NYS Supreme Court Ruling Finds Problems with the NYS Clean Water Act Permit

NYS Supreme Court Ruling Finds Problems with the NYS Clean Water Act Permit        – e‑Alert
April 26, 2018

NYS Supreme Court Ruling Finds Problems with the NYS Clean Water Act Permit

By: Karl Czymmek, Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY

Environmental groups sued NYS DEC claiming that aspects of the Clean Water Act Permit (GP-0-16-002) do not meet Clean Water Act requirements. The ECL Permit was not challenged. The full implications of the April 24 NYS Supreme Court Decision are not yet known, but the Court found that the permit process should allow for more public engagement to meet the public participation requirements of the Clean Water Act. More information will be shared as it becomes available.
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