Cleaning Up City Waterways

, New York Law Journal

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In his Municipal Law column, Jeffrey D. Friedlander, first assistant corporation counsel of the City of New York, writes that the Law Department's Environmental Law Division, together with technical and legal staff from the DEP, the Mayor's Office of Environmental Remediation and outside counsel, are working to develop strategies to ensure that the CERCLA cleanups at Gowanus Canal and Newtown Creek will be protective of human health and the environment, cost-effective, and compliant with sound scientific and legal principles

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