More than six weeks after declaring an environmental emergency in the upstate village of Hoosick Falls, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo made his first visit Sunday, announcing that a new filter system had successfully cleared a toxic chemical known as PFOA from the municipal water supply. Cuomo is joined by New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan and Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin in urging the EPA to issue PFOA guidelines for safe drinking water.READ MORE ►
Cuomo: Pollutant gone from water in Hoosick Falls, N.Y.