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U.S. Senate
Senators for the State of New York --

The Honorable Charles E. Schumer (D)
U.S. Senate 
Hart Senate Office Building -- Room 313 
Washington, D.C. 20510 
Telephone: 202.224.6542 
E-mail: senator@schumer.senate.gov

The Honorable Hillary Rodham Clinton (D)
U.S. Senate
Dirksen Senate Office Building -- Room B-40, Suite 6
Washington, D.C. 20510
Telephone: 202.224.4451 
E-mail: senator@clinton.senate.gov


U.S. House of Representatives
Representatives for the State of New York --

If your Member of Congress is not listed here, or if you are not sure of the name of your Representative, then click on the following link:
www.house.gov/writerep

New York State - 19th Congressional District --
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly (R)
1122 Longworth House Office Building 
Washington, D.C. 20515 
Telephone: 202-225-5441 
E-mail: dearsue@mail.house.gov

New York State - 20th Congressional District --
The Honorable Benjamin Gilman (R)
2449 Rayburn House Office Building 
Washington, D.C. 20515 
Telephone: 202.225.3776 
E-mail Congressman Gilman via his Web site at: www.house.gov/gilman/citizen.htm

New York State - 21st Congressional District --
The Honorable Michael R. McNulty (D)
2161 Rayburn House Office Building 
Washington, D.C. 20515-3221 
Telephone: 202.225.5076 
E-mail: mike.mcnulty@mail.house.gov

New York State - 22nd Congressional District --
The Honorable John E. Sweeney (R)
437 Cannon House Office Building 
Washington, D.C. 20515 
Telephone: 202.225.5614 
E-mail: john.sweeney@mail.house.gov

New York State - 26th Congressional District --
The Honorable Maurice Hinchey (D)
2431 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington D.C. 20515
Telephone: 202.225.6335
E-mail: mhinchey@mail.house.gov

If your Member of Congress is not listed here, or if you are not sure of the name of your Representative, then click on the following link:
www.house.gov/writerep


U.S. Environmental Protection Agency -- Headquarters 

The Honorable Christine Todd Whitman, Administrator 
U.S.- E.P.A. Headquarters -- 1101A 
Ariel Rios Building 
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20460 
Telephone: 202.564.4700 
Fax: 202.501.1450
E-mail: whitman.christine@epa.gov


Public Comments - Important Points
When submitting your comments to U.S.E.P.A., please send to:
     U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
     290 Broadway -- 19th Floor
     New York, NY  10007-1866

or E-mail to:
      HudsonComment.Region2@epa.gov


New York State Government

Governor George E. Pataki (R)
State Capitol
Albany, New York 12224 
Telephone: 518.474.8390 
E-mail: gov.pataki@chamber.state.ny.us

John P. Cahill, Commissioner
New York State -
Department of Environmental Conservation
(NYSDEC)
50 Wolf Road
Albany, New York 12233-1011
Telephone: 518.485.8940
Fax: 518.457.7744
E-mail: jcahill@gw.dec.state.ny.us


Contact the President
President of the United States --

George W. Bush (R)
The White House 
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20500
Telephone: 202.456.1414
Fax: 202.456.2461
E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov


Local Newspapers
(It is recommended that you include your name, address, and day and evening telephone numbers when writing a letter for publication.  Most editors will not publish letters that cannot be verified, nor those that are illegible, irresponsible or factually inaccurate.)

Albany Times-Union --
Letters to the Editor 
P.O. Box 15000 
Albany, New York 12212 
E-mail: tuletters@timesunion.com

Daily Freeman --
Letters to the Editor
79 Hurley Avenue 
Kingston, New York 12401 
E-mail: dailyfree@aol.com

Metroland --
Letters to the Editor 
4 Central Ave. -- 4th Floor 
Albany, New York 12210 
E-mail: metroland@metland.com

Poughkeepsie Journal --
Letters to the Editor 
85 Civic Center Plaza 
Poughkeepsie, New York 12601
E-mail Poughkeepsie Journal via their Web site at: www.poughkeepsiejournal.com
or use the following E-mail address: 
letters@poughkee.gannett.com

Schenectady Gazette --
Letters to the Editor 
P.O. Box 1090 
Schenectady, New York 12301-1090
E-mail: gazette@dailygazette.com

The Berkshire Eagle --
Letters to the Editor 
P.O. Box 1171 
Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01202 
E-mail: eagle@berkshire.net

The Journal News --
Letters to the Editor 
1 Gannett Drive
White Plains, New York 10604 
E-mail The Journal News via their Web site at: 
www.nyjournalnews.com
or use the following E-mail address: letters@westches.gannett.com

The Post-Star --
Letters to the Editor 
Editorial Department 
P.O. Box 2157 
Glens Falls, New York 12801
E-mail The Post-Star via their Web site at: 
www.poststar.com

The Saratogian --
Letters to the Editor 
20 Lake Avenue 
Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 
E-mail: saranews@nycap.rr.com

The Times Herald-Record
Letters to the Editor 
40 Mulberry Street
Middletown, New York 10940 
E-mail: letters@th-record.com

Troy Record --
Letters to the Editor 
501 Broadway 
Troy, New York 12180 
E-mail: newsroom@troyrecord.com
 

What YOU can do!
 
Submit your comments to E.P.A.
During the three-year design phase of the Hudson River clean-up, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is interested in receiving public comments regarding various specific aspects of the plan to remove G.E.'s PCB pollution in portions of the 40-mile stretch of upper Hudson River from Fort Edward downstream to the Federal Dam at Troy.

To read E.P.A.'s press release, Click Here!)
To read G.E.'s press release, Click Here!)
To see Hudson River PCB 'hot-spots' designated for dredging:
Click Here! (An interactive map from Albany Times-Union); or Click Here! (An interactive map from the Times Herald-Record).

If you would like to give your input about any aspects of U.S.E.P.A.'s plan, or about  PCB's, or about General Electric Company's responsibilities, and/or about anything to do with these important Hudson River matters, then express your views to E.P.A..
.
Public Comments - Important Points
When submitting your comments to U.S.E.P.A., please send to:
     U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
     290 Broadway -- 19th Floor
     New York, NY  10007-1866

or E-mail to:
      HudsonComment.Region2@epa.gov

Voice your opinion!
In addition to submitting your written comments to E.P.A., there is even more that can be done, and it's easy to do:  Contact your two U.S. Senators.  Contact your U.S. Congressman.  Contact General Electric Company's board of directors.  Contact your local newspaper by writing a letter to the editor.  Contact U.S. President George W. BushAlso, contact New York's Governor George Pataki, as well as your State Assemblymember and State Senator. Voice your opinion!  Office addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses are provided by clicking on the respective links above. 

Learn more!
To learn more about the actual condition of the Hudson River--the non-G.E. version of the facts-- please click on this Web site's links to governmental and non-profit environmental organizations, to news stories of interest, as well as to press releases and announcements.  These links will give you the latest information about the Hudson River's present condition, as well as the long-term prospects for the river's recovery using various remediation methods.


A Letter from the Editor
Please submit your comments to E.P.A.
Please do your part in protecting and helping to clean-up and to restore the Hudson River environment. 

Contact E.P.A.and make your voice heard on this important matter.

To read E.P.A.'s press release, Click Here!)
To read G.E.'s press release, Click Here!)
To see Hudson River PCB 'hot-spots' designated for dredging:
Click Here! (An interactive map from Albany Times-Union); or Click Here! (An interactive map from the Times Herald-Record).

Respectfully submitted, 

G. M. Heller 
Washington, D.C. 
(Private citizen, webdomain owner, and
concerned General Electric Company share owner.)
E-mail: editor@hudsonwatch.net

Note: Other than being a share owner in General Electric Company, the owner of this website is not affiliated with G.E., nor with any of the governmental or non-profit environmental organizations listed on this website.


Contact G.E.'s board of directors, as well as your elected officials!

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