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For Immediate Release:
1/25/18

Contact:
Steven Gosset | Steven.Gosset@nypa.gov
Media Relations | (914) 390-8192


NYPA AND CANAL CORPORATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO MEET JANUARY 30 ALONG WITH NYPA AND CANAL CORP. AUDIT AND CYBER & PHYSICAL SECURITY COMMITTEES

WHITE PLAINS—The New York Power Authority and Canal Corporation will hold three meetings, via video conference, on Tuesday, Jan. 30, at NYPA’s White Plains administrative office building,123 Main Street, in the 16th floor board room:

  • 8:30 a.m.: The NYPA and Canal Corporation audit committee will hold a special meeting. Good and a former New York State parks commissioner
  • 8:45 a.m. (approximately): The NYPA and Canal Corporation cyber & physical security committee meeting.
  • 9:45 a.m. (approximately): The NYPA Board of Trustees and the Canal Corporation’s Board of Directors will hold its joint meeting.

In addition to NYPA’s administrative office in White Plains, the other participating sites for the meeting will be:

  • New York Power Authority, Clark Energy Center, 6520 Glass Factory Road, Marcy, NY 13403
  • First Choice Reporting & Video Services, 121 Orange Avenue, Suite 800, Orlando, FL 32801

Consistent with Section 104(4) of the open meetings law, the public has the right to attend the meetings at NYPA’s White Plains office building or the video conference locations.

The meetings can also be viewed by visiting the Power Authority’s website at www.nypa.gov and selecting “View” within the “Meetings and Webcasts: Watch Live” box near the center of the page.

Contact person for non-media inquiries: Karen Delince (914) 390-8085.

Contact person for media inquiries: Paul DeMichele (914) 390-8186

Contact person for reasonable accommodation requests: Nancy Harvey (914) 681-6242.


About the New York State Canal Corporation

New York’s canal system includes four historic canals: the Erie, Champlain, Oswego and Cayuga-Seneca. Spanning 524 miles, the waterway links the Hudson River with the Great Lakes, the Finger Lakes and Lake Champlain. The canals form the backbone of the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor and connect hundreds of unique and historic communities. In 2017, New York is celebrating the bicentennial of the start of the Erie Canal’s construction.

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