How Sheridan Hollow Could Benefit From The Climate Change Superfund Act

The Sheridan Hollow neighborhood is one of the disadvantaged communities that could receive millions from the proposed Climate Change Superfund Act. In a Spectrum News video, Susan Arbetter interviews SHARE co-chair Merton Simpson about the cleanup needed for the toxic legacy of the ANSWERS incinerator plant, which operated in the neighborhood from 1981 to 1994:

Susan Arbetter, Spectrum News, Report: Disadvantaged communities could see millions from proposed Climate Change Superfund Act.

Unfortunately, the bill was not included in the just-passed state budget, but SHARE and other environmental organizations will keep pushing for its passage in the legislature and signature by Governor Hochul.