The Senate and Assembly are in Albany Wednesday and Thursday this week. There are just 9 session days remaining in the 2016 legislative session.
The Temporary Commission to Review State’s Business Climate, which was announced by the Governor and the legislative leaders in April, is expected to make its recommendations by June 3.
The state Board of Regents holds its next meeting on June 13 and 14.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) holds its next meeting on June 15.
The 2016 state legislative session is scheduled to end on June 16.
The state’s Congressional primary will be held on June 28.
On June 28, the North Country Chamber of Commerce is holding an event titled “How the 2016 Legislative Session Will Affect Your Business.”
The state Board of Elections holds its next meeting on June 30.