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Alison H. Crocker

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Director, Division of Legal Affai...

Phone: (518) ***-****  HQ Phone
Department of Environmental Conservation
625 Broadway
Albany , New York 12233
United States


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New Page 2, 3 Sept 2015 [cached]
Alison Crocker Director, Division of Legal Affairs 625 Broadway Albany, NY 12233-1500 Tel:518-402-9184 Fax:518-402-9189
BBAC - Batchellerville Bridge Action Committee, 16 May 2009 [cached]
In a letter to the regulating district, DEC Deputy Commissioner Alison H. Crocker wrote the permit system had important historical value, and that the system guards against requiring everyone who wants to get to the lake do so from a public boat launch or public beach. Because of that, it minimizes traffic at the public access points.
She wrote, though, that DEC officials are worried that the system enables permit holders to treat the state land as if it is their own, and she said it is a concern that permittees now have the capability to "exclude the general public from the land."
Alison H. ..., 26 Dec 2010 [cached]
Alison H. Crocker
Deputy Commissioner
and General Counsel
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BBAC - Batchellerville Bridge Action Committee, 15 May 2009 [cached]
In an April 24 letter to the regulating district, DEC Deputy Commissioner Alison Crocker acknowledged the long history of the permit system. Crocker wrote that completely eliminating the permit system could result in overwhelming the public boat launch sites on the lake.
"However, we are especially concerned about the legality of provisions in the regulations which allow permittees to use this land for activities that are unrelated to lake access and, in many ways, allow permittees to treat this land as if it is their own," Crocker wrote.
BBAC - Batchellerville Bridge Action Committee, 28 Feb 2011 [cached]
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."
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