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          VOLUME 25, NO. 39                                  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2020                                                  25 CENTS

                                                                   “Marine Life, Shellfish, and Biodiversity are Being
               Passing of Supreme Court
             Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg                                Choked by Hydraulic Dredging in Oyster Bay
                                                                    Harbor and We Must Prevent it From Happening

                                                                                            in Mill Neck Creek”

















                  Our nation mourns the loss of Supreme Court Justice
             Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an incredible pioneer in the field of
             law and a champion of justice. She was nominated by then,
             president Bill Clinton in 1993 and served until her death on
             September 18, 2020, it was an incredible 27 years. Justice
             Ginsburg spent her entire career working to eliminate
             gender-based stereotypes in legislation and regulations.
             She is only the second woman to sit on the bench of the   Suozzi calls on Army Corps of Engineers to re-examine permitting process for hydraulic
             United States Supreme Court in its 212 year history. She   shellfish dredging
             may have been small in stature but she was a giant warrior
             in the field of law always fighting the great fight.            Congressman  Tom  Suozzi  Corps of Engineers (ACOE) to re-       Joining Suozzi were representa-
                                                                   (D – Long Island, Queens) was  examine their permitting process  tives from Citizens Campaign for
                                                                   joined by baymen and local en-  for hydraulic shellfish dredging  the  Environment,  Earthjustice,
           Rockaway Coast Wind Farm Project                        vironmental groups to call on the  of clams and oysters in the Oyster   (Continued on page 2)
                                                                   New York District of the Army  Bay Harbor and Mill Neck Creek.
              Can be an Economic Generator
                                                                    Columbus Statue Swiped From Apartment

                                                                          Building in Name of Cancel Culture


















             NYS Senator Joseph Addabbo  port infrastructure investment,
        met virtually with the NYS Energy  totaling more than $400 million
        Research and Development Au-  in public and private dollars for
        thority (NYSERDA) and received  port infrastructure in New York
        a positive update on the wind farm  since last year.
        project off the Rockaway shores.  This new procurement with the
        Addabbo is thrilled that New York  Empire Wind Project are the Sun-
        State is moving ahead with innova-  rise Wind Project and several land-
        tive climate change measures and  based renewable energy projects
        natural energy resources.    issued by NYSERDA and New
             Addabbo was also informed  York Power Authority (NYPA).
        by NYSERDA that New York’s       The project will also study the
        second  offshore  solicitation  is  impact  offshore  wind  turbines
        seeking up to 2,500 megawatts,                             Dr Sean Morrison, right, with the statue at his feet the moment his neighbor John Cartafalsa,
        including a complementary multi-  (Continued on page 3)    91, arrives home from Florida. See story on page 7.
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