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This is typical for NY State, however. All the development happens in NYC and the capital, Albany. Last year, there was an analysis that $1.5 billion had been invested by the state in Albany over the last decade, while $35 million had been invested in Buffalo. And just yesterday Cuomo announced they would be investing $4.5 billion in nanotechnology infrastructure in Albany again over the next decade.

Similarly, the legislature approved fracking for Western New York, but banned it in Central and Eastern New York, where most of the drinking water for NYC comes from.

by Upstate NY on Thu Sep 29th, 2011 at 03:13:05 PM EST
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