Capital Region lawmakers are hoping to launch a program similar to a popular road and bridge renovation program, but for water infrastructure. The Safe Water Infrastructure Action Program (S.3292/A.3907) would create a companion program to the popular Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement, or CHIPS, program which provides assistance […]
Month: March 2017
If legislative leaders are against a ConCon, should we be for it?
There are times when I think I may have made a mistake. For example, I have been dead set against the idea that New York should have yet another constitutional convention. To do so would add to the burden our already taxed-to-death citizens are facing. We all know the game […]