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  1. Sign The Petition Below And Help Senator Chris Jacobs Protect Our Region’s Greatest Natural, Environmental, Recreational, And Economic And Quality Of Life Asset - Lake Erie! https://www.nysenate.gov/petitions/chris-jacobs/stop-placement-industrial-wind-turbines-lake-erie View the full article on STWA website
  2. Sign The Petition Below And Help Senator Chris Jacobs Protect Our Region’s Greatest Natural, Environmental, Recreational, And Economic And Quality Of Life Asset - Lake Erie! https://www.nysenate.gov/petitions/chris-jacobs/stop-placement-industrial-wind-turbines-lake-erie View the full article on STWA website
  3. Sunset Beach, Irving, NY, Oct. 26, 2019 RALLY TO DEFEND LAKE ERIE from 50 industrial wind turbines. Governor Cuomo's destructive energy policy has targeted Lake Erie from buffalo to the Pa border. Speaking were Chautauqua County Executive George Borrello, State Senator Chris Jacobs, Erie County legislators John Mills and Lynne Dixon; Mary Hosler, Supervisor, Evans, NY; Jeff Jondle, retired State Conservation Police Lieutenant; Mary Henson, Citizens Against Turbines in Lake Erie; Jim Hanley, Lake Erie Charters; Rich Davenport, Western NY Environmental Federation; Lynn Bedford, Arkwright Wind victim; Sharon Trembath, Lake Erie Coordinator for International Coastal Cleanup and Great Lakes Wind Truth.Fifty industrial wind turbines 6/10th of a mile apart will pollute the drinking water of 10 million people by uprooting the sediment containing hundreds of years of pollutants. Introducing thousands of tons of concrete and millions of tons of steel, rare earths, oil and lubricants will re-destroy the lake. Learn the Truth about Big Wind Here and the Dangers to our Water of Life! View the full article on STWA website
  4. Sunset Beach, Irving, NY, Oct. 26, 2019 RALLY TO DEFEND LAKE ERIE from 50 industrial wind turbines. Governor Cuomo's destructive energy policy has targeted Lake Erie from buffalo to the Pa border. Speaking were Chautauqua County Executive George Borrello, State Senator Chris Jacobs, Erie County legislators John Mills and Lynne Dixon; Mary Hosler, Supervisor, Evans, NY; Jeff Jondle, retired State Conservation Police Lieutenant; Mary Henson, Citizens Against Turbines in Lake Erie; Jim Hanley, Lake Erie Charters; Rich Davenport, Western NY Environmental Federation; Lynn Bedford, Arkwright Wind victim; Sharon Trembath, Lake Erie Coordinator for International Coastal Cleanup and Great Lakes Wind Truth.Fifty industrial wind turbines 6/10th of a mile apart will pollute the drinking water of 10 million people by uprooting the sediment containing hundreds of years of pollutants. Introducing thousands of tons of concrete and millions of tons of steel, rare earths, oil and lubricants will re-destroy the lake. Learn the Truth about Big Wind Here and the Dangers to our Water of Life! View the full article on STWA website
  5. Please attend and show your support for our fishery and our drinking water, say NO to Industrial Wind Turbines in our lake! The Energy & Environment Committee of the Erie County Legislature will be having a discussion on Thursday, September 19 at 1:30 pm regarding the installation of wind turbines in Lake Erie. This meeting has been confirmed. Legislator Mills and Legislator Dixon’s proposed resolution in opposition of wind turbines in Lake Erie can be found here. Please call 858-8850 if you have any questions. View the full article on STWA website
  6. Please attend and show your support for our fishery and our drinking water, say NO to Industrial Wind Turbines in our lake! The Energy & Environment Committee of the Erie County Legislature will be having a discussion on Thursday, September 19 at 1:30 pm regarding the installation of wind turbines in Lake Erie. This meeting has been confirmed. Legislator Mills and Legislator Dixon’s proposed resolution in opposition of wind turbines in Lake Erie can be found here. Please call 858-8850 if you have any questions. View the full article on STWA website
  7. Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York, Inc. 5895 Southwestern Boulevard, Hamburg, NY 14075 Tel.: 716.649.8202 Fax: 716.649.8237 For Media Inquiries Contact: Brian Plecas Tel.: 716.649.8202 Fax: 716.649.8237 [email protected] HAMBURG, N.Y., – July 1, 2019 – Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York Inc. (STWA) (www.southtownswalleye.org) held its milestone 35th Annual Walleye Derby from June 8th through June 16th 2019, on the waters of Lake Erie and the Upper Niagara River. With over $100,000 in cash and prizes at stake, over 905 anglers gathered from as far away as the states of Florida and Washington to take part in this nine day event to claim the top prize for the heaviest walleye caught. This annual contest is the largest amateur fishing derby on Lake Erie and begins the big summer event season for all anglers on the waterways. The Derby concluded with an awards ceremony that was held at the STWA Clubhouse on June 29th at 4pm with more than 250 people in attendance, prizes were awarded to the top 200 fish that were weighed in for this big fishing event. Top ten honors for the winners went to the adult and youth participants within each division as follows: Adult Winners 2019: 1st - Randy Jaroszewski – 12.39 lbs. 2nd - Dave Malloy – 11.77 lbs. 3rd - Mike Russell – 11.73 lbs. 4th - Justin Wekenmann – 11.59 lbs. 5th – Robert Nori – 11.51 lbs. 6th - Kyle Kokanovich – 11.40 lbs. 7th - David Kiernan – 11.31 lbs. 8th - Chris Gatehouse – 11.24 lbs. 9th - Richard Powenski – 11.20 lbs. 10th - Thomas Biskup – 11.13 lbs. Youth Winners 2019: 1st - Peyton Fletcher – 10.21 lbs. 2nd - Garrett Shcmitt – 9.40 lbs. 3rd - Sienna Jaroszewski – 9.04 lbs. 4th - Sean Kacmarski – 7.94 lbs. 5th - Ryan Ward – 7.81 lbs. 6th - Kadence Phillips – 7.73 lbs. 7th - Daniel Fried – 7.35 lbs. 8th - Raf Greene – 7.29 lbs. 9th - Timothy Hughes – 7.08 lbs. 10th - Kaiden Dissette - 6.86 lbs. Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving fishing opportunities in the region for all individuals. With a clear focus on kids, community, conservation and philanthropy, our various programs support these pillars for a strong future generation of outdoorsmen and women and our fishery. To learn more about the club, please visit us at www.southtownswalleye.org or stop by our facility located at 5895 Southwestern Boulevard, Hamburg, NY 14075, Tel.: 716.649.8202, Fax: 716.649.8237, meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 7:30pm and are open to the public. View the full article on STWA website
  8. Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York, Inc. 5895 Southwestern Boulevard, Hamburg, NY 14075 Tel.: 716.649.8202 Fax: 716.649.8237 For Media Inquiries Contact: Brian Plecas Tel.: 716.649.8202 Fax: 716.649.8237 [email protected] HAMBURG, N.Y., – July 1, 2019 – Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York Inc. (STWA) (www.southtownswalleye.org) held its milestone 35th Annual Walleye Derby from June 8th through June 16th 2019, on the waters of Lake Erie and the Upper Niagara River. With over $100,000 in cash and prizes at stake, over 905 anglers gathered from as far away as the states of Florida and Washington to take part in this nine day event to claim the top prize for the heaviest walleye caught. This annual contest is the largest amateur fishing derby on Lake Erie and begins the big summer event season for all anglers on the waterways. The Derby concluded with an awards ceremony that was held at the STWA Clubhouse on June 29th at 4pm with more than 250 people in attendance, prizes were awarded to the top 200 fish that were weighed in for this big fishing event. Top ten honors for the winners went to the adult and youth participants within each division as follows: Adult Winners 2019: 1st - Randy Jaroszewski – 12.39 lbs. 2nd - Dave Malloy – 11.77 lbs. 3rd - Mike Russell – 11.73 lbs. 4th - Justin Wekenmann – 11.59 lbs. 5th – Robert Nori – 11.51 lbs. 6th - Kyle Kokanovich – 11.40 lbs. 7th - David Kiernan – 11.31 lbs. 8th - Chris Gatehouse – 11.24 lbs. 9th - Richard Powenski – 11.20 lbs. 10th - Thomas Biskup – 11.13 lbs. Youth Winners 2019: 1st - Peyton Fletcher – 10.21 lbs. 2nd - Garrett Shcmitt – 9.40 lbs. 3rd - Sienna Jaroszewski – 9.04 lbs. 4th - Sean Kacmarski – 7.94 lbs. 5th - Ryan Ward – 7.81 lbs. 6th - Kadence Phillips – 7.73 lbs. 7th - Daniel Fried – 7.35 lbs. 8th - Raf Greene – 7.29 lbs. 9th - Timothy Hughes – 7.08 lbs. 10th - Kaiden Dissette - 6.86 lbs. Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving fishing opportunities in the region for all individuals. With a clear focus on kids, community, conservation and philanthropy, our various programs support these pillars for a strong future generation of outdoorsmen and women and our fishery. To learn more about the club, please visit us at www.southtownswalleye.org or stop by our facility located at 5895 Southwestern Boulevard, Hamburg, NY 14075, Tel.: 716.649.8202, Fax: 716.649.8237, meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 7:30pm and are open to the public. View the full article on STWA website
  9. Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York, Inc. 5895 Southwestern Boulevard, Hamburg, NY 14075 Tel.: 716.649.8202 Fax: 716.649.8237 For Media Inquiries Contact: Brian Plecas Tel.: 716.649.8202 Fax: 716.649.8237 [email protected] HAMBURG, N.Y., – July 1, 2019 – Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York Inc. (STWA) (www.southtownswalleye.org) held its milestone 35th Annual Walleye Derby from June 8th through June 16th 2019, on the waters of Lake Erie and the Upper Niagara River. With over $100,000 in cash and prizes at stake, over 905 anglers gathered from as far away as the states of Florida and Washington to take part in this nine day event to claim the top prize for the heaviest walleye caught. This annual contest is the largest amateur fishing derby on Lake Erie and begins the big summer event season for all anglers on the waterways. The Derby concluded with an awards ceremony that was held at the STWA Clubhouse on June 29th at 4pm with more than 250 people in attendance, prizes were awarded to the top 200 fish that were weighed in for this big fishing event. Top ten honors for the winners went to the adult and youth participants within each division as follows: Adult Winners 2019: 1st - Randy Jaroszewski – 12.39 lbs. 2nd - Dave Malloy – 11.77 lbs. 3rd - Mike Russell – 11.73 lbs. 4th - Justin Wekenmann – 11.59 lbs. 5th – Robert Nori – 11.51 lbs. 6th - Kyle Kokanovich – 11.40 lbs. 7th - David Kiernan – 11.31 lbs. 8th - Chris Gatehouse – 11.24 lbs. 9th - Richard Powenski – 11.20 lbs. 10th - Thomas Biskup – 11.13 lbs. Youth Winners 2019: 1st - Peyton Fletcher – 10.21 lbs. 2nd - Garrett Shcmitt – 9.40 lbs. 3rd - Sienna Jaroszewski – 9.04 lbs. 4th - Sean Kacmarski – 7.94 lbs. 5th - Ryan Ward – 7.81 lbs. 6th - Kadence Phillips – 7.73 lbs. 7th - Daniel Fried – 7.35 lbs. 8th - Raf Greene – 7.29 lbs. 9th - Timothy Hughes – 7.08 lbs. 10th - Kaiden Dissette - 6.86 lbs. Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving fishing opportunities in the region for all individuals. With a clear focus on kids, community, conservation and philanthropy, our various programs support these pillars for a strong future generation of outdoorsmen and women and our fishery. To learn more about the club, please visit us at www.southtownswalleye.org or stop by our facility located at 5895 Southwestern Boulevard, Hamburg, NY 14075, Tel.: 716.649.8202, Fax: 716.649.8237, meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 7:30pm and are open to the public. View the full article on STWA website
  10. Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York, Inc. 5895 Southwestern Boulevard, Hamburg, NY 14075 Tel.: 716.649.8202 Fax: 716.649.8237 For Media Inquiries Contact: Brian Plecas Tel.: 716.649.8202 Fax: 716.649.8237 [email protected] HAMBURG, N.Y., – July 1, 2019 – Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York Inc. (STWA) (www.southtownswalleye.org) held its milestone 35th Annual Walleye Derby from June 8th through June 16th 2019, on the waters of Lake Erie and the Upper Niagara River. With over $100,000 in cash and prizes at stake, over 905 anglers gathered from as far away as the states of Florida and Washington to take part in this nine day event to claim the top prize for the heaviest walleye caught. This annual contest is the largest amateur fishing derby on Lake Erie and begins the big summer event season for all anglers on the waterways. The Derby concluded with an awards ceremony that was held at the STWA Clubhouse on June 29th at 4pm with more than 250 people in attendance, prizes were awarded to the top 200 fish that were weighed in for this big fishing event. Top ten honors for the winners went to the adult and youth participants within each division as follows: Adult Winners 2019: 1st - Randy Jaroszewski – 12.39 lbs. 2nd - Dave Malloy – 11.77 lbs. 3rd - Mike Russell – 11.73 lbs. 4th - Justin Wekenmann – 11.59 lbs. 5th – Robert Nori – 11.51 lbs. 6th - Kyle Kokanovich – 11.40 lbs. 7th - David Kiernan – 11.31 lbs. 8th - Chris Gatehouse – 11.24 lbs. 9th - Richard Powenski – 11.20 lbs. 10th - Thomas Biskup – 11.13 lbs. Youth Winners 2019: 1st - Peyton Fletcher – 10.21 lbs. 2nd - Garrett Shcmitt – 9.40 lbs. 3rd - Sienna Jaroszewski – 9.04 lbs. 4th - Sean Kacmarski – 7.94 lbs. 5th - Ryan Ward – 7.81 lbs. 6th - Kadence Phillips – 7.73 lbs. 7th - Daniel Fried – 7.35 lbs. 8th - Raf Greene – 7.29 lbs. 9th - Timothy Hughes – 7.08 lbs. 10th - Kaiden Dissette - 6.86 lbs. Southtowns Walleye Association of Western New York, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving fishing opportunities in the region for all individuals. With a clear focus on kids, community, conservation and philanthropy, our various programs support these pillars for a strong future generation of outdoorsmen and women and our fishery. To learn more about the club, please visit us at www.southtownswalleye.org or stop by our facility located at 5895 Southwestern Boulevard, Hamburg, NY 14075, Tel.: 716.649.8202, Fax: 716.649.8237, meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 7:30pm and are open to the public. View the full article on STWA website
  11. Read the Full Story Here: https://www.wind-watch.org/news/category/locations/americas/us/new-york/ View the full article on STWA website
  12. Read the Full Story Here: https://www.wind-watch.org/news/category/locations/americas/us/new-york/ View the full article on STWA website
  13. Read the full story here: https://www.wind-watch.org/news/2019/06/25/how-an-eagles-nest-shows-the-challenges-of-new-yorks-climate-plan/ View the full article on STWA website
  14. Read the full story here: https://www.wind-watch.org/news/2019/06/25/the-climate-bill-will-further-harm-the-upstate-economy/ View the full article on STWA website
  15. Read the full story here: https://www.wind-watch.org/news/2018/08/22/ny-exposed-cuomo-critics-say-rochester-upstate-will-bear-burden-for-l-i-n-y-c-wind-power/ View the full article on STWA website
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