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Economic Development Power Allocation Board to Meet June 26

Michael Saltzman
914 390-8181

June 24, 2009


WHITE PLAINS—The New York State Economic Development Power Allocation Board will hold a meeting at 1 p.m. on Friday, June 26, at various videoconference locations. 

Consistent with Section 104(4) of the Open Meetings Law, the public has the right to attend the meeting at any of the participating locations shown below: 

                                    Empire State Development , 95 Perry street, Suite 500, Buffalo, N.Y.
                                    Contact person for non-media inquiries: Karen Mahoney  (716) 846-8250

                                    New York Power Authority, 123 Main Street, 16th Floor, Executive Conf. Rm, White Plains, N.Y.
                                    Contact person for non-media inquiries: Angela Graves (914) 287-3092

                                    New York Power Authority, 30 South Pearl Street, 10th Floor, Albany, N.Y.
                                    Contact person for non-media inquiries: Mary Jean Frank (518) 433-6730

                                    St. Lawrence-FDR Power Project, 830 Barnhart Island Road, Massena, N.Y.
                                    Contact person for non-media inquiries: Pat Sharlow (315) 764-0226, extension 431 

The meeting can also be viewed via the Internet by visiting the Power Authority’s website at and clicking on “Meetings and Webcasts,” near the center of the page, and then another hyperlink entitled “Watch Live.”

 All media inquiries regarding the meeting should be directed to Michael Saltzman at (914) 390-8181.

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