Energy and Environment
I will fight to protect our environment, sustain our natural resources, and keep our communities safe for generations to come. Establishing more affordable, reliable and sustainable energy solutions will create new jobs and industry in the Hudson Valley.
Over the last few years, New York families have faced dramatically rising gas prices. I am committed to supporting efforts to promote energy independence in order to help lower the price at the pump. A comprehensive energy plan must include both short-term and long-term energy solutions in order to reduce our reliance on foreign resources. We can use a mix of traditional fossil fuel sources while expanding domestic resources and investing in innovative renewable technologies that will allow us to have more secure, affordable energy.
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Newburgh, NY - Weeks after announcing the launch of a biomonitoring program to test Newburgh residents for the contaminant perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS), which was found in the Newburgh water supply, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney announced the introduction of two bills to improve and expand testing and research for possible contamination of water supplies.
Newburgh, NY – After successfully pressing the Coast Guard to extend the public comment period for proposed Hudson River anchorage sites, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney announced new federal legislation that would halt the current, and any future United States Coast Guard proposal to expand mooring infrastructure on the Hudson River between Kingston and Yonkers. Rep.
Newburgh, NY — After years of working with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), state and local officials, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney announced an EPA investment of $12 million for the first phase to build a new waterline to supply clean drinking water to 325 homes in Hopewell Junction.
Newburgh, NY — Representative Sean Patrick Maloney joined New York State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker, Senator Bill Larkin, and Assemblyman Frank Skartados to announce the launch of a comprehensive biomonitoring program for City of Newburgh residents that may have been exposed to perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) in the public drinking water supply. In consultation with the U.S.
Washington – After successfully pressing the Coast Guard to extend the public comment period for proposed Hudson River anchorage sites, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney is asking Hudson Valley residents to contact his office directly to provide comments in regards to a reckless proposal to install ten new anchorage sites on the Hudson River from Yonkers to Kingston. Rep. Maloney’s office will collect all comments and deliver them to the Coast Guard prior to the end of the extended comment period on December 7th.
Newburgh, NY — Representative Sean Patrick Maloney released the following statement after reports that the New York State Department of Health (DOH) is planning to test Newburgh residents for levels of water contaminant, which can be associated with severe health issues.
Washington — At a House Transportation and Infrastructure subcommittee hearing with the United States Coast Guard, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney expressed his concern over the U.S. Coast Guards proposed anchorage sites on the Hudson River and asked for a commitment for public hearings to be held in the Hudson Valley. In response to his questioning, Rep. Maloney got a commitment from the Coast Guard to hold public hearings. Last week, Rep. Maloney contacted the Coast Guard to demand an extension to the public comment period.
Newburgh, NY — After Representative Sean Patrick Maloney and other Congressional leaders contacted the Coast Guard to demand an extension to the public comment period regarding proposed anchorage sites on the Hudson River, the Coast Guard announced that the comment period has been extended from September 7 to December 7.
Hudson Valley, N.Y. – U.S. Senators Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand and U.S. Representatives Eliot Engel, Nita Lowey, and Sean Patrick Maloney urged the U.S. Coast Guard to extend the public comment period for the proposed plan to add ten new designated anchorage areas along the Hudson River.
Poughkeepsie, NY — After joining the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) in Albany on Monday, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) joined Assemblyman Frank Skartados, Mayor Rob Rolison, and local stakeholders in Poughkeepsie to outline concerns about the effectiveness of the current cleanup strategy to remediate PCBs in the Hudson River. Currently, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is conducting a five-year review to determine the status of PCBs in the Hudson River.