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Time running out for NY clean energy bill
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The last movie using Kodak's iconic black and white film is out.
The Sierra Club and an energy company don't like a proposed international power line.
And: An Ohio company is proposing a floating, mixed-use project for Oswego.
The last movie to use Kodak's black and white film, Plus-X, was released earlier this year. Anyone who is surprised that Kodak was still making black and white film two years ago probably hasn't been following the company's struggles. (Matthew Daneman, Democrat and Chronicle)
Ten months after Hurrican Irene, Schoharie County is still dotted by abandoned or damaged houses. And in April the unemployment rate was higher than it's ever been. (Eric Anderson, Times Union)
And if you're looking for a long article that piles on the data about wage stagnation and underemployment and the lousy job market, this New York Times article provides it.
A clean energy bill aimed at reducing the shock to local governments near New York's seven coal-fired power plants if those plants are forced to shut down is in doubt as the legislative session comes to a close. (Brian Nearing, Times Union)
Entergy, the operator of Indian Point nuclear power plant, and the Sierra Club are teaming up to oppose a 333 mile underwater power transmission line that would run from dams and wind farms in Canada to New York City. (Joseph De Avila, Wall Street Journal)
There may just be a floating business-retail-entertainment-residential center coming to Oswego. (Debra Groom, Post-Standard)
After months of review, Syracuse has finally OK'd the sale of its Inner Harbor to a developer. (Ryan Delaney, Innovation Trail/WRVO)