About Ry Rivard

Ry covers water for the Explorer. Before coming to New York, he reported on water and energy for Voice of San Diego.
He can be reached at [email protected]

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  1. Boreas says

    At least now the terrible cost of unbridled salt use on our roads is being recognized by politicians. We’ll see if it gets stuck…

  2. Gregg says

    Brine should be used instead of Rock salt. It cuts use of salt by 75% and is more effective at lower temperatures. It requires capital investment to implement, but lowers material cost. There is no need to “study” this for 3 years. Politicians want to kick the can down the road…

  3. Jill says

    Why let the article end? I want to hear more on the Eric Siy’s push on fixing, not just cushioning another pocket of a ‘research’ firm. Tax money wasted. Cuomo ruining another thing he touches…

  4. Eric Greiner Greiner says

    The dot should not be dragged into court for cases of people not knowing how to drive responsely under icy conditions, could help moderate salt use.

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