THE FIGHT CONTINUES!

There are a number of areas we continue to fight on the legal front. We have an ongoing Federal lawsuit pending and other initiatives we are pursuing and we continue to evaluate all available remedies. The MTS remains a very bad idea. It is monstrously expensive, it will endanger the public health and welfare of [&hellip

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How Thompson won Yorkville (and de Blasio lost it) | Capital New York

Last night, Yorkville residents thanked Bill Thompson for his position on a controversial waste transfer station by delivering him his largest geographical bloc in Manhattan. Every single election district bounded by the FDR Drive, Carl Schurz Park and First Avenue, in the ten-block span between 83rd and 93rd streets, went for Thompson, delivering him more [&hellip

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SaneTrash Response to NY Post Article Today

Here is the link to today’s New York Post article, on the impact on Upper East Side real estate prices.  However, real estate prices are not the focus for Residents for Sane Trash, Inc. (SaneTrash). The article makes NO mention of the fact that the garbage dump is in close proximity of public housing towers and right next [&hellip

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Construction Signs Spotted at Controversial UES Trash Station

January 27, 2013 3:43pm | By Victoria Bekiempis, DNAinfo Reporter/Producer YORKVILLE — Several weeks after a trailer appeared on the planned worksite of a controversial waste transfer station, new construction signs have been quietly added — further alarming neighbors who are concerned about the project. Some worry that the $240 million garbage depot on East 91st street poses a public health hazard — and [&hellip

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Mayor Bloomberg sued over proposed $554M waste transfer center on the UES

The controversial East 91st Street waste transfer station, which is expected to cost the city $554 million over 20 years, is facing yet another obstacle. The New York Observer reported that a group led by State Assemblyman Micah Kellner yesterday filed suit against Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the city Department of Sanitation and the state Department [&hellip

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