB), Fish, Hudson River, 1985-1988
17. Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB), Fish, Hudson River, 1988-1989
18. Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB’s), Hudson River Reclamation Project, 1976-1981
19. Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB’s), Hudson River Reclamation Project, 1982-1986
20. Radioactive Waste Campaign Literature, 1980-1989
21. Radioactive Waste Dump, News Clippings, 1989
22. “Radon: Risk, Reality and Reason”, 1990
23. Regulations, Comments and Publication List, 1992
24. Remediation, Correspondence and Memorandums, 1989-1991
25. Remediation, Fact Sheets, undated
26. Remediation, Legislation, Bills, 1989
27. A Primer on Brownfields in New York State, undated
28. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, 1989

Box 5
Folder

1. Remediation, Reports, 1985-1987
2. Remediation, Reports, 1994
3. Remediation, Statues, n.d
4. Remediation, Testimony, 1984
5. Reports, 1982-1988
6. Reports, 1989-
7. Reports, 1989-1990
8. Reports, 1991
9. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), 1978-1985
10. “Revised Draft New York State Hazardous Waste Facility Siting Plan and 21, Environmental Impact Statement”, 1989
11. Siting, 1984
12. Siting, 1985-1986
13. Siting, General Information, 1979-1981
14. Siting, General Information, 1982-1984
15. Siting, New York State Hazardous Waste Facilities, General Environmental Impact Statement (GEIS) Background, 1979
16. Siting, New York State Hazardous Waste Facility, General Environmental Impact Statement (GEIS), Testimony, 1981, 1985
17. Siting, New York Short-Term Solution, 1980-1982
18. Siting, Part 361 Draft Siting Regulatory Testimony (1/81). 1980-1981
19. Small Generators, 1976-1985
20. Small Generators, 1986
21. Source Reduction, 1980-1987
22. Silicon Valley Toxics Action, 1994

Box 6
Folder

1. State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES), 1980-1982
2. State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES), 1983-1985
3. Statute of Limitation, Bills, Memos, and Fact Sheets, 1982-1984
4. Statute of Limitations, Bills, Memos, and Fact Sheets, 1985-1986
5. Statute of Limitations, General Information, 1982-1984
6. Statute of Limitations, General Information, 1985-1986
7. Statute of Limitations, News Clippings, 1981-1986
8. Strict Liability, 1983-1986
9. Subcommittee on Hazardous Waste
10. Superfund, 1983-1991
11. Superfund, 1990-1991
12. Superfund, Assembly Hearing, Hempstead, New York, 1984
13. Superfund, Clippings, 1984-1986
14. Superfund, Management Board, 1983-1984
15. Superfund, New York State, 1982-1983
16. Superfund, New York State, 1984-1987
17. Superfund, New York State Reports, 1982-1984
18. Superfund, Other States, 1980-1983
19. Superlien, 1981-1985
20. Testimony and Reports, 1984, 1988
21. Testimony, Superfund Management Board, 1984, 1983-1984
22. Toxics, Asbestos, 1978-1983
23. Superfund Enforcement Performance, 1990

Box 7
Folder

1. Toxics, Asbestos, 1984-1989
2. Toxics, Asbestos, Reports, 1985-1991
3. Toxics, Cancer and Health, 1975-1981
4. Toxics, Cancer and Health, 1982-1988
5. Toxics, Chemical Release, Clippings, 1985-1987
6. Toxics, Chemical Release, General Information, 1975-1982
7. Toxics, Chemical Release, General Information, 1983-1989
8. Toxics, Chemical Release, General Information, 1985-1988
9. Toxics, Chemical Release, Legislation, 1985-1987
10. Toxics, Chemical Releases, Reports, 1983-1987
11. Toxics, Clippings, 1985-1989
12. Toxics, Community Right to Know, 1979, 1983-1987
13. Toxics, Crimes, 1984-1985
14. Toxics, Crimes, 1986-1988
15. Toxics, Dioxins, 1979, 1981-1984
16. Toxics, Dioxins, 1985-1987
17. Toxics, Enforcement, 1983-1985
18. Toxics, Federal Regulations (not RCRA or TSCA), 1979-1983
19. Toxics, Chlorine, 1994
20. Toxics, Chemical Sensitivity, 1995
21. Toxics, Breast Cancer and the Environment: The Chlorine Connection, 1992
22. Toxics, Fairways 1994
23. Toxics, Local Solutions to Toxic Pollution, 1993

Box 8
Folder

1. Toxics, Financial Assurance Testimony, April 20, 1982
2. Toxic Fires, 1982-1985
3. Toxics In Your Community, 1984, 1986
4. Toxics, Methylcyclopentadienyl Manganese Tricarbonyl (MMT), 1985, 1993-1994
5. Toxic Pollutants, 1990-1992
6. Toxic Pollution, 1983, 1988-1989
7. Toxic Substance Control Act, 1986-1983
8. Toxics, Underground Storage Tanks, 1987-1989
9. Transportation, n.d
10. Transportation of, 1981, 1986-1987
11. Underground Petroleum Storage, Legislation, 1991
12. Underground Petroleum Storage, Reports, I, 1990-1991
13. Underground Petroleum Storage, Reports, II, 1988-1991
14. Waste Disposal, General, 1979-1983
15. Waste Disposal, General, 1984-1989
16. Waste Oil, 1982-1985
17. Workers Right to Know, 1979-1985
18. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Protections for New York State, Volume 1, 1994
19. Low Level Radioactive Waste, Protections for New York State, Volume 2, 1994
20. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 1992
21. Cortland County Lowe Level Radioactive Waste Office, Press Release, 1994
22. Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology: Studies and Test Systems and Publications, 1990
23. Toxic Chemical Accidents in New York State, 1985-1990
24. Cancer Incidence by County, Volume I, 1982
25. Cancer Incidence by County, Volume II, 1982
26. Cancer Facts and Figures, 1991
27. Environmental Pollution Cases Deep Concern, 1985


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Subseries 7: Land Use, 1967-2000

Box 1
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1. Acquisition Bill, undated
2. Agriculture, Correspondence, 1988-1989
3. Agriculture, Legislation, 1990
4. Agriculture, Reports, n.d
5. Agriculture, Testimony, 1991
6. Anti-speculation Bill, 1989
7. Conserving Open Space in New York State, 1989, 1991-1992
8. Dolan, Farm Protection, 19941
9. Farmland Preservation, 1989, 1991 10. Farmland Preservation, 1979-1987
11. Farmland Preservation, 1988-2000
12. Floodplain Management, 1975-1983
13. General Information, 1974-1983
14. General Information, 1986-1988
15. Greenbelt, 1981-1983, 1988
16. Hudson River Valley Greenway, 1988-1991
17. Land Acquisition, General Information and Reports, 1986-1991
18. Land Acquisition, Memoranda, 1989-1990
19. Land Acquisition, Notes and News Clippings, 1989-1991
20. Land Management, Miscellaneous, 1989
21. Land Trusts, 1987
22. Land Use Law Reporter, 1993-1995
23. Land Use, Transportation and Air Quality, 1991-1994
24. Microwave Towers, 1987
25. Minnesota, 1982, 1990, 1993
26. Miscellaneous, 1989
27. Miscellaneous, 1991-1994
28. New York State Law, 1994
29. Noise, General Information, 1975-1990
30. Open Space, 1988-1992
31. Open Space, Legislation, n.d
32. Open Space, Towers and Traffic, 1985-1994

Box 2
Folder

1. Other States, 1990-1992
2. Pace University, 1993
3. Pesticides, 1985-1992
4. Pine Barrens, 1985-1987
5. Planning, 1991-1994
6. Plans, 1992
7. Preservation, 1988-1991
8. Property Tax Exemption, 1979, 1987-1988
9. Real Estate Transfer Tax, 1987
10. Reform, Reports, 1992
11. Soil and Water Conservation, 1974, 1980, 1982
12. Tower Bills, 1987-1989
13. Transfer of Development Rights, 1978, 1980-1986
14. Transportation Planning, 1993
15. Yard Use, 1991-1993
16. Toward a Long-Term Strategy for Farmland Protection and Soil and Water Conservation in New York, 2000
17. Albany Urban Cultural Park, 1990
18. Agriculture and the Environment: A Convergence of Interest, 1988
19. Community Planning: Plans and Projects, undated
20. Land Use Planning for the Adirondack Park, undated
21. A North Cascades National Park for America’s Alps, 1967


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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 8: Lead, 1987-1994

Box 1
Folder

1. Abatement, 1992-1993
2. Abatement Training Course, 1992-1993
3. Advisory Council, 1993
4. Background Information, Reports, 1990-1992
5. Bronx Legal Services, 1991-1992
6. California Industry Tax for Lead, 1993
7. Childhood Lead Poisoning, 1993-1994
8. Coalition for a Lead Free New York, 1992
9. Coalition for a Lead Free New York, 1992-1993
10. Coalition for a Lead Free New York, 1994
11. Coalition for a Lead Free New York, Directory, 1993
12. Coalition for a Lead Free New York, Membership List, 1993
13. Commercial Insurance, 1993
14. Correspondence, 1990-1994
15. Correspondence, 1991-1993
16. County Screening, 1992
17. Department of Health, Draft Screening Ruler, 1993
18. Department of Health, Part 67-Z, Lead Regulations, 1993
19. Drinking Water, 1992, 1993
20. Fact Sheets, 1989-1993
21. Federal Testimony, 1991
22. Figurines, 1992
23. Forum, Albany, 1993
24. Forum, Binghamton, 1992-1993
25. Forum, Buffalo, 1992-1993
26. Forum, Long Island, 1993
27. Get the Lead Out, New York Public Interest Research Group Handbook for Lead Poisoning Prevention, 1995
28. Grant Foundations and Proposals, 1994, n.d
29. Hearing, Brooklyn, NY, 1993
30. Housing and Urban Development Money, 1992-1993
31. Insurance Testimony, 1990-1992
32. Lead Alliance Conference, 1991, 1993
33. Lead Alliance Conference, 1994
34. Lead Alliance Conference, 1994 undated
35. Lead Alliance Conference, undated
36. Lead Alliance Conference, Notebook, 1994

Box 2
Folder

1. Lead Based Paint Hazard Control Grant Program, 1994
2. Lead Conference, 1991-1992
3. Lead Poisoning, 1988, 1992-1993
4. Lead Poisoning, 1994
5. Lead Poisoning, New York Laws, Bills, EPL/Coalition Efforts, 1990-1991
6. Lead Poisoning, Other States, Legislation, Resources, Law, 1987-1988, 1991
7. Lead Poisoning, Scientific Studies and Reports, 1990-1991
8. Lead Poisoning, Scientific Studies and Reports, 1991-1992
9. Lead Poisoning, Scientific Studies and Reports, 1993
10. Lead Poisoning Conference, 1991
11. Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan, 1992-1993
12. Lead Poisoning Prevention Coalition, Correspondence from Other Organizations, 1990-1992
13. Lead Pumps, 1994
14. Legislation, 1987-1991
15. Lobbying File, 1985-1994
16. Lobbying File (A.11670/S.8559), 1992
17. Miscellaneous, 1984, 1986, 1990-1992
18. Miscellaneous, 1994
19. New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Council, 1994
20. New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Council, 1995
21. New York State Legislative Committee on Toxic Substances Hearings, Lead Abatement Worker Training, 1993-1994
22. Notes and Clippings, 1991
23. Playgrounds, 1993
24. Press Conference, 1993

Box 3
Folder

1. Reports, 1988
2. Reports, 1990-1991, 1993
3. Report, “The Public Health Issue of the 1990’s: The Lead Hazard,” 1993
4. Report, “The Public Health Issue of the 1990’s: The Lead Hazard,” 1993
5. Robert Sterling Clark, Grant, 1992
6. Safe Houses, 1994
7. Testimony, 1990-1993
8. Worker Training Legislation, 1993-1994
9. Resource Guide for Lead-Based Paint Clean-Up, undated
10. A Technical Manual on Lead, 1994
11. Legislation, Lead, 1992
12. Legislation, Lead, 1992
13. Legislation, Lead, 1992
14. Legislation, Lead, 1993
15. Legislation, Lead, 1993
16. Ban on Lead-Soldered Cans, 1993


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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 9: Miscellaneous, 1973-2004

Box 1
Folder

1. Assembly Hearing, “The Future of Environmental Programs in New York State,” 1995
2. Assembly Hearing, “Regulatory Reform/Continuing Departmental Oversight,” 1995
3. Campaign Contributions, Legislative, 1982-1989
4. Cancer, Reports and Statistics, 1985-1992
5. Casino Gambling, General Information, 1984-1986
6. Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Letters from Coalition Members, 1991-1992
7. Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Miscellaneous Material, 1987-1991
8. Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Reply Forms, 1991
9. Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Reply Forms, Legislation, 1991
10. Citizen Suits, Articles for Newsletter, undated
11. Citizen Suits, Bills and Historical, 1974-1987
12. Citizen Suits, General Information, 1973-1986
13. Citizen Suits, General Information, 1986-1987
14. Citizen Suits, General Information, 1988-1991
15. Citizen Suits, Legislation, Bills, 1989-1991
16. Citizen Suits, Legislation, Correspondence, 1987-1989
17. Citizen Suits, Legislation, Fact Sheet, undated
18. Citizen Suits, Legislation, Memoranda, 1985-1992
19. Citizen Suits, Other States, 1991
20. Citizen Suits, Pedone Demolition Site, 1985-1992
21. Citizen Suits, Reports, 1988, 1992
22. Citizens Protection Act Legislation, 1975-1983
23. Citizens Protection Act Legislation, Including Other States, 1985-1986
24. Conservation Corps, General Information, 1982-1983
25. Conservation Easements, Easement Legislation, 1981-1983
26. Conservation Easements, Easement Legislation, 1984-1988
27. Conservation Easements, General Information, 1976-1979, 1982-1988

Box 2
Folder

1. Cost Benefit Analysis, Department of Environmental Conservation, Department of Health Meeting, October 3, 1995
2. Cost Benefit Analysis, GORR Regulations, 1995
3. Cost Benefit Analysis, Risk Assessment, 1992, 1995
4. Department of Environmental Conservation, Annual Reports, 1974, 1984-1987
5. Department of Environmental Conservation, Environmental Board, 1984-1985
6. Department of Environmental Conservation, Environmental Management Councils, 1973, 1982-1984
7. Department of Environmental Conservation, Emergency Permits, 1986
8. Department of Environmental Conservation, General Information, 1981-1989
9. Department of Environmental Conservation, Legislative Proposals, 1981-1984
10. Department of Environmental Conservation, Miscellaneous Legislation, 1985-1989
11. Department of Environmental Conservation, News Clippings, 1983-1987
12. Department of Environmental Conservation, News Releases, 1985-1986
13. Department of Environmental Conservation, Uniform Procedures Testimony, 1981
14. Department of Health, Environmental Health, 1978, 1982-1984
15. Department of Health, Health Monitoring at Superfund Sites, 1984-1985
16. Dole/Johnson Regulatory Reform, 1995
17. Environmental Economics, General Information, 1980-1988
18. Environmental Health, 1988-1994
19. Environmental Regulation and Reform (S.3683), 1995
20. Global Warming, Bills and Fact Sheet, 1992
21. Governor George E. Pataki: Environmental Protection Transition Committee, Draft Proposals, 1994
22. Health Surveys, General Information, 1985-1988
23. Health Surveys, Medical Monitoring, 1988
24. Historic Preservation, General Information, 1984-1986
25. Historic Preservation League, 1978-1979, 1983-1984
26. Insurance, 1985
27. Insurance, 1986
28. Insurance, 1986
29. League of Conservation Voters, 1973-1974, 1982
30. Legislative Activity, Week of April 26, 1999
31. Legislative Activity, Week of May 3, 1999

Box 3
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1. Legislative Activity, Week of May 3, 1999
2. Legislative Activity, Week of May 10, 1999
3. Legislative Activity, Week of May 17, 1999
4. Legislative Activity, Week of May 17, 1999
5. Legislative Activity, Week of May 24, 1999
6. Legislative Activity, Week of May 24, 1999
7. Legislative Activity, Week of June 1, 1999
8. Legislative Activity, Week of June 1, 1999
9. Legislative Activity, Week of June 7, 1999
10. Legislative Activity, Week of June 7, 1999
11. Legislative Activity, Week of June 7, 1999
12. Legislative Activity, Week of June 7, 1999
13. Legislative Activity, Week of June 21, 1999
14. Legislative Activity, Week of July 12, 1999
15. Legislative Activity, Week of July 19, 1999
16. Legislative Activity, Week of August 2, 1999
17. Legislative District Information, 1981-1983

Box 4
Folder

1. Native Americans, 1985
2. News Clippings, Canvassers, 1988-1989
3. Noise Pollution, 1983, 1987-1989
4. Omnibus Regulatory Reform, (S. 3682), 1995-1996
5. Pollution Prevention, 1993-1995
6. Post Consumer Content of Paper, 1993-1995
7. Product Liability, 1987-1990
8. Public Service Commission, 1981-1986
9. Public Service Commission, 1987
10. Regulatory Reform Issues, 1994-1995
11. Risk Assessment, (S. 5099), 1995
12. Risk Assessment, General Information, 1983-1984
13. Risk Assessment, General Information, 1985
14. Salt and Sand, General Information, 1985-1990
15. Senate Committee, Albany Update, 1986-1987
16. Senate Committee, Albany Update, 1987-1988
17. Senate Committee, Albany Update, Labels, 1986
18. Senate Committee, Energy, New York State Senate Standing Committee on Energy, 1988-1989
19. Senate Committee, Environmental Conservation, 1988-1989
20. Senate Committee, Finance, 1988-1989
21. Court Cases, 1988-1989
22. Environment Conference, 1997
23. Environmental Business Association of New York State Inc., 1995
24. Environmental Defense Fund, 1987-1988
25. Failed Promises: New York State Agencies Environmental Record, 1991
26. Environment Solidarity, 1990-1991
27. Let’s Get to Work, 1993
28. New Ideas in Communications, 1994
29. News Clippings, 1993
30. Hudson Valley Town Meeting on the Environment, 1996
31. Programs and Protections for Senior Citizens, undated
32. The Region that Works, 1993
33. Sweeney, T., Endangered Agency, 2004
34. Weather Charts, 1993
35. Crime and Justice, Annual Report, 1988
36. Mini Microcomputer Complaint, 1993
37. League of Conservation Voters, 1984-1990
38. Liability Insurance can be the Aspirin for Environmental Headaches, 1990


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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 10: Parks and Wilderness, 1977-1999

Box 1
Folder

1. Adirondack Council, 1983-1985
2. Adirondack Council, 1986-1989
3. Adirondack Council, 2020 Vision Fulfilling the Promise of the Adirondack Park Volume 2, 1990
4. Adirondack Council News Clippings, 1989
5. Assocaition for the Protection of the Adirondacks, Annual Report, 1983
6. Adirondack, General Information, 1977-1987
7. Adriondacks Mountain Club, 1983-1985
8. Adirondack Park Agency, News Rebates, 1983- 1984
9. Adirondack Park Agency, Correspondence, 1983-1992
10. Land Use, Developing News Clippings, 1984-1993
11. Land Use News Clippings, 1989
12. Land Use, News Clippings 1989-1990
13. Miscellaneous, 1989
14. News Clippings, 1989
15. Reports and Background Information, 1980-1990
16. Reports and Background Information, 1991-1995
17. All Terrain Vehicles, 1985-1987
18. Catskills, Bill, 1985
19. Catskills, General Information, 1972-1984
20. Catskills, General Information, 1984-1988
21. Catskills, Sales, 1984-1985
22. Forests, Deforestation, Fact Sheets, undated
23. Forests, Division of Lands and Forests, Management Structure, 1983
24. Forests, Division of Lands and Forests, Reports, 1981-1986
25. Forests, New York Relief, undated
26. Forests, Taxation, 1975-1978
27. Pine Barrens, 1990-1992
28. Rain Forests, Fact Sheet, undated

Box 2
Folder

1. Rain Forests, Legislation, 1991
2. Rain Forests, News Releases, 1991
3. Rain Forests Reports, 1989, 1993
4. Sterling Forest, Fact Sheet, undated
5. Sterling Forest, Reports, 1989, 1993
6. Testimony, 1993
7. Tropical Rain Forest, 1987-1988
8. Urban Forestry, Legislation and Fact Sheet, 1991-1993
9. Legislation, Adirondack Park Agency, 1983
10. Legislation Adirondack Park Agency 1984-1993
11. Legislation, Adirondack Park, 1992
12. Legislation, Adirondack Park, 1992
13. Legislation, Adirondack Protection Proposal, 1991-1992
14. Legislation, Adirondack Protection Proposal, 1991-1992
15. Forest Preservation, 1984-1992
16. Forest Preserve Centennial, 1985
17. Urban Forestry Survey, Futhermore, 1996
18. Urban Forestry Survey, General Information, 1993-1996
19. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Albany, 1996-1997
20. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Binghamton, 1996-1997
21. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Buffalo, 1995-1998
22. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Ithaca, 1996-1997
23. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Long Beach, 1996-1997
24. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Miscellaneous, 1997-1998
25. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Ocean, 1996-1997
26. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Plattsburgh, Survey not Returned, 1996
27. Urban Forestry survey, Individual Cities, Poughkeepsie, Survey not Returned, 1996
28. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities Rochester, 1997-1997
29. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Syracuse, Survey not Returned, 1996
30. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Troy, 1996-1997
31. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Utica, 1996-1997
32. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Watertown, Survey not Returned, 1996
33. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, White Plains, 1996-1997
34. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Yonkers, 1996-1997
35. Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, New York City, 1995-1997
36. Urban Forestry Survey (1996), New York City Report, 1989, 1995-1996
37. Urban Forestry Survey (1996), Niagara Mohawk, 1996

Box 3
Folder

1. Urban Forestry, Survey (1996), Report Outline 6 Draft, 1994-1997
2. Urban Forestry Survey (1996), Trees for New York City, 1977
3. Urban Forestry Survey (1996) Urban Reforestation, 1996-1998
4. Urban Forestry Survey 1996, Miscellaneous, 1990-1998
5. Beatley, T., "Habitat Conservation Plans: A New Tool to Resolve Land Use Conflicts, Landlines, September 1995
6. Make Sure the Cities You Love Have a Future, undated
7. Population, 1990-1994
8. Restoring the Federal Land and Conservation Fund, 1999
9. The Urban Development Corporation, 1994
10. Wise use Property Rights Movement, 1994
11. Anzevino, J., "Hudson Valley 1994 Bike Route opens Linking New York and Montréal," Scenic Hudson News, Winter, 1995


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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 11: Pesticides, 1978-1998

Box 1
Folder

1. Aerial, 1983
2. Agricultural, 1987-1992
3. Agriculture and Marketing, 1991
4. Children, 1989, 1994
5. Children, “Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in Our Children’s Food”, I, 1989
6. Children, “Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in our Children’s Food”, II, 1989
7. Children, “Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in our Children’s Food”, III, 1989
8. Children, “Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in our Children’s Food”, IV, 1989
9. Chlordane, 1978-1983
10. Chlordane, 1984-1988
11. Clean-Up, 1985-1986
12. Clean-Up Disposal, 1983
13. Contacts and Fees, 1983-1989
14. Contaminated Classrooms, 1988
15. Cyclodienes, Aldrin, and Dieldrin, 1986-1988
16. Dlazinon, 1986-1987
17. Enforcement, 1986
18. False Advertising, 1988
19. Farm Workers, undated
20. Federal Regulations, 1986
21. Generation Information, 1973-1990
22. Generation Information, 1992-1993
23. Guidelines Needed for EPA's Tolerance Assessments of Pesticide Residues, 1989
24. General Information on Applying for Registration of Pesticides in the United States, 1992

Box 2
Folder

1. Integrated Pest Management, 1988-1990
2. Lampricide, 1980-1988
3. Lampricide, 1986-1988
4. Lampricide, 1989-1990
5. Lawn Care, 1986-1987
6. Lawn Care, 1988-1993
7. Lawn Care, 1995
8. Legislative Agenda, 1984-1986
9. Liability Insurance, 1986
10. Miscellaneous, 1985-1989
11. Miscellaneous Legislation, 1982-1990
12. Notifications, 1985-1988
13. Notifications, 1988-1994
14. Notifications, 1988-1994
15. Other Cities, 1986-1989
16. Pesticide Use, New York State, 1997-1999
17. Rights of Way, 1978, 1980-1984
18. Sustainable Agriculture, 1991-1995
19. Sustainable Agriculture, Case Studies, 1988-1990
20. Pesticide Legislation, 1995-1996

Box 3
Folder

1. Neurotoxic Effects of Pesticides, 1987
2. Pesticide Action Network North America Regional Center, 1989
3. Pesticide Alert, 1987
4. Pesticide Management Advisory Council, 1989-1992
5. Pesticide Product Registration Procedures in New York State, 1990
6. Pesticide Registration 1992
7. Pesticide Registration Process, Report, 1993
8. Pesticde Use and Reduction Avocation, 1996
9. Pesticides, Better Sampling and Enforcement needed on Imported Food, 1986
10. Pesticides, Export of Unregistered Pesticides is not adequately Monitored by the EPA, 1989
11. Pesticides, FDA’s Investigation of Imported Apple Juice Concentrate, 1986
12. Pesticides, Need to Enhance FDA’s Ability to Protect the Public from Illegal Residues, 1986
13. Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, undated
14. Poisoning the Public for Profit: Pesticide Use and Abuse in the Empire State, 1990
15. A Report on Tax Payer Payments to Pesticide Manufacturers, 1988
16. Resources for Phasing out Pesticides in your Community, 2002
17. The Security Hazards of Pesticides, undated
18. The Secret Hazards of Pesticides: Invert Ingredients, 1994 (1991)
19. Status of Pesticides in Registration and Special Review, 1992
20. Survey of Reported Pesticides Incidents Involving Dicarbe, 1981
21 Testimony of Robert Abrams New York State Attorney General, 1991
22. The Toxic Treadmill: Pesticide Use and Sales in New York State, 1997-1998
23. Reregistration and Tolerance Reassessment remain Incomplete for Most Pesticides, 1989


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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 12: Solid Waste Management, 1974-1995

Box 1
Folder

1. Adirondack Resource Recovery Facility (ARRF), 1995
2. Albany New York Solid Waste Recovery System (ANSWERS), 1979-
3. Albany New York Solid Waste Energy Recovery System (ANSWERS), 1980-1984
4. Albany New York Solid Waste Recovery System (ANSWERS), 1985-1986
5. Albany New York Solid Waste Recovery System (ANSWERS), 1987-1991
6. American Paper Institute, 1991
7. Ash, 1987-1991
8. Ash and Incineration, Miscellaneous, 1987, 1989
9. Balloon Alert, 1987-1991
10. Burn Barrels, 1994
11. Collision Course: Plastic Packaging vs. Solid Waste Solutions, Pre-Publication Copy, 1989
12. Compost, 1990-1994
13. Composting, “Garbage In/Garbage Out,” 1991
14. Composting, Management Reports, 1991
15. Composting, “Wet Bag Composting Demonstration Project,” 1992
16. Connecticut, 1976, 1981, 1985
17. Connecticut, 1989-1990
18. Deb’s Incineration File, 1987-1990
19. “Degradable Plastics, Standards, Research and Development,” 1988
20. Department of Conservation, 1981-1986
21. Department of Conservation, 1987-1990
22. Department of Economic Development, 1992-1994
23. Diaper Bill, 1990-1991

Box 2
Folder

1. Environmental Planning Lobby, Correspondence, 1985-1987
2. Environmental Planning Lobby, Report, 1985-1987
3. Environmentally Sound Packaging Act, 1992
4. Environmentally Sound Packaging Act (ESPA), 1993-1994
5. Flow Control, 1994
6. Germany, 1994
7. “Guide to Recycling and Composting Projects in New York State,” 1989
8. Hazardous Waste, 1982-1985
9. Incinerate, “Waste to Energy” Report, 1986-1987
10. Incineration, 1994
11. Incineration, American Ref-Fuel, 1988-1995
12. Incineration, American Ref-Fuel Incineration Proposal, 1989, 1995
13. Incineration, Ash, 1986-1987
14. Incineration, Ash, 1988
15. Incineration, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 1982-1985
16. Incineration, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 1986-1988
17. Incineration, Cadium, January-September 1985
18. Incineration, Cadium, October-December 1985
19. Incineration, Cadium, February-May 1986
20. Incineration, Cadium, June-August 1986
21. Incineration, Cadium, September-December 1986
22. Incineration, Cadium, 1986-1987
23. Incineration, Department of Agriculture and Markets, 1986-1987
24. Incineration, Department of Environmental Conservation, 1985
25. Incineration, Department of Environmental Conservation, 1986
26. Incineration, Dioxin Emissions, 1983-1984

Box 3
Folder

1. Incineration, Dioxin Emissions, 1985
2. Incineration, Dioxin Emissions, 1986-1987
3. Incineration, Dioxin Emissions, undated
4. Incineration, Environmental Planning Lobby, Reports, 1985
5. Incineration, Environmental Quality Bond Act of 1972, 1985
6. Incineration, Europe, 1985-1986
7. Incineration, Facilities, Albany, 1986,
8. Incineration, Federal, 1989
9. Incineration, Funding, 1985-1986
10. Incineration, General Information, 1981-1986
11. Incineration, General Information, 1987
12. Incineration, General Information, 1988-1989
13. Incineration, Health Effects, 1985-1988
14. Incineration, Incineration vs. Recycling Analysis, 1984-1987
15. Incineration, Municipal Incineration, 1987-1992
16. Incineration, New Clippings, 1979-1985
17. Incineration, News Clippings, 1986-1989
18. Incineration, News Clippings, 1987-1988
19. Incineration, New York State Hospitals, 1985-1988
20. Incineration, Other States, California, 1984-1985
21. Incineration, Other States, California, 1985-1988

Box 4
Folder

1. Incineration, Other States, Connecticut, 1977, 1984-1985
2. Incineration, Other States, Florida, 1981, 1984-1985
3. Incineration, Other States, Illinois, 1984, 1988
4. Incineration, Other States, Massachusetts, 1975, 1985
5. Incineration, Other States, Michigan, 1985, 1988
6. Incineration, Other States, New Jersey, 1984-1988
7. Incineration, Other States, Ohio, 1979-1985
8. Incineration, Other States, Oregon, 1981
9. Incineration, Other States, Pennsylvania, undated
10. Incineration, Other States, Rhode Island, 1985
11. Incineration, Other States, Vermont, 1981-1987
12. Incineration, Other States, Virginia, 1985
13. Incineration, Procurement, 1988
14. Incineration, Publications, 1986-1989
15. Incineration, Regional, Broome County, 1984-1988
16. Incineration, Regional, Capital District, 1985-1987
17. Incineration, Regional, Cattaraugus County, 1983-1988
18. Incineration, Regional, Dutchess County, 1988
19. Incineration, Regional, Finger Lakes, 1987
20. Incineration, Regional, Hempstead, 1979-1980, 1985
21. Incineration, Regional, Hudson Falls, 1985-1989
22. Incineration, Regional, Long Island, 1983-1988
23. Incineration, Regional, Moreau, 1986
24. Incineration, Regional, New York City, 1981-1987
25. Incineration, Regional, Niagara, 1985-1986
26. Incineration, Regional, Oneida, 1986
27. Incineration, Regional, Onondaga, 1983, 1988
28. Incineration, Regional, Ontario, 1985-1986
29. Incineration, Regional, Peekskill, 1982-1988
30. Incineration, Regional, Port Washington, 1987-1988
31. Incineration, Regional, Poughkeepsie, 1983-1988
32. Incineration, Regional, Rochester, 1985-1986
33. Incineration, Regional, Rockland County, undated
34. Incineration, Regional, Saratoga County, 1985-1988
35. Incineration, Regional, Schoharie, 1986-1987
36. Incineration, Regional, Syracuse, 1983-1987
37. Incineration, Regional, Ulster County, 1985
38. Incineration, Regulations, 1988
39. Incineration, Reports, 1975-1983
40. Incineration, Reports, 1984
41. Incineration, Reports, 1985-1988
42. Incineration, Report, “The Financial and Environmental Impact of Garbage Incineration,” undated
43. Incineration, St. Lawrence County, 1988
44. Incineration, Signal, 1984-1985
45. Incineration, Siting, 1986-1987
46. Incineration, Standards, 1984-1987
47. Incineration, Technical, 1982-1987
48. Incinerator Ash, 1987

Box 5
Folder

1. Infectious Wastes, 1989
2. Issues, 1994-1995
3. Landfills, 1991-1992
4. Landfills, General Information, 1983, 1986-1988
5. Legislation, 1985-1988
6. Legislation, 1988
7. Low Cost Energy/Economic Development, 1993-1994
8. Miscellaneous, 1980-1989
9. Miscellaneous, 1989
10. Miscellaneous, 1993-1995
11. Municipal Solid Waste, 1984-1985
12. Municipal Solid Waste, Incineration, 1984-1985
13. News Clippings, 1986-1988
14. New York Code Rules and Regulations, Part 36, Solid Waste Management Facilities, Volume 1, Draft, 1992
15. New York State Energy Plan, 1994
16. New York State Plan, 1987
17. New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, 1991-1992, 1992
18. New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, 1993-1994, Update, 1994
19. New York State Waste Reduction Council, 1987-1988
20. New York State Waste Reduction Guidance Manual, 1989
21. Office of Recycling Market Development, 1993-1994
22. Office of Recycling Market Development, 1995
23. Pollution Prevention/Economics, 1995
24. Proceedings, 1987, 1989
25. Proceedings, 1990-1992
26. Procurement, 1983, 1986
27. Recycling, 1989
28. Recycling, 1990-1991
29. Recycling, Advisory Group, 1979, 1985
30. Recycling, Business, 1995
31. Recycling, Case Studies, 1974, 1984-1988
32. Recycling, Composition Studies, 1987
33. Recycling, Composting, 1983, 1989
34. Recycling, Department of Environmental Conservation, 1978, 1984-1987
35. Recycling, Enhance Local Employment Creation Through Recycling Act, 1992-1993
36. Recycling, Environmental Impact, 1973, 1985
37. Recycling, Flow Control, 1985
38. Recycling Forum, 1985-1986
39. Recycling, Industrial Recycling Program, 1978-1982

Box 6
Folder

1. Recycling, Industrial Recycling Program, 1983-1985
2. Recycling, Legislation, 1987
3. Recycling, Market Development, 1973, 1983-1987
4. Recycling, Market Development, 1988
5. Recycling, Miscellaneous, 1984-1988
6. Recycling, New York City Recycling Bill, 1983, 1986-1988
7. Recycling, New York City Recycling Bill, 1989-1990
8. Recycling, New York City Recycling Bill, 1991-1992, 1995
9. Recycling, New York State Local Programs, 1986-1988
10. Recycling, Paper, 1986-1987
11. Recycling, Plastics and Cans, 1985-1988
12. Recycling, Plastics, 1985-1989
13. Recycling, “Reclaiming Our Waste,” Conference, 1984
14. Recycling, “Recycle First” Campaign, 1971, 1992
15. Recycling, Regional, Broome County, 1986
16. Recycling, Regional, California, 1982-1985
17. Recycling, Regional, New Jersey, 1982-1988
18. Recycling, Regional, New York City, 1979, 1984-1988
19. Recycling, Regional, Ulster County, 1986-1987
20. Recycling, Reports, 1978, 1985

Box 7
Folder

1. Recycling, Reports, 1985-1987
2. Recycling, Tires, 1986, 1988
3. Recycling, Waste Reduction, Packaging, 1982-1989
4. Recycling, Waste Reduction, Work on Waste, 1988
5. Recycling, World Watch Paper 76, 1987
6. Regulations, 1988
7. Reports, 1986, 1993-1995
8. Resource Recovery Testimony, 1979-1980
9. Resource Recovery Testimony, 1983-1988
10. Response to SEQR Comments on the Draft Supplement to the Generic Environmental Impact Statement/ Solid Waste Management Plan for the ANSWERS Watershed Planning Unit, 1993
11. Sixth Annual Recycling Conference, 1994
12. Solid Waste Issues, 1993-1995
13. Solid Waste Management, New York, Master Plan Update, 1991
14. Solid Waste Management Plan Annual Update Comments, 1994
15. Solid Waste Management Plan, vol. 1, 1992
16. Solid Waste Management Plan, vol. 2, 1992
17. Solid Waste Penalties, 1995
18. Solid Waste Policy Forum, 1992-1993
19. State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information, 1976-1979

Box 8
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1. State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information, 1980
2. State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information, 1981-1983
3. State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information, 1985-1988
4. State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information 1985-1992
5. State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), n.d
6. State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information, n.d
7. State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), Handbook, 1991
8. State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), Revisions, 1987
9. State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), Revisions, 1988
10. State Plans, 1984-1986
11. State Plans, 1987-1988
12. Summary of Major Developments in Solid Waste Management In New York State: January-September 1992
13. Testimony, 1990, 1993-1994
14. “Update on Diapers,” 1990
15. Waste Reduction, 1994
16. Waste Reduction and Packaging, 1991
17. Waste Reduction Task Force, 1993
18. New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, 1987-1988
19. New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, 1987-1988
20. New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, Update, 1989-1990
21. New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, 1989-1990
22. New York State Solid Waste Management, Appendices, 1989-1990
23. New York State Solid Waste Management Plan Responsiveness Survey, 1991


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Subseries 13: Tobacco, 1988-1997

Box 1
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1. Legislation, 1989-1993
2. Tobacco Ban, Governor’s Bill, 1993
3. Tobacco Excise Tax, 1991-1993
4. Tobacco Excise Tax, undated
5. Tobacco Tax and Health Fund, 1988-1997
6. Smoking Commission, 1992
7. Smoking Commission, Smoking Task Force, 1990
8. Smoking Commission, Smoking Task Force, 1992


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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 14: Transportation, 1971-1996

Box 1
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1. 21st Century Mobility, 1990
2. Air Pollution, 1985, 1989-1990
3. Air Pollution, 1991-1993
4. Battery Park City Authority, News Clippings, 1987-1988
5. Cities and Population Statistics, 1995
6. Coro Report, 1992
7. Coro Report, 1992
8. Correspondence, 1990-1992
9. Crisis Program, 1990-1992
10. Electric Vehicles, 1990-1996
11. Emissions Standards, 1990-1991
12. Enhancement Program, 1993-1994
13. Federal Legislation, 1982
14. Gas Tax, undated
15. Hudson River Center, 1987
16. Hudson River Development, 1986-1987
17. Hudson River Development, Hudson River Habitat Protection Bill, 1988
18. ICONN-Erie, 1984
19. Infrastructure Bond Act of 1983, 1980-1984
20. Intermodal Statewide Transportation Plan, 1993-1994
21. Internal Memoranda, 1994
22. Land Use, 1993-1994
23. Land Use and Transportation, 1993-1994
24. Memoranda and Notes, 1990-1992
25. Metropolitan Transportation Authority, 1988, 1990
26. Metropolitan Transportation Authority, 1991, 1995
27. News Releases, State of New York Executive Chamber, 1994-1995
28. New York State Counties and Demographics, 1996-1997
29. Noise Control Act, 1983-1984
30. Policy, California, undated
31. Policy, Maine, 1993-1994
32. Policy, New Jersey, 1992
33. Policy, Oregon, 1991-1994
34. Public Transportation, 1985
35. Reports and Background Information, 1990
36. Reports and Background Information, 1991
37. Reports and Background Information, 1992-1993
38. Scoping Process, 1984, 1988
39. State Transportation Plan, 1986, 1988

Box 2
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1. State Transportation Plan, 1990, 1992-1993
2. Testimony, 1990-1991
3. Transfer Development Rights, 1989, 1991-1992
4. Transit, 1985, 1988-1990
5. Tug Hill Commission, General, 1990-1991
6. Westway, 1977-1982
7. Westway, 1983
8. Westway, 1984
9. Westway, 1985
10. Westway, 1986-1988
11. Westway, Clippings, 1985-1987
12. Westway, Correspondence, 1984-1988
13. Westway, Son of Westway, 1971, 1985-1986
14. Westway, Son of Westway, 1987-1988
15. Westway, West Side Task Force, 1977-1986
16. Westway, West Side Task Force, 1986-1987
17. Citizens Rapid Transit Committee, Buffalo, 1992-1993
18. Fixed Guideway Transit Investigation Survivory Report, 1995


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Subseries 15: Water, 1930-1995

Box 1
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1. Articles, 1994-1995
2. Clean Water, Boehlert, 1992-1994
3. Clean Water, Correspondence, 1994
4. Clean Water, Legislation, 1988-1989
5. Clean Water, Marina Pumpout, General Information, 1994
6. Clean Water, Moynihan, Daniel, 1993
7. Clean Water Act, 1981-1982
8. Clean Water Act, 1983-1987
9. Clean Water Act, General Information, 1971-1973, 1979-1981
10. Clean Water Act, General Information, 1985, 1989, 1997
11. Clean Water Network, 1992-1994
12. County Water Quality Coordinating Committees for New York State, Directory, 1993
13. Drinking Water Filtration, 1989
14. Fluoridation, General Information, 1978-1981, 1988, 1992
15. Funding, Great Lakes, 1987
16. Funding, Hudson, River, 1980-1988
17. Funding, Onondaga Lake, 1987
18. Great Lakes, 1966, 1987
19. Great Lakes, 1989-1991
20. Great Lakes, 1993-1996
21. Great Lakes, “A Citizen’s Guide to the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement,” 1988
22. Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Restoration Act of 1990, 1992
23. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), 6/1-2/1995, 1994-1995
24. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), 1995
25. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Agenda, Work, 1995
26. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Background, 1995
27. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Buffalo, 1995-1996
28. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Conference Notes, 1995
29. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Focus Groups, 1995
30. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Lake Ontario Health and Environment Directory, 1991
31. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Mailing List, 1995
32. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Michigan State University, Invitations, 1993, 1995
33. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), New York State Division of Water Technical and Operational Guidance, 1985-1995
34. Antidegradation, 1990-1993
35. Coastal and Ocean Resources Conference, 1989

Box 2
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1. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Site Information, 1992-1995
2. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Steering Committee, 1995
3. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), University of Rochester Conference, 1995
4. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), University of Rochester Conference, Replies and Requests, 1995
5. Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), University of Rochester Workshop, Invitation, 1995
6. Great Lakes Toxins, 1989
7. Groundwater, 1984-1988
8. Groundwater, 1988
9. Groundwater, Booth Report, 1983
10. Groundwater, Department of Environmental Conservation, New York, 1981-1983
11. Groundwater, Department of Environmental Conservation, New York, 1984-1985
12. Groundwater, Federal, 1980-1982, 1986
13. Groundwater, General Information, 1984-1988
14. Groundwater, Legislation, 1983-1988
15. Groundwater, News Clippings, 1984-1988
16. Groundwater, Pesticides, 1985-1988
17. Hudson River, 1991-1992
18. Hudson River, Miscellaneous, 1989
19. Hudson River, PCB, 1983, 1988-1996
20. Hudson River, Reports, 1979, 1983, 1985
21. Hudson River, Reports, 1985, 1988
22. Hudson River, Reports, 1988-1989
23. Hudson River, Reports, 1990
24. A Guide to New York City's Reservoirs, 1993
25. Hearing on Organic Chemicals in Drinking Water, 1981
26. Inventory, Community Water Systems: New York State Volume I Municipal, 1984

Box 3
Folder

1. Hudson, River, Reports, 1990
2. Hudson River, Reports, 1993
3. Hudson River, Toxins, n.d
4. Hudson River, Westway, 1976, 1984
5. Hudson River, Westway, 1988, 1994
6. Lakes, Aquatic Weed Control, 1986-1987
7. Lakes, Black Flies, Mosquitoes, and Gypsy Moths, 1981, 1984, 1988
8. Lakes, Daminozide (Alar), 1989
9. Lakes, General Information, 1985-1986
10. Lakes, Great Lakes, 1979-1984
11 Lakes, Great Lakes, 1985-1989
12. Lakes, Great Sacandaga Lake, 1980-1981
13. Lakes, Lake Champlain, 1988
14. Lakes, Lake Champlain Plan, 1995
15. Lakes, Lake George, 1978-1986
16. Lakes, Lake George, 1987-1989
17. Legislation, 1985-1989
18. Long Island, Status of State Safe Drinking Water System, 1988
19. Long Island Sound, 1991-1994
20. Long Island Sound Study (LISS), 1987
21. Long Island Sound Study (LISS), 1988-1989
22. Long Island Sound Study (LISS), 1989
23. Long Island Sound Watershed Directory, 1992
24. Nassau Forum, 1992-1996

Box 4
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1. New York City, Natural Resources Defense Council, 1994
2. New York State, 25 Year Plan for the Great Lakes, 1992
3. Nonpoint Source Assessment Report, 1988
4. Nonpoint Source Pollution Management Program, Department of Conservation, 1986-1988
5. Nonpoint Source Pollution Management Program, Department of Conservation, 1989-1992
6. Nonpoint Source Contamination of Groundwater, undated 7. Ocean Dumping, 1988-1989
8. Oil Spills, 1990-1991, 1993
9. Onondaga Lake, 1984, 1986
10. Prattsville Pump Station, 1981-1988
11. Prattsville Pump Storage, 1970-1979
12. Proposition 65, California, 1985-1987
13. Proposition 65, California, 1988
14. Proposition 65, California, 1989
15. Proposition 65, California, News Clippings, 1987-1988
16. Proposition 65, California, undated
17. Regional Forums, 1995
18. Reservoir Release Regulations, 1977, 1980, 1987

Box 5
Folder

1. Rivers, Hudson, 1979-1987
2. Rivers, Hudson, 1988
3. Rivers, St. Lawrence, 1984, 1993
4. Rivers, Wild, Scenic, and Recreational River Systems, 1930, 1975-1985
5. Rivers, Wild, Scenic, and Recreational River Systems, 1986-1987
6. Rivers, Wild, Scenic, and Recreational River Systems, Legislation, 1975-1988
7. Sewage Sludge, 1977, 1981-1989
8. Sewage Treatment Funding Proposal, 1987
9. State Safe Driving Water Act, Activist Network, 1988-1989
10. State Safe Drinking Water Act, Correspondence, 1986-1989
11. State Safe Drinking Water Act, General Information, 1986-1989
12. State Safe Drinking Water Act, General Information, 1987-1989
13. State Safe Drinking Water Act, News Clippings, 1987-1988
14. State Safe Drinking Water Act, New York State Assembly Person Addresses, 1982-1985
15. State Safe Drinking Water Act, Other States, 1989
16. State Safe Drinking Water Act, Proposition 65, 1967, 1986-1991
17. State Safe Drinking Water Act, Water Quality Standards, 1987-1988
18. State Safe Drinking Water Act, Working Files, 1986-1990
19. Technical Information, 1986-1989
20. Testimony of Landon Marsh, 1988

Box 6
Folder

1. Tug Hill, General Information, 1976-1980-1987
2. Waste Water Treatment, 1971, 1981-1982
3. Waste Water Treatment, 1983-1986
4. Water, 208 Bulletin, 1975-1980
5. Water Bulletin, 1980-1988
6. Water Conservation, 1985-1989
7. Water Development, 1977
8. Water Finance Authority,
9. Water Laws (not CWA), 1974, 1980-1985
10. Water Management Advisory Committee, 1981-1987
4. Water Management Advisory Committee, 1991-1994
5. Water Management Advisory Committee, 1995
6. Water Management Advisory Committee, undated
7. Water Metering, 1981-1986
8. Water Pollution, 1990-1992
9. Water Quality, 1968, 1979-1985
10. Water Quality, 1983-1992
11. Water Quality, 1985-1987
12. Water Quality, 1986-1987
13. Water Quality, 1993

Box 7
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1. Water Quality, Publications, 1979-1985
2. Water Quality Regulation, Department of Environmental Conservation, Reports, 1984
3. Water Quality Regulation, Department of Environmental Conservation, Reports, 1985-1989
4. Water Quality Regulation, Department of Environmental Conservation, Reports, 1990-1992
5. Water Quality, Standards, 1987-1988
6. Water Supply, 1979-1982
7. Water Supply, 1983-1986
8. Water Supply, 1987-1988
9. Zero Discharge, Toxic Substances, Waste Reduction, 1986-1989
10. Between the Railroad and the River, 1989
11. Clean Water/Jobs Coalition, 1993
12. Five Rivers Master Plan, 1993 Update
13. Follensby Pond: An Unbelievable Acquisition Opportunity, undated
14. New York/New Jersey/Harbor Estuary Program, undated
15. Proposed Surface Water Filtration and Disinfection Requirements, 1989
16. Rapp, O., "Watching Big Brother," Times Union, December 9, 1990
17. Toxic Contamination in Large Lakes, 1978-1988
18. Watertest Corporation, undated
19. Great Lakes Initiative, 1993
20. Great Lakes Initiative, 1993


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Subseries 16: Wetlands, 1975-1995

Box 1
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1. Coastal Erosion, New York State, 1980-1983
2. Coastal Erosion, New York State, 1984-1985
3. Coastal Erosion, New York State, 1985-1986
4. Coastal Resources, undated
5. Coastal Resources, Legislation, 1993-1994
6. Coastal Resources, Reports, 1989-1991
7. Coastal Resources, Reports, 1991
8. Coastal Zone Management, Coastal Coalition Lists, 1980-1985
9. Coastal Zone Management, Federal, 1975-1989
10. Coastal Zone Management, New York Coastal Management Program, 1979-1984
11. Coastal Zone Management, New York Coastal Management Program, 1985-1986
12. Coastal Zone Management, New York Coastal Management Program, 1987-1989
13. Coastal Zone Management, New York Coastal Management Program, n.d
14. Coastal Zone Management, New York Waterfront Revitalization and Coastal Resources Act, undated
15. Coastal Zone Management, Newsletters, 1980-1987
16. Freshwater Wetlands, 1976-1986
17. Freshwater Wetlands, 1987-1989

Box 2
Folder

1. National Wildlife Federation and Clean Water Act, 1992-1993
2. “News From…Hudsonia,” 1991
3. Regulations, 1976-1983
4. Regulations, 1984-1987
5. Striped Bass, 1985-1989
6. Tidal Wetlands, 1972-1979
7. Tidal Wetlands, 1981-1987
8. The Young Scientists Introduction to Wetlands, undated
9. Washington Update, 1995


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Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 17: Wildlife, 1976-1991

Box 1
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1. Animal Rights, 1995
2. Avian Briefing Book, 1986
3. Bear Dog Hunting, 1981, 1991, 1993
4. Birds, 1988-1989
5. Botany, 1988
6. Coyotes, 1990-1991
7. Endangered Species, 1987-1991
8. Essential Habitat, 1986, 1989
9. Essential Habitat Bill, 1983-1988
10. Essential Habitat Bills and Letters, 1979, 1985-1987
11. Funding, Annual Reports, 1980-1989
12. Funding, Coyotes, 1987
13. Funding, Fish and Wildlife, News Clippings, 1986-1989
14. Funding, Great Lakes, 1987
15. Funding, Hudson River, 1980-1988
16. Funding, Karner Blue Butterfly, undated
17. Funding, Lamprey, 1986
18. Funding, Onondaga Lake, 1987
19. General Information, 1982-1985
20. General Information, 1986-1987
21. General Information and Background, 1981-1987
22. Habitat, Coastal Zone Management, 1982-1987
23. Habitat, Eagles and Raptors, 1986, 1989
24. Habitat, Legislation and Definitions, Memorandums, 1973, 1983-1990
25. Habitat, Mud Turtle, Long Island Land Use, 1986-1987
26. Habitat, Physical Location of Habitat, 1984-1986
27. Habitat, Salamanders, 1987-1989
28. Habitat, “The Wilton Mall and the Loss of the Karner Blue: What can be Learned, n.d
29. Hudson River Habitat, 1989 Bill, 1988, 1993
30. Legislation Material, 1977, 1980-1985
31. Legislation Material, 1986-1987

Box 2
Folder

1. Legislative History, Essential Habitat Bill, 1979-1987
2. List of Endangered Species, 1976, 1979, 1981-1989
3. Long Island Colonial Waterbird and Piping Plover Study, 1985
4. Miscellaneous, 1985-1992
5. National Wildlife Federation, Correspondence, 1994
6. Reports, 1978, 1984-1985
7. Return a Gift to Wildlife, 1983-1985
8. Return a Gift to Wildlife, 1986-1989
9. Striped Bass, 1985-1989
10. Ward Stone, 1975, 1988-1990
11. Wildlife Management, 1973-1991
12. Wildlife Management, Testimony, 1989
13. Wildlife Pathology Unit, 1989-1991
14. Wildlife Reports, 1979, 1985
15. Wildlife Reports, 1986
16. Wildlife Reports, 1987
17. Wildlife Reports, 1988, 1995


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Subseries 1: Hudson River Park, 1996-1998

Box 1
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1. Alliance Steering Committee, Correspondence, 1997
2. Alliance Steering Committee, Correspondence, 1998
3. Analysis of Financial Plan, 1996
4. Concept and Financial Plan, 1996
5. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1996-1997
6. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1997-1998
7. Environmental Impact Statement, 1998
8. Environmental Impact Statement, 1998
9. Environmental Impact Statement, 1998
10. Environmental Impact Statement, 1998
11. Executive Committee, Correspondence and Agenda, 1997
12. Land Trust Alliance Seminar, 1998
13. Miscellaneous, 1996-1998
14. News Clippings, 1996-1998
15. New York State Legislation, 1997-1998


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Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1985-1998

Box 1
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1. Adirondack Solid Waste Agreement, 1997
2. Akzo Nobel Salt, Inc., Case, 1995
3. Alternative Fuels Air Guide, undated
4. Anderson, Warren M., Legislative Breakfast, 1996, 1998
5. Blue Mountain Lake Board and Staff Retreat, 1989
6. Bond Act, Coalition and Steering Committee, 1996
7. Bond Act, Correspondence and Memorandums, 1996
8. Bond Act, Correspondence and Memorandums, 1997-1998
9. Bond Act, Drafting and Funding, 1996-1997
10. Bond Act, Implementation, Correspondence, 1996-1997
11. Children with Lead Poisoning, Survey, 1993
12. City of Newburg, Contamination, 2000
13. Committee on Director, 1996-1998
14. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1996-1998
15. Energy Foundation, 1996
16. Enlibra: A New Shared Doctrine for Environment Management, 1998
17. Essex County, Landfill, 1996
18. Great Lakes, Water Diversion, 1997
19. Healthy Cities, Healthy Kids, 1997-1999
20. Healthy Schools Network, 1997-1998
21. Hudson River Valley, Greenway Act, Revisions, 1997
22. Land Preserves, 1997
23. Lawsuits, Miscellaneous, 1995-1996, 1999
24. Legislation, Miscellaneous, 1995-1996
25. Miscellaneous, 1996-1998
26. New York Community Trust, 1998-1999
27. Pataki, George, Environmental Record, 1995-1998
28. Regional Plan Association, Assembly, 1998
29. Right to Know Law, 1996
30. Risk Based Corrective Action Committee, 1985, 1991-1998
31. Risk on Record, 1998
32. Superfund, 1996, 1997
33. Testimony before the New York State Senate and Assembly, 1996-1997
34. Timberwolf Recovery Network, 1997-1998
35. Toxic Chemical Accidents, 1994
36. West Harlem Environmental Action, Inc., Lead Poisoning Conference, 1998
37. Whitney, William, Area Stewardship Management Plan, 1998


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Subseries 1: Administrative Files, 1985-2002

Box 1
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1. 20th Anniversary Dinner Planning, 1989
2. Adirondack Project Fundraising, 1994
3. Board and Staff Retreat, 1989
4. By-laws, 1990-1991
5. Canvassing and Solicitation Laws, 1985, 1988-1989, 1991
6. Correspondence, Adirondack Park Agency, 1990-1991
7. Correspondence, Adirondack Project, 1994 8. Correspondence, Air Management Advisory Committee, 1992-1993
9. Correspondence, Donation Letters, 1988-1990
10. Correspondence, Energy and Mass Transit, 1990-1991
11. Correspondence, Environmental Federation of New York, 1992-1993, 1996
12. Correspondence, Environmental Support and Center, 1991-1992
13. Correspondence, Essential Habitat Legislation, 1989-1990
14. Correspondence, Giacalone, Arthur, J., 1993-1994
15. Correspondence, Lead Poisoning, 1993-1994
16. Correspondence, Long Island Pine Barren Society, 1990-1991
17. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1988-1989
18. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1990-1992
19. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1993
20. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1994
21. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1995
22. Correspondence, Sithe Power Plant, 1992.
23. Daily Work Journal, 1989-1990
24. Daily Work Journal, 1991-1993
25. Daily Work Journal, 1994
26. Environmental Conferences Planning, 1989-1991
27. Environmental Planning Lobby Annual Budget, 1985-1993
28. Executive Board Fundraising, 1988-1991
29. Executive Board, Minutes, 1988-1991

Box 2
Folder

1. Fundraising and Grant Consultation, 1989-1990, 1995
2. Internal Revenue Service, Regulations, 1989-1990
3. Job Description, 1990
4. Lobbying Instructions, 1993
5. Media Contacts, 1987
6. Membership List, 1988-1989
7. Municipal Waste Reduction and Recycling Program Grant, undated
8. New York Environment Institute Budget, 1990-1991
9. New York Environment Institute Executive Board, 1990-1991
10. New York State Lobbyist Annual Reports, 1988-1989
11. New York Temporary State Commission on Lobbying, 1988-1989
12. News Releases, 1989-1995
13. Outreach Committee, 1994
14. Personnel Policies, 1989-1990
15. Radio Advertisements, undated
16. Speeches, 1990, 1992
17. State Environmental Leadership Conference, Fundraising, 1988-1991
18. Strategic Planning Committee, 1993
19. Tax Exempt Status Reports, 1989-1990
20. Telemarketing, 1989
21. Voter’s Guide, 1991-1992
22. The Advocate Awards, 2002-2004
23. Annual Report, 2000
24. Brochures, undated
25. Disc Kaia, 1989
26. Ecology Network: A Guide to Environmental Organizations for New Yorkers, 1995
27. Environmental Planning Lobby, 1988-1992
28. Jorling, Thomas C. , 1994
29 Monitor Publishing Company Catalogs 1993
30. National Audubon Society, 1994
31. Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, 1993
32. New York State Budgets, 1984-1991
33. New York State Environmental Congress, Directory, 1992


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Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1984-1996

Box 1
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1. Adirondack Park Agency, 1993-1994
2. Adirondack Park Agency, 1994
3. Adirondack Partnership for Progress, 1994-1995
4. Adirondack Windstorm Assessment, 1995
5. Adirondack Legislation, 1993-1994
6. Air Contamination Legislation, 1992
7. Air Management Advisory Committee, 1992
8. Air Management Advisory Committee, 1992
9. Automobile Emissions Reports, 1992
10. Bio-Diversity Act, 1992
11. Biotechnology, 1992-1993
12. Brooklyn Navy Yard, 1996
13. Campaign Contributions, Lists, 1992
14. Citizens’ Transportation Coalition, 1992-1993
15. Clean Air Act, State Implementation Plan, Deficiencies, 1993-1994
16. Clean Fuel Program, 1994
17. Cleanup Policy and Guidelines, 1991
18. Coalition for a Lead Free New York, 1993
19. Coalition for a Lead Free New York, Agendas, 1994
20. Conference Brochures, 1992-1993, 1995
21. Degradable Plastics, 1988-1989
22. DEET Pesticide Issues, 1995
23. Department of Environmental Conservation, 1994
24. Dioxin Studies, 1994
25. Disposable Diapers, 1988-1989
26. Dust Sample Survey, 1992
27. Earth Share Project, 1993
28. Electric Vehicles, 1993
29. Endangered Species Coalition, 1995
30. Energy and Mass Transit, 1984, 1989-1991
31. Energy and Efficiency, 1993-1994
32. Energy Planning/Siting Legislation, 1992
33. Environmental Enforcement, Advisory Committee, 1992
34. Environmental Federation Lawsuit, 1993
35. Environmental Federation Lawsuit, 1993
36. Environmental Federation Lawsuit, 1993
37. Environmental Federation Lawsuit, 1993
38. Environmental Federation Lawsuit, 1993
39. Environmental Federation Lawsuit, 1993

Box 2
Folder

1. Environmental Federation Lawsuit, 1993
2. Environmental Federation Lawsuit, 1993
3. Environmental Federation of New York, 1991-1992
4. Environmental Federation of New York, 1992-1993
5. Environmental Federation, Various States, 1991-1992
6. Environmental Grantmakers Association Retreat, 1995
7. Environmental Politics Surveys, 1994
8. Environmental Trust Fund, 1990, 1992-1993
9. Environmental Trust Fund, 1993
10. Essential Habitat Law, 1985-1990
11. Fitzpatrick Power Plant Reports, 1993
12. Gasoline and Repair Shop Association of New York (GRANY), undated
13. Green Group, 1994-1995
14. Green Scissors Report, 1995
15. High Speed Rail, 1992
16. Hudson River Park Conservancy, 1989-1992
17. Hudson River Protection Act, 1988
18. Hudson River Waterfront, 1993-1995
19. Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant, 1993-1994
20. Intermodel Surface Transportation Act, 1991-1992
21. Issue Papers, 1990, 1993-1994
22. Landfills, 1992
23. Larceny Case, Affidavits, 1993-1994 RESTRICTED
24. Larceny Case, Appeals, Briefing, 1993-1995 RESTRICTED
25. Larceny Case, Appeals, Correspondence, 1993-1995 RESTRICTED
26. Larceny Case, Crime Report, 1993 RESTRICTED
27. Lead Committee Meetings, Miscellaneous, 1993
28. Lead Exposure, 1991, 1993
29. Lead Paint, Poisoning Commission, 1993
30. Lead Poisoning, Legislation, 1993-1994
31. Lead Poisoning, News Clippings, 1991-1994
32. Lead Poisoning, Prevention Manual, undated
33. Lead Poisoning, Private Houses, 1993
34. Lead Poisoning Prevention Act, 1993
35. Long Island Sound Watershed Alliance, 1992
36. Love Canal, 1990-1992
37. Marino, Ralph, 1992
38. Mass Transit, 1992-1993
39. Metropolitan Parks, News Clippings, 1992-1994
40. Miscellaneous, 1990-1995

Box 3
Folder

1. Miscellaneous, Testimony, 1990-1991, 1995
2. Mt. Van Hoevenberg Land Swap, 1994-1995
3. National Wildlife Federation, 1993-1995
4. New York Citizens Utility Board, 1992-1993
5. New York City Recycling Program, 1991
6. New York City Watershed, 1990, 1992-1993
7. New York City Watershed, 1994-1995
8. New York Environmental Institute, 1988-1991
9. New York League of Conservation Voters, 1989-1991
10. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Commissioner Appointment, 1994-1995
11. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Issues and Policies, 1984-1995
12. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Staff Listings, 1995
13. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, 25th Anniversary Study, 1994
14. New York State Department of Health, Proposed Rulemaking, 1992
15. New York State Environmental Congress, 1991-1992
16. New York State Government and Programs, 1992, 1995
17. New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, Advisory Council, 1993
18. New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, Advisory Council, 1994
19. New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, Advisory Council, 1995
20. New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, Advisory Council, Annual Report, 1994
21. New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, Advisory Council, Appointment 1993
22. New York State League of Conservation Voters, 1989-1992
23. New York State Legislation, Miscellaneous, 1989-1994
24. New York State Legislature Environmental Ratings, 1990
25. News Clippings, 1989-1995
26. Niagara Mohawk Conference, 1995
27. North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), 1991-1994
28. Northern Forest Alliance, 1994
29. Nuclear Waste, 1988
30. New York Public Transit Association Conference Mailing, 1992
31. Open Space Conservation Plan, Annual Report, 1992
32. Packaging Bill, 1991-1992
33. Pataki, George, Governor, Environmental Protection Transition Committee, Draft Proposals, 1994

Box 4
Folder

1. Pataki, George, Governor, Environmental Protection Transition Committee, Draft Proposals, 1994
2. Pataki, George, Governor, Environmental Protection Transition Committee, Miscellaneous, 1994
3. Pataki, George, Governor, Environmental Protection Transition Committee, Reports, 1994
4. Pataki, George, Governor, Environmental Protection Transition Team, Draft Report, 1994
5. Pataki, George, Governor, Environmental Protection Transition Team, Natural Resources Sub-Committee, 1994
6. Pesticide Regulation, 1986-1989, 1993
7. Published Articles Written by Lee Wasserman, 1987-1988
8. Quebec Hydropower Bill, 1991-1992
9. Radioactive Waste, 1991-1992
10. Rainforests, 1988, 1993-1994
11. RCRA Reauthorization Issue Papers, 1990
12. Recycling Legislation and ELECTRA, 1992-1993
13. Safe Energy Communication Council, Media Skills Workshop, 1993
14. Senate Contributions, 1990
15. Solid Waste Management, 1992-1995
16. Solid Waste Recycling, 1987-1988
17. Solid Waste Recycling, 1989-1990
18. Solid Waste Recycling, 1991
19. Speculation Tax, 1988-1989
20. State Employees Federated Appeal (SEFA), 1993-1995
21. State Environmental Leadership Conference, 1988-1989
22. State Environmental Leadership Conference, 1990
23. State Environmental Leadership Conference, 1990
24. State Environmental Leadership Conference, 1991-1992
25. State Environmental Leadership Conference, 1993
26. State Environmental Leadership Conference, 1993-1994
27. State Environmental Quality Review, 1986
28. Thruway Authority Legislation, 1992
29. Tropical Hardwoods Legislation, 1991
30. Unclaimed Bottle Deposits, 1993-1994
31. Westway Right-of-Way,
32. Wetlands Legislation, 1990, 1995
33. Wildlife Programs, 1988-1989
34. Women’s Health Issues, 1994-1995
35. Workplace Giving, 1990-1991
36. Adirondack Park Agency, 1984-1994


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Subseries 1: Administrative Files, 1987-1997

Box 1
Folder

1. Biography, Simon, Loretta, 1995
2. Correspondence, January-March, 1987
3. Correspondence, April-December, 1987
4. Correspondence, 1993
5. Correspondence, 1994
6. Correspondence, 1995
7. Correspondence, 1995-1996
9. Directory of Town Officials, 1992-1993
10. Governor’s Office, 1996
11. Non-Profit Resource Center, 1993-1997
12. Program Planning, 1996
13. Program Planning and Reports, 1995
14. Reports to the Board, 1995-1997
15. Rolodex, A-F, undated
16. Rolodex, G-J, undated
17. Rolodex, K-O, undated
18. Rolodex, P-T, undated
19. Rolodex, U-Z, undated
20. Thank You’s, 1992-1996


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Series 4: Loretta Simon, 1979-1997
Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1983-1997

Box 1
Folder

1. Advocacy Institute 1992-1993
2. Agriculture Nuisance Suits, 1995
3. Airport Access Program, 1993
4. Albany Law School, 1994-1995
5. Albany Shaker Junior High School, 1994
6. Allegany Campaign, 1996
7. Attorney General, Environmental Agenda, 1991-1996
8. Buffalo Environmental Forum, 1995-1996
9. Burlington Conference, 1993
10. Burdett, Town of, Trees, 1993
11. Campaign Contributions, Miscellaneous, 1992-1993
12. Canvassing, News Clippings, 1991-1994
13. Community Forum on the Environment, 1996
14. Debt Reform, 1993
15. Earth Day/Lobby Day, 1995-1996
16. Earth Day/Lobby Day and Board Meeting, 1996-1997
17. Electromagnetic Fields, 1987, 1991-1993
18. Environment and Jobs, 1983, 1992
19. Environmental Advocates, Board, 1994-1996
20. Campaign Contributions, New York State Senate Repbulicans, 1991-1993
21. Campaign Contributions, New York State Senate Repbulicans, 1991-1993
22. Campaign Contributions, New York State Senate Repbulicans, 1991-1993
23. Legislation, General, 1987-1996

Box 2
Folder

1. New York State Bar Association, Environmental Law Section, 1993
2. New York State Bar Association, Environmental Law Section, 1994
3. New York State Bar Association, Environmental Law Section, 1995
4. New York State Bar Association, Environmental Law Section, Miscellaneous, undated


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Subseries 3: Projects, 1979-1997

Box 1
Folder

1. Billboards, Company Proposal, undated
2. Billboards, Guides to Outdoor Advertising, 1988
3. Billboards, Highway User Fees on Outdoor Advertising, Report, 1991
4. Billboards, Industry Campaign Contributions, 1990-1993
5. Billboards, Industry Campaign Contributions, 1995-1996
6. Billboards, Information, Other States, 1990, 1993-1994
7. Billboards, Legislation and Notes, 1995
8. Billboards, Legislation and Notes, 1995-1996
9. Billboards, Meetings, 1995
10. Billboards, Miscellaneous, 1984-1989
11. Billboards, Miscellaneous, 1990-1993
12. Billboards, Miscellaneous, 1994-1996
13. Billboards, National and State Laws, Annotated, 1981-1984, 1991-1994
14. Billboards, New York State Billboard Legislation, 1983-1987, 1990-1991, 1994-1996
15. Billboards, News Clippings, 1979, 1981-1984, 1988-1993
16. Billboards, News Clippings, 1994-1996
17. Billboards, Opposition and Support Memorandums, 1985, 1988, 1992, 1994-1995
18. Billboards, Route 17 Billboard Data, 1990
19. Billboards, Scenic America, 1990-1995
20. Billboards, Scenic America, Research on Billboards, 1995
21. Billboards, Sign Survey, 1990
22. Billboards, Syracuse City Planning, 1989-1990
23. Billboards, Tree Cutting, 1993-1994
24. Billboards, Tree Cutting, Astoria, 1995
25. Billboards, User Fees, 1988-1992
26. Billboards, Vegetation Bill, Memorandum and Bill Drafts, 1997
27. Billboards, Visual Pollution and Sign Control: A Legal Handbook on Billboard Reform, 1988

Box 2
Folder

1. Citizen’s Suit, Bills and Memorandums, 1995-1996
2. Citizen’s Suit, General Information, 1991, 1995-1996
3. Clean Air, 1992
4. Clean Air, 1993-1994
5. Clean Air, 1995
6. Clean Air, Bills, 1993
7. Clean Air, Department of Transportation, Wetlands, 1995
8. Clean Air, Dirty Donut Bill, 1994-1995
9. Clean Air, ECO Repeal, 1995-1996
10. Clean Air, “Emissions Standards for Motor Vehicles,” 1992
11. Clean Air, Employee Trip Reduction, 1993-1994
12. Clean Air, Employee Trip Reduction, Wisconsin, 1991-1993
13. Clean Air, General Information, 1989-1993
14. Clean Air, Health, 1990-1995
15. Clean Air, Low Emission Vehicles, 1991, 1992-1994
16. Clean Air, Miscellaneous, 1990, 1992-1993, 1996
17. Clean Air, MMT Gasoline Additive, 1993
18. Clean Air, New Jersey, ECO, 1992
19. Clean Air, Planning, 1993-1995
20. Clean Air, Questionnaire and Answers, 1993
21. Clean Air, Regulations, 1991, 1993
22. Clean Air, Toxics, 1989
23. Land Use, Allegany, 1996-1997
24. Land Use, Law Center, Pace University, 1995-1996
25. Land Use, Local Institute of Land Policy, 1996
26. Land Use, March 1996 Round Table, 1995-1996
27. Land Use, Parks, S6372a, Maziarz/Hoyt, 1996
28. Land Use, Reports, 1991
29. Land Use, Reports, 1992-1993
30. Land Use, Transportation Workshop, 1993-1994
31. Lead, 1993, 1996

Box 3
Folder

1. Lead, 1997
2. Lead, Bill 51262, 1992, 1995-1996
3. Lead, Flyer and Script, 1993
4. Lead, Information, 1991-1992
5. Lead, Press, 1994-1996
6. Lead, Special Sessions, 1996
7. Lead, Worker Certification and Training, 1995-1996
8. Miscellaneous, Bills, 1997
9. Miscellaneous, Citizens Advisory Council Legislation, 1997
10. Miscellaneous, Construction and Demolition Debris Disposal Legislation, 1989, 1992-1993
11. Miscellaneous, Great Lakes Initiative, Rochester, 1994-1995
12. Miscellaneous, Green Plans, 1996
13. Miscellaneous, Legislative Visits, 1987-1997
14. Miscellaneous, New York State Legislation, Miscellaneous, 1993
15. Miscellaneous, Women’s Environment and Development Organization, 1991
16. Miscellaneous, Women’s Health Meetings, 1994-1995
17. Pesticides, Campaign for Sustainable Agriculture, undated
18. Pesticides, DEET Decision, 1995
19. Pesticides, Great Waters Report, 1994-1995
20. Pesticides, Healthy Schools Network, 1995
21. Pesticides, Lawn Care and Golf Courses, 1994-1995
22. Pesticides, Legislation, 1994-1995
23. Pesticides, Miscellaneous, 1994-1995
24. Pesticides, Miscellaneous, 1995-1996
25. Pesticides, News Clippings, 1993-1995
26. Pesticides, Organic Farming, 1992, 1994
27. Pesticides, Reporting Bill, 1993-1995
28. Transportation, Alternative Fuels, 1994-1996
29. Transportation, Articles and Vendor Lists, 1992-1993
30. Transportation, Auto Industry Credibility, undated
31. Transportation, Bicycle and Pedestrian Paths, Bills, 1994-1996
32. Transportation, Bicycle Plan Model, 1990-1994
33. Transportation, Bicycle Transportation, 1994-1995
34. Transportation, Bills, 1993-1994
35. Transportation, Biographies of Louis Tomson, Richard Swist, and Gene Russianoff, 1995
36. Transportation, Buffalo, 1995
37. Transportation, California Transportation Efficiency Act, 1994
38. Transportation, Capital District Transportation Committee, 1995
39. Transportation, Capital District Transportation Committee, Reports, April-July 1995
40. Transportation, Capital District Fixed Guideway Transit Feasibility Study, 1995
41. Transportation, Capital District Fixed Guideway Transit Feasibility Study, 1995

Box 4
Folder

1. Transportation, Capital District Transportation Committee, Reports, August-October, 1995.
2. Transportation, Capital District Transportation Committee, Reports, February-July, 1996
3. Transportation, Capital District Transportation Committee, Comments and Responses to Reports, 1997
4. Transportation, City Portion of Funding, 1993
5. Transportation, Clinton Cuts, 1994
6. Transportation, Coalition, 1992-1993
7. Transportation, Coalition, Anne Haro, 1992-1993
8. Transportation, Control Measures, 1993
9. Transportation, Cornell Cycles, 1992
10. Transportation, D’Amato, SenatorAlphonse, and Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, 1994
11. Transportation, Department of Transportation, General, 1994
12. Transportation, Department of Transportation, Hearings, Budget, 1996
13. Transportation, Department of Transportation, Wetlands, Collman, 1995-1996
14. Transportation, Diesel, Bus Campaign, 1979, 1993-1994
15. Transportation, Diesel, Bus Campaign, 1995
16. Transportation, Diversion of Highway Funding, 1994
17. Transportation, Dump Diesel, Report to Levy, 1995-1996
18. Transportation, Dump Diesel, 1994, 1996
19. Transportation, Dump Diesel, (October 1995), 1994-1995
20. Transportation, Dump Diesel, Compressed Natural Gas Task Force, 1995-1996
21. Transportation, Electric Cars, Low Emission Vehicles/Zero Emissions Vehicles, 1993-1995
22. Transportation, Endorsements, Upstate Transit Coalition, 1993
23. Transportation, Energy, 1994
24. Transportation, Enhancement Surveys, 1993-1994
25. Transportation, Environmental Racism, Briefing Materials, 1987, 1991-1994
26. Transportation, Executive Orders, Numbers 10-13, 1995
27. Transportation, Freight, 1992-1994
28. Transportation, Genesee Transportation Council, 1993
29. Transportation, Herkimer-Oneida, 1993
30. Transportation, High Speed Trains, 1992, 1994
31. Transportation, Individuals, 1993-1995
32. New Visions for Capital District Transportation, 1993
33. New Visions for Capital District Transportation, 1995

Box 5
Folder

1. Transportation, Information, 1993
2. Transportation, Intelligent Vehicle-Highway System, undated
3. Transportation, Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, Appointments, 1992
4. Transportation, Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, Enhancements, 1991-1994
5. Transportation, Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, Enhancements, California, 1993
6. Transportation, Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, Enhancements, Washington State, undated
7. Transportation, Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, Federal Interim Regulations and Federal Transit Administration, 1992-1993
8. Transportation, Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, Information for Loretta Simon, 1994
9. Transportation, Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, Moynihan, Daniel Patrick 1992
10. Transportation, Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, Report Planning, 1992-1993
11. Transportation, Land, Taking Law, 1996
12. Transportation, Land Use and Transportation, 1993
13. Transportation, Legal Changes, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, 1994
14. Transportation, Levy Road and Bridge Bill, 1993
15. Transportation, Lists [names, affiliations, and contact information], undated
16. Lobby Day, March 7, 1995
17. Transportation, Lobbying, 1991-1993
18. Transportation, Long Island, 1993
19. Transportation, Long Island Expressway, 1996
20. Transportation, Magnetically Levitated (Maglev), New York State, 1990-1994
21. Transportation, Major Investment Studies (MIS), 1994
22. Transportation, Marsh Bus Company, 1995
23. Transportation, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, Cuts, 1994
24. Transportation, Meetings and Memorandums, In-house, 1992-1993
25. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Albany Questionnaire, 1993
26. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Conference, Buffalo, 1992
27. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Correspondence with Directors, 1993
28. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Federal, 1994
29. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Mailers, 1994
30. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Mailing List, 1993-1994
31. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Maps, circa 1992
32. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Members, 1993
33. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Pie Charts and Tables, Final Report, 1993
34. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Press, 1992-1995
35. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Public Participation, 1993-1994
36. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Questionnaire, Other States Listing Information and Directories, 1993
37. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Report Cards, 1992
38. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Reports, 1993
39. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, State [New York], 1994
40. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Statewide, 1992-1994
41. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Surveys, 1993
42. Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Surveys, 1994
43. Transportation, Metropolitan Transit Authority, 1997

Box 6
Folder

1. Transportation, Metropolitan Transit Authority, Alternative Buses, Electric/Hybrid, 1995
2. Transportation, Metropolitan Transit Authority, Fall, 1995
3. Transportation, Metropolitan Transit Authority, Hearing, New York City, February 1996
4. Transportation, Miscellaneous Reports, 1989-1991
5. Transportation, Montreal Protocol, Ozone, 1987
6. Transportation, Natural Gas Bus, 1993-1994
7. Transportation, New York Automobile Association, 1993
8. Transportation, New York City Bar Association, 1995-1996
9. Transportation, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, 1990-1992
10. Transportation, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, 1993
11. Transportation, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, 1994
12. Transportation, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, History and Organization, 1992, 1994
13. Transportation, New York State Bar Association Committee on Transportation, 1995
14. Transportation, New York State Energy Office, 1992-1993
15. Transportation, New York State Public Transit Association, 1992-1993
16. Transportation, New York State Transportation Efficiency Act, 1994-1995
17. Transportation, New York State Transportation Efficiency Act, Amendment Drafts, 1994
18. Transportation, New York State Transportation Efficiency Act, Bills, 1994-1995
19. Transportation, New York State Transportation Efficiency Act, Correspondence, 1994
20. Transportation, New York State Transportation Efficiency Act, News Coverage, 1994
21. Transportation, New York State Transportation Efficiency Act, Planning Fall, 1994
22. Transportation, New York State Transportation Efficiency Act, Preparatory and Drafts, 1994
23. Transportation, News Clippings, 1992-1993
24. Transportation, Niagara Frontier Transportation Committee 1989, 1992-1993
25. Transportation, Niagara Frontier Transportation Committee, 1993
26. Transportation, Niagara Frontier Transportation Committee 1994-1995
27. Transportation, Niagara Frontier Transportation Association and Committee, 1992-1993
28. Transportation, One Person, One Vote Cases, 1973-1990
29. Transportation, Ozone Studies, 1992-1993
30. Transportation, Pataki, George, 1995
31. Transportation, Penn Station Redevelopment, undated

Box 7
Folder

1. Transportation, Philadelphia Conference, Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991, 1993
2. Transportation, Press Conference, 1996
3. Transportation, Public Participation, 1993-1994
4. Transportation, Queens Meeting, 1995
5. Transportation, Railroads, 1994
6. Transportation, Reform, 1993-1994
7. Transportation, Regional Plan Association, 1993
8. Transportation, Regional Plan Association, 1996
9. Transportation, Reports, 1991
10. Transportation, Reports, 1991
11. Transportation, Reports, 1992
12. Transportation, Reports, 1992
13. Transportation, Reports, 1992
14. Transportation, Reports, 1993

Box 8
Folder

1. Transportation, Reports, 1993
2. Transportation, Reports, 1993
3. Transportation, Reports, 1993
4. Transportation, Reports, 1993
5. Transportation, Reports, 1994
6. Transportation, Reports, 1994
7. Transportation, Reports, 1994
8. Transportation, Reports, 1994
9. Transportation, Reports, 1994
10. Transportation, Reports, 1994
11. Transportation, Reports, 1994

Box 9
Folder

1. Transportation, Reports, 1994
2. Transportation, Reports, 1995
3. Transportation, Reports, 1995
4. Transportation, Reports, 1996
5. Transportation, Reports, 1996
6. Transportation, Reports, 1997
7. Transportation, Reports, undated
8. Transportation, Reports, undated
9. Transportation, Reports, undated
10. Transportation, Roundtable Responses, 1995
11. Transportation, Saratoga, Truck By-pass, 1995-1997
12. Transportation, Scenic Byways, 1966
13. Transportation, Scherman Foundation, 1996-1997
14. Transportation, Seven Point Plan, 1992-1994
15. Transportation, Surface Transit Policy Project (STPP), 1993
16. Transportation, Syracuse Metropolitan Transportation Council, Memorandums and Agendas, 1993-1994
17. Transportation, Testimony, 1992, 1994

Box 10
Folder

1. Transportation, Thruway Authority, Niagara, 1994
2. Transportation, Transit, General, 1996
3. Transportation, Transit, Pre-1992, 1981-1983
4. Transportation, Transit, Pre-1992, 1984-1988
5. Transportation, Transportation Alternative, 1991-1993
6. Transportation, “Transportation Spending in New York: The Path Not Taken,” Loretta Simon, undated
7. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Ad Campaign, 1995
8. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Committee, 1995
9. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Defense Fund, 1993-1994
10. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Defense Fund, 1995
11. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Defense Fund, undated
12. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Funding, 1995
13. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, 1980, 1991-1993
14. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, June 1993, 1992-1993
15. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, September 1993
16. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, November 1993
17. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General February 1994
18. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, March 1994, 1991-1995
19. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, May 1994, 1991-1995
20. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, February 1995
21. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, April 1995, 1994-1995
22. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, May 1995, 1991, 1995
23. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, Summer 1995
24. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, November 1995
25. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, December 1995
26. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, January 1996, 1995-1996
27. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, General, February 1996, 1995-1996
28. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Meetings, 1996
29. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Miscellaneous, 1995-1996

Box 11
Folder

1. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Mobilizing the Region, 1996
2. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Retreat, 1994
3. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Retreat, 1995
4. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Retreat, Notebook, 1995
5. Transportation, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Work Plans, 1995
6. Capital District Transportation Committee, 1993-1994
7. Capital District Transportation Committee, 1993-1994
8. Capital District Transportation Committee, 1993-1994
9. Capital District Transportation Committee 1994-1995
10. Capital District Transportation Committee, 1994-1995


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Series 5: General Correspondence, 1984-1989

Box 1
Folder

1. January 1 – May 29, 1984
2. June 6 – September 26, 1984
3. October 1 – December 31, 1984
4. January 30 – April 30, 1985
5. May 2 – September 24, 1985
6. October 3 – December 30, 1985
7. January 2 – February 28, 1986
8. March 3 – May 30, 1986
9. June 1 – August 25, 1986
10. September 2 – December 29, 1986


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Series 6: Publications, 1972-2006
Subseries 1: Environmental Advocates Publications, 1972-2004

Box 1
Folder

1. Albany Report, 1988-1989
2. Albany Report, 1990
3. Albany Report, 1991
4. Albany Report, 1992
5. Albany Report, 1993
6. Albany Report, 1994
7. Albany Report, 1995
8. Albany Report, 1996
9. Albany Report, 1997
10. Albany Report, 1998
11. Albany Report, 1999-2004
12. Chlorine, Human Health, and the Environment: The Breast Cancer Report, 1993
13. Environmental Advocates, Annual Report, 1994-1995
14. Environmental Planning Lobby, Agenda, 1987-1989
15. Environmental Planning Lobby, Member Application, undated
16. Garbage In/Garbage Out: A Hard Look at Mixed Municipal Solid Waste Composting, 1991
17. Garbage In/Garbage Out: A Hard Look at Mixed Municipal Solid Waste Composting, Draft, 1991
18. Green Sheet, 1996
19. Green Sheet, 1997
20. Green Sheet, 1998
21. Green Sheet, 1999
22. Green Sheet, 2000-2004
23. Green Sheets: A Survey of the Status and Needs of Street Trees in New York’s Cities, 1998
24. In Praise of E.P.L.: Celebrating the Environment 1969-1989, 1989
25. Public Transportation for a Livable New York, Brochure, 1992
26. Shortchanged: New York State and the Land and Water Conservation Fund, 1995
27. Shortchanged: New York State and the Land and Water Conservation Fund, Drafts, 1994-1995
28. Shortchanged: New York State and the Land and Water Conservation Fund, Drafts, 1995
29. Shortchanged: New York State and the Land and Water Conservation Fund, Photographs, 1995
30. Shortchanged: New York State and the Land and Water Conservation Fund, Printers Reference Copy, 1995
31. Speaking Out for the Environment, Donation Solicitation, undated
32. Tools for Action: A Citizen’s Handbook on New York State’s Superfund Program, 1987
33. Transportation Spending in New York: The Path Not Taken, Drafts, 1993
34. Transportation Spending in New York: The Path Not Taken, Drafts, 1993
35. Name Change, Mailing Advertisement, 1995
36. Environmental Protection and Economic Growth…New York Can Have Both, Mailing, undated
37. Your Right to Know: To Protect You and Your Family’s Health, undated
38. Voters’ Guide, 1972-1979
39. Voters’ Guide, 1980-1989
40. Voters’ Guide, 1990-2004, 2006
41. Issues in Focus, undated


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Series 6: Publications, 1972-2006
Subseries 2: Publications of Others, 1975-2002

Box 1
Folder

1. Acid Precipitation Digest, 1983, 1986, 1987
2. Action/Action Bulletin, 1982-1989
3. Adirondack, 1982, 1988
4. Adirondack Advocate, 1992
5. Adirondack Council, 1991
6. Adirondack Council, Special Report, 1982-1989
7. Adirondack Update, 1994
8. Agenda: New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPRIG), 1982-1988
9. Association News, 1992
10. Audubon Wildlife Bulletin, 1983-1985
11. Bronx River Restoration, Update, 1987
12. The Butterfly Effect (formerly Pandora’s Box), 1991
13. Capital Eyes, 1992-1994
14. Catskill Center News, 1982-1988
15. Catskill Center Newsletter, 1989-1992
16. Center for Environmental Information (CEI) Sphere, 1992
17. Center for Environmental Information (CEI), Annual Report, 1987
18. Central New York Environment, 1986-1988
19. City Limits, 1983, 1985, 1986
20. Clearwater Navigator, 1984, 1988
21. Concerned Citizens of Essex County, 1988
22. Cycle: The Membership Newsletter of the Environmental Coalition, 1988
23. Don’t Waste New York, 1991
24. The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 1986-1990
25. Environmental Clearinghouse of Schenectady, 1984-1986, 1992
26. Environmental Policy Institute: Perspectives, 1984
27. Environment Reporter, 1989
28. Fertility on the Brink, The Legacy of the Chemical Age, 1994
29. From the Ground Up: Environmental Law and Practice for the Hudson Valley, 1992
30. Gaining Altitude, 1990-1991
31. Garbage Guide (Environmental Action Foundation), 1975, 1977, 1979
32. Hazardous Waste Information Focus on New York State, 1986
33. The Hudson Valley Green Times, 1982-1984
34. The Hudson Valley Green Times, 1985-1989
35. The Hudson Valley Green Times, 1990, 1992
36. Inform Reports, 1983-1986
37. Journal of Pesticide Reform, 1987
38. Lake George Association News, 1987-1989
39. Lake Champlain Committee Newsletter, 1987-1988
40. Land Use Law Reporter, 1993-1994
41. Listings Catalog: A Nonprofit Information Clearinghouse for Waste and Reuse Value, 1992
42. Long Island Groundwater Management Program, Draft, Department of Environmental Conservation, 1983
43. Miscellaneous, 1983-1989
44. LighTrail Newsletter, 1996
45. The Green Drummer, undated
46. Environmental Update, 1993
47. The Examiner, 1995
48. Alabama Environmental Council State News, 1995
49. Empire State Report, 1994
50. Environmental Law in New York, 1991-1996
51. Fifty Simple Things You can do to Save the Earth, 1989
52. Adirondack Voices, 1991
53. Adirondack Park Agency Newsline, 1985
54. Environmental Law in New York, 1991

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Folder

1. Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Newsline, 1984
2. New England Environmental Network News, 1984-1987
3. New Jersey Environmental Lobby News, 1981-1986
4. New York Can: Can News, 1984
5. New York Environmental News (NYEN), 1983-1988
6. New York Waste Reporter, 1994
7. New York State Energy Office, 1983-1987
8. New York State Environment, 1982
9. New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation, 1986-1989
10. New York State Environmental Congress Directory, 1992
11. New York State Environmental Congress Directory, Draft, 1992
12. The News Bulletin of the National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides (NCAMP), Technical Report, 1988
13. Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides, Annual Report, 1987
14. Nonpoint Assessment Report, Draft, Department of Environmental Conservation, 1989
15. Northeastern Farmland Update, 1992
16. Oceanwatch, 1988
17. The Outdoor Path, 1982.
18. People for Animal Rights (PARS), 1992
19. Pesticides and You, 1983-1988
20. The Pinelander, 1984
21. The Powerline, 1988
22. Preservation League of New York State, 1984-1985
23. Public Citizen, 1991
24. Rain, 1985-1986
25. Resources: Environmental Task Force, 1981-1986
26. Ripples, 1984-1986
27. Scenic America Publications, 1990-1994
28. Scenic Hudson News, 1982-1988
29. Sierra Club, Various, 1980-1989
30. Solutions, 1996
31. Toxics in Your Community, 1984-1988
32. Tug Hill Commission Newsletter, 1982-1984
33. Up River/Down River, 1990-1991
34. Upper Hudson Environmental Action Committee, 1984
35. Upstate Environment (formerly Link), 1982-1988
36. Waste Not, 1988-1995
37. Where We Stand, Informational Brochure, Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks, 1992
38. Who Pays… and Why, undated
39. Women and the Environment, 1983
40. Your Office Paper Recycling Guide, undated
41. Wetlands News, 1994
42. New York State Lamplight, 1994
43. Peer Review, 1995
44. Rachel’s Hazardous Waste News, 1988
45. River Watch, 1988
46. Waste and Toxics Progress Report, 1994
47. Trail Walker, 1982-1988
48. The Proposed Saint Lawrence Cement Plant in Greenport and Hudson, 2002


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Series 7: Audio Visuals, 1989-1995
Subseries 1: Audio, 1989-1992

Box 1
Tape

1. Radio Advertisement, Senator Hugh T. Farley and Drinking Water
2. Radio Advertisement, Senators Ralph J. Marino and Dean G. Skelos and Water Protection
3. 20th Anniversary, Dick Cavett, Lee Wasserman, David Sive, Gov. Mario Cuomo (New York), Tom Chapin, Attorney General Robert Abrams
4. 20th Anniversary, Dick Cavett, Sigourney Weaver, Warren Liebold
5. Radio Advertisement, Senator Nicholas A. Spano and Drinking Water
6. Lee Wasserman discussing the Bonnie Raitt Concert for Women’s Health, WNEW-FM, 1994
7. Clean Air Promo
8. Ask the Governor, WCBS, June 18, 1992


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Series 7: Audio Visuals, 1989-1995
Subseries 2: Moving Images, 1989-1995

Box 1

Employees To IBM-Kingston, undated
Environment '90 Animal Rights, 1990
Environment '90 Beyond Earth Day Keynote Speech by Bill McKibben, Author of The End of Nature, 1990
Environment '90 Beyond Earth Day Perspectives on the Adirondack Commission Report for the Next Legislative Session, 1990
Environment '90 Beyond Earth Day Pesticide Residues on Food, 1990
Environment '90 Beyond Earth Day Plenary Session: The 21st Century Environmental Bond Act, [1990]
Environment '90 Beyond Earth Day Speech by Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Thomas circa Jorling, 1990
Environment '90 BRC Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1990
Environmental Enforcement Act Video, 1990
Environmental Enforcement Act Video, Glatz, 309 Madison St., Westbury, undated
Environmental Enforcement Act, undated
Environmental Enforcement Act Video, undated

Box 2

External Affairs Canada "Acid Rain: A North American Challenge," undated
Inside Albany, 1995
Lead Contamination, 1991
Lead Contamination, 1991
Lead Contamination, 1991
New Jersey Office of Recycling How To Start A Recycling Program, copy 2, undated
New Jersey Office of Recycling How To Start A Recycling Program, undated
New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste [Sub Committee] (NYSLLRWSC), Meeting, July 17, 1991
New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste [Sub Committee] (NYSLLRWSC), Meeting, November 14, 1991
New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste [Sub Committee] (NYSLLRWSC), Meeting, October 16, 1991
New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste [Sub Committee] (NYSLLRWSC), Meeting, September 11, 1991
New York You Can Save James Bay, undated

Box 3

New York You Can Save James Bay, New, undated
New York's Environmental Movement: Environment '89, 1989
Newark: The Global City, 1990.
Recyclable. Reusable. Responsible, undated
Senator Leichter, Lee Wasserman, Shelly Keith, undated
The Gorman Brothers Inc.: Cold In-Place Recycling Train, undated
Unidentified
W.O.W. No. 16 Waste Management As If The Future Mattered, June, 1989


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Series 8: Subject Files, 1980-1995

Box 1
Folder

1. Cuomo, Mario, 1982-1994
2. Environmental Education, General Information, 1983-1984, 1987
3. Environmental Facilities Corporation, 1980-1983
4. Environmental Facilities Corporation, 1984-1985
5. Environmental Protection Agency, Budget, 1982-1985
6. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Quality Bond Act of 1986, Land Acquisition, 1988
7. Environmental Protection Agency, General Information, 1980-1990
8. Governor’s Office, Appointments, 1983-1987
9. Governor’s Office, Correspondence/Meetings (Governor related), 1982-1984
10. Governor’s Office, News Clippings, 1983-1987
11. Grants, 1978, 1984
12. Hiring Freeze, Executive Order, State of New York, 1995
13. Miscellaneous, News Clippings, 1988-1989
14. State of the State Address, 1985-1993
15. Stone, Ward B., News Clippings, 1989
16. The Executive Budget, 1990-1991
17. Governor Mario Cuomo’s Proposal for the Adirondacks
18. Governor’s Environmental Advisory Council, 1993
19. Moynihan, Daniel Patrick, 1993
20. Moynihan, Daniel Patrick, 1993
21. State of New York Executive Budget, 1992-1993


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Series 9: Special Events, 1989-2001

Box 1
Folder

1. 20th Anniversary, In Praise of the E.P.L., Celebrate the Environment, Invitation, 1989
2. 25th Anniversary, 25 years later, so much done, so much to do…, 1994
3. 25th Anniversary, 25 years later, so much done, so much to do…, Correspondence, 1994-1996
4. 25th Anniversary, 25 years later, so much done, so much to do…, Event Invitations, 1994
5. 25th Anniversary, 25 years later, so much done, so much to do…, Mailing Lists, 1992, 1994
6. Adirondack Event, Champagne, Sherry, Tea & Talk about and for the Environment with Artists and Writers, 1994
7. Adirondack Event, 1995
8. Albany Event, Legislator of the Year, 1992
9. Allen, Richard, Appeal, 1994
10. Allen, Richard, Roast, 1993
11. Bing, Cynthia and Sandy, Event, A Rock in a Hard Place, Attendance, 1995
12. Bing, Cynthia and Sandy, Event, A Rock in a Hard Place, Response, 1995
13. Board Invitation Lists, New York City Fundraiser, 1996-1998
14. Boat Ride, 1992
15. Buy a Key and Help Open our New Door, Invitation, 1991
16. Celebrating the Many Shades of Green, 2000 Advocate Awards, Program, 2000
16. Chapman, Helen, Event, Celebrate New York’s Year of the Environment with EPL, 1993
17. Earth Day/Lobby Day, 2000-2001

Box 2
Folder

1. Enck, Judith, Roast, 1998
2. Enck, Judith, Roast, Friends of Judith, Invitation List, 1998
3. Enck, Judith, Roast, Host Committee, 1998
4. Enck, Judith, Roast, Program Book, 1998
5. Enck, Judith, Roast, Returned Invitations, 1998
6. Environment ’89, 1989
7. Environment ’98: Plug into New York, 1998
8. Environment ’99: Upstate/Downstate, 1999
9. Environmental Planning Lobby/New York Environmental Institute, 1993-1994
10. Environmental Planning Lobby/New York Environmental Institute, Slide Presentation, n.d
11. Event Lists, December 1, 1994
12. House Parties, 1992
13. Kiley, Robert and Rona, Event, Make an Investment…In the Environment, 1992
14. Kiley, Robert and Rona, Event, Make an Investment…In the Environment, Donation Responses, 1992
15. Miscellaneous Invitations, 1993-1995
16. New York City Event, Lists, 1994-1995
17. New York City Event, 1995
18. New York City Event, Invitation, Honorary Committee, 1995
19. New York City Event, Something’s in the Air, 1996
20. New York City Event, A Vehicle for Change, 1997
21. New York City Event, Healthy Cities, Healthy Kids, 1998

Box 3
Folder

1. Raitt, Bonnie, Concert, 1994
2. Sample Invitations, 1992
3. Silent Auction, 1991
4. Tennis Tournament, 1992-1993
5. Theatre Benefit, 1995
6. Theatre Benefit, 1998
7. Westchester Event, 1992
8. Westchester Event, 1994
9. Westchester Event, 1995
10. Worth, Blaikie, Event, 1991
11. Worth, Blaikie, Event, Follow-up Mailing, 1995


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