Jan 10, 2005 — Governor Pataki says he wants to clean up the state's massive network of public corporations and authorities. But a north country agency that manages many of the region's dams and rivers is facing more turmoil. Two of the Hudson River Black River Regulating District's five boardmembers have quit. The move follows a scathing report that blasted the board for mismanagement and also for awarding themselves generous health benefits. Brian Mann has our story.