Ray Brook, NY, Dec 08, 2010 — Former Assemblyman and Conservation commissioner Peter Grannis is blasting the Paterson administration for what he describes as careless and hasty decisions to cut the DEC's staff. In a public radio interview this week, Grannis argued that Paterson's top aides didn't understand the DEC's complicated mission and were unwilling to look at alternatives to widespread layoffs. Martha Foley has our story.
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