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Director, Division of Legal Affairs
Albany, NY 12233-1500
Alison Crocker, DEC deputy ...
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Alison Crocker, DEC deputy counsel, sends an email with detailed summaries of regulatory revisions to Yvonne Hennessey, a partner at the West Firm, an Albany-based law firm that represents natural gas drilling companies Chesapeake and Anschutz Exploration Corp., based in Denver. (Anschutz has sued the New York town of Dryden to overturn its ban on natural gas drilling.) Copied on the email are DEC attorneys Carin Spreitzer, Jennifer Maglienti, Scott Crisafulli, and Sandra Garlick; and DEC General Counsel Steven Russo.
Drilling industry attorney West emails the DEC
's Maglienti, Russo and Crocker
, thanking Maglienti for the more detailed summary and saying that "we will also need to see a similar list of proposals from any other Divisions or Bureaus
in the DEC that will be proposing regulations.
Drilling industry attorney West emails the DEC's Russo, Crocker
and Maglienti, noting that "if they [the Division of Water] are going to propose additional regulatory requirements in the regulations, which seemed evident from the discussion on Monday, then we will need an outline of those requirements, similar to what Minerals [the Division of Minerals] has provided, to get you a meaningful analysis.
Drilling industry attorney West emails DEC General Counsel Russo, and the DEC's Maglienti and Crocker, writing "the sooner you can get us the draft General Permit, the better.
Drilling industry attorney West emails the DEC's Russo, Maglienti and Crocker, and copies Gerstman, DEC executive deputy commissioner, and West's partner Hennessey and the drilling association's Gill.
"Chesapeake Writes NY's Fracking ...
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"Chesapeake Writes NY's Fracking Regulations: "...These are copies of the correspondence between Chesapeake's lobbyist in New York, Tom West and the DEC's lawyers. ..Shown below is what the law was before Chesapeake re-wrote it, what Chesapeake proposed to Jack Dahl and Allison Crocker of the DEC, and what the final proposed law was.
In an Aug. 17 email with ...
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In an Aug. 17 email with the subject line "Summaries of Regulatory Revisions," DEC Deputy Counsel Allison Crocker wrote to Yvonne Hennessey, a partner in West's law firm who specializes in regulations.
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The first document is a copy of a letter sent on April 24, 2009 by Alison Crocker, the DEC's Deputy Commissioner and General Counsel, to the Regulating District's former Executive Director Glenn LaFave.
This was a cover letter transmitting DEC's
changes to the District's proposed new set of rules for access permit holders. (Environmental Conservation Law provides that the District's rules and regulations are not effective until "approved by" DEC.) Mr. Abramson highlighted the following comment by Ms. Crocker
: "...We are concerned about provisions which allow permittees to exclude the general public from this land."