McCoy Campaign Files More Than 9,000 Petition Signatures In Re-Election Bid

Campaign files more than four times the required amount for the Sept. 10 primary


ALBANY, N.Y. (July 9, 2015) – Daniel  P. McCoy, Democratic candidate for Albany County Executive, today submitted more than 9,000 petition signatures today for his re-election bid, quadrupling the required signatures needed for his campaign, as well as Sheriff Apple, Comptroller Conners, and county coroners who were also included on the county petition.

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County Executive Speaks Out on Request By Global Partners to Diminish Role of DEC in Permit Process

Albany County Executive Daniel P. McCoy today urged the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to issue a “positive declaration”  that the application submitted by Global Partners for a Title V permit modification to its facility at the Port of Albany will have a significant environmental impact. Last month the DEC rescinded the Negative Declaration and the Notice of Complete Application it previously issued on Global’s application in 2013. The positive declaration would require an Environmental Impact Statement be completed before the permit application is considered. 

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Join Team McCoy at the Annual Democratic Picnic this Saturday

The Annual Picnic of the Albany County Democratic Committee will be held on Saturday, July 11, 2015, 12 Noon to 5PM at Lanthier’s Grove, 4 Dunsbach Ferry Road, Cohoes, NY 12047 (on Route 9 approximately 2 miles north of the Latham Circle).

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Letter: McCoy Knows Dangers of Crude Oil Transports

From: Times Union

Albany County Executive Dan McCoy has made every effort to protect residents from crude oil trains. Being a former National Guardsman and firefighter, he knows something of incinerations. He has shown the possible catastrophic consequences of ignoring this threat at a recent meeting.

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County Executive 2015 State of the County Tour Schedule

Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy’s fourth “State of the County” tour gets underway next week. The tour provides an opportunity for the County Executive to talk directly with residents in area municipalities about issues that are impacting them and to provide a brief update on county initiatives.

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