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September 1, 2011

The Port of Oswego.

  • The Port of Oswego Authority is worried about strict ballast water regulations issued by the state Department of Environmental Conservation. [Pall Times]
  • The Port Authority has no plans to sell One World Trade Center. [NY Post]
  • The NYC Economic Development Corporation is overseeing a program to attract a new high tech university to the city, offering free land and up to $100 million in infrastructure improvements to the institution it ultimately selects. [Inside Higher Ed]
  • According to the Long Island Power Authority: “If our electric system were a person, we just got run over by a truck and we have to put it back together.” [Newsday]
  • A Nassau County court refused to grant summary judgment in a contract dispute between a sanitary district and a waste management company over the payment of IDA-issued bonds. [Waste Management of N.Y., LLC v. Bank of N.Y. Mellon, 2011 N.Y. Slip Op. 32290U (Sup. Ct. Nassau Co. Aug. 18, 2011)]
  • The Jamestown Local Development Corporation is issuing a $200,000 loan to a business that makes motion-control systems and customized hinging mechanisms. [Post-Journal]
  • The BART protests in San Francisco haven’t stopped, but the protesters have a new strategy: not shutting down transit service. [SFist]
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