And be sure to find our very own Chris Cryder for information about protecting our fisheries!
Saturday August 30: Westchester County’s beaches are all open for swimming. Heavy rains often force the closure of some of Westchester’s beaches due to increased bacteria count after as little as 0.5 inches of rain. The beaches that get closed are the public beaches at Harbor Island Park in Mamaroneck and Hudson Park …
Update Sunday August 24: Westchester’s Beaches are still open Unfortunately, beaches are often closed because of contamination from sewer overflows and leaks during periods of rain. Half an inch of rain is enough to preemptively close each of these 10 beaches for a day. The 10 beaches are the public beaches at Harbor Island Park …
Bulletin advises gubernatorial candidates on transportation issues for the fall election and beyond
Update Sunday August 17: The beaches are still open. Saturday August 16: The weather is prime for a beach day!
FuelCell Energy, Inc. announced last week that it would be installing a 2.8 megawatt (mW) fuel cell in New Haven, Connecticut as its second installation, with the first in Bridgeport.
Update on Thursday August 14: The beaches have been reopened!
Snow and rain will filter through the pavement, keeping harmful runoff from entering sewers and polluting the Quinnipiac River.