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April 2005 SLC Decision by DOS The Coastal Consistency determination issued for the New York State Department of State Division of Coastal Resources by Secretary of State Randy Daniels on April 19th, 2005, which put a final stop to the St. Lawrence Cement proposal for Hudson and Greenport.

March 2005 Comments on Coastal Policies Comments filed jointly by attorneys for Friends of Hudson and the Hudson Valley Preservation Coalition to the New York State Department of State?s Division of Coastal Resources, regarding the applicability of the State?s Coastal Policies to the St. Lawrence Cement Greenport proposal.

2003 Comments to Army Corps Comments submitted to the U.S. Army Corps regarding the St. Lawrence Cement proposal in April 2003 by Young, Sommer..LLC, legal consultants to Friends of Hudson.

March 2nd 2002 Reply to SLC Appeals Submitted by Young Sommer..LLC to NYS DEC Commissioner Erin Crotty in response to a lengthy appeal by St. Lawrence Cement of the ALJs' ruling

December 10th 2001 Issues Ruling Decision by judges Helene Goldberger and Maria Villa granting Friends of Hudson party status and identifying issues which need to go to trial.

July 2nd 2001 Comments (Part I & II) Submitted by Young, Sommer..LLC on behalf of Friends of Hudson to NYS DEC Administrative Law Judges as part of the State Environmental Quality Review of the Greenport proposal.

July 11th 2001 Petition for Party Status Submitted by Young Sommer..LLC to NYS DEC Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) as part of the State Environmental Quality Review.

June 20, 2001 DEC Public Hearing Comments made at Columbia-Greene Community College before Administrative Law Judges Helene Goldberger and Maria Villa