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New York State Assemblyman Maurice D. Hinchey Legislative Files

Held by the New York State Archives


Overview of the Records

Repository:

New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
This series contains records of Maurice D. Hinchey as representative for the 101st New York State Assembly district. Records pertain primarily to environmental issues in Hinchey's own district, but since this focus draws in expansive geographic features such as the Hudson Valley, rivers, mountain ranges, and watershed areas, coverage also includes neighboring downstate counties and New York City.
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Quantity:
7.5 cubic feet
Inclusive Dates:
approximately 1975-1993
Series Number:
L0261

Arrangement

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Scope and Content Note

This series contains records of Maurice D. Hinchey as representative for the 101st New York State Assembly district. The records principally cover environmental issues in the 101st assembly district. However, since the focus is on expansive geographic features such as the Hudson Valley, rivers, mountain ranges, and watershed areas, broad coverage includes neighboring downstate counties and New York City. The records include reports on the Catskills and the creation of the Hudson Valley Greenway. Topics covered include water quality and contracts for solid waste management. There are also photographs from political and constituency events.

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