New York's Kensico and West Branch Reservoirs Confront Intensified Development
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Eric A. Goldstein
The authors gratefully acknowledge the following foundations for their steadfast support of NRDC's New York Urban Program and its efforts to help protect the New York region's drinking water supply:
The Clark Foundation
Henry Philip Kraft Family Memorial Fund of The New York Community Trust
Helena Rubinstein Foundation
Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Inc.
Edith C. Blum Foundation, Inc.
The Henry & Lucy Moses Fund, Inc.
The New York Times Company Foundation, Inc.
The Overbrook Foundation
The Starr Foundation
We also extend a hearty thank you to NRDC's 400,000 members, without whom this report and our other wide-ranging urban activities would not be possible.
We thank our NRDC colleagues for their cooperation in helping to shape and produce this report. Mark Izeman, our partner on New York drinking water issues, provided indispensable advice and excellent editing. Jennifer Burns Kessler, Ryan Southard and Peggy Alevrontas handled the word processing and production details with skill. La-Verne Parris and Sharene Azimi, under the watchful eye of Alan Metrick, were of great help with design and media outreach. Finally, we deeply appreciate the help of others outside of NRDC who provided thoughtful and constructive suggestions on the drafts they kindly reviewed.
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