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Assemblywoman Pat Fahy at the podium, with officials at the Port of Albany.
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Officials are celebrating the selection of the Port of Albany as the first offshore wind tower manufacturing site in the United States.

Ezra Prentice Community Room, February 25, 2020
WAMC photo by Dave Lucas

Global Partners, a closely-watched business in Albany’s South End, hosted a meeting Tuesday with nearby residents who have long raised concerns about the environmental conditions in their neighborhood.

Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan joins other officials to announce the results of the air quality study at Ezra Prentice.
WAMC photo by Dave Lucas

A long-awaited air quality study of Albany's South End neighborhood has been released. Officials say new city and state-led actions will help address air pollution in the area. 

1st ward Councilwoman Dorcey Applyrs led the town hall-style meeting at Ezra Prentice.
WAMC photo by Dave Lucas

State officials are about to reveal the long-awaited results of an air monitoring study in Albany's South End.

Canadian author Bruce Campbell speaking to an audience in Albany, NY (March 20, 2019)
Daniel W. Van Riper

A rail disaster in Quebec in 2013 touched off international concern about the safety of so-called "oil trains" that haul crude from oil fields to refineries and ports across North America, including Albany.  A Canadian author and a local activist say that while the media attention has waned, the danger is as great as ever.