We haven’t heard much lately about the state’s progress when it comes to its review of hydraulic fracturing for natural gas, but a handful of newsy tidbits have been making the rounds in recent days.

Here’s a few:

  • —Howard Glaser, director of state operations for Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was asked in a radio interview today about the Department of Environmental Conservation’s progress when it comes to making a decision on whether to allow high-volume hydrofracking. The agency has been reviewing the technique for much of the past four years, and its final report is expected later this year.

The short story? There’s still some work to do in reviewing the 60,000+ comments the DEC received on its draft review.
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