On December 3, the Assembly Transportation Committee will hold a public hearing in Albany on the state Department of Transportation’s two-year capital program.
On December 4, the Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee and the Assembly Subcommittee on Infrastructure will hold a public hearing in Manhattan to evaluate natural gas safety efforts by utilities.
On December 7, the Assembly Environmental Conservation Committee and Climate Change Work Group will hold a round table “to examine the ecological and societal implications of New York’s changing climate.”
On December 8, the Rochester Business Alliance holds a free business cyber security seminar that is aimed at educating businesses and consumers about improving security through lessons learned and best practices.
Also on December 8, the Assembly committees on Racing and Wagering and Consumer Affairs and Protection, along with the Legislative Commission on Administrative Regulations Review are holding a public hearing in Albany “to examine daily fantasy sports games in New York State and their impact on New York consumers and the State.”
The Regional Economic Development awards and the Upstate Revitalization Initiative awards will be announced on Thursday, December 10.
The Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) holds its next meeting on December 15.
The 2016 Legislative session will commence on Wednesday, January 6, 2016.
On January 7, 2016, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership holds its 2016 Advocacy Agenda Rollout & Public Officials reception.